Monday, February 24, 2014


Today we are going to show off a solid entry level Hardtail 29'er Mountain Bike because possibly you have been contemplating joining our upcoming training group for the XTerra Syracuse Triathlon in August.  Or maybe you are just wanting to do some great trail riding around our local area trails at Sprague Brook, Hunters Creek, or Ellicottville.  You might even be contemplating the Single Track Race Series at Sprague Brook this coming Spring/Summer?  For all those tasks your one bike could be the Specialized Rockhopper Comp 29:

The Rockhopper is a time-tested trail riding hardtail built for cruising fire roads and slicing through singletrack. Equipped with Tektro 2 hydraulic disc brakes and a RockShox XC28 suspension fork featuring lockout, the Rockhopper Comp combines performance with value in a package every rider will appreciate.
  • Fully butted A1 Premium Aluminum 29er frame with ORE downtube for a lighter, more compliant and durable bike
  • RockShox XC28 fork features TurnKey hydraulic damping, lockout, alloy steerer tube, and externally adjustable rebound for plush and lightweight trail performance
  • Custom forged alloy, 10-speed XC crankset offers lightweight and durable performance
  • Tektro Draco hydraulic disc brakes/levers with Light Wave rotors create increased control and superior stopping power for more confident braking
  • SRAM X5 10-speed rear derailleur makes shifts super crisp and efficient
MSRP $1150.00.  For more information stop by the shop and check out our Mountain Bike inventory!

Tentative EVENT SCHEDULE is up at the website. Check out our upcoming 2014 events and pre-plan your schedule! Our first Maintenance Clinic is now open for registration HERE.

Don't forget if you are contemplating the XTerra Syracuse to let us know if you are interested in joining a training team at Tom's as well.

S-WORKS 2014 Spring Clearance Sale!  In-Stock Merchandise only!

Tom's Pro Bike Service
3687 Walden Avenue
Lancaster, New York 14086
Phone: (716)651-9995
E-Mail Us: tom@tomsprobike

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