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Giant Defy Advanced 2
$1,949.99 - $1,990.00
Stay smooth, even on rough rides. This endurance road bike is purpose-built for your longest, hardest rides. This lightweight Advanced-grade composite frame features endurance geometry and engineered compliance for a smooth, high-performance ride. Its tube shapes are optimized to absorb road shocks and vibrations, yet they’re still stiff in ways that matter—for pedaling efficiency and precise, stable handling. It’s actually crafted with specific carbon layups to give it just the right feel. And integrated disc-brake technology, featuring flat mounts and 12mm thru-axles front and rear, gives you added control in all types of weather and road conditions. - Advanced-grade composite frame with D-Fuse composite seatpost - Advanced-grade composite fork with alloy/composite hybrid OverDrive steerer - Giant PR-2 Disc wheelset with Giant Gavia AC1 tubeless tires - Shimano 105 11-speed componentry - Giant Conduct hydraulic disc brakes
Surly Pacer
$1,649.00
Surly's Pacer is an all-day-adventurer, foul-weather-commuter, and back-roads-explorer with classically inspired style and an unmatched ride. The handling and comfort are courtesy of Surly's dedication to 4130 chromoly tubing, which is paired with a lugged fork that enhances steel's inherent ability to damp road buzz. No-nonsense wheels feature sturdy Alex rims laced to 105 hubs for a pair of hoops that can tackle inner-city commutes and fast-paced club rides. 10-speed Shimano 105 drivetrain components provide ample legs to take you over hill and dale, and the 28mm Schwalbe tires offer smooth-rolling traction. Final touches like clearance for 32mm tires, as well as rack and fender eyelets, keep the bike super versatile and ready for nearly anything.
Specialized Sequoia
$1,350.00
A 100 years ago, there were no road bikes and touring bikes—there were just bikes, and that didn't stop anyone from heading out into the wilderness. With this spirit, Specialized built their groundbreaking Sequoia. The Sequoia's path to adventure starts at the frame, which Specialized constructed from Premium Cr-Mo and stainless steel tubing. These materials are coveted for their strength, respectable weight, and tuned ride quality. Of course, this is only a piece of the equation, with the next being its dedicated Adventure Geometry that provides ample confidence over rough and smooth terrain. This geometry is unique in that it skews the line between a traditional road bike and a dedicated touring rig. You'll find an ample wheelbase and low bottom bracket for control, but the chainstays and tube angles ensure that you'll be able to travel efficiently and quickly, regardless of whether or not your rig is loaded. Digging into the details, the frame is outfitted with an ample number of mounts for bottles, racks, and fenders. And for the build, Specialized included reliable parts, like a mix of sturdy Shimano components, fuss-free mechanical disc brakes, and hand-built Hayfield wheels that are cased in wide, 2Bliss Ready tires.
Raleigh Clubman
Commute in style—or head out for some light touring—all on Raleigh's Clubman. Eye-catching only begins to describe this steel beauty, because it's also comfortable, rugged, and ready for wherever the pavement takes you. 700c wheels wrapped in Clement tires corner with confidence and help the miles roll away effortlessly. The Shimano Sora 9-speed drivetrain ensures easy shifting and plenty of gears. For a bike this quick, it sure takes stopping seriously with Tektro mechanical road disc brakes scrubbing speed in all weather conditions. The Clubman is topped off with reliable components from Raleigh, including fenders, to keep you rolling in style and comfort for years to come.
Raleigh Singulus
Speed through the bike leg on Raleigh's Singulus triathlon bike. Aerodynamic features such as teardrop-shaped aluminum tubing, a carbon fork and internal cable routing let you slice through the wind on any course. Component-wise, you get plenty of go-fast parts thanks to SRAM's Apex derailleurs and brakes, FSA cranks, and SRAM bar-end shifters. Avenir adds their tri-specific saddle, aluminum base bars and ski-bend aero extensions. Plus, it all rolls on aero wheels with high-quality Vittoria tires.
Raleigh Singulus
Speed through the race against the clock on Raleigh's Singulus. Aerodynamic features such as teardrop-shaped aluminum tubing, a carbon fork and internal cable routing let you slice through the air on any course. Component-wise, you get plenty of go-fast parts thanks to SRAM's Apex derailleurs and brakes, FSA cranks, and SRAM bar-end shifters. Raleigh adds their tri-specific saddle, aluminum base bars and ski-bend aero extensions. Plus, it all rolls on light Weinmann wheels with high-quality Vittoria tires. Watch out personal records, here comes the Singulus!
