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Critical Cycles
$249.99 at Amazon

CriticalCycles City bicycles are hand built for the commuter lifestyle with a lightweight tig-welded steel frame and an advanced c...omponent set that is ideal for riding around town, on the beach boardwalk, and for exercise. The steel tubing and frame geometry enable a softer ride. Standard on each bike are Kenda Kwest Tires ($50 Value), the perfect hybrid/touring tire designed with smooth rounded tread with large water dispersion grooves. Many upgrades are also included such as front and rear fenders, vintage-style bullet headlamp (batteries not included), a mid-century bell, rear rack, sealed bottom bracket. Upright handlebars will keep your eyes on the road while being easier on your back. Included with your bike are all the tools you need build it in 15-30 minutes. Specifications: Frame and Fork: Lightweight Hand-Built Step-Thru or Diamond Steel Frame and Fork Bottom Bracket: Neco Sealed Cartridge Bearing 110.5mm Headset: Neco Handle-Bar: Alloy City Bars 620mm with 60mm rise Stem: Alloy 30 Degrees, 220mm Grips: Extra-Soft Brown Rubber Rims: 700x35 Stars Deep-V Double-Wall Alloy Rim 30mm 32H Hubs: KT F=100mm, R=110mm, 18T, 32H Tires: Kenda Kwest 700 x 35c Tubes: Kenda 700 x 35c, Schrader Crank: Protek Alloy 170mm, 44T Chainring Chain: KMC Z410,1/2"*1/8"*96L Seat Post: Alloy 25.4*300mm Seat Clamp: Alloy 28.6 Hand Brake: Alloy Caliper Brakes Pedal: Alloy 9/16" Derailler (7spd model only): Shimano TX35 with twist adjusters Read More

Gama Bikes
$479.00 at Amazon

Vintage track bike styling, but packed with practical features for getting around town. A sporty riding position paired with a spo...rty handlebar and fast-rolling road wheels. Three speed internal gearing keeps the look clean and classic, but gives you hill-climbing power when you need it. Everything built around a lightweight alloy frame. Speed and style without the drawbacks. Read More

Critical Cycles
$299.99 at Amazon

Critical Cycles City bicycles are hand built for the commuter lifestyle with a lightweight tig-welded steel frame and an advanced ...component set that is ideal for riding around town, on the beach boardwalk and for exercise. The steel tubing and frame geometry enable a softer ride. Standard on each bike are Kenda Kwest Tires (50 Value), the perfect hybrid/touring tire designed with smooth rounded tread with large water dispersion grooves. Many upgrades are also included such as front and rear fenders, vintage-style bullet headlamp (batteries not included), a mid-century bell, rear rack, sealed bottom bracket. Upright handlebars will keep your eyes on the road while being easier on your back. Included with your bike are all the tools you need build it in 15-30 minutes. Specifications: Frame and Fork: Lightweight Hand-Built Step-Thru or Diamond Steel Frame and Fork Bottom Bracket: Neco Sealed Cartridge Bearing 110.5mm Headset: Neco Handle-Bar: Alloy City Bars 620mm with 60mm rise Stem: Alloy 30 Degrees, 220mm Grips: Extra-Soft Brown Rubber Rims: 700x35 Stars Deep-V Double-Wall Alloy Rim 30mm 32H Hubs: KT F=100mm, R=110mm, 18T, 32H Tires: Kenda Kwest 700 x 35c Tubes: Kenda 700 x 35c, Schrader Crank: Protek Alloy 170mm, 44T Chain ring Chain: KMC Z410,1/2"1/8"96L Seat Post: Alloy 25.4300mm Seat Clamp: Alloy 28.6 Hand Brake: Alloy Caliper Brakes Pedal: Alloy 9/16" Derailleur (7spd model only): Shimano TX35 with twist adjusters. Read More

Giro
$39.95 $31.96 at Backcountry.com

With merino serving as such a versatile natural material for jerseys and other active apparel, Giro smartly developed its Merino W...ool Arm Warmers using a soft blend of it as well. The warmers use what Giro calls a "seasonal weight" blended merino wool,... Read More

Ridley
$3,299.00 $1,999.00 at Backcountry

Ridley's Fenix frameset, which we're featuring here with a SRAM Force 22 cocktail of our own concoction, addresses one issue that ...some of the more competitive cyclists among us have had with the trend of endurance frames cropping up in the peloton. Namely, they tend to pack on weight in order to smooth the road. Not so with the Fenix, which limits its claimed frame weight to just 1,230 grams for a size medium, so it's ready to rise to whatever challenge you've got on the day's docket: a charity ride century, 60 miles of rollers, or a series of mountain passes. The key to this best-of-all-worlds ride is Ridley's artful layup of vibration devouring 30- and 24-ton unidirectional carbon fibers. While the harsher, purely weight-focused frames in Ridley's line use 50 to 60 ton moduli, the Fenix's carbon strikes a balance between smoothing the road and rigid efficiency. Potholes, cobblestones, and other road hazards -- which may feel like taking repeated hammer blows to the kidneys on 60-ton carbon -- take on all the disagreeability of crosswalk paint. Just in case you ever do get tired of wantonly riding over obstacles, the stiff, tapered head tube nets responsive steering to dodge through debris with ease. Comfort and handling aside, this Fenix is meant to perform when the road turns up or when you start turning the screws. The built-up bottom bracket shell, PressFit 30 capacity, and burly chainstays address your power transfer needs, ensuring that comfort doesn't come at the cost of a bottom bracket that wags uselessly underneath you during hard efforts. The seat tube is also squared-off at the bottom with gradually softening edges as it rises to the seat collar. This makes for less lateral flex where you're putting power into the road and a more compliant ride where the road's putting impact into you. The Fenix's SRAM Force 22 kit is meant to provide a similarly breezy ride, and the key to its smooth operation is the front derailleur. Yep, the front derailleur. The... Read More

Ridley
$2,499.00 at Backcountry

With the addition of the increased stopping power modulation available with hydraulic disc brakes, Ridley's Fenix C30 Disc Shimano... 105 Complete Road Bike expands its already impressive capabilities to include virtually perfect braking on fast, sweeping descents and sure-footed speed on the surfaces that exist outside of the fenced-in world of asphalt. The key to the frame's multi-surface transcendence is Ridley's artful layup of vibration devouring 30- and 24-ton unidirectional carbon fibers. While the harsher, purely weight-focused frames in Ridley's line use 50- to 60-ton moduli, the Fenix's carbon strikes a balance between smoothing the road and promoting rigid efficiency. Potholes, cobblestones, and other road hazards -- which may feel like repeated hammer blows to the kidneys on 60 ton carbon -- take on all the disagreeability of crosswalk paint. Just in case you ever do get tired of wantonly riding over road obstacles, the stiff, tapered head tube nets responsive steering to dodge through debris with ease. In addition to the change subtly alluded to by its name, the Fenix Disc also has a slightly longer wheelbase -- by 2mm in size medium -- than the original Fenix. While this difference is more pronounced in the smallest sizes, even the bigger frames benefit from a more stable wheelbase for gravel and dirt roads. The adventure-minded cyclist will also note with interest that the Disc model features increased tire clearance, so you can bump up tire diameter for maximum plushness and reliability on everything from chipseal and logging roads to loose limestone gravel and firmly fixed granite pave. Considerations of surface aside, the Fenix C30 Disc 105's Shimano drivetrain is meant to get angry when you ramp up the watts, and the frame itself is happy to oblige. The built-up bottom bracket junction, PressFit 30 bottom bracket, and burly chainstays address your power transfer needs, ensuring that comfort doesn't come at the cost of a uselessly wagging drivetrain.. Read More

