This weather is taking us for one nasty ride.
Take it right back with a prespring tune-up from Pedal to the People. (Nothing kills a sunshine buzz like faulty brakes or a broken chain.)
Professionally trained mechanic and cycle enthusiast Adam Clark rides his mobile bike shop to your door to fix your wheels (which are inevitably rusty and dusty from the off-season). That means no long waits at the repair shop — and more precious riding time.
Clark encourages questions and is happy to explain how the fix works. Not interested in the how? You’ll definitely be curious about the how much. Prices range from $10 (one brake adjustment) to $180 or more (to assemble a custom frame).
Call it a Schwinn-Schwinn.
Pedal to the People, 1048 West 37th Street, between May and Morgan Streets (773-355-0882 or pedaltothepeople.com).
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