An African sandstorm unearthed this incredible find, which has experts scratching their heads. It's a near-complete skeleton of an Australopithicus afarensis man, some 3 million years old. And get this: he appears to have been buried with a primitive bicycle!
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Moonlander runs 4.8? tires on 100mm rims. Such a large footprint allows you to ride them at very low pressure, which (as with a snowshoe) enables unparalleled traction and float over all kinds of terrain…wet stuff, roots, rocks, pebbles, gravel, sand, and many types of snow. Moonlander, like its name implies, is meant to go beyond where normal bikes, even normal fat bikes, can go. It is designed from the ground up to ride where there are no roads, no trails and no people. The frame’s geometry is not unlike a standard mountain bike, with a bottom bracket height that supplies plenty of clearance for bushwhacking and monster-trucking while remaining low enough for a stable ride. The toptube maximizes standover height while keeping the headtube fairly high so you can set up your rig with a comfortable, all-day-grind riding position. SHOP NOW!
It is with a very heavy heart that we have to say goodbye to William J Armstrong aka "Billy Bob." Bill served the cycling community here in Brevard for the last 40 years. As a partner of Bob's, he was instrumental in the bike business. Bill will be remembered most for always providing a wealth of knowledge to his customers, friends and staff. Bill participated in lots of biking events including; riding across Florida many times, BMX racing and mountain biking in Utah. Bill's enthusiasm, wisdom and love of cycling will never be matched.
R.I.P. Bill, your spirit lives on.
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Cable Care – It’s a good idea to regularly inspect your housing and cables for signs of wear and corrosion that could lead to failure. Look inside the levers, near the frame stops and anyplace the cables run over, under or through guides on the frame. If you spot cracked/broken housing, frayed cables or rusted sections, we recommend having us replace your cables and housing. Otherwise, a cable could fail leaving you without brakes or the ability to shift making for a long walk home or worse.