Ridley
$3,999.00 at Backcountry

The book of Ridley's Helium C10 Ultegra Complete Bike is written in clean, smooth lines that aren't often seen in the carbon frame... industry. It's a frame that doesn't need dramatically swooping tubes, junctions, and the inevitable acronyms that accompany them to prove its quality. Instead, everything about it -- from the frame to the drivetrain and wheels -- lets a rarely seen quality of straightforward functionality do the talking. The Helium's namesake element happens to be one of the lightest on the periodic table, and the design of the frame reflects this, with a size medium weighing a claimed 880 grams. Ridley hit this low weight by blending two moduli of unidirectional carbon, 30T and 24T, in a strategic lay-up designed to keep weight down without sacrificing durability or stiffness. The Helium's thin, slightly flattened seatstays and standard 27. 2 millimeter seatpost prove that these designs, contrary to the industry's marketing materials, are just as valuable to a comfortable ride today as they were when the need to sell new model years pushed other manufacturers to "innovate" with bizarre shapes and materials. The rear triangle devours road noise and bumps like Helium's halogen cousins gobble up other molecules' electrons. The Helium C10's low-weight emphasis and no-nonsense functionality carry over into the groupset, which is a complete Shimano Ultegra affair except for the slightly heavier but ever more durable 105 cassette. Some manufacturers save overhead on the crankset, opting for a sub-par third party or proprietary option, but Ridley sticks to its guns and ponies up with the new semi-compact, exceptionally stiff, four-arm Ultegra cranks -- easily one of our favorite pieces of kit for 2015. The wheels are Fulcrum's redoubtable Racing 5s, and if you have yet to experience the increased ride quality of 25 millimeter tires, then Continental's robust Ultra Sports will instantly win you over. Read More

Ridley
$3,399.00 at Backcountry

From its full Shimano drivetrain to its bombproof Fulcrum wheels, the Ridley Helium C20 Complete Road Bike is built for the aspiri...ng racer whose ambitions aren't captured in the marketing copy of the latest aerodynamic wonder toy. The Helium isn't made for the wind-tunnel life; instead, it's built for a ride that's efficient on climbs and sprints that won't shake you to pieces on rough roads at racing speed or while taking your paces through base miles. The Helium's namesake element happens to be one of the lightest on the periodic table, and the design of the frame reflects this, with a size medium weighing a claimed 880 grams. Ridley hit this low weight by blending two moduli of unidirectional carbon, 30T and 24T, in a strategic layup designed to keep weight down without sacrificing durability or stiffness. The tapered head tube contributes to this stiffness while you're hammering or climbing -- the Helium's favorite pursuit -- while also netting precise steering and laser-guided tracking through corners and swooping descents. The Helium's thin, slightly flattened seatstays and standard 27. 2 millimeter seatpost prove that these designs, contrary to the industry's marketing materials, are just as valuable to a comfortable ride today as they were when the need to sell new model years pushed other manufacturers to "innovate" with bizarre shapes and materials. The rear triangle devours road noise and bumps like Helium's halogen cousins gobble up other molecules' electrons. We'd like to say that the surprisingly precise action of Shimano's new 105 drivetrain -- featured here in all its 11-speed glory -- takes us back to the days when we first tried Dura-Ace. But we can't. With all the technology that's trickled-down the Ultegra pipeline from the Dura-Ace source, the new 105 is every bit as sharp as the models ridden in the peloton as recently as a few years ago. As your abilities begin to eclipse your current ambitions, 105 will continue to grow with you. Read More

Storck
$6,699.00 at Backcountry

Storck uses its CFR/UD Optimized carbon fiber for the Aernario. The UD stands for unidirectional. The Aernario is formed by placin...g strands of carbon fabric oriented on one axis into each mold. Engineers place the strands in a monocoque shell, meaning that, with the exception of the fork, it is a one-piece molded frame. The advantages of this design are lighter weight due to minimal junctures and optimal vibration dampening. The frame sits among the lightest in the industry, and a full 100 grams lighter than the standard Aernario. The Aernario Platinum is complemented by the award-winning Stiletto fork. Weighing a mere 280 grams, this latest version of the fork is 60 grams lighter than the original Stiletto. It features a tapered design with a carbon reinforced head tube and a 1-1/8 - 1-1/4inc integrated headset. Working with the aerodynamics to maximize speed is an oversized PressFit BB86 bottom bracket. It works to efficiently transfer power to the drivetrain. Internal electronic cable routing completes the package so that the Aernario Platinum can stake claim on the top step of the podium. Read More

Storck
$3,249.00 at Backcountry

If the technology underwriting the racing platform of the Visioner C SL Road Bike Frameset situates it in the mid-range of Storck'...s line, then it's certainly in good company. From the Scenero G2 to the Fascenario, there may be no stable of carbon bikes as heavily feted as Storck's, and the Visioner C SL represents that pedigree well by reproducing the Fascenario's race-worthy geometry at a self-sponsored price point. The frame is built of unidirectional carbon fiber and incorporates all of the signature details of Storck's focus on high stiffness and low weight that have percolated throughout the industry. The Visioner C SL's drivetrain spine -- from the head tube through the down tube and bottom bracket and into the chainstay -- is strategically built-up to handle the stress of power transfer. The seatstays, on the other hand, are thinned, slightly flattened, and lead into the seat tube just below the top tube, which increases vertical compliance and feeds vibration back into the frame rather than into the saddle. The Visioner C SL also features Storck's proportional tubing construction pattern, which changes the dimensions of the tubing for each size in order to accommodate the different requirements and keep stiffness and handling the same. Many manufacturers are content with smaller sizes that are stiff and track well, but larger sizes that get torsionally noodly because of the long tubes and different angles. Not Storck. From the 55 to the 63cm frame, each Visioner C SL enjoys the same stiffness-to-weight ratio. The frame is finished with Storck's Stiletto fork. True to Storck form, the Stiletto has been dominating the awards circuit since its introduction in 1999 with a paradoxical blend of high stiffness and low weight that has yet to be consistently topped. The combined claimed weight of 300g for the fork and 850g for the frame make this supposedly "mid-tier" frameset more than equal to many other makes' top-end race bikes. Read More

