Monday, February 8, 2010

Thursday Night Clinics

Our clinics will begin with the basics of road side repairs. The first class will cover bicycle anatomy 101 and typical road/off-road repairs you can perform on the fly and impress all your friends. Next, we move on to basic bicycle maintenance and "my bike makes a creaky-sound" diagnosis. From there I like to leave things open. In the past we have had clinics on wheel building, bike fitting, nutrition, coaching, competitive riding and Off-road skills. It's all up to you so, let's begin!

Clinic One March 25th at 6:00 p.m.
Clinic Two April 1st at 6:00 p.m.
Clinic Three April 8th at 6:00 p.m.

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Sunday, February 7, 2010

February Brings in a New Band of 2010 Bikes!

We are busy building your next bike. On your next visit take a moment to preview our new inventory for twenty-ten. We just received shipments from Wilier, Colnago, Bianchi, Scott, Marin, Rocky Mountain and Felt. If you're tired of riding in the rain.... the shop is always dry and the bikes are always clean.

Looking for a deal on a frame set? The dust is settling after our expansion and guess what we found? We are closing out some great frames, many of them below our cost. Come check it out!

Pegasus Crew Members Ride in Marin

Pegasus Bicycle Works has "team members" all over CA, and probably beyond. Today Chris and Darrin came out to Marin County to ride with me, BlogginGoggin. If you become a follower of this site, we make sure that you know about these outrageously fun rides.

The day was amazing and the riding was impeccable. We did all of the usual suspects in terms of the fire roads on Mount Tamalpais. We rode on Railroad Grade, Eldridge Grade, Indian Fire Road, and Blithedale Ridge. It was a lot of climbing, and then there were also a lot of miles were laid down today.

At the end there was a treat that was provided by BlogginGoggin. I promised Chris and Darrin that I'd show them some really great legal single track, but that they'd need to do at least another 1,000 ft of climbing. They were down with that! So off we went. We reached the entrance to the single track and we dove in with gusto. The trails are perfect right now, and I always ride the ones that drain well after storms. We rolled and swooped along the narrow and obstacle ridden trail until we reached the road below. I think that they enjoyed that! Thanks for coming out to Marin guys, it was a hoot!