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Specialized Dolce Sport - Women's
$970.00
Every new horizon looks sweeter when you're riding the Specialized Dolce Sport. Light, fast, and fun: simple words that can't describe the quick-handling, smooth-pedaling feel of Specialized's A1 Premium aluminum frame and FACT carbon fork. With grippy Specialized tires and corner-carving Axis 1.0 wheels, you'll start adding bonus miles to the route home. Integrated shifters, smooth, easy lever action, and a gear range that topples mountains are right under your hands thanks to Shimano's 18-speed Sora drivetrain. And when it comes to comfort, Specialized's women's-specific components have you covered.
Liv Avail Advanced 2
$2,100.00
From epic solo adventures to group road rides, Avail is light, comfortable and engineered for female riders. Light and lively on the climbs and supremely confident on the descents, this versatile endurance road bike will help you cover miles with confidence and ease. Avail Advanced is built around an Advanced-grade composite frame that features an exceptionally lightweight endurance geometry with a special carbon layup tuned specifically women. The D-Fuse seatpost reduces road vibration, keeping you fresh for the long haul. Disc brake technology provides confidence and control in variable weather, maintaining stopping power on wet roads, while also accommodating larger tire sizes. This bike also features OverDrive steerer tube for increased frontal stiffness and precise steering, along with the PowerCore bottom bracket for pedaling efficiency.
Foundry Overland Rival 22
$2,695.00
Foundry’s Overland Rival 22 is the ultimate bike for riders seeking year-round adventures. The Overland is ready to spend spring exploring winding gravel roads, summer on epic road rides, and fall getting down and dirty on the 'cross circuit. Crafted from 3AL/2.4V titanium and paired to a Whisky No. 9 carbon fork, this regal steed delivers a buttery smooth ride with the performance for any season. Front and rear thru-axles secure DT Swiss R24 wheels that deftly carve hairpin turns and track through frozen ruts in cyclocross chaos. SRAM’s Rival 22 drivetrain delivers the gear range and crisp shifting you need to conquer every ride, and the Rival hydraulic disc brakes provide tremendous control in all conditions. The Overland gets the Zipp Service Course treatment with high-performance bars, stem, and seatpost for strength, low weight, and comfort. This bike is special and you can set it up for just about anything. Throw fenders on for early season training, or mount up some 40c tires for max air volume during bumpy gravel epics. Do it all and have the time of your life doing it on the Overland.
All-City Space Horse
$1,150.00
The Space Horse is the most versatile model in the All-City line. The 612 Select steel frame was designed to accommodate front and rear racks and fenders with a load capacity of 30lbs in the rear and 20lbs up front. The geometry is a mix of traditional road and randonneur geos with a relatively short rear end and a bottom bracket that’s lower than a road bike. This gives the bike agile handling and increased stability when loaded. The lower BB also helps you descend gravel roads like a champ. A 2x10-speed Shimano Tiagra drivetrain promises smooth shifts and hill-topping gearing for miles to come, while a pair of Alex/Tiagra wheels equipped with 700x35c trekking tires and a pair of Tektro cantilever brakes keep the fun under control. Salsa cockpit components and an All-City saddle provide excellent rider contact points. And all the usual All-City details are present, including a pump peg, rust-fighting ED coating, a stylish integrated seatpost clamp, and internal top tube cable routing. All-City even improved the semi-horizontal dropouts. The small tab on the front of the dropout in combination with the adjustment screw means that the wheel is fixed in place like a vertical dropout system. You’ll never have to wonder where to get the best shifting. Simply place the wheel fully forward in the dropout and you're done.
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