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Spec Sheet
COLOUR Elegant Blue
FRAME MTL 7005 Series Alum.
FORK Marz.EXR Pro-105mm
HEADSET VP Slimstak Cartridge
BAR/STEM Truvativ Riser/Kalloy
BRAKE Hayes Sole Hyd.6"
CRANK Shimano FC-M440
B/B Shimano BB-UN25
CHAIN Shimano CN-HG53
PEDAL Shimano 505 clipless
FRT. HUB Shimano 475 Disc
RR. HUB Shimano 475 Disc
CASSETTE SRAM 950 11-32T 9-Spd
RIM SUN CR-18 Dbl. Wall
TIRE F/R Maxxis Larsen TT 2.0
FRT.DER. Shimano Deore M511
RR. DER. Shimano XT M750 SGS
SHIFTER Shimano Deore M510
SADDLE WTB Pure V Sport
POST MJ 2-bolt w/layback
Geometry
Size
14
16
17
18
19
20.5
Seat Tube
14"
16"
17"
18"
19"
20.5"
Top Tube
21.25"
22.2"
22.4"
22.65"
23"
23.4"
Head angle
70.5°
70.5°
70.5°
70.5°
70.5°
70.5°
Seat Angle
73°
73°
73°
73°
73°
73°
Wheelbase
1024.4mm
1047.4mm
1053.4mm
1060.8mm
1070.4mm
1083.1mm
Chainstay
425.5mm
425.5mm
425.5mm
425.5mm
425.5mm
425.5mm
Headtube
95mm
95mm
105mm
115mm
140mm
165mm
BB Height
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
12"
Frt.Travel
100mm
100mm
100mm
100mm
100mm
100mm

Blog: Brodie Bicycles 2016

We welcome you to a stress-free environment, a place where you can escape from this thing called life. With roots that sprouted in Vancouver BC, we’re excited to be a part of the nation wide movement of a more sustainable future and quality of life.

The 2016 season marks our 30th anniversary and we’d like to thank you for all of your continued support and love! We’ve come a long way since the beginnings of Brodie’s workshop: Journeyed through the birth of North Shore mountain biking, the freeride years and into the realm of cyclocross and bikepacking, all while paying homage to the road and commuter riding that drive our business. We mark the start of our third decade with a few special projects, and some new product coming in early 2016.

We wish you all the best in the New Year and look forward to being there with you on all your cycling trips, commutes and adventures!

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Blog: How Cycling is More Than Getting from point A to B

For me, riding a bicycle is about so much more than getting from one place to another. It has been my main form of transportation – by choice – for quite some time now but cycling represents something bigger than just transporting me to work, up mountains or a tooling around town or to the beach. It really has become a lifestyle, an activity that has given me fitness, friends and most importantly freedom.

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Freedom

When I’m out riding, whether it be for work or fun there is a real sense of freedom. If I happen to come upon a truck blocking the street. I don’t have to concern myself about awkwardly backing up a vehicle or getting trapped amongst a bunch of cars. I simple hop the curb, ride along a sidewalk for a bit and continue on my way. There isn’t a schedule to adhere to or people jammed in a train like sardines. It’s just me, pedalling to where I need to get to with few constraints and a real sense of freedom that nothing else brings me.

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Fitness

This is something that I had always taken for granted until my daughter was born. Before then there was always time to exercise but after the birth of a child everything changes, time away from my family always felt like an opportunity missed. I really needed a way to balance fitness and maximize my time with my family and commuting on a bicycle almost seemed too easy. For me, It was the ultimate life hack, a way to get exercise while still getting where I needed to go. And, if I’m up for it I can always sneak in a few extra miles on that daily commute.

Rotary Ride For Rescue/photo paul/ live/ june 09/12 Rotary Ride For Rescue News Photo Paul McGrath Over 112 cyclists tackled the 15km hill up to the Cypress Mountain Lodge during the second annual Rotary Ride for Rescue, a fundraiser for North Shore Rescue and Rotary Sponsored Community Projects hosted by the Rotary Club of West Vancouver Sunrise.Pancakes and live music greeted cyclists at the top as well as prizes and awards.
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Friends and Family

Every once in a while it does seem a bit odd to me that I’ve met such interesting and kind people through riding. What is it about this 200 year old mode of transportation that makes the people who ride so generous and thoughtful? I have no idea but I can say that the vast majority of people who I have met through riding are really awesome people and I count most of my closest friend as people who I’ve met while cycling.

On top of that, the rest of my family loves cycling.  My wife has a couple of bikes and our daughter loves ripping around on her mountain bike.  On weekends in the summer one of our favourite activities is hopping on our bikes and riding to the beach to catch the gorgeous sunsets over the Pacific.

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So. there you have it. For me cycling is more than getting from point A to B, it is all about the 4 F’s 🙂

 

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