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"Fighting for a bicycle friendly Prescott since 1992"
By Jim Knaup
Well that is the slogan on my business card...but it says quite a bit about who we are, and what we want to be. Our goal is for Ironclad to be an integral component of our community. We want to be more than just a store: A resource for all things good about bicycling. A place to learn about the best bikes and accessories to fit your individual needs. A place to learn about all the great riding Prescott has to offer. A place to learn how to get the most from your bike. A place to link up with the local advocacy movement and clubs.
This is our first in what I hope will be a regular series of updates from IRONCLAD. We want to connect Prescott's bicyclists, so we will strive to keep these missives timely and pertinant to the Prescott bicycling scene. We know nobody wants more spam in their inbox,  and we will  promptly remove you from our list if you so desire,  but we hope you will give us a chance.

Now: summer hours for Sunday rides
Ironclad ride crew
One initiative we have had since spring is to offer more opportunites to get out on your bike. We have been having a group take off for a recreational ride from Ironclad each Sunday... now that things are warming up, we have changed the departure time to 8:00AM. Come join us!

This Sunday: Get to Know your Bike
 6/28, etc.
This is our free Bicycle Basics 101 class, it is offered the last Sunday of each month at 2:00. The more you know about your bike and how to care for it, the better you will bond with it, and you will ride it and enjoy it more. Chores like cleaning and lubing the chain, or patching a tube should not be intimidating... come learn some tricks from our techs.

Prescott Greenways extension is beautiful
Support the Greenways Committee
June 6th was National trails day.  In Prescott, it was celebrated with the official ribbon cutting of the new extension of our Greenways trails network.If you haven't been, you've gotta check out this cooler than cool shortcut along Granite Creek. From West Granite Creek Park, the trail goes South around the Sam Hill Warehouse, and drops in to the creek at Willis. Then it goes under Gurley, under Goodwin, then crosses over the creek by the Jr. High before it pops out at Aubry... a couple of quick blocks on Granite and you are at White Spar... and the other direction is downhill! Thanks to Chris and Eric of the City of Prescott Parks Dept., The Greenways Committee, and all the volunteer trail workers!  


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