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Did Santa Bring You Something for Cycling?

Did Santa Bring You Something for Cycling?

As the holidays are winding down and people are getting home for travels, or heading out on their own version I want to see what everyone received for the holidays!

My Presents for the Holiday

Now, I don’t believe I received any bicycle related holiday gifts. Unless the awesome $8 tshirt from Target counts?   I did receive many great gifts and most of them can’t hang a price on.

Your Turn!

  • Tanya Sloan Storm
    Posted at 15:45h, 28 December Reply

    Santa brought me a new commuter bike! (Specialized Crosstrail) Well, technically my insurance company brought it to replace my stolen one, but hey, I rode it on Christmas so it FELT like Santa brought it!

  • John H
    Posted at 08:03h, 29 December Reply

    I only had 1 present under the tree Christmas morning. But it was by far, the coolest present I have ever recieved, seen or even heard of. ***Drum roll pleas***
    A black “28” Radioshack jersey. Bought for me months ago, and successfully kept a secret.

  • Bike Shop Girl
    Posted at 08:35h, 29 December Reply

    Tanya – A commuter bike eh? You need to take pictures!

    John H – that is a great Christmas gift!!!!!!!

  • Triangle Bicycle Commuter
    Posted at 10:38h, 03 January Reply

    I did get a set of hex wrenches (lots of sizes from bout 2mm to 10mm), with color coded T-handles. I already know that the yellow one is the go to 5 mm. I used then to tune up my son’s bike and moving my commuter stuff to a different frame.

  • Mike in Houston
    Posted at 09:12h, 07 January Reply

    I was given a 1985 Panasonic steel lugged 14 speed bike to restore. The Sugarplum ferries dancing in my head (ha!) have now been replaced by dreams of turning this bike into a retro/modern touring bike.

    • Bike Shop Girl
      Posted at 15:00h, 07 January

      Well that is something fun!!!

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