TPC Museum Series #4: Myles Rockwell’s Cannondale Fulcrum

Myles Rockwell’s 1998 Cannondale Fulcrum

Cannondale doesn’t care what you think a mountain bike should look like, they never have. Their “do things our own way” attitude has brought many innovations to the MTB world, including this square-forked, three-chained, 1998 Cannondale Fulcrum.

Myles stopped by the museum with master bicycle restorer, Tasshi Dennis, to relive their experiences riding and restoring this complex DH machine!

TPC Museum Series #4 with Myles Rockwell and Tasshi Dennis:


Where Can I Sell My Used Bike?

“I want to buy a new bicycle, but where can I sell my used bike?”

The Pro’s Closet has designed solutions to answer this common question.

1. Come into one of our stores!

Boulder Bike Shop Sell My Used Bike

We currently have two convenient locations ready to pay cash for your used bike in Boulder and Denver, Colorado.

Our Headquarters and first store is located in the cycling centric city of Boulder, CO.

The first TPC satellite location can be found near the Cherry Creek bike path in Denver, CO.

New satellite locations are coming to a city near you!

2. Visit and complete the “Sell Your Bike” form!


Fill out the short form and within 24 hours you will have an offer from one of our expert bicycle merchandisers.

If you accept the offer, a check and packing slip will be on their way to your front door!

3. Trade-Up!

Our latest solution allows you to TRADE your used bike into your local bike shop!

Submit your information through our online form with at least one image of the bike you would like to Trade-Up.

We will email a voucher for the Pre-approved Trade-Up value for your bike. 

Bring your bike and our Trade-Up voucher into any of our retail partner’s locations. Once your bike passes inspection, the TPC Trade-Up value will be applied to the purchase price of your new bicycle. 

While the Trade-Up Program is currently only available in Colorado, we will soon be expanding to all major cycling cities!

Used Bicycle Trade Up Program

The Pro’s Closet Announces Launch of “Trade Up” Program

Innovative Program Provides Benefits to Buyer, Seller, and Local Bike Shop

“The bike industry is very brick and mortar retail-centric, and we didn’t want to fight that,” says The Pro’s Closet founder, Nick Martin. “With more and more people doing their shopping online, we aim to help the ‘offline’ part of the bike industry evolve with changing consumer needs and behavior.”

This set of circumstances was the inspiration behind our new mom and pop retailer partnership, called “Trade Up.” In a nutshell, customers trade in their bike at a local shop, the shop gives them a discount on a new bike, and we take the used bike and sell it online. It’s a win-win-win: the customers don’t have to deal with the hassle of selling their bike on Craigslist or eBay, the shop can focus their energy on what they do best – sell new bikes – and we manage the pre-owned side of their business so the bike gets another life and resold to a worldwide market.

The Trade Up program is a great example of a creative solution that helps make business better for everyone. By partnering with local bike shops, we’re enabling them to unlock the value in their old inventory and giving them the capability to sell something that otherwise might not have been sold. And there’s no risk of competition – our customers are all over the world and the local shops are operating in a completely different marketplace.

For more information and to start your “Trade Up”, visit: