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Specialized Sagan Collection brings to life the fearless racing style of the 70’s rouleurs with Peter Sagan’s larger-than-life personality at its heart. It’s the ultimate expression of this disruptive rider and his stylish ways—unmistakable and unmistakably Peter.
Don’t get us wrong, we’re all for racing. Grand Tour top steps, Classic’s Monuments—they’re in our DNA. But sometimes riding simply to ride, riding for the love of riding, is just what we need. And this is what the Aethos lives for. Sure, it’s given nothing up to performance, and happens to be the lightest frame out there, but with no compromise to style. Aethos: Billions of calculations in the pursuit of one thing—the perfect ride.
And with this frame set, Lakeside Bicycles found the perfect canvas to create the perfect ride. By combining the Campagnolo Super Record EPS disc gruppo and Campagnolo's matchless Bora WTO wheelset with the Sagan Aethos frameset we are proud to offer you a unique bicycle unavailable anywhere else.
The Aethos frame has been designed with the perfect combination of ultimate ride feel, light weight, and style—from accelerating up steep pitches and descending technical descents, to all-day saddle comfort on even the longest coffee rides, the Aethos hits the mark.
But how, you ask? By reinventing the traditional road shape found on bikes of the past, Specialized subtly altered these shapes to deliver massive gains in stiffness and balance, all without affecting weight or durability. Pair that with an entirely new layup and process that they’ve perfected over multiple decades and you have the lightest frame out there (585 grams, S-Works, size 56cm).
The Aethos is more than just a new bike, it’s the first of a new breed. A featherweight frame is useless without confidence-inspiring ride characteristics, which is why the Aethos was developed to have the perfect balance of front and rear stiffness combined with exceptional ride quality. By studying the flexing and breathing of carbon fiber, Specialized was able to implement groundbreaking findings about how forces flow through frames.
Just a few pedal strokes and you’ll realize this sublime ride sets a new standard. Every detail, from the derailleur hangers to the fork expander plug have been designed with style, weight, and durability in mind—everything in pursuit for the perfect ride.
Add to all this the ultimate in modern drive trains and there you have it, the perfect bike at a surprisingly reasonable price.
For more information contact the Campagnolo experts of Lakeside Bicycles at 503-699-8665 or by email at email@example.com. Resistance is useless
THE POWER OF LIGHT-WEIGHT
The Bianchi Specialissima helps you fly up the climbs and dominate on the flat. The carbon disc frame is light, just 750g, so none of your climbing power is wasted when the road turns upward, but it’s also superbly-stiff providing excellent transfer of that power to the road. The Specialissima is designed for World Tour professionals but it is also your complete racing bike. The overall look might be classic but make no mistake. With enhanced climbing, improved stopping power courtesy of disc brakes and smoother aerodynamic performance it’s a pure racing machine, bearing a name that has become iconic.
A FEAST FOR THE EYES
Not content with totally changing the way it rides, we also set about transforming the way the Specialissima looks, with cleaner aerodynamic lines and fresh colourways.
CELESTE Celeste still makes an appearance for those dedicated to our enduring heritage.
ULTRA LIGHT BLACK
(80g weight-saving) We also have the ultra-light, all-black colourway created specially for the WorldTour, with a weight-saving of 80g. GREENISH BLUE Completing the lineup is a classy greenish blue option, with hallmark Italian style.
The Specialissima sits at the top of our road racing all-rounder category, delivering the same climbing panache you know and love, but with boosted aero-performance and a level of stiffness rarely seen on a bike this light. The carbon disc frame weighs just 750g and the stiffness to weight ratio is what World Tour riders really love. Bianchi CV vibration cancelling system amplifies the ride feel, erasing imperfections and enhancing control when you go downhill. For those aero improvements, we employed innovations devised for the prolific Oltre aero platform, with better integration, sharper lines and aero-shaped tubes. Details that make a massive improvement to your ride. An aggressive race machine with epic climbing power, the Specialissima harnesses the power of lightweight.
For more information you can reach the Bianchi specialists of Lakeside Bicycles at 503-699-8665 or Info@Lakeside-Bikes.com.
Introducing the C68
Of the entire Colnago range the model which revolutionizes the concept of 'handmade in Italy', while its DNA and the concept of multiple parts is maintained. In the future the C68 will be available in three versions: Road, Allroad, and Gravel all of which will share the same, totally new soul based on performance while also maximizing rider enjoyment. Clean design, integration and modernity are at the core of the project.
The C68 Road will also be availble in a limited edition version employing 3D printed titanium parts intended for an even more exclusive and technologically-oriented audience, with the option of a "made-to-measure" frame: the widest range of choices and customization options in the Colnago world.
For more information about the C68 including a link to a detailed technical discussion CLICK HERE, other wise feel free to contact the Colnago experts of Lakeside Bicycles by phone at 503-699-8665 or via email at info@Lakeside-Bikes.com .
Colnago is pleased to present its first bicycle designed to go on any surface, from smooth asphalt to light offroad.
Ride longer, ride further - even when the tarmac ends Compared to the C68 Road, the C68 Allroad has a shorter reach and a higher stack. The rider’s upper body stays in a more upright position and their arms are less stretched out. This takes some weight off the hands and puts more on the saddle resulting in a more comfortable ride, especially on rough surfaces or during long rides.
The C68 Allroad has greater tire clearance than the Road model, up to 35mm. Furthermore, to improve the performance on bumpy surfaces, the shape of the down tube is slightly different from the road version, and the chainstays and the seatstays are reinforced. The result is the same superior ride feeling as the C68 Road, but enhanced for bigger adventures: you can ride on many different surfaces, i.e. dirt roads and uneven paths.
Proudly Made in Italy Colnago bikes are not meant to be ordinary. Following the tradition of the Colnago C Series, the C68 Allroad is true to it's underlaying DNA, composed of several modular parts assembled together by the hands. Some of the joints are left visible, while others have been masked with a complex process of bandaging. The result is a visually seamless frame, with slightly proud head tube and seat cluster. The C68 Allroad, like every C Series Colnago, is dedicated to all those who are able to appreciate the fine art of crafting bicycles.
Designed to work with the Colnago CC.10 Inegreated Handlebar, The Colnago C68 Allroad is available in two colors (HABG and HADK) and six sloping sizes for electronic gruppos and disc wheels only. For more information, please click this link or call or write the Colnago aficionados of Lakeside Bicycles by phone (503-699-8665 10-7 W-F, 10-6 Sat, or 12-5 Sun) or by email at Info@Lakeside-Bikes.com
"Seven of the last 10 Tours de France have been conquered on a DOGMA, and the latest generation is now ready to continue that legacy of success. This is the culmination of all of our skill and experience, a masterpiece of engineering that offers advancements in handling, comfort, and aerodynamics all wrapped in a package that can climb, descend, and sprint with equal flair. Whatever the road throws at you, the DOGMA F is always the right bike."
When you have a frame that delivers not only incredible efficiency in lab and wind tunnel tests, but also regularly carries top riders to the podium throughout the road race calendar, improvements tend to be incremental refinements developed through even more advanced analysis and real world testing. In it's day the Pinarello Dogma F12 frameset was the benchmark, which didn't give the deranged geniuses at Pinarello even one moment's pause in their perpetual quest to build the world's next super bike.
Pinarello has long stated that weight is less an issue than the balance of aero efficiency, maximized power transfer, superior handling, and a more forgiving ride- but when faced with the excellence of the Dogma F12, it became clear that by assessing the whole assembly of the integrated cockpit and frameset, the overall set-up could be made lighter as well. By focusing on the seatpost, handlebars, and fork, as well as the frame, they were able to make the entire frame system 9% lighter than the F12 Disk.
Enter the Dogma F Disk. As a system, the Pinarello Dogma F Disk saves upwards of 265 grams compared to it's predecessor, while simultaneously gaining 12% stiffness around the bottom bracket. Reducing weight equals watts saved, but what is incredible is that the frame system weighs so little without compromising aerodynamics, handling, or ride quality. In fact, the Dogma F Disk has a lower drag than the Dogma F rim brake frame- a first for Pinarello.
Much of the disc brake aero advantage comes with the development of the new Onda fork for the Dogma F. The forks profile and cross sections improve fork and wheel integration, aerodynamically speaking, in order to smooth the air over the leading edge of the bike. Add in the Flatback aero shape design with it's truncated aerofoil for aerodynamic advantage, that is compliant to the 3:1 UCI rule, and you have excellent aero performance and low lateral wind resistance.
Beginning with the Dogma FPX AK61 Magnesium and continuing through the F10 and F12 The highest quality, most advanced materials have always been employed in Dogma-series framesets. The F Disk features the superlative properties of Torayca's T1100 1K Dream Carbon with Nanoalloy Technology. By refining the frame shapes and designs in the computer and wind tunnel, some weight directly came off the frame itself, while making several marginal aero gains that deliver a 4.8% improvement in aero efficiency over the F12 Disk, delivering a potential 2.6 watts saved at 50 km/hour. A modest but real gain that advances the demonstrated excellence of the F12 Disk. When you factor in the dropout to dropout Asymmetric engineering and design, which has long been proven effective for optimal power transfer, impeccable tracking, incredible handling at speed or while descending, and you have true cycling transcendence.Available for Electronic Shifting Only.
For more information we can be reached at 503-699-8665 or at info@Lakeside-Bikes.com .
