2014 Trek EX 5 29

2014 Trek EX 5 29

Trek’s EX series of fulll-suspension mountain bikes broke new ground with 29’er versions in 2014, but that doesn’t mean they’re priced out of reach. Value-oriented models like this EX 5 29 let more riders enjoy the fun of 29’er wheels and Trek’s famously effective ABP (Active Braking Pivot) Convert suspension. An Alpha Platinum Aluminum main frame reduces weight with hydroformed tubes and a press-fit bottom bracket. A tapered head tube anchors the RockShox XC32 suspension fork

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2015 Felt F1 PR

2015 Felt F1 PR

For those that have seen the gloriously brutal Cobbled Classics seen throughout Northern Europe every spring, many have asked over the years: “Do they ride different bikes for Paris-Roubaix and the other spring races?” The answer has always been yes, and now we have a rarely-seen model from Felt bicycles here at Machinery Row.

The Felt F1 PR (for Paris-Roubaix) is a more aggressively designed bike than the other endurance bikes we have in the showroom. Built around Felt’s

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Urban Bicycles

Oriented towards commuting and demanding city riding, the urban bike is a light, quick and durable bike that can put up with daily, day-to-day riding in traffic. Mounts for racks, fenders and bottle cages are helpful -depending on the errands to be run- and durable wheels and tires can keep you on the road. Aluminum frames are light and corrosion-resistant, but steel bikes have proven to be a favorite for strength and ride quality. Disc brakes are useful due to long service More>>

2015 Felt IA 4

Felt’s bike designers lost plenty of sleep on this beauty. The IA 4 is designed for ultra-fast bike splits with clever aerodynamic integration. Using Felt’s own UHC Advanced carbon fiber, the IA 4’s frame has been sculpted to knife through the air while maintaining a smooth ride quality. InsideOut frame construction eliminates excess material, ensuring light weight as well as incredible torsional resistance for out-of-the-saddle uphill charges. The IA 4’s BB30 bottom bracket

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Trek Mountain Bikes

Riding off pavement puts different requirements on a bicycle. With over two decades of experience building and racing mountain bikes, Trek has been refining their machines for performance, reliability, and overall ease of use in the harshest off-road environments. Trek’s mountain bike line is led by their full-suspension, carbon-framed Top Fuel racing machines. What Trek learned from racing has been used to improve even their most affordable recreational mountain bikes, such More>>

2015 Trek Crockett 9 Disc

When the going gets wet and sloppy and the finish line is still many laps away, nothing beats disc brakes for absolute control. The Trek Crockett 9 Disc takes the disc brake revolution to its ultimate expression with hydraulic operation and electronic shifting. Added to a refined alloy cyclocross frame and carbon fiber fork, the Crockett 9 Disc is the total package for cyclocross competition.

The Crockett’s hydroformed Alpha aluminum frame features nimble race-ready geometry

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