Men’s Road-Tri Bikes

The hill isn’t in the way. It is the way.

Sourland Cycles offers great depth and variety of road bikes from Giant, Specialized and BMC, starting with the Defy at $660 and rising to the Specialized Tarmac or the BMC SLR01 at $5000+. At Sourland Cycles there truly is a road bike for every budget. Consult with our staff about how you ride and how to get the best value for your money. Get outside and enjoy the beautiful area in which we live. We have many options for you. Of course, Giant, Specialized and BMC have other bikes that may not be in stock during your visit. We can normally get these bikes within one to three days.

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Defy Advanced Family of Bikes

Full carbon frames starting at $184o; Defy Advanced Pro starting at $3750

No Gimmicks. Light and Lively performance with and added boost of control and comfort. Smooth, fast, fun to ride. Engineered for real-world performance, even on rough roads and the longest days. The Advanced-grade composite frame features endurance geometry with the perfect blend of light weight, stiffness and road-smoothing compliance. The Defy Disc is a versatile choice for everyday road rides or long weekend adventures. New disc brake technology and the vibration-damping D-Fuse seatpost enhance control and comfort. And the PowerCore bottom bracket turns every pedal stroke into positive forward motion, helping you stay strong all the way to the finish.

Review: Bike Exchange:2019 Giant Defy Advanced Pro – Ten Things to Know

TCR Advanced

Starting at $1600

The perfect blend if stiffness and lightweight. The all-new TCR Advanced Pro gives you every advantage on the road—climbing, descending, cornering and sprinting. Through superior engineering and composite manufacturing, the redesigned Advanced-grade composite frame sheds weight without sacrificing its best-in-class stiffness. Legendary Compact Road race geometry delivers precise handling with aggressive riding positioning. And the all-new Variant seatpost adds to its smooth, efficient ride quality and performance.

Review: Cycling Weekly:Giant TCR Advanced 1

Propel Advanced

Starting at $4200 – finally an aero road bike that is comfortable

Aero beats light weight every time. Best-in-class aerodynamics plus sharp yet stable handling on the road. You get it all with Propel Advanced. Engineered with AeroSystem Shaping Technology and Advanced-grade composite, this race-ready rocketship delivers lightweight performance and a stiff chassis for sprinting. The Vector seatpost offers wide-ranging adjustability with minimal drag. An OverDrive steerer tube and PowerCore bottom bracket help improve its sharp handling and pedaling efficiency—the perfect combo when you’re at the front of the pack.

Review: Propel Advanced Disc

Trinity – Giant’s new redesigned triathlon bike

Starting at $2250

The all-new Trinity Advanced is built to help you achieve your triathlon goals. From first timers to Ironman warriors, it has the aero engineering and adjustability to put you in the perfect position on the road. Built with Advanced-grade composite material featuring AeroSystem Shaping Technology, the frameset was developed and fine-tuned through extensive wind-tunnel analysis. The Contact alloy base bar offers adjustable comfort, and the SpeedControl brakes give you more control without sacrificing aero performance.

Contend 1 & 3/Contend SL Disc 1 & 2

Starting at $650 aluminum frame and fork; Contend SL improved alloy frame, carbon fork at $1260


  • BALANCED ROAD GEOMETRY – Frame is specifically engineered to produce a balanced, all-rounder feel that blends confident rider positioning with agile cornering and acceleration.
  • SMOOTH RIDE QUALITY – 27.2mm diameter seatpost design reduces road shocks and vibrations for a smooth ride quality that improves comfort and minimizes fatigue.
  • TOTAL CONTROL  – Seamless disc brake integration including flat mounts and 12mm front and rear thru-axles produces more consistent braking power for better control, even in wet weather and rough roads.

Specialized Bikes


Starting at $770

Looking for the most advanced alloy bike ever made? Look no further than the Allez. Featuring our revolutionary D’Aluisio Smartweld Technology, it’s shaped and engineered to decrease weight, increase stiffness, and improve overall ride quality, all while providing the perfect combination of responsiveness and compliance. It’s the perfect bike to either smash around your next crit, or to take your riding to the next level.

Roubaix – with Future Shock – smoother is faster

Starting at $1800

The Roubaix  features our Endurance Geometry for stable and predictable handling, comfort and efficiency, long rides, short rides, every ride. The entire Roubaix line delivers all the benefits of carbon, but with an improved, snappy rear triangle for better acceleration and a wide range of component spec for all budgets.  The Roubaix line now features the “future shock” that isolates and nearly eliminates vibrations and small bumps coming through the fork.. You have to ride this bike to believe how smooth and fast it is. And to ensure that every bit of power is transferred to the road, as well as to provide unparalleled responsiveness, the frame and fork are constructed from our FACT carbon fiber. When put altogether, the Roubaix is guaranteed to keep you fresh on long hauls over rough terrain.


