Monday, November 28, 2011

Cyber Monday special...

If all those other companies can do it, so can I. Here's the deal, or rather here are the deals. All involved purchasing a Black Mountain Cycles road or cross frame and all should be able to appeal to different needs you might have. Black Mountain Cycles "Cyber Monday" special runs through Sunday December 4. Let your friends know. Pass the word. Get down offa that fence.

Deal #1
Simple. Black Mountain Cycles road or cross frameset shipped to your door (in the lower 48 states) for $550. Or if you pick it up in store, $525. Deal #1 is valued at up to $635.

Deal #2
Black Mountain Cycles road or cross frameset, t-shirt, water bottle, and pint glass shipped to your door (in the lower 48) for $575 ($550 if you pick up in person). Deal #2's value is up to $668.

Deal #3
Black Mountain Cycles road or cross frame with Cane Creek 40 headset installed for $575 shipped to your door (in the lower 48) or $550 if you pick it up in person. Heck of a deal valued at up to $695 and the best deal, monetarily, out of the three.

Note, sales tax is applicable for any sale to a California address.

Okay, go! Operators are standing by. Here's some pictures of recent builds to get you all stirred up.

cross 009

62cm Road Ultegra

(What's playing: Monsters of Folk Magic Marker)

3 comments:

Trailer Park Cyclist said...

Man, that champagne road bike has me drooling. Not this year, though. I'm supposed to fly to SF in July to hang out with my son and then pedal down the PCH to his place in LA.

If the planets line up right I'll be doing it on a Varley.

(By the way, who is that curvy mamma in the stand behind my Dream Bike?)

Tim Joe Comstock said...

Also, I wonder if you clean your bench for these photos or is it always that neat? I have always said a clean workplace makes for clean work, which is ironic since my bench currently looks more like a dumpster than a workplace. Busy days.

Happy Holidays, Mike.

TJ

blackmountaincycles said...

TPC - That would be cool. What size road frame? Champagne is is very limited supply. A modest deposit will secure one for a period of time. The bike in the stand there is a Schwinn Phantom that's getting converted from single-speed to a 2x8.

TJC - I do tidy the bench up a bit for photos, but not much. It usually stays pretty uncluttered.