Saturday, September 17, 2011


Double MASH posts! You probably have seen this at Interbike or just browsing through the web, but we have them in stock! 53 and 55cm available here!

Friday, September 9, 2011

Milwaukee Bruiser Polo Specific Frameset - NEW!!!

Here it is! Waterford manufactured Polo Specific Bruiser Frame! Frame is full True Temper OX Platinum and around 2 lbs. lighter than our Taiwan model.
Same great Bruiser geometry; with only a slight change suggested by the Milwaukee Bike Polo guys. A steeper seat angle / shorter top tube brings you closer to your bars and eases around the bar ball control. Want to see more specifics? Check em out on our site!

Thursday, September 8, 2011

Milwaukee Bicycle Co. V-Brake Bruiser Polo Fork - NEW!!!

So new we only have a few of these in stock! Here are some details...

  • Bruiser Polo Fork - 100mm Spaced for Standard Front Hub
  • 4130 Heat Treated Chromoly
  • Weight - 1260g w/300mm Steerer
  • 1-1/8" One-Piece Fully CNC'd Steerer
  • Linear V-Brake Mounts with Removable Studs
  • 400mm Axle to Crown
  • 32mm Rake
  • 6mm Dropouts
  • Stealth Stainless MKE Badge (yes, the paint can be cleaned off if you choose; just let us know in the order comments)
  • Black ED Coated Inside and Out for Full Rust Proofing
  • Your Choice of Solid Color (excluding pearl coats or metalflake)
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • If you want to buy a Bruiser frameset or Bruiser ECO build with the V Polo Fork, drop a note in the checkout and we'll substitute the V Polo Fork for no additional charge. 
Matte black forks ship right away. If you want any other color it will take about a week to turn around before shipping.

If you haven't guessed already (or seen on the court what our MBC sponsored Beaver Boys are riding); we are introducing a new Waterford built Bruiser Polo specific frame! Full True Temper OX Platinum Frame and about 2 lbs. lighter than the Taiwan version. Same great Bruiser geometry and 700c of course! Keep an eye out right here for more info; they're going to be available VERY SOON.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Friday, September 2, 2011

Over the Bars in Milwaukee/MKE 29er

Check out Dave's review on our MKE 29er. I'm glad you had a blast on it! If you don't know who Dave is, check him out here. He is a great source of all things bike related in Milwaukee as well as around Wisconsin.

Also check out his post on Wisconsin trails and infrastructure. Politics aside, Wisconsin is a great place for cycling. From having the largest mountain bike series in the country to great trails and paths; we have it pretty good here! I've seen a ton of improvements to our paths and feel a lot more comfortable riding around town. I hope to see more changes, but for now, if you live here, I hope you're enjoying all that Wisconsin has to offer!

TRP RRL Levers

TRP RRL-SR - Drilled

For all you single speeders out there...a bit of the new and bit of the old. Carbon version coming back in stock soon!

TRP RRL-C - Carbon

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Ben's Cycle/MKE Kits

If you all didn't know already, we have full kits for men and women. Get them here!

Upcoming Fall

Been pretty busy around here and I have a ton of stuff to post, but for now, let's talk about cyclocross! We have a great deal on Ultegra/Alex R450 wheels, perfect as a training set. I'm sure you'll find a use for a $200 wheelset!We also have some select new cross tires that should suit you on race day. Michelin Mud 2 and Clement Crusade PDX are in stock!Maybe this year I'll got off the mountain bike and actually do a cross race. I have a friend that is pretty adamant about lending his single speed Vanilla Speedvagen to race on. I don't know, it's quite a bit of bling for a rookie. But I guess why not! Regardless whether I race or not, I'll be at races heckling the heck out of my friends. Still really enjoying these summer days but am pretty excited for the fall season!

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