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Sunday Closed
Monday 12:00-18:00
Tuesday 10:00-18:00
Wednesday 12:00-18:00
Thursday 10:00-18:00
Friday 10:00-18:00
Saturday 10:00-16:00


From Ft. Walton

North on 85 until you come into Niceville. Howell Road is the last left you can make before the light. Turn onto Howell. Alpine Bicycles is the second parking lot on the left.

From Valparaiso/Eglin AFB

Head North on John Sims Parkway until you reach the 85 South intersection. Make a left at the light onto 85. Immediately get in the right lane and make the first right onto Howell Road. Alpine Bicycles is the second parking lot on the left.

From Destin/Niceville

Take highway 98 east until you reach Legendary Drive. Turn left onto Legendary eventually going over Midbay Bridge ($2 Toll). Continue North on White Point Road. At the State Route 20 intersection make a left. Continue West on 20 passing the 85 North cut off and onto John Sims Parkway. Make your way into the right most lane and merge onto 85 South. Make the First right after getting onto 85 South onto Howell Road. Alpine Bicycles is the second parking lot on the left.


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712 Howell Rd
Niceville, FL 32578
(850) 678-8222

Litespeed Archon Titanium Frame

1016 Gram 54cm Litespeed Archon frame. At well under 2.5 pounds this frame can rival the weight of any frame on the market. The Wrap technology and 6 series titanium top tube all work together to create a frame that many people consider "too stiff". Too stiff to some can mean perfect frame for sprinters and heavier riders.

Listepeed Titanium Archon Icon
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One of the most striking features of the Archon is its formed 6AL/4V top tube. The aggresive lines flow seamlessly into the Wrap welds that connect the top tube, down tube, and steer tube into one massive junction.

6.4AL Titanium litespeed
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A nice feature also found on Colnago and Orbea, are the steer tube located cable brazes. While it seems small this is a nice touch that keeps your cable housings from rubbing the paint off your frame and headset.

Wrap welds
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With external bottom brackets pretty much the standard now, the bottom bracket shell's tolerances are becoming increasingly important. This frames bottom bracket and headset shells were already faced to very tight tolerances. While this should be common place, it is actually surprisingly rare, and welcome....

Faced bottom bracked facing
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The stainless steel seat tube liner not only helps combat galvanic response, but also makes the creaking associated with older titanium frames a thing of the past.

Stainless seat tube liner
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