Posted: December 23rd, 2013 | Filed under: Featured, Service, Tires, Uncategorized | No Comments »
As anyone who has gotten a flat fixed here at the shop before knows, we pride ourselves on the efficiency, speed and of course quality we provide with out flat tire repair service. In order to continue providing that level of service, we have to raise the price of flat tire repair from $13 to $15, effective January 1st. Not a significant of a jump, just wanted to give a heads up before the change went through.
To offset some of the increasing cost, for a limited time we’re bring back the ever popular Flat Fix Punch Card. $50 dollars buys you 5 flats, (that’s $10 dollars per flat for the less number-inclined among us) and the card is available now through January 15th so stop by and get yours today. Limit 1 per customer.
Posted: December 17th, 2013 | Filed under: Featured, Mountain Bikes, On Sale, Products, Sale, Specialized | 2 Comments »
that’s right: all of them
Everyone knows Manny loves to mountain bike. Maybe you’ve seen him out on the trails. Maybe not though. He keeps some weird hours. Manny is also the type of guy who needs a bike for every trail and every occasion. Unfortunately, store window mannequin isn’t the most…lucrative…of careers, so Manny is always on the hunt for a good deal.
Fortunately for him (and you!) all of our 2013 Mountain Bikes are on sale until they’re gone. Follow along after the jump for specifics about pricing, sizing and availability. Read More »
Posted: November 25th, 2013 | Filed under: Accessories, Featured, Products, Trainers | 1 Comment »
That’s right, it is officially, unequivocally and almost certainly winter. Pay no heed to these so-called “calenders” that say the first day of winter is December 21st, IT’S DARK. IT’S WET. IT’S COLD. For some, that means it’s time to fold up the jersey, hang up the helmet and pack up the bike until the sun starts to keep it’s head above the skyline past 4 pm again.
But it doesn’t have to be.
We’ve got a wide variety of cycling trainers to suit all needs and skill levels that will let you ride in the comfort and warmth of your own home. Stick around after the jump for a handful of helpful visuals with a special guest appearance from everyone’s favorite mannequin, Manny. Read More »
Posted: October 29th, 2013 | Filed under: Featured, Mountain Bikes, On Sale, Products, Sale, Specialized | No Comments »
It’s the perfect time of year for mountain biking! The trails are solid and the wind that’s keeping you off the road is nonexistent in the woods, so what’s stopping you? Whether it’ll be your first time off road or you’re looking for a rad upgrade, chances are we’ve got something for you.
Head down to the shop for sizing, availability and pricing and keep your eyes peeled for more exciting winter sales further down the line.
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Posted: July 26th, 2013 | Filed under: Featured, Shoes Apparel Helmets | Tags: capo, capo apparel, capo cycling, team kit | No Comments »
Now you don’t have to race like a member of Team Bicycle Therapy – Melitta Racing to look like you do. The fresh new kits that have been tearing up race courses all summer are now on sale at the shop.
Straight from Capo Custom Apparel, the newest edition of the team kit features Capo’s Super Corsa Jersey which is form-fitting yet totally comfy, the Corsa bib short with the fantastic fit and chamois that we all know and love, and both are emblazoned with lighter colors that really pop, more white to keep you cool, and logos of the newest team sponsors. You can buy the jerseys for $100, the bibs for $225, or save a few bucks and buy the whole kit for $215.
The kits are in stock now, but like any of the kits we’ve brought in over the years, they may not be for long. The first batch is always the hottest, so get yours while you can.
Posted: April 9th, 2013 | Filed under: Featured, Sale, Shoes Apparel Helmets, Specialized | Tags: 2012, apparel, capo, clothing, Sale, specialized | No Comments »
None of us can ever hope to even get close to Mario Cipollini’s level of style – I mean, Cipo is a giant among men when it comes to looking good on and off the bike – but at least we can look better than every other rider on the road.
To that end, we’re putting all our Spring/Summer cycling clothing from 2012 on sale. Like, really on sale. 50% off on sale. That’s half off, if math isn’t your thing.
