September Update



Dispatches from The Daily Rider

Yuba Mundo Package Special $1,899

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Cargo curious, but also looking for a good deal? We’ve been fostering this last remaining Yuba Mundo Cr-Mo for a while, but its really time to find a forever home. To make this transition from our shop to your family easier, we’re adding some great add-ons that will make it painless.

A cargo bike isn’t really much of a cargo bike without some accessories, so we’re including several of our favorites to make your bike useful from day one.

We’ll start off with the Monkey Bars. If you’re looking to keep your passengers safe and seated, this part is essential. We’re also adding some Soft Spots to keep them comfortable.

Speaking of safe and secure, we’re adding a Pin Lock so your bike doesn’t roll away without you (we suggest adding a chain or U-lock of your choice as well).

To cap it all off, this package includes the upgraded Stand Together kickstand, offering some stability in an unstable world.


Purchased separately this would be nearly $2,500 worth of bike and accessories.

Full Package: $1,899. No substitutions, please.

Fuji Absolute Sale

Thinking of getting a new Fuji Absolute?

2018 Fuji Absolute

Fuji Absolute 1.7

Was: $699

Now: $599

We’re making it much easier to get one of the remaining 2018 Fuji Absolute hybrids by putting them all on sale from now until the first week of January 2019.

If you’re making fitness a resolution in 2019, this bike is perfect to keep you on track. Going to give bike commuting a try? We can guide you through how to best equip the Fuji Absolute with racks, locks, and panniers.

Stop by the shop at 600 H St. NE and take one for a test ride. Or give us a call at (202) 396-0704 to see if your size is in stock.

Brooks Saddle Sale

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The classic Brooks saddle is a gift for the cyclist on your list that has everything else.

Shown here: Swift (in brown): $190
Brooks Sale: $169

B17S (in black): $145
Brooks Sale: $119

B17 Women’s Standard (in Honey):$154
Brooks Sale: $129

Like a pair of handmade Italian shoes, the Brooks saddle is an investment in future happiness. People in the store often tap on them and immediately remark that they’re too hard. But after a few weeks of riding something wonderful happens and they become yours for a lifetime. Breaking in a Brooks B17 or Swift isn’t the easiest, but you’ll be rewarded with the legendary comfort that their seats are known for. Ideal for commuting, touring, or even road riding.

Brooks recently introduced a line of waterproof commuter bags. Their Strand Shoulder Bag makes for a comfortable and stylish weekday work carryall. The New Street briefcase takes inspiration from technical luggage but adds the functionality of a bike pannier. Clip this onto your rack for the commute and remove the attachment once arriving at your meeting. Padded interior pockets and reflective details add function and safety.

Brooks New Street briefcase on sale
New Street Briefcase: $200
Brooks Sale: $170

For the end of 2018, we’re placing our line of Brooks saddles and bags on sale for up to 25% off. Come into the shop and see how you can upgrade your bike with a legend.

Small Business Saturday Sale

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Save big on all Fuji bikes starting this Friday. Small Business Saturday starts early!
2018 Fuji Absolute

Was: $699

Now: $599

This Saturday, we’re celebrating Small Business Saturday along with our neighbors. Have a coffee at The Wydown, take a look at some books and gift ideas at Solid State Books (we hear there’s hot cider there), and then stop by for a test ride. 

We’re putting all of our winter gear on sale as well. So if you missed our “Wall of Warm” before the cold hit, you’re in luck. Hats, gloves, and Turtle Fur are all included.


Yeah, we’re putting lights on sale.

Never been done before. A lot of people don’t know that. 

Stand by for some specials on kids bikes coming up in the next week. 

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