Tuesday, September 20, 2011
What an incredible daily commuter bike. Simple and lightweight frame design is a great feature that Specialized boasts in it's 2012 Globe Daily 2. With an attached rear rack (load bearing up to 10K) for your backpack, groceries, or other gear, chain guard and fenders, to keep your pants and shoelaces will stay clean and free of the chain, your daily commute to work or school will be the easiest part of your day. Puncture resistant 700c tires have a deep tread and a flack jacket to protect you against debris and to give you extra traction in the rainy season. Shimano front derailleur and shift levers give a professional touch to this daily rider bike. Check it out today at Montrose Bike Shop!
Posted by Randy Kirk at 3:21 PM
Sunday, September 18, 2011
What more could you ask for in a cyclocross bike? Montrose Bike Shop now has the 2012 Specialized Crux in store! It has race-optimized geometry, tapered head tube, internal routing (new!!), and a carbon front fork for a great balance of strength, stiffness, and compliance. It's FSA Gossamer crankset is tough and reliable enough for the nastiest conditions. SRAM Apex 10 speed shifters that employ double-tap technology make shifting a breeze. SRAM handles more of the bikes hardware including: brakes, cassette, and deraileur. All around awesome bike for 2012, available at Montrose Bike Shop!
Posted by Randy Kirk at 3:10 PM
Specialized has released the 2012 model of the Tarmac, and Montrose Bike Shop has them! It is a road bikers dream as it is very lightweight, responsive, and fast. It has an oversized bottom bracket and long lasting bearings so you can put in work on this beautiful bike. The carbon fiber frame is oversized in all the right spots for optimal strength, as well as keeping some of the stays smaller to maintain compliance and to keep it light. As with the 2011 models, the 2x10 drivetrain gives an extra granny gear so you can tackle any climb you may face, and at the same time makes shifting easier and the bike lighter. With FSA chainset and cranks, and Shimano cassette, deraileurs, brakes, and shifters, you can be sure that all the hardware on this bike is built to last. Come check it out at Montrose Bike Shop today!
Posted by Randy Kirk at 3:04 PM