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Bkool Smart Bike
Bkool Smart Bike is a fully adjustable smart indoor bike that, when paired with the Bkool Simulator, creates an unparalleled indoor cycling experience. Bkool has teamed up with some of the best indoor cycling instructors in the world to create video classes that will help you reach your goals from the comfort of your home. No more knobs to turn or levers to pull, the Bkool Smart Bike automatically adjusts resistance based on the intensity level of the class or according to the terrain of a ride. And it is compatible with your smart phone, tablet, computer, or even a smart TV! It measures real time speed, cadence, and power up to 1,500 watts, and also simulates slopes up to 20%. The Bkool Smart Bike includes a 1 year premium Bkool Simulator subscription.
Burley MyKick Balance Bike
Burley's MyKick is the easy way to teach your young ones the steering and balancing skills and confidence they need for two-wheeled fun! They use their feet to propel themselves and stop so they have tons of fun and stay safe as they learn to ride the easy way. The MyKick is for kids aged 3 and up and has an adjustable seat and handlebars so the bike grows with them, too. It features a sturdy steel frame, quality spoked aluminum 12-inch wheels with flat-free tires and a comfortable seat and rubber grips.
Civia Lowry Step Over Single-Speed
Channel chic European style as you cruise to the cafe for a cortado on your way to the office aboard Civia's Lowry. The clean aesthetics and low maintenance of this step over-style, single-speed bike let you focus on enjoying the ride. Its reinforced steel frame and fork offer an upright riding position for comfort and easy viewing of the road ahead. A chainguard keeps your clothes clean, and the single-speed drivetrain keeps it simple. The ergonomic handlebar keeps your hands comfortable, and the strong brakes slow you down in all conditions. This stylish bike promises endless hours of carefree fun.
Civia Lowry Step Thru Single-Speed
Channel chic European style as you cruise to the cafe for a cortado on your way to the office aboard Civia's Lowry. The clean aesthetics and low maintenance of this step through-style, single-speed bike let you focus on enjoying the ride. Its reinforced steel frame and fork offer an upright riding position for comfort and easy viewing of the road ahead. A chainguard keeps your clothes clean, and the single-speed drivetrain keeps it simple. The ergonomic handlebar keeps your hands comfortable, and the strong brakes slow you down in all conditions. This stylish bike promises endless hours of carefree fun.
Civia Lowry Step Over 7-Speed
Roll down to the local boulangerie for a fresh baguette aboard the Civia Lowry Step Over 7-speed. It combines the grace and elegance of classic commuting bikes with a low maintenance and an easy-riding ethos, that'll have you feeling instantly at home. The reinforced steel frame and fork features an upright riding position for comfort and easy viewing of the road ahead. The 7-speed Shimano drivetrain provides reliable, crisp shifting, an ergonomically bent handlebar keeps your hands comfortable, and strong brakes slow you down even when the bike is loaded with heaps of fresh pastries.
Civia Lowry Step Thru 7-Speed
Roll down to the local boulangerie for a fresh baguette aboard the Civia Lowry Step Thru 7-speed. It combines the grace and elegance of classic commuting bikes with a low maintenance and an easy-riding ethos, that'll have you feeling instantly at home. The reinforced steel frame and fork features an upright riding position for comfort and easy viewing of the road ahead. The 7-speed Shimano drivetrain provides reliable, crisp shifting, an ergonomically bent handlebar keeps your hands comfortable, and strong brakes slow you down even when the bike is loaded with heaps of fresh pastries.
