Peak Bike Order Season is Coming:

My busiest time is just around the corner. As you can imagine, most people ording bikes want them by the early spring. My current leadtime is 14-15 weeks and things are not slowing down here. That puts deliver around early March.

Some really great bikes have been leaving the shop. ┬áHere’s a look at a few of them.

Reed’s Allroad is also going to California. It features a double butted Reynolds tubeset, three color liquid paint by Keith Anderson, and a painted to match Seven long reach carbon fork. The bike is built with 2015 Campy Chorus with a pressfit 30 crank and ceramic bearings. Challenge paris roubaix tires are mounted onto a pair of King R45/Enve 25 wheels. A carbon Ritchey handlebar, 3T stem, and one of my titanium seatposts tops it all off.

Steve’s trail 29er is headed out to California. Sram XX1, a Rockshox 120mm Pike, KS Lev dropper, 785mm carbon bar/40mm stem insure this thing will rip.

Ted’s bike is on the way to Massachusetts.

This is going to be a fun bike to ride! It’s a 27.5″ full suspension with 155mm of travel out back and a 160mm Rockshox Pike up front. Sram XX1 and RaceFace Next cranks turn a set of Enve M60 wheels with Schwable Magic Mary and Hans Dampf┬átires. A set of Hope X2’s brakes with Shimano Freeza 203mm/180mm rotors put the clamp on when you really get cooking. a slack head angle and long front center boost confidence, but the 428mm chainstays make it easy to maneuver. The bike came in at 27lbs 6oz with a bottle cage and XTR pedals.

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