Back in Stock / Expected Soon

At Compass Cycles, we try to keep our entire program in stock all the time, but some items are so popular that it can be difficult to keep up. Our cyclotouring knickers continue to be one of our best-sellers, as riders appreciate their comfort and light weight. One reviewer wrote: “I am practically living in them.”

The knickers are sewn right here in Seattle. We just received a new batch, and all sizes are in stock again.

I wish we could say the same about our 11-speed cranks. They’ve been exceedingly popular, and the first run of chainrings sold out quickly. New ones are in production, and we hope to have them by early June.

The MKS Allways pedals are also popular, as they combine MKS premium bearings with a large platform. The platform is slightly concave, so your foot has better grip. They are available in standard and Rinko versions (above). A new shipment from MKS is on the way. We expect them in early June as well.

We appreciate your patience when popular items are temporarilyout of stock. Click on the images to find out more about these products.

About Jan Heine, Editor, Bicycle Quarterly

Spirited rides that zig-zag across mountain ranges. Bicycle Quarterly magazine and its sister company, Compass Cycles, that turns our research into high-performance components for real-world riders.
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6 Responses to Back in Stock / Expected Soon

  1. Max Sievers says:

    Next product: 12-speed cranksets

    Who agrees?

    • That would be relatively easy. We’d just have to space the chainrings a hair closer. In fact, you could modify your 11-speed cranks by just machining (or filing, if you are good at it) off a tiny bit off the inside of the chainring tabs.

  2. Derek Z says:

    Been patiently waiting for 42 outer rings (non-11 speed) for a long time!
    Keep up the great work, recent article on Lyli Herse was beautiful!

  3. Karl Sanchez says:

    I’d be very interested in a narrow-wide Rene Herse chainring between 38 and 42t!

  4. Ana Candela says:

    Hand-sewn might be an inaccurate term here, unless the garment is sewn with needle and thread by hand.

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