Civia Parkway Step-Over Electric Bike
The Civia Parkway is the perfect ebike for experiencing the city. The there-when-you-need-it boost from Bosch’s ultra-reliable electric motor makes hills a breeze, while easy-to-use components celebrate the elegance of an uncomplicated bicycle. From no sweat crosstown commutes, to fitness rides, the Parkway is an exciting and fun option for getting around. Highlights: - Lightweight AL-6061 round frame tubing, rack and fender mounts - Bosch Active Line electric motor for gentle assist up to 20 mph - Equipped with Bosch Powerpack 400 frame battery, Purion compact computer, and 2A compact charger - Shimano 9-speed drivetrain and Shimano cable disc brakes - Kenda Kwick 26 x 2.0" black/mocha tires with K-Shield - 26 x 2.3" max. tire size without fenders
Civia Parkway Step-Thru Electric Bike
The Civia Parkway is the perfect ebike for experiencing the city. The there-when-you-need-it boost from Bosch’s ultra-reliable electric motor makes hills a breeze, while easy-to-use components celebrate the elegance of an uncomplicated bicycle. From no sweat crosstown commutes, to fitness rides, the Parkway is an exciting and fun option for getting around. Highlights: - Lightweight AL-6061 round frame tubing, rack and fender mounts - Bosch Active Line electric motor for gentle assist up to 20 mph - Equipped with Bosch Powerpack 400 frame battery, Purion compact computer, and 2A compact charger - Shimano 9-speed drivetrain and Shimano cable disc brakes - Kenda Kwick 26 x 2.0" black/mocha tires with K-Shield - 26 x 2.3" max. tire size without fenders
Civia North Loop E-Bike
The North Loop is a swift and stylish e-bike that makes riding farther, longer, and more often a breeze. Whether you’re heading across town or going on a ride with friends the lightweight aluminum frame glides smoothly over city streets and bike paths. With a sporty riding position, Bosch Active Line Plus drive unit, and reliable build spec, this e-bike makes hills, cross-town commutes, and fitness rides fun, no-sweat affairs.
Eddy Merckx Petit Enghien Sora
Start early, finish strong — just like Eddy, who chalked up his first victory in Petit Enghien while still in short trousers. The Petit Enghien is built around 26-inch wheels with scaled-down sizing to fit aspiring young riders. Its lightweight and stiff alloy frame and fork deliver sporty ride characteristics, while the Shimano Sora 18-speed drivetrain provides ample gearing for everything from fast sprints to long hill climbs. Shimano rim brakes ensure safety and control on speedy descents, too. Deda cockpit components finish the look and feel of the Petit Enghien with similarity to adult-sized bikes, but sized appropriately to create a ride every young racer will love.
Eddy Merckx Copenhagen 77 Alloy
For Eddy Merckx, winter training on the track was an essential building block of his historic domination of the spring classics. This "winter training" ended up netting Merckx countless six-day victories along with a European Championship. The Copenhagen 77's featherweight aluminum frame is incredibly stiff and is aerodynamically designed to slice through the air as you attempt to steal a lap on the pack. In concert with the sublime frame, the monocoque carbon fork offers precision steering and tracks perfectly as you take a dive down the banking during your race-winning attack. An FSA crank, Prologo saddle, and aluminum Deda cockpit keep the weight low and aesthetics tight on this machine that will make you the king or queen of the boards.
Eddy Merckx Blockhaus 67 Tiagra
Until the 1967 Giro, Eddy Merckx was known mainly as a sprinter. By winning the very tough 12th mountain stage of the Giro d'Italia at the Block Haus, he also established himself as a climber and emerged as the preeminent grand tour rider of his generation. The Blockhaus 67 is a light, stiff, aluminum racing bike that punches well above its weight. Shimano's 10-speed Tiagra drivetrain provides smooth, reliable shifting and a wide range of gears to get you up steep climbs, and the Shimano Tiagra brakes keep you secure while you rail back down. An aluminum Deda cockpit keeps the weight light, the aesthetics tight and adds to the outstanding stiffness on the Blockhaus 67.
Eddy Merckx Eeklo 70 Cantilever Tiagra
In Eeklo, Belgium, Eddy Merckx competed in his first cyclocross race, an event that also marked the first victory of his 'cross career. It attests to Merckx' multiple talents as a racer, his character, and his determination to win any competition he took part in. The Eeklo 70 is constructed from an aluminum frame and carbon fork and features optimized geometry for the grueling 'cross courses of Belgium and features extra mud clearance for even the most epic days. Shimano's workhorse Tiagra drivetrain breezes through shifts as you battle through grit and grime, and a plush Prologo saddle and lightweight aluminum Deda cockpit round out the build on this vessel through which you can channel the bulldog determination of the greatest cycling victor of all time.