Named after a Nick Drake song as covered by the jazz pianist Brad Mehldau, Day Is Done is the most recent addition to Dario Pegoretti's lexicon of steel framesets.
The Day is Done was developed as a performance lugged steel frame employing classic construction techniques and the benefits of oversized tubing. The headtube is 7mm shorter than a TIG-welded frame, though a "ring" can be added to the upper lug to increase it's height if requested.
Heat treated Columbus Spirit Niobium tubing is based on the tubeset designed for the Marcelo with modifications to optimize it for lugged construction.. The Cadnezia oversized lugset was developed in a collaboration between Dario and Darrell McCulloch of Llewellyn Bikes in Australia. The rear dropout attachment is amended with a hollow tube through the stays offering an increased surface for brazing and providing a striking visual effect. The brazed tube also increases lateral rigidity of the chainstay at the critical juncture with the dropout
Building lugged frames is a more gentle and time consuming process than TIG welding. In addition to cutting and milling, each tube must be fitted to a hand tapered lug and then, patiently silver brazed together at relatively low (600o C to 900oC) temperatures. Due to the low temperatures and reinforcing of the lugs, this process results in an extremely strong and readily repairable frame. In the hands of a superior builder working without time constraints, lugged steel represents the pinnacle of bicyle frame esthetics
“There is a reason for the “holes” in the stays at the dropouts. The small cylinders that are brazed into the stays give more surface area to braze the dropout. Since Dario likes to use non-tapering stays, he can’t use conventional dropouts as there wouldn’t be enough contact area. This is an alternative to using the “hooded” dropouts he uses on the Marcelo and Responsorium that he feels fits better with a lugged frame." -Nelson Frazier, Gita Sporting Goods
Inspired by the Argentine musician Dino Saluzzi's album of the same name, the Responsorium blends custom drawn Columbus XCR stainless steel tubing with Pegoretti's signature hooded dropouts, 16mm cylindrical non-tapering stays, thinner tube walls and more extensive butting made possible by XCR's superior strength (20% stronger than Columbus Niobim Spirit) to produce the lightest (100g less than the Marcelo), most vertically compliant frame in the Pegoretti line-up. The 55cm frame comes in at a respectable 1678g and the Falz fork at 425g. Each frame comes with a Falz fork painted to match the base frame color and a Chris King D11 headset. The Responsorium takes a 31.6 mm seatpost and a comes with a custom 32mm front derailleur clamp. As with all caliper Pegorettis, the Responsorium comes standard with an Italian threaded bottom bracket. Due to the constraints imposed by hydraulic hose routing, the disc version is exclusively available with an English bottom bracket. XCr is being run exclusively for Pegoretti, so it will remain in short supply, if you can't find what you are looking for in existing inventories, we suggest you order now. Lead times are over six months and there is little or no chance your dream frame will "just show up". Both Caliper and disc versions of the Responsorium are the only Pegorettis with a weight limit, if you are over 120kg (264lb) or plan on becoming over 120kg (264 lb), you will need to consider something else. The Responsorium is available in both caliper and disc versions in 1cm increments from 48 to 60cm in standard Pegoretti geometires, or you can custom order in the geometry of your choice in any of the currently available color schemes including Panal, Ciavette, or (though we cannot imagine why you would) in a solid color. Should you come to the reasonable decision to own a Pegoretti Responsorium, please allow the enthusiasts at Lakeside Bicycles to offer your their assistance. Our hours are Pacific Time 10-7 W-F, 10-6 Sat, 12-5 Sun, you can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or, if you would like to learn much, much more about Dario Pegoretti and his frames, just click this link.
Inspired by the Argentine musician Dino Saluzzi's album of the same name, the Responsorium blends custom drawn Columbus XCR stainless steel tubing with Pegoretti's signature hooded dropouts, 16mm cylindrical non-tapering stays, thinner tube walls and more extensive butting made possible by XCR's superior strength (20% stronger than Columbus Niobim Spirit) to produce the lightest (100g less than the Marcelo), most vertically compliant frame in the Pegoretti line-up.
The 55cm frame comes in at a respectable 1678g and the Falz fork at 425g. Each frame comes with a Falz fork painted to match the base frame color and a Chris King D11 headset. The Responsorium takes a 31.6 mm seatpost and a comes with a custom 32mm front derailleur clamp. As with all caliper Pegorettis, the Responsorium comes standard with an Italian threaded bottom bracket. Due to the constraints imposed by hydraulic hose routing, the disc version is exclusively available with an English bottom bracket. XCr is being run exclusively for Pegoretti, so it will remain in short supply, if you can't find what you are looking for in existing inventories, we suggest you order now. Lead times are over six months and there is little or no chance your dream frame will "just show up".
