Saturday September 8th is our Annual Sidewalk Sale.
Drop by for amazing end of season deals:
• All 2012 & Older Bikes on Sale - Some at Cost or lower!
• Clothing, Shoes and Helmets on for 30 - 60% Off
• Garage Sale Items - Used, NOS and Clearance at Super-Cheap Prices
• Rent Your Own Table for $10 and Sell all Your Old Stuff - give us a call at 780-439-4599 to reserve your spot - table rental proceeds to EMBA.
• Door Crashers (sorry, you can't buy them before the sale for this price):
'11 Fox TALAS 140 Terralogic Tapered Fork, was $1185, Now $500
Gary Fisher Presidio Cyclocross Frame 59cm and Fork w/ Chris King Headset, was $1300, Now $500
'11 Trek Remedy 8 was $3500, Below Cost Cash/Debit Price: $2200 (Credit card add 5%)
Chris King Headsets; 1 Pewter, 1 Pink was $220, Now $100
More Specials in Store - Be there early for the best deals.
Every August Trek hosts it's North American dealers at it's headquarters in Wisconsin to check out the 2013 bikes and bike stuff. Hardcore was there in force and we had fun demo-ing bikes, eating deep-fried cheese curds (a Wisconsin specialty) and checking out all the new cool stuff.
Highlights of the show were the new aero Madones, the new smooth riding Domane (pronounced Doe-man-eh apparently), the super-light "Apollo" project carbon Superfly bikes and the superfun Stache 29er trailbike hardtail. The new bikes will start showing up in the shop any day now so stay tuned
Watching the Tour de France gets us all fired up to go do some epic road rides. If your ride isn't up to the task, drop by the shop during the Tour and we'll hook you up with a super-nice new road bike for a super-nice price. Details in store.
Here's some of the deals but there are more in store so drop by the Shop:
Trek Madone 5.9 Ultegra Di2 54cm: was $5100, Sale: $4399.99
BH Prisma 56cm: was $3650.00, Sale: $2949.99
2011 Trek Madone 5.2 60cm: was $3500.00, Sale: $2699.99
We just built up this amazing BH G5 -- what a bike! With it's Campy Super Record 11 Speed compontents, ENVE 3.4 Smart Sytem wheels and Enve Cockpit it is pretty tough to upgrade anything here.
The G5 is BH's aero road racing frameset and has BH firsts like the all-carbon cable stops and front derailleur hanger as well as the slotted cable guide for an ultra clean and aero look.
Here's more info on the G5: http://www.bhbikes-us.com/bikes/detail/9
Most poeple buying a G5 settle for Dura Ace or SRAM Red but this customer decided to go with the best and spec'd Campagnolo Super Record. These components are the highest end grouppo Camy makes save their new electronic system and their is enough carbon and titanium to keep even a hardcore weight weenie happy. But these components aren't just light, they are durable and comfortable to use.
The Enve bar and stem are incredibly nice, light and stiff and should be coming from the leaders in carbon technology. The highlight is definitely the wheels though; the new Enve 3.4 Smart system carbon clincher wheels feature a shallower, wider front rim and a narrower, deeper rear rim. This system is carried over from their deep section 6.7 wheelset and is amazingly aero yet stable.
Here's more info on the wheelset: http://www.enve.com/wheels/road/3.4.aspx
There's an old saying in the bike business: "Light, Strong, Cheap; Pick Two." Obviously this bike isn't going to be cheap but the saying needs to include the word "Beautiful" somehow because this bike has amazing lines and looks like it is going fast standing still. This is a 57cm frame. Complete as built: $10.5k. Ultegra, Dura Ace and Red build options avaiable for less money.