Holiday Hours


Merry Christmas to all our friends!!

We will be closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s day.
We wish you a safe and fun end of 2013.

Demo Bike Sale :: Pivot Mach 5.7 xsmall

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We are selling off a Pivot 5.7 alloy Xsmall demo bike. Lightly used but very well maintained.


The Pivot Mach 5.7 is the ultimate do-all bike for riding just about any trail, anywhere. Whether you are an endurance racer, super D rider, or just looking for the perfect bike for any trail you ride, chances are good that the Mach 5.7 is the perfect mountain bike for you. Superior Pivot engineering combined with dw-link® suspension is the foundation of this ultimate trail bike. Anything you can throw at the Mach 5.7 can be handled with aggression and confidence!

Pivot 5.7 alloy xs demo bike


Pivot Mach 5.7 xsmall frame
Fox Float 32 26″ 150 CTD fork
Fox Float CTD Kashima shock
Hayes Prime Expert brakes
Shimano SLX 2×10 shifters
Shimano SLX FD
Shimano XT Shadow Plus RD
Mavic Cross Ride 26″ wheels
Kenda Nevengal tires
Upgraded with Shimano XT 165 cranks


Pedals and Adamo saddle not included in price.

Kona Cinder Cone Review

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Kona Cinder Cone

I love bikes. I’m not a bike tech, nor do I follow a strict training program—but I know that bikes make me happy! That being said, my experience in the cycling world has mostly been with my road bike, and racing track. Mountain biking? Definitely not.

The unfortunate thing about both road and track cycling is that weather is a huge factor; track gets cancelled in the event of rain, and it’s hard to convince me to get my road bike too wet and dirty once that rain really begins. In years past, once mid-September/October hits, I know it’s time to say goodbye to my bikes for the next 6+ months.

Once I realized that mountain bikes are generally fine with rain, I knew I had to try one out! After the folk at Mr. Crampy’s got me out for few trial rides, I was officially hooked. The search for a bike began.
Since I’m a beginner, I wanted a bike that would be good enough to allow me to develop my skills without breaking the bank. I needed a bike that I could learn on and grow with, but of a high enough quality that the bike itself wouldn’t hinder my progress or hold me back once I got the hang of it.

With so many options in mountain bikes, I tested out all sorts of combinations of sizes and styles. Kyle and MacBeth managed to wrangle up a wide assortment of bikes for me to borrow and try out, which was a huge help to someone as indecisive as I am.

As a shorter rider (5’4”), I found that I had a hard time with 29ers—the wheels were big and easy to roll over obstacles, but I felt like the bike was controlling me rather than the other way around. 26” wheels were much easier for me to handle, but the smaller wheels made it noticeably more difficult to get over things. For me, 27.5” wheels were the perfect compromise! This wheels size is somewhat new to mountain bikes (or so I’m told), but in my case, they truly did bring the best of both worlds together.

I also settled on a hardtail; riding full suspension bikes was nice and comfy, but the relative simplicity of hardtails made them a lot of fun to ride. I might change my mind later, but I figured a bike that would force me to learn good biking habits (versus a forgiving, full suspension bike) would ultimately be the best to start with.

Of course, we still had to find this elusive 27.5” hardtail that came in my size and fit my budget. Luckily, Mr. Crampy’s became a Kona dealer right around this time. Kona has a huge range of bikes, offering a great selection at all price points, and of every style and size imaginable. The Cinder Cone fit the bill perfectly for me—the fact that it’s a really attractive-looking bike was just the icing on the cake.

Tiger Mountain crew ride

I’ve taken this bike out a good number of times now, and I couldn’t be happier with my decision. The bike is surprisingly light for having an aluminum alloy frame, which was the biggest surprise. It feels solid while riding, but not definitely not clunky. It’s only been a few weeks, but I’m already learning how the bike will react in various situations, which means it’s predictable and reliable and not fussy. It climbs like a beast, but I also took it down Tiger Mountain, where it handled great even on the drops I sent it over. I can’t wait to explore more, develop my skills, and see all that this bike can really do! With just a few component upgrades later, I may not need to upgrade the bike for quite a while (if ever), since the frame itself is great.

Aside from the trails, I’ve spent a good amount of time tearing around my neighborhood and jumping off of things. I’m not going to lie—this bike makes me feel like a little kid, and is just plain FUN! And shouldn’t that be what a bike is all about?


