We are loving All-City over there at the shop. Their bikes are smart, spec'd well, look sharp, and ride great. The Spacehorse was our introduction to this evolving brand and the feedback on the ride quality and comfort has been outstanding. Now we are happy to stock their cross bikes. Check out the Macho Man:
If you follow mountain biking you are probably sick of the wheel size debate. Well, on Tuesday June 25th, Jamis will be swinging through with a sampling of their 29er and 650b rigs so that you can get off the internet forums and on the trails to see what you think. Jamis has been leading the drive to make 650B (aka 27.5") feel at home in the bike industry and their bikes reflect that commitment. So, come on by between 3pm-7pm and take a spin on some of our favorite local trails with us.
29+ looks like it belongs on a 2013 Mukluk. What a great way to get even more versatility out of a fat bike.
Bike broke down in the downtown Burlington area? Instead of dragging your bike down N. Winooski ave call on our Wrecker!
Im excited to see these live and in 3D. The tires are massive, not fat bike massive, but awesome massive.
The tread pattern has a really cool Moto-inspired look, and I'm sure they will hook up perfectly with the rooty, rocky trails we call home here in the northeast.
From the 1860s until the First World War is a time period historians refer to as The Fin De Siecle, which is French for, The End of the Century. Sure, it sounds like a glossed up academic term to describe, a normal change from one century to the next. But, this period was extra special, and I think deserves to be referred to in somewhat glossy terms. In Europe at this time the world changed dramatically. The Second Industrial Revolution was in full swing and this can be seen as the context for revolutions in economic, social, and gender relationships.