Two Hubs is full of eye candy......

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.
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tommasini
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by tommasini

I have no connection to Two Hubs (have no clue where they are even located) but via a prior WW post I happened to visit their postings of recent builds.

I was impressed and as a result it's been neat to revisit their "boutique" section about once a week to check out some really nice newly built rigs. I've posted this simply for the awareness http://twohubs.com/news.aspx?showarticle=161

A side note is that it's nearly all high end Campy and Shimano....with very little SRAM equipped - interesting..... :thumbup:

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mjduct
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by mjduct

they have some cipollini frames... are they located in the US?

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https://twohubs.com/t-directions.aspx wrote:We would love to have you visit us! We are located at the base of the Santa Ana's Mountain range in Foothill Ranch, California. Give us a call and we can arrange a one on one in our cycling boutique.

twohubs.com
27231 Burbank
Suite 201
Foothill Ranch, CA 92610
877.480.2453

limba
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by limba

I didn't buy anything from them (yet) but they were very helpful answering my questions.

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by thatdkid

Nice selection. They are located right down the street from Oakleys headquarters.

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by tinozee

I've ordered a bunch of stuff from them, always fast and cheap.

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by tharmor

I can't remember the dude's name when I cruised thru the shop but he was more than happy for me to just drool over everything in the boutique. It's the only shop I had seen a pair of LW Feenwegs. I ended picking up a set of Tune skewers for him. I learned a bunch about the Cipollini frames that I was clueless to beforehand. Most of their clientele builds their dream bikes there at the shop piece by piece. He stocks a lot of WW parts, like ax lightness, tune, and LW. One could easily drop $10,000 putting a bike together in that shop.

And yes, they are right down the street from Oakley. They're also close to C-4 and the Felt headquarters.

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