Biking is the most efficient way to travel from location to location without a series of well-placed trampolines or full control over a vestigial tail. Get where you need to go without challenging your human status with today’s Groupon to BicycleSpace. Choose between the following options:
- For $20, you get $40 for any bicycle service.
- For $80, you get $200 toward any bicycle.
BicycleSpace caters to the urban bicyclist with top-of-the-line two-wheeled road warriors, a team of highly trained mechanics, and an emphasis on community cycling. Treat your bike to a tune-up ($99), complete with derailleur and brake adjustments and cable lubrication, to ensure it runs as smoothly as a well-oiled used car salesman, or make sure your streamlined companion can stop on two nickels with a brake adjustment ($14). A total overhaul ($250) includes all the bells and whistles of a tune-up, but with additional pedal-pampering services such as cable and bearing replacements and a meticulous drivetrain cleaning.
BicycleSpace also houses a fleet of bikes from brands such as Jamis, Kona, Felt, Linus, Surly, Brompton, and Civia. Pedal to work in style in a Jamis Commuter 1 ($390) with a twist shifter and big-platform pedals, or climb steep hills and Giza-scale human pyramids with the Linus Dutchi 8 ($589), outfitted with eight speeds and a midcentury alloy bell. The Kona Dr. Good ($789) comes equipped with an internally geared, seven-speed rear hub—and unlike the Dr. Bad model, it won't intentionally steer itself into colonies of roly-poly bugs.
BicycleSpace courts bicyclists with a smorgasbord of group rides, repair classes, and social events. Cyclers can break in their new set of wheels during a Nice 'N Easy ride, a casual cruise down the Metropolitan Branch Trail toward the Capitol that includes a jaunt through the National Mall to hit up the Lincoln Memorial for some arcade quarters. Afterward, bikers can plan a trip with their newfound two-wheeling friends to explore the paved Rock Creek trail, where sights such as the National Zoo, the Equestrian Center, and Beach Drive roll into view over handlebar horizons.
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459 I St. NW
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