Saturday, February 26, 2011
We have a good amount of 2010 road bikes left over from last season. We are offering super low closeout prices and as of today we will throw in a FREE pair of Shimano R087's Shoes and Shimano R540's pedals when you buy any of our closeout Madone's or Cervelo's. Below are the models and sizes that we have left. All bikes are at our 27th and Vine location. Call with any additional questions.
|*Free Shoes and Pedals with purchase|
|Trek||P1 Madone 5.2||58||Black/Blue||$3,800||$3,255||2009|
|Trek||P1 Madone 5.2||54||Green||$3,800||$2,999||2010|
|Trek||P1 Madone 5.2||56||Black||$3,800||$3,256||2009|
|Trek||P1 Madone 5.2 Rival||56||Matte White||$3,800||$2,700||2010|
|Trek Demo||P1 Madone 5.2 Force||54||Green||$3,800||$2,999||2010|
|Trek||P1 Madone 5.2||58||Red||$3,800||$2,999||2010|
Friday, February 25, 2011
Thursday, February 24, 2011
The North American Handmade Bicycle Show is this weekend in Austin, Texas. Custom builders from all over come to display their work. Below is a sneak peak at what Independent Fabrication will be displaying at the show.
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Saturday, February 19, 2011
|Quality packaging room|
|Quality bike parts|
|Surly Karate Monkey w/Pugsley front wheel|
|Surly Troll w/ Surly Trailer|
|All City lineup|
|New NiteRider lights|
|Super sweet rack!|
|New Brooks colors|
|New design for Yakima trunk rack|
|Carbon CHUB Hub|
|Wall of Chris King|
Thursday, February 17, 2011
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Forwarding on an email I received today about the road work that is planned for Hwy 77 in the future...
At a recent meeting I was approached by a cyclist who was frustrated with the chip seal treatment of the paved shoulder on Hwy 77 from the Hwy 33 overpass south to Cortland. He recommended that concerned cyclists write to David Schoenmaker the recently appointed State Bicycle Coordinator. firstname.lastname@example.org
I am forwarding a letter I sent and am asking that you consider sending a letter of similar intent to David to make our feelings known.
I would expect that the State will continue to use chip seal on roadways and shoulders unless they hear many complaints since it is a relatively inexpensive method to to extend the life of the roadway before more expensive repairs. My personal opinion is that it is not effective on shoulders and adds an element of danger to the cyclist.
Please take a few minutes to write and also to forward this request to other cyclists you know.
We need to let the NDOR know we are out there.