What You'll Get
Much like robots, children, and robotic children, bikes need to be regularly recalibrated to keep them from developing human emotions. Keep your bike performing at its functional, unfeeling best with today's Groupon: for $40, you get a complete bike tune-up at Apex Cycles & Services in Davis (up to an $85 value).
Apex Cycles's owner-mechanic Aaron is a one-man stronghold of bicycle betterment, with a vested interest in connecting with his pedaling patrons and fine-tuning bikes with custom parts from around the globe. The extensive Red tune-up goes the extra 5,280 feet to bring two-wheel transporters into top form, truing wheels; replacing spokes as needed; and adjusting hubs, bottom brackets, and headsets. Cables, chains, and housing are lubed and unburdened of squatting garden gnomes, and a keen-eyed adjustment of derailleurs, brakes, shifters, and air tubes ensures proper performance. The mechanic tops off the process by inspecting the tires and cleaning and polishing of the bicycle. At last, the velocipede virtuoso will test-ride each bike to ensure a smooth ride and complete lack of wheel-borne event horizons.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 14, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Apex Cycles & Services
Behind a rough-hewn wooden façade, walls embellished with wheels and cycles surround Apex Cycles & Services' solo employee, Aaron Curtin. While stocking the store with quality bikes and parts from brands such as Kona, Continental, and De Rosa, Aaron builds an excellent rapport with customers by executing thorough cycle services for almost all makes and models. Bike treatments range from basic tune-ups to comprehensive overhauls that include the installation of fresh parts and a deep cleansing. Aaron also constructs bikes from custom components and works with clients to accommodate all budgets by utilizing prviously used parts and allowing patrons to whittle down debts by volunteering at the shop. Aaron can pick up and drop off two-wheelers himself or welcome them into his store with more delight than a BMX rider moving to a neighborhood filled with drained pools.