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February 13, 2020
Bike of the Week: A MotoGP Inspired Sarto Seta
With the start of the MotoGP season kick off just weeks away, it's only fitting that we share a build inspired by the high horse powered super bikes. While it might lack an engine, and likely won't be ridden wearing full leathers, this Sarto Seta road bike is packing no shortage...
February 06, 2020
Experience Enve at Above Category
Wheels. Without them, a bicycle really can't be a bicycle. As essential as they are, not all wheels are created equal. Even when if is no object, finding the perfect wheel is a nuanced process. Reading a spec list and internet reviews can only get you so far. Wouldn't it be great...
February 03, 2020
Protecting The Extremities: Updates from q36.5
For many of us, staying off the bike is simply not an option, regardless of the conditions mother nature throws our way. Weather be damned, we're getting our miles in. Luckily, we live in a time where there's no shortage of apparel and accessories to help keep us warm when...
January 24, 2020
Bike of the Week: A Satin Sarto Seta Plus
It's a new year and the shop has already been bustling with some out of this world builds. Road, gravel, mountain—it's all been going down here in the AC headquarters, and we're excited to share our first featured build of 2020. Emerging from all that hustle is this satin Sarto Seta...
January 18, 2020
Gravel Two Ways: Two Different Bikes Built For OSBR
Most people like to get in a few shake down rides on their brand new bikes before diving into a big event ride. We'd never argue that conventional wisdom, but sometimes the timing just doesn't work out. Just ahead of our Officially Serious Bicycle Ride, we finished off two builds, both...
January 18, 2020
OSBR 2: The Aftermath
A burly 55 mile mixed terrain route, navigating rugged dirt roads covered in rocks and mud pits, scaling pitches nearing 20%, and averaging over 1k ft of climbing per 10 miles, all right in the middle of January with a very high chance of rain? It sounds like a pretty ridiculous thing...
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