Diamondback Century
Diamondback's Century road bike incorporates cutting edge technologies and features at an affordable price. The frame uses their Enhanced Performance Geometry, and custom formed and butted aluminum tubes come standard. This results in a ride that's the best of both worlds, compliant and smooth without compromising performance. The component group they chose is up to the task, too: Tektro disc brakes and an 18-speed Shimano drivetrain make this bike stand out even more in its category. For beginning roadies or those who prefer a fatigue-fighting upright riding posture, the Century is an easy choice.
Giant TCR Advanced 2
$1,735.00
Climb faster. Corner quicker. Break away from the pack. For all-around road racing performance, look no further. The most efficient race bikes have the perfect balance of light weight, stiffness and smooth compliance on the road. The TCR Advanced delivers on all three, making it a versatile performer for competitive road riders. The Advanced-grade composite frame manages to shave every gram possible, while retaining pedal-stomping stiffness. The OverDrive steerer system and MegaDrive downtube are engineered for the precise handling so you can rail corners at speed. And the Variant seatpost is engineered for an ideal blend of efficiency and compliance—so you stay fresh until the finish on those big days in the saddle. - High-performance Advanced-grade composite frame with Variant composite seatpost - Advanced-grade composite fork with alloy/composite hybrid steerer - Giant PR-2 wheelset with Giant Gavia Race 1 tubeless tires - Shimano 105 11-speed componentry
Trek Emonda ALR 5
$1,449.99 $1,679.99 14% Savings
Lightweight aluminum perfection Every detail of the Émonda line serves the same audacious goal: to create the lightest line of production road bikes ever offered. Built with unmatched attention to balance and handling, Émonda ALR offers elegance on a new level, far surpassing the lightness and performance of many of its carbon competitors. Key features - Best New Road Bikes of 2016 by Bicycling Magazine - 300 Series Alpha Aluminum for ultimate light weight - Perfectly balanced, ultra-responsive ride feel - The world's lightest road line has the world's best warranty
Salsa Vaya Frameset
$899.00
Whether you’re on a fast tour or just taking your time, the Salsa Vaya is an extremely versatile machine that’s at home on everything from picture perfect lanes to less than ideal byways. It’s an adventure road and light touring bike built around a vibration-damping Kung Fu Chromoly steel frame and gravel-loving, thru-axle carbon fork with room for up to 50mm tires all around. Vaya's relaxed geometry provides comfort on any route, while rack and fender mounts provide options for carrying your necessities on a weekend of fun.
Ritchey Carbon Break-Away Road Frameset
$2,999.95
Ritchey's Carbon Break-Away frameset lets you easily travel with a lightweight, stiff yet silky smooth full carbon road machine. A carbon fiber bike for travel? Yes! Ritchey's carbon fiber frame is exceptionally durable and of course, brilliant to ride with the same performance you've come to expect from all Ritchey products. This is the perfect blend of travel convenience and no-compromise performance. • Carbon tubes designed from the ground up with optimal stiffness, ride quality and durability in mind • Tom Ritchey’s “Right-Sized” carbon tubing specification balances stiffness and compliance for a sublime ride quality • Classic Ritchey geometry • Ritchey WCS Carbon road fork included • Room for larger road tires (up to 700x28c depending on make and model) • Ritchey Break-Away travel case and padding included • Ritchey 4Nm Break-Away torque key included • Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, X-Large • Headset: WCS Integrated Drop-In 41.8 (included) • Front Derailleur: Braze-on • Bottom Bracket: 68mm English threaded
Ritchey Road Logic Frameset
$1,179.95
