What You'll Get
Bicycles support a healthy lifestyle, keep the environment clean, and, when decorated as horses, gain their riders access to exclusive centaur nightclubs. Keep horseless horses in top shape with today's Groupon: for $40, you get a basic bike tune-up and wash at Breaking Away Bicycles in Ross (an $85 value).
During the basic tune-up, repair technicians align and refine weary two wheelers of all kinds, including road bikes, mountain bikes, and children's bikes, in Breaking Away Bicycles' full-service shop. The seasoned gear gurus, also knowledgable about Shimano DI2 bikes, begin by truing each wheel to keep it centered and spinning smoothly before adjusting brakes and derailleur-chain mechanisms. Next, an expert eye inspects all bolts, brake pads, forks, and shocks, and the repair respite culminates as a lube is applied to cables and a sudsy cleansing purifies bikes of any road debris or evidence of vehicular deerslaughter, leaving riders with a comfortable, safe, and gleaming ride. Groupon holders also receive 15% off the purchase of any gear, apparel, or other merchandise on the day of their repair.
About Breaking Away Bicycles
At Breaking Away Bicycles, cycling enthusiasts and mechanics facilitate two-wheeled joyrides with a full line of bikes and accessories, repair services, and custom bike fittings. Apparel from brands such as Hincapie, Louis Garneau, and Castelli prepares cyclists for safe road riding and off-road jaunts through nature. In the repair shop, mechanics service bicycles of all makes and models, inspecting shocks and custom-fitting bikes to conform to the needs of riders or earth-dwelling former mermaids. For those in search of a new ride, Breaking Away Bicycle rents out mountain bikes and sells cycles from brands such as Ellsworth, Raliegh, Blue and KHS.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 11, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. In-store only. Appointment required by phone. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.