Posted: March 8th, 2013 | Filed under: Accessories, Components, Featured, Products, Sale, Specialized, Tires | Tags: 26X1.9, 29er, 29X1.9, 29X1.95, control, ground control, mountain bike, mtb, Renegade, S-WORKS, specialized, tire, tires | No Comments »
Whether you enjoy riding hard pack trails, mixing up your commute, or just want the lightest MTB tire, we have just the thing for you. As a matter of fact, we have enough “fast” mountain bike tires that we are putting them on sale. Swing in soon and check out the discounts on some very sought after tires.
Posted: November 15th, 2012 | Filed under: Featured, Sale, Shoes Apparel Helmets, Uncategorized | Tags: 2012, body geometry, Comp, ember, expert, mtb, riata, road, S-WORKS, Sale, sh-m087, sh-m087G, sh-r087, sh-r087g, sh-wr41, Shimano, specialized, spirita, SPORT, women's, wrm62 | No Comments »
Whether you’re looking to upgrade your cycling shoes some top-end kit or you’re looking to take your first plunge into the world of clipless pedal cycling, stop by and check out our selection of 2012 cycling shoes, all on sale. You can save over $100 on shoes from Specialized and Shimano, so regardless of your needs, we’ve got your shoes. Check out the models and pricing after the jump or just stop by the shop.
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Posted: November 6th, 2012 | Filed under: Featured, On Sale, Products, Shoes Apparel Helmets, Specialized, Uncategorized | Tags: 2012 s-works, 2013, road shoes, S-WORKS, s-works road shoes, Sale, shoe sale, shoes, specialized | No Comments »
Yup. They’re finally here. Like a lot of S-WORKS products, it’s hard to image how they could get any better, but leave it to the designers and engineers at Specialized to figure out how to make the best even better. The 2013 S-WORKS Road Shoes are indeed lighter, stiffer, and better fitting* than the previous generation. We have a couple of popular full-sizes in stock and we’ll be getting in more sizes and half sizes really soon. Check out the link for more info and stop by to check out the new hotness.
And as you might expect, with the arrival of the new 2013 S-WORKS Road shoes comes a sale on the 2012 shoes. The shoe that, as of a few weeks ago, was the lightest, stiffest, best-est shoe money could buy is now just $250 (regularly $360), so if you’re looking for an amazing shoe at an amazing price, come by and get yours. We also ave lots of other 2012 shoes on sale, from both Specialized and Shimano, so the S-WORKS kicks aren’t in the budget but you still need a great new riding shoe, we’ve got what you need.
*Please note that the fit of the 2013 shoes is significantly different than earlier versions, so we strongly recommend that you come in and try on the shoes before you buy a pair. Specifically, the new shoes seem to run a little bit bigger, so don’t be surprised if you go down up to a full size.
Posted: August 1st, 2012 | Filed under: Featured, Road Bikes, Sale | Tags: 2012, di2, dura-ace, red, roubaix pro, roubaix sl3, roubaix sl3 pro, S-WORKS, s-works roubaix, s-works tarmac, Sale, sl3, SRAM, SRAM RED, tarmac, tarmac sl4, ui2 | No Comments »
If you’re finally ready to get your dream bike but you’re not ready to wait for the 2013 models, come by and check out our selection of Specialized S-WORKS and Pro level bikes, all of which are on sale. Scroll down for specific models and sizes, but the prices are too low to advertise, so please call or stop by for the sale price.
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Posted: April 1st, 2012 | Filed under: Featured, Mountain Bikes, Products, Specialized | Tags: 2012, 29, 29er, epic, S-WORKS, specialized, XTR | 2 Comments »
The Specialized S-Works Epic Carbon 29 XTR is such an amazing bike that it’s hard to describe, in large part because there’s nothing you can really compare it to. I mean really, name another full suspension 29er XC Race bike that weighs just over 20 lbs and has won multiple world championships. I dare you. They just don’t exist.
You know what else doesn’t exist? ANY 2012 S-Works Epics. Specialized just isn’t making any more, and we just got rid of the last one available. In the country. Until 2013. Yup. We know.
