This bank holiday weekend we will be closed on Saturday the 23rd and Monday the 25th of May. No plans? We recommend reading the poster above.
Many of you have been asking us what Acai is and why we choose to put it in our smoothies or breakfast bowls. Acai is a berry native to Central and South America. It contains anthocyanins, flavonoids and is full of antioxidants that help repair damaged cells. We choose to put it in our smoothies and bowls along with banana, honey, avocado and cinnamon.
So instead of grabbing a burger or another meal that will make you feel bloated and lethargic today, come grab an Acai! We promise you won’t regret it.
Any plans for the bank holiday? Going on a long ride? Ride on by and get your bike serviced before the long weekend ahead as we will be closed Saturday the 2nd of May and on Monday the 4rth of May.
Don’t worry though, we’ll be back on Tuesday the 5th of May to help with all your bike questions, problems, and the occasional smoothie or juice.
Just a reminder that we will be closed starting Friday the 3rd of April until Monday the 6th (reopening on Tuesday April 7th). Ride on by a get your bike serviced before the weekend or grab a cup of coffee and drool over bike parts.
So whether you are going away for a few days, finally getting around to that Spring Cleaning, or going on an Easter egg hunt.. don’t forget to get on your bikes and ride!
Coming in shortly after the beautiful new Giro footwear range we now have our first drop of city friendly cycling garments… First up is the unique Insulated Vest, it’s a super thin Primaloft gillet to keep the wind off your chest on the spring mornings/evenings and says “I’m a cool urban adventurer” rather than “I got a puncture on the way here, sorry”. You might not realise you need one but trust us… You NEED one!
Despite using the most visually disturbing background ever for their booth, No.22 Bicycle Company have proved once again that they are the masters of understated beauty. Shown above is the new Reactor frameset; featuring a more aggressive race geometry than the Great Divide and dropping a lot of weight through several design tweaks including the use of a carbon seat tube/mast.
This show bike tips the scales at 5.9lbs, which is well below UCI limits, thanks to the ee cycleworks brakes, Cannondale cranks & the bankruptcy inducing Reynolds RZR wheelset.
UK pricing is yet to be confirmed but expect to find your wallet up to 4k lighter… Oh, and if you’d like to replicate this show build you’d be looking at 5 figures… Time to sell an organ or 2 (it’ll be worth it).
A bit of eye candy for you this Tuesday morning of No. 22 Bicycle Company‘s Great Divide road bike.
Handmade in the USA, this titanium frame not only looks classy it also has high comfort levels making it perfect for long rides. Trust us–you won’t want to stop riding once you try one of these.