Category: Cyclocross

Salsa Vaya GX now available!

Vaya is a road adventure and light touring bike, designed to handle any road surface, from pavement to gravel to dirt. The tubing selection and stable geometry across the line makes for a bike that feels great unloaded or loaded for a fast tour, soaking up unpredictable surfaces mile after mile, from one town to the next. Vaya is an extremely versatile machine, always ready and able if the path turns less than ideal.

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JR’s Single Speed Wolverine

Our mate John loves a single speed. He's got an enviable collection of bikes and had a gap between the cross bike and the SS hardtail that needed filling. Despite being the biggest frame size we've built, John's is the lightest Wolverine that's been through the shop.

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Riley’s SOMA Double Cross Gravel Commuter

Riley has been commuting on a Paconi steel road bike for years. He came to us looking for something more suited to the daily grind of poor roads, all weather conditions and emergency braking. He also wanted a bike that he would be able to take on dirt road adventures on the weekend. It had to be fast, and black too.

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SOMA Wolverine

Jan 2015 Update - We've just received stock from the second production run! Most are presold, but we have a few left in sizes 52cm, 56cm, (maybe a 58cm) and a 60cm. With the deteriorating Australian dollar vs the USD the price for the frameset is now $950. This is all the stock we could get for Australia so be quick if you want one.

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Dirt Drops

Why would an adult want to spend their leisure time riding round and round a muddy, grassy field on something that looks like a road bike? It defies explanation. And yet, as we've said before - Cyclocross is cool.

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Cyclocross and the Black Market.

The Brunswick Cycling Club is running a great 3 race CX series which we're using as an excuse to host the inaugural Bicycle Black Market - an opportunity for all of us to either fill up (or clear out in the case of stall holders) our bike parts bins.

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