What’s New

It’s been a while since we’ve posted on the blog.  There are a few things going on that we wanted to keep you all up to date on.


I’ve added a page to the web site with pricing on frame repairs and restorations.  We’ve done a lot of restoration work lately and we’re excited to do more.   It’s fun to help someone bring a classic frame back to its prime.  Recently we’ve worked on a wonderful Ephgrave and a very early Ritchey. We’ve done some really fun projects like this in the past and we hope to do a lot more of this sort of work in the future.

I’ve also found a Washington based credit union with a fairly reasonable bike loan program.  I know there are a lot of people out there that really appreciate the work we do, but can afford the big buy in to put together a custom bike.  I’m hoping that being able to make reasonable payments may open up the possibility of owning a Stevenson to a larger group of people.  Look for more details on this soon.

Finally, we are working on some discounts and promotions.  Keep an eye out for more on that here soon also.

One comment

  1. This is a great idea and much needed reoucrse with our increasingly growing bicycle community, however, for people like me for instance, I do not ride with any form of identification and have walked from downtown back to SW city where I live numerous times. Weather it be a pinch flat or a busted chain, it is not fun to take the shoe leather express home. Does this mean that if I show up to make a 5-10min repair in order to keep from walking home that I will be turned away at the door only because I do not have an i.d.??I have raced in SW VA when I was ages 13 and 14 and have been a concrete member of the cycling community, having forged many relationships with others within the community, I hope that I won’t be turned away because I dont have ab i.d.

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