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Chillysbicycleshop.com

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Hello all! This page will not be updated much nor even existing too much longer. This URL will soon direct to my on-line bike shop where you’ll be able to buy lots of great touring gear and sundries for daily riding. Wooo-haaa! Another way to support your local, bootstrapping, small biz owner!

Please check out the Chilly’s Bicycle Shop Facebook Page for daily updates on the shop and riding bicycles in general. “Like” the page while you’re there as well!

iLoveridingBicycles.com will continue to be heart of my bicycle endeavors and a chronicle of bicycle adventures using the great products that I sell. Please bookmark, share and check back often or go for a long ride and read one of the longer trip reports!

Thank you again for your help and support. I am happy to have created a good life centered around riding, fixing and promoting bicycles!

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Inside the shop. Repairs and sundries for all bicycles and riders! I also hand build bomber touring wheels!

 

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Arkel makes really, really good stuff! Their Handlebar Bags and waterproof  Dolphin series of bags have carried my gear on several tours for months at a time. I have fronts and rears in stock as well as a set of their less featured and lower priced Orca line. Stop in!

 

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I stand by and know my products well! It’s not just a shop, it’s my life! This was from my Seattle to Santa Cruz tour in 2012!

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Chilly’s closed due to tropical bicycle touring! 3/13-3/20!

10402375_722178891231030_1055200510353893459_nChilly’s Bicycle Shop will be closed March 13-20th while I enjoy my birthday bicycle touring through some tropical hills a little south of here. I’ll post some trip reports and stories on iLoveridingBicycles.com and a piece in The Blue Paper. Maybe even video! Happy St. Patricks Day to all! Viva Viñales!

Panniers for any occassion!

imagePanniers, pan ears, paninis or saddlebags….by any name or pronunciation, they are super helpful. Chilly’s wall is full of options in stock and ready to travel to the local grocery store or across the globe! And even more options to special order!

The Arkel Dolphins and the lightweight Orcas are both fully waterproof and come in two sizes. They both feature the awesome Arkel cam technology to really secure the panniers to your rack. I have personally ridden over 4,500 miles with my full set of Dolphins and they have been great and are ready for far more adventures! I also have the Arkel handlebar bags in stock. They are simply the best. Google these great products and then buy them locally!

The online market will be up and riding in April and we’ll be happy to securely take your credit card over the interwebs and ship to where ever you are! If you are on the island then stop in at 122 Ann Street in the heart of Downtown!

imageThese Banjo Brothers Grocery Panniers are great for shopping and running errands. They fold up easily like the red one and carry a lot when opened like the black one. They retail for $40 each. Stop driving! Stop riding with plastic bags on your handlebars!

imageMy March Bike Month special is two grocery panniers and a Planet Bike ECO rack for $100 installed for bicycles ready to go.  Missing mounts or braze-ons? We have special hardware to fit most bikes! Come holla at Chilly!

Chilly’s Bicycle Shop
122 Ann Street
wed-sat 9-3
closed Mon and Tue to enjoy riding and sleeping

Biz card draft #1

ChillysBizCard1flatWorking with a mouse can be really difficult sometimes. I’ve written “Chilly” for years but have never needed to write it with a mouse in Photoshop. And from the looks of it, I will need to draw it with a mouse a few dozen more times to make it look right. Rebuilding wheels is soooo much easier than this interweb stuff,  your hands just get a little more greasy. But as the staff graphic designer, I will DiY this proper with a little more time.

On the Road!

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Currently riding from Glacier National Park to Seattle to San Francisco! Follow along at Chilly and Kerry’s Great Big Bicycle Adventure.