It’s time for an upgrade

May 17, 2018 Posted by Buyers Guide Events, Featured Posts, New Products 0 thoughts on “It’s time for an upgrade”

Are you thinking that is time to retire your current bike? Maybe you want to try disc brakes, electronic shifting, or custom titanium. We love to help riders get to their dream bike. Sometimes it is much more affordable than you think. We sell Parlee, Mosaic, Bianchi, and Scott. All of these brands have high end offerings from race bikes to endurance and gravel bikes. We are here to help you decide the best fit and where to spend your money where to not waste it.


Mosaic makes custom titanium and steel frames. If you can dream it, they can build and paint it. We include a full fit session at the beginning of the purchase process to insure proper fit. These bikes are simply amazing.


The Parlee Altum Disc is available in stock and custom builds, including custom paint. Every frame size has three different head tube heights, allowing us to give you a custom fit, with out you having to paying a custom price. The stock paint and build kit bikes start at $4000. Custom kits and paint start at $4800. The Altum is really a value when you think about it. Smooth, fast, and comfortable.

The Bianchi Oltre XR 3 CV is available in either disc or rim brake builds. This is one fast bike and the Counter Vail substructure absorbs up to 75% more road vibration than a standard carbon fiber frame. Starting at $3800.

The Scott Addict 10 Disc is a great upgrade over your first alloy bike. The carbon fiber frame will soak up the road chatter and be much stiffer for climbing hills. The Ultgera 8000 shifters are amazing and the disc brakes are predictable and allow for 32mm tires. $2800


The Parlee Chebacco is made for long days in the saddle that include mixed roads. It will clear up to a 45mm tire, so go ahead and sign up for Dirty Kanza. The Chebacco is available with all the same stock and custom features as the Altum.There is even a flat bar version. Starting at $4000

The Bianchi Aria is one fast bike. Available with 105 or Ultegra in rim and disc brake options. Buy the Aria if you love fast punchy rides or want to do triathlons without riding a tri bike. Starting at $2600







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