Eddy Merckx Montreal 74 Tiagra
Montreal, 1974: Eddy Merckx wins the first World Championship ever held on the American continent. This stunning win was his fourth rainbow jersey in 10 years, and the women's Montreal 74 was built to commemorate this victory. It has an ultra-light and stiff aluminum frame that's married to a road-smoothing carbon fork. The women's-specific geometry is extremely versatile, offering both endurance and high-performance racers the perfect ride, while the Shimano Tiagra groupset delivers reliable and smooth shifting. You can count on the wide-range gears to get you up and over any hill, and the Shimano brakes provide consistent and powerful stopping power on the way back down. To top it off, reliable and lightweight Deda aluminum components round out the build on Montreal 74.
Eddy Merckx Blockhaus 67 105
Until the 1967 Giro, Eddy Merckx was known mainly as a sprinter. By winning the very tough 12th mountain stage of the Giro d'Italia at the Block Haus, he established himself as an outstanding climber and emerged as the preeminent grand tour rider of his generation. The Blockhaus 67 105 is a light, stiff, aluminum racing bike that punches well above its weight. Shimano outfitted this sweet chariot with fast-rolling wheels and an 11-speed 105 drivetrain that provides smooth shifting and reliability along with a wide range of gears to get you up steep climbs. Shimano 105 brakes keep you secure when you fly back down. An aluminum Deda cockpit keeps the weight low, the aesthetics tight, and ensures the Blockhaus combines outstanding stiffness with great compliance.
Eddy Merckx Eeklo 70 Cantilever Rival
In Eeklo, Belgium, Eddy Merckx competed in his first cyclocross race, an event that also marked the first victory of his 'cross career. It attests to Merckx' multiple talents as a racer, his character, and his determination to win any competition he took part in. The Eeklo 70 is constructed from an aluminum frame and carbon fork and features optimized geometry for the grueling 'cross courses of Belgium—with extra mud clearance for even the most epic days. SRAM's Rival 1 1 x 11-speed drivetrain ensures positive shifting as you battle through grit and grime, and a plush Prologo saddle and lightweight aluminum Deda cockpit round out the build on this vessel through which you can channel the bulldog determination of the greatest cycling victor of all time.
Eddy Merckx Milano 72 Caliper Tiagra
The Milano 72 channels the Eddy Merckx' hard-fought victory in the 1972 Giro d'Italia, which he used to cement his status as the premiere grand tour winner of all time. The women's Milano 72 Caliper is constructed from a high-performance carbon monocoque frame, designed specifically for female geometry, and is paired to a vibration-damping, stiff carbon fork. The 10-speed Shimano Tiagra drivetrain delivers crisp, reliable shifting and a wide-range of gears to get you up and over the steepest hills. After topping out on those climbs, carve back down with confidence thanks to the powerful Shimano Tiagra brakes. Reliable and lightweight Deda aluminum components round out the build on this sleek speed machine.
Eddy Merckx Montreal 74 105
Montreal, 1974: Eddy Merckx wins the first World Championship ever held on the American continent. This stunning win was his fourth rainbow jersey in 10 years, and the women's Montreal 74 was built to commemorate this victory. It has an ultra-light and stiff aluminum frame that's married to a road-smoothing carbon fork. The women's-specific geometry is extremely versatile, offering both endurance and high-performance racers the perfect ride, while the 11-speed Shimano 105 groupset delivers reliable and smooth shifting. You can count on the wide-range gears to get you up and over any hill, and the sleek Shimano 105 brakes provide consistent and powerful stopping power on the way back down. To top it off, reliable and lightweight Deda aluminum components round out the build on Montreal 74.
Eddy Merckx Sallanches 64 Caliper Tiagra
In 1964, Eddy Merckx marked the start of his extraordinarily successful career and became the amateur world champion in Sallanches, France. As a testament to this watershed moment, Eddy Merckx created the Sallanches 64, a carbon racing machine that combines race-level stiffness with ample long distance comfort. Shimano's workhorse Tiagra drivetrain delivers crisp, reliable shifts on command. The wide-range gearing will get you up and over the steepest bergs, while the Shimano Tiagra brakes keep you in control on the way back down. Fast-rolling Shimano wheels sit beneath this beast, while a Prologo saddle delivers exceptional comfort mile after mile. A lightweight aluminum cockpit and seatpost finish off the build. Go ahead and grab a piece of cycling greatness aboard the Sallanches 64.