FSA
$309.99 at Backcountry

In the rush to get the best technology to the most likely race-bike buyers, some manufacturers have a tendency to forget that peop...le, like bicycles, come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Fortunately, the folks at FSA haven't forgotten. The FSA SL-K Road Compact handlebar combines race-ready unidirectional carbon fiber construction, a forgiving, shallow design, and four different sizes (including extra-narrow) to bring pro-level performance to all of us.FSA's SL-K Compact Handlebar is made from a blend of unidirectional carbon fiber and Kevlar. Formed in a continuous, one-piece construction, the reinforced carbon design provides a heightened rigidity for explosive sprints and predictable handling. Additionally, the carbon weave dampens road vibration while the Kevlar offers durable strength that reduces material fatigue. The engineered result is simple -- the S-LK Carbon handlebar will remain stiffer, longer. These attributes have been further accentuated by the implementation of a double-width single cable groove along the bar. The SL-K's thicker construction also greatly increases its resistance to fatigue.The S-LK Compact Carbon features reinforced and textured clamping areas for the attachment of the levers and stem. This treatment prevents slippage, and helps to maintain the life of the bars. FSA has also widened the center section to 120mm in order to allow the addition of clip-on aero extensions or any combination of accessories. To achieve an agreeable shape, fit for long days in the drops or on the hoods, FSA has designed the S-LK Compact with a moderate 125mm drop, 80mm reach, and 2 degree outward bend. And to ensure a consistent fit and ride quality for every rider, these dimensions vary in scale by each of the three widths available. The bar also offers internal cable routing, not only for a sleek aesthetic, but also for an unencumbered hand position. Read More

FSA
FSA
$309.99 at Backcountry

In the rush to get the best technology to the most likely race-bike buyers, some manufacturers have a tendency to forget that peop...le, like bicycles, come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Fortunately, the folks at FSA haven't forgotten. The FSA SL-K Road Compact handlebar combines race-ready unidirectional carbon fiber construction, a forgiving, shallow design, and four different sizes (including extra-narrow) to bring pro-level performance to all of us.FSA's SL-K Compact Handlebar is made from a blend of unidirectional carbon fiber and Kevlar. Formed in a continuous, one-piece construction, the reinforced carbon design provides a heightened rigidity for explosive sprints and predictable handling. Additionally, the carbon weave dampens road vibration while the Kevlar offers durable strength that reduces material fatigue. The engineered result is simple -- the S-LK Carbon handlebar will remain stiffer, longer. These attributes have been further accentuated by the implementation of a double-width single cable groove along the bar. The SL-K's thicker construction also greatly increases its resistance to fatigue.The S-LK Compact Carbon features reinforced and textured clamping areas for the attachment of the levers and stem. This treatment prevents slippage, and helps to maintain the life of the bars. FSA has also widened the center section to 120mm in order to allow the addition of clip-on aero extensions or any combination of accessories. To achieve an agreeable shape, fit for long days in the drops or on the hoods, FSA has designed the S-LK Compact with a moderate 125mm drop, 80mm reach, and 2 degree outward bend. And to ensure a consistent fit and ride quality for every rider, these dimensions vary in scale by each of the three widths available. The bar also offers internal cable routing, not only for a sleek aesthetic, but also for an unencumbered hand position. Read More

FSA
Storck
$5,699.00 $2,999.00 at Backcountry

The build of Storck's Scenero G2 Ultegra Complete Road Bike is the sum of multiple elements that -- given accolades ranging from m...ultiple Bike of the Year awards to constant scores just this side of perfection for the drivetrain -- could all easily stand on their own as the key selling point of any complete bike. The fact that the Scenero G2 combines a full Shimano Ultegra groupset with a tailor-made Selle Italia Monolink saddle and the inimitable quality of DT Swiss wheels means that it's all but guaranteed to continue Storck's trend of selfishly amassing industry palmares while leaving nothing for the competition. The Scenero G2 is constructed from Storck's own unidirectional carbon fiber which strategically reinforces the frame's stiffness in areas crucial to power transfer while also capitalizing on carbon's vibration damping properties. The result is a frame that elicits reactions normally reserved for the steel frames of yesteryear: springy, responsive, lively -- all while benefiting from carbon fiber's impossibly low weight and stiffness. These properties begin as an engineer's dream in 3D CAD imaging. This dream manifests as resin-bathed carbon that matures in an atmosphere of heat and pressure and is finally smoothed by hand into finished Scenero G2. The massive PressFit 86 bottom bracket juncture is the only reasonable partner for Shimano's new Hollowtech II four-arm Ultegra crankset, an easy finalist in our own Gear of the Year awards. Both the PF86 bottom bracket and the handsome crankset reduce weight while increasing efficiency, so the heart of the drivetrain is more than equal to everything from a charity century to a multi-peak day in the high mountains. This theme of efficiency bleeds out into the rest of the frame with Storck's proportional tubing concept, which adapts the dimensions, wall thickness, tube diameter, and tapered shapes of each frame to its specific size, ensuring a balance of fit and ride quality that most manufacturers outsource t.. Read More

De Rosa
$5,200.00 $3,299.00 at Backcountry

De Rosa has long been known for its classic design and standout steel bikes, and has stepped into the contemporary era of lightwei...ght carbon speed machines with the same flair and solid mix of style and function. The 2015 De Rosa Idol Ultegra Complete Road Bike brings De Rosa's classic heart to a speedy carbon body that balances stiff efficiency, forgiving vibration damping, and an aggressive geometry to throw down in any road racing scenario. The Idol is made from T1000 and T800 high modulus carbon fibers in a seven to three ratio across the frame. The T1000 is known as an industry leader in tensile strength, resulting in highly efficient power transfer. T800 on the other hand, is renowned for its compressive strength and ability to absorb road vibration. By using a strategic combination of the two, De Rosa created a frame that maximizes stiffness and power transfer where it's needed while providing enough vibration damping to reduce rider fatigue and keep you comfy and on-point through long races over rough roads. Don't be fooled by the comfort factor, though -- the Idol was built primarily for speed. Its steep head angle and relatively long top tube promote an aggressive position for quick accelerations, stable cornering, and smooth, wobble-free descents. A stiff front end and wide BB386 bottom bracket make sure all that power you put into the pedals gets transferred to forward speed, while the slightly curved top tube and thin, bowed seatstays reduce road vibration and fatigue to keep you out on the road for as many miles as you have time for. De Rosa completes the Idol Ultegra Complete Road Bike package with a full Shimano 6800 11-speed drivetrain for solid, stress-free shifting. The cockpit comprises a Zipp Service Course stem with a Zipp Service Course CRS-70 Ergo Drop Handlebar wrapped in Arundel Gecko bar tape, and a Zipp Service Course seatpost pairs with a Fizik Aliante saddle for a sold, comfy ride. To cap it all off, Mavic Cosmic Elite S Wheels w... Read More

