September 12, 2014


It was windy and I got lazy.  When you’re more excited to ride the bike than shoot a photo of it, a partner is the best stand.  I don’t know many details on this one off the top of my head.  Bontrager had a nice quiver of basic hardtails.  This privateer is unique and pretty clean.

September 10, 2014

…at least on a large scale production level.  Hailing from legendary frame (dare I say capital) building hub – Cambridge Mass – Merlin set the standard for awhile.   9-speed Shimano, carbon fork and a frame that will last longer than you.  Check out that headtube badge–rad!

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September 9, 2014

I pulled this one from the archives.  It left a couple weeks back (hope someone is loving it!) but it’s worth having record of.  I’m not even sure of the model but it was essentially a go all day rando rider.  If this interests you, hit us up.  We would be happy to make another one (or something similar) happen again.  We are entering prime bike camping weather!

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September 8, 2014


You are looking at a very clean Co Motion Espresso.  Made in Eugene, Oregon, this Reynolds 853 road is a great all-arounder.  73 degree head and seat tube angles mated to 41c stays makes this a good do it all road bike.  Co Motions look best in green.  This one is no exception.


August 26, 2014

Nashville Scene’s ‘Best of’ Awards are coming up! 

We (the entire Halcyon Family) work so dang hard around here and we will continue to strive to be a communal space for progressive living. 
Please take five minutes and cast your vote for us here. You’ll need to sign in or quickly register. We’re on the second page under “Home, Goods and Services”. Please vote for your other hard working Nashville favorites too! Voting ends September 5th. 
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