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The 5th edition of the Taconic 150 is on the schedule, 150 kilometers of dirt and road riding in Dutchess and Columbia counties. Map and details coming soon.
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coffee, events, Road Biking, shop rides, Taconic 150
Every Bike of the Week is special in one way or another, and most are special in myriad ways. This week’s edition is no different. While the Surly brand may be humble in the minds of many, its focus on delivering quality and utility without flash (assuming that painting bikes in a “meth teeth” greenish hue isn’t considered flashy) it’s introduction of the Trucker Deluxe certainly ups the ante. The Trucker Deluxe is the leader of the Surly pack by including a distinct high-zoot feature: S&S couplers that allow the frame to come apart for easy travel yet allow the frame to retain the integrity of an standard Long Haul Trucker.
The customer who commissioned this special bike was, like all of our customers, focused primarily on the fit of her new bicycle. In pursuit of delivering a bike that not only fit the customer properly but met her utility needs, the NYC Velo Team specified flat handlebars and ergonomic bar end extensions from Ergon (and completed a comprehensive fitting once the bike was complete). While Shimano’s Ultegra component group, with the help of its compatible flat bar-specific trigger shifters, handled the drivetrain tasks, the Team specified an excellent set of (made in California) linear-pull brakes from Paul Components. The stem and seatpost were from Thomson, also made in the USA. Germany’s Ortlieb (and sister brand, Tubus) supplied the waterproof pannier bags, handlebar bag, and rear rack. The wheels were built in-house by the Team using Mavic XM719 rims, Phil Wood hubs, and DT Swiss spokes, and the tires were from Schwalbe’s touring-appropriate Marathon line. A Chris King headset (a no brainer) and leather Brooks female-specific Flyer saddle finish off this bike in fine fashion.
The owner of this bike will be taking it across Spain (to start), with future trips planned around Europe and Turkey. We look forward to see the photos of this machine in action!
Bike of the Week, Brooks, Mavic, ortlieb, paul components, Phil Wood, Road Biking, S&S Couplers, shimano, touring, tubus, ultegra
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!
BH, carbon fiber, G5, Pro Bike, race bike, Racing, Road Biking, Sale, Ultralight
Most cyclists who ride in the city have appropriately prepared their bikes and hardware for the weather, yet the most important question still stands unanswered: how to save our faces and ears from Old Man Winter?
Some wrap themselves in scarves and don their regular winter caps (a ski cap, for example). While these are viable options, proper fit and comfort will most certainly be compromised. Cold air has a nasty tendency to rip right through that knit scarf (or pashmina if you’re fancy) and your helmet will most likely not fit correctly over a traditional bulky winter cap. No surprise, the bike shop stocks options designed to effectively cure these problems.
To keep the ears and head warm (and to rock some biker style) Giro developed the Merino Winter Cap. Made with merino wool (and a micro brim) , the Winter Cap will definitely keep the wearer’s head nice and toasty warm. Along with the natural fibers there, the Winter Cap incorporated a surprising tech feature: the inclusion of X-Static. X-Static is silver that is bonded to textile fabrics (Merino in this case) and acts as an antimicrobial agent, meaning (in layman’s terms) that if you sweat a lot your fancy wool cap won’t stink.
To cover the face for rides after the mercury plummets, Gore developed the Facewarmer (which also covers the ears). The biggest plus of the facewarmer is that it is offered with WindStopper fabric. WindStopper is a product developed by DuPont Industries under their Gore label and can be found in various articles of active clothing, including pants, gloves, and jackets, and is designed to act (as the name suggests) as a windproof barrier. The Facewarmer also incorporates an opening for the nose and several holes for the mouth to allow for unencumbered breathing.
Winter Storm Nemo (thanks TWC) says, “stop by today to check out our winter gear and show old man winter who’s boss.”
apparel, Cyclocross, facewarmer, Giro, merino, Road Biking, Style, Wool
This week’s bike is the San Jose from Bianchi USA. The San Jose, a venerable model from the Bianchi stable if there ever was one, is essentially a steel-framed singlespeed cyclocross bike (with a steel fork) and was last produced in 2011.
Though usually available as a complete bike from Bianchi, our example was shipped to us as a frameset only (frame & fork), allowing us to use some creativity to complete the build-up. The new iteration sports sealed bearing hubs from Formula, double-butted spokes, Alex rims, and Panaracer’s Jack Brown 700 x 33 tires. The burly All-City crankset offsets the Brooks brown leather (B17) saddle and handlebar wrap. With an upright riding position, fat city tires, and strong Avid cantilever brakes, the “new” San Jose marries style and performance quite well, all for $1185.
all-city, avid, bianchi, Bike of the Week, Brooks, City, jack brown, Road Biking, Style
This week’s Speciale features two custom made NYC Velo Classic Wool Jerseys, fresh off the looms. Inspired by the true hardmen of cycling, when a racer carried his own water and didn’t wait for an attack signal from a radio, ’cause he attacked when he damn well pleased.
