The Fatbacks Have Arrived!

November 20, 2013

Peak Cycles is the newest Fatback dealer in the area and we already have two of their fatbikes in stock with more bikes and parts on the way!  Carefully handcrafted in Alaska, these fully geared fatbikes weigh in under 30 lbs and are ready for whatever wintry race or adventure you can throw at ’em!  Hydroformed alloy frames and forks keep weight down and performance up, offering all of the modern high-performance features and lightweight bike parts of a regular race bike, just adapted to fat tires.  This isn’t the novelty fatbike of five years ago!  Stop by the shop and check them out today!   Can’t wait to get into the store?  You can purchase the bikes HERE.  Jump past the break and see why we’re so excited about these latest arrivals!

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The new Fatback with SRAM X01 build. Handbuilt in the USA!

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2013 S-Works Stumpjumper FSR

November 16, 2013

Delivering the same incredible performance as the 2014 model, the 2013 S-Works Stumpjumper FSR is the best bang for your buck when looking for an all-day trail slayer. Why? Well, it’s on sale!  Originally $9,500, this bike is on sale for $6,650… that’s 30% off!  We have one size medium and one size large in the store.  Here some highlights of the this incredible bike’s features and bike parts:

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Featuring 5 inches of travel and moderately relaxed geometry, the Stumpjumper FSR is ready to go fast up and down hill.

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GoingTubeless? How to use Stans NoTubes by BikeParts.com

February 28, 2013

To go tubeless or not tubeless that is the question.  Or is it?  For anyone who wants higher performance and less flats but doesn’t mind a little extra installation time and maintenance, going tubeless is the best choice.  The trick is having the right set up and knowing which bike parts   or products to use.

Demonstrated in our recent instruction video,  How to use Stans NoTubes by BikeParts.com are step by step instructions to help you go tubeless.

From a performance standpoint, going tubeless is hard to beat.  It decreases rolling mass and a tubeless setup will allow you to run a lower tire pressure for better traction without risking pinch flats.  A properly installed tubeless tire system is capable of handling any condition and riding style.  Aside from our instructional video, following are the bike accessories you’ll need to get started.

See you on the trails!