Trek has unveiled all-new Boone models that are sure to dominate the cyclocross circuit this season.
Debuted by Telenet-Fidea and Katie Compton in the 2016/2017 Cyclocross World Cup race season, new Boone models were built with input from pro racers to ensure the strongest, fastest, and lightest ride possible. The all-new Boone is smoother and more balanced than ever before, with Front and Rear IsoSpeed decouplers that smooth out the course and double vertical compliance for stronger and longer rides.
Riders further benefit from Boone’s ultra-lightweight OCLV Carbon frame with built-in Carbon Armor that protects against even the roughest courses. Boone’s proven Pro CX race geometry brings it all together for a powerful, fast, and smooth ride.
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The all-new Super Commuter+ was born of Trek's greatest engineering minds and designed with painstaking attention to detail.
Say goodbye to your car, because your commute just got a lot more fun. Welcome to the pinnacle of e-bike technology.
Go farther, faster with the boost of powerful, intuitive pedal‑assist technology and sustained speeds of up to 28mph
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As the introduction of disc brakes has allowed for more adventurous riding and changed the landscape of road cycling, consumers and retailers alike have been asking for more versatile women-specific offerings.
Today, we’re releasing all-new additions to our award-winning Domane lineup designed specifically to meet the demands of this growing women’s market. Domane ALR 4 Disc Women’s and Domane SL 5 Disc Women’s are available to order immediately. The inclusion of our most popular Domane Disc models will strengthen what is already a best-in-class women’s road line.
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By: Sarah Reiter, Saris Bike Rack Product Manager
While some recommend that the choice of bicycle storage system is a function of the space available, I'm much more of a believer that the product selection should be selected more focused on you -- who you are and how you use your bikes.
There is a great quote from Anne of Green Gables author LM Montgomery that says "I'm glad that I live in a world where there are Octobers". Living in Madison, WI, I feel like she is speaking directly to us. I love October. The leaves change colors, the sun and light becomes vivid in a different way, and cool, crisp air allows us to bundle up in coats and boots, which feel so novel and new. October ushers in the change from the carefree summer time to the more indoor winter season. And, as many do in any period of change, it's a time to clean, organize, and get possessions in order.
One of the areas that inevitably become a focus for me is to figure out what to do with our family's bikes. Over the summer, we want our bikes to be at arm's length so that we can grab them and go. Whether it's a longer ride or a jaunt to the ice cream store, we want to be prepared so we can be spontaneous (I know, kinda a weird paradox). For several of us (who will remain nameless) that means keeping multiple bikes available so we have the right ride for the right ride, if you know what I mean. And, this means that our bikes begin to take up significant space, especially in the garage. Over the summer, this isn't a problem because we can easily park one car outside. During the winter, with the continuous threat of snow and icy windshields every morning, cars trump bikes in terms of convenience, cover and care.
All of this means that I have to spend some time organizing my stable of bikes. While some recommend that the choice of bicycle storage system is a function of the space available, I'm much more of a believer that the product selection should be selected more focused on you -- who you are and how you use your bikes.
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