After getting a lot of feedback on our classes we have decided to add a wheel truing session to our Basic Class. This will make the basic class 6 weeks long and give students a great introduction to maintaining and repairing their bicycles. We have new classes starting in April – sign up online or stop by the shop.
If you like the look and feel of a fixie but have some hills on your commute we just got a bike that will work great for you. The Origin-8 Intersect looks like a fixie but it has a 7 speed freewheel and can fit fenders and a rack – which makes it great for a commuter. We only have 1 in stock right now in 56cm, come down and take it for a test ride. $475
Broadway Bicycle School is still looking for one more mechanic for the 2014 season! Click below or stop by for an application. We will be making hiring decisions soon so get your application in as soon as possible!
We are looking for some mechanically inclined people who are enthusiastic about bicycles to work at our shop as full-time bike mechanics/sales-people from Mid-March through October 2014. Previous bike shop experience is not necessary. Click below for our application or stop by the shop and pick one up. You can email completed applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
I was recently reading about Jerry Seinfeld talking about how one of the coolest things in his life is being able to walk or bike to work everyday. This is extra fascinating because Jerry Seinfeld is a renowned car enthusiast and even has show based around cars (Comediansincarsgettingcoffee). Anyway, that lead to another interesting fact about an 80′s icon: Macgyver. Macgyver (Richard Dean Anderson) rode his bicycle from Minnesota to Alaska! Unfortunately, for Macgyver fans, Richard Dean Anderson did this in his real life, not on a Macgyver episode. How would Macgyver deal with a broken spoke if he had no replacement spokes? I wonder….
Time to update your wardrobe? We just got in some new t-shirts – only $10 each! Come down and grab a few
Interesting article on the direction Hamburg is heading in regards to cars. Everyone thought the future was flying cars and moving sidewalks but maybe the future is in clean sustainable transportation- ie bikes!