Both Caliper and disc versions of the Responsorium are the only Pegorettis with a weight limit, if you are over 120kg (264lb) or plan on becoming over 120kg (264 lb), you will need to consider something else. The Responsorium is available in both caliper and disc versions in 1cm increments from 48 to 60cm in standard Pegoretti geometires, or you can custom order in the geometry of your choice in any of the currently available color schemes including Panal, Ciavette, or (though we cannot imagine why you would) in a solid color.
Should you come to the reasonable decision to own a Pegoretti Responsorium, please allow the enthusiasts at Lakeside Bicycles to offer your their assistance. Our hours are Pacific Time 10-7 W-F, 10-6 Sat, 12-5 Sun, you can e-mail us at email@example.com or, if you would like to learn much, much more about Dario Pegoretti and his frames, just click this link.
Few frames touch the heart-strings of steel afficianados as the Luigino. Through the Luigino Dario pays homage his favourite builders of those bygone days - Luigino Milani and Mario Confente.
One modern touch is, instead of sticking with the smaller diameter tubes of past decades, Pegoretti uses slightly oversized tubes to offer superior stiffness and responsiveness. One of the most striking details of the Luigino is its double-plate crown steel fork. Forks with box-style crowns offer the ultimate responsiveness to rider input, and the Luigino's double-plate design is a marvel of modern machining, bringing the box crown to a new dimension of beauty.
Available in very limited and unpredictable sizes or by special order. 27.2 seatpost, 28.6 front derailleur, 1" stearer. The Luigino is available in any current color scheme including Panel, Ciavet, or solid colors, though no one at lakeside can imagine why you would choose anything other than Faema. Pegoretti also offers the Luigino with track fork ends at no extra cost: if you were looking for the ultimate fixed/single speed frame, your search has ended.
Should you come to the reasonable decision to own a Pegoretti, please allow the enthusiasts at Lakeside Bicycles to offer your their assistance. Our hours are Pacific Time 10-7 W-F, 10-6 Sat, 12-5 Sun, you can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or, if you would like to learn much, much more about Dario Pegoretti and his frames, just click this link.
For those unfamiliar with the C64’s lineage, the C-series is a handmade carbon bicycle dynasty. It’s iconic for its crimped tube shapes and carbon lugs yet harks back to the stylish looks of classic steel builders. All C-bikes have always been available in custom geometry, and they’ve been at the forefront when it comes to technology, too.
While some have complained that the C64 looks very similar to its predecessor, a major visual change is in the seat tube and seatpost. Where the C60 used a lug to join the top tube, seat tube and seatstays, the C64’s lug and seat tube are moulded as a single piece. It means the frame is a little more like a monocoque carbon frame and can use the same aerodynamically shaped seatpost as Colnago’s V2-R. To my eye, this has modernised the entire look of the bike.
One of the biggest changes is a very simple one. Where the C60 struggled to fit 25mm tyres, the C64 boasts clearance of at least 28mm. Overall the bike features some thoughtful design and savvy engineering.
From the outset, the stiffness Colnago has targeted shines through. My C64 responds to input with decisive bursts of speed, coupled with a natural smoothness which has laways been the defining characteristic of lugged carbon frames. I first rode this bike on the well-maintained roads of rural Clackamus County, where the C64 glided over the pavement. Yet I also found that the stiffness through the back end of the bike let me feel the road beneath and make sharp, accurate steering corrections, while filtering out nasty shocks. Not many bikes achieve all that at once. The frame is so well behaved that I was completely comfortable hitting 60mph on the descent from Bald Peak, usually a knuckle biting experience.
That’s possibly partly down to the bike’s front end, where Colnago uses an elastomer polymer in the headset that offers a very small but detectable degree of compression and suspension within the head tube. It means that while the fork is extremely stiff, the headset filters out some of the jolts. On the the roads around Quarry road, that type of compliance is pushed to the limit, where small road scars become gaping potholes and smooth pavement is an abstract fantasy. With a set of 28c tires it could even be put to work on a cobbled Classic. My 55cm frame comes in at just over 900g, noticeably lighter than the C60 (1,050g). A 7.12kg build with LightWeight Obermeyer wheels and Shimano Dura-Ace Di2 feels plenty light enough on a steep climb.
The C64 isn’t specifically designed as an aero bike – Colnago has the Concept for that – while it’s hard to assess a bike’s aerodynamics outside a wind-tunnel, the C64 certainly holds speed well on the flat, and certainly feels fast.
One other thing about the C64. The way it reacts to input from the rider is so sharp, so tuned, that it just made me want to turn the screw on my efforts whenever possible. The C64 is a bike that manages to stand out even among rival superbikes. That’s quite possibly why Colnago has endured in popularity – the bike manages to foster a feeling of innate speed coupled with sharp, agile handling as if it were designed by sensation alone. Step back from that fantastic ride quality and there’s a stunning bike, with a historic story and home-grown, custom-built Italian appeal.
