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Archive for the month “December, 2011”

Christmas Bikes in San Antonio

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y9N0R7-XBLc

Christmas ships? Check out Christmas bikes in San Antonio! I’d love to see something like this in Seattle.

With Hanukah here, Christmas right around the corner, and 2012 hot on its heels, we wanted to take a moment to thank all of you for your continued support of Recycled Cycles. We truly value your business and welcome any suggestions you may have for us.

Also, a shout-out to all of our awesome employees who make it all possible. Thanks for working hard, working late, working on holidays – you guys (and gals) make good things happen around here!

Wishing everyone health and happiness in the coming year. Onward to 2012!

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How Bikes Can Save Us

Just had to share this awesome infographic I saw this morning:

Biking And Health
Created by: Healthcare Management Degree

Holiday Gift Idea: SmartWool Training Skull Cap

SmartWool products are a perennial favorite around here for a reason. This single-layer black wool skull cap fits nicely under a bike helmet to keep you warm and dry and the drop-ear headband covers your ears nicely. Made of  Merino wool, Nylon and a little bit of Elastyn for stretch.  One size fits most, so there’s no need to guess! $30

Holiday Gift Idea: MiNewt.350 Cordless

Weighing in at 190 grams, the Niterider MiNewt.350 Cordless lighting system is a great gift for the cable-averse cyclist. You’ll get all the features you love in the MiNewt Mini in a completely self-contained unit. Recharges via USB or outlet with a 2-10 hour run time (depending on brightness). At 350 lumens, this super-bright cordless light is perfect for biking the Burke-Gilman after the sun goes down – or on days when it feels like the sun never came up. $110

Pedro’s ICM Multitool

Don’t get caught trailside without this 17-function multitool. Includes 7 sizes of Allen keys, Mavic M7 spoke wrench and two traditional spoke wrenches (3.2 and 3.5mm), chain tool, flat-head and Phillips-head screwdrivers, two tire levers, and a T25 Torx tool. Oh, and of course, a bottle opener. Really, could there be a better stocking stuffer for the cyclist in your life? $30

 

Holiday Gift Idea: Knog N.E.R.D. Computer

This little guy has everything you need in a bicycle computer. Measures current speed, trip distance, average speed, max speed, relative speed and total riding time – plus it has auto scan, an odometer and a clock. Comes in a variety of colors and is easy to install on your bike – no Christmas morning wrestling with instruction booklets and missing parts. Oh, and did we mention it’s 100% waterproof? Yeah. That too.
$60

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