Whether you're commuting to work, turning left on the track, or just cruising the city streets, Surly's Steamroller is your rig of choice! Its tough chromoly frame and fork ride smooth like butter and deftly maneuver the pothole-strewn pavement of the urban jungle. Its agility comes from a geometry that leans more towards the road than the track. And with Fatties Fit Fine tire clearance, you can run comfy wide tires or even knobby 'cross rubber.
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Laying squarely at the intersection of tradition, technology, and performance, Colnago's C59 frameset is one of the most remarkable on the road. The story of its fabrication and development is as entertaining as the bike itself. Over 40 prototypes of the C59 were produced before the final version you see here was declared. Ernesto Colnago's famously rigorous standards were employed to maddening degrees, as per any of his models, but particularly those hand-made in the company's factory in Cambiago, Italy, which wear the storied "C" moniker (previously the C40, C50, etc.). The tubes and lugs are formed in proprietary stainless steel molds, which had to be developed because the molding pressures required to meet Colnago's assembly requirements were too great for the aluminum molds used far more commonly. Each component of each frame is hand-logged for quality assurance, and after completion, each frame is shipped to Tuscany where it's hand-painted by local artisans. In short, by the time you get your C59 frameset in your hands, you will see, before you even ride it, how incredible it is. But then you hop on, and you're amazed again. The C59's ride quality is excellent -- supple without being numb -- and yet it's stiff enough to be a sprinter's friend. The neutral geometry also breeds comfortable climbing and descending in equal measure. The C59's greatest feat, however, is its incredible handling. Diving in and out of the corners is supremely satisfying, making this a machine on which you'll be hunting for the most serpentine roads you can find. It's addicting. Frame: High Modulus Carbon Lugged / 100% made in Italy Fork: Colnago C59 full carbon Headset: Semi-Integrated Colnago 1 1/8" - 1 1/4" Seatpost: 31.6mm Front derailleur: braze-on required BB type: 68mm / English Frame weight (approx): 950g The color (BWW) is a special paint scheme designed just for our store!
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One look at the new ESX, and you know what this bike is about. It looks fast. And as the wind-tunnel data proves, it is fast. The most radical design ever created by Parlee took years to develop —and when it comes to performance, we’ll put it up against any other aero road bike on the market. Every road rider is drawn to the promise of more speed. Ride faster with less effort? Sure, who doesn’t want that? That’s the whole idea behind the “aero road” bike category. The question is, at what cost? What will you sacrifice to improve aerodynamic efficiency? Until now, the answer to that question has been pretty predictable. Ride quality gets sacrificed. As aero performance goes up, comfort goes down. Most aero road bikes put speed first, comfort last. Maybe pros can live with that on race day, but it’s less than ideal for an everyday road bike. That’s not a trade-off that Parlee has ever been willing to make. Parlee built our name on delivering superior ride quality. It’s what sets them apart. And it’s what led to the creation of the ESX. Several key technologies put this new bike in a class of its own. Its sleek, wind-cheating profile starts with a patented tube technology called Recurve. Bob Parlee’s background in designing and fabricating boats served this project well. His experience creating shapes and sections that move through fluid with optimal efficiency helped inform the design process of Recurve tubing. With its unique “fluted tail” shape, Recurve delivers the ideal blend of low drag and high torsional stiffness—along with road-smoothing comfort that is so often lacking in aero bikes. The other factor that was deemed critical from the start of the ESX project was weight. The typical way to improve aerodynamics is to create airfoils and added shapes—but a big part of the signature Parlee ride quality centers around a lightweight chassis. Adding material to create airfoils, or to shore up stiffness, wasn’t an option. In the end, after many prototypes and iterations, the design team was able to achieve its goal of hitting all the aerodynamic goals with a frame that still has excellent torsional stiffness and weighs less than 950 grams. All of the details on the ESX frameset contribute to its overall feel on the road. It features added clearance for larger 25-28c tires, which optimize speed and smoothness for all road surfaces. And its Recurve technology seatpost is available in 0 and 25mm setback sizes so you can dial in your position. Hidden cable routing for electronic or mechanical drivetrain systems comes standard, and the frame can accommodate internal Di2 batteries. The all-carbon PressFit 30 bottom bracket produces maximum pedaling stiffness and power transfer. The frame features direct mount, aerodynamic, integrated front and rear brakes.
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When Team Sky needed an edge for cobbled sections of the Tour and races like Paris Roubaix, Pinarello designed the Dogma K8-S, a bike that Sir Bradley Wiggins called a "game changer." That small shock you see in the back provides just enough travel to take the edge off sharp hits and repeated vibrations. These things sap your energy over the course of a day or a race. By saving that energy, when it comes time to drop the hammer, your legs are ready. Of course, the K8-S is quick, nimble and a dream to ride, after all, it's still a Pinarello. From Pinarello's super high-end T1100 carbon to the stiff chainstays to the wind-cheating FlatBack tube shapes, everything on the Dogma is crafted for speed. A seamlessly integrated tapered head tube housing Pinarello's voluptuous carbon fork provides laser-like steering while reducing wind resistance and weight. And, the sleek, internal cable routing allows you to run either electronic or mechanical shifting systems, with interchangeable cable stops for Campagnolo, Shimano, or SRAM components.
