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Posted by LP, July 18th, 2015
Free adjustments for life and a lifetime warranty on your frame when you buy your bike at Queen City Cycles.
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Posted by LP, July 18th, 2015
Congrats to the winners of the 2015 Iron Horse Gravel Grind!
Kristy Gutierrez was the top women’s finisher and Jake Bradley came in 1st overall!
Be sure and make it out to next year’s Iron Horse as it’s guaranteed to be bigger and badder than ever, and as always all the proceeds go to benefit our Ozark Greenways!
Posted by LP, June 11th, 2015
Route maps and cue sheets can be found here: Iron Horse Gravel Grind Maps and cue sheets
Come out and support a local trail on Saturday, June 6th by retracing the path of the historic steam engines that once traveled the Frisco Highline Trail and explore the scenic gravel backroads of Polk County. June 6th is also National Trail day so what better way to celebrate.
The rides will start and finish at the Frisco Trail Mini Storage and Bike Depot, 4175 North Willard Rd. Located 3 miles North of Springfield on Hwy 160 towards Willard. The grounds will also offer camping on Friday, June 5th thru Sunday June 7th. Price of camping will be included in your ride admission. Donations are always welcome as this is a fundraiser for Ozark Greenways.
Bring your tent, hammocks or RV’s.
Two route options will be available:
Both rides will will be challenging and fun. They both start at 8 am with day of registration at 7 am
a 40 Mile Ride is $20
a 100 Race is $40
Posted by LP, April 16th, 2015
Rocky Mountain Bicycles is coming out for 2 days of demos at Two Rivers Mountain Bike Park.
Monday, April 6th and Tuesday, April 7th from 3:00pm to 7:00pm on both days.
Join us for some fun times with some awesome bikes!
More info on Two Rivers here: http://trailspring.org
Posted by LP, March 31st, 2015
Stop in and check them out! www.focus-bikes.com
Posted by LP, February 11th, 2015
HERE’S WHAT CHANGED
• 67-degree head angle with a 150-mm fork (66.6 degrees with 160 fork)
• Chain stay length: 16.9″
• Bottom Bracket height of 13.4-inches
• DW-link, Version 5–the most advanced version of the dw-link suspension to date
• 6 inches of rear wheel travel
• 5.9-pound frame weight (size Large, matte-finish, with shock)
• Room for up to a 2.4-inch rear tire, depending on brand and height of cornering knobs
• Very clean, internal cable routing including internal dropper routing.
• Optional polycarbonate downtube cable guard
• 12 x 142-mm Maxle rear axle
• 160mm post mount left dropout, carbon fiber
• Dual-row, angular-contact bearings on the drive side of the lower link that have less play than standard sealed bearings. Preload adjustment is not necessary. Large 28mm x 15mm x 7-millimeter radial bearings on the non-drive side for stiffness and long wear
• Removable, direct-mount front derailleur mount for a clean 1X look
Tons of Build Options
• Nine different build kits—from bargain to bling
• Optional shock upgrade: Cane Creek DB Inline
• Optional fork upgrade: Fox 36 (160-mm)
The Mojo HD3 frame sells for $2900. When you add Ibis’ Special Blend component kit to the mix, the whole bike sells for $3,950.
Posted by LP, January 22nd, 2015
The Kona 2015 Process 134SE
“Watch Kona USA shredders Angi Weston and Becca Margulies take to the muddy trails of Bellingham, Washington’s Galbraith Mountain on the all-new Process 134SE. Since both smaller and lighter riders have told us they love the low standover of our Process platform, we decided to take it one step further by designing a bike specifically tailored to women, tweens and smaller dudes (under 5’4″). By adding an XS size and tuning the parts kit the all-new Process 134 SE offers category-leading standover (XS fits people under 5’1″) on a proven mountain-bike design that can tackle anything the off-road world can throw at it.”
Posted by LP, January 13th, 2015
We’re excited to announce that we are now an official dealer of Rocky Mountain Bicycles! Here are a few model that will be appearing on our showroom floor very soon. To see more of what Rocky Mountain offers check out their website at www.bikes.com.
Posted by LP, December 04th, 2014
On the corner of Walnut and Patton, Queen City Cycles is your full service bike shop in the heart of downtown Springfield.
From the latest technology on the trails to the lightest racers on the street, your daily commute to your cruise to the pub, we love bikes and have years of experience ready to keep yours in top condition.
Offering custom wheel builds and weekly special orders, if you can't find it we can, and can get it fast!
Here for everything from major repairs, tune-ups, parts(new or used) or just to answer some questions don't hesitate to send us an email, call or come by the shop.