Marin demo bike SALE

We need to find homes for these 2016 carbon Marin demo bikes! Each of these bikes were custom builds, valued between $6000 and $7000… we’re selling them off for nearly half that! Each of these bikes are tuned in, ready to ride and will serve for years to come. Each of these bikes are size Large, though the Attack Trail & Mt Vision fit more like most size Medium bikes. Please call the shop or drop us a message if you have ANY questions about these bikes. 2016 Rift Zone Pro, 29er $3400 Marin’s flagship 29er, this carbon bike can … Continue reading Marin demo bike SALE

Ceviche and the Monkeywrench Gang

“Dude I’ve been trying to get ahold of you!” Cedar had been calling me and leaving messages for a couple days. I’d been ignoring them because… life. (sorry man!) He caught me one day while doing some work at a coffee shop. “What would you think about doing a demo ride/bikepacking trip with Advocate Cycles right after Interbike?”   “Well heck,” I thought, “I’ve asked, practically begged, two other bike companies to do this with me in the past…” Advocate Cycles is a legit up-and-comer bike brand in the adventure-by-bike segment. Keep an eye on them, it’ll be good. I knew … Continue reading Ceviche and the Monkeywrench Gang

Bike Shop Dad: The Reset Button- Camp Dirtbag

“That sidewinder almost got me!” said Rod as he emerged from darkness at the top of a sand wash. KC and I were waiting at the road intersection at the top of the wash, contemplating the newfangled casino lights flickering in the distance. Apparently we’d taken a slightly different route to the road and avoided the hostile snake. An hour earlier, I’d just rolled into town, unloaded my bike and stuffed a sub sandwich into my pack. Sunset came like a light switch, and we were in the desert, amongst sidewinders, tarantulas, and other critters. 29 Palms is a desert town … Continue reading Bike Shop Dad: The Reset Button- Camp Dirtbag

Jim’s Seattle to Oceanside Ride

When Jim landed in Seattle and called the contact’s he’d made on, they were so nice he wondered if it could even be true. “Are they going to bury me?” he asked himself. His hosts- Chris & Jaclynn- ended up showing him the film Inspired to Ride that evening. He enjoyed the fellowship of like minded folks, and knew his trip was off to a good start. Jim had decided to set out on his 1600 mile ride over the course of 18 days some time earlier. He’d known a guy in college who’d made the trip, and decided … Continue reading Jim’s Seattle to Oceanside Ride