Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Vote for your favourite bike shop and other fave businesses for this year's Best of Victoria contest. You'll be entered to win $100, just make sure to answer at least 40 questions for your entry to count! Thanks!!

Let's recognize the best of Greater Victoria! Black Press will publish our Best of the City special edition in June. Vote for your favourite in the categories below! Your completed entry form is your automatic entry to win $100 cash. One entry per household. Employees of participating sponsors are not eligible to win. Winner will be notified by phone.

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Serotta Custom Handcrafted pieces of ART!!!

The Ultimate Cycling Experience...
From fit to finish, your Serotta Custom bicycle is designed and fit for you and you alone. Your bike starts at Fort Street Cycle whit a Personal Fit by a Serotta-certified Fit Technician who gets to know everything about you as a cyclist. Together, you determine the characteristics of the bicycle that will inspire you to perform to your maximum potential.
Materials are selected to provide the stiffness, responsiveness and vertical compliance you desire. Frame geometry is tailored to keep you relaxed and powerful from first pedal stroke to last. Tubing is tuned for optimal performance according to your size, weight and riding style. Paint and finishing touches are just as you want them to be. The result is confidence-inspiring performance coupled with an incomparably smooth and responsive ride. It's why you ride Serotta.

Since its introduction in 2002, the Ottrott has set the standard for the ultimate in ride quality, durability, comfort and performance together in one bicycle. Today's Ottrott uses our latest Integrated Technology to extract the best properties of carbon fiber and titanium for drive-train stiffness, responsiveness and absorption of road vibration. The Ottrott is an exceptional bike for long miles in the saddle, aggressive climbs and rapid descents. Like every Serotta, the Ottrott is 100% handcrafted in the USA.

Wednesday, February 17, 2010