Starting at $2000

The Tarmac doesn’t just do one thing well—it does everything exceptionally. Its perfect combination of complete performance has already won all three Grand Tours, and it will take both your racing and riding to the next level. With its Rider-First Engineered™ design that ensures complete performance for every frame size, as well as its seamless bottom bracket and monocoque chainstay design for enhanced power transfer, you’ll be descending faster and climbing harder than you ever thought possible.

Tarmac Expert

Starting at $3900

“Our S-Works Tarmac may be the optimal bike for winning a Grand Tour, but chances are, you’re not going to be competing in Southern France this season. But when you need a bike that’s ready to annihilate the competition on your training rides and local races, the new Tarmac Expert is pretty damn hard to beat.”

Shiv – an exceptional TT/Tri bike

Starting at $2800

The Shiv is purpose-built to be the ultimate triathlon weapon. With the lightweight performance of the FACT carbon frame and crosswind-optimized design, the Shiv sails through the air while keeping you as efficient as possible. Add to that the integrated Fuelselage hydration system and wide range of fit options, and the Shiv will quickly become the fastest thing in your triathlon quiver.

  • The FACT 10r carbon frame is lightweight and extremely responsive. It features crosswind-optimized airfoils for enhanced aerodynamic performance, while the Control Tower Fit System and Fuelselage Integrated Hydration System provide versatile fit options and nutrition integration.
  • FACT Aero carbon fork utilizes our most advanced carbon construction methods to provide precise steering and rider input, while also improving overall aerodynamics.
  • Carbon Aerobar is wind-tunnel-optimized to reduce frontal drag, while also providing the versatility necessary to accommodate a wide range of fit options for maximum power, efficiency, and all-day comfort.

Langster Street

Starting at $650

The Langster Street is the pinnacle of simplistic, performance-focused bike design. With its stiff and responsive A1 Premium Aluminum frame and durable build kit, the Langster Street is a city bike distilled down to its purest form.

Van Dessel Bikes

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Van Dessel: Country Road Bob

Now in stock, Country Road Bob! Way back in 1999, the first bike to exploit our signature Versaconfiguratility was the Country Road Bob. Designed to take on the gravel roads in the foothills of the Colorado Rockies, it became the go-to winter trainer among serious roadies, and was adopted by outliers in the CX scene wanting a funkier cross bike. This latest evolution carries on this heritage, but now with the ability to accept both 650b(2.1" knobbies anyone?) and 700c wheels (up to 40mm). The frame is 6061 double-butted aluminum with shaping to improve shouldering and increased mud clearance, eyelets for fenders and racks, and bosses for three bottle cages - the carbon fork adds two more for a total of five. So if your jonesing to cross the Mojave Desert, or simply need a sweet way to get your butt to work on time, we feel you.

  • Fix Cog and Free Wheel standard
  • Drive train compatible
  • TRP Hylex hydro-disc brakes
  • 700cx40, 650bx47 and 29×2.1″ tire capacity
  • Thru-Axle dropouts
  • Raceable, lightweight, durable, versatile, and nimble
  • $1499 complete bike build
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Van Dessel: Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

  • Frames starting at $700
  • 20 custom build options

The most incredible, stylish, versatile bike: Make it a touring bike, a straight-bar commuter, a funky cyclocross. Come in and find out your options. Steel version coming later.

Full Tilt Boogie

Van Dessel: Full Tilt Boogie

  • The award-wining, race-winning, carbon CX bike
  • Pick your gruppo.

"This is a full carbon cross frame that isn't messing around. Tuned for super responsive acceleration off start lines, through hole shots, out of hairpins and wherever else instantaneous speed is needed. Oh, and we added bottle cage bosses, cuz humans get thirsty. But forget cantilevers, this frameset is disc only. Not to mention light, smooth, responsive and thru-axle or quick release compatible."


Van Dessel: A.D.D.

  • A snappy handling aluminum cyclocross bike
  • Made in America
  • 20 build options

The Original Country Road Bob is making a comeback. Available Spring of 2018.

Motivus Maximus

Van Dessel: Motivus Maximus

This carbon road bike is snappy, responsive, yet comfortable for all day rides.

  • 28 mm tire clearance
  • disc or rim brake

Review: Bicycling Magazine: "Sprint Forever on the Van Dessel Motivus Maximus..."