Finding a Pot of Gold in the small world of the Bike Biz.

Posted by on Aug 28, 2020 in Cyclists to Know, Memories, News, Seven Cycles, Suppliers | No Comments

The total number of employees at Seven Cycles fluctuated around twenty five, but only about eight occupied the small office on the customer facing side of the business, where I sat for ten years.  Colleagues would trickle in and out, but each had a huge impact on the culture.  The open floor plan of the […]

Quintessential

Posted by on Aug 28, 2020 in Cyclists to Know, Gravel Grind, Ride Report | No Comments

The Riga ride is an instant classic, and proves that the northwest corner of Connecticut needs to be explored more thoroughly.

John Martin’s Evergreen SL – Review

John Martin, friend, cyclist, founder of the Bradley Street Bicycle Co-Op recently took delivery of his Seven Cycles Evergreen SL, and was kind enough to write a review complete with photos: I am 30 years old with the bank account of an 18 year old. I work on bikes for a living, and have had […]

Cyclists to Know: John Pescatore

Posted by on Feb 22, 2016 in Cyclists to Know, News | No Comments

The first time I met John Pescatore we were congregating for a group ride on the front stoop of the Coffee Pedaler.  I could tell from the sling on his arm that he wouldn’t be joining us that morning, but equally obvious, was how badly he wanted to suit up.  “Just a few more weeks,” […]

Cyclists to Know: @bobbinnsprocket

Posted by on Jan 27, 2016 in Cyclists to Know, News, Reasons to Ride | One Comment

The discovery feature of Instagram has introduced me to inspiring people, brands, and endless cycling culture.  A few months ago I clicked on an image of a small bike on a pleasing dirt path because I wanted to be there on my bike.  The trail turned out to be in Connecticut, as did the poster, […]