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    New Yakkay helmets in stock!

    Last updated 5 years ago

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    At first they didn't sell.  Then it picked up. Then we couldn't keep them in stock. We decided to go big and bring in a truck load.  We have many different styles to choose from including the new multi colored helmets with matching straps. Of course you can put one of the many stylish covers on it, but they also look pretty cool without

    Orange & Black!

    Last updated 5 years ago

    Huge Congratulations to our San Francisco Giants! Once again the World Champions! We wanted to share our SF Giants inspired H3L Brompton! Orange and Black!

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    Great New Lights in stock

    Last updated 5 years ago

    Only a few more weeks until day light savings. For those of you that are planning on biking when its dark, don't forget that having a light is the LAW! The fine can be $75 if caught without..   We are well stocked on all kinds of cool new bicycle safety lights.  small lights, big lights, bright lights, extremely bright lights all good quality lights.  Many of the lights are USB rechargeable so you never have to worry about batteries.  If casting extremely bright light is your thing, you will love the rechargeable  CATEYE Nano Shot with 600 Lumens and hyper constant blinking function. The Knog Blinders are stylish, compact, easy to install or remove in a second.  While smaller in size, the Knog Blinders still pack a punch with 80 lumens and four different flashing modes.  You can check out our website or come visit us at our store www,astreetbikenameddesire.com

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    Bike Palo Alto Event THIS SUNDAY 10/7/2012

    Last updated 5 years ago

    Starting location
    El Carmelo elementary school 3024 Bryant Blvd. (at corner of Loma Verde)

    Time
    Sunday, October 7, 2012, 1:00PM until 4:00PM

    The Blurb
    Bike Palo Alto! is an afternoon of fun for all ages and a chance to discover Palo Alto’s great bike routes! Start at El Carmelo School (Bryant & Loma Verde). This year the event is partnering with the Mayor’s Challenge and the YMCA to offer more activities.

    Bike Palo Alto! is a free, family friendly event, no pre-registration necessary. Just bring your bike & helmet and be ready to lower your carbon footprint and have some fun! Event highlights:

    Get a great local bike map with the best bike routes from Palo Alto to Menlo Park!
    Check out one of Palo Alto's great bike routes and stop along the way for free ice cream and other treats!
    Participate in the new children’s activities on site sponsored by the YMCA!
    Learn how to fit your helmet so it is ready to protect you!
    Learn bike safety tips & about accessories to make your ride safer!
    Want to know the best bike route from your home to your favorite destination? Ask the Route Concierge!
    Bring your bike by for a free safety check and basic maintenance!
    Sign up for our free raffle for a chance to win a great prize!

    For more info go to: www.pagreenteams.org/bikepaloalto

    Bike Palo Alto - Seeks Volunteers!

    Last updated 5 years ago

    Bike Palo Alto - seeks volunteers!

    Dear Friends,

    A few neighbors in Palo Alto are organizing the 3rd annual Bike Palo Alto event and need help for a few hours with this citywide, green team event. The date is Sun, October 7 from 1-4 pm beginning at El Carmelo elementary school (3024 Bryant "Bike" Blvd) . In 2010 over 300 people attended, last year over 550 attended - their vision is to grow this event each year until the streets of Palo Alto are as full of cyclists as the streets of Amsterdam!

    What is Bike Palo Alto! ?
    A "treasure" hunt along Palo Alto's network of quieter streets, to help folks discover great routes for cycling all over town.

    Who should come?
    If you've ever thought of cycling to the grocery store, library or wanted to send a teen by bike to the orthodontist, had your eye on biking with small kids to the ice cream store, this is your event.

    How does it work?
    Sun., Oct. 7th from 1-4 at El Carmelo, cyclists will be given maps of Palo Alto's quiet yet efficient routes and can explore one or more of the routes, that afternoon, with treat stops along the way.

    Sample treat stops: Whole Foods, Sweet Shoppe,YMCA, Baylands.
    Additional services:  free bike check, individual route planning, helmet fitting, safety tips.

    Volunteer jobs:
    Welcome riders at the gate.
    Register riders, pass out maps.
    Pass out treats to riders at treat stops.
    Guide riders in making creative contributions to an eco-mural at Parks.
    Distribute flyers two weeks before the event.
    Setup or cleanup before/after

    Time required:
    Two to four hours on the 7th or two weeks before.  We'll train you.

    How to signup as a volunteer:
    Email Robyn Duby: bikepaloalto@gmail.com.  Please let her know if you would like to help with pre-event activities or day of activities.



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  • 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM Sunday
  • 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM Monday
  • 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM Tuesday
  • 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM Wednesday
  • 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM Thursday
  • 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM Friday
  • 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM Saturday


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