The shop will be closed this coming Sunday May 25 and Monday May 26 due to the Carnivale street festival in the Mission and the Memorial Day holiday.
We will re-open Tuesday May 27 for regular business hours.
Thanks and enjoy the Holiday!
Giant Suede Commuter/Cruiser.
This commuter oriented hybrid bike is designed for a rider who prefers a very upright seated position. The big comfy saddle, front shock, and wide tires won’t win any races but will give a smooth and leisurely ride.
A great fit for a less experienced rider or someone looking for a very stable and easy to ride bike.
Fit range: 4’10” – 5’4″
Univega Tri-Star Deluxe
The color on this great old Univega is hard to show in the photos but its a beautiful sun-faded red. Besides that, this bike is a joy to ride. It’s a rebuild on a japanese lugged steel frame. All parts have been replaced with the exception of the original frame, matching fenders, and chainguard. A lot of our favorite parts make an appearance on it like Pasela tires, cork grips, Sturmey Archer internal 3 speed wheelset, wald handlebar.
A great fit for someone 5’2″ – 5’6″
52cm – $525
Refurbished Used Bike Update Pedal Revolution:
A bronze Japanese built Nishiki International converted from 10 speed status to a comfortable, everyday city bike . New wheels, Drivetrain, upright handlebar, Pasela tires, cork grips, dual pivot brake calipers update this great bike.
A great fit from someone 5’2″ -5’6″.
Pedal Revolution built up this classic Raleigh Grand Prix frame set with new parts transforming it from a 10 speed of yester-year to a perfect contemporary city bike.
New bottom bracket and headset started it off, followed by our favorite chrome Sun M13/sealed bearing wheel set. We ditched the old down tube shifters for a easier to reach Suntour ratcheting stem shifter set to handle gear changing duties.
Next a comfortable upright handlebar matched to Shimano brake levers with real cork grips.
For reliable stopping power in a long reach caliper we went with the Dia Compe top pull brake set. Panaracer Pasela tires, some white housing, and a riveted saddle for a little flair and its good to go.
Raleigh is one of the oldest bicycle companies in the world. It became The Raleigh Cycle Company in December 1888. Below is a great film documenting their bicycle creation process from 1945:
Luke, from the new restaurant Trou Normand in the beautiful and historic 140 New Montgomery building, had been sitting on this nice Bridgestone frameset for awhile and came to Pedal Revolution for a complete build (wheels, stem, bar, cranks, headset… everything!).
Simple and Subtle
The bike is very pretty in its austerity.
Soma Bar and Sutro Stem
The Soma Oxford rises again!
The cranks and cut out chainring are a personal favorite touch. A beautiful contemporary take on a motif from a bygone bicycle era.
I just completed the re-assembly of this custom painted Surly Cross-Check.
A Pretty Penny
It’s hard to believe that the humble Surly Cross Check, a practical and versatile work horse could be transformed into such a bespoke upright machine. The cross-check becomes a cross town?
Multi-Tonal Coppery Brass
The owner selected the color scheme with only a few staff parts suggestions. The major modifications besides the paint were the swapping of the Soma Oxford Handlebar and attendant parts with the addition of a Brooks Saddle, leather bar wrap, Soma Xpress 35mm Terra Cotta walled Tires and stunning gilded Honjo fenders.
Fluted Front Fender
In keeping with the bronze color theme I spaced the fender out with some amber shellac’d cork bottle bits.
Genuine Custom Cork Spacer
Synthetic (Woodbridge Cabernet) Cork