Without a properly outfitted and smoothly functioning bicycle, cyclists are unable to balance glasses of champagne on their feet while pedaling, ruining potential romantic rendezvous with other two-wheeled travelers. Pedal toward happiness with today's Groupon to Atlanta Trek at either the McDonough or Peachtree City locations. Choose between the following options:
- For $25, you get $50 worth of merchandise.
- For $30, you get a bike tune-up (up to a $75 value).
Atlanta Trek is stocked to the spokes with a wide range of bicycles and accessories designed for all age groups and riding styles. Crag climbers and road warriors alike can seek tips from the expert staff to match rides up with their ideal gear. Sweat-wicking jerseys for men and women, such as the Sugoi Neo jersey ($54.99), keep peddlers comfortable and dry and sport three back pockets for storing extra water bottles and abandoned baby squirrels, and padded Sugoi Neo Pro shorts ($49.99) keep bottom halves chaff free during long rides with seamless molded construction.
Safeguard little tykes on their trikes with a colorful, durable, and adjustable-size helmet ($39.99) designed specifically for young noggins. Higher-tech head gear, such as the Bontrager Solstice ($44.99) for grownups, preserves powerful brains and perfect hairlines. A full array of saddles, lights, bike parts, pedals, and more can get you ready for your next race, casual outing, or weekday commute.
Since bikes can't eat apples and are notoriously bad at yoga, regular bike tune-ups are needed to keep them healthy and strong. Experienced biwheel mechanics adjust eccentric brakes, gears, and derailleurs, and true the wheels to ensure a smooth, honest ride. A full cleaning and degreasing leaves your beloved bike as pretty as a picture of a new bike. Once your tires' egos are filled with hot air and a safely inspection clears your bike for takeoff, you and your ride are ready to scoff at sidewalks as you become masters of the bike lane. Call ahead to make an appointment, or simply pop in for a consultation with a spoke doctor.