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  • Dec 08 2019

    Holiday Gift Guide - 2019 Edition

    It happened. The beautiful green heat of the summer is long gone, replaced by twinkly lights, cocoa, and temperatures in the single digits. Some of us have hung up the wheels for the winter and others will ride straight through until spring thaw, but hopefully we're all finding ways to make the most of another long Minnesota winter. The holiday season really snuck up on us this year, but we're here for you with gift suggestions large and small for all the cyclists in your life, from your grandma to your old roommate.

    1. Pedro's Tire Lever - The choicest tire lever for the home mechanic. Sometimes a tiny gift is all you need!

    2. Upso Ferrybridge Folder for Brompton - For the Brompton owner in your life. Made of upcycled tarp and stylish to boot.

    3. Brompton Toolkit - Another one for the Brompton fanatic, this toolkit fits inside the bike's frame. Ingenious.

    4. Reflective Shoelaces - Everybody needs shoelaces, right? 

    5. Crosspoint Flip-Mitts - Perfect for winter commuters and smart-phone addicts alike.

    6. ABUS Granit 640 U-Lock - The Goldilocks of locks. Not too big, not too small, super strong. Bonus: comes in red.

    7. Spurcycle Bell - Put a super loud bell on your friend's bike so they can stop spooking pedestrians. Fully serviceable. A bell to last a lifetime.

    8. Merino Wool Buff - The most versatile winter accessory for unpredictable weather conditions. It's a hat. It's a scarf. It's a balaclava. Oh my!

    9. Lucky Cat Bottle Cage - For cat lovers who also love to stay hydrated.

    10. Perennial Cycle Cap - For the Perennial Cycle super-fan, of course!

    11. Brooks Challenge Tool Bag - A beautiful accessory for the cyclist who enjoys the finer things.

    12. Purist Water Bottle - A good water bottle with a good pattern.

    13. Spurcycle Key Clip - It's also a bottle-opener. Titanium, for people who are into that.

    14. Carradice Bikepacking Top Tube Pack - For phone and snacks and things that need to stay close at hand.

    15. Perennial Cycle Gift Card or e-Gift Certificate - If they're hard to shop for.

    16. Thousand x Poketo Helmet - The one they'll actually wear.

    17. Ride More Drive Less Tee - A sentiment we can all agree on.

    18. Donut Bar Tape - For the Perennial Cycle Pastry Ride devotee!

  • Nov 16 2019

    Wilder Buffalo Ride #6

    What: Group ride with concert, guests and conversation featuring Ben Weaver, Strong Buffalo and weather scientist-poet Brian Smoliak. How far: Ride leaders will bring you to the concert location. Rides will vary in length somewhere between 5-10 miles from shop. All you need to do is show up at Perennial Cycle by 6 pm. What to Bring: Please consider that the days are getting shorter and the weather cooler. The events will be ending after dark. Please bring lights for your ride home and warm clothes as it gets chilly when we are off bikes. Click here for Facebook event.
  • Sep 29 2019

    CLOSED for Thanksgiving

    We will be closed Thanksgiving Day so our staff can spend time with their families. Please be sure to get all your flat tires the day before or the day after!
  • Sep 25 2019

    Group Ride: Wilder Buffalo #4

    What: Group ride with concert, guests and conversation featuring Ben Weaver, Strong Buffalo and Al Gross
     
    Where: Choose the shop you'd like to meet at and ride from.
    Perennial Cycle: 3342 Hennepin Ave, S MPLS, MN. Meet up 5:30-6PM. 6PM Sharp roll out.
    Angry Catfish: 4208 S 28th Ave MPLS, MN. Meet up 5:30-6PM. 6PM Sharp roll out.
    How far: Ride leaders will bring you to the concert location. Ride will be somewhere between 5-10 miles in length from bike shop. All you need to do is show up.
     
    What to Bring: Please consider that the days are getting shorter and the event will be ending after dark. Bring lights for your ride home.
     
    Other Logisitics: The nature of these rides is to build stronger community through trust and communication. Please feel free to ask your ride leaders any questions or express any concerns you may have along the way.
     
    EventBrite registration not required but appreciated here. 
     
    View the Facebook event here

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