Floor Demo Sale

December 31, 2017    

Every year we toss out the old and make room for the new, kind of like some dystopian Logan's Run scenario for retail products. Our floor demo bikes are on sale now. Offer limited to stock on hand, usually one per model. You can call in your payment and we'll hold it for you to pick up.

The Edgerunner 8E and 10E are designed to be safe, durable, and grow with you for a lifetime. The compact 20” rear wheel makes loading children or cargo easy, and the low center of gravity keeps these bikes feeling stable especially when riding with kids. The 350-watt maintenance-free Bosch Performance Line electric direct-drive motor means you’ll be able to bike up hills much faster than an elite racer, even when carrying heavy loads. The Edgerunner 27D has low gear for steep hills and 27 speeds for just the right one. Strong and ultra-reliable upgraded Avid BB-7 disc brakes, and puncture-resistant, shock-absorbing Schwalbe Big Ben tires with reflective sidewalls.

We installed a Bionx drive on an Edgerunner 24D. The electronics on the Bionx drive are the most sophisticated kit available. Unlike other kits, you get to keep your front derailer and mountain bike gearing. And the power control is so smooth, you will not notice it’s on, you’ll just feel like the hills aren’t as steep, you’re really having a good day, and there’s an endless tailwind. The Cargo Node fits on an elevator, fits on Caltrain, and fits on BART! Yepp seats fit too! Click here for reviews of this versatile folder.

Yuba's Spicy Curry Bosch is a powerful, well-balanced, smooth-riding electric cargo bike. They swapped out the Currie motor for the Bosch CX battery assist for more power to easily take the hills and haul more stuff. Fully compatible with Yepp child seats, or add a pad for older (or additional) children. With the Carry-On cargo racks, which mount high or low, you’ll never run out of room for all your stuff.

Sometimes you just want a Bike Friday. The Pocket Companion is that bike: 8-speeds, classic Bike Friday fold, cheap and simple. The Haul-a-Day offers unprecedented versatility because it utilizes Bike Friday’s OSATA [One Size Adjusts To All] design, which allows its frame to adjust to fit riders 4-foot to 6-foot-4 (1.2-1.9 m). Parents can take turns riding the same bike in the morning taking kids to school as well as riding it in the afternoon bringing home supplies from the hardware or grocery store.

The Urban Arrow looks gigantic, and holds a massive number of kids, but when riding you’ll notice that the box curves gently; narrower and lower in the front. This departure from rectangular means that the edge follows the front wheel during tight turns, allowing the bike to fit easily through spaces you’d never expect. With a maximum width of 27.25 inches it will fit through narrow San Francisco doors. The 400 watt Bosch motor is powerful enough so that you won’t mind climbing, and the NuVinci infinitely variable hub makes changing gears easy, even when stopped. Little touches like a completely enclosed chainguard keep things clean and simple to operate.