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Specialized Jett

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You ride a sick bike so why should your kid?!? Kids ride fast and grow fast, this bike is the perfect bike for growing little humans. With its adjustability and durability, this bike will eliminate the need to size up as your child grows.

Kids arms and legs grow significantly more than their torso therefore the Jett is designed to optimise riding comfort with your child. Adjusting the Jett for your child couldn’t be easier with two hole positioned cranks, long seat post, adjustable brake levers and adjustable bars. This Jett is one of the lightest bike on the market which makes it more enjoyable for your child and easier for you to throw into your car.

  • Specialized designed the Jett Multispeed to be uniquely adjustable with 2-hole position cranks, adjustable handlebars, and longer seatposts so kids can dial-in the perfect riding position as they grow.
  • Every detail of the Jett Multispeed—including the 130mm Bridge saddle, narrower-diameter grips, and short-reach, tool-less adjustable brake levers—was informed by Retül data from a kids’ research group to be perfectly proportional for young riders.
  • A lightweight bike is simply more fun and the Jett Multispeed’s all-new A1 aluminum frame, alloy fork, Pathfinder tires, and 7-speed drivetrain make it one of the lightest kids’ bikes on the market.

We have plenty of these available, so come on in and sort that Christmas bike early!

 

SGB PLAN B SADDLE BAG

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Skin Grows Back Plan B Saddle Bag…

They could quite possibly be the coolest saddle bags on the MTB and Road market right now. Offering a diverse range of colour combinations and designs, there’s a guarantee design tailored to your personality.

There are many points of attachments to the bag so you can goto town attaching cool little things to it. Not only that, but enough space to carry CO2, tire levers, multi tool, gel and probably a tube! When I attached the bag to the saddle I was really impressed how snug the bag stuck to it, there was very little movement and held its composure thanks to the hefty magnetic strap which is much less fiddly compared velcro or a clip.

Unlike other saddle bags, the SGB Plan B’s design is super unique following the path of practicality and style which is definitely the way to go!

*Warning, it may seem as if people are looking at your ass, don’t worry it’s just the bag*

To see more design and colour variants, visit our Web Shop in the link below!

https://r-ampd-speed-shop.shoplightspeed.com/search/plan+b/

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You Stay Classy out there GT.

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With the recent bombshell from GT ( You know Dropping 3 new bikes in one hit), we are stoked to announce that we are now stocking GT.  In classic Speed Shop Style, we thought it would be appropriate to turn GT’s new all ready very capable Mid Travel bike into a slightly longer travel version – Just. For. The. Hell. Of. It.

In the mist of blues, reds, blacks and other “safe” colours, GT delivers one of the classiest deep rich colours we have seen.  There was only one thing to do.  Give it more bling that the King of News Anchors.  May we present:

“The Ron”

GT and Rich Leather Bound Books. Photo: (c) Daniel Carson | dcaimges.org

The Bike:        GT Sensor Medium

Fork:               Ohlins RXF 36 150mm

Shock:             Ohlins TTX2 Coil Shock

Crank:             PRAXIS LYFT

Driveline:       SRAM XX1 EAGLE GOLD

Brakes:           HOPE E4 180mm Rotors

Bar:                 Renthal Fat Bar

Post:                KS LEV Si

Wheels:           Custom in house build M70HV ENVE on HOPE PRO4 Boost Hubs

Tyres:              Pictured Schwalbe Rocket Nobby Nic Walls

  • Fitted ONZA IBEX Front, Specialized Slaughter Rear

GT and Rich Leather Bound Books. Photo: (c) Daniel Carson | dcaimges.org

GT and Rich Leather Bound Books. Photo: (c) Daniel Carson | dcaimges.org

GT and Rich Leather Bound Books. Photo: (c) Daniel Carson | dcaimges.org

GT and Rich Leather Bound Books. Photo: (c) Daniel Carson | dcaimges.org