Finally, in a polls of professional riders taken every year since the introduction of the C40 in 1994, when asked what bike they would most prefer to ride the overwhelming choice has been the Colnago C-frame.
For more information we can be reached at 503-699-8665 or at info@Lakeside.Bike. One final note: The $6,200 BDBL 54s frame listed here is a 2019 model and is the only frame we have available at that price . Any other C64 frames ordered through Lakeside Bicycles will be current models and sold for the current MSRP. .
The Round, Pegoretti's latest frame, came to life over long lunches at the Bottega, and even longer deliberations by the espresso machine about it's place in the Pegoretti line-up.
For some time the Pegoretti community has been asking for the Bottega to take the exceptional performance of the Marcelo and develop it into a new model in stainless steel. The Round is their response: an incredibly reactive frame built for the rider seeking a no-compromise steel speed machine.
The Round blends bespoke Columbus XCR tubing with 3D printed stainless steel dropouts, and a new rear triangle and brake bridge design that affords superior lateral stiffness and responsiveness.
Named in honor of Dario Pegoretti's sign-off handle by which he was known to friends and customers alike, the Round features an original graphic called "Texas Flood", inspired by Dario's love for the music of Stevie Ray Vaughan, the city of Austin, Texas, and a certain colorful cowboy belt he brough back with him from that same city.
We offer the Round as a standard caliper or disc frameset or you can custom order in the geometry of your choice in any of the currently available color schemes including Panel, Ciavete or (though God knows why you would) solid colors. We would be happy to consult with you about a complete bike or a parts package to compliment your Pegoretti frameset. The Round comes with a Falz fork and a custom designed Chris King D11 headset. It uses a 31.6 seatpost and comes with a custom, Pegoretti designed derailleur clamp. The bottom bracket is Italian threaded for the caliper frame or, due to constraints resulting from hydraulic hose routing, English threaded for the disc version.
Should you come to the reasonable decision to own a Pegoretti Round, please allow the enthusiasts at Lakeside Bicycles to offer your their assistance. Our hours are Pacific Time 10-7 W-F, 10-6 Sat, 12-5 Sun, you can e-mail us at email@example.com or, if you would like to learn much, much more about Dario Pegoretti and his frames, just click this link.
Named for the Frank Zappa/Mothers of Invention song (appears on the 'B' side of the CD release of "Absolutely Free") and for Dario's mother, Big Leg Emma is based on the Marcello with the addition of oversized tubes (22mm chainstays vs. the Marcello's 18mm) and internal re-enforcing gussets. It is, by far, the stiffest steel frame in Dario's stable and is designed for Clydesdales or over-quadded crit specialists. If you need a 60 or 62cm frame, it is probably your baby.
After you hear it described, the design elements of the Big Leg Emma are straight forward: One, that wider diameter tubes are less prone to flexing under load. Two, the down tube and the chainstays directly effect bottom bracket deflection. It is all pretty obvious until you add a sprinkle of Pegoretti genius.
To get there Dario took a page out of Falerio Masi's book (he used a similar technique to stiffen the chainstays of track bikes during the 70's) and added gussets (stiffeners) to the oversized downtube. Prior to welding up the frame, Dario laser cuts several small grooves into either side of the downtube. He then brazes in horizontal anti-flex plates and finishes it off by brazing ornamental covers over the incisions. At the end of the day Dario achieves his goal of an uncompromisingly stiff race frame without sacrificing vertical compliance or aesthetics.
The Big Leg Emma is available only by special order, We ask for a full deposit in return for which I will gently annoy the people at Gita on a weekly basis until your baby arrives. I have no idea how long it is going to take to get here (18 to 30 months is a guess and probably wrong) but I guarantee it will be worth the wait. Should you come to the reasonable decision to own a Pegoretti Big Leg Emma, please allow the enthusiasts at Lakeside Bicycles to offer your their assistance. Our hours are Pacific Time 10-7 W-F, 10-6 Sat, 12-5 Sun, you can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or, if you would like to learn much, much more about Dario Pegoretti and his frames, just click this link.
Colnago has a number of top-tier carbon fibre race bikes in its line-up. There’s the Italian-made lugged-construction C64, the latest in the iconic C-series. There’s the Concept, the company’s answer to an aero racer. And there’s the V series, an all-round racer that uses a monocoque construction method (like almost every other carbon race bike at the pro level, excluding the C64).
