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Tanaka Copper Bottle Cage
$28.00
- Copper finish matches premium leather saddles, Crane copper bells, and Joe Bike's Most Sexiest Fenders in hammered copper. - 4.5 mm aluminum rod with aluminum bolts - Made in Japan
Soma Wolverine Daily Grinder (complete city build) 2017
$1,979.00 - $2,975.00
Joe Bike's own Soma Wolverine Daily Grinder housebuild features all the things we look for in an ultimate commuter bike: belt drive, internal gearing, robust tires, and disc brakes, along with an optional dynamo system, fenders, and rack. Together these give you a weatherproof, clean, quiet, ultra-low-maintenance bike that's ideal for less-than-perfect conditions. Fully rack- and fender-friendly. Semi-sweptback handlebars give you a slightly more upright position than flat bars will, yet still lets you put your impressive strength into your pedalstroke. The 46/22 gearing with Alfine 8 is set up for moderately high-speed riding on your typical mildly hilly Portland terrain (excluding the west hills, that is). However, if you'll be hauling some weight with you, climbing steep grades, or just wanting to take it easy, we can lighten this up by using a 24t cog...or even a 26t...at no extra charge. Just ask. And now, we can build the Daily Grinder up with drop bars, thanks to the recent appearance of Alfine-8 bar-end/downtube shifter from MicroShift and an integrated shifter/levers from Portland's own Gevenalle. Get in touch if you're interested. We can also do an Alfine 11 Wolverine with drop bars using Microshift's STI-like 11-speed shifter. Questions people ask us about this bike: Q: Don't I need to adjust the belt tension every time I reinstall the rear wheel, such as when I change a flat? A: No. Soma, along with a few others, "gets" belt drive and have designed their dropouts accordingly. In this case, Soma uses Paragon sliding dropouts. The only time you should need to check and adjust belt tension is in the future, when the belt teeth gradually erode and the tension therefore gradually slackens. This adjustment is easily done on the Wolverine, and you won't have to do it for maybe the first 2,000 miles or so, although this depends on your riding style. The Portlandistan version adds a premium dynamo system, stylish Full Metal Fenders from Portland Design Works, and a light but stiff Axiom Streamliner Disc DLX rack, which has twice the capacity of most racks. Q: Can I make substitutions or other changes? A: Sure, but the price will likely change. We sourced build kits at a lower cost than you'd expect, and that's reflected in the surprisingly low price of the bike. But just let us know what you have in mind (email is best). Q: What are some upgrades I should consider? A: A Brooks Cambium or leather saddle would be nice. Either PDW Whiskey leather ergo grips or Ergon Biokork ergo grips would make good sense. If you want to charge your smartphone, Garmin, or camera off of the dynamo system, the Busch & Mueller Luxos U headlight does that very well, although it's expensive ($258). Kickstands are highly underrated. Schwalbe Marathon Supreme tires would make you the customer of our dreams.

