Monday, October 14, 2013

Argon 18 Gallium Pro and E-116 Bikes in stock and ready to test-ride!

We have 3 brand new 2014 Gallium Pros that have just arrived. X-Small, Medium, Large.  Built up with Dura Ace 11-speed and Zipp 404 / Dura Ace C24 / Hawk C50 wheels, a complete Gallium Pro weighs about 15 pounds at MOST and WITH pedals.  We can hardly believe how light, stiff, and smooth the ride is. Come check it out for yourself!

On the TT/Tri side, we have an X-Small E-116, Small E-118, and Medium E-116 ready to roll.

Check out our recent build pics of a 2014 Gallium Pro and 2014 E-116.  You have to ride these bikes in order to appreciate the R&D that has gone into these machines - the ride quality, rigidity, weight, appearance, handling, etc., etc.  You won't be disappointed.

We are located at 185 E Center St. in Ivins, on the round-about at 200E and Center St.
Our regular hours are:
Tuesday 10am - 2pm
Thursday 2pm - 6pm
Friday noon - 6pm
Saturday 10am - 4pm

Other times, Monday - Saturday are open for appointments for bike fitting, product inquiries, consultations, test rides, browsing, etc.
(don't be shy to schedule an appointment with us - we love working with customers on an individual basis to give them the time, energy, and attention they deserve. This allows us to answer your questions, allows you to demo multiple bike / wheel / saddle combinations, and ask all the questions you need to ask.)

 click the link to see more pics!


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  3. I fell off mine, a more triple, when the back went out from under me on black ice on a straight away. I remember doing 360s on the side still holding unto the handle bars, my legs straight behind me while still in my lane and cars coming towards me in the other lane. I got up and drove it home and never rode in the winter again.