Sunday Oct 23–Moving Day!

October 23  is Moving Day–need people to help haul and move to our new location. Cars, trucks, bikes are all helpful.  Lunch provided (drinks and candy too!). Where? 1802 E Sprague  to 1527 E 16th Ave.  We’ll meet at 10am. Help Us Move!!!

Big Move

It’s official–we’re moving shop on the 23rd, from 10-2! We’ll be all packed (promise!), and we’ll just need your muscle, bike, car or truck to help us move to our new space on 1527 E 16th. Come help for an hour or the whole time. Lunch provided!

FREE stuff

So much freeeee stuff! The front part of our space is full. We are moving on the 23 (mark your calendars, you can help!) so we’re clearing out inventory–stems, handle bars, forks, bikes (need some love), bike carriers (for your car), wheels, tires, clothing.

Please come by and fill up a shopping bag or two!

So Many Bikes

Wow, we have so many great  bikes in the shop right now.  A cute lemon-yellow ladies Schwinn Breeze came in and is looking for a new home. Lots of mtn bikes, and a beautiful Trek road bike. Come in for a test ride today and check them out!

cold mate with lemon is terere


Well, it is with great pleasure I remind everyone that tomorrow is our last Free Tune-Up Day of the year. Noon-Four, Kids First, All Are Welcome, Vegan Food. It is also my last day with P2P. It has been simply wonderful.


Back at the Spoke NEst

Phew! Those were some good days that just went by! Hi-Five to nature for not making our September as cold as last year! YEAH! Yesterday, despite my tiredness, Corey and I had a killer day at the shop, and today, our first appearance wrenching in the spokefest hotness (legitimacy achieved!), followed by another set of wonderful hours wasted away back here on Sprague: greased back palms like it were the 30’s (what do I know? Grease-a-pedia), GU/CT bridge jumping, LT Bernard and the basketeer, oranges for miles, the birth of the Pacific Treader, and the campy crash!

Now let us turn it over to 32 baby frogs from that DAMMED lake Roosevelt for the play by play!

hair flowing, eric is still growing, pump plate percariously perched preceeding pointed projectile puncture

What a great location! We had a great view at the top of doomsday, which also allowed us to chit-chat with the multitudes, and that they were.

This is my nurse, Carol Anne. To have her as a companion at our stop's aid station was a great surprise. TERERE!

canopy bolt

lumpy tire

I forgot the banner at the shop, but I believe Eric's work spoke (ha!) for us plenty well.

This frame has been in the shop for a really long time. I am so glad this gentlemen is going to restore it well. But he didn't buy the starfish!


FREE TUNE-UP DAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!






(If you are interested in helping me pull off this wonderful community event I still have plenty of needs! Please do contact me directly: