When you decide that you do want to ride, the next decision will be what type of bicycle is best for you. Then, if you can make that decision, where can you be sure that you are getting the right bicycle and the right size frame. There are so many different places offering bicycles that it has become a daunting task just to decide where to shop.
There are bicycles at Wal-Mart, K-Mart, some hardware stores, West Marine, flea markets, garage sales, and at Independent Bicycle Shops. Your most important decision should be where you buy. Why? Because a bicycle is a very personal thing and one size does not fit all.
A clerk in a department store will have no training, experience, or skills with which to guide you. While the employees at Acme, the nicest people you will meet, are all very experienced in Bicycling!
How will you ride?
What kind of rider do you want to be? We can help you find the style of riding best suited to you. Will you ride on the sidewalks, on the streets, or will you be adventurous and go off road? We care, and we want you help you find the bicycle for the riding you want to do.
What size bicycle?
Are you 5 foot tall or 6’2”? How will you decide on the size frame you need? The frame size is critical to your comfort and effort. Most people are sold a frame too small for them. At Acme, we use experience, education, and measurements to fit you to the bicycle you should be riding.
Where will you go for service?
Bicycles are mechanical marvels, but they need a little maintenance and repair from time to time. Will you be able to take you bicycle back to that department store to have it maintained? At Acme you will probably bring your bicycle in and be greeted by the person who sold it to you. You will have the confidence that your ride will be cared for by experienced mechanics who you know personally.
Do some research.
Even if you aren’t ready to buy that new bicycle, we would like you to stop in and meet us. Let us give you an idea of the many different bicycle types that are available to you. Pick up a free catalogue and shop from the comfort of your easy chair.
We are offering to license, train and support anyone interested in owning and operating an Acme Bicycle Shop.
We have the experience, knowledge, contacts and suppliers needed to duplicate our unique and successful bicycle business.
Call Earl at (941) 286-3392 to explore this business segment that is about to explode at the need for alternative transportation options.