custom wheel building

Do your bicycle wheels resemble that of a wagon from the pioneer days? Let us lace up a new rim to your current hub or hand build the custom wheel set of your dreams. Our shop has built hundreds of wheels that have seen everything from thousands of miles on the road to drop ins… Read more »

100% Brisker gloves

Winter is always a hard time to stay on the bike. I love mountain biking but hate riding with bulky gloves that don’t allow you to feel your grips. The 1oo% brisker glove has been the answer I’ve been looking for. A thick leather palm lets you maintain control on the bike while a softshell… Read more »

Surly Disc Trucker

Surly’s Long Haul Trucker is truly a do-it-all bike. Whether it be nasty commutes to work, weekend joyrides, or a trip across the United States, you can rest assured you will be comfortable and have the compatibility of carrying almost anything you may need. A steel frame provides a relaxed ride over the roughest roads… Read more »

Deity Bladrunner

I’ve been using Deity’s bladerunner pedal for a while now and I can say it has passed the test! A super thin 11mm profile at the exterior edges to avoid contact with rocks ect. The bladerunner features a heat treated Cr-Mo Spindle that is compatible with a standard 15mm wrench or 8mm allen. Multiple micro… Read more »

Scott scale 720 plus

The all NEW SCOTT Scale 720 Plus incorporates the new plus size tire standard to deliver an incredibly grippy, comfortable and confidence inspiring ride. The 720 Plus opens new frontiers on every trail, all at an affordable price point. Here’s all the details about the new option for mountain biking. Better yet, swing by the… Read more »

Industry Nine Enduro 305 wheelset

Check out this sweet color combo! By now, you’re surely familiar with I9 wheels. You’ve either heard riders bragging about them at a trailhead or heard their signature sound in the woods. Here we have their new Enduro 305 wheelset offering, designed for riders who really push their bike and need something incredibly strong. 120… Read more »

Gunnar roadie w/ Di2 electronic shifting!

Patience… Some people name their bike, this one should definitely be named Patience. I heard about the idea of this bike a year or so before we built it, I love talking custom bikes. Sometimes customers tell me about their dream build and the next thing you know we are taking a deposit followed with… Read more »


Game changer, Sram’s etap group makes all other road groups look like a flip phone compared to an iphone.  My prior experiences with other electronic groups left me underwhelmed, the lack of tactile feedback especially in the winter was a deal breaker. Added to that, wires and more wires and my favorite, firmware updates. Etap… Read more »

Vittoria Goma

The search for the perfect tire is never ending to some riders. I really enjoy testing different tread patters in hopes of finding a tire that allows you to rail a turn like no other. The Goma meets the typical criteria I’m looking for when it comes to rubber. It’s a meaty tire, 2.4″  width… Read more »

Kona Process 134 DL

Upon release into the wild, the Kona Process has proven that “low and slack” frame design push a riders skill level to a whole new level. Years of positive reviews regarding its progressive geometry have graced the pages of multiple publications, filled internet forums, and been the hot topic at every trailhead. Kona never stops… Read more »