It’s the last of these that Colnago has just updated to the company’s highest stiffness-to-weight ratio bike. The V3Rs and V3Rs Disc replace the V2r, a bike that has commonly been the pick for UAE Team Emirates and the now-defunct Wiggle-High5 women’s race team. And like a scene out of The Walking Dead, the V3r joins a long line of similar-looking, do-it-all, lightweight, stiff, compliant and semi-aero race bikes each of which is hungry for your attention.
What’s new? Just as we’ve seen with Wilier, Scott and Cannondale, the V3Rs offers stealthy cable integration, dropped seatstays, increased tyre clearance and an overhauled geometry. And while the hefty cable integration is kept for the disc-brake version, there is a direct-mount rim brake version, as well.
The Colnago V3rs Somewhat simpler, the rim brake version offers direct-mount brakes and brake cable routing that’s not guided through the stem or headtube. Compared to the V2-r, the new frame is stiffer by 12% at the rear and 6% at the front, all while dropping some 50g of frame weight. A raw, unpainted, 52cm disc-version of the V3Rs weighed in at 790g, with an uncut fork at 390g.
However, at a guess, the cable integration found in the disc-version will add back any weight saved. And while Colnago hasn’t said by how much, the new frame is apparently more compliant, too. Part of that may be the overhauled carbon layup, or dropped seatstays allowing more seat tube flex. Another reason may be the new headset that offers surrounding composite material designed to aid in compliance — a feature borrowed from Colnago’s Concept and C64 bikes.
Colnago V3rs The geometry has been overhauled, but it remains race-orientated. Much like the new Scott Addict, the V3r is optimised for 28c tyres (it can apparently squeeze in 30c, although Colnago’s own literature says otherwise), and the geometry and fork have been revamped to retain a race bike fit and feel. For this, the bottom bracket has been lowered and the fork length increased, matched with a shorter head tube. With a sloping geometry, the stack and reach figures are now more linear across the eight frame sizes, as well.
While Colnago has made no specific claims about the aerodynamic performance of the V3Rs, it’s clear that with an integrated cockpit, dropped seatstays and seemingly truncated tube shapes, it’ll be faster than its predecessor. That fully integrated cabling is exclusive to the disc-version, and uses Colnago’s own stem and a special threaded fork steerer tube to route both the hydraulic hoses and electronic shift wires through the stem and directly into the head tube. Colnago has reworked the integrated seat post binder, too, said to be smaller and more secure than what’s found in the V2r and C64. It holds Colnago’s own version of a D-shaped seatpost.
The Colnago V3Rs is available in 8 sloping sizes and 9 colors. For more information we can be reached at 503-699-8665 or info@Lakeside-Bikes.com
The Marcelo is the flagship steel bike from the most revered frame builder of his generation, it is what Dario thinks a steel race bicycle should be. Should you ever find yourself in Plato's cave, the shadows of steel road frames cast upon the wall, are cast from a Marcelo.
Round tubes attached to round tubes with angelic welds, the Marcelo you hold in your hands is merely the obvious manifestation of Dario's genius. Dig deeper and you will find the fanatic attention to detail that has driven the tubing manufacturers at Columbus mad. Every element of design and manufacture brings his vision exactly to life. Each custom drawn tube is a little bit wider here and somewhat thinner there such that each Marcelo manifests a dreamlike ride quality worthy of it's Pegoretti badge.
The Marcelo is made from Dario's own version of the Columbus heat-treated LIFE tubeset, the top steel alloy currently available for bicycle construction. His oversized version of LIFE makes the race-inspired ride of the Marcelo possible. It is stiff and responsive with the snappy, lively feel and results in a smooth and damped ride combined with taught, stiff responsiveness under power. The Marcelo gives up nothing when compared to other super premium frames no mater of what material.
The Pegoretti hooded dropouts are intricately machined stainless steel, stunning to behold and capable of absorbing hard wheel-in, wheel-out abuse. The chainstays are thick (18mm) and taper gracefully toward the bottom bracket to allow for stiffness and adequate tire clearance.
The Marcelo comes with Pegoretti's Falz full carbon fork. After an an exhaustive search failed to find any fork on the market to meet his specifications, Dario designed and Columbus made his own.
And the finish! - that famous Pegoretti paint. Hand applied with the same mystical attention to detail as the rest of the manufacturing process, if you don't like it, Picasso is probably beyond you as well.
We offer the Marcelo as a standard frameset or you can custom order in the geometry of your choice in any of the currently available color schemes including Panel, Ciavete or (though God knows why you would) solid colors. We would be happy to consult with you about a complete bike or a parts package to compliment your Pegoretti frameset. The Marcelo comes with a Falz fork and a custom designed Chris King D11 headset. It uses a 31.6 seatpost and comes with a custom, Pegoretti designed derailleur clamp. The bottom bracket is Italian threaded.