Eddy Merckx Blockhaus 67 Ultegra
Until the 1967 Giro, Eddy Merckx was known mainly as a sprinter. By winning the very tough 12th mountain stage of the Giro d'Italia at the Block Haus, he established himself as an outstanding climber and emerged as the preeminent grand tour rider of his generation. The Blockhaus 67 Ultegra is a light, stiff, aluminum racing bike that punches well above its weight. Shimano outfitted this sweet chariot with fast-rolling wheels and an 11-speed Ultegra drivetrain that provides velvety-smooth shifting along with a wide range of gears to get you up steep climbs. Shimano Ultegra brakes keep you secure when you fly back down. An aluminum Deda cockpit keeps the weight low, the aesthetics tight, and ensures the Blockhaus combines outstanding stiffness with great compliance.
Eddy Merckx Milano 72 Caliper 105
The Milano 72 channels the hard-fought victory by Eddy Merckx in the 1972 Giro d'Italia that he used to cement his status as the premiere grand tour winner of all time. The women's Milano 72 Caliper is constructed from a high-performance carbon monocoque frame, designed specifically for female geometry, and is paired to a stiff carbon fork. The 11-speed Shimano 105 drivetrain delivers crisp, smooth shifts on demand, along with a wide-range of gears to get you up and over the steepest hills. After topping out on those climbs, carve back down with confidence thanks to the powerful Shimano 105 brakes. Reliable and lightweight Deda aluminum components round out the build on this sleek speed machine.
Eddy Merckx Montreal 74 Ultegra
Montreal, 1974: Eddy Merckx wins the first World Championship ever held on the American continent. This stunning win was his fourth rainbow jersey in 10 years, and the women's Montreal 74 was built to commemorate this victory. It has an ultra-light and stiff aluminum frame that's married to a road-smoothing carbon fork. The women's-specific geometry is extremely versatile, offering both endurance and high-performance racers the perfect ride, while the 11-speed Shimano Ultegra groupset delivers velvet-smooth shifting. You can count on the wide-range gears to get you up and over any hill, and the light and powerful Shimano Ultegra brakes provide consistent stopping power on the way back down. To top it off, reliable and lightweight Deda aluminum components round out the build on Montreal 74.
Eddy Merckx Sallanches 64 Caliper 105
In 1964, Eddy Merckx marked the start of his extraordinarily successful career and became the amateur World Champion in Sallanches, France. As a testament to this watershed moment, Eddy Merckx created the Sallanches 64, a carbon racing machine that combines race-level stiffness with ample long distance comfort. Shimano's 11-speed 105 drivetrain provides crisp, smooth shifts right at your fingertips. The wide-range gearing will get you up and over the steepest bergs, while the Shimano 105 brakes keep you in control on the way back down. Fast-rolling Shimano wheels sit beneath this beast, while a Prologo saddle delivers exceptional comfort mile after mile. A lightweight aluminum cockpit and seatpost finish off the build. Go ahead and grab a piece of cycling greatness by hopping aboard the Sallanches 64.
Eddy Merckx Mourenx 69 Caliper Frame
Once you've broken away from the pack, you're completely on your own, fighting a seemingly endless battle. Luckily, you have the Mourenx 69 Caliper, a bike that makes you feel like you are reliving the greatest stage in the 1969 Tour de France, a day when the greatest cyclist ever took the lead and never looked back. This heroic solo 214.5km ride from Luchon to Mourenx provided the inspiration for the Mourenx 69, a racing bike specially designed for long distances. The heart of this beast is a carbon frame that features one of the highest compliance to stiffness ratios on the market, while also providing a slightly longer head tube and shorter top tube, giving you a more forgiving position, which is crucial for long distance races. Escaping daily life and getting away from the crowd isn't easy, but go ahead and go for that long ride, you have the Mourenx 69.
