Intown Bicycles Specials
Check out the list below to see the current specials going on at Intown Bicycles. If something interests you, be sure to come into the store soon, as these specials usually don't last.
Raleigh Revenio 1.0 $650 (reg $710)
The Revenio is a great affordable road bike for adding cycling to you fitness routine. The aluminum frame gives it a light, nimble ride. The riding position is a tad more upright, which makes it comfortable. We've got one left in a 54cm.Specs
Jamis Satellite Comp Femme $900 (reg $950)
This is the womens version of the mens Comp above. Just a better fit for a lady. Same comfortable riding position and smooth, stable ride.
Jamis Ventura Comp Femme $925 (reg $975)
With an aluminum frame, carbon fork, and Shimano Sora components, think light and fast ladies. This would make a fine workout or triathlon bike.
Every year we're seeing the prices of lights coming down and the lumens going up. You can get more light for your money than ever before. This year we've chosen the TSL-750 headlight as our nicest light. As the name implies, it puts out 750 lumens. That's pretty bright, but it's especially bright when you consider it only costs $160. It comes with two mounts: one for the helmet and one for the handlebars. Of course it's rechargeable, coming with a USB cord and wall charger. This light is a value!' Great for commuting.
If that's a little deeper than you want to go, consider the TSL-250. At 250 lumens, it' a powerful light. It doesn't come with the exra helmet mount or chargers, but your cell phone charger will work on it, and best of all, this light only costs $85.
For a helmet-mount light, you can't beat the Vis 360 by Light & Motion. Made in Monterey, CA, it puts out 120 lumens for road illumination in the front and 180* blinking visibility from the rear. The main benefit of having the light on your helmet is that it shines where you're looking. Also, since it rides high, it's a good choice for recumbent riders, who ride low. I use this light myself, and can tell you that it's a value for $130.
Also in the rechargeable category is the BI Taillight. This is a unique light in that it flashes white or red. You can switch it from the front or rear of you bike. We thought that was pretty neat for only $25.
Please peruse our clearance items. We'd love to hook you up with a good deal on something.
Campy Rear Hub & Cassette: Chorus 8 spd. $50!
Lite Trainer Shoes: Styled like a running shoe, they're good for touring or commuting, but they're great too for spinning. Regularly $90, we have them on sale for $60. Just a few odd sizes left.
We have three used bikes right now. All are for kids.
One is an itty bitty 12" bike for a three year old. Good condition. Blue. $95.
The other two are both girl's 24" bikes. This is a good size for an eight year old. One is a Raleigh, the other a Jamis. Both Light blue. $165 and $195.
You can see new versions of all of these bikes on our childrens' pages.
Here are some new things we thought were cool!
We've just picked up the Ortlieb Back-Roller City panniers. Commuters and tourist (like me) love the Ortliebs for their simplicity of design. One compartment makes for easy organization. The roll-down closure makes them waterproof, and the attachment is super fast and easy. You should check these out if you're in the market for some bags. We have the white ones, but we can get you black or red. $150.
Tiny Tank Tech Handmade Bags.We're thrilled to have found these beautiful, hand-crafted, rugged bags made by Tiny Tank Tech. We picked up some panniers, some backpack/panniers, and handlebar bags. They're made in Athens, Ga. Home-grown. Come see, touch, and feel these bags. You'll be as impressed as we are.
Phone Caddy. This one speaks for itself. Choose your Ap: GPS, elevation profile, training stats, you name it. Yours for $30.
Come check out Raleigh's Lil Push balance bike for kids. This is the new way for kids to learn to ride.
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Do you think that you know bikes? Well, we've put together the Bicycle Aptitude Test to see who's got the stuff and who still needs the training wheels. So, go ahead. Don't be afraid...