Pegasus celebrates the Tour of California with activities all day!
Please join us Saturday, May 18th for a full day of cycling, food, music and fun. We will start our day with BMC and Argon 18 hosting a morning DEMO ride and a light post ride brunch. Representatives will be on hand to answer all your questions and get you set up on a demo bike.
Meet us at the shop at 8:00a.m. if you wish to try out a bike (bikes are limited so please call us and reserve a rig today!). We will roll-out at 8:30am and return by 10:30am. There will be great schwag and special incentive day-of pricing on all BMC and Argon 18 bikes.
If you can't make the demo-ride stop by afterwards and you will still have a chance to demo a bike and enjoy the festivities.
Planning to ride up to the stage? Let us be your staging area. We will have secure storage for your belongings and a place to fill bottles, change, perform any last minute adjustments and on your return, a place to wash-up and enjoy the evening.
The Mt. Diablo stage is scheduled for a mid-afternoon finish. Once you return from spectating, we will have a BBQ, BEER and a great BAND, blasting tunes into the evening. Bring your friends! Downtown Danville should be a blaze with activity after the race with an anticipated 15-20,000 hungry spectators!
Plan to stop by and help us celebrate the first ever mountain top finish for the TOC. It is considered the penultimate stage this year and should not disappoint! For those of you avoiding the mountain, we will be streaming the race on the big screen at the shop.
See you then!
(Keep checking back, we will be announcing local breweries that may be here sharing their fine Brew!)
Sunday, April 14, 2013
A Friday Ride. Typically Friday is my day-off. Since being a small business owner does not afford many days off, riding is rarely a part of the schedule. Luckily, on the Friday you see before you, a friend asked me on a ride and I took the invitation. A humid post spring rain roll out to Lafayette, via Reliez Valley road, is all anyone on two wheels needs for inspiration to get back on the bike in a committed fashion. The windy tromp up Upper Happy Valley road to the Bears then to Pig Farm, inspired many ideas and conversations with my ride conspirator. First, I need to this more often. Second, A "Fur-low" Friday Ride! Is anyone out there up for a regular Friday morning ride? LMK