Wednesday, November 25, 2009

OMG! It's Meghan!

It has been too damn long since we have seen you! While Meghan is becoming the next Warhol at RISD, we miss her energy and excitement.

Monday, November 23, 2009

All City Big Block!

We just received our first All City Big Block Frame! The frames are due in two weeks but Jeff showed us some love and got us a sample frame early. The complete bikes will be here in about a month.
Frame sets $499.
Complete Bikes $899.

Linus Bicycles Arriving Next Week!

We are very excited to announce that we are receiving an early shipment of Linus Bicycles next week. The initial order is not expected until march, but they opened up some current inventory so that we can get them to you in time for the holiday season.
-The Dutchi 1speed step through model is $399.
-The Roadster Classic 1speed is $389.

Friday, November 20, 2009

Holdfast straps are in! $57/pr

"Hand made in Brooklyn, Hold Fast FRS offer superior comfort and adjustability no matter what type of shoe you ride in. Whether you are a die-hard fixed gear rider seeking a long lasting alternative to toe-clips, a hardcore bicycle polo player who wants a more protective toe strap, a trick rider seeking greater confidence, a single-track MTB rider who wants to stay connected on drops and switchbacks, or a commuter seeking maximum adjustability and comfort...these are the straps for you."

New Palmy Alloy Locks from Japan!

New Low security alloy U Locks from Japan. They might not be the solution for everyday use, but as a light weight second lock to secure your new wheels or just stopping to get some coffee they are just the ticket. Now in stock for $35.

Chamois Cream (for your ass)

Just in, some fancy new chamois cream. It is all natural, made with soy and tea tree oil and $15 for a 6 oz. tin. Comes in original or cool mint. What a great stocking stuffer.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Check out my new Profile Fixed Gear Coaster Brake Hub!

(c) Brakes: Every pedalcycle shall be equipped with a braking system which will stop the pedalcycle in 15 feet from an initial speed of 15 miles per hour on a dry, level, and clean pavement.

Elk did it again!

Another Broken Ti IF, couresy of Mark Elsasser!

Is this thing on?

Testing out the shops new blog. That there is a photo wojo took. Thanks wojo! We will try to actually have some useful info on this soon.