The Modern Road Bike Continued

Posted by on Jul 31, 2018 in Hot Topics, News | One Comment

This is part two of my ramblings on what defines the “modern road bike.”  These are merely my opinions, and I am interested to hear yours as well.  I am working on the definition of a modern road bike because I am working on our next demo bike, which I hope will embody the idea of the modern road bike. Another […]

The Modern Road Bike

Posted by on Jul 25, 2018 in Hot Topics, News | No Comments

We met up with some friends who ride with the Pequot Cyclists of eastern Connecticut on the front lawn of Fox Farm Brewery midway through a True to Brew.  We were firmly in their neck of the woods, which is to say on roads without traffic that require frequent out of the saddle efforts before being […]

NAHBS – 2018

Posted by on Feb 25, 2018 in Hot Topics, News | No Comments

I overheard someone refer to the annual North American Handmade Bike Show as the “World Series of Bike Shows,” and I thought that sounded pretty appropriate.  My first trip to NAHBS was in 2010 when I worked the Seven Cycles booth in Richmond, Virginia.  That show opened my eyes to a whole new world of […]

#evergreening

Inspiration for your next ride is as simple as punching #evergreening into an Instagram search.  If you are like me, you’ll find yourself awestruck at the imagery people have recorded while they are off on their boundaryless bicycle pursuits. “Boundaryless,” I saw that description on the Seven Cycles website and it stuck with me.  Last […]

The Fuss.

Posted by on Nov 3, 2015 in Hot Topics, News | No Comments

“What is all the fuss about?”  Seems to be a question that gets asked more frequently than ever in the cycling industry.  When the question is presented to us, it is usually preceded by one of the following: Disc brakes on road bikes.  What is all of the fuss about? Gravel grinding.  What is all […]