It’s end of financial year sale time, and we’ve all gone a bit troppo. We’re having an EOFY sale, and bikes that hardly ever go on sale are heavily discounted! Save hundreds on the following bicycles, or pop in through the store and look for the red tags to see more of what we’re clearing out.
Surly bikes on sale
It truly is a rare day when you see hundreds of dollars slashed from the price of a Surly. A premium brand that hold their value well, when you buy a Surly you’re buying “a bike for life.” Quality steel construction, versatility built into every frame, and strength.
Surly Straggler complete—was $2600, now $2100 SAVE $500
Sizes available: 42, 50, 52, 54, 56
Get on the gravel bandwagon with one of the most capable bikes in the category. The Surly Straggler complete comes with a SRAM Apex 2X10-speed drivetrain, Hayes mechanical disc brakes, plenty of luggage mounts and heaps of tyre clearance. Commute, tour, gravel grind, road…get on it!!
Surly Disc Trucker complete—was $2300, now $2100 SAVE $200
Sizes available: 46, 50, 52, 54, 56, 58, 60, 62
The most popular touring bike in Australia, and one of the most popular in the world, the Surly Disc Trucker will take you there, and back. Just check out this phenomenal ride by photographer Dan Marsh, and his amazing images of outback Australia. For the road less travelled.
Surly Troll complete—was $2400, now $2000, SAVE $400
Sizes available: small only
The last word in remote area, off-road, long distance touring, the Surly Troll is one of the most capable conventional bikes ever produced. With incredible strength, a huge gear range and about five million ways in which to attach luggage, it’s a dead-set expedition vehicle. But hey, it will get you to work just fine as well.
Fuji bikes on sale
Fuji Touring—was $1500, now $1300, SAVE $200
The Fuji Touring was already the best value touring bike on the market, and then we cut $200 from the price. Need we say any more?
Fuji Finest 1.1 Disc—was $1549, now $999, SAVE $550
Sizes available: 46cm only
An excellent entry level road bike with disc brakes, we have one Fuji Finest 1.1 Disc left on the shop floor. It’s been there too long, and it’s got to go. We’re probably making a loss on this sucker!
Rocky Mountain bikes on sale
Canadian company Rocky Mountain make some sweet mountain bikes. Get out on the trails with these discounted fun machines.
Rocky Mountain Soul 20 (27.5)—was $899, now $799, SAVE $100
Sizes available: XS, S, M, L, XL
A great entry into the mountain bike scene, the Rocky Mountain Soul 20 is a versatile beast. Pedal it hard, take it on some rough stuff, have a blast.
Rocky Mountain Fusion 40 (29)—was $1299, now $999, SAVE $300
Sizes available: S, M, L, XL
A fast rolling, efficient 29er, the Rocky Mountain Fusion 40 is for those who want to roam far and wide. It could even be used as a commuter, that you can have some serious fun with.
Rocky Mountain Growler 40 (27.5+)—was $1599, now $1299, SAVE $300
Sizes available: S, M, L, XL
With plus-size wheels and progressive geometry, the Rocky Mountain Growler 40 is an all-out, balls-out fun machine. Made for bombing downhill, blasting through stuff that makes your hair stand on end, and for generally zesty activities.
Velo Cycles bikes on sale
Velo Carlton—was $599, now $459, SAVE $150
Sizes available: 15, 17, 19, 21
Designed by us, for you, the Velo Carlton is a no-nonsense, no-frills commuter bike that’ll take you there and back. It’s simple, reliable, and at $599 was already great value. Now it’s $150 less!
Jamis bikes on sale
Jamis have been our highest-selling brand since the dawn of time (10 years ago in the Velo Cycles universe). Jamis can be summed up with the following qualities: high reliability, exceptional design, and excellent value.
Jamis Renegade Explore—was $1399, now $1199, SAVE $200
Sizes available: 54, 56, 58
Your starting point in the gravel bike universe, the 2018 Jamis Renegade Explore is built around a 6061 aluminium frame and comes with basic components that perform solidly whilst being easy on the hip-pocket. It gives you a chance to dip your toe in the water without mortgaging the house, offering the gumption of a gravel bike at an affordable price. It can be a gateway drug—if you will—to the all-road scene, but is still good enough to be a long-term workhorse if that’s what you’re after.
Jamis Renegade Expat—was $1699, now $1599, SAVE $100
Sizes available: 56cm only
With mid-level 10-speed Tiagra shifting and the well-regarded TRP-Spyre mechanical disc brakes, the 2018 Jamis Renegade Expat is a cracking build for the price. At its heart is a Reynolds 520 steel frame—a value tubeset with a rock-solid feel—and a Jamis ECO carbon fork. The end result is a smooth, sturdy and sharp-handling bike that hits a sweet spot between price and performance; affordable enough to be an entry into the gravel bike market, but equipped well enough to be a satisfying ride in the long run.
