Standard Bike Tune-Up or $25 for $50 Worth of Cycling Accessories and Services at Easy Rider Bikes

Mount Pleasant

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In a Nutshell

Owner, mechanic, and sole employee helps customers gear up with new helmets, seats, or chains or tunes up bikes for safe trips on the road

The Fine Print

Expires Feb 27th, 2013. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid in-store only. Not valid for sale items. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Bike shops fix everything from rusty bike chains to frames bent by the hooves of vengeful, unemployed horses. Spruce up your mechanical steed with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $25 for $50 worth of cycling services and accessories, such as water bottles for $3, pedals or chains starting at $10, and helmets starting at $49
  • $29 for a standard bike tune-up (a $69 value)

Easy Rider Bikes

Just as bicycling itself is a solitary sport, the owner of Easy Rider Bikes, Marshall Walls, prefers to be the only one at the shop’s handlebars. “I’m not a control freak, but I have a high standard for work,” he told the Post and Courier in 2007. “Besides, I can do the work of about three people.” Walls’ confidence stems from experience: since 1984, he’s successfully maintained his one-man operation in the same 1,400-square-foot space he bought at the age of 25, when most adults choose to just go into hibernation. After a brief period selling Schwinn and Peugeot bikes, Walls devoted himself to service, and today he keeps wheels spinning smoothly with everything from standard tune-ups to restorations. Still, he keeps the essentials—helmets, seats, pedals, and pumps—in stock, lest bikers attempt to race down an oil-slicked hillside unprepared.

Easy Rider Bikes

Just as bicycling itself is a solitary sport, the owner of Easy Rider Bikes, Marshall Walls, prefers to be the only one at the shop’s handlebars. “I’m not a control freak, but I have a high standard for work,” he told the Post and Courier in 2007. “Besides, I can do the work of about three people.” Walls’ confidence stems from experience: since 1984, he’s successfully maintained his one-man operation in the same 1,400-square-foot space he bought at the age of 25, when most adults choose to just go into hibernation. After a brief period selling Schwinn and Peugeot bikes, Walls devoted himself to service, and today he keeps wheels spinning smoothly with everything from standard tune-ups to restorations. Still, he keeps the essentials—helmets, seats, pedals, and pumps—in stock, lest bikers attempt to race down an oil-slicked hillside unprepared.


Reviews

There is no better place to have your bike repaired or serviced, anywhere. Marshall is absolutely the best, most experienced mechanic I have ever foun

Reviewer, Google+, 12/21/11

This is the kind of bike shop I like, where it feels more like going to a friends place, than in a storefront.

Luke Guerry, Google+, 8/21/09

Tips

  • “Great service and did a great job on my bike”

  • “Very friendly, easy to find and they see you coming before you see them with a smile on their face!”

  • “We had a great job done on our bike! ”

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    Mount Pleasant

    1039 Johnnie Dodds Blvd.

    Suite D11

    Charleston, South Carolina 29464

    843-881-0222

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