PRESS RELEASE: Ã‚Â A big yellow truck full of ALMOST brand new bikes will be coming home to Santa Cruz following the Interbike tradeshow, and we are going to be hosting a day-long, hands-on, frenzy of demo rides at Wilder Ranch. Bikes available for riding will include everything we make except for Stigmatas and Chameleons, but will be skewed toward our newer bikes. In other words, a big pile of carbon fiberTallboys, Blur XCs and Blur LTs will be on hand, as well as a giant stack of aluminum LTs, Nomads,Driver 8s, V-10s (yeah, we know, Wilder isn’t exactly the perfect venue for V-10s and Driver 8s, but they’ll be there anyway). We’ll also have a pretty solid sampling of all our single pivot range (with an emphasis on Hecklers and Superlights). We’re talking over 70 bikes here.
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This demo will be FREE to all who show up, and we’d like to point out that all these BARELY RIDDEN demo bikes will also be for sale at SCREAMING DEAL pricing (pretend this was a radio ad, and that the announcer’s voice just cracked a little when he yelled that. “Tickets pay for the whole seat, but you’ll ONLY NEED THE EDGE!!!” Or something like that…).
You will need to bring the following:
– Riding gear, especially a HELMET. NOBODY gets to ride at this demo without a helmet!
– Preferably your own pedals
– Current ID and a valid credit card (no, Discover cards don’t count)
Finally, this event would not be possible at all without the gracious co-operation of California State Parks and Wilder Ranch. Please do the state budget a favor and park in the day-use parking lot inside the park. If you are there for the demo, tell the people at the gate, and we’ll pick up the parking tab. That, or keep it real and ride in. Don’t be a cheapskate (since it’s free anyway if you come to the demo) by parking out on the highway. And since this is a public park, it should go without saying but we’ll say it anyway – remember to PLEASE RESPECT OTHER TRAIL USERS! Don’t be a jerk to hikers or equestrians or other riders, and please bear in mind that we live here – these are our backyard trails. Respect that. Thank you.
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