clothes & bikes INFORMATION + misc.
tyhowell at u.washington.edu
Wed Oct 9 23:40:25 PDT 2002
recycled, voler, or local shops. All good. but if you want a good deal
on NEW clothes, go thru (i know its spelled rong) the UW bike shop. we can get
In fact, I just had someone come in today asking for fenders and booties. if
we get enough of this we can place an order real soon.
oh BTW, the saturday ride WILL BE AT 930 FROM THE NORTH END OF THE HUB.
Sorry nick, you've been vetoed.
this is a standing ride. it happens every saturday! you dont have to
show up, but the ride will occur. IF the ride is not happening, an email
will be sent out. Typically the ride will be lead by an elder (1+ years
with the huskies) and they will call the ride route (max 4hrs or 45miles).
sundays are a standing ride too. Also at 930. there will probably be less
people however b/c of cyclocross races and worship of a god type thing some
as for bikes for rain bikes, or cheap race bikes, never underestimate the
power of ebay. if you dont know what to look for... "you betta axe
somebody (I've been waiting to use that for weeks now)."
does anyone have room to hold the team trainers, seven in total, for a
while (till winter spin sessions)?
will send an email soon to recap the team meeting.
peace out,(said like a cracker)
On Wed, 9 Oct 2002, Dan Hayes wrote:
> You can get good deals on Voler stuff through Hammer Gel. I don't know how
> the prices compare to our prices, but it's pretty good, especially on
> things we don't meet a minimum on. Plus they have been a good sponsor for
> the last couple of years. I know it's mail order, but you can try on Voler
> stuff at a lot of shops I think. Hammergel.com Maybe a team discount on
> clothes, not sure. You can get arm/knee/leg warmers/booties through the UW
> bike shop too last time I checked.
> Dan Hayes
> UW School of Oceanography
> Applied Physics Lab/Polar Science Center
> 1013 NE 40th St
> Seattle, WA 98105
> 206 543-6615
> dhayes at apl.washington.edu
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