That come hither look at the doorway and a man on a boy’s bike; These are my companions riding a classic bay area cycling route. About fifty miles in length, Old La Honda-Tunitas Creek is a ride that you will find yourself wanting to do over and over. There are many different loops that can be added to suit your particular mood and weather. We’ve done it in the sun and the pouring rain–either condition is epic. The shed that Eric is so provocatively standing in front of is an open stopping place for snacks, water, tubes and coffee. You pay on the honor system and it operates during the daylight hours.
It may be a cold, dark and potentially rainy time of year but the prices on bikes in our Bargain Basement will warm you right up. Outstanding prices on the last of these models, like this beautiful Specialized Transition Comp seen below. Click on the picture below to see all the bikes in the basement.
We were fortunate to be delivered the first pair of Rolf Vigor Alpha wheels. The 33 mm deep alphas sport a new wider 22 mm rim extrusion. This takes the rim to tire shape from a Prince Puckler-like ice cream cone look, into an f-15 airfoil style interface. The new Rolfs weigh in at 1480 grams and have no limitations on them.