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It's Hot, so be Cool

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It's Hot, so be Cool

Get Out There, Anyway

Get What You NeedWe can all agreed that the early Summer weather has been a bit of a drag. But fear not! There is still plenty of time to enjoy the outdoors and opportunities to get out there with what you need. Sometimes less is more, so come on by and grab those things that bring you greater ease and more enjoyment being in nature; it's right out your door.We've recently got a re-stock of very bright and colorful bags from our friends over at Oveja Negra products in Colorado which always bring a smile. There are a variety of shapes and sizes so feel free to bring your bike with you to help size things!Looking for something we don't have? Just ask! We would love your opinion on what products you are into or would like to see in our retail space! 

City at Your FeetPGH plays 'home base' for the Portland Trails City at Your Feet event, an outdoor scavenger hunt around town, on July 15thDetails and Registration: here!
July Volunteer Opps Posted!New schedule online with more opportunities to get involved! Sign up for a shift for bicycle deconstruction or perhaps volunteer at our next Kid's Bike Party!Click Here to visit the Online Calendar!
ME Cycling Group RideRides are posted a few days before. Click here to visit the IG page for updates.Join us at PGH on Thursday evenings for group ride at 6PM. Mostly road, no-drop, social pace!
Open Bench Time 2x / weekTuesdays 4-7PM &Fridays 3-6PM at the Bike School 85 Anderson St.Sliding Scale (pay-what-you-can) for bench useOpen Bench Time is an all-ages space and school's out for summer. Expect to share the space with youth!(Reminder: the Bike School will be closed next Tuesday for July 4th)
Mystique o' the Week

Independent Fabrications GRVLThis week's mystique of the week comes from a bone-chillingly rad looking cross bike that was donated by a very generous member of our community and re-built by one of our staff as a swan-song refurbishment. Thank you to the donor and thank you to Cristy for all of your hard work and tenure at PGH! This 51cm road frame has been set up with some awesome upgrades including:- 1x10 Microshift Advent X Drivetrain- Fast and Light Mavic Wheelset- WTB Nano Tires (700x40mm)- Carbon Fork- 2-Piece Cranks and BBIndependent Bike Fabrication started as an employee owned and operated company here in New England circa 1995 with collaborators of Fat Chance Cycles merging with fellow bicycle minds to create an awesome lineup of steel, titanium and carbon frames.Initially based in Lynn, Massachusetts, these hand-built frames caught the attention of the bicycle mainstream with their high attention to detail, titanium lugged XS bicycles that went on to be the chosen ride for Giana Roberge in 2004 at the Master's Time Trial in Austria.If you're interested in hitting the trails at your own pace, come and check this ride out this weekend!~$855