September 7, 2012 at 2:32 am #20610
Threw down a deposit on a fixed gear bike from these guys yesterday. Looking forward to it!September 7, 2012 at 4:18 am #20614JerrySParticipant
If anyone is interested in an Ebike, i might be putting it up for sale. Top speed is 45KM per hour. She has been through thick and thin, but she gets the job done.
I replaced the back tire (tube and tire,85RMB) this past wends and battery is new (one month used 450). Price for bike… 900 RMB.
But yea, dont want to hijack this thread, just throwin this out there if anyone is looking for a good ebike.September 7, 2012 at 8:24 am #20634Vincent NLParticipantQuote:Threw down a deposit on a fixed gear bike from these guys yesterday. Looking forward to it!
Too bad I just bought my fixie, but will check out their shop soon.
I’m sure the quality of mine is a bit less, but I’m still enjoying it. So much easier to cycle around instead of a MTB with huge tires.September 7, 2012 at 1:34 pm #20660Quote:Too bad I just bought my fixie, but will check out their shop soon.
Visit them in a few weeks when they’re all set up, it’s a great location and will surely be the authority on fixed gear bicycles in Chengdu. Those two really know what’s up and can order parts or help you troubleshoot problems.September 8, 2012 at 5:23 am #20681JustinParticipantQuote:Those two really know what’s up and can order parts or help you troubleshoot problems.
Much more so than any bike shop on first ring road who sells fixed gear bikes, but know absolutely nothing about them. Jacob and Larry have a great knowledge of bikes and are able to give you solid advice on any issue.September 19, 2012 at 9:53 am #21313Mr. KlinkParticipant
Yeah. And the guys who run the shop are super handsome, intelligent and charismatic.
-Not the Jacob Klink of the interview
But seriously, swing by. Besides installing our sign, painting some things, sewing cushions for our seating and just giving everything a good dusting we’re finished with renovations. Larry and I’ve spent too much time finding things to do while we wait for the majority of our bikes to arrive (1 to 2 weeks) including building a pub-style ring toss game and simply making the place cozy.
We’ll have more details about a ‘soft’ opening when all our things are in, then we plan to do a big bash in November when the whole application process with the government is finalized and polished off.
Look forward to seeing you around!September 19, 2012 at 9:59 am #21314Quote:We’ll have more details about a ‘soft’ opening when all our things are in, then we plan to do a big bash in November when the whole application process with the government is finalized and polished off.
Fantastic, definitely post that info here, I’m sure a lot of people would be interested in participating.
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