We acquired this Kink Gap bmx bike. I think it’s a looker…
I thought I’d consolidate a few bikes into one post. We stock just about every type of bike you can think of and at the moment we have some pretty nice mountain bikes in stock. The Redline Monocog is a really great bike and what got me started riding dirt. I still wish I hadn’t let that one go but it resides with a close friend who gives it its share of attention.
We recently acquired the Redline D610 that is great for the person wanting a similar bike in a geared platform. We took this one and made it a 1×9 with a 32t ring up front. I’m a big believer in the one-by setup for geared mountain bikes. With a wide cassette and an appropriate front ring you get a light and very capable bike that’s great for all around riding or racing. The advent of clutched derailleurs make it even more compelling. In the absence of a clutch we opted for a bash guard and chain keeper setup up front.
The Specialized rounds it out. It is an XL frame and would make a great bike to get into the world of SS MTB.
Love ’em or hate ’em, those Salsa frames from the 90’s and early 2000’s are pretty iconic. This Campeon fits the bill; scandium frame with carbon fiber seat stays.