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The latest NYC Velo Winter Speciale includes 2 fantastic bikes from Spanish company BH.
The first BH model included in the Winter Speciale is the 2012 Ultralight (in black). There are 2 Ultralight bikes available (size Medium and size Large), both with the following (identical) component kit:
The second BH model included in this Winter Speciale is the 2012 G5 (in white). There are 3 G5 bikes available (size 56, size 57, size 58.5), all with the following (identical) component kit:
As always, the Winter Speciale is limited to stock on hand and once they’re gone, they’re gone!
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The Bike of the Week has returned in fine fashion, celebrating the arrival of the 2012 BH G5 Di2. The latest iteration of the G5 frame continues to support the Shimano electronic platform and includes an integrated Di2 battery mounting system on the underside of the downtube, near the bottom bracket, and thus lowering the bike’s center of gravity. The G5 in this week’s edition of BOTW wears a 2012 Shimano Dura Ace Di2 kit, a Dura Ace 7900 SRM power crank, and Dura Ace CL-C24 carbon clincher wheels.
The G5 frameset continues to utilize an integrated seatpost design, increasing the stiffness of the frame while reducing overall weight, making the bike perfect for racing and spirited training. The G5 continues to be a fixture on the local competitive cycling scene under riders from the BH/Comedy Central team, with this particular bike’s owner proclaiming that her G5 is “the most fun I’ve had on a bike.” Don’t take her word for it, stop by for a test ride of your own.
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Please join us here at the shop (64 2nd Avenue) on Saturday June 4th at 8am for a very special edition of our weekly shop ride with our friends from BH Bikes. Not only have we invited members of the local NYC Velo sponsored BH Garneau team, who have been putting these same bikes through the rigors of training and racing for almost two seasons, but the shop ride will double as, wait for it… a BH DEMO EVENT! We will have at our disposal a variety of BH’s latest offerings available for you to use on the shop ride, or just take to out for a spin. This is a huge opportunity to ride some of the fastest machines the bike industry has to offer alongside those who race them and those who create them. Come see what all of the “fancy carbon road bike” hype is all about!
And, on Sunday June 5th from 8 AM to 12 Noon, BH Bikes and NYC Velo are happy to announce another BH Demo Day! We will be parked out on Hudson Terrace, just north of the George Washington Bridge. Joshua from BH bikes will be in full force with a trailer full of BH road bikes ready to rumble!
A bit of history and info about BH:
BH began building bikes in the Basque region of Spain more than 100 years ago. For them it was essential that the bikes were lightweight, agile, and strong. With these ideas in mind, BH has grown into one of the most innovative and highly engineered performance cycling brands in the world, with a history in racing to prove it. BH bikes have been seen winning the Vuelta a Espana as far back as 1935. More recently, riders on BH bikes have also enjoyed carrying the yellow jersey for eight stages of the Tour de France in 2009.
BH was the first to manufacture a monocoque carbon road frame weighing in at less than 800 grams. This new standard set the bar high, for carbon road frame technology. Also, with that design, BH established themselves early in the game, as a company that is driven to produce light, fast, efficient bikes. BH prides itself on evolving its leadership in bicycle technology, obsessively developing and testing new products and technologies that consistently lead athletes to the podium. This dedication to innovation is the driving force behind these machines.
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It’s not often that we bike shop guys get out of the city to ride…out of the city meaning beyond a 3 hour (by bike) radius of NYC. It’s an even rarer occurrence for us to get a “some expenses paid” trip out west to dig deeper into the behind-the-scenes world of the bike industry.
I was “honored” to be invited to attend the inaugural Dealer Camp in Park City, UT. Officially, 54 industry brands presented to 120 dealers or so in attempts to get them to order product at the front end of the upcoming year’s buying cycle.
