FUJI Tread! Disc brakes, carbon fork, nice wide tires.

Introducing your new favorite go-anywhere do-anything bike: The FUJI Tread. This bike is made for crushing city streets or flying down gravel paths. It is the total package; 32mm wide CityWide tires for plenty of control and comfort, Shimano shifting with 16 gears to keep you going, and disc brakes to bring it all under control. We're still not sure how Fuji managed to put it all together for $769. Get one before they figure it out.
Check out the links below for specs from Fuji or to see a picture from instagram.

Bike of the Week: Klein Stage Comp

Here is a beautiful aluminum road bike from the recent past.These were hand-made in Chehalis, Washington and are known for nice riding geometry and beautiful paint. It is equipped with a Shimano 105 groupset with 3X8 gearing to tackle any hill you come across. The light and stiff aluminum frame also contributes to the well-deserved reputation as a sweet climbing bike. The seat tube measures 54cm Center-to-Center and 57cm up to the top of the clamp, giving it a stand-over height of 31 inches. The top tube is 56cm. I believe it is a 1997 model, based on components and color.

Bike of the Week: PINK Draft Lite

Check it out! SE has released their 2015 bikes in fresh new colors and this one is gorgeous. It's a lovely pink and features black and grey accents from the logos down to the color-matched tires. They also come in yellow and CHROME! We stock all sizes, down to a 43cm one with perfectly proportioned 650C wheels. Come over to Wolf today and see which one looks best under you.

Bike of the Week: Trek 720

We have a beautiful Trek 720 Touring bike from 1984 or '85. It is a beautiful touring bike, complete with powerful Shimano cantilever brakes, rack bosses with rear rack already installed, long chainstays for plenty of heel clearance with panniers on the back, and Suntour Bar-Con shifters so you can shift without taking your hands off the bars. The nice Shimano triple crankset will give you plenty of gears for getting over the Rockies or just up Walnut street. The Cinelli bars and stem look perfect and feel proper.

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