The new Road Logic offers a riding experience that's steeped with more than forty years of framebuilding heritage, innovation, and exploration. The beauty of its classic lines unites with modern building techniques and proven materials to deliver a contemporary bicycle that's wonderfully comfortable for long days in the saddle, nimble and stiff enough to win the sprint for that sign, and adequately adaptable to endure roads that might lack proper pavement. Destined to be a modern classic, Tom designed an all-new, heat-treated and triple-butted Ritchey Logic tubeset for the new Road Logic, featuring aggressively short-butted sections optimized for TIG welding that save weight and improve ride quality. Ritchey’s proprietary forged-and-machined integrated head tube uses standard drop-in bearings which saves 80 grams over a standard head tube design. Wrapped in an exquisite new Skyline Blue paint scheme, the new Road Logic also enjoys spacing for up to 30c tires and a new Ritchey Carbon Fork with wider tire clearance that will ensure you enjoy a lifetime of pedal turns. - Weight: 3.9lbs (55cm) - Fork: Painted to match Ritchey Full Carbon Fork - Headset: Logic Zero WCS drop in 1-1/8” (41.8 Campy) (included) - Bottom Bracket Drop: 70mm - Bottom Bracket: 68mm English threaded - Tire clearance up to 30c (depending on tire and rim manufacturer) - Seatpost: 27.2mm - 28.6 front derailleur clamp
Raleigh Merit 1
Set your goal, throw a leg over Raleigh's Merit 1, and discover a whole new perspective on two wheels! The aluminum frame and fork are nimble and confidence-inspiring, with a light and fast ride. Paired with Weinmann wheels and Kenda's high-quality tires, this is the bike that wants to go up hill, down hill, and everywhere you can ride. Total control is right at hand thanks to Shimano's easy-to-reach 16-speed Claris drivetrain. And with a supportive saddle and components from Raleigh, you'll find yourself taking the long way home.
Raleigh Merit 2
Raleigh's merit 2 is the traditional road bike's next step, incorporating next generation technology into a snappy road ride. The aluminum frame and fork are nimble and confidence-inspiring. Paired with Weinmann wheels and Kenda's high-quality tires, this is the bike that wants to go up hill, down hill, and everywhere you can ride. Front and rear thru-axles enhance frame stiffness and increase power transfer, meaning you'll get every last watt out of your sprint efforts. And the TRP Spyre disc brakes provide exceptional all-weather stopping power. Total control is right at hand, thanks to Shimano's smooth 18-speed Sora drivetrain. And with a supportive saddle and components from Raleigh, you'll find yourself taking the long way home.
Raleigh Merit 3
Raleigh's Merit 3 is built for versatility and comfort, for long days and varying road conditions. The aluminum frame and carbon fork are fast and stable. Paired with Weinmann wheels and Clement's high-quality tires, this bike wants to go up hill, downhill, and everywhere you can ride. Front and rear thru-axles enhance your efficiency and power transfer for a difference you can feel in the climbs and the sprints. Shimano's 11-speed 105 groupset offers smooth, reliable shifting and a wide gear range, so you can keep spinning when the road gets steep. TRP Spyre mechanical disc brakes keep the fun in check and keep you in control, no matter the weather. With a supportive saddle and components from Raleigh, you'll stay comfortable no matter how long your ride.
Raleigh Revere 1
Set your goal, throw a leg over Raleigh's Revere 1, and discover a whole new perspective on two wheels! The women's specific aluminum frame and fork are nimble and confidence-inspiring, with a light and fast ride. Paired with Weinmann wheels and Kenda's high-quality tires, this is the bike that wants to go up hill, down hill, and everywhere you can ride. Total control is right at hand thanks to Shimano's easy-to-reach 16-speed Claris drivetrain. And with a supportive saddle and components from Raleigh, you'll find yourself taking the long way home.
Raleigh Tamland 2
Saddle up and ride any road on Raleigh's adventure-oriented Tamland 2. A gravel-loving, fire road-crushing Reynolds 631 chromoly steel frame smooths road vibrations and provides stable, dependable handling when the conditions conspire for the opposite. A pair of tough Weinmann rims wrapped in fat 40c Clement tires blast over the rough stuff and keep you heading towards the horizon. Reeling in that elusive goal is possible with SRAM's 1 x 11-speed Force drivetrain; it boasts incredibly light action, lightning fast shifts, and ultra-efficient performance. Additionally, mechanical disc brakes from TRP provide confidence while a great selection of Raleigh components and a supportive Raleigh saddle keep ergonomics high no matter what road you're conquering.
Raleigh Willard 2
The gravel sings a siren song, luring you into all-day rides and off-the-grid adventures; succumb to the song with Raleigh's Willard 2. Your taste for gravel may never be sated, so the Willard keeps you going on a lightweight aluminum frame and a carbon fork that takes the edge off the chatter. Front and rear thru-axles ensure that you can keeping laying down the power and hold your line, even when that line is full of washboards. Weinmann lends their tough wheels to this dirt-road warrior, and Clement tires help you stick the corners with confidence on those long descents into the sunset. SRAM's uber-efficient 1 x 11-speed Apex 1 drivetrain gets you going fast and slips quickly and effortlessly into the right gear when the climbing gets steep, while still giving you enough gear to hammer on the flats. The Willard is topped off with Raleigh's durable aluminum components to keep you riding mile after mile after mile after...
Raleigh Women's Singulus
Speed through the bike leg on Raleigh's Singulus triathlon bike. Aerodynamic features such as teardrop-shaped aluminum tubing, a carbon fork and internal cable routing let you slice through the wind on any course. Component-wise, you get plenty of go-fast gear thanks to SRAM's Apex derailleurs and brakes, FSA cranks, and SRAM bar-end shifters. Avenir adds their tri-specific saddle, aluminum base bars and ski-bend extensions. Plus, it all rolls on aero wheels with high-quality Vittoria tires.
Diamondback Century 1
Diamondback's Century 1 is an endurance road bike designed for the rider who is looking for an alternative to the stereotypical fit and high prices of top end race oriented bikes. Using their Enhanced Performance Geometry, the frame incorporates a taller head tube to take the stress off your neck and back and provide a more comfortable fit. The frame is built from 7005 aluminum alloy with custom butted and formed tubing to deliver a balance of strength, durability, and light weight. It's outfitted with an amazing component group for its price: TRP disc brakes, an 11-speed Shimano 105 drivetrain, and HED wheels.
Diamondback Century 2
To put it simply: Diamondback's Century 2 road bike is at home on the road. Designed to be ridden all day, every day, the aluminum frame features our Enhanced Performance Geometry. With a slightly taller headtube than a road race bike, it helps the rider maintain a more upright, less fatiguing body position. With discomfort out of the way you're guaranteed to enjoy every part of your ride more—the Century 2 delivers. Shimano Ultegra 11-speed, hydraulic brakes, and 28mm Michelin tires on HED wheels complement the bike’s platform and reinforce its performance. For many of us, riding 100 miles is an exercise in surviving. The Century 2 turns those long rides into something to look forward to, not to dread. If you're an endurance rider or someone that prefers a more upright riding posture, this bike does not disappoint.
Diamondback Century Sport
Diamondback designed their Century Sport to remove as many barriers as possible for those on the fence about buying a road bike: from fit to ride quality to accessibility. If you're thinking about joining the ranks of road riders, this bike will make your decision easy. They've completely redesigned the line this year, improving their looks, features, and ride quality. The 7005 aluminum alloy frameset has formed tubes for durability and great power transfer, making it able to perform when called upon. The overall ride benefits from DB's Enhanced Performance Geometry, which utilizes a taller headtube to put you in a slightly more upright position than a race bike. Imperceptible to most, the advantages of EPG make themselves apparent towards the end of a ride, when your neck and back experience much less fatigue. The Century Sport has a 2×8 drivetrain and a great mix of FSA and Shimano components to keep you on the road, ensuring that your decision has some staying power.
Diamondback Haanjo
Diamondback's Haanjo is a road bike that defies definitions. Part road bike, part mountain bike, it is designed to let you choose how and where you want to ride—whether that’s commuting or offroad adventure. The Endurance Geometry is a little slacker than traditional road bikes to give you a more comfortable position and easy going handling. The 6061-T6 aluminum alloy is a hallmark of durability, and the fully butted and formed tube construction makes sure it is lightweight without sacrificing strength. A Shimano Sora 9-speed drivetrain provide ample gearing for the most variable terrain. The Gravel Disc alloy fork delivers steering precision up front, while the Avid disc brakes and fatter tires give you the confidence to keep going even when things get a little rough.
Diamondback Haanjo Comp
The only surprise in gravel riding’s popularity explosion is that it didn’t happen sooner: with so many dirt roads to explore, it only makes sense to head off the pavement. The Haanjo Comp is perfectly equipped to take on any route you choose: be it paved, gravel, or dirt. The Endurance Geometry will keep you comfortable all day in the saddle and the 6061-T6 aluminum alloy frame is just the thing for worry free durability. The fully butted and formed tubing construction strikes the perfect balance between light weight and strength, while the carbon leg fork takes the edge off rough road chatter. A 1×11 SRAM Apex drivetrain provides great range of gears and we’ve rounded it all out with reliably powerful SRAM disc brakes and semi-knobby tires for any terrain, anytime.
