SundayNov. 285:00pm3601 W. ArmitageFREE but you should bring about $20 to spend on food.A bag would also be a good idea.And a lock.For those who have never done this or never heard of this race it is a fun, food-donation based race. All food collected goes to help those in need.See More
"I'm also kicking around the idea of "winter hours". I was considering having an entire day that I would be closed (probably Tuesday). I do agree that later hours of operation are a necessity.. heck, I just sold 2 bikes 5 minutes ago…"
"Yeah, that's my problem with most shops, not being open past 5 p.m. on winter evenings. I can understand if they don't want to be open late every night. Being open 'til 8 p.m. on 1 or 2 nights per week would be great.
"In regards to morning commuters, my thought was the most people would wait until after work to have a repair done.
When I say "by appointment" I do not mean that you have to call and schedule something, my idea was just that the store…"
"Since I have to be at work at 8 am (prior to most shops opening) if something comes up on my commute that I can't fix myself, I either put my bike on a bus or lock it up in place and come back after work, since it would take longer to fix…"
"Who rides in the winter? Commuters. When I need something wrenched on quickly to get to work, I'll be angry that you aren't open at 8am. This doesn't have to be full staff, just one person to do quick things. If a repair is more than…"
"What would people prefer or believe to be the best hours for a bike shop during the winter? Morning, midday, evening?
My current thought is 8am-12pm by appointment, 12pm-8pm open, and 8pm-10pm by appointment."