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What You'll Get
Before wintertime hibernation, bicycles forage and fill their inner tubes with enough sustenance to feed training-wheeled cubs come spring, a noble act that often leads to serious exhaustion. Help spin the spokes of life with today's Groupon: for $25, choose from either a full bike tune-up (a $59.95 value) or $59.95 worth of retail items at Main Street Bikes, located in Shelbyville. Possessing the appropriate levels of elbow, chain, and brain grease, Main Street Bikes’ skilled bike mechanics tune up all manners of two-wheelers and restore them to their original metal splendor. Hubs, headset, and bottom brackets are adjusted; bolts are tightened; and the chain, cables, tires, and grips are checked for wear and swept clean of badger infestations. Afterward, your velocipede's moving parts and drive train will be lubed for a squeaky-clean finish, ensuring a smooth and safe ride. Main Street Bikes also stocks top-of-the-line bikes and a large line of accessories that can speed up pavement-shredding rides. Cyclists, meanwhile, can outfit themselves with sunglasses, bags, and breathable riding gloves.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 24, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per order, 2 per order of $500 or more. In-store only. Not valid on replacement parts. Must use in 1 visit, no cash back. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Main Street Bikes
Main Street Bikes serves as point of connection for first time and experienced bikers. Customers amble through an exhaustive collection of new and used road cycles from Raleigh, BH, Fuji, and Campagnolo or load up on accessories such as racks, saddle bags, tires, and race clothing. In the shop, a percussive chorus of tools fills the air as mechanics true wheels, install new parts, and pull brake lines tight. The crew also prepares cyclist for upcoming road races with a program of training workouts and hot tips about which rider is actually a Corvette covered by a tarp.