Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Bike Sale!

It's been a busy few weeks here at the shop. Repair work continues to keep us on our toes, Rawland Interbike preparations are in full swing, and 2010 bikes are on their way. We're due to receive 36 bikes from Trek for the weekend. Mostly they are bread and butter Trek hybrids, but there are a few goodies in there for good measure. I'll be posting about those when we get them unpacked.

As the new year is upon us, we are having a sale. All remaining 2009 bikes in the shop are 15-30 percent off! We have a large selection of Trek's basic mountain bike, the 3700. These were $349.99, and are on closeout for $274.99! A heck of a deal on a great bike for around town, kids getting to school, or any other general riding needs. Here are a few other highlights and good deals for year's end.

Gary Fisher 17.5" Xcal. Was $1599.99, now $1250.00

Gary Fisher 17.5" Wahoo Disc. Was $729.99, now $649.99All Redlines in the shop are 15% off as well. Save good money on some really nice bikes.

Tonight we'll have another addition of the Wednesday night social. It's raining quite nicely, so I'm not sure we'll be grilling. The beer'll be cold, and there'll be something to eat, so stop on by! 6pm to close this evening. Here are a few shots from last week to entice your appetites.

A fine selection.
Charcoal grilled spiral cut ham. Definitely bike shop gourmet! Served on a German Ham plate compliments of our good friend, the illustrious Mr. Boyce.

2 comments:

jerry said...

I was dubious of the ham plate as it has been hanging on the shop wall for years, but the ham was outstanding, even if you didn't boil it before cooking! Even the ham plate redeemed itself, so I won't try to throw darts at it any longer! Kudos to Curt for an outstanding job well done on the ham and the presentation! Any truth to the rumor that the Summit beer fairy will grace the shop on a Wednesday night in the future?

Ben said...

There is truth to Summit coming to the shop officially. I'm working on scheduling that now. Here's hoping for good beer connections!

Curt did indeed do a fine job on that ham. He's home today following a really bad crash. A reminder for all of us to mind your helmets and watch the corners.