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Trek 1.1 C
$749.99 - $949.99 $949.99 Up To 21% Savings
Trek's 1.1 is a great choice for road riding fun. It boasts Trek's light, nimble-handling Alpha aluminum frame that has a slightly higher front end and handlebars for comfort. To make the most of that increased comfort, this sweet road machine is equipped with easy-rolling Bontrager wheels, powerful dual-pivot brakes for confidence and control, and a 16-speed drivetrain with a wide-range crankset for flying up the climbs. You'll also appreciate the Bontrager saddle and reliable Bontrager components.
Giant TCR Espoir 24
$789.00
With its youth-specific drop handlebars and smaller diameter 24-inch wheels, the TCR Espoir 24 is a perfect first road bike for young riders. The lightweight ALUXX aluminum frame is designed with a low stand-over height that’s ideal for riders up to 150cm tall. The short-reach handlebars are made to fit smaller hands. And a specially designed Giant saddle helps keep young riders comfortable as they begin to tackle longer rides.
Giant TCX Espoir 26
$789.00
From junior cyclocross racing to dirt and gravel paths, this bike is all about confidence, control and speed. From junior level races to adventures on roads, gravel and dirt, this is the ultimate cyclocross bike for young riders. The superlight and durable ALUXX alloy frame features youth-specific compact geometry. The 26-inch wheels improve roll-over capabilities, and disc brake integration delivers added control. Youth-specific components, including a narrow Q-factor crankset, short-reach handlebars and auxillary brake levers, help build confidence and control while riding variable terrain.
Trek Lexa C - Women's
$849.99 $949.99 11% Savings
Trek's Lexa is designed from the ground up for women so it fits perfectly and rides like a dream. Its light, nimble-handling Alpha aluminum frame dances down the road and floats up the climbs. This thoroughbred is equipped with precision components from the easy-rolling Bontrager wheels and tires, to the smooth-shifting, wide-range Shimano drivetrain and confidence-inspiring brakes with women's-specific levers. You also get a supportive women's saddle and a Bontrager bar and stem for serious comfort. The Lexa takes you everywhere you want to go, from charity rides to cruising local loops for fitness.
Giant Contend 1
$899.99 - $1,049.00 $1,049.00 Up To 14% Savings
A smoother ride equals a better experience on the road. Feel the difference with the confident new Contend. Designed and developed for aspiring riders looking to elevate their experience on the road, the all-new Contend is the result of a dedicated approach to road performance. Born in Giant’s own in-house aluminum forging facility, and engineered with ALUXX aluminum technology, it features geometry that’s specifically aimed at confident performance in variable terrain and road conditions. It’s the perfect blend of speed, comfort and control.
Norco Valence A2 Forma - Women's
$899.99 - $1,179.99 $1,179.99 Up To 24% Savings
Create a lasting bond between you, the road, and lifetime of fitness on Norco's Valence A2 Forma. Its double-butted-aluminum frame features Norco's Applied Road Compliance technology to give you a responsive, yet compliant, back-friendly ride. The carbon fork quells road vibrations, allowing you to ride longer and feel fresher. Lightweight, smooth-rolling aluminum wheels with Schwalbe tires are ready for quick trips around the block and hundred-mile charity rides alike. You'll love the crisp-shifting, 20-speed Shimano Tiagra drivetrain to help flatten the hills and keep pace on the flats. Plus, the Norco handlebar, stem, seatpost and seat are reliable for seasons of riding.
Trek 1.1 C H2
$969.99
Trek's 1.1 is a great choice for road riding fun. It boasts Trek's light, nimble-handling Alpha aluminum frame that has a slightly higher front end and elevated handlebars for comfort. To make the most of that increased comfort, this sweet road machine is equipped with easy-rolling Bontrager wheels and tires, powerful dual-pivot brakes for confidence and control, and a 16-speed drivetrain with a wide-range crankset for flying up the climbs. You'll also appreciate the Bontrager saddle, bars, stem, and bar tape— touchpoints that balance performance and comfort.
Giant TCX SLR 2
$1,499.99 - $1,599.00 $1,599.00 Up To 6% Savings
From tight CX courses to wide-open gravel and dirt, this lightweight and super versatile ’cross machine does it all. Move up through the field in heated cyclocross battles, or go long on gravel road epics. With a superlight ALUXX SLR aluminum frame, matched with a composite fork and 12mm front and rear thru-axles, the TCX SLR gives you smooth, confident handling on all types of terrain. Disc-brake technology boosts control on tight CX courses or wide-open dirt road descents. Symmetrical chainstays add pedaling stiffness, and the D-Fuse seatpost helps smooth out rough terrain.
Trek Madone 3.1
$1,500.00 $2,099.99 29% Savings
For years now, Trek's Madones have set the standard for excellence, winning everything from local races to Grand Tours. The full-carbon 3.1 is made from 300-Series OCLV carbon with a Bontrager Race carbon fork. This frameset is light, stiff and comfortable because the folks at Trek are masters at the material, they do it right. The solid components are chosen for their combo of durability, reliability and straight-up value like the 10-speed Shimano drivetrain with SRAM compact cranks and Bontrager controls and wheels. The geometry is smack-dab in the middle between upright and aggressive racer, it's neutral without feeling dull; fast, without being twitchy.
Norco Valence C3 Forma
$1,799.99 $2,049.99 12% Savings
From its stiff, lightweight carbon tubing to its gently curving seat stays, Norco's Valence C3 is designed to ride like a dream and dance up steep climbs. Up front, the full-carbon fork steers with confidence-inspiring precision, while the oversize PF30 bottom bracket transfers all your pedal power into forward motion. Even long rides feel effortless thanks to the easy-rolling Shimano wheels and intuitive, quick-shifting Shimano 105 drivetrain. A compact FSA crank turns once-feared mountains into cherished destinations and sure-stopping Tektro brakes scrub speed on the way back down. Finishing touches like the comfortable saddle and Norco components make this bike feel like home no matter how many miles you ride.
Trek Domane 4.0 C
$1,799.99 $2,299.99 22% Savings
Put the 4 Series Domane through its paces and revel in its unmatched ride quality and quickness. Graced with race-winning Trek technology like IsoSpeed, stable endurance geometry and defense-grade OCLV carbon tubing, the Domane is a true game changer. It masters long, epic rides with ease while also giving you unrivaled speed and comfort over the roughest roads that dare to challenge you. The 4.0 comes equipped with compact Shimano Tiagra cranks and 10-speed shifters, so it climbs to the summit as easily as it climbs to the top step of the podium. Having been designed for racing on the cobbles of northern Europe, the Domane also comes with an integrated chain keeper to stop the dreaded dropped chain in its tracks. So swing a leg over this fine steed and see where it takes you.
Liv Thrive CoMax 2
$1,899.00
Get fit faster. A flat-bar road bike that’s light, speedy, and designed for fitness-minded women. Build confidence on the road and get fit faster. Have fun achieving fitness goals with Thrive. The flat handlebar and more confident riding posture keep you comfortable and energized. Disc brakes, quick handling and lightweight efficiency make this a favorite companion of the fitness guru and bike commuter.
Liv Langma Advanced 2
$2,199.00
This feather-light racing bike delivers the speed and strength needed for any climb, race, or ride. Handcrafted for the toughest climbers, fierce competitors, and passionate cyclists, Langma is the secret weapon for charging the breakaway. Langma is programmed for both prolonged climbs and quick accelerations so you can conquer the mountains, power through flats, rail technical descents, and attack the group! This bike is a true companion for a determined rider. Features: - High-performance Advanced-grade composite frame - Advanced-grade composite fork with alloy/composite hybrid OverDrive steerer - Giant PR-2 wheelset with Giant Gavia AC 1 tubeless tires - Shimano 105 11-speed shifting - Shimano Ultegra brakes
Trek Silque S 4 Women's
$2,299.99
- IsoSpeed doubles compliance to conquer the roughest roads - WSD-specific frame is ride-tuned for smoothness and power - Trek OCLV Carbon frame lets you ride stronger, longer - Internal routing and 3S chain keeper provide flawless shifting
Trek Emonda S 6
$2,699.00 $3,099.99 13% Savings
Trek's Emonda S 6 is engineered by the masterminds of OCLV carbon. Light, strong, smooth, the Emonda went through years of prototypes and real-world riding from the fastest pros to deliver unmatched ride quality to us mortals. The geometry is tight and balanced, something you can feel on every ride. It begs you to go faster, farther. The frame starts the story, the components finish it. A full Ultegra group gives you perhaps the best value out there, light enough to race, durable enough to train on day in and day out. Whether you're doing all-day rides or sprinting for the line, the tubeless-ready Bontrager wheels never slow you down. To create a bike this good, Trek pushed the boundaries of design and manufacturing, now it's up to you to push yours.