Like the jersey introduced last fall from Cima Coppi, the new jersey design is a long sleeve merino wool model with red “flocked” lettering on the front. These new jerseys are made by Woolistic in Switzerland, have a 1/4 zip on the front and 3 rear pockets.
The new version, the ‘Gruppo Sportivo Ciclistico’ or ‘Cycling Sports Group’ jersey, is a head nod to the famed Italian cycling clubs which nurtured so many legends.
Until March 31st (of this year) either jersey (either in-person or on our webstore) is specially priced at $160 (a savings of $30). The sale is limited to stock on hand.
apparel, cima coppi, Road Biking, Sale, Style, Wool, wool jersey, woolistic
It’s wintertime in the city, which means (to cyclists) a great time to re-up on gear at prices that aren’t seen “in-season”. The first item in our Winter SPECIALE series are the 2012 Fi’zi:k R1 and R3 shoe models (including the “Donna” women’s model). All of NYC Velo’s stock (once they’re gone, they’re gone & all sales final) of these shoes are 40% off, pricing that includes (for the R1 at least) custom molding the SIDAS insole to the foot of the rider.
For additional info on the Fi’zi:k shoes associated with this sale, check out our NEWS Post on theme here.
As always, feel free to contact us at the shop for additional info.
apparel, Fizik, Road Biking, Sale
A crew from NYC Velo will be heading down to Lambertville, NJ for this event (a 79 mile course filled consisting of 15% unpaved surfaces and lotso early-season hills). For those out there who are looking for a pre-Battenkill warm-up (or for a stellar break from winter NYC riding) should put this on the calendar!
Contact us here at NYC Velo for transportation details.
cx, Cyclocross, gravel road riding, Hell Of Hunterdon, jersey proud, l'enfer d'hunterdon, Racing, rando, Road Biking, roubaix, Search and State
For the third week of September, NYC Velo (under the “NYC Velo Tours” banner) led a group of intrepid cyclists on a tour of the Southern French Alps. A photographic review of Days 1 & 2 was posted in November and a review of Days 3 & 4 was posted in December, while the photos below document Days 5 & 6. The ride on Day 5 started and ended in the town of Briancon, consisting of a loop that climbed the Col d’Izoard and followed the rivers Le Guil and La Durance. On Day 6, the last day in the saddle for this trip, the crew ascended the highest paved road in Europe, the Col de la Bonnette, before a long descent along (the river) La Tinee and a final 9k climb up to Valdeblore.
The gear supplied by Search and State (the S1-J Riding Jacket) and Grimpeur Bros Coffee (the Greenbelt and River Road Peaberry roasts) once again proved to be up to the task of protecting and caffeinating the crew.
The trip consisted of 6 (usually) long and (usually) difficult days in mountains (total riding elevation gain was just shy of 73,000 feet), but the food, drink, camaraderie, and warm welcome by all of our new French friends made the pain and fatigue disappear. NYC Velo has plans for similar trips in 2013, stay tuned!
If you’d like to learn more about this trip, or any of the upcoming adventures, stop by the shop or drop us an email at: Andrew@nycvelo.com.
beer, bike tour, coffee, custom, Grimpeur Bros Coffee, NAHBS, Road Biking, Search and State, shop rides, Tour de France, travel, Trips
Stan’s carbon-and-titanium XS from Independent Fabrication is the latest Bike of the Week (BOTW). Stan chose the XS because its use of carbon tubes joined together by Indy Fab’s signature titanium lugs. Billed (well, by us) as the “Best of Both Worlds”, the XS uses carbon tubes made specifically for the rider by ENVE Composites in Utah and ti lugs manufactured in-house (by Indy Fab) to the precise angle needed by the rider: the ride of carbon fiber and the customization of titanium.
Stan outfitted his XS with Campagnolo’s latest Super Record EPS electronic groupset. Indy Fab designed the frame with fittings specifically for Campy EPS, resulting in a comprehensive, well-performing package. We don’t speak Italian very well, but Super Record sounds like the top of the heap to us, molto grande! Zipp’s “new for ’12″ 303 Firecrest carbon tubular wheels, stem, handlebar, and seatpost finish off the component specification of the bike.
While we can’t confirm that Stan’s new XS has made him a better rider, or that it’s won him some previously un-winnable town-line-sprints, we can say that it’s earned him the respect of his Morgan Hill cycling pals.
Bike of the Week, custom, independent fabrication, indy fab, pedal-strike, Racing, Road Biking, xs
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