Hello from Century Cycles! We've had a small taste of Spring weather lately; let's hope it's here to stay soon!
Here's a glance at what is contained in this edition of the eNewsletter:
1. 15th Birthday Celebration and Sale 2. Previous Model Year Bike Clearance 3. We're Blogging 4. National Park Service Public Input Session 5. Bike Spotlight: Giant Anthem and Raleigh Coasting 6. Night Rides on the Towpath Schedule
We hope that you find the information in this and future editions of the eNewsletter useful.
1. 15th Birthday Celebration and Sale
This month marks Century Cycles' 15th Anniversary, and to celebrate, join us for our Birthday Party and Sale on Thursday, March 22 through Sunday, March 25. We will be offering discounts like you haven't seen since 1992, including:
- at least 10% off all bicycles - at least 20% off all parts and accessories - FREE Century Cycles t-shirt or socks ($10 value, while supplies last) with any purchase over $200 - amazing birthday deals on selected items from Adidas, Pearl Izumi, Serfas, CatEye, Blackburn, and more - industry representatives previewing new 2007 products - prize drawings
Speaking of sales, we have recently updated our list of previous model year bicycles that we are offering significant discounts on. Many previous closeouts have been reduced even further, and some new items have been added!
Check out the latest addition to our technological lineup: the Century Cycles Blog! This is the place where you can eavesdrop on the random thoughts and unofficial news from the people inside Century Cycles. And, you can weigh in with your own comments!
The National Park Service is holding a series of public listening sessions at selected parks as a part of its Centennial Challenge. The Challenge is to learn how the park could sharpen its focus and priorities to best serve the public in the coming century.
The listening session for the Cuyahoga Valley National Park is tentatively scheduled for Monday, March 26, 2007 from 5-8pm at the Happy Days Visitors Center on Rt. 303 near Peninsula. This meeting is open to all groups, so your presence as a cyclist will make a difference!
The Cleveland Area Mountain Bike Association (CAMBA) has an article on their web site with more useful information and suggestions for those who attend this session. See this article at:
Speaking of CAMBA, if you are intested in helping the Northeastern Ohio mountain biking scene in additional ways, join CAMBA for one of their trail-building sessions. No experiece is necessary; all the required tools (plus a free lunch) are provided by CAMBA. For more information and a schedule, see:
5. Bike Spotlight: Giant Anthem and Raleigh Coasting
With the new season upon us, we've got plenty of the latest 2007 models in stock from all of our favorite brands. Here two that we are particularly excited about:
Giant Anthem 2 - You're a serious mountain biker, and you want a serious bike to give you every advantage between the start and finish line, as well as hammering the local trails with your buddies. The Giant Anthem 2 gives you race-proven technology with no compromises. Giant's proprietary Maestro rear suspension system give you 3.5 inches of plush yet efficient travel. The Shimano Deore 27-speed drive train provides crisp shifting, and the Avid Juicy Three hydraulic disc brakes provide sure stopping power. See the full specifications at:
Raleigh Coasting - You like riding around the neighborhood or local bike path with the kids, and the only time you race is to be first in line when the coffee shop opens. The Raleigh Coasting has a three-speed microprocessor-controlled drive train, but you don't need to know about that. All you need to know is that you pedal forward to go, pedal backwards to stop. All of the hassle-free convenience you need, none of the gizmos that you don't need. Available in Men's and Women's models for $449.99. Stop in for a test ride today! See more info at:
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