Wednesday, October 13, 2010

You the Whoa

Sorry for the lack of posts. Even though we're creeping into the slow season of cycling, for some, it's actually a busy time of the year. This is when we order product for the Spring and there's a lot (almost too much) Interbike product to filter through.

So there will be a lot of new and exciting items in our inventory. Totally geeking out on all this stuff!

But for now, here are some sweet toys that we just got in...
Shimano Alfine hubs
Great versatility for commuting and strong enough for mountain biking. I have a friend who hauls hundreds of pounds of beans for Just Coffee on this hub. He has no doubt that they are very strong!
Nitto Bar End Plugs
Within a day of posting these they were sold out! It's great to see some high quality bar end plugs for your road bars. More in about a week.

Honjo Fenders
Ok, there are a lot of these fenders; but variety is good. From hammared to fluted to smooth, they will definitely add some style points to your ride. We also carry every small part that Honjo has to offer.

More on touring items soon!
-------NiteRider Cordless 250
Light technology has been expanding very fast in the last couple of years. The 250 has the light head and battery integrated into one. No cables to get tangled and more compact than it's older brothers. This thing packs a punch; with 250 lumens of output, don't shine it directly in anyone's eye!
The classic Nitto B123 now comes in a 31.8 clamp to fit more modern stems. These bars are already stiff as it is!
MKS Twin Deep Toe Clips
Another classic piece now with an added loop for all those double toe straps out there.


Bicycling has been expanding in recent months and it's no secret that Mountain Biking is blowing up. A lot of us here at Ben's are avid mountain bikers and want you to get in all of the fun. If you haven't tried it, you have to at least give it a chance!

So we've responded to this expansion and are stocking some key items to get you started on (or upgrade) your off-road bike.
Shimano SLX Hubs - 32H and 36H
Even though this is the lowest denominator in Shimano's mtn line, it is in no way 'cheap.' Built to be a more an all-mountain groupo it's big difference to the more cross-country/pricey XT cousin is weight. But for the price and it's strength in burliness, you can't deny it's worth! Other bits and pieces here. We also carrying XT and XTR products as well.

Whoa, that's a lot of stuff and guess what? We have a lot more to come!


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