The brilliant thing about Trek's Project One, is that it really lets you pick and choose the exact parts spec and paint that you're looking for. This allows you to stay within the framework of Trek bikes, but create something unique.
Our latest Project One is an Emonda, built up with the Aeolus wheels of an SLR 9, but the mechanical Dura-Ace of the SLR 8. It's a simple swap, but one that most cycling companies aren't willing, or even set up to do.
Project One makes customizations like this one easy, maintains the warranty and doesn't cost anything more than the difference in...more
Public bikes, and their attention to detail has always impressed us. We've written articles in the past admiring their unique business model and take on the city bike. Nothing is overlooked, and Public takes the time to add quality touches that other cycling manufacturers don't even consider. With the launch of their new balance bikes for children, Public has displayed the same attention to detail, only in a much smaller package.
Boasting an assortment of colors and two frame styles to choose from, these...more
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