Gotham is a fairly new brand, but they’ve tackled the problem of bike lights being stolen by making a stylish permanently mounted front light (the rear is in production).
Have a look at the video here to see what they’re all about!
We’ve got a good stock of both black and silver, retailing for £65 and £60 respectively.
Check their website here for more info.
Two of my very good friends have epic charity bike rides coming up and are well on their way to fulfilling their desired amount, but could always do with a bit more help. Click the links below for more info on the men themselves, the rides, and most importantly the causes they’re cycling for!
Enjoyed building up this tasty little Roberts Lo-Pro we’ve had in the shop for a bit. Built for the wife of one of our customers, and finished with a modern Shimano 105 group, Hope to Open Pro wheels and Nitto bullhorn bars make for a fast but comfy steed. Lovely.
We just had some more tasty De Rosas land in the shop. Needless to say, they look amazing and need to be seen up close and personal, like.
Firstly is their cheapest full carbon monocoque bike, the R848, with a mix of 105 and Tiagra it retails at £1,700.
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The lovely guys at Bike Radar came in for a nose around and a quick chat,
here’s their write-up of the shop…
Just had one of these come through the door, looks pretty sweet! Pop in and take a look. Retail is £2,100.
To go with the replica Raleigh T.I. bike that recently arrived, we’ve just received a matching jersey.
Made by Santini for Raleigh, it retails for £40, or will be free to anyone who buys the bike!
We put in an order for one of these ages ago, when we first heard they were being made. For one reason or another production was delayed, but one finally came through the door the other day.
It looks great, and definitely looks the part; the frame is made from Reynolds 525 tubing, and sensibly, Raleigh have specced it with a modern Campagnolo Veloce group, along with Record hubs laced to Mavic Open Pros plus the newly re-issued Cinelli Criterium bars, 1A stem and San Marco Concor saddle.
At £2000 it’s not a cheap purchase, but is definitely one for anyone wanting a piece of cycling history with a touch of class. Only 125 of these have been made (for Raleigh’s 125th anniversary) and we have one of the 54cm models. Pop in and take a closer look.
And here’s a pic of one of the originals, just to compare.
My friend Tom picked up his new bike we just built for him on Saturday.
It’s a Mercian frame, resprayed with our decals, and a Dura Ace 7800 group.
Needless to say, it looks super nice, I was definitely a bit jealous.