Friday, April 30, 2010
The Ayr Hill Garden Club will hold their Plant Sale on Saturday, May 8th. It is a wonderful opportunity for you to purchase local plants. We have a suggestion for you. You need to get there early. Saturday mornings are the Vienna Farmers Market in that same area. We set out the bike racks for the Farmers Market and we'll provide bike racks for the Plant Sale. So riding your bike is a good thing. If you must drive then come park in our lot and walk or ride your bike the block and a half to the activities.
How about coming to see us this weekend to buy a basket or pannier so you are ready for this season of Farmers Markets?
Monday, April 12, 2010
You can read a review about the Rover at bentRider on line. Just click on 'BentRider
bikes@vienna has Rovers on order. The last report was that the trikes would arrive in mid May.
Posted by John Brunow at 9:14 AM
Sunday, April 11, 2010
recumbent. He contacted the folks at Alaska Leather and they custom
produced a sheepskin seat cover. Actually they produced a couple.
Dave sent me one and so I'm mugging with it. soooooofffffffffttttt.
Posted by John Brunow at 10:47 AM
Wednesday, April 07, 2010
The Brompton compact fold and the rear suspension on the Brompton bikes makes it a good choice for folks living in Georgetown. The bike will fit in the back of a vehicle, in a closet, or behind the couch for storage. It can be used as a cart for shopping trips to the grocery as our own Tim Fricker does when he goes to Whole Foods. It is quick and makes trips to Metro stations at Foggy Bottom or Rosslyn easier. Why hail a cab when you can zip across town on your bike?
We've been spacing our orders of Bromptons to have "fresh" models for you to consider. Come see us. If you're coming from Georgetown ride Metro to Vienna Station. Use your cell phone to call us when you reach East Falls Church and we'll pick you up Thursdays through Monday.
Posted by John Brunow at 9:28 AM
Saturday, April 03, 2010
The New York Times on March 31 published an article on a study being done with Parkinsons patients and cycling. It is worth reading. Please go to: http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/01/health/01parkinsons.html
Posted by John Brunow at 9:35 AM