11 Jan 2019

Winter Tune-Up & Snow Bike Sale!

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Closed Due to Weather–Friday 2/15

 

Winter is the best time to drag the bike out of the basement or garage and bring it to Family Bicycles for some Tune-up love.  Save $40 on our Complete Tune-up! Now just $45 to adjust your brakes and gears, true your wheels, and a light cleaning of your frame and drive train. Check out the full description.

Drop your bike off or call for an appointment. Winter prices end on February 28th.

Save 20% on all in-stock Snow bikes while snow is on the ground. What’s a snow bike? All bikes are snow bikes! Save an additional 10% on all ready discounted bikes.

Save 25% on all in-stock Parts & Accessories during Waldo Week!

 

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Meet Brad Meet Brad

Brad Williams Brad started cycling while attending Emporia State University, where he quickly joined the campus cycling club and became involved in road racing. From there his passion for bicycles took him off road in the form of cross country mountain biking, and eventually MTB Marathon and endurance events. While living in New Mexico for […]

Meet Surly Meet Surly

Surly The newest member of the Family Bicycles team is Surly, the shop cat! Surly came to us from the Westside neighborhood near downtown Kansas City after hitching a ride with Theresa’s sister Jess. His duties include greeting customers and taking care of security. Just like the brand of bikes he is named after, he […]

Meet Bruce Meet Bruce

Bruce Homstad In the mid-1980’s I worked at a small bike shop in the Phoenix-Metro area of Arizona at a time when mountain biking was just beginning. I had already been using my bicycle as a means of transportation, but with an invitation from friends, ventured out into the rocky trails of Usery Mountain Park […]

Meet Theresa Meet Theresa

Theresa M. Van Ackeren, Managing Director I grew-up riding my bicycle to and from school and on my afternoon paper route in Omaha, Nebraska. I learned early to “embrace the hills,” we lived in a hilly section of town and there were two or three hills no matter which way I rode. But riding was […]