As I posted on our 'news/updates' page and Facebook:
The shop will be closed this coming week (Monday 2/6 - Friday 2/10) because we are skipping town and visiting Angie's folks in Florida. Any online orders placed from now until the 10th will be processed and shipped as soon as we return.
I just want to keep everyone in the know so you're not like "where the hell did he go and why haven't they shipped my damn stuff?"
Some new things will be hitting the site very soon, including All-City New Sheriff hubs, All-City Big Block framesets, Halo track hubs, and more...
Scrod's vacation photos look like a terrifying 90s acid trip. With nice scenery. And crustaceans.
I didn't realize that you guys were going off the grid so soon. I would've held off on the order, but I'm in no rush for new bars.
I didn't feel like reading this book of a thread, but has anyone noticed any kind of returning customer loyalty or anything of the likes? It would be nice to get slight discounts on apparel, stickers, or anything else that would just help promote. I would be fine with something arbitrary like a stem shifter from an old ****ter bike. Its refreshing though to see such a large selection of good parts in one place now.
- George PedalRoom McChinken: "That's why you put it in the bottom bracket."
Sorry, man. We had the trip to visit Angie's folks planned and plane tickets paid for back in October. With everything going on regarding getting the new shop open, the date kinda snuck up on us.
We do occasionally offer coupon codes but because we like to keep most of the prices on the site considerably low in the first place, we kinda feel it's not very necessary to do all the time. It's also common practice to throw in some free stickers and other goodies along with each order.
Thanks. I don't want this to become RetrogressionForums.net.
We took them down because it was causing too much confusion. Some people couldn't seem to grasp the fact that a build kit doesn't mean wheelset and were extremely unhappy when we shipped them a bunch of parts instead of complete wheels. I thought we were very clear in the description but.........
At any rate, we adjusted the prices so when you choose rims, spokes, nipples, hubs, etc and put them in your cart, the total adds up to the same price as the wheel build kits. In fact, some combos actually cost less.
Do you know what shipping usually is out here to Hawaii? Zip code would be 96782.
I've never built a wheel before, but want to learn how to do it, been looking at the Kinlins for a while now, to replace the stock TT Pro ones. Also, do you usually ship the correct spoke lengths if you know how someone wants to lace the wheels?
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