Bike Shop Girl | Women’s Bike Descriptions and Profiles
I think bike manufactures are finally getting it. Women’s bikes are not taking a “unisex” bike, shortening the top tube and throwing a women’s saddle on there. Let me introduce you to the 2012 Trek Lush. There aren’t too many details but this is what I have so far. 120
When the Specialized carbon fiber 29er, the Fate, was released there was talk about the Jett. An aluminum version of the sporty carbon hardtail. Now there is details to share! Highend Aluminum Women’s Racing in 26″ or 29″ The new Specialized Jett comes in two models, Comp or Comp 29″.
The Myka XC Mountain bike line from Specialized is their “XC recreational” series. This is your goto series for most women that aren’t looking for an aggressive stance mountain bike. 2012 Myka Hardtail Lineup Key details for the line include lower standover height, shorter stack (lower handlebars) and shortest reach
Pretend we are listening to the Superman jingle in the background… “Is it a hybrid? Is it a mountain bike? No! It is a Dual Sport bike!” Joking aside, the Trek Dual Sport lineup, when it was under the Gary Fisher brand originally, was a huge favorite of stocking bikes
I’ve done tons of posts elsewhere in the web about the Salsa Casseroll. It could be one of the most universal bikes I have ever purchased (besides the Surly Karate Monkey.) Geared, internally geared, single, drop bars, flat bars, rear rack, no rack, chainguard, mud flaps, and the list of
In the past year 29ers finally hit the women’s niche of the market. Locally I have only been able to put my hands on the Trek versions of the women’s 29ers. After the test ride and looking deeper at the geometry I wasn’t sold. The bike didn’t ride well, but