But don’t worry, we’ve got the Epic Comp 29 (1/3 the price of the S-Works) in stock, in your size. Check out more info after the jump.
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Posted: November 12th, 2011 | Filed under: Featured, Products, Road Bikes, Specialized | Tags: 2012, amira, S-WORKS, sl4, specialized, tarmac, tarmac sl4, venge | No Comments »
2012 is shaping up to be quite the year for Specialized. The Venge was introduced on a Wednesday this past spring and was promptly ridden to victory at Milan-San Remo, the Amira got a complete redesign to make the best women’s race bike even better, and now we’ve got the 2012 Tarmac SL4.
The Tarmac has won the Tour de France, the Giro d’Italia, the Tour of Flanders, and hundreds of other races since it’s debut half a dozen years ago. It’s gone through a lot of changes since 2005, but the Tarmac has always distinguished itself has being the best combination of the most sought-after attributes. Specialized, as it so often does, distilled the description of the bike down to its essence: Nothing is Stiffer and Lighter.
The new 2012 Tarmac SL4 continues the tradition of innovation by increasing overall torsional stiffness, decreasing the total weight of the frameset, but the icing on the cake is that the engineers in California somehow managed to do all that while make the bike more vertically compliant, aka more comfortable.
If you’re into numbers and graphs, check out the info below. You can find a lighter bike, you can’t find a stiffer bike, and definitely can’t find a lighter and stiffer bike. Combine this winning combo with handling that’s second to none and comfort rarely seen on a competition bike, and you’ve got what might be the best road bike, ever. If you want to find out what this kind of performance feels like, stop by the shop for a test ride and/or spend a day one of our demo Tarmacs.
Posted: June 21st, 2011 | Filed under: Featured, Products, Specialized, Video, Womens Bikes | Tags: 2012, amira, S-WORKS, specialized, SRAM, video, women specific | No Comments »
2012 Specialized S-WORKS Amira, all black
The Specialized Amira – a true race bike, designed for women from the ground up – debuted in 2010, but it’s getting some big time changes for 2012. Taking cues from both the Roubaix SL3 and the Tarmac SL3, the new Amira is lighter and stiffer that the first generation.
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Posted: May 9th, 2011 | Filed under: Featured, Products, Specialized | Tags: 2012, road bike, S-WORKS, specialized, venge | 2 Comments »
We know it’s a tired reference, but c’mon: if Darth Vader had a bike, it’d be a Project Black 2012 Specialized S-WORKS Venge. Hopefully in a 56, cuz that’s what we have in stock. Read More »
Posted: March 19th, 2011 | Filed under: Featured, Products, Race, Road Bikes, Specialized | Tags: 2011, race, S-WORKS, specialized, venge | 2 Comments »
So, uh, remember that bike that Specialized announced on Wednesday? Well, Matt Goss from HTC-Highroad just rode it to victory in the 2011 Milan-San Remo Spring Classic! We’ll check the record books, but this might be the first time a bike was ridden to victory in it’s debut race. One-for-one, batting 1000, however you want to say it, the new Venge is off to an amazing start.
Posted: March 17th, 2011 | Filed under: Featured, Products, Road Bikes, Specialized | Tags: 2011, S-WORKS, specialized, venge | No Comments »
This doesn’t happen often, so you’ll have to excuse our unbridled enthusiasm; SPECIALIZED JUST ANNOUNCED A COMPLETELY NEW ROAD BIKE! The S-WORKS Venge – developed with McLaren Racing (F1, anybody?) and soon to debut at Milan-San Remo – is not just a new bike, it’s a whole new category of bike: Complete Performance. The Venge will be offered four ways initially: SRAM ($8800, pictured below), Dura-Ace ($9200), Frameset ($3800), and for the first time ever, an above S-WORKS version, the S-WORKS + McLaren ($TBA, pictured above).
Blending the stiffness-to-weight supremacy of the Tarmac SL3 with the aero-dynamic wizardry of the Shiv, the Venge gives riders the best of both worlds. Check out the link, tune into Milan-San Remo, and add the word “Venge” to your cycling vocabulary.