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Unparalleled speed, world-class aerodynamics, and Italian elegance combine to form Pinarello's Dogma F10 Frameset. The featherweight carbon construction, incredible power transfer, and ultra-responsive handling result in an otherworldly ride. From Pinarello's super high-end Torayca T1100 1K carbon, to the asymmetry of the chainstays, to the concave downtube shape taken from the Bolide TT, everything on the Dogma F10 is crafted for aero speed. A seamlessly integrated tapered head tube housing Pinarello's voluptuous Wave F10 carbon fork provides laser-like steering control while reducing wind resistance and weight. If using an electronic drivetrain, the Think2 System with E-Link allows you to integrate the electronic shifting controls directly into the downtube for an extremely clean setup. Additionally, the flat mount disc brakes provide supreme braking power in an extremely light, streamlined package.
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Unparalleled speed, world-class aerodynamics, and Italian elegance combine to form Pinarello's Dogma F10 Frameset. The featherweight carbon construction, incredible power transfer, and ultra-responsive handling result in an otherworldly ride. From Pinarello's super high-end Torayca T1100 1K carbon, to the asymmetry of the chainstays, to the concave downtube shape taken from the Bolide TT, everything on the Dogma F10 is crafted for aero speed. A seamlessly integrated tapered head tube housing Pinarello's voluptuous Onda carbon fork provides laser-like steering control while reducing wind resistance and weight. And, the sleek aerodynamic internal cable routing allows you to run either electronic or mechanical shifting systems, with interchangeable cable stops for Campagnolo, Shimano, or SRAM components.
Pegoretti's Marcelo is fabricated out of a proprietary Columbus Niobium Spirit air-hardened steel. The front triangle utilises the same tubing diameters as the Responsorium - in contrast the rear triangle has slightly larger cylindrical seat stays, that brings a little more stiffness to the overall ride. Like the Responsorium, the Marcelo also uses Pegoretti's hooded dropouts and a D11 headset. This is a great choice for stronger or heavier riders. The Marcelo still has the legendary comfortable ride of premium steel. Serial 8T14 For stock sizing, view https://dariopegoretti.com/ordering/standard-size-chart/
The Routt sits in the “Endurance” sub-category of Moots' Cross/Gravel frames. There’s three Routts available; the standard Routt reviewed, the racier Routt RSL, and the Routt 45 that’ll gobble up 45 mm tyres. The Routt is made from internally butted tubes that have been developed with metal masters Reynolds. That internal butting allows the tubes to have a wider diameter with thin walls, balancing strength and weight. Moots say the Routt’s maximum tyre clearance is 38mm.
The ‘Respo’ is one of Pegoretti's most popular frames because it does so many things well. It’s fast, exceptionally comfortable and thanks to its stainless steel construction, a natural choice for challenging environments. The Responsorium blends custom drawn Columbus XCR steel with Pegoretti signature hooded dropouts and 16mm cylindrical non-tapering stays. Coupled with its thinner walls and more extensive butting, the Responsorium affords a touch more vertical compliance than our other frames, making it a great choice for very long days in the saddle. The Responsorium is named after an album by Argentine musician, Dino Saluzzi. NOTEWORTHY Custom Columbus XCR stainless steel tubing Pegoretti hooded dropouts 16mm cylindrical non-tapering seat stays Chris King x Pegoretti D11 Headset Pegoretti Falz carbon fibre fork 70mm 36×24 TPI Italian bottom bracket shell 31.6 seatpost diameter Serial 2M12 For stock sizing, view https://dariopegoretti.com/ordering/standard-size-chart/
In an industry where three years is considered the normal lifespan of a bicycle design, our Z1 has stood alone. A design so advanced that it still continues to be a benchmark, not just for customizable carbon bikes, but also a true reference point for all road bikes with performance aspirations. For over a decade we have relentlessly refined and perfected the Z1, to keep it compatible with the latest components and performance needs. This begs the question: why introduce the Z-Zero? There have been several technical developments in our stock bikes the past three years that have allowed us to increase performance and reduce weight but not compromises comfort or durability. Most of these innovations now found in our Z5i and Z5SLi were thought too difficult or expensive to feature in a customizable design but the Z-Zero eliminates any semblance of compromise. The Z-Zero includes all the modern performance features of a cutting-edge race bike with the ride tuning and custom fit originally only available in the Z1. Unlike 99.9% of modern road bikes, the Z-Zero is 100% made to order, with the optimum performance characteristics and technical requirements perfectly met for each individual rider. We simply do not start fabrication without knowing the riders needs perfectly. Available in 16 effective semi-custom sizes and full custom geometry, the Z-Zero simply fits a wider range of athletes than any other carbon road design. Size chart available here: https://parleecycles.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Z-Zero-Geo-Chart.pdf
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