We have carried both Trek and Cannondale for many years and are proud to offer their high production bikes as excellent options in all categories. Last year, we added Parlee to our lineup as a high end, hand produced option. In the midst of these choices, was a gap. Many riders are looking for a high-end bike, but want something special on the downtube than the branding of a high production company. This customer wants something unique that is not like everything else on the road and we completely understand this perspective. We wanted to offer customers a variety of high end choices so that we can boast not only Trek’s Tour De France proven Madone and Cannondale’s Super Six EVO ridden by Liquigas, but also a lineup from both BMC and Look Cycles.
When looking to fill this gap in our product offering, BMC was a natural choice. Just one look at a BMC frame and you will understand how unique is the perfect word to describe these bikes. Even with the decals removed, one could easily pick out a BMC due to their one of a kind tube shapes. BMC offers a very strong line of TT bikes and is widely recognized as the choice of George Hincapie and his tour winning teammate Cadel Evans. Distribution has been refocused in the United States, resulting in a value-driven offering that is competitively priced.
Look Cycles carries a long history in the European market. Look blazed trails in carbon technology, providing Greg LeMond’s Lookcarbon bike during one of his Tour de France wins in the mid 80’s. Look Cycles offers a very small product line, with a proprietary one piece crank that is stiffer and lighter than most systems. Unlike many carbon frames, Look frames are not produced in Asia. Their flagship bike, the 695 Team is alone in frame/crankset technology.
With these choices, our world-class carbon bike selection coves every need and meets any expectations.