Confirmed: Challenge Tour and Alpine Tour
We now have he minimum number of cyclists that we need for these two tours and so we’re set to go.
If you’re thinking of joining either of these two guided tours, you should sign up asap, as there are only around 8 slots left for each tour.
We do have riders signed up for the Lite Tour and Jura Tour, but need a few more riders on each to make it happen.
Here are the dates:
Do a Tour or Rent a Bike & Take home a TREK
TREK doesn’t let us give rebates on their new bikes, but we are able to give you a big rebate on your trip if you take home a bike.
We’re also able to deduct the sales tax from your purchase and give you a hard-cased bike box at our cost.
Due to the exchange rate and some bad forecasting, TREK bikes are already cheaper in Switzerland than most other countries.
Want to find out more about taking a bike back home with you ? Click to read our blog post.
Maybe you’re not doing a tour, but renting a bike ? Take a Trek home with you and we’ll deduct the rental fee.
Our good friend Justin-the-handyman convinced to try a new shop layout and we came up with a plan that made much more efficient use of space.
Here are the results: https://www.flickr.com/photos/bikeswitzerland/sets/72157666395708795
Justin does great work and he’s available for hire.
Free Club Rides
We’ve got four volunteer ride leaders this year and they work to determine the itineraries and to breakup the group in two levels if needed.
These rides are every Saturday at 9:30 and every Thursday evening at 6:15 from April 7th,
These rides are free and open to all riders with road bikes. If you’re visiting Geneva and would like to join, feel free.
We’ll rent you a bike. You can always find out more about these rides by joining our Facebook group page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/bikeclubswitzerland/