Last modified: May 24, 2010

Summer 2010 Limited Editions

Let's take a look shall we?

After numerous heated board meetings (I sent you an evite, you didn't respond.  Nice netiquette jerk!), multiple letters to the editor, and two black eyes we've finally reached a consensus and the color for this summer is blue.  In celebration of Blue we've brought in Limited Edition versions of our 612 Crankset, Cecil and Standard pedals, Standard hubsets, and Standard toe straps in both blue and red. 

Once they are sold through they are gone forever (or until the color of the summer is once again blue), so get them while they last.

LE Blue 612 Track Crankset 165mm



*
you should know that the blue 612 crankset came out a lighter blue than the rest of the components.  That's just how it goes sometimes with ano, different materials or even different batches yield differences in outcome 


Cecil LE Blue

Standard LE Blue

Standard LE Hubset Blue 32h fixed/free

LE Standard Toe Straps Blue & Red


*A thing to remember about all of our toe straps:  we switched to a thicker, stronger, higher quality leather, and new buckles this January. 
Way better quality, same price.  Because we care about you and want you to be both happy and successful.

kisses,
AC

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