ISM
$184.95 at Backcountry

In 1999, the UCI delivered new bicycle restrictions that reduced the allowable amount of saddle setback. In the process, it forced... racers into a nether world of sitting on the tips of their saddles. The change was under the guise of keeping the bikes and riders safe, but the reality is that a soft tissue injury is very likely because standard racing saddles aren't designed to provide proper support when you are in a fast, aero, and legal position. The ISM Adamo Road Saddle is made expressly for the purpose of supporting your weight without compromising blood flow when your primary concern is reducing your frontal area. It's no secret that a forward position on your time trial bike will reduce your frontal area. Essentially, the further you rotate forward over the bottom bracket, the less area that you'll present to the wind as your head and chest become smaller factors in your personal drag equation. However, an aggressive aerodynamic position necessarily compromises comfort in favor of speed. So, the Adamo Saddle provides more comfort and support when you're in a fast forward position. This way, when every second counts, your comfort will become one less thing to disrupt the rhythm of your race. ISM designed the Adamo Road to be just over the UCI saddle minimum length of 240mm. With it perched atop your saddle rails in a legal 5cm behind-the-bottom-bracket position, the wings of the Adamo saddle (that provide support for your sit bones) will be 7-9cm farther forward than your current racing saddle. The forward width is just one of the visible ways that the Adamo saddle is different. The nose of the saddle is actually split into two forward projections, like a fork. The cutout between the forked tips takes away the pressure on your perineal artery. Tests on the ISM saddles have shown them to have little effect on normal blood flow to the genital area (less than 5% loss). Of the other saddles tested, some were shown to affect the blood flow up to 95%. For those ... Read More

ISM
Storck
$5,848.00 at Backcountry

If you spend a few minutes browsing through our copy, then you probably know that we're not exactly purists when it comes to cycli...ng kit. Sure, we occasionally privilege traditional designs and styles over the latest trends in tube shapes and colorways, but we're open-minded about adopting new technologies when they suit our purposes -- especially when a manufacturer applies the latest fancy technology to the basics of cycling. More than almost any other bike we stock, the Aernario Basic Shimano Ultegra Complete Road Bike is one of the best blends of tradition, innovation, and solid build kit that we've rolled through our shop doors. For the frameset, Storck used Computer Flow Dynamics to tease aerodynamic tube shapes out of a geometry that balances the low-weight aggression of compact frames with a nod to the more cantankerous, classic-geometry purists among us. Though it's subtle, the wind-dodging design is inherited from Storck's time trial frames, so it's both invisible to the eye and the wind. And since the module's overall shape and design borrows heavily from the Fascenario 0. 7, the aerodynamic benefits don't come with the usual tradeoff of poor handling and unforgiving road feel. When viewing the frame from the side, it looks like a traditional road frame. However, if you were to take a cross section, its aero shape would become strikingly evident. These shapes are laid-up with Storck's own CFR/UD (unidirectional) carbon fiber. This curated material is the main reason why Storck has so many BOTY awards from the German cycling industry, as the unidirection orientation of the fibers mean that the sheets can be situated for targeted load-bearing properties. This lets Storck stiffen the frame without sacrificing damping qualities and -- paradoxically -- while using less material for a lower overall weight. The Aernario features a massive, oversized PressFit BB86 bottom bracket juncture in order to boost power transfer even further, and the seatstays connect ... Read More

ISM
$184.95 at Backcountry

In 1999, on the heels of the most rabid chasing of the hour record in a quarter century, the UCI delivered new bicycle guidelines ...that effectively quashed that momentum and forced racers into a nether world of sitting on the tips of their saddles. The change was under the guise of keeping the bikes and riders safe, but the reality is that a soft tissue injury is very likely because standard racing saddles are not designed in a way to provide proper support when you are in a fast, aero, and legal position. The ISM Adamo Road Saddle is made expressly for the purpose of supporting your weight without restricting blood flow to some pretty important parts of your body. It's no secret that a forward position on your time trial bike will reduce your frontal area. Essentially, the further you rotate forward over the bottom bracket, the less area you'll present to the wind as your head and chest become smaller factors in the whole drag equation. We've recently seen video of a certain Texan, admittedly in his twilight years as a bike racer, making every attempt to squeeze the last tiny percentages of speed out of his body. Part of his new-for-2010 bike outfitting includes an Adamo Road Saddle. What Lance and Allen Lim knew was that his old TT position was not aerodynamically efficient, even though it was powerful. His 2010 position has him farther forward over the bottom bracket with a lower handlebar position as well. Just as the RadioShack crew found, the Adamo Saddle offers more comfort and more support when you are in a fast forward position. And when every second counts, your comfort will become one less thing to disrupt the rhythm of your race. ISM designs the Adamo Road to be just over the UCI saddle minimum length of 240mm. And with it perched atop your saddle rails in a legal 5cm behind-the-bottom-bracket position, the wings of the Adamo saddle (that offer support for your sit-bones) will be 7 - 9cm farther forward than your current racing saddle. The forward widt... Read More

ISM
Pinarello
$3,850.00 at Backcountry

The Pinarello Marvel Ultegra Complete Bike you see here is clearly borne from the same lineage as the Dogma you see raced around t...he world. Pinarello knows, though, that not everyone makes a living racing bikes, so it created a more-accessible version that's still right at home on big climbs, fast group rides, and anywhere else you feel like riding. They've done this by using a slightly lower grade of carbon fiber, one measured at 30 tons per square centimeter instead of the 65-ton carbon you find in the Dogma. This means that in order to create a bike of the same strength and stiffness, Pinarello has to use a bit more material, making the bike slightly heavier than a comparably-sized Dogma. Pinarello has spec'd Shimano's ultra-reliable Ultegra group on the Marvel, along with Fulcrum's Racing 5 wheelset, and a variety of MOst alloy components to keep the price down. Read More

