The Jamis Coda's are our bread and butter commuter bikes. Starting at $520
The Renegade is Jamis’s latest bike in Adventure cycling this bike can handle anything you throw at it. $839
The Allegro comp is fast & zippy great for fitness rides or much like its cousin the Coda commuting around town. The Allegro however has an Aluminum frame making it a few pounds lighter than the Coda. $849
The Quest comp is a great steel road bike. It has a more up right geometry and slightly longer wheelbase making it perfect for longer rides. Also equipped with eyelets for a rear rack and fenders the Quest can double as your day to day commuter. Making the Quest a one bike quiver.
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The Fyxation Eastside in our opinion is the best track/single speed bike for the money. Great Fyxation components sit on top a very solid but light steel frame. $595
Who We Are
John has been in the bicycle industry full-time since 1991. After a 6 year career as a Washington D.C. bicycle messenger he began repairing bikes and managing shops in his home town of San Francisco. He has wrenched or managed at several local shops, was one of the founders of Mojo Bicycle Cafe, and is now doing his own thing with his partner Matt Ames. While he still enjoys playing in traffic, John likes to ride his road bike around Marin and the peninsula, and occasionally gets muddy on his cyclocross machine.
(P.S. Bob Roll doesn't really work here, but I did fix his bike once. He was riding his "travel bike", a cobbled together fixed-gear conversion with 53-16 gearing, and had just come up and over Twin Peaks to the shop. Yeah, he's still got it!)
Matt began his mechanical career at the tender age of fifteen in 1997 at Breakaway Cycling in Delaware, Ohio, his hometown. He has since worked on and around bikes in Ohio, Colorado and California and teamed up with John to found Market Street Cycles in November of 2011. A true mountain biker at heart, Matt also likes to gracefully crash his road bike on occasion. When not in the saddle Matt can be found on his motorcycle a long way from the nearest paved road. (That's him in the mug shot.)
Eric is our hired-gun-outta-Milwaukee, a great mechanic, nice dude, and along with his teammates is a two-time World Hardcourt Bicycle Polo Champion. (That's a mouthful.) Luckily he's a pretty modest cat or this might be a bit much. ;) That's him on the right in the photo from their GQ shoot. (Really.)