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Sugar Wheel Works coffee by Water Ave. Coffee

$17.00

We wanted to create a special Sugar Wheel Works coffee with Water Avenue Coffee and came up with a whole bean coffee that is drinkable on a daily basis while adding some notes of honey, citrus and bergamot for some complexity. This single origin Ethiopian is crafted from 43 different indigenous species of coffee trees and brews well with drip, French press or espresso methods.

Water Ave. Coffee continues to be a great partner to help keep our wheels turning day in and day out and we recommend trying all their coffees. The Sugar blend is sold in 12 oz. bags as whole bean coffee and it is a great choice for a pre-ride brew, with breakfast or afternoon coffee at the campsite on your next bike adventure.

Enjoy and Happy Riding!

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Lots of options in 650b, 700c and various widths and hole counts. Rims from Stans, Rene Herse, WTB, Astral, Velocity, Knight and more. If we don’t have it in stock, we can order it up and still offer you a 10% discount to build a dream wheelset. 

Kimberlee Stafford

“I love my Sugar wheels. The day I got them, I got a PR on Rocky Butte, and have been consistently faster ever since. What a difference an awesome set of wheels makes!”

Sorella Forte

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Amy Polo

“I love to explore the less-travelled routes. I have my little gravel obsessions. I will spend an entire season devoted to exploring one area: Gifford Pinchot, Central Oregon, or my latest fascination: the Fifteenmile Creek area around Dufur.”

Sepie Moinipanah

“The thing I love about cycling is the ability to experience your surroundings from a different perspective. You can cover more ground than on foot and slow enough to appreciate the nature around you.”

Jodi Gee

“Cycling has brought me through some pretty hard times including 3 major surgeries, and a continuing battle with thyroid cancer. My recovery is going so well that I’ll be able to run again soon. But the bike will always be my favorite, now!”

Shimran George

“There’s something spiritual about riding a bike and being able to think critically about how you can tackle challenges. Emotions are magnified tenfold. It’s a great time for reflection — and as humans I feel like being able to reflect and gain clarity are essential. Why not do it while pedaling for hours?”