Blog - Tag: Bikes
These photos of a titanium super commuter were submitted by Firefly Bicycles. This bike has all manner of bells and whistles and an amazing level of component integration. The guys at Firefly have nearly three decades of experience building top quality bike frames, but what really sets them apart is their amazing level of creativity and attention to detail. The finishes on their bikes are often understated, but striking.
These photos were submitted by one of our customers in British Columbia, Canada. His Cannondale Flash carbon fiber mountain bike weighs in at just shy of 20 pounds without pedals, making this the lightest Rohloff SPEEDHUB 500/14-equipped bike that we have worked with. The carbon frame is as light as many high-end road frames and the parts spec includes plenty of lightweight carbon bits.
This Soma Juice 29'er was built for a customer in San Jose, CA as a multi-purpose bike. The goal was to build a moderately priced bike around the Rohloff SPEEDHUB 500/14 that was capable of off road use, running errands, and light touring. This type of bike represents a growing category often described as an adventure bike.
This titanium 29'er was built for a customer in Westport, CT. Lynskey recently ran a promotion on their top-shelf 29" hardtail, the Pro29 SL, so this customer decided it was time to get a new mountain bike. A Rohloff SPEEDHUB 500/14 was chosen for the drivetrain based on its reputation for simplicity, high durability, and low maintenance.
Independent Fabrication, one of our partner frame builders, recently built this rugged touring bike for one of their customers. They were commissioned to build the bike to be as strong as possible to carry the rider safely and reliably through many thousands of miles of unsupported, heavily loaded touring. IF contacted us to build a wheelset around a Rohloff SPEEDHUB 500/14 that would complement the frame.For the wheels, we laced the Rohloff rear hub and a
After more than a month of searching, Matt received a tip that someone had purchased his bike at the Oakland Coliseum flea market. He was able to track it down and buy it back. Not ideal, but Matt is totally stoked to have his bike back and be able to continue his trip. Thanks for keeping an eye out!