We’ve got lots of great jerseys, shorts, base-layers, and t-shirts from Capo and Specialized on sale for both men and women, so if you need to refresh your cycling wardrobe, come on down and get a little closer to Cipo.
Posted: February 27th, 2013 | Filed under: Featured, Mountain Bikes, Products, Specialized | Tags: 2013, 29, 29er, 29in, enduro 29, enduro comp 29, specialized, specialized enduro 29 | No Comments »
Big wheels aren’t just for XC trails any more. Specialized just announced the new Enduro Comp 29 SE, combining all the advantages of the 29in wheel with all the all-mountain-ness of the legendary Specialized Enduro.
The Enduro has always been the been the best choice for when you want to ride to the top only to bomb right back down, but if you’ve been holding out for a big wheels to go with your big travel bike, your time is now.
Worried about tires and wheels? Never fear. Specialized is rolling out 29in versions of their chunky Purgatory and Butcher tires to go along with their Roval Traverse and Traverse SL 29er wheelsets.
Big trails, big travel, big wheels, big fun.
UPDATE: BikeRumor, as always, has the best info on the new hotness. Check out the detail spec levels (S-Works and Expert Carbon versions announced!), photos, first ride impressions, and video here and here over at BikeRumor!
Posted: February 19th, 2013 | Filed under: Featured, Specialized | Tags: financing, ge, ge money, s-card, scard, specialized | No Comments »
If you’ve ever looked longingly at a hot new bike and known that while you can totally afford it, taking it home would mean running up your credit card balance or emptying out your checking account, we have a solution for you.
The S-Card – easy and affordable financing from Specialized and GE Money, now available at Bicycle Therapy – is a great way to take home the bike you want, when you want.
It’s a quick application process, you can even do it online, and once you’re approved you can buy anything in the shop with a simple six month same-as-cash deal. Make the minimum monthly payments, pay off the balance on time, and you just got your new bike without paying interest, maxing out your Visa card, or having to go on a ramen-noodle-only diet.
For more info just click on the links above or stop by the shop.
Posted: February 11th, 2013 | Filed under: Featured, Jamis, Products, Road Bikes, Womens Bikes | Tags: 2013, Femme, jamis, Shimano Sora, ventura, Ventura Comp | No Comments »
Every once in a while, a new bike comes out that has just the right blend of weight, performance, ride quality, parts spec, and of course, price. The 2013 Jamis Ventura Comp and women’s specific Ventura Comp Femme are just such bikes.
The Jamis Ventura has always been a winner. Literally. It’s a perennial finalist and multiple-time winner of Bicycling Magazine coveted Editor’s Choice awards. Whether it’s the top-end Ventura Race, the high-value Ventura Sport, or the over-achieving Ventura Comp, the whole family offers great rides at even better price points.
The all-new 2013 Ventura Comp and Comp Femme continue the tradition by combining their light, efficient, and comfortable Kinesis 7005 double-butted aluminum frames – featuring size specific tube diameters and a tapered steerer tubes – with smooth riding, ultra-light full carbon forks, the awesome new Shimano Sora shifters/derailleurs, and venerable Mavic CXP-22 wheelsets, all for $950.
Seriously. You’re getting full carbon, hollow-crown, 1 1/8″ – 1 1/2″ tapered steerer forks on bikes that retail for less than a grand. There are some $1500 Shimano 105 bikes that can’t claim that. Hell, there are some $3000 carbon bikes with Ultegra Di2 that can’t give you a fork that’s as smooth, stiff, and light as the ones you get on the 2013 Jamis Ventura Comp and Comp Femme.
Long story short, these bikes ride amazingly well – they’re balanced, quick, smooth, fun – and they’re worth every penny. Great first road bikes? Definitely. Perfect Gran Fondo, all-day bikes? Of course. Light-touring workhorses? Winter-training machines? Gravel road adventurers? Super-commuters? Yes, yes, yes, and yes. These bikes can do it all, do it well, and do it with style. Come by the shop soon and check out what just might be the best riding, best looking bikes you can get for $950.