The best shops have the best brands.
Trek – Founded in 1975, Trek is the #1 selling brand in the United States. Among their award-winning lineup is the ground breaking Stache 29+ MTB, the newly redesigned Madone, fast and comfortable Domane and Silque, triathlon specific Speed Concept, and a full line of hybrid and kids bicycles. For customized paint schemes and other specs, check out Trek’s Project One option!
Specialized – Home to the Roubaix (Featured in Bicycling Magazine, December 2016,) the Specialized lineup also includes the Ruby women’s road bike, Stumpjumper MTB, and Shiv tri-bike. In the hybrid world, the quality of the Specialized Sirrus and Vita is among the best in the business. For the highest level of performance, look at the Specialized S-WORKS series.
Electra – The 7-speed Townie is the best selling bicycle in the United States. The Townie lineup covers all of your bases, from single speed to 21-speed options. Electra also offers a series of utility and hybrid bicycles. For cool and unique options, check out their custom cruiser series.
Santa Cruz – Santa Cruz bicycles has some of the industry’s best mountain bikes, cyclo-cross bikes, and gravel grinders. The redesigned Hightower and Tallboy were both highly praised in Dirt Rag Magazine in 2016. With a best-in-the-industry warranty, you can ride your carbon frame Santa Cruz with confidence! (They do aluminum frames, too.)
Parlee – Located in nearby Beverly, Massachusetts, Parlee offers complete customization from stem/bars/seatposts to wheels and parts group. The disc-brake equipped TTiR (redesigned for 2017) is the lightest tri-bike on the market, and was featured on SlowTwitch.com and in Kona Magazine. You can even get a one-of-a-kind, custom paint job on your frame.
Seven Cycles – Seven Cycles calls Watertown, Massachusetts home. For a customized steel, titanium, or carbon bike look no further than Seven Cycles. These guys can make anything from road to mountain, utility to touring and randonne.
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