What You'll Get
A bicycle balances on two wheels, a unicycle balances on one wheel, and the life cycle balances on the whims of a stork. Get into rhythm with today’s Groupon: for $24, you get a full bike tune-up at Cyclepath (a $54.95 value). Tune-ups include the following:
- Adjustment of shifting systems
- Adjustment of braking systems
- Adjustment of all bearing assemblies
- Wheel truing
- Basic cleaning<p>
Cyclepath employs a team of professionally trained bike wizards to restore two-wheeled trolleys to their original glory. A certified staff member begins with a complimentary consultation to look over bikes and evaluate the best course of action for maintenance. Skilled hands modify gears for smooth sailing, adjust brakes for sudden halting, and amend axel cones in lieu of adding spinning rims. A wheel truing service levels out mid-ride wobbles. After tweaking the headset and bottom bracket, a cycle savant wipes down the entire frame, cleansing it of dirt and debris from travelling circuses. Each of Cyclepath’s bike gurus participates in training sessions with factory service techs to keep up-to-date on all cycle models and maintenance procedures.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 28, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Appointment required. Not valid for parts. Valid only at listed location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Since 1994, the bike enthusiasts at Cyclepath have delivered prompt service and knowledgeable advice alongside an extensive inventory of bicycles and parts from top industry brands. Patrons can peruse the racks of bikes by Norco and Devinci or check out the lineup of parts and accessories by Shimano, Axiom, and Topeak. Cyclists in need of service and repairs can employ the expertise of the in-house mechanics. These cycling savants provide owners with a free estimate and a full run-down of the work that’s needed, ensuring that customers can stay within their budget or realize that it might be time to trade in for a penny-farthing, which costs a penny.