Where are your legs going to take you?
As you plan your rides for 2020, what is it that you are most excited about and what are you most unsure of? Did you learn something about your bike or yourself last year that you are hoping to improve upon?

Sometimes "what's next" is just riding wherever the wind takes you. Shane says it well: "We all have different experiences out riding and the way we generally all end up at the same destination--which I would describe as pure bliss or happiness--is the best part of sharing stories.  I love hearing about customers travels and what they have learned along the way. I myself have changed lifestyles just from the experiences that I have had and what I have learned from." 

Plan. Reflect. And come chat with us! Stop by for coffee, tea, and a honey stinger waffle. Let's swap stories and dream and scheme together.
Fit Matters Most
Dad's new Checkpoint
Megan here! - My dad decided to buy a bicycle for himself for Christmas. He couldn't decide between two bike sizes. I talked him into a Bicycle Doctor fit with Kyle and Maciej before making the final decision on his Checkpoint.

Now a proud owner of the perfect Checkpoint SL 7, he called up his Ironman training buddy, Vance, in Phoenix and convinced him to get a fit for his triathlon bike.

Vance went in for the fit at his local Trek store... and came home with a Project One bike. Turns out, the bike Vance had been training and racing on was much too small. Added bonus: Project One bikes also come in your favorite college football team's colors. In Vance's case, that would be Ohio State. That got everyone who knows Vance laughing. (He and my dad have a Wisconsin - Ohio State rivalry going).

Vance and my dad were as excited as kids over Christmas this year. Back at the Bicycle Doctor, I asked Kyle "beyond custom paint, what's so cool about Project One?"
Project One build
The Ohio State Bike
His answer - "To begin, you don't have to buy anything twice. From a fit standpoint, you're not going to need a different stem, handlebar, seatpost, or saddle after the bike is assembled. It ships with the correct size of components based on the complimentary fit we offer with all Project One orders.

Next, you have the opportunity to upgrade it before you buy it, so you're not stuck with an extra set of wheels. The cost of adding better wheels is lower through Project One because you aren't paying for an original equipment wheelset. You can add and subtract from your overall cost based on your choices - see the sample screen shot below."

Save money where it makes sense to you and upgrade where it matters. Instead of that long list of improvements to-be-saved for a later date, get the perfect bike right out of the box. Oh...and save $500 this month. Project One IS COOL!

Project One Deal: J ust visit us before the end of the month and build your Project One bike. We’ll cover $500 of the total cost. Sale prices available at participating retailers only January 2 – 31. Project One bike must be ordered during sale period, excludes framesets, electric bikes and Supercaliber. Not valid on prior purchases. No cash or gift card value. Products vary by location.
Here's a sneak peak - new bikes our employees will be riding this year! Stay tuned for more!
Lindsey's Orbea
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