Bikes require little more than care, attention, and occasional performance enhancements, in return for attempting greasy cuddles and diligently rescuing paper boys from mutinous newspapers. Give back to humankind's wheeled companions with today's Groupon to Cycle Cambridge in Cambridge. Choose between the following options:
- For $50, you get $100 worth of bicycles, gear, apparel, and accessories.
- For $45, you get a Pitstop Deluxe tune-up package (an $89.98 value).
Cycle Cambridge's staff outfits riders of all experience levels with quality bicycles and equipment, while also offering hard-to-find services and expert fitness coaching. Mechanics calm road-wrought cycles with a Pitstop Deluxe tune-up, surgically tuning brakes and gears to proper dime-crushing accuracy while adjusting wheels, headsets, and bottom bracket bearings. Wiping frames and components to a head-turning shine, bike-savvy staff then sloughs off excess grease from chains and cogs before newly lubricating each link and cable. After reinflating exhausted tires and tightening nuts and bolts, mechanics scrutinize vehicles to unearth general wear, damage, and pro-unicycle graffiti.
Cycle Cambridge's selection of gear enables riders to guard heads and vulnerable cantaloupe passengers with the proper helmet (starting at $40), outfit smaller cycling partners with junior bikes (starting at $139), and add to their own two-wheeled stable with adult bikes from brands such as Scott, Argon 18, and Fuji (starting at $350). Customers protect midride bodies with Gore biking apparel, Hoss MTB clothing, and Carnac cycling shoes and renegotiate bike-bottom relations with Selle Royal comfort saddles ($59.98). In addition to handcrafting custom bikes and wheels, disciplined staff gives highlight-reel-quality training to cyclists and triathletes. Cycle Cambridge also offers custom fitting and a lifetime warranty with new bike purchases.
Braun's is Bicycles
Braun’s is Bicycles stocks its three stores with a plethora of bikes and bike-related gear, supplying cyclists with new chains, mountain bikes, and high-quality helmets. But the establishment isn’t just focused on selling merchandise. The 88-year-old business regularly sponsors local charities in the community, from family-friendly carnivals to bike rides to raise funds for neighbors in need.