Jesse’s Bianchi Pista

Jesse’s been through a lot with this bike. It’s his first track frame and  he got it right after a crash that totalled his beloved 80’s Shogun road bike.

This frame had been through many builds. It had its fixie phase, it’s weight weenie build, and city commuter with many iterations between. Now it’s a full blown street ripper with 28c treaded tires for some off road action!

Built with a thomson cockpit, low ‘n wide riser bars,  IRD Defiant chainset,  Mavic Open Pro rims laced to Philwood track hubs, and a chris king headset, this bike has a euro-american vibe to it.

Colin’s New Anthem

Colin came in with his NJS bike looking for a modern upgrade and ended up with an Affinity Anthem! Wilis moved all the

parts over, but put

on a new saddle and Thomson cock pit. Jesse and Colin went out for a quick photo shoot and had a blast

with this ripper. Colin, you’re

welcome back anytime!


Santana Tandem Track

Wilis got his hands on this Santana tandem track and

immediately knew it was destined for a makeover. With an 80’s Miami

Vice theme, Ben Falcon at Horse Cycles couldn’t

have done a better job with the paintwork and design from Will  of Van Zee Sign Co.

Built with a set of Campagnolo Tandem specific components

and wheels, this bike isn’t just a stunner, it’s a pure bred racer.


Blood Sweat & Tears

Last Friday

Roz Patterson held an event “Blood Sweat & Tears,” here at Deluxe Cycles.
Roz’s company, “RZ Design” was founded in

2015 and was created in response to a void in the

cycling industry. RZ Design specialized in graphic design, brand creation, and production management.
Blood Sweat & Tears was inspire by after the cold and long winter months and the warmer weather approaching meaning people are trying to get back into shape for racing, pushing themselves to new destination or even just going out there to find new roads.
Blood Sweat & Tears is here to join you on your journey towards your goals and we would like to hear your stories in the upcoming season.





James’ Stinner E-Tap Road Bike

James came to

us with a beautiful Stinner frameset he needed built up with some new Sram wireless E-Tap

for his racing. The frame was custom made for E-Tap, with no drilled holes except for brakes calipers.  Needless to say the bike came out stunning and we can’t wait to see James rip through podiums with it.