On-Road Bikes


ROAD 

As their namesake would suggest, these bikes handle best and are designed to be ridden on the road, ideally smooth pavement. They generally have skinny tires and drop (curved) bars that offer a wider range of hand positions. Some road bikes are more aerodynamic than others, some are designed for racing, and others are designed with endurance in mind. Regardless of design, if you are a rider looking to put in longer miles (greater than 15) on the road, especially with climbs and descents, a road bike is the choice for you. 

Orbea Avant

Why we love this bike: The Avant is an endurance platform where comfort and compliance are ahead of speed and rigidity. With several different models and colors available we picked this one because it checks all the boxes. A full carbon frame absorbs road vibration, the hydraulic disc brakes give the rider confidence when slowing down, tubeless 28c road tires are incredibly smooth, and the Shimano 105 group offers plenty of performance for the enthusiast rider.

Like all MYO Orbea products, custom paint and component selection is standard with everything built to order in the northern region of Spain. These are some colors we had fun choosing but you’re welcome to pick your own at no additional cost.

Orbea Avant M30 - $3,058.00

Orbea Avant M30 - $3,447.00

Orbea Avant M30 - $3,447.00


Orbea Orca OMP

Why we love this bike: Orca stands for ‘Orbea Carbon’ and has been around for quite some time. Orbea uses OMP and OMR to describe their frames with the former being ‘performance’ and later ‘race’. Race is a higher modulus of carbon with less resin and the current top tier offering. Performance is generally the last generation of the frame which creates great value for the customer. Unlike the Avant, the Orca focuses on speed and rigidity, lower weight, and is designed for more aggressive riding. This is the same style of bike as you’ll see on the pro circuit or ‘the tour on tv’. With several different models and colors available we picked this one because its a great entry level price point to the category without spending five figures. Standard rim brakes, Shimano 105 components, and great aesthetics give this a very classic road bike look and feel.

The model below does not quality for MYO (Orbea’s custom paint program) but is still built in Spain.

Orbea Orca M30 - $2,000.00

Orbea Orca M30 - $2,000.00


Orbea ORCA OMR

Why we love this bike: Orca stands for ‘Orbea Carbon’ and has been around for quite some time. Orbea uses OMP and OMR to describe their frames with the former being ‘performance’ and later ‘race’. Race is a higher modulus of carbon with less resin and the current top tier offering. Performance is generally the last generation of the frame which creates great value for the customer. Unlike the Avant, the Orca focuses on speed and rigidity, lower weight, and is designed for more aggressive riding. This is the same style of bike as you’ll see on the pro circuit or ‘the tour on tv’. With several different models and colors available we picked this one because its very light and aggressive, hydraulic disc brakes allow the rider to stop faster in all conditions, tubeless tires are incredibly smooth, full carbon seatpost, handle bars, and stem, and a great color way.

Like all MYO Orbea products, custom paint and component selection is standard with everything built to order in the northern region of Spain. These are some colors we had fun choosing but you’re welcome to pick your own at no additional cost.

Orbea Orca M20D - $5,200.00


Orbea GAIN

Why we love this bike: The Gain is an electric assist road (or gravel with 40c tires!) bike. This means there is a battery inside the bike (well hidden!) with a motor within the rear hub. This bike is a wonderful asset for those who struggle on hill climbs and need some extra power to be able to complete their ride, someone who isn’t able to keep up with their friend or significant other but wants to ride together, and those with heart problems. This bike is not designed to ‘cheat’ but assist. The bike is configurable with an app for three different power levels at the touch of a button (located near the handle bars), stops assisting at 20mph, and has a max power of 250 watts with a range of about 45 miles on one charge. Its configurable based on heart rate data to help whenever your heart rate reaches a certain level so those with heart issues can still enjoy riding a bike. This is also the lightest E-assist bike on the market at 25 pounds!

For those looking to ride but have some sort of barrier. We believe everyone should enjoy riding a bike and this is a speciality product that will allow folks to do just that. Our customers so far are parents who want to ride with their faster kids, older folks who struggle on long climbs but don’t want to give up riding, and couples that are faster/slower who want to ride together. Models range from Shimano 105, Ultegra, Di2, and a carbon wheel option. Three colors - $4k-$6800.

The model below does not quality for MYO (Orbea’s custom paint program) because of air freight restrictions regarding the battery but is still built in Spain.

Orbea GAIN M30 - $4,000.00

Orbea GAIN M20 - $4,800.00

Orbea GAIN M30 - $4,000.00


Cervelo S3

Why we love this bike: To us, Cervelo produces some of the best engineered bikes on the market. We see all brands in the shop and so many bikes are full of plastic bits and flexible parts that just break over time. Cervelo has never let us down and their aero lineup is all new for 2019. For those confused about Cervelo: S = aero - R = traditional road - C = endurance - P = triathlon. We LOVE the hidden cable routing on the new S3 below. How can other companies produce an ‘aero’ bike with cables hanging out in the wind? This is a completely internally run setup through the headset to the proper places. Available in a couple different colors and spec levels, the baby brother to the S5 is wonderful and something we keep in stock for our customers.

