“Sempre” means forever in Italian. And the Bianchi Sempre is a bike that makes you feel like you can ride forever. Light and responsive full-carbon fiber frame and fork, Ultegra Di2 electronic shifting, Fulcrum wheels, and subtle yet eye catching styling makes this a real screamer. We’ve got 2 lightly used demo bikes, completely serviced and ready for years of fast, smooth riding. 53 and 57cm available. MSRP on these bikes is $5000, our demos are priced to fly at $3350.
Next up in our demo fleet is a Santa Cruz Juliana. Its a medium frame, DXC build kit (deore, rockshox, avid). MSRP $1700, on sale for $900. We also have an XS size available. This is a great bike to get into mountain biking with or upgrade your hardtail to see why full suspension is the beez kneez. All of our demo bikes have been completely tuned and are ready to ride, have low mileage, and are in great shape cosmetically.
We’ve got our demo fleet ready to ride and roll out the door at blowout prices. First up is this 2013 Santa Cruz Tallboy Carbon. This beauty is a size large, equipped with the RXC build kit (mix of SLX, Deore, XT, Avid) with a Fox fork and rear shock, thru-axles front and rear. The Tallboy is simply the best 29er xc bike out there. List price is $4200, our lightly used demo is ready to go for $2850.
Now through March 1, we’ve got a super deal on the Continental Winter Contact tire. BUY ONE GET ONE FREE! This is simply the best overall winter tire for commuting. A soft rubber compound coupled with micro-siping tread pattern really increases traction in snow and ice, without the bulk of a studded tire. Get a pair now for the rest of the season, or be just prepared for next winter. We’ve got them in 700×37, 700×42, and 26 x 1.9 sizes.
Time for some deals on in-stock bikes. First up is a Surly Pugsley. It is a 2013 model, size 18″ (medium). It is the stock build. Ready to roll out the door for only $1150 (list price $1700). Keep your eyes peeled here in the coming days and weeks for more deals.
Though I realize that nobody even looks at this blog anymore, I gotta do it.
Some stuff has been flying around (hitting the fan) this week regarding bike mechanics, their level of pay, and their overall worth.
The more I read, the more bitter I got, so I had to write something up of my own. You sure don’t have to agree with me or my point of view, but please take the time to read it.
Now that that’s out there, I want to speak up and say a HUGE THANKS to you, Gene and Jennifer. For giving me the opportunity that you did, for allowing me to be the best I could be at my job (I’m not perfect), for trusting me to do things right, and for recognizing my worth as an employee. I love you both.
That is all. Greetings from Fort Collins.
We will be closed Saturday, Sunday and Monday for the Labor day holiday. Have a great weekend!
Listen up, we’ve got the hottest Santa Cruz Mountain Bikes (& the hottest demo crue) in town for your complete riding pleasure. Sunday, August 11 at Lebanon Hills. Come on out and ride the Bronson, Tallboy, Solo. Drink all of Bama’s beer, too. Braaap!
Sorry, can’t seem go get the embed code to work, so you’ll have to physically click on the link. Tough I know, but trust me it’s worth the effort.
You’re welcome. bh
Thanks to the Bike Snob I came across this, which had me happily occupied for a while enjoying the idiocy. I highly encourage you to take a peruse, and hope that you are as entertained as I was. Honestly, I think I do want one of those bumper stickers though…
Addendum: One of my favorite posts is “Happy New Year”. Anybody want to go for a ride with me on December 35th?
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