July 19, 2015
Dave brought in his klunker for some work. This bike embodies the spirit of Halcyon and is a reminder that at the end of the day riding a bike should be fun. For those interested it’s an old KHS Montana Forest similar to the Montana Trail I posted a week or two ago. It has 26×2.1 (isn) Nevegals and is set up single speed with a coaster brake. I love a flat bar with levers to mess things up! This has me thinking a Nashville klunker ride is in order…
July 18, 2015
For this build we took an older Nishiki sport road frame, not exactly a race geometry but more of an endurance geometry road frame, and built it up with a riser bar 1×8 speed drivetrain and 700×32 tires to create a quick and nimble city jammer that is fast, fun and perfectly suited to commutes, pleasure or a combination thereof. The Pasela PT is a crowd favorite tire over here at the shop. A tan walled tire can class up any steed and the Paselas have the knack for being pretty resilient over graveled roads and pitted city streets alike. If your eye is sharp you might have noticed the Campy Record hubs on the wheels as well. This one is unique, fun and ultra practical. Stop in the shop between rides to check it out. Enjoy your weekend!
July 16, 2015
The Surly Pugsley is a pretty rad bike. This is the bike that started the fat bike craze (though not the original fat bike) many moons ago. We brought this particular one in for a customer, so sadly it is no longer in stock. That being said, being a Surly dealer, it is one we can replace quickly. Take a peak: