This is the best thing I’ve seen in a while….
Here are some current re-furbished used bikes for sale as well as some custom builds we’ve built up for recent customers:
Nice little re-painted mixte frame built into a coaster brake/singlespeed. The rear coaster wheel is handbuilt for extra long life and all parts are new $600.
Cannondale conversion into a lightweight hybrid. Rebuilt with new parts 55cm $475.
Here are some recent custom builds for customers..
This one is a Handsome Cycles frameset ($399) built into a sweet 1×9 set-up.
Here is another variation on a Handsome frame 1×9 set-up.
These framesets are a great deal. 4130 chromoly construction, front and rear rack/fender braze-ons, ideal for singlespeeds, commuter, geared sport road or tourer. Very versatile design based on the old Bridgestone XO-1 geometry. Ken who works at the shop set one up with drops for his singlespeed cross bike and might convert it for touring later on -shown below.
We have a size run in stock but they are moving fast. Stop by to see about custom build options.
Here is Clancy with the new Volume track frame. He picked one up for himself and Pedal got one to sell. Volume is a bmx company primarily but they are doing trick oriented track frames now. The frame utilizes Sanko tubing and heavy duty gussets around the headtube for super-toughness $315/frame.
New in stock Lil’ Blinko’s from Swift Industries up in Seattle!! Handmade fannypack/handlebar bags and panniers in cool color combinations for $25 . Here are male models Austin and Clancy displaying the goodness….
Pedal customers. If you or anyone you know has had your Fuji Absolute 3.0 bike stolen this morning in the financial district please contact us at the shop. One of these bikes was recovered by the SFPD today. You will need the serial number or receipt to identify it.
Uri finished the Soma Saga build today and it’s looking sweet. We decided to go with fatter tires to take advantage of the 26″ wheel size that the 54cm frame is designed around and to show off it’s on-road/off-road versatility. This bike would be as comfortable cruising down some backwoods fire road to a remote campsite as it would be loaded down with gear for a road tour down the coast.
Here are a bunch of pics:
We went with some lightweight Honjo fenders from Japan and a front and rear Nitto rack set-up.
Nitto Albatross bars and stem with Rivendell bar-end shifters to round out the cockpit.
Here is the mechanic with his creation.
If you’d like to visit the new Soma Saga in person it will be here 7 days a week for test rides!