While in Park City, a beautiful 7100 feet or so above the sea, I put in 3 hours or so on the new Ridley Dean carbon road bike on one afternoon and another 3 hrs the following day on the 2011 Scott 949 carbon 29er hardtail. The non-gravel roads around Park City are well paved, the gravel ones are sh*t, though all afford some pretty amazing vistas. The MTB trails lead up to the top of Bald Mtn, topping out at 9400 feet. Word on the proverbial street was that there are 400 miles of off road trails in the Park City vicinity, so I’m confident that you can ride up to the top of most of the surrounding peaks should your legs have the juice. Refueling is easy in Park City proper: Einstein Bros bagels and solid coffee and espresso offerings from Atticus pre-ride and post-ride pizza from Davanza’s in Old Town.
While my “test” rides on the Ridley and Scott were work the price of admission, the jewel of the trip came on the last day, leading up to the redeye flight back home (always a good idea…). I filled my final day with a 9 hour jaunt over to Daniel Summit and Strawberry Reservoir on the 2011 BH R1 (similar to the G5, but made with different carbon and forgoing the integrated seatmast). Had I stayed on the pavement, the 9 hours would have been more like 6 or 7, but the Reynolds cabon clincher were begging for a little adventure. Adventure, of course, they found, in the form of 10 miles of washed out dirt roads tumbling off the backside of Daniel Summit to Wallsburg and the closed-in-the-winter pebble-climb up the backside of Flagstaff Mountain before descending back into Park City.
The scenery around Park City was certainly inspiring…it inspired me to get on borrowed bikes and ride as far as daylight would allow. The crappy applephone photos tell the rest of the story.BH, scott, Trips
NYC Velo is a proud sponsor of the local BH/Garneau team and as such, we’ve built up some pretty sick red and blue BH G5s in the past few weeks. Now that the boys in the gelato-colored jerseys have had a chance to log some miles on their new rides, we asked rider Gregg Galletta to give us some of his thoughts on the bike:
I’ve put several hundred miles on my new G5, and thought I’d provide some feedback on the ride. I’ve also raced it twice (placed 7th at Quabbin RR last Sun) and have done a good amount of climbing and descending (including a 5.5 HR ride to Bear Mountain with 7k+ in climbing).
Other bikes I own and can compare it to include a Cannondale Six13 and a CAAD6. I’ve ridden all bikes with the same wheels including road tubeless.
As soon as you start turning the pedals on the G5, you immediately notice how stiff this bike is! Whether you’re in the flats, climbing or descending, not an ounce of power is wasted and you can almost feel the bike thrust forward with every pedal stroke. For short power climbs, just leave it in the big ring, stand up and mash the pedals and you’ll find yourself propelling up and away quickly. Once over the top I used to get a little nervous descending on my Six13 and now I actually look forward to the downhills. The G5 feels rock solid at speed and inspires you to lean it over in the corners. Clearly lots of time went into R&D to get the geometry just right.
Sizing seems spot on and at 5′ 8.5″ a 54 fit perfectly with a 110 stem and an inch or two of seat post showing. The seat mast does not inhibit traveling with the bike and it packed quite nicely into my Pika Pack Works travel case.
Oh yeah, did I mention how light this bike is? Overall a sweet ride all around and it’s on my highly recommended list.
Thanks Gregg!! Best of luck to you and the team this season!BH, Team BH/Garneau
This week’s Bike Of The Week is the prestigious 2010 BH G5. An ultra-light high-performance machine, the G5 is currently being ridden by the BH/Garneau CRCA racing team.
Take one for a test ride on BH Day, this Saturday, and have a chat with some of the men who race on it.
$6600 (w.SRAM Red/Reynolds Assault Carbon Clinchers)BH, Bike of the Week
Please join us Saturday March 6th at the shop for a day filled with
festivities to launch BH Bicycles at NYC Velo.
The NYC BH/Garneau Team riders will be on hand from 10am- 12pm to show off
their new bikes, consume baked goods, and gather around the espresso
machine to swap stories from the first CRCA race of the season.
Then from 12pm- 5pm we’ll have representatives from BH on hand with a few
demo bikes and oodles of information they’re dying to share. So if you’ve
considered a BH, wanted to see one in person, or have no idea what the
hell all the fuss is about, then come down and see for yourself.
In the interim be sure to check out the BH website.BH
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