Have you heard about the new Dietary Guidelines for Americans?
It recommends 60 to 90 minutes of physical activity a day — the perfect interval
for a healthy and fun ride!
Tri Sport Bicycles has the largest selection of stylish, premium quality,
and technologically advanced electric bikes and scooters. From entry-level eZip
eBikes to performance IZIP eBikes, and now top of the line eFlow and Haibike eBikes,
you are sure to find the perfect electric bike just for you.
Go electric for cost-effective
and eco-friendly transportation, while having fun and staying healthy.
Come test ride one of the bikes today!
For more information about Currie Tech electric bikes,
visit www.currietech.com or facebook.com/currietech
or give us a call at (559)433-3700. Currie Tech is paving the way towards a greener future by getting people
back on bikes! Now offering four lines of electric bikes, Haibike eBikes, eFlow
eBikes, and IZIP eBikes, there is a bike to meet every individual's wants and needs.
Both experienced and novice riders will reap the benefits of riding an electric
bike – ride for recreation, commuting, reliable transportation, to save money, time,
and the planet, to run errands, and just plain fun. Go electric and we guarantee
you'll arrive at your destination feeling great and with a huge smile. http://www.currietech.com/izip-electric-bikes/
Intense Cycles: True Passion!
Intense passion. Intense drive. Intense Cycles! Every frame is handcrafted
in California with the precision and excellence only true artisans can apply, and
every mountain biker secretly craves. Stop by our shop soon and become one of the
lucky riders enjoying an Intense bicycle!
Carry It With Yakima!
You have the toys and Yakima has the racks to get you to every ride in style. Whether
you drive a truck, car, SUV, jeep or buggy we have a Yakima rack that'll carry all
your gear safely, securely and stylishly. Stop by and talk to one of our Yakxperts,
and we'll rack you up!
Tri Sport's Tip of the Day
Bike Stolen? Get It Back! - If you're unlucky
enough to have a bike stolen, don't assume it's gone for good. As long as you can
identify the bike (you did record the serial number, didn't you?) and you're willing
to do a little leg work, there's a chance of recovery. Immediately prepare a flyer
with a photo and description of your bike. Include any details that make identification
easier such as special accessories or markings on the bike. Post these flyers on
telephone poles, on community bulletin boards, at colleges, by bus stops, in short,
everywhere and anywhere. Also, hand them to all your friends and let us know as
soon as possible so we can be on the alert, too (sometimes thieves think they can
sell stolen bikes to bike shops and we're always on the lookout). It may seem hopeless,
but you have a reasonable chance of getting the bike back if you act fast and don't
give up. Good luck!