De Rosa
$5,200.00 $3,299.00 at Backcountry

De Rosa has long been known for its classic design and standout steel bikes, and has stepped into the contemporary era of lightwei...ght carbon speed machines with the same flair and solid mix of style and function. The 2015 De Rosa Idol Ultegra Complete Road Bike brings De Rosa's classic heart to a speedy carbon body that balances stiff efficiency, forgiving vibration damping, and an aggressive geometry to throw down in any road racing scenario. The Idol is made from T1000 and T800 high modulus carbon fibers in a seven to three ratio across the frame. The T1000 is known as an industry leader in tensile strength, resulting in highly efficient power transfer. T800 on the other hand, is renowned for its compressive strength and ability to absorb road vibration. By using a strategic combination of the two, De Rosa created a frame that maximizes stiffness and power transfer where it's needed while providing enough vibration damping to reduce rider fatigue and keep you comfy and on-point through long races over rough roads. Don't be fooled by the comfort factor, though -- the Idol was built primarily for speed. Its steep head angle and relatively long top tube promote an aggressive position for quick accelerations, stable cornering, and smooth, wobble-free descents. A stiff front end and wide BB386 bottom bracket make sure all that power you put into the pedals gets transferred to forward speed, while the slightly curved top tube and thin, bowed seatstays reduce road vibration and fatigue to keep you out on the road for as many miles as you have time for. De Rosa completes the Idol Ultegra Complete Road Bike package with a full Shimano 6800 11-speed drivetrain for solid, stress-free shifting. The cockpit comprises a Zipp Service Course stem with a Zipp Service Course CRS-70 Ergo Drop Handlebar wrapped in Arundel Gecko bar tape, and a Zipp Service Course seatpost pairs with a Fizik Aliante saddle for a sold, comfy ride. To cap it all off, Mavic Cosmic Elite S Wheels w... Read More

Wilier
$3,499.00 at Backcountry

Whether in the liberal arts, culinary or oenophilic pursuits, or the storied history of cycling, few countries have made such cont...ributions to the West's romantic passions as Italy. Since 1906, the Italian manufacturer Wilier has also brought that romantic touch to the art of frameset design, pouring a comically divine amount of precision, obsession, and passion into the deceptively simple process of building a bicycle. Given this impressive breadth of century-plus production -- which not even The Great War could fully interrupt -- it's little surprise that the Cento1SR Road Bike Frameset, Wilier's professional flagship model, should return in 2016 with few modifications outside of aesthetics. The Cento1SR's tripartite composition is a properly Dantean story of threes. Wilier uses three distinct types of carbon fiber in different areas of the frame in order to meet the exacting demands of three criteria: stiffness, weight, and comfort. The drive spine and joints most integral to power transfer are built with Mitsubishi's 60t, a material with such high tensile strength that we've referred to it elsewhere as the synthetic equivalent of Superman's hair. We stand by that bit of artistic license, though we're also compelled to note that such stiff power-transferring efficiency does come at the cost of elasticity and vertical compliance. It also makes 60t as rare (and expensive) as kryptonite. Other areas of the frame are built with lower modulus T800H and T700SC carbon fibers, which add a vibration damping and compliance to 60t's unforgiving ride and bring the cost of production down without sacrificing a single watt of drive spine efficiency. Though the construction is impressive, few elements define Wilier framesets in cycling's popular imagination more than handling, which is in turn defined by the frame's geometry. The Cento1SR's tight wheelbase and tapered head tube net apparently contradictory properties. While the former contributes to a race-ready, jumpy respo... Read More

Wilier
$3,499.00 at Backcountry

Whether in the liberal arts, culinary or oenophilic pursuits, or the storied history of cycling, few countries have made such cont...ributions to the West's romantic passions as Italy. Since 1906, the Italian manufacturer Wilier has also brought that romantic touch to the art of frameset design, pouring a comically divine amount of precision, obsession, and passion into the deceptively simple process of building a bicycle. Given this impressive breadth of century-plus production -- which not even The Great War could fully interrupt -- it's little surprise that the Cento1SR Road Bike Frameset, Wilier's professional flagship model, should return in 2016 with few modifications outside of aesthetics. The Cento1SR's tripartite composition is a properly Dantean story of threes. Wilier uses three distinct types of carbon fiber in different areas of the frame in order to meet the exacting demands of three criteria: stiffness, weight, and comfort. The drive spine and joints most integral to power transfer are built with Mitsubishi's 60t, a material with such high tensile strength that we've referred to it elsewhere as the synthetic equivalent of Superman's hair. We stand by that bit of artistic license, though we're also compelled to note that such stiff power-transferring efficiency does come at the cost of elasticity and vertical compliance. It also makes 60t as rare (and expensive) as kryptonite. Other areas of the frame are built with lower modulus T800H and T700SC carbon fibers, which add a vibration damping and compliance to 60t's unforgiving ride and bring the cost of production down without sacrificing a single watt of drive spine efficiency. Though the construction is impressive, few elements define Wilier framesets in cycling's popular imagination more than handling, which is in turn defined by the frame's geometry. The Cento1SR's tight wheelbase and tapered head tube net apparently contradictory properties. While the former contributes to a race-ready, jumpy respo... Read More

Wilier
$3,499.00 at Backcountry

Whether in the liberal arts, culinary or oenophilic pursuits, or the storied history of cycling, few countries have made such cont...ributions to the West's romantic passions as Italy. Since 1906, the Italian manufacturer Wilier has also brought that romantic touch to the art of frameset design, pouring a comically divine amount of precision, obsession, and passion into the deceptively simple process of building a bicycle. Given this impressive breadth of century-plus production -- which not even The Great War could fully interrupt -- it's little surprise that the Cento1SR Road Bike Frameset, Wilier's professional flagship model, should return in 2016 with few modifications outside of aesthetics. The Cento1SR's tripartite composition is a properly Dantean story of threes. Wilier uses three distinct types of carbon fiber in different areas of the frame in order to meet the exacting demands of three criteria: stiffness, weight, and comfort. The drive spine and joints most integral to power transfer are built with Mitsubishi's 60t, a material with such high tensile strength that we've referred to it elsewhere as the synthetic equivalent of Superman's hair. We stand by that bit of artistic license, though we're also compelled to note that such stiff power-transferring efficiency does come at the cost of elasticity and vertical compliance. It also makes 60t as rare (and expensive) as kryptonite. Other areas of the frame are built with lower modulus T800H and T700SC carbon fibers, which add a vibration damping and compliance to 60t's unforgiving ride and bring the cost of production down without sacrificing a single watt of drive spine efficiency. Though the construction is impressive, few elements define Wilier framesets in cycling's popular imagination more than handling, which is in turn defined by the frame's geometry. The Cento1SR's tight wheelbase and tapered head tube net apparently contradictory properties. While the former contributes to a race-ready, jumpy respo... Read More

Evoc
$129.00 at Backcountry

Evoc's Road Bike Aluminum Stand is adjustable to support most road, 'cross, and time trial bikes being transported in Evoc's Bike ...Travel Bag. Your bike secures to the stand by dint of its own quick-release levers, and the durable aluminum skeleton keeps it upright and guards against the wear and tear of travel or storage. The stand itself folds up to keep it out of the way when not in use. Read More

