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Monthly Archives: November 2013

Just assembled-or a gift idea for that special someone

November 23rd, 2013

It may be snowing today, and possibly for the next month or so, but picture yourself cruising along on a sunny day on your favorite path or trail on this fun tandem. The Brickell tandem has an aluminum frame with an easy to ride foot-forward of the crank design. Comfort and ease of use are […]

Just arrived more lights: attaching to racks, handlebars…

November 22nd, 2013

Blink, blink, blink. High viability headlights and tail lights add safety to your ride. We have added the Planet Bike Rack Blinky to the tail lights we offer. The Rack Blinky has 5 super bright LEDs and a built-in parabolic reflector to provide visibility for up to 1 mile. Its ultra compact case is weatherproof, […]

TowPath Connector Update

November 15th, 2013

 Below is a JPG of the 3×4 construction signs that are in place as of today (11/15/13) for the bridge project. The locations are: Robinson Ave at East end of bridge where entrance to connector bridge will be; The SE Corner of 2nd &Wooster intersection where trailhead will be; TheTowpath Trail at site where bridge […]

Have fun, ride and help -Cranksgiving

November 12th, 2013

If you are a fast rider you have a chance to help out the hungry in North East Ohio on November 23 by first riding in the inaugural Cranksgiving Akron -registration opens at 9am at St. Bernards church and then meeting the Cranksgiving Cleveland group at West Park Station at 11am. Cranksgiving is a food […]

Bike art and window art

November 6th, 2013

Halloween is over, and the November window display shows we are in the season of giving thanks-hence the happy face and the turkey going along for a ride on the 2014 Fuji Absolute  2.3. Stop by the shop to see the 2014 models bikes, and say hello to RDT (R-D Tom the turkey ). Also, […]

Towpath at U.S. Route 224 closed

November 5th, 2013

As reported In the Region section of today’s  Akron Beacon Journal the TowPath Trail at U.S. Route 224 is closed for 3 weeks. Metro Parks Serving Summit County announced an under the trail pipe is being replaced and the trail will be impassable during the project. Weather permitting, work is expected to be completed by […]

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