About Blackstone Bicycles

We are a full service bike shop in Cumberland, RI carrying Rocky Mountain, IBIS, SALSA, Transition, Redline, Banshee, Surly and KHS. We offer quick and reliable service work and host a weekly NEMBA mountain bike ride at Lincoln Woods.

Our address is 391 Mendon Road Cumberland, RI 02864.

Phone is 401 335 3163.

Winter hours are now in effect: Monday through Friday 12-6, Sat 10-6.

Closed on Sundays and Tuesdays (I need to ride sometime)....

Email: blackstonebicycles@gmail.com

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Friday, March 15, 2013

Spring is here... sorta.

Wow... Just realized that we haven't updated this here blog in quite some time! Hopefully you're getting out there a bit or at least thinking about hitting the trails and roads of RI. We've got some news to share and some deals to announce so keep reading!

Winter gear sale: 25% off all in stock Endura winter clothing until we send it all back. You'll have until the first week of April to take advantage of this really sweet deal.

2013 Demo Bikes and demo pricing:

All the demos below are $50 for a day with the exception of the KHS 650 606 ($25).  Basically, you can take it anywhere you want (except Highland Mountain - seriously, we know what that dirt looks like and you'll never remove it all) and have it back that night or the next day.

You go down with enthusiasm and break something you get to replace it at our cost.  Seems fair enough, right?  Also, the cost of the demo comes off of the bike price.  That is, assuming you like it enough to buy one.

OK, with that out of the way the list, as of now, is below.

Rocky Mountain Vertex 970 RSL size large.

Banshee Prime size large.

Banshee Rune size large (should be in the shop by the end of March).

KHS 650 606 size large.

IBIS Mojo HD size large.

Down the road we're going to bring in a Transition Bandit 29, and maybe a not yet able to be disclosed bike from another brand...

On the new bright and shiny front we've already seen two Rocky Mountain Element 970 RSL BC Editions come through the shop as well as a Rocky Mountain Altitude 730 650b bike! There have also been a handful of new Transitions that will be out there lurking about the local woods soon enough. Oh, and some guy is buying an Ibis Ripley. Our jobs don't suck apparently...



 
 

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