Stolen in Bozeman, May 21st
The bike is a Pinarello FP5, Blue and white with Dura Ace components. 
I am training for my first ever IRONMAN event, one third of the race is riding 112 miles soo I thought I should get myself a good bike to train and race with. I got the bike about a month ago. Retails for about $3000. I rode 500 Miles on it in the last 15 days hoping to hit 1000 for the month of may.
The story of how it was stolen:
On May 21st I set out to do an epic ride. I rode from my house to the hyalite reservoir and down 4 times. Totaling 86 miles and 7100 vertical feet. As I make my journey home I go through a bit of mud and realize I shouldn't take my bike inside my house (where I always keep it) until I clean it. So I decided to put it in my garage. The next morning I wake up for my swim and go out to the garage where my car is parked. I open the back door and casually glance down to baby blue (that is what I call my bike)...I froze and almost broke down crying realizing someone had stolen it. I notice the main door is wide open, and I made sure to close it the night before. My thought is someone was eyeing that bike for some time now and finally had there chance to sneak in on that windy night and escape through the main door. Nothing else was missing...just baby blue.
If you have information regarding this theft please e-mail using the address located at the bottom left of this page.  

Save the Date: Aug. 10 for Morganzo 55

This year's running of the Morganzo 55: Double Nickels on the Grime is set for Saturday, August 10th.

Ride gorgeous gravel that rolls and winds its way along the west side of the Bridger mountain range near exotic Maudlow, MT.

See here for a recap of last year's inaugural. As always, this event is fully self-supported (water re-fills available at Pass Creek elementary around mile 40).

Gun goes off at 9am at the corner of Dry Creek Rd. & Theisen Rd. Limited parking available so carpool or ride there if you can.

Here's the cue sheet.

First one done gets first crack at the beer, so bring a few to share.

WRP Online Trail Guide Looking for Submissions

WRP is building upon our online community of knowledgeable trail guides by expanding the FEATURED RIDES page on our website. We want to create a rider-generated, online resource for residents and visitors to find out about all the great trails the Gallatin Valley has to offer.  If you haven’t explored the page on our website yet take a minute to do so here: We have a few rides up now but we need more and we want you to help!


Stolen in Billings, MT on Wednesday, May 8th.  If you have info please e-mail thebozemanfix-at-gmail.

*** Update: The Bozeman Fix spotted this bicycle on eBay in Sep. 2014 and contacted the original owner.  To the best of our knowledge the bike was retrieved successfully. ***

14" lime green Surly 1x1 with custom red painted Surly Large Marge rims laced to green anodized CHRIS KING single speed disc hubs. The rear wheel is flipped to make it a fixed gear (bolted on tomi cog - Green CHRIS KING headset, Green Salsa seat collar, Selle Italia LADY saddle, red dirty dog SKULL stem, cinelli valencia bars, green origin8 cranks, green translucent animal flat pedals, green chain & green oury grips. green cable housing for front disc brake with salsa RASTA quick release skewer. There are also 2 small dirty dog red skull housing router covers on the front fork.

15.5" matte black full suspension 2011 Trek Fuel EX 8 with fox suspension. The only aftermarket "upgrades" are MAVIC tubeless cross max wheels, THOMSON elite seatpost, silver Shimano M540 clipless pedals, silver "incredibell" bell on the right side of the handlebar, pink top cap that says "all work and no play is no good at all" on it, silver sticker on the top tube that just says "AWESOME" in the miller high life font, and the outter big ring was replaced with a FSA bash guard.

A police report has been filed. We have the suspects on tape. But no license plate. Finding them will be tough. The only way to catch them will be through finding the bikes and through the cycling community.

Chris Akrigg - Jack of all Trades?

Watch as Chris Akrigg slays it on just about every kind of bicycle there is out there!

Roll Together

As National Bike Month begins, make a promise that applies no matter if you are a bicyclist, a driver, or both. A promise that could transform our streets. A promise that can turn every trip into a better one. A promise that will help us see our fellow travelers as the people we all are—whether we are behind the steering wheel or the handlebars. A promise to travel with compassion. A promise to Roll Together!