Ridley
$3,599.00 $1,999.00 at Backcountry

It's hard to argue against the cyclocross pedigree of a Belgian manufacturer like Ridley, and bikes like the X-Fire CX1 Complete C...yclocross Bike take the 'cross focus one step further. We've taken the liberty of spec'ing this X-Fire frameset with SRAM's CX1 drivetrain and HED wheels, a coalition that brings all manner of materials and design features from disciplines across the cycling world in order to produce what may be the best value race machine that has ever found itself contemplating dirt, mud, stairs, gravel, barriers, pavement, and beer all in the same event. The 2015 X-Fire is built with the same 24T high modulus carbon fiber featured on both the previous model and many of Ridley's road-specific frames. The material is laid-up as a strategic pattern of unidirectional sheets to balance rigidity with vertical compliance and weight. The frame's oversized tubes are shaped for stiffness at crucial power-transfer junctures stretching from the head tube through the down tube, bottom bracket, and chainstays. Areas that play less of a role in load bearing are thinned down, saving weight wherever doing so doesn't compromise efficiency. Despite the X-Fire's stiffness and low weight, features like thinned seatstays also minimize the noise and chatter communicated to the cyclist's body. This ensures that, though 'cross races tend to be short, enjoyably brutal affairs, the long miles of base building and training rides leading up to them don't have to be. The 24T material itself also contributes to this balance of comfort and power, providing more vibration damping than the harsher 60T carbon in Ridley's climbers-only, lose-weight-at-all-cost Helium road frame. The top and down tubes are also strategically squared-off, providing better grip while the bike is shouldered during run-ups.Including SRAM's CX1 components is yet one more nod to 'cross specialization, as CX1 is essentially just a mash-up of technologies from the revolutionary XX1 mountain drivetrain and t... Read More

Ridley
$3,599.00 $1,999.00 at Backcountry

It's hard to argue against the cyclocross pedigree of a Belgian manufacturer like Ridley, and bikes like the X-Fire CX1 Complete C...yclocross Bike take the 'cross focus one step further. We've taken the liberty of spec'ing this X-Fire frameset with SRAM's CX1 drivetrain and HED wheels, a coalition that brings all manner of materials and design features from disciplines across the cycling world in order to produce what may be the best value race machine that has ever found itself contemplating dirt, mud, stairs, gravel, barriers, pavement, and beer all in the same event. The 2015 X-Fire is built with the same 24T high modulus carbon fiber featured on both the previous model and many of Ridley's road-specific frames. The material is laid-up as a strategic pattern of unidirectional sheets to balance rigidity with vertical compliance and weight. The frame's oversized tubes are shaped for stiffness at crucial power-transfer junctures stretching from the head tube through the down tube, bottom bracket, and chainstays. Areas that play less of a role in load bearing are thinned down, saving weight wherever doing so doesn't compromise efficiency. Despite the X-Fire's stiffness and low weight, features like thinned seatstays also minimize the noise and chatter communicated to the cyclist's body. This ensures that, though 'cross races tend to be short, enjoyably brutal affairs, the long miles of base building and training rides leading up to them don't have to be. The 24T material itself also contributes to this balance of comfort and power, providing more vibration damping than the harsher 60T carbon in Ridley's climbers-only, lose-weight-at-all-cost Helium road frame. The top and down tubes are also strategically squared-off, providing better grip while the bike is shouldered during run-ups.Including SRAM's CX1 components is yet one more nod to 'cross specialization, as CX1 is essentially just a mash-up of technologies from the revolutionary XX1 mountain drivetrain and t... Read More

Ridley
$3,399.00 at Backcountry

The Ridley frame at the heart of the Fenix Carbon Ultegra Complete Road Bike is proven on the hellingen of Flanders and the Napole...onic-era stones of the road to Roubaix. It's seen the podium of one of cycling's monuments. It's been at the pointy end of the peloton for years. With this special build that we managed to get our hands on, it's now equipped with the kind of kit that we prefer for our own recreational and training rides. The mix of Ultegra and 105 components is admittedly unlikely to feature under Greipel and his Lotto-Soudal teammates, but for any aspiring racer who hasn't quite signed a contract, this Fenix is the ideal stage for building form, racing, or both. The key to the frame's limitless ride is Ridley's artful layup of vibration devouring 30 and 24 ton unidirectional carbon fibers. While the harsher, purely weight-focused frames in Ridley's line use 50 to 60 ton moduli, the Fenix's carbon strikes a balance between smoothing the road and promoting rigid efficiency. Potholes, cobblestones, and other road hazards -- which may feel like repeated hammer blows to the kidneys on 60 ton carbon -- take on all the disagreeability of crosswalk paint. We do occasionally tire of wantonly riding over road obstacles, though. In such cases, the stiff, tapered head tube nets responsive steering to dodge through debris with ease. Comfort and handling aside, the Fenix is meant to get angry when the road turns up or when you start turning the screws. The built-up bottom bracket junction, PressFit 30 bottom bracket, and burly chainstays address power transfer needs, ensuring that comfort doesn't come at the cost of a uselessly wagging drivetrain spine during hard efforts. The seat tube is also squared-off at the bottom with gradually softening edges as it rises to the seat collar. In our experience on this frame, that shaping makes for less lateral flex where we're putting power into the road and a more compliant ride across everything from buzzing chip seal to pa... Read More

Ridley
$3,399.00 at Backcountry

The Ridley frame at the heart of the Fenix Carbon Ultegra Complete Road Bike is proven on the hellingen of Flanders and the Napole...onic-era stones of the road to Roubaix. It's seen the podium of one of cycling's monuments. It's been at the pointy end of the peloton for years. With this special build that we managed to get our hands on, it's now equipped with the kind of kit that we prefer for our own recreational and training rides. The mix of Ultegra and 105 components is admittedly unlikely to feature under Greipel and his Lotto-Soudal teammates, but for any aspiring racer who hasn't quite signed a contract, this Fenix is the ideal stage for building form, racing, or both. The key to the frame's limitless ride is Ridley's artful layup of vibration devouring 30 and 24 ton unidirectional carbon fibers. While the harsher, purely weight-focused frames in Ridley's line use 50 to 60 ton moduli, the Fenix's carbon strikes a balance between smoothing the road and promoting rigid efficiency. Potholes, cobblestones, and other road hazards -- which may feel like repeated hammer blows to the kidneys on 60 ton carbon -- take on all the disagreeability of crosswalk paint. We do occasionally tire of wantonly riding over road obstacles, though. In such cases, the stiff, tapered head tube nets responsive steering to dodge through debris with ease. Comfort and handling aside, the Fenix is meant to get angry when the road turns up or when you start turning the screws. The built-up bottom bracket junction, PressFit 30 bottom bracket, and burly chainstays address power transfer needs, ensuring that comfort doesn't come at the cost of a uselessly wagging drivetrain spine during hard efforts. The seat tube is also squared-off at the bottom with gradually softening edges as it rises to the seat collar. In our experience on this frame, that shaping makes for less lateral flex where we're putting power into the road and a more compliant ride across everything from buzzing chip seal to pa... Read More