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Soma Wolverine Touring Rohloff
$4,450.00 - $5,150.00
*650b Wolverine builds available on request. Now that the Wolverine has passed the stiffness test that lets us match Rohloff with belt drive, we've created the Weltgrinder, a complete touring build that gives you Rohloff's famously wide gear range and extraordinary durability along with Gates Carbon Drive for lower maintenance and greater longevity than a chain. Jones Loop carbon handlebars give you multiple hand positions for long days on the road, with superior positioning for both climbing and descending.* A Schmidt/Busch & Mueller dynamo system (or Schmidt/Klite for even brighter light) lets you charge smartphones and external battery packs while you pedal is part of the deal, as are front and rear racks(Jandd Extreme and Surly Formerly Known as Nice Rack, respectively). 36-spoke Velocity Dyad rims, Surly Knard 700 x 41 tires, Chris King headset, Thomson seatpost...you get the picture. The price includes all of these things; there's a nondynamo build and a dynamo build. Weltgrinder includes tons of American-made components like the Velocity rims, the Gates system, the Chris King headset, the Thomson seatpost, and the carbon Jones Loop Bars, along with the German-made hubs and lights, and let's not forget the English saddle. This is truly a bike built for the world. Are you grossly unfamiliar with Jones Loop bars? We could not explain their virtues better than this copy from the Jones website: Better handling and power output The shape of the Jones Loop bar really allows you to throw the bike around in technical situations. With your hands in the wide and rearward grip position you can keep your weight back and your arm stance wide for stable and controlled technical or steep downhill riding. This position is just like having a wide bar with a short stem, similar to a downhill or dirt jumping bike, but with more sweep. This additional sweep brings your arms in closer to your side to allow more comfortable and natural use of your arm and back muscles. The sweep also allows you to push and swing the bike side to side with more control and power. It's especially beneficial when climbing. These bars allow you to really get up on top of the pedals and grind out low cadence standing power for climbing in hard gears which is why the bar is so popular with single speeders. Your hands pull more towards your shoulders, a more natural 'pull' with stronger muscles. This allows you to push down with more force at the pedal. In extremely tight turns with the bar close to 90 degrees your outside arm and wrist is not taken to the edge of their flexible range as with traditional bars. This provides more control and stability on switch backs. More comfortable and ergonomic The sweep matches your natural hand and wrist positions creating a stronger hand and body position. With an H-Bar, your weight is evenly distributed across the width of your hand instead of being focused at the out side edge of your hand, the main cause of finger numbness. This 'even grip pressure' on the bar allows a better, more secure grip on the bar. This is especially nice if you chose to ride a fully rigid bike. The many and varied hand positions greatly reduce hand numbness and wrist pain. The H-Bar also reduces back pain since it has a range of hand positions from rear to front. This range allows you to move around and stretch your back. This is a bar you can ride all day.

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For more information on Jones Loop bars, a review from Bikepackers Magazine can be found at http://bikepackersmagazine.com/jones-bikes-loop-h-bars/.
Salsa Vaya GX demo/floor model
$1,599.00 - $1,699.00
We're clearing out our 2017 Vaya GX demo/floor models. They have been test ridden but are in pristine condition. Full Salsa warranty applies. Close-up photos available on request; just specify size and color. We can ship these domestically for $89. No tax. The Vaya GX is our favorite Vaya. It includes a carbon thru-axle fork with lowrider mounts (something you don't see on most carbon forks), mounts for three bottle cages, and clearance for tires up to 47 mm. Any-road, gravel, commuting, and light touring Mounting points for rear rack and front lowrider racks Mounting points for front and rear fenders From backroad rambling and rails-to-trails touring to workday commutes and all-around fun, you'll enjoy mile after mile of smooth pedaling on the Salsa Vaya. With its vibration-damping Kung Fu chromoly steel frame and carbon fork, Vaya's relaxed geometry provides comfort on any route. Avid BB7 mechanical disc brakes increase stopping power in wet conditions, and the compact crankset offers a good range of gearing for climbing mountain fire roads and rolling through the valley below. And, when the skinny path through the woods lures your adventurous side, the Vaya's wide 700 x 40c WTB Nano tires let you explore with stability and confidence. When your best rides include covering all kinds of surfaces, make the Vaya your versatile companion. Most of our Vayas go out the door with road tires, usually around 35mm wide. If you're going to be mostly commuting, an easy switch to that kind of tires will probably serve you best. We can do that at low cost at the time you purchase your bike, and we can help you pick the best ones. You'll get some credit on the original tires to help offset the cost.
