Pinstriping is well and truly back on this sweet little commuter from Kona - we're calling it now, Summer Of The 3-Speed!Read More
We've take our first delivery of Bombtrack's 2016 bikes, and we're pretty excited to have our hands on the Beyond. Super-wide drop bars, 2.1" WTB Nano tyres, Sram Apex drivetrain and TRP Spyre dual-pivot disc brakes round out a beautiful Columbus steel frame and fork and make this a bike for any adventure.
Set it up with some slicks as a bombproof commuter, or throw front and rear racks on for a full-time tourer capable of taking on the trails along the way. That huge front triangle looks ripe for a Bike Bag Dude frame bag too!
Craig's do-it-all custom Primate has been a long time in the works - it's finally done!Read More
Every Wednesday night we ride through the hills and marvel at how great bikes are.Read More
We are now proud stockists of The Athletic cycling socks and caps!Read More
A couple weeks ago, a little bunch made up of some cyclists and some people-who-ride-bikes-but-might-not-refer-to-themselves-as-cyclists lined up on Ebenezer Place for a coffee and a bagel - nine of them having no idea of what their day would entail and one (me) having not much more.Read More
While Zane has been gallivanting at Mt Buller Victoria for the ski season we have been swooning over this custom Soma Wolverine build eagerly awaiting his return.Read More
We opened our doors 5 year ago this month, so to celebrate we're giving away some birthday gifts. Click through for more info on how to win!Read More
Our friends over in Melbourne will be having some fun on their Bromptons in a couple weekends time!Read More
Gazelle have been hard at work this year giving their factory in Holland a makeover. We got sent some photos by Gazelle Australia who went over for the royal opening!Read More
Good friend of the shop and all-round-nice-guy Henry helped us do a little write up of the Boucle this year, click through to see his take on it!Read More
COFFEE AND PASTRIES WILL BE SERVED FROM 9:30AM AT BONYTHON PARK ON "BOUCLE SUNDAY" BY THE WONDERFUL ED FROM VELOESPRESSO
REGISTRATION CLOSES SUNDAY THE 23RD OF AUGUST 5PM.
"What time can we sign-in?" 11am to whenever.
"Is there food & beverages available at the start & finished?" Of course! Delectaballs will be serving their finest while Velo Espresso will have your coffee and pastry needs covered.
"How long is the ride?" The full course will be about 40km, but you don't have to finish it all.
"Where do I get a map?" A map will be provided in your Rider Pack on the day.
"I deleted the registration email." No worries! Let us know and we'll send you another.
"Is It family friendly?" Yes of course! The more the merrier!
"Where's my Ticket?" Be patient, it's in the snail mail.
BOUCLE DE TICKETS are non-refundable or exchangeable for goods instore at Treadly Bike Shop. Please notify the staff at Treadly prior to the event if a ticket is transferred to another rider.
Ride Safe & Ride Heaps!
By purchase of this ticket & participation in Boucle De Burbs 2015, Treadly Bike Shop and/or any of its third party agents & staff accept no liability for any negligence, damage to property, death or personal injury. Roads rules apply. Ride at your own risk and ride safe.
Bombtrack are really stepping up their game for 2016!Read More
We have a little announcement to make, and it involves some dead wood and rustlin' some ponies...Read More
Kona have just released their lineup of 2016 bikes and I have to say, we're pretty stoked. Steel is back in a big way (and in some nice colours!) with the Rove, the Roadhouse and the Sutra, and the Ute has been updated with hydraulic disc brakes for even more stopping power. The Humuhumu keeps the klunker dream alive, and the Hei Hei looks like it's everything we've ever dreamed of in a mountain bike!
More info over at Kona, Australian pricing to come in the next few weeks!
Click on poster to see what all the fuss is about!
A little write up of the weekend we just had riding to Port Elliot and back for the Swift Campout!Read More
Just watch... The simple life.
Calling bicycle adventurers worldwide!
Swift Industries in conjunction with Treadly Bike Shop invites you to pack up and skip town for the
Swift Campout, June 20th + 21st 2015.
Sign on at builtbyswift.com with TREADLY ADVENTURE CLUB as your POSSE to mark the map with your campout, then invite friends far and wide to band together for a night afield.
If you have signed up or planning on coming for a pedal this weekend please read below:
Welcome to Treadly's Adventure Club first Swift Camp Out. A weekend of good times with good friends.
Departure will be from Treadly Bike Shop in Ebenezer Place at 8:45am, with a breakfast meeting at Hey Jupiter (across the street) from 8:00am where you will recieve your fieldnotes for Day 1 & 2.
Please confirm by Thursday 18th 5:00pm if you are camping or cabining, accommodation costs can be paid in cash to Jake at breakfast.
Both days on average are 100km of bitumen and gravel through the Adelaide Hills to the coastal seaside village of Port Elliot. All are welcome, whether you'll be on the carbon roadie in lycra or atop a loaded-down Surly in cutoffs. Please prepare yourself with all the overnight items you may need, (Remember, pack light, pack smart.) and all the on-road essentials.
Food stops have been allocated along the route, but snacks are recommended to keep energy levels!
Don't forget that we're collecting your Solstice Trip Journals and Campout Films. Submit your stories for a chance to win a full touring set-up from Swift Industries and the best of independently made adventure gear from the brands that stoke Swift Campout. More details on the Swift Campout Page
See you Saturday!
"Developed with Olaf Wit and proven in the extreme Transalp race by Stefan ‘Fish’ Vis, the Hook is a true wolf in sheep’s clothing, the subtle understated looks masking the true abilities of this bike. The Columbus tubing and carbon fork keep things stiff but light, and the Sram rival group set ensure flawless shifting. The wheel set is the latest offering from Mavic, so the bike is well equipped to take on whatever adventure you have in store for it, gravel, CX or even a trip across the Alps."
Watch Stefan tackle the famed Paris-Roubaix cobbles on one below!
"The Arise is like a Swiss Army Knife, tough, dependable and versatile. At its heart is the heat-treated crmo frame, strong and light. The fork crown is invest casted with an internal sleeve design to keep the outside looking clean and smooth. Removable cable tabs and the horizontal dropouts that allow for mounting a derailleur ramp up this bikes versatility. The larger tire clearance and rack mounts mean this bike can be anything from a single speed commuter, CX racer, or even an off-road travel bike."
Check out the Arise being put through its paces!
Of course, we couldn't introduce Bombtrack without a soundtrack.