Should you come to the reasonable decision to own a Marcelo, please allow the enthusiasts at Lakeside Bicycles to offer your their assistance. Our hours are Pacific Time 10-7 W-F, 10-6 Sat, 12-5 Sun, you can e-mail us at email@example.com or, if you would like to learn much, much more about Dario Pegoretti and his frames, just click this link.
"Because even intellectuals fall in love at least three times in their lifetimes."
Replacing the 8:30 AM (another name inspried by a Zappa tune) in 2006, Pegoretti's Love#3 was an aluminum rendering of the Marcelo. Being aluminium, Dario considered the Love #3 to be a mercenary frameset of sorts -- it's a "pure race bike" that "50% of the people want, and 70% of them don't need." The oversized chainstays (30mm) and large diameter main tubes of Columbus XLR8 Scandium were custom drawn to Dario's specifications. The tubes were relatively thick-walled, in deference to Dario's concern with the ride quality and longevity of his frames rather than with a mindless quest to shave grams (though, at 1225g in the 54cm frame, we were able to break the UCI's weight limit without breaking a sweat). As usual, the attention to detail is mind blowing. .
Beautiful as it was, the Love #3 was well suited for hard riding and racing. Owners report that, unlike any other alloy frame they have known, the Love#3 had a Marcelo-like ride: smooth, comfortable, predictable on descents and very fast. All exactly what you would expect in a race specific frame.
The new Love#3 respects the original's killer feel and shares most of it's design features, but boasts a larger diameter headtube of 43mm, up from 39mm on the original. The new headtube is stiffer and blends better with the rest of the frames custom, oversized Columbus 7.5 Alloy tubing. Along with improved performance, the larger headtube necessitated an entirely new D19 headset designed as a collaberation between Chris King and Pegoretti, and based on the venerable Chris King NoThreadSettm.
From his super-human welds and museum quality finish to the frame's aggressive stance everything is a bespoke reflection of the artist's vision. Unique among Pegorettis the Love#3 features removable derailleur hanger bolted to oversized, hooded alloy dropouts. It uses an Italian threaded bottom bracket, a 31.6mm seatpost and includes a Chris King D19 1 1/8" headset and a Falz fork
Should you come to the reasonable decision to own a Love#3 please allow the enthusiasts at Lakeside Bicycles to offer your their assistance. Our hours are Pacific Time 10-7 W-F, 10-6 Sat, 12-5 Sun, you can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or, if you would like to learn much, much more about Dario Pegoretti and his frames, just click this link.
Commuters have been asking for a beefed-up version of the Dew-E, and our answer is the creatively named Dew-E DL. An aluminum frame features a Kona Rove Verso Full Carbon Flat Mount Disc fork, while the 10-speed Shimano Deore drivetrain works in perfect harmony with their E6100 motor. Powered by a 504 Wh battery, your long commute can now be much less taxing. Sturdy aluminum fenders and lights keep you dry and seen throughout your ride. Powerful Shimano hydraulic disc brakes and 160mm rotors stop on a dime, even in wet conditions, and puncture-resistant WTB Horizon TCS 650B x 47 tires keep the road rolling by smoothly whether you're cruising on pavement or a dirt path.
Kona 6061 Aluminum
Kona 7005 and 6061 Aluminum alloys are used extensively throughout our fleet of mountain and asphalt bicycles. A tough, durable, light alloy, both Kona 7005 and 6061 deliver fantastic, reliable performance that lasts for thousands of rides. Much of our 7005/6061 tubing is butted and/or formed, meaning the tubing's wall thickness can be increased or decreased, as well as shaped, so we can fine-tune a particular frame's strength and ride characteristics depending on its intended application.
Bearing cups are actually pressed into the frame and are easily removable. An internal headset also reduces stack height, so the height of the stem and bars are more adjustable, giving the rider the best fit possible.
Tapered Head Tube
More girth at the bottom of the head tube better distributes shock force, prolonging the bearing life of the headset itself and eliminating brake shudder, while providing confident steering performance. The inherent strength of its triangular design also means a stronger steering position and improved balance, giving the rider more control in rough terrain. A zero-stack, tapered head tube also puts strength where the load is going—into the lower headset cup—maximizing bearing durability where it's needed.
Tubeless Compatible Rims
Tubeless rims allow for tires with more puncture resistance; the ability to run lower tire pressure, which provides better tire grip on the trail; lower rolling resistance; and weight savings over traditional tube and tire systems.
12x142mm, 12x148 and 12x157 rear axle standards provide two major advantages to the Kona rider: the 12mm diameter of the rear axle provides the rear hub and frame with a stiff interface, while the 142/148/157mm outer diameter of the hub allows the wheel to be quickly and properly positioned in the frame before the rear axle is inserted.