Cycliq Fly12 Headlight with camera
$349.00
Now everytime you turn your headlight on and ride, you're automatically recording your view on video. Fly12 is a front-facing 1080p action camera and 400 lumen light combination. It's also a security device, alerting you if the light is moved while the bike is locked up. Features: Looping video and 1-button footage protection ensures you never miss the action. Multiple lighting modes available including flashing, solid, pulse & off (don't use flashing at night--use solid). Up to 10 hours of battery life when in camera-only mode. Nano technology means you can use the camera rain, shine or snow. Fly12 connects to your iPhone using Bluetooth and WiFi, allowing you to adjust your settings and more directly through your iPhone. Connect your Fly12 to the CycliqPlus App to view and edit your videos. Overlay Strava metrics onto the video right from your iPhone for instant sharing. Add tramlines to your footage showing lawful passing distance from your bike. Fly12 comes equipped with incident protection so if you are unable to save your footage after a nasty incident, Fly12 will protect the important footage for you. Translation: if your bike goes horizontal for 5 seconds or longer, the preceding footage is saved. Powerful security alarm feature detects movement when parked. Includes a 16GB microSD class 10 memory card pre-installed, along with a charging cable. The Fly6 is Cycliq's taillight camera. See Related Items. For a limited time, we're offering free shipping, and there's no sales tax.
Busch & Mueller Lumotec IQ-X dynamo headlight
$146.00
Busch & Mueller have outdone their top-of-the-line Luxos headlights with the 100 lux IQ-X. For road use, this is the most powerful dynamo headlight we know of. (For bushwacking, the best are Klite from Australia and Exposure from Britain, both of which we stock. They're brighter than the IQ-X but their beam pattern is optimized for singletrack.) The IQ-X's new optical system produces a smoother distribution of light on the road than any other headlight. How does 100 lux translate into lumens? From a cyclist's perspective, there is no translation. Lumens describes the amount of light produced, whereas lux describes illumination of a given area at a given distance. From a cyclist's perspective, lux is a much more meaningful indicator of a light's usefulness. The housing is anodized aluminum and acts as the heat sink for the LED. The IQ-X has a standing light (like all the B&M lights we carry), as well as daytime running lights. A senso automatically switches to either daytime or nighttime mode. It does not have a blinking mode, and that's good, because a blinking light this powerful would be extremely annoying, not to mention dangerous, to both motorized and nonmotorized oncoming traffic. Mounting: compatible with other Busch & Müller headlight mounts. The included mount will work on most bikes. As with other B&M headlights, it includes wiring for a tail light. The sleek appearance of the IQ-X is also a nice step forward for Busch & Mueller. We hope B&M will offer a USB port version of the IQ-X that, like the Luxos U, lets you charge phones, cameras, and other devices while you pedal.
Busch & Mueller Luxos U
$258.00
The pre-eminent dynamo light on the market includes a handlebar-mounted USB charging port, so you can use your dynamo hub to power your smart phone or an external battery either with the light on or (preferably, for faster charging) off. Luxos is the light to get if you ride where there aren't any streetlights and/or if you ride at high speed. The beam width widens the faster you go. Because it also cleanly charges your smart device, GPS unit, or external battery pack, this is very much THE light to get for bikepacking. Although some people successfully use the Luxos U with Shimano's 1.5W dynamo hub, we recommend using the standard 3W hubs from Shutter Precision, Schmidt, Sanyo, or Shimano. The only tail light we recommend with the Luxos is the B&M Top Light Line Plus with brake light.
Blackburn 2fer USB Light Front or Rear
$25.00
We're big fans of the new 2fer as a secondary or reserve light because: --it's either a front or rear light with the push of a button. --it's bright for its size: 60 lumens if used as a front light, 20 if rear. --it lights up on the sides as well, which is what we recommend for all bike lights. --it's only $25 --you can run the light steady or blinking. We strongly recommend you run the light steady, especially in the front and especially in the dark, because blinking front lights can cause a number of serious problems for people who'd like nothing more than not to drive into you. --it's rainproof --LED Fuel Gauge/Charge Indicator: Green = >75%, Orange = 75-25%, Red = <25% In short, the 2fer is great to carry with you as a backup light, or get two as a secondary system.
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