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De Rosa: Ugo De Rosa began manufacturing bicycle frames at 18 years of age. Half a century later, still designed in the mountains of Italy, the iconic brand focuses on using cutting-edge and time-tested materials to build evolutionary racing machines. De Rosa bicycle frames have been a fixture in the professional peloton since the 1960’s and his bikes have graced countless podiums throughout the world to this day. Click through now to see the stunning collection.
Mountain Biking Apparel & Accessories: Gear up to savor some singletrack or dominate the downhill with this comprehensive collection of mountain bike apparel and accessories by top brands in the fat-tire game, including DAKINE, Dainese, Kona, and more. Don’t miss out!
Road Cycling Apparel & Footwear: You used to dream of being in a band. Instead, you settled on being a roadie, rocking the asphalt on two wheels every day. At least you can still wear spandex. Gear up for your next gig with something from this large collection of cycling footwear and apparel by premium brands.
Cycling Helmets: Check yo’ head. Falling off a bike hurts. Whether it’s on pavement, slickrock, or a root-strewn trail, do the smart thing and wear one of these helmets. We’re featuring a variety of styles from Uvex, LAS, and Limar to help keep your brain sharp for years to come.
Bike Components, Tires, & More: Get insider pricing on everything you need for summer cycling for some of the top brands in the cycling world. This comprehensive collection features Brooks saddles, Fyxation tires, Crankbrothers stems, pedals, and much more. Ride on!
IN OTHER NEWS:
Magellan Sets Sail: Did you know?
On August 10th, 1519 (that’s today!), Ferdinand Magellan’s five ships raised their sails to circumnavigate the globe. They got nowhere fast. The fleet sailed from Seville to the Spanish coast, where they proceeded to anchor for five weeks waiting for provisions to bolster their supplies. After the layover, Magellan and company crossed the Atlantic in three months and spotted South America on December 6th, anchoring near present day Rio de Janeiro. They sailed down the South American coast until they discovered a deep brine passage. On All Saint’s Day, Magellan’s ships entered the strait and became the first Europeans to reach Tierra del Fuego on the Pacific side of the strait, which has now been named the Strait of Magellan.