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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.


Announcements: We’re back from our break! Now is the best time to get your bike in before it gets busy so you’re ready for Spring and that first nice day of the year.