If you’ve come into the Shop looking for a entry-level road bike, there’s a good chance we’ve steered you towards our KHS Flite 500. For good reason – it’s everything a road bike needs to be. We’ll tell you about it’s Alloy Frame/Carbon Fork. It’s Shimano 105 Drivetrain. It’s tried-and-true rim caliper brakes.
But when you start looking deeper, you’ll see a thought process that goes beyond just making a well equipped bike. It’s bars are a shallow drop – perfect for those looking to get started (or really any rider). The tires are a 25c (but fit up to a 28c, great for commuting or off-road road biking). The extensive tube shaping smooths out the aggressive alloy ride and keeps the lively feel we’re all looking for. It’s obvious that whoever brought this into the world knew what they were doing.
Usually, we’re selling this bad boy for $1,200. The Market Analysts would tell you that a bike over $1K won’t sell to the starter crowd. To the folks just looking to get in. We’ve shown that they’re wrong.
That in mind, it’s time to spread the love. We’re selling this guy for only $900 now. That’s right.
You won’t regret it, that’s for sure.
Get out there while the gettin’ is good. Winter won’t be here forever, and there’s some fine snow that needs shredding. So we’re here to help you out. We have a few of our KHS 4 Season 3000’s just waiting for a good home, and until they’re out our door we have them going for the low price of $1,200.
We are definitely in the thick of it. Winter is here to stay, and if you’ve been paying attention to the news, you’ve probably seen a few numbers that may have startled you. This is to say, it’s cold. And with all this cold and snow, what is a poor cyclist to do?
My mom raised me to make the best of the worst, and what’s the best way to spin a Minnesota Winter on its head? Fat bikes.
The Norco Bigfoot has been a great success for us and for the few that we were able to get, but it wasn’t enough to satisfy our need. Thankfully, KHS took up the call and brought us the new 4 Season lineup. Starting with the 3000, the 4 Season brings Fatbiking to the masses. Its Alloy Frame with Steel Fork allows you to do pretty much anything you’d like with it. Vee Rubber Mission tires provide the float (the same tires as on the Norco Bigfoot). Avid BB7 MTN Disc Brakes providing the stopping power and a SRAM drivetrain keeps you going forward. All in all, a pretty darn well equipped bike for only $1,799.
Come on in and try one today! Just wear warm clothes. Because if you come in the shop with cut-off jean shorts and ask to ride this when it’s -23 F, that’s not going to happen.