EighthInch.com Has Launched!

We are happy to announce the new EighthInch.com site has launched. We were going to wait for the weekend but we couldn’t hold back. Click on the screenshot to check it out! Now there are a lot of changes to the site and I’m sure there will be some questions to address so I’d like to get some of the major ones answered for you.

Q: Why can’t I buy parts on EighthInch.com anymore?

A: We have switched EighthInch.com from a fixed gear shopping site to an informational site for the EighthInch brand. If you want to purchase our products there are link in the product pages that send you to the EighthInch mini-store within our new one stop cycling store, CyclingCloseouts.com.

Q: Where did all the other parts go? Why do you only have EighthInch ones?

A: Since the new EighthInch.com will now represent the EighthInch brand all the non-eighthinch parts have been removed. All the parts will soon be available on CyclingCloseouts.com and are currently available on our eBay store.

Q: I want to buy the parts from you, but it keep sending me to CyclingCloseouts.com. Who is Cycling Closeouts and why can I only buy parts there?

A: Don’t worry, we run CyclingCloseouts.com. Your orders are being processed and handled by the same people as before. We needed to create a site where we could sell all of our cycling products from road, to mountain, to fixed gear. We launched CyclingCloseouts.com to do just that. It’s a simpler way to shop for bike parts now with an even larger variety. In the end the orders are processed the same as before. It’s just done through a new site.

I hope that clears up any confusion people may have with the new site. Overall it looks way better and has a lot more information on our EighthInch brand parts than before.


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Big Changes for EighthInch.com

Things are going to start to look a little different on EighthInch.com soon. We are going to be launching the new and improved EighthInch.com in the next few weeks. Along with an all new look, there will be some other big changes. Mainly, the websites switch from an online fixed gear store to a fixed gear brand site. You’ll still be able to purchase EighthInch parts, you’ll just be forwarded to our e-commerce site, CyclingCloseouts.com. EighthInch will have it’s own mini store within CyclingCloseouts so it will be pretty easy to navigate and buy our products. We’re really excited about all these changes. Stay tuned for more info!

New Scrambler Build

We just came across another one of our Scrambler frames all built up. Take a look. A nice sleek black look with some bianchi blue colored Velocity’s. Click here to see a gallery of our Scrambler builds. Pick up a frame today at EighthInch.com.

EighthInch Scrambler

EighthInch Scrambler

Poll of the Week!

Welcome to our Poll of the week. We’ve been throwing around the idea of manufacturing our own brand of cranksets. We’ve got most of the details ironed out and it seems pretty promising but we’d like to get your opinion on what size chainring we should put on it.

46t is probably the safest because its right in the middle of where people normally ride, but 48t has been our best seller. Let us know what you think so we can get you all some great new cranks!

<br /> <a href=”http://answers.polldaddy.com/poll/1000076/” mce_href=”http://answers.polldaddy.com/poll/1000076/”>What size chainring do you think is most practical?</a><br/><br /> <span style=”font:9px;” mce_style=”font:9px;”>(<a href=”http://www.polldaddy.com” mce_href=”http://www.polldaddy.com”>polls</a>)</span><br />

Salsa clamps back in stock!

Finally, after months of being out of stock, all colors of Salsa clamps are available again. Usually seatclamps availability isn’t a big deal but our Scrambler frameset takes a 30.0 clamp size and Salsa is the only one making a clamp in that size right now. So when they run out of them you can see how that may cause a problem for us. Not to worry anymore. Just click on the picture t pick one up.

Salsa Clamps

Salsa Clamps