$6,520.49 at Wiggle

The SuperkingThe top of the range of De Rosa is enriched by a new set of frames: the 888 SuperKing. Model R and SR are dedicated t...o all those who look for a hybrid frame that can work with mechanical or electronic shifting. A composition of 3... Read More

$6,031.46 at Wiggle

Shimano Ultegra Di2 11 speed electronic groupsetWith the same electronic shifting technology used on Shimano??s top of the line Du...ra Ace groupset and only a minor weight penalty over its more expensive sibling, it is no wonder the 11 speed Di2 Ultegra... Read More

Cannondale
$779.00 at REI

Versatility on and off pavement is at the core of the Quick CX 3, which offers a comfortable upright ride and a shock-absorbent fo...rk for smooth urban commutes and tours. Read More

REI
Q-Tubes
$6.00 at Backcountry

The Q-Tubes Road Bike Tube isn't expensive but it is pretty necessary, so it's always a good idea to have two or three around, jus...t in case. Keep 'em wherever, and rest assured that their durable design and reliable Presta valve will lock in the air, at least until you run over another broken bottle. Read More

Evoc
$25.00 at Backcountry

The Road Bike Adapter slides into Evoc's Travel Bag and protects the front end by encasing the fork with padding. This elevates th...e front and helps secure the rest of the bike in the bag. The Road Bike Adapter is constructed from 600D nylon that's PU-coated for durability, and measures 17 x 10 x 33cm. Please note, it is not to be used in combination with the Road Bike Aluminum Stand. Read More

Evoc
$25.00 at Competitive Cyclist

The Road Bike Adapter slides into Evoc's Travel Bag and protects the front end by encasing the fork with padding. This elevates th...e front and helps secure the rest of the bike in the bag. The Road Bike Adapter is constructed from 600D nylon that's PU-coated for durability, and measures 17 x 10 x 33cm. Please note, it is not to be used in combination with the Road Bike Aluminum Stand. Read More

Schwinn
$324.99 $309.99 at Walmart

The Schwinn Meridian Adult Tricycle has an aluminum carrier that is wide enough to store all your belongings while you ride. This ...tricycle for adults provides a stress-free ride for long distances. The Schwinn Meridian Adult Tricycle features the... Read More

Vilano
$261.91 at Amazon

Vilano Bikes, we make components, accessories and bicycles to fit all your cycling needs. Built to be reliable and high quality wh...ile being affordable. Read More

Scorpion
$69.95 $48.96 at Backcountry

For a simple, hassle-free way to secure your road bike while you work on it, you'll want the Scorpion Road Bike Stand. This easy-t...o-use stand is as functional as the original mountain bike version, but it has been adapted for smaller diameter crank spindles. Unlike most stands that use a finicky lever to tension your frame or seatpost, the Scorpion stand supports your bike via the hollow spindle of your bike's bottom bracket. Its design is reminiscent of the stands used by motocross racers, which is fitting because the inventor is a former motocross rider. The stand is compatible with most hollow-spindle SRAM, Rotor/FSA, Specialized OS Carbon, and Cannondale SL Hollogram cranks. The Scorpion stand comes prepared with adapters for different cranks. Read More

Razor
$279.00 at Walmart

Kick up dirt clouds with the Razor MX350 Dirt Bike. This scaled-down electric motocross bike comes equipped with a real electric m...otor. It's ideal for pre-teens and teens who want to enjoy a revved-up version of the off-road dirt bike experience. The powerful motor of the Razor Dirt Rocket carries riders at speeds of up to 14 miles per hour ?????? more than enough for most bumpy dirt trails. It can cruise for up to 10 miles (or 40 minutes) on a single charge. The Razor motor bike's riser handlebars deliver a smooth and comfortable ride regardless of the terrain, so the fun isn't restricted to flat pavement. As a final bonus, the Razor Dirt Rocket's variable-speed, chain-driven motor is extremely quiet, in marked contrast to gas-powered motocross bikes. Read More

Vilano
$352.42 at Amazon

Vilano Bikes, we make components, accessories and bicycles to fit all your cycling needs. Built to be reliable and high quality wh...ile being affordable. Read More

Kali Protectives
$12.95 at Cambria Bicycle Outfitter

Whether you ride BMX dirt, ramp or street--or even skate--the Raja stunt helmet is a great choice. Featuring a rugged thermoplasti...c ABS shell and a perfect-fitting washable, adjustable, anti-microbial pad set, the Raja will match up with whatever your dis Read More

Kali Protectives
$12.95 at Cambria Bicycle Outfitter

Whether you ride BMX dirt, ramp or street--or even skate--the Raja stunt helmet is a great choice. Featuring a rugged thermoplasti...c ABS shell and a perfect-fitting washable, adjustable, anti-microbial pad set, the Raja will match up with whatever your dis Read More

Head
$519.99 at Amazon

Head's Revive line is the perfect bike for those who want an aerodynamic and lightweight aluminum bicycle without the forward lean...ing design of a road bike. The Reviver's feature Vitoria Semi-Slick 700 x 32 C tires, WTB Fitness specific Street-Smart Speed Saddles, Shimano Altus M-310 Shifters and Derailleurs. The men's frame is available in 18 and 22 inch and the women's is 17 and 21 inch. Read More

Head
$489.99 at Amazon

Head Accel's are all about the road. Slick Kenda 700c tires, lightweight aluminum frames and parts and a design that is uniquely H...ead. The NX Head Bikes are fully equipped with Shimano A070 STI Shifters, A070 Derailleurs and is a 21 speed all on a lightweight aluminum frame. WTB Volt saddles on the men's and She Speed on the women's. Men's Frames are available in 49/53/56/and 59 cm and women's frames are 47/51/and 54 cm. Read More

Q-Tubes
$10.00 at Backcountry

The Q-Tubes Road Bike Tube isn't expensive but it is pretty necessary, so it's always a good idea to have two or three around, jus...t in case. Keep 'em wherever, and rest assured that their durable design and reliable Presta valve will lock in the air, at least until you run over another broken bottle. Read More

Topeak
$49.95 $37.46 at Backcountry

When bikepacking or touring, your mode of transportation is usually left out in the elements, even while you seek shelter. Topeak'...s Bike Cover, however, gives your bike a safe haven during foul weather. The cover is constructed from 190T Nylon for durability and measures 178 x 63 x 100cm to fit most mountain bikes and road bikes. The Topeak Bike cover folds small and stows in its own, attached bag for easy portaging. Read More

