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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Fun for your bike

February 25th, 2014

March arrives this weekend with the official arrival of spring in 22 days, thus our display window reflects spring. Featured in this window display collage are some horns that would look simply marvelous on your bicycle, fenders to keep you dry, a wool cap and tights to keep you warm. Also in the window is […]

Steering around obstacles

February 24th, 2014

We took advantage of the balmy weather and went on a bike ride yesterday afternoon. The temperature was in the upper 30’s, and the walls were closing in on us. Also, after reading the forecast for the week ahead the almost 40 degree temperature on Sunday was noted to be the high temperature for the […]

Your next bike?

February 21st, 2014

It has just been assembled and is on the floor ready to go out for a ride today. It is the Fuji Crosstown 2.3. This model is one of the bikes offered in the Fuji Lifestyle/Pavement/City Comfort series. It is lightweight and easy to use and ride with a suspension seatpost and fork. It comes […]

The spring countdown continues

February 20th, 2014

Yesterday, when we weren’t digging out from our latest snow gift, we could enjoy the warmth of the suns rays. The roller coaster known as the NE Ohio Spring has begun. I will be thinking of Wednesdays warmth when winter returns this weekend. But I received my reminder of springs slow but eventual return yesterday, […]

Political campaigning along the equator

February 19th, 2014

A customer of ours has been visiting Equador for the past couple of months and has sent us this interesting news update. This Sunday, Ecuador holds local elections for mayor and legislators in many towns, including Cuenca. It is interesting as a visitor to see how elections are handled here. All campaigning must cease 48 […]

Positive spin

February 18th, 2014

We could get out our front door this morning-we could step out of the shop and snow shoe. We could not get out of our back door as it was blocked by snow drifts. We could snow shoe our way to Lake Anna, the snow plows were just making their way to the area at […]

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