2013 BH Prisma carbon road bike sale

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2013 BH Prisma carbon road bike prices:
Ultegra Di2 $2999 reg $4490
Ultegra $1950 reg $2999
105 $1559 reg $2399
Tiagra $1299 reg $1999

Come by to check the Prisma out!! Available in either White/Red or Black/blue frame


BH Prisma Blue


BH Prisma blue


The Prisma offers ideal performance and comfort for any cyclist on any terrain. The Prisma shares the same performance and features that BH bicycles are legendary for in a design suited to a wide range of riders from grand fondo racers to recreational tourers.

The Prisma frame’s 100% carbon construction, based on our Global Concept frame structure, guarantees a stiff, performance based foundation.  While the arrangement of carbon in the frame has been exclusively designed to be extremely compliant resulting in a comfortable yet resilient frame that guarantees maximum power transfer and efficiency with each pedal stroke. The Prisma is one of the lightest and most compliant frames in its category.

Ergonomics, comfort and performance
The Prisma frame is designed with a taller head tube, steeper seat angle, longer chain stays and a 45mm fork off set. This and the following features all add up to a frame that fuses ergonomics, comfort, and performance into one package.

Full Carbon integrated BB Shell
The 2013 Prisma features an all new in-molded carbon PressFitBB30 shell eliminating all metal from the Prisma’s frame structure for a design that is lighter, more rigid and more precise. The arrangement of carbon in the construction of the Prisma frame has been designed to integrate the innovative PressFitBB30 system.

A fully integrated design from front to back
The Prisma’s 1.5” tapered headtube and integrated headset design is based on design parameters shared with all of BH’s top racing models, giving it maximum stability and control. The rear of the Prisma has been engineered and tuned around these features as well, offering exceptional compliance while  maintaining that incredible race performance that BH is famous for.

The new Prisma is available with either internal Di2 routing or standard mechanical cable routing From front to back the geometry of the Prisma frame combines comfort, speed and ergonomics suited to a variety of riders demanding comfort and performance from their bike.

Model specs and geometry are at BH website


Bring on Sufferfest

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The weather is changing and it is getting darker earlier so it is that time of year where we bring out the bike trainers and start suffering inside together. Though Fall and winter we will be doing Sufferfest indoor cycling workouts Tuesday and Thursday evening starting at 6:30p. Once the rain really starts we will start Saturday morning sessions as well.

The Sufferfest – Introduction from The Sufferfest on Vimeo.

We just ask for $10 for drop ins or $200 for one year unlimited as part of Crew membership to help cover things like towels, water, the purchase of the videos.

So join us each week for a different Sufferfest video to keep things fresh and fun (in that painful sort of way). All you need to bring is your bike, a towel (we usually have some if you forget), a water bottle and get ready for a good :45 min to an hour+ workout! Trainers are first come first serve and come a bit early to set up and warm up, sufferfest will start at 6:30p.

Mr Crampy's Sufferfest Group

Jake the Snake

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Kona Jake the Snake
Kona Jake the Snake built up to be one lucky kids race bike for the Kirkland triathlon next weekend. He also choose the Redline monster pedals in green to complete the bike.



wedding gift

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Lapierre Audacio 400L

Katie got a Lapierre Audacio 400L road bike from her fiancé Nico for a pre-wedding precent. Since she is a big fan of pink we also added some Lizard skin pink bar tape to make it hers.

Lapierre Audacio 400L

sex sells

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Mark is training to do Miami 70.3 this fall and a full Ironman next year and wanted a sexy bike so he got this Argon 18 E-118 2013 built up with Shimano Dura-Ace 11 speed.

Argon 18 E-118

Supacaz neon orange bar tape


Shimano Dura-Ace 11 speed and Hawk Carbon Clincher  C50 wheels


Argon 18 E-118

Cross country rocket

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Pivot Cycles Demo Day

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Pivot Cycles Demo at Duthi

Mr Crampy’s is proud to host Pivot Cycles for a Demo Day at Duthie Park on August 9th, 2013 from 11am – 7pm. A perfect starting point to put these bikes through the paces. Ride the amazing bikes from Pivot featuring the venerable DW link suspension and see what the buzz is all about. Don’t miss out! Just bring a credit card and matching ID, helmet and shoes, pedals if you have them. We’ll provide the bikes and some cold beverages…

Any small updates and additional details will be posted on our facebook event