Specialized bikes -Makers of bicycles and accessories since 1974. The 1981 introduction of the Stumpjumper established the company as a top-seller in bicycle shops, where it ranks up with other big manufacturers such as Trek, for high-end cycles. The company also makes road bikes, commuter/city bikes, children's bikes, and BMX bikes.
Felt bikes -Felt is an American bicycle manufacturer in Irvine, California. Felt specializes in high-end racing bicycles at a low price. To date, Felt has focused on producing aluminum frames, with their flagship time trial B2 being one of the most widely copied frame designs. For the 2006 model year, Felt introduced one of the most all-encompassing carbon fiber lines in the industry, ranging from the USD $1999 F5C to the $5699 F1C.
Scott bikes - Take the lightest, hand carbon fiber frames the bicycle industry has ever seen and couple that with cutting edge off road bikes and affordable road bikes and you have a bike brand that shouldn't be ignored.
Giant bikes -Giant Manufacturing Co. Ltd. is a Taiwanese bicycle manufacturer and the world's largest bicycle manufacturer. Established 1972 in Tachia, Taichung, Giant started as an OEM, manufacturing bicycles to be sold under other company brand names (like Schwinn).In 1986, Giant, under new president Bill Austin, established its own brand of bicycles to compete in the rapidly expanding $200-and-above price range. Today Giant is well-known around the world as a manufacturer of quality bicycles and has sales in over 50 countries, in over 10,000 retail stores. In 2007, its global sales surpassed 5 million bicycles and $820 million USD in global revenues.
Gary Fisher bikes -Gary Christopher Fisher (born 1950) is considered one of the inventors of the modern mountain bike. Fisher participated in the "Repack" downhill race, promoted by his then-roommate Charlie Kelly. It was Kelly who coined the term "mountain bike" in 1979, after a phrase he had heard used by a mechanic.
That same year, Fisher and Kelly founded MountainBikes, the first company to specialize in the manufacture of this type of bicycle. 1979 saw the introduction of Shimano components into MountainBikes's products, and also an ill-fated attempt by the pair to trademark the term "Mountain Bike." The company dissolved in 1983; Fisher founded his more well known company Fisher MountainBikes the same year.
Eventually this company was purchased by Trek in 1993. Fisher remains involved with the bikes' design and marketing, along with being the scout and mentor to innumerable racers who've been sponsored by the team through the years.
Fisher was inducted into the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame in 1988. Outside magazine named him one of the "50 who left their mark" in the sport in 2000, and Smithsonian magazine honored him in 1994 as the "Founding Father of Mountain Bikes." In 1998, Gary Fisher was recognized by Popular Mechanics for his innovations in sports.
BianchiAnItalian company, rich in history. Bianchi uses the highest quality cro-moly, aluminum and carbon in the industry.
BreezerA unique line of transportation and folding bikes for today's commuter.
Cannondale bikes -The Cannondale Bicycle Corporation is a major American bicycle manufacturer, headquartered in Bethel, Connecticut USA with manufacturing in Bedford, Pennsylvania USA. The company was founded in 1971 by Joe Montgomery to manufacture backpacks and bags for camping and later bicycle trailers for bicycle touring. Today, Cannondale produces many different types of high-end bicycles, hand made in USA, specializing in aluminum (rather than steel, titanium or carbon fiber) frames , a technology in which they were pioneers
Trek bikes -Trek is the United States' largest bicycle manufacturer, distributing bicycles and cycling products under the Trek, Gary Fisher, Bontrager, and Klein brand names through a network of over 1,700 independent bicycle dealers across the U.S. and Canada
Electra bikes -Comfort and quality. From Townies to cruisers to 'Amsterdams', Electra offers something for everyone.
Felt BMX - and very exciting. Come in & see what the buzz is about!
Kona bikes -An industry leader in cyclocross and mountain bikes.
LeMond bikes -Steel, aluminum and titanium road bikes designed by three time Tour De France winner, Greg LeMond.
Marin bikes -A full line of road , mountain, hybrid and comfort bikes for those who want something a little different. Our line of Marin commuter bikes almost seems like it was designed with Madison in mind.
Moots bikes -Road, mountain, full suspension & pivotless short travel titanium. Frames from West Bend, Wisconsin local Kent Erikson who now resides in Steam Boat Springs, Colorado.