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What You'll Get
Without bicycles, people would be forced to travel by outdated modes of transportation, such as mechanical bulls, horse-drawn shopping carts, and walking. Commute conveniently instead with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get a bicycle tune-up (a $60 value) at Revolution Cycles. Revolution Cycles specializes in the upkeep of two-wheeled vehicles utilized by urban commuters and urbane wheelie-poppers alike. Each tune-up includes a brake adjustment, gear adjustment, wheel truing, tire inflation, component tightening, and removal of post-collision mailbox bits. Additionally, the cables and drivetrain are lubed, bikes are cleaned, and a list of recommended replacement parts is provided (available for an additional charge). Owner Jared Cavileer oversees a compact crew of wheel whisperers and gearshift gurus that’s skilled at restoring each bike’s balance to that of a naturally asphalt-conquering, pedal-propelled pavement pony. Head to Revolution Cycles for thorough tune-ups that spiff up cycles while picking embarrassing spinach pieces out of their toothy sprockets.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 19, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Subject to availability. In-store only. Appointment required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Revolution Cycles
Owner Jared Cavileer and his crew roll a cherry-red Leader 722TS outside the shop, lean it against a brick pillar, and snap a picture. The keepsake signals the end of another bike restoration, but serves as a tangible memento for another job well done. Technicians repeat this process every day at Revolution Cycles, where their bike tune-ups help to keep two-wheelers from being ridden by the Grim Reaper. Their shop's exposed-brick walls backdrop a selection of stylish parts and accessories, including Gorilla frames, Soma Major Taylor track bars, and Brooks saddles and cycling bags.