Eddy Merckx Strasbourg 71 Alloy 105
Eddy Merckx set the tone for the 1971 Tour de France when he narrowly out-sprinted Roger De Vlaeminck on a gravel track. As a testament to this historic win, Eddy Merckx created the Strasbourg 71, a racing bike designed specifically for gravel roads and off-road adventures. The lightweight aluminum frame is more than happy cruising a paved highway, but the sturdy construction and clearance for up to 40mm tires makes it truly at home on endless rolling gravel roads. Sturdy DT Swiss Spline wheels wrapped in Clement UHS tires have a split personality: able to handle whatever rough road you seek out while remaining nimble and fast-rolling on race day. Shimano outfitted this beast with a smooth-shifting 105 drivetrain, along with hydraulic disc brakes to give you unmatched control in all conditions. A plush Prologo saddle keeps you comfortable mile after bumpy mile, while the aluminum Deda cockpit keeps the aesthetics tight and weight low.
Eddy Merckx Milano 72 Disc Tiagra
The Milano 72 channels the Eddy Merckx' hard-fought victory in the 1972 Giro d'Italia, which he used to cement his status as the premiere grand tour winner of all time. The women's Milano 72 Disc is constructed from a high-performance carbon monocoque frame, designed specifically for female geometry, and is paired to a bump-smoothing and stiff carbon fork. The 10-speed Shimano Tiagra drivetrain delivers crisp, reliable shifting and a wide-range of gears to get you up and over the steepest hills. After topping out on those climbs, carve back down with confidence thanks to the powerful Shimano Tiagra hydraulic disc brakes. Reliable and lightweight Deda aluminum components round out the build on this sleek speed machine.
Eddy Merckx Sallanches 64 Disc Tiagra
In 1964, Eddy Merckx marked the start of his extraordinarily successful career and became the amateur world champion in Sallanches, France. As a testament to this watershed moment, Eddy Merckx created the Sallanches 64, a carbon racing machine that combines race-level stiffness with ample long distance comfort. Shimano's workhorse Tiagra drivetrain delivers crisp, reliable shifts on command. The wide-range gearing will get you up and over the steepest bergs, while the Shimano Tiagra hydraulic disc brakes keep you in control on the way back down. Fast-rolling Fulcrum wheels sit beneath this beast, while a Prologo saddle delivers exceptional comfort mile after mile. A lightweight aluminum cockpit and seatpost finish off the build. Go ahead and grab a piece of cycling greatness aboard the Sallanches 64.
Eddy Merckx Copenhagen 77 Carbon Frame
For Eddy Merckx, winter training on the track was an essential building block of his historic domination of the spring classics. This "winter training" ended up netting Merckx countless six-day victories along with a European Championship. The Copenhagen 77's svelte carbon frame is unbelievably stiff and an aerodynamic wonder, designed to slice through the heavy air of the velodrome as you attempt to steal a lap. In concert with the sublime frame, the monocoque carbon fork offers precision steering and tracks perfectly as you take a dive down the banking during your race winning attack. The light weight and pleasing aesthetics on this speed machine will make sure you are crowned king of the boards.
Eddy Merckx Eeklo 70 Disc Rival
In Eeklo, Belgium, Eddy Merckx competed in his first cyclocross race, an event that also marked the first victory of his 'cross career. It attests to Merckx' multiple talents as a racer, his character, and his determination to win any competition he took part in. The Eeklo 70 is constructed from a carbon frame that has geometry optimized for the grueling 'cross courses of Belgium and features extra mud clearance for even the most epic days. The carbon fork boasts a tapered steerer for precision handling on anything from the sandy fields of Koksijde to your local course. SRAM's Rival 1 1x11 drivetrain ensures positive shifting as you battle through grit and grime, while the hydraulic disc brakes provide excellent speed modulation and stopping power over steep drops. A plush Prologo saddle and lightweight aluminum Deda cockpit round out the build on this vessel through which you can channel the bulldog determination of the greatest cycling victor of all time.
Eddy Merckx Liege 75
Equal parts cycling history and modern beauty, the Liege 75 pays tribute to Eddy Merckx' astounding win at the 1975 Liege-Bastogne-Liege with this high-performance steel racing bike. The Liege 75's refined character comes from a combination of its Columbus Zona steel frame paired to a buzz-soaking carbon fork to create a unique riding experience that's built to be fast through enhanced control. Campagnolo Potenza adorns this classic steed with brawny control and maximum range through the compact double crankset, while the Campagnolo Vento wheelset mated to Vittoria Corsa tires offer maximum aerodynamic penetration and stability at high speeds. Deda Zero aluminum bar and stem components and a Prologo Nago Evo saddle complete the Liege 75 build.
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