Tri All 3 Sports
$550.00 at Backcountry

The Tri All 3 Sports Velo Safe Custom Road Bike Case is the best option on the planet for shipping or traveling with your bike. Co...nstructed from nearly indestructible polyethylene, the Velo Safe won't be punctured or crushed during transport. Four commercial-grade caster wheels and convenient hand straps make moving the case around a breeze. For security, the industrial-strength latches can be locked to keep your baby safe inside. The biggest advantage of the Velo Safe is the ease of packing the bike up. You simply turn the bars to one side, pull off the wheels, and strap everything in. It's that simple. The total outside dimensions come to 115". Most airlines qualify this as oversized baggage, and will charge you roughly $100 extra. The rules are always changing, though, so you should definitely check with them before heading to the airport. Read More

rimSkin
$21.95 at Amazon

Easy and quick installation with no tools, glue, paints, or batteries required Adds safety and style by making your wheels more vi...sible on the road Includes 9 rimSkin strips enough for 1 wheel both sides with a spare, applicator squeegee, and instructions Non-permanent way to customize your wheels Available in solid, metallic, reflective, glow in the dark, and more Read More

Retrospec Bicycles
$389.99 at Amazon

Conquer the competition on and off the track with the Retrospec Amok Cyclocross. Our urban warrior is cyclocross by design, but we...'ve constructed it to be the ideal commuting companion, too. Whether you ride the convertible single-speed or the heftier nine-speed, our ultra-light but reinforced 4130 chromoly frame will carry you far ahead any adversaries. Trek across road and dirt alike on our beefy Kenda Small Block 8 tires, specially designed to tackle wet and dry and firm and loose ground. We've included a robust 3/32" chain and chain ring and our own Retrospec thin freestyle platform pedals to withstand tough riding. The cable welding is on the top of the top tube for easy transporting. Our rear drop is forged with a derailleur hanger, ready to be customized any way you like, and the nine-speed Amok is clad with a Shimano Altus 9-speed derailleur with a micro SHIFT thumb shifter. Our race-ready geometry will transport you up and down and around the asphalted streets of your urban jungle, no questions asked. Read More

rimSkin
$40.95 at Amazon

Easy and quick installation with no tools, glue, paints, or batteries required Adds safety and style by making your wheels more vi...sible on the road Includes 9 rimSkin strips enough for 1 wheel both sides with a spare, applicator squeegee, and instructions Non-permanent way to customize your wheels Available in solid, metallic, reflective, glow in the dark, and more Read More

Head
$489.99 at Amazon

Head Accel's are all about the road. Slick Kenda 700c tires, lightweight aluminum frames and parts and a design that is uniquely H...ead. The NX Head Bikes are fully equipped with Shimano A070 STI Shifters, A070 Derailleurs and is a 21 speed all on a lightweight aluminum frame. WTB Volt saddles on the men's and She Speed on the women's. Men's Frames are available in 49/53/56/and 59 cm and women's frames are 47/51/and 54 cm. Read More

Victory
$244.77 at Amazon

The Victory Vision has what it takes to tame the road. It features a 20" alloy frame, Shimano drivetrain, 12 speeds, double wall a...lloy rims, and caliper brakes. Read More

Giordano
$449.99 at Amazon

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mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-priority:99; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:10.0pt; font-family:"Times New Roman","serif";} </style> <![endif]--> <p class="MsoNormal" style="line-height: 115%;"><span class="apple-style-span"><span style="font-size: 11pt; line-height: 115%; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Finally, a real road bike for smaller riders!</span></span><span class="apple-converted-space"><span style="font-size: 11pt; line-height: 115%; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> </span></span><span style="font-size: 11pt; line-height: 115%; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"><br /> </span><span style="font-size: 11pt; line-height: 115%; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif";"></span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="line-height: 115%;"><span style="font-size: 11pt; line-height: 115%; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif";">The 24 inch Giordano Libero 1.6 features a beautifully made hand crafted lightweight 6061 aluminum frame, precision 16 speed Shimano STI equipped drive train, and light but strong 700cc wheels all at an absolutely incredible value. This stunning Italian inspired road bike packs a powerful punch without breaking the bank and is certain to remain a favorite weapon for novice cyclists looking to speed past the competition. Available in 24? Boy?s 16? and Girl?s models 14.75?</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif";">Main Features:</span></strong></p> <ul style="margin-top: 0in;" type="disc"> <li class="MsoNormal" style="color: black; margin-bottom: 6pt; line-height: 115%;"><span style="font-size: 11pt; line-height: 115%; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif";">Lightweight hand crafted 6061 aluminum frame </span></li> <li class="MsoNormal" style="color: black; margin-top: 6pt; margin-bottom: 6pt; line-height: 115%;"><span style="font-size: 11pt; line-height: 115%; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif";">24? Alloy Rims</span></li> <li class="MsoNormal" style="color: black; margin-top: 6pt; margin-bottom: 6pt; line-height: 115%;"><span style="font-size: 11pt; line-height: 115%; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif";">1 1/8? Threadless stem </span></li> <li class="MsoNormal" style="color: black; margin-top: 6pt; margin-bottom: 6pt; line-height: 115%;"><span style="font-size: 11pt; line-height: 115%; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif";">16-speed Shimano STI drive train<span>  </span></span></li> </ul> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Complete specifications:</span></strong></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Frame</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> - 6061 Aluminum with replaceable derailleur hanger</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Fork</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> - High Tensile Steel</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Headset</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> - Steel Threadless 1 1/8?</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Handlebar</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> - Alloy 40cm c/c </span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Stem</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> - Uno Alloy Threadless 1 1/8? 90mm x -10 deg</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Shifters</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> - Shimano ST2300 STI 16 Speed with integrated brake levers</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Rear Derailleur</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> - Shimano RD2300</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Front Derailleur</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> - Shimano FDAO50</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Brakes</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> - Alloy Side Pull Front and Rear</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Crank</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> - Prowheel Alloy Arms 165mm 42/52</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Bottom</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> <strong>Bracket</strong> - VP Cartridge Square Taper</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Cassette</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> - Shimano CS HG30 8 Speed 11-30</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Rims</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> - Vitesse Alloy 24inch 32 hole High V-Profile Silver</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Hubs</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> - Alloy 32 hole front and rear with quick release</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Tires</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> - 24 x 1 3/8 Black Road Clincher</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Saddle</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> - Velo Road Steel Rails</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Seat Post</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> - 27.2 x 300mm Alloy Black</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Pedals</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> - VP Plastic Body with Alloy Cages</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Seatpost Clam</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">p - Alloy Black</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in; padding-left: 60px;"><strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Weight</span></strong><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;"> - 24lbs</span></p> <p class="MsoNormal" style="margin: 6pt 0in;"><em><span style="font-size: 11pt; font-family: "Calibri","sans-serif"; color: black;">Professional Assembly is recommended for your safety and riding enjoyment.</span></em></p> Read More

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