Step 1. Purchase your Groupon using the buy button at the top of the page.Step 2. Locate your redemption code, which differs from the Groupon number and can be found in the center of the voucher. The voucher is viewable in the mobile app or by going to My Groupons and clicking the print link.Step 3. Visit the redemption site that corresponds with the product printed on your Groupon: Step 4. Select "Add to Cart" and enter the redemption code located in the center of your Groupon into the "Coupon Code" field at checkout.Step 5. Enjoy!
Bike Emporium’s able staff equips riders with bicycles and accessories from top brands and keeps gear running smoothly with repair and maintenance services. Walk-ins can ride out of the store atop new spinning spokes by Giant, Electra, or Haro, as well as recumbent bikes by Sun. When any make or model of bike requires maintenance, wounded wheels benefit from a full range of repair services, including flats fixed while the owner waits and tune-ups completed in 24 hours. Bike Emporium also rents out bicycles ($17/hour; $37/day) and points riders in the direction of the Greenbelt half a mile away, a nearby mountain bike trail, and a giant hamster wheel that affords riders spectacular views of the skyline.
At Bicycle Ranch, guests will find a staff of experienced bike mechanics and a fleet of top-of-the-line road bikes, mountain bikes, and biking gear. One thing they won't find, though is sales pressure; the shop's staff is way too busy making sure customers are enjoying themselves––preferably by swapping a good ride story over a cup of coffee––to waste time on cheap selling tactics.
That commitment to customer service is exactly what made current owners Markus Zimmer and Andy Peshek buy the business in the first place. Both had been loyal customers under the original owner and took it upon themselves to safeguard the same level of customer appreciation for the next generation of bike enthusiasts. Their expert staff includes fitting specialist Chris Pulleyn, whose work helped win the shop recognition in Triathlete Magazine as one of the country's best bike fitters. In addition to fittings, tune-ups, and repairs, the staff hosts monthly maintenance clinics that teach cyclists how to change flat tires, perform minor adjustments, and explain to their training wheels that they need to move on.
Tuesday and Thursday nights, Bicycle Ranch also leads cycling treks around the city with separate rides for road and mountain bikes. Saturday mornings welcome riders to pedal alongside others of the same experience level, with all groups reconvening at the shop for coffee afterwards.
The certified divers at Ultimate Dive and Travel draw on years of experience to help students gain scuba-diving certification with and underwater savvy. Certification courses include classroom instruction, where students glean diving basics through textbooks, DVD lessons, and in-depth interviews with retired manta rays. Pool sessions help familiarize pupils with their equipment within the security and comfort of a swimming pool. The final legs of the course come with open dives at Lake Pleasant, where participants earn their open-water certification. Ultimate Dive and Travel is also an authorized dealer of subaqueous gear from brands such as Scuba Pro, Oceanic, Henderson, and Atomic Aquatic.
Commuters. Cruisers. Mountain bikes. Recumbents. If it has two wheels and looks ridiculous when ridden by an elephant, then chances are customers can find it at Bicycles of Phoenix. Its 8,500-square-foot showroom houses bicycles and gear for all levels, from beginners to professional competitors. Staffers happily help patrons select the right gear. And in the onsite shop, each of Bicycles of Phoenix's mechanics draws on more than 25 years of experience to administer tune-ups and repairs.