Thursday, March 03, 2011

New 2011 Trek Road Bikes Are Arriving!

With spring is just around the corner we are taking delivery of our 2011 Trek road line tomorrow.  We'll be stocking a bunch of bikes from entry level 1.1's up to some of the carbon Madones and Cronus'.

New Salsas are also arriving.  Here are a few shots of some of the new stuff.  More on both of these to come shortly.

2011 Salsa Casseroll Complete.  Stunning bike for a very reasonable price.  I love the build and color on this one as well.  Skin wall tires and a matching front rack are icing on the cake.

2011 Salsa Vaya Complete.  An awesome contender for a gravel and sport touring bike.  Gorgeous color.

We had a blast unloading and assembling the new products today.  Tomorrow will be more of the same.  Things are starting to really pick up for the upcoming spring.  There's a lot more coming that will also step up the game around here.  To say I'm excited is an understatement.  Stop in an see what's new, and check out what's yet to come!


Captain Bob said...


Jerry said...

you should re-title this Salsa road bikes are here. I love the color of the casseroll. and both of those bikes would be even cooler with woodchippers.

Ben said...

These are two of the more road oriented Salsas. There will be more of these coming as well.

The traditional Trek road bikes are what are coming in tomorrow. We'll then have a full shop with everything from road to cyclocross, commuting to touring, and gravel to mtb's. We've never had a broader range of products available at the shop. I am very excited have all of these in and ready for Spring!

rideonpurpose said...

what tires are on the vaya?

Ben said...

Panaracer Paselas. Nice tires. They come in many sizes and options.

TGooz said...

You're gonna stock Madones? I've tried talking Linda into letting me get one for her but she still really likes her 5200, albeit with Ardennes wheelset it surely rides fast now.

Ben said...


We have an entry level Madone coming, but we are not planning on stocking higher than that. We will have enough entry level WSD and standard bikes to easily match sizing for special orders, but we are not at the point at which we can stock that high end of a road bike.