Judging by the snow piling up against my window as I type this, it’s safe to say that winter is in full-swing here in Colorado. There’s no need to let the snow keep you from riding, though – come in and check out our latest fatbike arrival, the Specialized Fatboy Expert. A nicer spec than the base model Fatboy, the expert level Fatboy offers unparalleled performance in snow, ice and otherwise nasty conditions. So get off the rollers, get out of the gym and come see the features and bike parts that leave us drooling over this fat-tired offering from the big-S! Snow biking is here to stay, are you gonna be left out of this fun ride?
2014 Specialized Fatboy ExpertJanuary 13, 2014
Team Bike: Sam Cory’s new S-Works Demo 8December 12, 2013
After just one season of racing, the Peak Cycles/Bikeparts.com Gravity Team has proven to be one of the premier downhill squads in Colorado. One of the junior riders, Sam Cory, just got his race bike for the upcoming season built up. He’ll be riding a team-replica S-Works Demo 8, size large. Weighing in at 35 pounds and featuring the most advanced technology in the gravity game, this bike has proven to be the best choice for downhill racers. A Cane Creek Double Barrel shock, Rock Shox Boxxer Blackbox fork, Avid X0 gravity build kit and a mixture of Renthal and SDG cockpit components illustrate the bike’s pedigree. The build is rounded out by DT-Swiss DH rims laced to DT-240s hubs.
Jump past the break to check out the bike Sam will be shredding for 2014!
2014 Specialized FatboyDecember 9, 2013
Never one to be left out of all the fun, Specialized has joined Trek and many small brands in debuting a fatbike for the 2013/2014 winter. However, unlike Trek and many other brands, the Fatboy is mass produced in great numbers and available world-wide. With a carbon fork, press-fit bottom bracket and Sram 2×10 drivetrain, the Fatboy is definitely one of the more race-ready fatbikes available. The Fatboy also shares the same geometry as the legendary Specialized Stumpjumper, the first and longest mass-produced mountain bike in the world. Not just for racers, though, the frame has rear rack mounts for long rides and multi-day fun!
We’ve got a Fatboy in the shop just in time for winter here in Golden. Jump past the break to see what bike parts and features make this fatbike stand out from the rest!
2014 S-Works Stumpjumper HTNovember 23, 2013
What did Specialized do this year with one of the most successful hardtail race bikes on the market? Redesigned it and made it even better. Lighter, stiffer and packed with more technology than ever, Specialized still manages to blend innovation and simplicity in this impressive machine. Weighing in at 20 lbs. out-of-the-box for a size large, this year’s Stumpjumpers are lighter than ever. Jump past the break to see the features and bike parts that leave everyone drooling over this bike!
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!
2013 S-Works Stumpjumper FSRNovember 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: