We. Sell. Bikes. More importantly, we've got the service track record to keep you rolling for years after the sale. Some of these brands are available elsewhere, and some aren't - but when you purchase through us, here's what you can expect: Free shipping. Free professional assembly. *AND* 12 months of free tuneups (labor only; does not include parts).
We're repping some great brands this year, including:
Top quality enduro, downhill, and all-mountain bikes, plus a new gravel model unlike anything you've ever imagined or seen before. Except, you CAN see it when you visit the shop, because we have a demo model!
Niner Bikes is based in Fort Collins, Colorado, and offers a wide range of really incredibly badass bikes from gravel to mountain AND some e-bike options.
100% USA hand made titanium since 1981. If you know, you know. If you don't, visit moots.com and find out why these are some of the best bikes money can buy.
The name says it all, really. From their website: "Contrary to popular belief, we’re not a bunch of deranged, clown-obsessed, serial killer wannabes — well, not all of us. We’re not drunk 24/7 and we don’t live in the woods behind our office anymore. We make serious steel bikes for people who don’t take themselves too seriously."
Magnesium alloy pioneered by Allite, developed for (probably classified) aerospace usage... coming to a bike near you. These things are dope. The old problems of magnesium have been solved thanks to #science!
Enhanced mobility options from Sun Seeker, which represents the most complete line of recumbents anywhere. From pain-free two wheelers to the even more popular, comfortable and stable three wheelers.
Transition Bicycle Company turns out incredibly well built bikes and is based in Bellingham, WA. They're a rider owned company, and their factory store has beer taps in the workbench... enough said.
Borealis Fat Bikes
Borealis has been doing fat bikes since before fat bikes were cool. They've put on the World Fatbike Championships since 2015, and even their website is just "fatbike.com". They do one thing, and they do it well - producing bikes that can do ALL the things.