Super-secret Trek bikes are in at The Bike Lane

The hottest bike to hit the trails this summer!

The Trek 29 Fuel EX- The hottest bike to hit the trails this summer!

The bike business usually runs on a predictable schedule:  Bike makers leak photos of some super-secret prototypes to the cycling press, a few black-box bikes appear at press camps, lots of photos are taken and whispers of super-duper technologies trickle out.  Customers are left with their fingers crossed waiting for these dream bikes to someday appear at their local bike shop.

This year, Trek is blowing up that old paradigm and busting out red-hot, ready-to-ride, state-of-the-art Remedy 29ers and Fuel EX 7 29ers at The Bike Lane stores before the press hits!

You won’t have to wait to buy a bike magazine to find out how sweet these new machines are.  You can ride out of The Bike Lane this week with one of these full-suspension rockets between your pedals. Imagine racing your new 29 Fuel EX at the June 2 NoVa Epic while your buddies are still cranking on their old buckets-of-bolts.

Stop by your TBL location and be the first in line to see, ride and buy the very latest in Trek mountain bike technology.  We will have the new 29 Trek Fuel EX7’s and EX8s in this week.

Are You Ready for a Local Epic Bike Experience

The Bike Lane is excited to be a sponsor of the First Annual NoVa Epic on June 2, 2013.  It is sure to be epic!

The NoVa Epic — presented by MORE, the Mid-Atlantic Off-Road Enthusiasts, Inc. and Fairfax County Park Authority (FCPA) — is an all-day supported mountain biking event that takes riders on a smorgasbord of the best trails single track trails Fairfax County offers, including our favorites Laurel Hill, Lake Accotink, Wakefield Park and Lake Fairfax. 

The event begins on the County Connector Trail (CCT) at Laurel Hill and ends at Lake Fairfax with three separate but overlapping courses of 65-miles, 40-miles and 20-miles.

The 65-mile course includes an 8-mile loop in Laurel Hill, a 4-mile loop at Accotink, an 8-mile loop at Wakefield and 7-mile loop at Lake Fairfax.

The 40-mile loop is mellower and is primarily on the CCT.

IMPORTANT: The 20-mile course starts and finishes in Lake Fairfax!

The NoVa Epic celebrates National Trails Day Weekend and will raise funds for trail improvements in Fairfax County.

Here’s the schedule:

March 15: Registration opens on Limited to 300 entrants.

June 1: Early packet pick-up at Tour De Fat downtown DC.

Event Day Schedule: June 2 (this may change as we get closer to the event)

6:30 a.m.: Pre-paid shuttles begin at Lake Fairfax ( site G) enroute Laurel Hill.

7:00 – 9:30 a.m. Laurel Hill Arts Center packet pick-up for 40-M & 65-M ride start.

11:00 – 2:00 Lake Fairfax packet pick-up and 20-m ride start.

12:00 – 2:00 Kid’s activities by Trails for Youth

3:00 – 7:00 after party at Fairfax Hunt Club (next to Site G in LF Park).

Post-ride meal will be catered by J.R’s and Beer by New Belgium Brewery. Music by The MORE Party band, featuring our very own Todd Mader on drums along with TBL teammates Joe P, Bruce Buckley, and John Claman, MC by Philip Van Workhoven and special address by MORE President, Dave Ferraro.

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