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Product Review: Framed Minnesota 3.0 Fat Bike

So I finally had a chance to take one of the new Framed fat bikes out for some real world, real snow testing. With a lot of early season snow … More »

Rider Profile: Richard Sealey

I’m hoping that this will be the first in a series of rider profiles. Occasionally getting to know one of our fellow riders a little bit more beyond the bike. I … More »

Endless Summer

Think back to last winter,to the cold, dreary, sunlight starved days. We’ve spent our winters skiing, snowboarding, sitting on the couch drinking beer and eating nachos or, dare I say riding the … More »

FAT BIKES!

So it’s been an amazing past couple days, 70+ degrees in the middle of October. If you didn’t get out and ride then shame on you. But as nice as … More »

2014 Closeouts!

There are some 2014 bikes still here that we’re closing out to make room for the 2015 bikes. Great chance to get a great bike at a killer deal. As … More »

What We Did This Summer

Well we went through another summer of neglecting the blog. Not that we intended to ignore the wilds of the internet we were just busy doing other things. If your craving … More »

Product Spotlight: Origin-8 Crawler

For many cyclists wintertime is a time to relax, take some time off the bike and away from targeted training before rebuilding their fitness in more favorable conditions. Others will … More »

Drummond Cycles & Bell Lap Coaching Mini Training Camp

  Join us for the third annual Drummond Cycles Mini Training Camp Friday, April 25th through Sunday, April 27, 2014  Join Richard Drummond and professional cycling coach Steve Weller of … More »

An aquamarine dream on a snowy day

This georgeous GURU is fully custom from tip to tale. Geometry is light touring and the material is Titanium for the ultimate buzzkill. Built with some snazzy custom eyeletes for … More »

Powertap G3 Wheelset

I’ve been building a flurry of Powertap G3 hubs lately into various rims and was particularly impressed by these which weighed in at a scant 1,650 g Using DT revolutions … More »