Over a Beer: A Bike Shop Employee Responds – “May I Order that Bike/Part/Accessory for You?”

Over a Beer: A Bike Shop Employee Responds – “May I Order that Bike/Part/Accessory for You?”

Local bike shops face an enormous inventory challenge. This article explains why keeping the right products in stock at sufficient quantities is so hard. The post Over a Beer: A Bike Shop Employee Responds – “May I Order that Bike/Part/Accessory for You?” appeared first on Singletracks Mountain Bike News. Over a Beer: A Bike Shop

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To: Chico, CA. Thank You.

To: Chico, CA. Thank You.

I estimate that the seed was planted when I was around 12 years old.  Our unremarkable lakeside town in Ohio had a small, private plot of woods just south of downtown, set aside by the owner for us to refrain from “trouble-making” activities. It was littered with questionably built jumps, a small pumptrack, and a six-foot launch

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Over a Beer: “Let me order that for you.” Why Bike Shops Need To Keep Parts in Stock

Over a Beer: “Let me order that for you.” Why Bike Shops Need To Keep Parts in Stock

Editor’s Note: “Over a Beer” is a regular column written by Greg Heil. While Greg is the Editor in Chief for Singletracks.com, any opinions expressed in this column are his alone and do not necessarily represent the opinions of Singletracks.com. As bike shops around the nation continue to close and the bike industry overall posts dismal

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