The latest edition of the Century Cycles eNewsletter
made its way out to subscribers in the wee hours of this morning (those e-mail elves never sleep!). If you didn't get it, click here
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Our top story today is the official announcement of the Breaking Away with Masi Bicycles and Century Cycles Party!
Join us for this fun, FREE event at our Rocky River
store at 7:00pm on Friday, March 13, 2009! More details...
The time in the newsletter says 7pm... but you wrote 7:30... clarify...?ReplyDelete
Oops, my mistake. It is 7:00pm. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Just wanted to make sure so that I arrived before all the beer was gone... ;) I know how well cyclists and beer go together... I'm in a club of beer drinkers with a cycling problem.ReplyDelete
Would it be more fun if there was a CHARGE? What games do we play? Do we all get a new Masi?ReplyDelete
If you think it make it more fun, you are welcome to pay a cover charge! As for games, how about if put the new Masi that you buy on a trainer and have to maintain 20+ mph for twenty minutes for each beer that you want to drink...ReplyDelete
I'd do it. Just for experiment's purpose to see how many beers it takes for me to lose my cadence... ;)ReplyDelete
Those Masis look kind of sweet. I'm warming to them. But I'm going to have all sorts of questions about what kind of rides one would use a steel bike on... I mean, I thought the point was carbon-fiber and all that for getting as light as possible. Would having a steel-framed bike make it harder for me to climb up Ira Road? Everett? Oak Hill? (okay, who am I kidding, I've never climbed up Oak Hill...)
But these are important questions for a hiller like me. ;) This considered, the Giant Defy Alliance looks more attractive... *drool*
But I'll give Masi a chance to woo me. Not that I need another bike now. I'm always willing to ogle bikes, though.
I am sure the cover charge is collected by you. I only have 1 month to really get in shape. Truth be told, I hope there is a tall Masi there. 60cm deosn't sound tall enough.ReplyDelete
Mars Girl, they make Carbon bike also. Just open up the wallet.
"What kind of rides one would use a steel bike on...?" What a great question, and worthy of a blog post all its own. Stay tuned...ReplyDelete