Most people might know Industry Nine by its wheel’s signature buzz, and while the internals that create the noise are impressive, the process and community behind the entire wheel itself is equally remarkable. Since the company’s first wheels hit the ground in 2004, it has been continually innovating every process involved, be it at the drawing board, in machine shop or on the assembly line. Get a glimpse of the process—from lathing to lacing—in this episode of Made With Love.
Manufacturing—most people don’t think of it as glamorous, but there is an allure to it that inspires and drives creation. The process and production behind modern mountain bikes and their associated products is an art form in itself, one that captivates both bike nerds and bike jocks alike. Made With Love is a series designed to capture the literal nuts and bolts upon which our sport is built: The components and people that bring bikes from the assembly line to trail.
Summer Super Sale This Friday and Saturday. Celebrating 27 Years!
Help us celebrate our 27th year in business! This Friday and Saturday save up to 30% OFF selected bikes and 20% OFF everything else in the store. If we do not have the item in stock we will still offer 10% OFF.
Just a sample of what is on sale!
Trek Silque 47 Was 2000 / Now 1400
Trek Lexa SL 54 Was 1199 / Now 825
Trek Neko SLX 18 Was 880 / Now 600
Specialized Ariel Disc S Was 600 / Now 420
Specialized Vita XS Was 520 / Now 350
Trek Emonda S 6 58 Was 2630 / Now 1825
Trek Domane 4.1 54/58 Was 2000 / Now 1400
Trek Domane 4.5 54 Was 2500 / Now 1750
Specialized SJ Expert Carbon L Was 5000 / Now 3500
Specialzied SJ Comp Carbon L Was 4000 / Now 2800
Specialized SJ Comp M/L/XL Was 2900 / Now 2000
Trek Farley 7 19.5 Was 2400 / Now 1675
Trek Fuel EX 8 Plus 18.5 Was 3300 / Now 2300
Specialized Turbo L Was 2500 / Now 1800
Trek Marlin 5 13.5 Was 500 / Now 350
Do you still need to get a gift for that special lady in your life? All women’s bikes and accessories are 20% today and tomorrow
Have you ever skipped out on a group ride just because you’re uncomfortable with other riders around you?
We will have two different shop rides going out tomorrow.
The women’s ride at at 9, if is not raining. Thora will be leading this first one and is planning on around 20 miles.
There will also be a men’s ride leaving at 8 with an average speed of 16-18 and will be around 30-35 miles.
Emakumeen Bira 2016 Stage 4 – A 76 km road stage starting and finishing in Portugalete, Spain on 17th April 2016.
Hello Ladies #2,
The ride will leave the shop at 9:00. Please park in the Edward Jones parking lot across the street. I will begin the ride with a brief explanation of the loop, etc. Kent will be taking a group photo to post on the shop website. Wear your shop jersey if you have one! We will do a 20 mile easy ride to see how that feels.
See you on Saturday for our first *GB&FLR*!! ☺
20 mile Loop Directions:
We’ll head to East Confederate, L on Baltimore Pike, R on Blacksmith Shop, Straight on Hospital, L on Sachs, R on White Church, R Barlow Two Taverns, R Taneytown, L Barlow, R Chapel, R Marsh Creek, R Steinwehr, L Cunningham, R Shriver, R Red Rock…From here we can decide to head back to the shop or extend the loop a bit.
Wear your support for your favorite shop with our new fitted Flexfit Gettysburg Bicycle hats. We also got in snapback hats and some clothing from Yeti Cycles…YES PLEASE!
Gettysburg Bicycle and Fitness is hosting a women’s group ride slated to start on Saturday May 6th. I’m wondering if you’d be interested. I was thinking a 25 mile loop (more or less), riding at a moderate pace of 14-16mph (more or less). Please reply to me ASAP if you are interested! Also include your time preference, would you like to ride at 8:00 or 9:00? Parking will have to be in the Edward Jones lot across the street from the bike shop. Happy Pedaling!
Thora Westre-Stith ☺
Greetings Michaux Racing Enthusiasts,
Over the span of 21 years and 54 events it has always been our goal to promote grass roots events that epitomize challenge, enjoyment, organization and most of all rider safety (as much as Michaux can be considered safe – think floods, rattlesnakes, hurricanes, hail, snow, wind, torrential rain, rocks, thunderstorms, ground swarms, and now fires). After much deliberation, due to logistical and safety concerns, I have made the decision to postpone Maximus to a future date.
We are currently working with Forestry to determine a reschedule date, which is tentatively set for June 11th. We will automatically roll your race entry forward to the new date. If the new date will not work for you we will either transfer your entry to The Curse of Dark Hollow on July 16th, The Terror of Teaberry on September 10th, or issue a refund of your race registration fee.
Of course, we will communicate new developments to you as soon as they become available.
I sincerely apologize for the inconvenience and, as always, I thank you for your support.
If you have any additional questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Rich Winkelmann – Race Director