Open Sundays Again. Yahoo! March 01 2017
We've had a long-ish winter nap and are feeling refreshed. Ready to take on Sundays once more. Come out between 12 noon and 4pm to get a new bike (we still have some on sale), have a flat fixed, or leave your bicycle for a tune up.
Get Your Bike Ready, Nice Weather Is On The Way February 17 2017
Nicer weather is on the way. Now is a really good time to bring your bike in for a Spring tune-up. You'll want it in top shape so as not to miss any warm, sunny days of riding. We can do a full tune-up starting at $50 for a single speed and $70 for a geared bike and in most cases have it finished in 3 days.* We work on ALL bikes, new, old, sporty and not so sporty like folding bikes, internally geared bikes, cargo bikes, and e-bikes. If your bike is beyond a tune up, we have a great selection of practical city bikes, with prices reduced on some.
We just wanted to let you know that next time you need your brake housing replaced we have lots of color options available. There's the obvious black of course. And white, pretty vanilla. But why not go to the other end of the spectrum and house your brake cable in vivid color. Pretty outrages, we know, but sometimes you need a little pizazz in your life. The fun doesn't stop there, though; we also have it in silver and gold for a winning look. Most of the colors will run you a dollar per foot. the gold, two dollars a foot.
Just a Couple of Tools August 06 2015
Sometimes you need to tighten a bolt or make a few adjustments on your bike. What you need, then, is a lightweight multi tool from Crank Brothers. For most folks the m5 will sort you out. It comes with 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, & 6mm hex wrenches and a phillips head screwdriver. For bikes with disc brakes and rotors, there's the m10. It comes with everything the m5 has plus 2mm, 2.5mm, & 8mm hex wrenches, flat screwdriver, and t-25 torx wrench. Available at the shop, $13 and $20.
A Little Lube Goes a Long Way July 30 2015
Chain squeakin' ? Pick up a bottle of Tri-Flow Superior Lubricant, put a drop on the rollers, and run it through (be sure to hold a rag beneath the chain.) Wipe any excess off and you're good to go. Also great on pivot points! Here's what Tri-Flow has to say: "High-grade petroleum oils provide optimum lubrication under extreme temperatures (-60 to 475°F) and humidity. Formulated solvents soften and remove dirt and contaminants, while special additives displace moisture and prevent rust and corrosion." Available at the shop in 2oz and 6oz bottles.