What You'll Get
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 Bike to Nature in Lexington. Choose between the following options:
- For $21, you get a bike tune-up (a $42 value).
- For $75, you get $150 toward the purchase of a bike.
As a fully equipped cyclery, Bike to Nature outfits pedaling patrons of all ages with road, mountain, and commuting bikes, and keeps them cruising with maintenance services. Prepare bikes for intense alien rescue missions with a tune-up, in which a seasoned spokesman inspects cycles from headset to tubes. Necessary adjustments are made to the gears, and tires are filled with the correct amount of air to provide a smooth ride. Before withstanding test rides to ensure everything is in working order, bikes receive baths to maintain their frames' quality and self-confidence.
Bipeds looking to trade in their feet for another mode of transportation can choose from Bike to Nature's diverse selection of new and used bikes. The Specialized 29R ($599.99–$989.99) offers comfort and control both on and off the trail, and the swift and stealthy Allez ($879.99) helps frustrated coyotes chase down antagonizing roadrunners. A user-friendly design and a sturdy steel frame make bikes such as Giant's Boulder model ($339.99) versatile options for tackling the street, the trail, or the long and winding road that always dead ends at the same door.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 27, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Not valid for purchase of children's bikes. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Bike to Nature
When Bike to Nature's staffers pool together their roadside fixes and in-shop projects, it adds up to more than 40 years of collective experience. The shop recently relocated across the street from its previous location to a new facility that expands about 4,400 square feet, or twice the size of the former space. Here, the crew stocks a large inventory of new bikes and bike parts to meet any cycling need, whether bikers are interested in commuting, racing, or extraterrestrial advocacy. Biking apparel maximizes riders' sleek speed, and sports-nutrition products such as recovery sports drinks deliver electrolytes, muscle-soothing glutamine, and laboratory-synthesized adrenaline directly into biker's bodies.
Tune-ups and repair services range from quick fixes such as changing a tire to full-body customizations. Bike to Nature's technicians also help patrons learn to repair their own bikes using a precisely measured blend of elbow grease and magic words, and can reveal the best local spots for scenic rides.