650B wheels and tires have a similar overall diameter to a traditional 700c gravel or commuting tire, but with a smaller diameter rim and a wider, taller tire. The extra air volume in this new generation of urban and mixed-surface tires means they can be run comfortably at lower pressures while still rolling quickly on a variety of surfaces. It's the best of both worlds.
For more information please feel free to contact the Kona experets of Lakeside Bicycles by phone (10-7 M-F, 10-6 Sat, 12-5 Sun at 503-699-8665) or by email at Info@Lakeside-Bikes.Com.
With it's classic lines and road racing pedigree, the Bianchi Impulso Pro is designed to take on gravel while leaving your home at home.
The Bianchi Impulso Pro is focussed on gravel racing, matching a fairly aggressive geometry with a conservative 37mm maximum tire clearance. While the Arcadex is pitched towards technical off-road riding, the Impulso Pro is desigend to allow the rider to test their road skills on gravel. . Bianchi says that the geometry creates a super-responsive and rigid ride reflective of the brand's racing heritage. In a world filled with dropped chainstays and massive fork crowns, the Impulso Pro stands out with a more traditional and clean silhouette.
With a claimed frame weight of 1,100 grams and a maximum tire clearance of 37mm, the Impulso Pro may put off riders more interested in a drop-bar mountain bike adventure, but for those who plan on returning home at the end of the ride, it feels just perfect.
The Impulso Pro is available in Shimano's GRX 600 build or in the Campagnolo's mind bendingly magnificent 13 speed EKAR
Both models come with Veloman 24mm deep and 21 mm wide wheelsets fitted with 37mm WTB Riddle Comp gravel tires. Velomann also provides the handlebars, stem and alloy seatpost, while Selle Italia provides the saddle.
The Impulso Pro is available in Celeste and Sage green. For more information about the Impulso Pro, contact the Bianchi experts of Lakeside Bicycles via e-Mail at Info@Lakeside-Bikes.Com or by phone at 503-699-8665.
Pegoretti's Duende takes its name from a concept in Spanish art that deals with a heightened state of emotion and authenticity typically associated with Flamenco.
While not quite as stiff as the Round, Mxxxxxo or Responsorium, Duende’s aesthetic is more classic than esoteric. The Duende is well suited for someone seeking a comfortable all-day bike that does everything well. The tubing – Columbus ZONA – is still “oversized” in the front triangle to optimize stiffness, but with its rear triangle boasting traditional, tapering rear stays and more conventional dropouts for improved comfort. We offer the Duende as a standard or Cycle Cross frameset, or you can custom order in the geometry of your choice in any of the currently available color schemes includeing Panel, Ciavete or solid colors.
Should you come to the reasonable decision to own a Pegoretti Duende, please allow the enthusiasts at Lakeside Bicycles to offer your their assistance. Our hours are Pacific Time 10-7 W-F, 10-6 Sat, 12-5 Sun, you can e-mail us at email@example.com or, if you would like to learn much, much more about Dario Pegoretti and his frames, just click this link.
The Bianchi Infinito XE is the perfect for Granfondo riders serious about performance and aesthetics. The geometry of the Infinito, the ultimate endurance model whose range is topped by Infinito CV, has been optimized in the WorldTour in the one-day classics, providing maximum performance with minimum stress for long distance. It also proved to be the ideal granfondo machine.
The bike is ideal for long distances with an optimised carbon layup for a smooth and responsive ride. Although the frameset doesn't utilise the Bianchi countervail system found on higher cost Bianchi bikes it does offer a smooth and responsive bike at this level utilising technology from across the Bianchi frames.
Sizes Available in 47, 50, 53, 55, 57, 59 and 61cm and with a frame weight of just 1,100 grams and the fork 420 grams, the Infinito XE helps you savour every pedal stroke. The Infinito XE is exclusively built for disc brakes, with flat mount calipers. Thru axles both front (12x100mm) and rear (12x142mm) ensure no stress to the frame caused by braking, and with a tyre width compatibility up to 32mm the Infinito XE is capable of taking you further than ever before.
The clean lines of the bike are maintained with all hydraulic cables routed internally and the dedicated alloy seatpost has been developed for the ultimate streamlined, integrated look. Talking of streamlined, the alloy stem and spacers have been created by Bianchi for a better head tube connection, the 1 1/8” to 1.5” head tube providing stability at speed and under braking. The characteristics of the Infinito XE are maintained across the frame sizes. The different chainstay lengths means that the bike behaves the same no matter what size you choose.
If you have made the reasonable decision to own a Bianchi Infinito XE Disc Ultegra, or if you just have any questions, please feel free to contact the Bianchi experts of Lakeside Bicycles at 503-699-8665 (W-F 10-7, Sat 10-6, or Sun 12-5) or by email at Info@Lakeside-Bikes.Com .