May 2015 Cool Water Bikes Update
The mild winter meant good things for business at Cool Water Bikes.
By Noah Sutherland
The mild winter meant good things for business at Cool Water Bikes. The store has been busy with customers and kids looking to get out and ride in the wonderful weather. As we move into the heart of the cycling season, please keep us in mind for any service work you may need done on your bikes. In the near future, we will be raising our ser-vice prices slightly (they've been the same for seven years). If you mention you saw this before the end of May, you'll still get the old price.
We have brand new signs out front to draw more attention to the shop. Kauffmann and Associates, one of our neigh-bors on Howard, paid for the signs to be printed and installed. We're also doing some reorganizing inside the shop to make it more welcoming to customers.
We just participated in the 4th annual Spokane Bike Swap at the fairgrounds. It was a huge success for us and for the event as a whole. We had the opportunity to talk to many people and let them know about what we're doing here at CWB. Several of them have already come into the shop to donate bikes and buy accessories for the bikes they bought at the swap.