Look for “Throwback Thursday Trivia” deals and help us reminisce about our humble beginnings.
“It hasn’t been easy…. My father gave me a small loan of a million dollars… and I did great” – Donal Trump
Back in 2006, the crazy notion that 10 years later I’d have a great little bike shop with wonderful clients and even a more wonderful staff would have boggled my mind. Little tidbit… unlike my buddy Donald Trump, I didn’t get a million dollar loan from my pops, I started out with $200 in savings and here we are 10 years later.
Thank you to all our loyal customers over the last decade (still can’t believe I’m saying that), wonderful interns/staff/shop groms that turned into life long friends and biggest thanks to my family (my lovely wife Princess, and my 2 boys Aaron and Alex, whom the shop is named after) who have supported me through all the ups and downs of owning a small business.
New bikes stating at $299, we do layaway!!!
Stages Cycling Power Meters for almost every budget.
Link to your iPhone or other smart phone for on the fly data.
You can vote for us in 3 different categories:
– Best Bike Shop
– Best Customer Service
– Best Independent Retailer
NOTE: At least 20 categories must be completed or ballots will not be counted. One ballot per email… so the more email addresses you have the more votes you can cast.
Thanks – Aaron
AT&T finally fixed our phone lines. Everything works now. If you need anything, Call 530.750.2739 or 530.750.2453. Shop is coming along w/ our 1st official day open being Monday, July 21st. See you there.
APEX is moving to Downtown Davis. Our new address is 716 2nd Street. Come visit us at the July 4th Criterium or whenever you’re walking around downtown. Our new business hours are 10-6 Monday through Friday, 12-4 Saturdays and by appointment on Sundays.
Due to a mix up with AT&T and the move, the shop phones still don’t work. If you need to contact us, email email@example.com or call 530.341.0560 (temporary number) Regular numbers should work Friday or Monday.
APEX Cycles is proud to offer basic bike maintenance classes for those looking to learn how to keep their bikes up and running. Spaces are limited so please contact us ASAP.
Cost is $100 for 4 x one hour classes and includes a Park Tools WTK-1 Weekender Tool Kit to take home, a $25 value and 15% off any tool purchases made during class. We have 5-6 repair stands so everyone will have the opportunity for hands on experience and direct one-on-one instruction.
Week 1 – Bikes 101, Flat repair – tubed vs tubular vs tubeless debate
Week 2 – Brakes and drivetrain maintenance
Week 3 – bearings and wheel truing/spoke replacement
Week 4 – General review/requests
Again, spaces are limited so please contact us ASAP. firstname.lastname@example.org (subject “bikes 101”) or call the shop, 530.750.2739