Cheeky Transport Bikes – Please visit our new site at www.cheekytransport.com.au

September 14, 2006

Opening hours etc

Filed under: commuting, Events — schmadzie @ 1:19 am

After a goo round of feedback we have decided to try out some opening hours that should make it easy to get into the shop before and after work. The trial hours are

Weekdays 8am – 6:30pm

Thursdays 8am – 8pm

Saturday 10am – 4pm

The idea is, that you can drop your bike in on the way to work or school 9(WE ARE VERY CLOSE TO THE WILSON ST BICYCLE SUPERHIGHWAY), and pick it up on the way home. We have loaner bikes to keep you on the road while your baby is being pampered, or there are lots of buses heading down king st to the city.

We are going to test out these hours for a while, and see if anyone actually uses them, and listen out for more feedback, and see what happens.

Sundays, we probably should be open, but there are so many cool rides, festivals, and other events on especially in the next few months, and we want to go to them and so should you. I have always thought of Sundays being a sacred day for family and/or cycling, but we’ll see how things go.

Please let us know if you have any feedback.

PS We are changing our name to Cheeky Transport , in line with our “bikes for transport yeah!” phlosophy and our web address will be www.cheekytransport.com.au very soon.

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3 Comments »

  1. very cool I will have to drop by very shortly for a chat. And amongst all the events happening in the next 6 weeks the SS nationals are starting to take shape. Should have a flier together this week and really want to start pushing this one hard. It will be a heap of fun and is in a beautiful part of the countryside and always a fun weekend. cheers, Timmay

    Comment by timmay — September 18, 2006 @ 6:51 pm

  2. Very cool pick up and drop off philosophy! How you boys going in Sydney? Missing you all terribly. Show us all some photos of how the shop now looks!

    Going to ‘City of London’ cycling event tomorrow night… the Met Police are talking… more cops are wanting to cycle on the beat than ever! Will keep you posted!

    jo X

    Comment by Jo — September 20, 2006 @ 7:42 am

  3. I’ve rolled past down King St a few times this week, but always been a bit too late or in a rush to stop. I’ll be in to check it out soon enough. You guys must be flat out.

    Cheers

    Andrew

    Comment by Andrew F — September 21, 2006 @ 11:15 pm


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