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Memorial Day Hours

We are open 9:30 to 6:00 on Memorial Day, Monday May 28th.

Camino Real Ride June 2nd

Celebrate the opening of the new Camino Real Trail Saturday June 2nd. We will meet at Constellation Drive and the River Trail to ride out to Dead Dog well. The first half is pavement, then dirt to Dead Dog. We will meet at 10am, the celebration will be at 11:30, then options to ride back to town or back to Constellation Drive. Organized by Santa Fe Conservation Trust, sfct.org.

Bike Maintenance Class

Bike Santa Fe will be having bike maintenance classes here at the shop starting Tuesday May 15th.
The schedule will be:
Tuesday 5/15: Flat tire prevention and repair
Tuesday 5/22: Shifters and derailleurs
Tuesday 5/29: Brakes
Tuesday 6/5: Drivetrains and bearings

Classes will be 6:30 to 8:00pm
Cost is $10 per class, or $30 for all four
Limit of 10
Sign up by emailing bikesantafe@gmail.com

Cycling makes you younger!

Or at least make your heart effectively younger. According to cardiologist Dr Ben Levine, regular aerobic exercise like cycling can make the heart of a 50 year old like that of a 35 year old. Read the article here: https://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2018/03/12/591513777/hearts-ge....

Now Open Sunday

Starting March 18th, we will be open 12 to 5 on Sundays.

2018 Bike Map is out

The new bike map is now available. We have plenty at the shop, come on by and get one.

All Raleigh Bikes on Sale!

All Raleigh bikes (except E-bikes) are now on sale. Some examples:
Raleigh Talus 1 was $329.99, now $249.99
Raleigh Detour 1 was $329.99 now $249.99
Raleigh Venture 4 was $449.99 now $349.99
Raleigh Willard 2 was $1750, now $1399.99
Raleigh Alysa 1. was $359.99, now $299.99
Raleigh Lily 20 was $279.99, now $199.99
And many more. Not all sizes available in all bikes. Offer good while supplies last.

More on the Underpass

The new underpass connects the Railyard to the Acequia trail, going through the West Railyard, the Baca Street area, Ashbaugh Park, The new location of the Madela School, and ending in the Ottowi/Osage neighborhood. Long term plans are to make a connection from Maez Road to Rufina Street, which is a good bicycle road out to the South Meadows in the southwest part of town.

Acequia Underpass now open

The long awaited underpass is finally done. It connects the Acequia Trail dehind the NM Schoof of the Deaf to the Railyard.

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