Important COVID-19 Update
We will be maintaining regular store hours through Tuesday, March 17th.
Beginning Wednesday, March 18th, please check back here to see what services and store hours we will be maintaining as this is a rapidly evolving situation. Our current plans are outlined below.
We are very aware that as people begin to practice smart social-distancing and are staying home from work, bicycles will become a bigger part of everyone's day-to-day lives. Getting outside to exercise while maintaining a safe distance from others is suddenly at the fore-front of everyone's mind. To help keep everyone rolling and riding we will be offering options to our customers that allow business to continue to operate in a safe manner.
Our physical storefront will be closed to customers beginning Wednesday, March 18th.
Unfortunately, this means no one will be permitted to enter the store to browse our items. For your convenience, we have a tremendous selection of inventory listed right here on our website. We are also available to discuss your needs through e-mail email@example.com or over the phone or via text at (203) 433-2780.
Until we are directed to do otherwise, we will be offering contact-free pick-up and drop-off services for customers who require products or repair services. We feel that this approach allows us to continue to provide for our customers and community while doing everything we can to prevent to spread of the virus. Please contact us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone/text at (203) 433-2780 and we can schedule your request.
All pick-up and drop-off services will be CONTACT FREE, this means we will kindly ask customers to leave items outside of their residences when we come to pick-up items. Drop-offs will also be conducted in a similar manner. We are also happy to provide customers with similar no-contact services at our physical storefront.
Additionally, we would also like to remind all of our customers that the economic impact of this world-wide event has led to unexpected and unpredictable stock throughout the cycling-world supply chain. We genuinely appreciate our customers patience as we try and best mitigate these shortages.
While we plan to operate and serve our local community, the last thing we want to do is serve as a vector or hub for further community spread of the COVID-19 infection currently threatening our area.
Stay well, and ride on.
We will all get through this together.
-Your friends at Ride of Pleasantville.