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    Our emails have been having issues.

    Posted on by zach in Uncategorized | No Comments

    So we just found out a few minutes ago that for the last couple of months emails sent to us off our website were not receiving replies correctly.  If you sent us an email in that time and didn’t receive a response we sincerely apologize.  We’ve got it figured out now though.  We strive to respond quickly and are embarrassed this happened.

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    It’s Here! The All New 2017 Scalpel-Si Now In Stock!

    Posted on by Austin Howard in Uncategorized | No Comments

        We just received our first 2017 Cannondale Scalpel-SI.  The Scalpel has been completely redesigned from the ground up.  All new geometry similar to the Cannondale FS-I.  The 71 Degree head tube angle has been slackened out to a 69.5 degree.  Shorter chain stays, longer wheel base, are just a few of the major changes to the Scalpel.  With the new geometry adjustments, Cannondale engineers were able to allow the bike to carry two water bottles.  The Scalpel carbon 4 starts at $4260 and goes up to $12790( black Inc.).  We have one in stock, so swing by and check it out, we will be receiving our second shipment at the beginning May.

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    Introducing The All New Tallboy

    Posted on by Austin Howard in Uncategorized | No Comments

    Santa Cruz was one of the first brands to figure out the whole 29er thing with the original Tallboy. Since then, the model has been a staple of it’s line up, but it’s been long overdue for an update. Head past the break to see what changes SCB made to the all new Tallboy 3 Aside from the visual changes, the Tallboy 3 also received some important geometry updates. The outgoing model had 100mm of rear travel, while the new model bumped rear travel up by 10mm to 110mm.  The head tube angle is now 68 degrees, which is 2.2 degrees slacker than that found on the tallboy 2. This results in a more stable and confidence inspiring handling, while still retaining that XC feel. The reach has been increased by between 40 to 50mm, for a roomier front/center.  The new arrangement of upper and lower links has allowed Santa …

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    Got MIPS ???

    Posted on by Austin Howard in Bikes, New, Road Rides, Uncategorized | No Comments

    MIPS is a Swedish science and technology company focused on improving helmet safety to deal with the type of crashes we experience in the real world. The MIPS Brain Protection System is a helmet safety technology which significantly improves head protection in the event of a crash. When we fall, our head often impacts at an angle. This angular impact creates a rotation in the brain, which has been proven to have significant potential to cause brain damage. With MIPS, the helmet absorbs much of that damaging rotational energy, offering increased protection. MIPS has no effect on the traditional safety mechanism of the helmet, the Expanded Polystyrene (EPS), so the helmets EPS shell is left to do its job of absorbing radial impacts. How does it work? When the human head is subjected to an angled impact, the brain slides along a membrane on the inner surface of the skull. …

  • There’s A New Guy On The Block! Wahoo Elemnt Bike Computers Now In Stock.

    Posted on by Austin Howard in Uncategorized | No Comments

    Wahoo Fitness is breaking the GPS bike computer stereotype! Equipped with Bluetooth 4.0 and ANT+ dual-band technology, ELEMNT pairs seamlessly with all of your cycling sensors. No more confusing menus! ELEMNT comes with a free companion app that allows you to set up your data fields, customize profiles, track performance, and share ride data effortlessly. Plus, programmable LED QuickLook Indicators provide a quick way to see if you’re on pace with important performance metrics like speed, cadence and power. Simple to set up, simple to experience, simple to stay connected, simple to navigate, and simple to suffer – the ELEMNT GPS Bike Computer gives you the POWER you demand with the SIMPLICITY you expect! Like most of Wahoo’s products, the ELEMNT isn’t closed off from third parties. Once enabled, the ELEMNT can wirelessly upload rides to MapMyRide, Strava, RideWithGPS, and Training Peaks accounts, as well as pull information like workouts from …

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    Juliana Demo

    Posted on by Macall Swenson in Bikes, Events, Shop, Uncategorized | No Comments

        Upcoming event with Biker’s Edge…mark your calendars with pretty colors! This one goes out to the ladies! Juliana Bicycles will be dropping by Kaysville bringing all their demo bikes for some sweet test rides up at the East Kaysville Wilderness Trails. Join us and ride some fun pedal-machines! Macall will be there to ride and answer questions about the bikes along with Paige from Juliana. May 22nd from 9am to 3pm….be there ladies!  

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    Website Email Form Broken!!!

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    Our website email contact form has been broken for an undetermined amount of time that could be up to a few weeks. So if you have tried to contact us through our website we are not ignoring you on purpose, we just aren’t getting the message. Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused. Please email us directly at info@bebikes.com or call 801-544-5300.

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    Cannondale Demo Truck in Draper on Saturday

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    The Cannondale Bicycles Demo truck will be set up at the Draper Cycle Park this Saturday Aug, 8th from 9 AM to 2 PM. This is your chance to ride all the 2016 Models including the Jekyll, Trigger, Habit, Slate, EVO, and Synapse. No reservation required, just bring your ID, Helmet, and Pedals (they will have flat pedals and SPD’s available). Cannondale pulled out all the stops for 2016, showing us two new models to their line up: the 27.5-wheel all-mountain trail bike called the Habit, and the gravel 650b road bike with a lefty suspension fork – the Slate (pictured).  Yeah, you read that right. 650b road bike with a 30mm travel lefty fork.  The 650b wheels make it quick and versatile, and the lefty fork lets you take this bike anywhere.  The Slate is just as comfortable on the roads as it is on the cross course, making this the ultimate adventure bike.  There is …

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    Upcoming Women’s Events!

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    Trail Work Day: Pay it forward!

    Posted on by Bo in Events, Trails, Uncategorized | No Comments

    On Saturday, June 13th, we will be hitting the loop trail in the East Kaysville Wilderness Park with rakes, shovels, and hand tools to clean it up. All the rain and use put a beating on the trails, and we’d like to keep them usable! Volunteers are more than welcome! We will be there at 7AM and going as long as needed! A lot of money was put in to developing these trails, let’s return the favor to Kaysville City! If you have rock rakes and/or shovels, we could always use them! Bring some good working shoes, working gloves, and some water! The more people we get, the faster it gets done. Go community!