Jamis Renegade Exploit—was $2999, now $2599, SAVE $400
Sizes available: 56, 58
The 2018 Jamis Renegade Exploit gets a more refined tubeset—Reynolds 631—which cuts down on weight, provides a snappier ride and smooths out road buzz beautifully. It’s also specced with Shimano 105 11-speed shifting and Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, so you get razor sharp gear changes and powerful braking. Other upgrades from the Expat include eyeleted rims and sealed bearing hubs. If you do a lot of miles, and you appreciate a little refinement, the Renegade Exploit may well be worth the extra dosh, and are only available Australia-wide from Velo Cycles.
Jamis Renegade Escapade—was $3999, now $3499, SAVE $500
Sizes available: 54, 56, 58
The big daddy, the 2018 Jamis Renegade Escapade comes with the same great frame and fork as the Exploit, but with the high-performing Shimano Ultegra groupset, as well as upgraded wheels—WTB Frequency Team i23 rims laced to Formula sealed-bearing hubs. The shifting and braking of the new Ultegra R8000 groupset is truly world-class, and will provide an incredibly smooth, efficient ride. If you want the feel of your high-end road bike on a go-anywhere beast, the Renegade Escapade is your answer. And again, we’re the only shop in all of Australia who has them.
Kona bikes on sale
North-American company Kona began in mountain bikes, and have grown to be one of the largest bicycle brands in the world. Known for their forward-thinking design and wild colour schemes, Kona offer quality bikes in every category.
Kona Rove ST—was $2199, now $2099, SAVE $100
Sizes available: 52, 54, 56
Back and better than ever, the new Rove Steel sees through-axles and flat mount disc brakes. A first for the model, and a feature normally found on far more expensive bike. Another interesting development is the inclusion of tubeless valves with the bikes! Meaning it’s never been easier to ditch the tubes and go with a lighter more supple ride. The other big bonus of tubeless is the ‘self-heal’ nature of the latex fluid that fights of punctures! It still has the great ride characteristics that made the previous model such a winner, and with a clean one by eleven drive-train this is the perfect drop-bar bike for Melbourne, both in and out of the city.
Kona Rove DL—was $1449, now $1199, SAVE $250
Sizes available: 54cm only
The Kona Rove DL is very orange. Oh yeah, and with a quality Shimano drivetrain, disc brakes and a lightweight aluminium frame, makes and awesome drop-bar commuter bike. And if you want to hit the road on the weekend, it’s got you covered there too!
Soma bikes on sale
Soma make some of the best mass-market frames, period. Made from quality, lightweight Tange steel, their finish is top notch, their design beautiful, their capabilities many.
Soma Buena Vista frameset—was $750, now $500, SAVE $250
Sizes available: 50cm only
Indeed it is a “Buena Vista.” The Soma Buena Vista makes a beautiful, classic, lightweight step-through bike. For those looking for function with a touch of elegance. We could build this up for comfort, for speed, or for an ultimate commuter with a bit from each column.
Tern bikes on sale
Drawing on their DNA from Dahon bikes (Tern is Dahon’s son) we’ve stocked Tern folding bikes for longer than any other. They provide a great balance between price and functionality, with the versatility of folding bike.
Tern Link B7 – was $700 now $600, save $100.
The entry-level Tern Link B7 provides the versatility of a telescoping handlebar post, when combined with the long seatpost can accommodate riders from 142-190cm. A comfort-oriented saddle, 7 speeds and balloon-style tyres with mudguards gives you everything you need for urban living, or something for the camping van.
Tern Link D8 – was $1025 now $900, save $125.
The Tern Link D8 makes a great daily commuter, with Tern’s patented ‘N-Fold’ technology, a wider-spaced 8 speeds, and Schwalbe Big Apple tyres. You also get the Tern Andros stem, allowing tool-free adjustment of height and reach.
Tern Link D7i – was $1200 now $1100, save $100.
The Tern Link D7i swaps out the Link D8’s external derailleur for the low maintenance, low risk of damage internal hub. This year it also comes pre-equipped with a rear rack and a dyno-hub powering the front light.
Tern Verge P9 – was $1899 now $1300, save $399.
Tern’s Verge series are their lightweight 20″ folder. The P9 is built for speed with sealed bearing hubs, 9 speed derailleur, cadence-oriented saddle and stiff allow pedals.
Tern Joe P27 – was $1525 now $1400, save $125.
Looking for a full-sized bike which folds? Tern’s Joe is now back in stock, and this year it’s sporting 27.5″ tyres, 3×9 gearing and hydraulic disc brakes.
We also have 20% off all Tern accessories.