30 October, 2015
Posted by VeloOrange at 3:35:00 PM
21 October, 2015
Please check out our special page. We've put some great stuff on sale, including Onza tires, Relevate frame bags, and Velo Transit Panniers.
We also have a couple blemished Camargues on the specials page. Little scratches on the chain stay or the barrel adjustor. Otherwise, these frames are brand new. These are the sort of little scratches that any frames will get after a couple of months of use.
Posted by VeloOrange at 2:27:00 PM
15 October, 2015
We added two new complete wheels for our upcoming Pass Hunter Disc as well as two more for older bikes that use 27" rims.
|*As with all disc QR front wheels, the quick release should always be on the drive side of the bike.|
rear and accompanying front. I love keeping old bikes on the road. Just to be clear, 27" is actually a larger diameter than 29er. 27" is also larger than 27-1/2". Who thinks up these wheel sizes?
The Rustines Bungee Cords have been selling really well, so we added two colors: orange and periwinkle (or is it lilac, or maybe lavender.)
Posted by VeloOrange at 11:16:00 AM
12 October, 2015
It's always fun to see what people are doing with our stuff. Here are a few photos we found while surfing the web.
|Konstantin from PLANETARKI.RU in Russia sent us this one recently. |
|Some kind of space-mixte build. Courtesy of Firefly.|
|Kind of an oldie, but here are some Grand Cru brakes on a Cielo.|
|Cool alternative porteur mounting with the Surly hardware and those big brown tires. Courtesy of No life like this life.|
Posted by VeloOrange at 4:05:00 PM
02 October, 2015
A few random things:
|Sir Derek & Sir Brandon, defenders of the fenders. (photo by Clint)|
roller cable hangers. We have a small stock available. Constructeur style!
alloy front cable stop is now also available in black. They match our noir brakes and headsets.
We now have a good stock of black replacement fender hardware.
Milan and Tourist bars are back in stock. A lot of you have been waiting. Those are our most popular handlebars; thus we ran out.
That is all.
Posted by VeloOrange at 12:30:00 PM