Cervelo S3 - $5,620.00


Fuji Sportif

Why we love this bike: Fuji is our budget brand at the shop. We realize not everyone wants, needs, or can afford a super bike and Fuji understands that as well. You’ll often see their products geared towards beginners with great value. This bike is an aluminum frame, endurance geometry, starter road bike that helps folks get their feet wet at very competitive prices. Shimano components with disc brakes on higher end models make sure people are smiling the entire time.

Fuji Sportif 1.5D - $1,200.00

Fuji Sportif 2.5 - $700.00

Fuji Sportif 2.5 - $700.00


TRIATHLON 

These are a special type of ‘road’ bike designed to maximize aerodynamics. Essentially, this type of bike works to minimize wind resistance through an aerodynamic geometry and “aero bars” that allows the rider to be more forward and low on his/her forearms. These bikes are most suited in races where the rider will be starting alone or in a staggered start, such as triathlon or time trial races. Because these are designed to go as fast as possible in a straight line, they generally do not handle as well as a traditional road bike.

Cervelo P2/P3

Why we love this bike: To us, Cervelo produces some of the best engineered bikes on the market. We see all brands in the shop and so many bikes are full of plastic bits and flexible parts that just break over time. Cervelo has never let us down. For those confused about Cervelo: S = aero - R = traditional road - C = endurance - P = triathlon. The Cervelo P2 and P3 are the cornerstones of the triathlon bike world with more people on them than any other brand/model. Sharing the same platform, with better components on the P3, they’ve been in production for several years and they just simply work without gimmicks or fancy marketing.

Cervelo P2 - $2,900.00

Cervelo P2 - $2,900.00

Cervelo P3 W/Zipps - $5,700.00


Cervelo P5X

Why we love this bike: To us, Cervelo produces some of the best engineered bikes on the market. We see all brands in the shop and so many bikes are full of plastic bits and flexible parts that just break over time. Cervelo has never let us down. For those confused about Cervelo: S = aero - R = traditional road - C = endurance - P = triathlon. This is the best of the best and you NEED (have) (want) to see it! This is referred to as a beam construction bike meaning the bottom of the bike is very stiff with the saddle being more flexible so your powers goes to the ground and your body doesn’t pay the price. Very aero, VERY adjustable so fit isn’t a problem, made in the USA by HED, ENVE, and Cervelo, and comes with a travel case so you can fold it up and take it with you to your races. Need we say more?

Cervelo P5X W/ Case - $16,000.00


Orbea ORDU OMP

Why we love this bike: The ORDU is somewhat under represented in triathlon from a numbers stand point. Thats a shame because its one of our personal favorite bikes. Starky thinks so too because he holds and the half and full ironman bike split records on one. The Ordu comes in two models similar to other Orbea products. This one is the OMP with the cheaper being the OME. They don’t really share much other than the name. The OME is geared towards a cheaper price point while the OMP is full on hells bells.This bike has a good mix of aero qualities like the integrated stem into the headtube and the rear box being behind the seat and functional ones like center mounted brakes and a standard aero bar setup. Its also customizable from the factory (like other Orbeas) giving you the ability to make your tri bike special.

Like all MYO Orbea products, custom paint and component selection is standard with everything built to order in the northern region of Spain. These are some colors we had fun choosing but you’re welcome to pick your own at no additional cost.

Orbea Ordu M20 - $4,120.00

Orbea Ordu M20i W/ Zipps - $7,620.00


Orbea ORDU OME

Why we love this bike: The Ordu OME fills a gap in the triathlon market and that is a carbon frame tri bike priced at sub $2500. Shimano 105 components, Vision cockpit and wheels, and a tri specific saddle round out the entry level Ordu.

The model below does not quality for MYO (Orbea’s custom paint program) but is still built in Spain.

Orbea Ordu M30 - $2,400.00


Felt IA DISC

Why we love this bike: The IA disc is new for 2019 and the best value disc brake tri bike on the market hands down. Some of the best aero properties are now combined with being able to stop in adverse conditions. Several pros have used the previous generation IA and now this generation in both world championships along with qualifying races. Its even won a few of those races and set some records along the way. Disc brakes and tubeless tires are both new tech in the road world right now so having those available to our triathlete customers is something we’re excited about. Available in five sizes, Ultegra Di2, Etap, and Dura Ace Di2 components, and three colorways.

Felt IA3 Disc - $5,800.00

Felt IA2 Disc - $8,020.00


TOURING

A touring bike is a type of road bike that is designed to be more durable on long distance rides. Touring bikes will look like road bikes but typically are more relaxed to maintain comfort over the long distances. Touring bikes will have all mount points for front and rear racks as well as fenders. Those doing long distance tours will easily load their bike to weigh in at 100 lbs. Touring bikes can also double as great commuter bikes if you are a person needing to carry a lot of gear, but not wanting to do so on your body but rather on your bike.

Fuji Touring

Why we love this bike: Fuji is our budget brand at the shop. We realize not everyone wants, needs, or can afford a super bike and Fuji understands that as well. You’ll often see their products geared towards beginners with great value. There aren’t a ton of touring bikes on the market, period, with most being special order items. We always keep at least one around. Heavy duty wheels, rear rack, 27 gears, steel frame, bar end shifts, rim brakes, and fender/rack mounts available for add-ons make this a do it all anywhere you want it to bike.

Fuji Touring - $1,000.00