June 26, 2015
Get out and support a more pedestrian friendly Nashville. Mayor Karl Dean and Walk Bike Nashville are hosting Open Streets Nashville tomorrow from 11a-2p on 11th Ave. in The Gulch. This is an awesome event that will have streets completely closed and open to pedestrian, bicycle and alternative means of transportation. Swing out, bring your friends/family and have some good fun! For more information click here.
June 18, 2015
Nashville Art Collective, Creek will be revealing their newest project located on our community bench east wall tomorrow night starting at 7p. All are welcome!
June 11, 2015
We see a lot of old stuff. Some worn. Some worn out. Some times just down right awesome and rare. These Ambrosio rims fit the latter. The ‘Olimpic Champion’ was a 36 hole alloy box section tubular rim that utilized a nearly 20.5 mm rim bed. I cannot be certain but I would gander to say these were ahead of their time at a scant 335g.
I don’t recall what bike these were on or the hub they were laced to. I don’t even recall taking this photo. Here’s to the old, worn and worn out. #tbt!
June 8, 2015
We often get asked how we come across the various used bikes we have for sale. How often we get them. How they take their final form. It would be false to say that there is a formula or algorithm that guides the process. Each of our used bikes comes through our doors and the end result is a one-off ride.
As we have grown over the years we’ve added a handful of new bike brands in All City, Breezer and Surly to guarantee an inventory that reflects what our customers want to see. That being said, our foundation and what sets us apart is a constantly evolving array of bikes that are repurposed and purpose-built.
To answer the aforementioned questions we will be showing off some of the more unique rides that are moving in and out the doors this year. The first half of 2015 has been excellent and for that, we thank you Nashville. We want to continue to be your bike shop of choice and be a piece in the puzzle to further the progress of the cycling community here in Nashville.