Dispatches from The Daily Rider

August 2022 Update

COVID-19 Procedures

For the time being, we are not requiring masks inside the shop, but this is subject to change depending on public health mandates.

Repair Calendar

We’re booking about two weeks out for any tunes or larger repairs. We are reserving a few slots each weekday for small repairs. Please text or call for availability. Weekend days are fully reserved for walk-ins. If you have an urgent repair, let us know so we can prioritize getting you back on the road.

July/August 2022 Bike Stock

Bike inventories have begun to rebound, but while we might have more models in stock, certain sizes and colors may not be available. Our suppliers are filling backorders weekly with a much better selection than any time prior to 2020.

Looking for a budget-minded but fully functional e-bike? We just had the Gazelle T9 City arrive and are impressed with the price and performance combined into the complete package.


The HSD P9 is returning to the shop in limited numbers. Please get your name on our wait list or call to place a deposit so we can reserve one for you.

Tern redefined compact cargo with the GSD and delivered again with this bike. Sturdy, capable, and just the right size for apartment dwellers, the HSD shortens commutes and makes short work of most errand running. The Verge calls this a “solid workhorse” having one in our own household for over a year, we agree.


We’re probably burying the lead here, but one of the most impressive and economical e-bikes we have ridden is available earlier than expected! The new Tern Quick Haul has a ride quality that makes the bike disappear under you. The bike is cargo-capable while remaining extremely agile in the urban environment. Did we mention that the Quick Haul D8 comes in at $2,999? These won’t last long, and we’re receiving a limited allocation. Please call or email to place a deposit.




Several stepthrough Breezer Downtown EX models are in stock right now. These upright town bikes are well suited for utility or casual riding and come equipped with rack and fenders.





Fuji Feather


For people looking for one of the best production singlespeed bikes available, the Fuji Feather is back in the shop after a nearly three year absence. The simplicity of the build and styling make this bike an instant classic. Available in red.






The road disappears and terrain gets more unpredictable, and the Marin Nicasio 2 is the bike you chose for this exact moment. The Nicasio 2 is sure footed and ready for all day gravel expeditions or occasional off-piste excursions. When not out in the wild, this bike is perfectly content with city streets and less intense adventures.



Marin Fairfax 2

One of the stars of 2020 and 2021 has returned to the shop. The Marin Fairfax 2 is the upgraded version of Wirecutter’s pick for favorite commuter bike. With a lighter frame and hydraulic brakes, this stops as well as it goes. Available in medium, large, and extra large.





One Marin DSX in Large has arrived. Marin calls this a bike for long distance multi-surface commuting. We see a bike suited for weekday commutes with after-work gravel detours and weekend C&O camping trips. One in stock, so please call or email before coming for a test ride.


Marin Presidio 1


One of our favorites for value and performance, the Marin Presidio 1 has returned in medium and large. If you’re looking for a budget conscious performance hybrid ($689) built with city riding in mind, come in and try it out.




Muirwoods RC


Back for what will likely be a limited time, the Marin Muirwoods RC (medium, large) blends mountain bike performance with urban comfort styling.






Gazelle T9 in light olive

Gazelle T9 City

The Gazelle T9 City redefines entry-level while delivering the complete e-bike experience. At $2,299, this full-featured electric bicycle offers all of the latest technologies and essential equipment. Racks, lights, and fenders are all standard equipment. To make this complete, you just have to add a bag or basket and a secure lock before setting off for your first trip.




If you have been hearing about supply chain issues, know that the bike industry has been hit especially hard. We’re now seeing improvements in some parts and accessory availability. Some higher end parts and new releases are still in short supply. We have very little control over what is available to us and have done what we can to stockpile as many common parts to keep us in service for the season. If we have your bike in for repair we’ll do our best to offer alternatives and prioritize your needs.


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Monday: Closed

Tuesday-Saturday: 10-6

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