Trek Domane S 5
$2,699.99
- The smooth advantage - Rear IsoSpeed doubles compliance to conquer even the roughest roads - 400 Series OCLV Carbon frame lets you ride stronger, longer - Exceptionally stable geometry and flawless shifting
Liv Langma Advanced Disc
$2,799.00
This feather-light racing bike delivers the speed and strength needed for any climb, race, or ride. Handcrafted for the toughest climbers, fierce competitors and passionate cyclists, Langma is the secret weapon for charging the breakaway. Langma is programmed for both prolonged climbs and quick accelerations so you can conquer the mountains, power through flats, rail technical descents and attack the group! This bike is a true companion for a determined rider. Features: - High-performance Advanced-grade composite frame - Advanced-grade composite fork with alloy/composite hybrid OverDrive steerer - Giant PR-2 Disc wheelset with Giant Gavia Race 1 tubeless tires - Shimano Ultegra 11-speed mechanical drivetrain - Giant Conduct hydraulic disc brakes
Trek Domane SL 5
$2,799.99
Key features: - Front and Rear IsoSpeed decouplers smooth rough roads - 500 Series OCLV Carbon frame lets you ride stronger, longer - Direct mount brakes for increased stopping power and tire clearance - Exceptionally stable geometry and flawless shifting
Pinarello GAN - Shimano 105
$3,999.99 $4,799.99 17% Savings
GAN RS derives directly from the Dogma F8, but several specific solutions make it a less extreme frame, while maintaining intact style and feeling of Pinarello bikes. The main features are derived from DOGMA F8: asymmetry of the frame, although less extremist than F8, and a new type of high-strength carbon, which is slightly less rigid.
Pinarello GAN - Ultegra
$3,999.99 $5,199.99 23% Savings
GAN derives directly from the Dogma F8, but several specific solutions make it a less extreme frame, while maintaining intact style and feeling of Pinarello bikes. The main features are derived from DOGMA F8: asymmetry of the frame, although less extremist than F8, and a new type of high-strength carbon, which is slightly less rigid.
Giant Road-E+1 Pro
$4,499.00
Accelerate on the open road and take the fast lane with this lively e-bike made for road riding. With its purpose-built geometry, excellent weight distribution and integrated power, Road-E+ keeps you going strong on busy commutes and all sort of road adventures. The SyncDrive Sport motor, PedalPlus 4-sensor technology and RideControl command center, all integrated with a sporty ALUXX SL frameset, make the new Road-E+ a whole new way to experience road riding.
Trek Domane SLR 6 Disc
$7,299.99
Sometimes you get up before dawn to bag a century before lunch, and sometimes the best roads are the least maintained; Trek's Domane SLR will revolutionize how you experience long days and rough roads, making your favorite rides even more memorable. Developed in close coordination with the cobbles-racing master, Fabian Cancellara, this long-range rocket offers a rear IsoSpeed system that allows you to adjust and dial in the compliance based on your terrain, riding style, and personal preference. Trek took endurance-oriented comfort further though, adding IsoSpeed to the front end by decoupling the steerer tube from the head tube, increasing compliance by 10%. Trek knew they had something special in Front IsoSpeed but the effect could be amplified with a new handlebar to address higher frequency vibration, so Bontrager responded with the IsoCore handlebar. Constructed with a continuous inner layer of a thermoplastic elastomer encased in OCLV carbon, the IsoCore handlebar reduces high-frequency vibration by 20%. The Domane SLR 6 Disc is built with Trek's 600 series OCLV carbon, ensuring low weight and further enhancing the comfort of your ride. The BB90 bottom bracket directs all your power to the road so that you're as efficient as you are comfortable. Bontrager's tubeless-ready Affinity Comp wheels and 32mm-wide R3 tires offer a supple grip through sweeping descents and strength across pock-marked country roads. A full Shimano Ultegra drivetrain gives you smooth, efficient shifting and enough range to tackle the most daunting mountain passes, while powerful hydraulic disc brakes give you unprecedented control and modulation. The Domane SLR incorporates hidden fender mounts for those epic Rule #9 days, a 3S chain keeper for confidence across rough roads, and DuoTrap S integration for sleek data transmission. The Ride Tuned seatmast further reduces weight, and the Domane Control Center will house an internal Di2 battery just under the down tube water bottle cage.
Pinarello Dogma F10 - Campagnolo
$9,999.99 $16,999.99 41% Savings
The launch of Pinarello's new Dogma F10 sends Team Sky's venerable F8 to the bench and sets an even lighter and stiffer bar for our road machine aspirations. While those baby-blue striped power to weight ratios may not be in the cards for us mere mortals, international governing bodies' commercial availability rules mean that prized ride quality and precise Campagnolo electronic shifting is available to everyone with the Dogma F10 Complete Road Bike. Though the frame angles remain unchanged between model generations, the classic Dogma asymmetry returns in the F10 with a few subtle alterations that produce disproportionate changes. Asymmetry has been a staple tool in Pinarello's arsenal since 2009, and it's a surprisingly simple solution to one of cycling's most essential conundrums. Since the drivetrain is located on one side of the bike, the load created by pedaling isn't uniform across the frameset's left and right hemispheres. The drive side sees the majority of power transfer duties, so by building it up, Pinarello is able to maintain drive stiffness while cutting material on the non-drive side, so lost grams don't translate to lost watts. Compared to the F8, the F10's asymmetry is technically more pronounced on the top tube, which cheats a bit more to the right, and the seat junction, which sees a slight tweak. Pinarello's tests indicate that these minor adjustments make the frame stiffer and lighter. If they're not solely responsible for the 7% and 6.3% improvements listed above, they're certainly key contributors. Despite those remarkable claims, the changes are hard to detect with the naked eye (hence "technically" above), and the frame's asymmetry is much more apparent in places like the seat stay/seat tube junction. The F10's enhanced asymmetry give it one of the most immediately recognizable silhouettes in the industry, but those lines aren't just artistry; they're inspired by the Dogma F10's Bolide TT DNA, which surfaces both in its sinuous lines and in myriad, cumulative gains in aerodynamics. These gains start where drag starts: at the front dropout. While designing the Bolide TT, Pinarello's wind tunnel tests indicated that the introduction of a quick-release lever causes a disproportionate gain in drag. This is addressed through the addition of a ForkFlap, which is a somewhat inelegant term for the extra fin of material Pinarello tucks behind the quick-release lever. Naming convention aside, Pinarello's subsequent testing found that the fork flap reduced drag on the Bolide fork by 10%, and the brand reasons that adding it to the less-aerodynamic Dogma makes for even greater drag reduction. That's not to say that the original fork design is slow, but is an indication of Pinarello's R&D ethos. It's an obsessively minute detail to focus on, but the Italian brand's reputation is built on obsessing over minute details in order to exploit every possible marginal gain. This focus extends to the F10's down tube, which was designed to reduce drag on its own and to serve as a shield for the trailing bottles and seat tube, reducing the net drag of the frame's entire main triangle by 12.6% when compared with the already impressive gains made by the F8. Securing these gains involved a complete reimagining of the down tube, but the key contributor is a newly introduced concavity in the back of the down tube under below the bottle cage bosses. By scooping this section out, Pinarello found that the frame better controls airflow, reducing the turbulent wake that results in drag. Like the F8, the F10 also boosts bidon aerodynamics by lowering the rear cage, which the brand credits with part of the F8's overall 47% reduction in drag when compared with the Dogma 65.1. These reductions come in addition to the aerodynamic gains already enjoyed by the Dogma F8, which is itself more aerodynamic than the 65.1 that Wiggins and Froome both rode to Tour victories. The key to these gains lies in the tubes' FlatBack profile. As we've laboriously detailed elsewhere, this shape is the brainchild of another Italian/British collaboration: Pinarello and Jaguar. FlatBack is an apt description, as a cross-section reveals an ovalized face paired with an abruptly truncated back half. This manages the detachment of turbulent lamina at multiple yaw angles, reducing the drag effect of dead air in the tubes' wake. Given that the F8's material composition essentially defines the current zenith of carbon fiber technology, it's no surprise that Pinarello sticks with the same materials for the F10. The carbon itself is provided by another proven industry partner, the renowned carbon geniuses at Toray, whose Japanese factory produces arguably the most consistent, highest quality, and most reliable carbon composite in the world. By taking advantage of Toray's composite expertise, the Dogma F10 builds on its predecessor's reputation as one of the stiffest and lightest all-purpose race bikes we've ever ridden. It owes it
Pinarello Dogma F10 - Sram eTap
$15,999.99
The launch of Pinarello's new Dogma F10 sends Team Sky's venerable F8 to the bench and sets an even lighter and stiffer bar for our road machine aspirations. While those baby-blue striped power to weight ratios may not be in the cards for us mere mortals, international governing bodies' commercial availability rules mean that prized ride quality and precise Sram etap wireless electronic shifting is available to everyone with the Dogma F10 Complete Road Bike. Though the frame angles remain unchanged between model generations, the classic Dogma asymmetry returns in the F10 with a few subtle alterations that produce disproportionate changes. Asymmetry has been a staple tool in Pinarello's arsenal since 2009, and it's a surprisingly simple solution to one of cycling's most essential conundrums. Since the drivetrain is located on one side of the bike, the load created by pedaling isn't uniform across the frameset's left and right hemispheres. The drive side sees the majority of power transfer duties, so by building it up, Pinarello is able to maintain drive stiffness while cutting material on the non-drive side, so lost grams don't translate to lost watts. Compared to the F8, the F10's asymmetry is technically more pronounced on the top tube, which cheats a bit more to the right, and the seat junction, which sees a slight tweak. Pinarello's tests indicate that these minor adjustments make the frame stiffer and lighter. If they're not solely responsible for the 7% and 6.3% improvements listed above, they're certainly key contributors. Despite those remarkable claims, the changes are hard to detect with the naked eye (hence "technically" above), and the frame's asymmetry is much more apparent in places like the seat stay/seat tube junction. The F10's enhanced asymmetry give it one of the most immediately recognizable silhouettes in the industry, but those lines aren't just artistry; they're inspired by the Dogma F10's Bolide TT DNA, which surfaces both in its sinuous lines and in myriad, cumulative gains in aerodynamics. These gains start where drag starts: at the front dropout. While designing the Bolide TT, Pinarello's wind tunnel tests indicated that the introduction of a quick-release lever causes a disproportionate gain in drag. This is addressed through the addition of a ForkFlap, which is a somewhat inelegant term for the extra fin of material Pinarello tucks behind the quick-release lever. Naming convention aside, Pinarello's subsequent testing found that the fork flap reduced drag on the Bolide fork by 10%, and the brand reasons that adding it to the less-aerodynamic Dogma makes for even greater drag reduction. That's not to say that the original fork design is slow, but is an indication of Pinarello's R&D ethos. It's an obsessively minute detail to focus on, but the Italian brand's reputation is built on obsessing over minute details in order to exploit every possible marginal gain. This focus extends to the F10's down tube, which was designed to reduce drag on its own and to serve as a shield for the trailing bottles and seat tube, reducing the net drag of the frame's entire main triangle by 12.6% when compared with the already impressive gains made by the F8. Securing these gains involved a complete reimagining of the down tube, but the key contributor is a newly introduced concavity in the back of the down tube under below the bottle cage bosses. By scooping this section out, Pinarello found that the frame better controls airflow, reducing the turbulent wake that results in drag. Like the F8, the F10 also boosts bidon aerodynamics by lowering the rear cage, which the brand credits with part of the F8's overall 47% reduction in drag when compared with the Dogma 65.1. These reductions come in addition to the aerodynamic gains already enjoyed by the Dogma F8, which is itself more aerodynamic than the 65.1 that Wiggins and Froome both rode to Tour victories. The key to these gains lies in the tubes' FlatBack profile. As we've laboriously detailed elsewhere, this shape is the brainchild of another Italian/British collaboration: Pinarello and Jaguar. FlatBack is an apt description, as a cross-section reveals an ovalized face paired with an abruptly truncated back half. This manages the detachment of turbulent lamina at multiple yaw angles, reducing the drag effect of dead air in the tubes' wake. Given that the F8's material composition essentially defines the current zenith of carbon fiber technology, it's no surprise that Pinarello sticks with the same materials for the F10. The carbon itself is provided by another proven industry partner, the renowned carbon geniuses at Toray, whose Japanese factory produces arguably the most consistent, highest quality, and most reliable carbon composite in the world. By taking advantage of Toray's composite expertise, the Dogma F10 builds on its predecessor's reputation as one of the stiffest and lightest all-purpose race bikes we've ever ridden. It
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