Summertimes afternoons in the summertime in the Sonoran desert is not the best time to test out most bikes. But we have two introductions that we think may just be smooth and fast enough to make even the steamiest summer day in Phoenix feel like a walk through an ice chest.

Introducing the Pivot Mach 4 with Live Valve. We are a family of Pivot fanatics. This one takes it over the top with an electronic system that senses variations in the trails. The fork and shock will open and close according to the terrain you’re riding. How awesome is that? According to Bike Mag: “the luxury of Live Valve is hard to deny…it reduce(s) mental and physical fatigue…gives the bike a personality-it feels like you’re in constant conversation with the bike, instead of just riding it.” There’s all sorts of geometry and components which make it quite versatile for a sweet ride. Check it out at Then come chat with us.

The Specialized 2020 Roubaix with Future Shock 2.0. Five of the top 10 riders in the 2019 Paris-Roubaix dominated the field with this new delight. Launched as part of Specialized’s “Hell Is Hereby Officially Conquered” campaign, this bike is for us mere mortals as well as the superstars. It offers a smoother, faster ride than its previous generations. The Future Shock sits at the neck of the frame offering a reduction in road harshness. The new Pave seat post is the D-shaped technology familiar to Tarmac riders. It offers built in flex and a new drop clamp design. Both of which balance the rear end compliance with the front end. Suitably, this is a “smoother, faster ride” than you’ve ever before experienced. I’m especially fond of the Crimson frame color. Come check out the 2020 Roubaix at FHB today.