Saturday evening the Studio was transformed into bicycle paradise: on display were rarely seen and not-yet-ridden Seven bikes, many of the people responsible for building them, pros who race them, and those who appreciate great bikes. All flavors of Seven bikes were here. We were in seventh heaven (drinks were served up all night of the same name). In the coming days, we will be blogging on each of the bikes and their significance.
The Ride Studio Cafe would like to extend a huge thank-you to Seven Cycles for lending us their bikes, many items from their showroom, and for having their best-yet 2012 brochure ready in time for the evening. We are very grateful to the employees of Seven who joined us as well. The men and women who build and are responsible for bringing us these bikes are incredible. The bikes are built from a passion for riding, careful craftsmanship, supreme quality, and thoughtful design that focuses on functionality with an eye on beauty.
Big thanks are also owed to Mo Bruno Roy & Matt Roy for coming and bringing the Mo-Honey Mudhoney 2012 protoype bike (we'll talk about that bike later) and Mary McConnelough & Mike Broderick for attending the party. All of these professional riders are testament to the race-ability of Seven Cycles as these racers routinely stand on the podium after having an awesome race on their Seven bikes.
We were even joined by the youngest Seven bicycle owner: the 2- year-old son of Stef who rocks a tricycle that matches his mother's beautiful bike.
Matching baby titanium tricycle:
While you're here, pick up the new 2012 Seven catalog and take a look at all of the 2012 Seven bicycles that are still on the floor here. They include some fabulous bikes: a Sola 29 SL (mountain bike), Axiom SL with Shimano Ultegra Di2, Diamas SL and full-titanium tandem and these are with our other Seven demo bikes--we have the largest selection of Seven demos anywhere!
Thanks again to everyone who came on Saturday. If you took pictures, please email them (or a link to your photos online) to connect (at) ridestudiocafe.com. We're looking forward to 2012, it's starting right and it hasn't even begun yet!