Diamondback Haanjo Tero
As more people take to exploring forgotten routes, Diamondback has kept pace with a diverse line of alternative road bikes. The Haanjo Tero is the easiest way to expand your riding horizons and break out of the ordinary. They used their Endurance Geometry for the lightweight aluminum frame, increasing stability and riding comfort over what you'd find on a traditional road bike. Because of this the Haanjo Tero tracks and turns well on all surfaces, from smooth pavement to loose gravel. A 2×8 speed Shimano drivetrain always has a gear for the terrain, whether it's mellow or tilted straight up. All-purpose wide tires find grip on everything and work together with disc brakes for extra confidence and control as you explore over the next rise in the road. And even though it’s a gravel grinder at heart, the Haanjo Tero also makes for an excellent commuter.
Diamondback Serios AF
Diamondback's Serios AF is a full carbon marvel, designed in collaboration with engineers from HED and KQ Studios, wind tunnel and ergo experts. In the real world of crosswinds and corners, this bike delivers a ride like none other. Unidirectional fibers allow for an ultralight and responsive ride, giving nimble and solid ride characteristics. The straight line speed of this bike is eclipsed only by its ability to corner. An adaptable fit ensures you’ll be concentrating on your cadence instead of a fatiguing body position. Finshed out with full Dura-Ace, HED Jet wheels, and HED Corsair bars, it features components that are right on track for setting new records.
Diamondback Serios F
Diamondback's Serios F is champ in the wind tunnel, but it’s outside where it really excels. In the real world of crosswinds and corners, this bike delivers a ride like none other. Unidirectional carbon fiber allows for an ultralight and responsive ride, giving nimble and solid ride characteristics. The straight line speed of this bike is eclipsed only by its ability to corner. An adaptable fit ensures you’ll be concentrating on your cadence instead of a fatiguing body position. Featuring a full Shimano Ultegra Di2 group and HED wheels, it is ready for race day. When every second counts, look to the Serios F to deliver.
Diamondback Serios F
The dark art of aerodynamics doesn’t always follow intuition: when Diamondback teamed with industry experts HED and KQ Studios to design the Serios F, they ended up with revolutionary profiles that produce only half the drag of competitors’ bikes. A champ in the wind tunnel, it’s outside where it excels. In the real world of crosswinds and corners, this bike outperforms all others. The Serios F frame is a worthy centerpiece. It is constructed with unidirectional carbon to keep it light and efficient. With unique headset spacers, it’s able to fit every body shape: able to keep the entire Optum pro team comfortable, so they can concentrate on going faster than ever before. The geometry is that of a bike that handles: up, down, around hairpins—conditions you’ll actually encounter in a time trial or triathlon. Featuring a full Shimano Ultegra group and HED wheels, it is ready for race day. When every second counts, look to the Serios F to deliver.
Bianchi Strada
The Strada is based on Bianchi's classic double-butted steel frames and proven touring geometry for a ride that's equally at home running errands and cruising down the Pacific Coast Highway. The steel frame smooths less-than-perfect tarmac and makes long-distance rides a joy. A full set of rack and fender eyelets, a head's-up seating position, and flat handlebars allow you to roll the Strada however you see fit, whether it's light and fast for a weekend ride or loaded down with groceries. Shimano Claris drivetrain components provide reliably smooth shifts, a wide, hill-topping gear range, and incredibly easy use. Cantilever brakes are smooth and powerful, while the light aluminum wheels with street-tough Vittoria tires climb and descend with ease. Toss in ergo grips and a supportive saddle from Bianchi, and the Strada is a one-stop ride for cyclists of all stripes.
Soma Smoothie Road Frame
$429.99
Soma's Smoothie road race frame is agile and responsive. Excellent for stage races and competitive club rides. But also comfortable enough for daily commutes and charity rides. The semi-compact geometry allows for more standover clearance and fitting options, but they don't cheat you by only offering 4 sizes. - Based on modern road geometry, the Smoothie is speedy and nimble - Tange Prestige heat-treated butted CrMo steel; butted CrMo rear end - Rear rack and fender mounts - Compact-style geometry
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