Professional bike shop specializing in repairs and maintenance. Dealer for Giant, Yeti, Rocky Mtn., and Devinci bicycles.
Operating as usual
Do you wear shoes on your feet when you ride bikes? Then we got you covered! A fresh order of Five Tens just arrived, some fresh new colors, a new high top model with the velcros, and itty bitty kiddo shoes. Remember, if it’s in stock, we have it!
Our knuckle tat stickers were popular and we ran out quickly. So a new batch just came in, but this time with black nails and a black outline, for reasons.
It’s that time again… is going right now. And our local superhuman, @timon.fish is out there gunning for the solo win. He’s currently in the solo lead, but it looks like a pretty serious three way battle is shaping up. You can watch the results update live, if you’re into that sort of thing. Goooooo Timon!
We got a @whycycles El Jefe frame in last week, with more coming soon. Such a good frame with great details!
Snow day! It’s cold and icy and we don’t want to work today. So we will be closed today, Thursday 2/3/22.
But, here is a wonderful video of Baby Dave frolicking in the snow last night, which is honestly better than anything you would have gotten from our store anyway.
See you tomorrow!
Holiday hours update…
Thursday 12/23 we are closing at 1pm. The we are out until Tuesday 12/28. Then we will be closed New Year’s Eve and New Years Day as well.
Hope everyone enjoys some time off the next couple of weeks. And watch Die Hard, cuz it’s the best.
We got our first batch of the completely new 2022 Rocky Mountain Elements in. Unfortunately we didn’t order enough for the year and they are mostly pre sold, but we have a few available in C50 and A50 builds left. Very excited about this redesign!
Our hours this week are…
Tuesday 9-5. Wednesday 9-2. Closed Thursday and Friday. Back open Saturday 9-4.
Bikeworks Bosque booze cruise with a @boxingbearbrewing breather. It’s a great time of year to get in a night ride without freezing your ass off. We will do it again soon, leaving from the shop after close, and we will invite the whole internet next time.
New sticker day! What do you think, should this go on a t shirt too?
Alright world… our dearest Mike Torrisi is hunting for an affordable (cheap) truck. Preferably a late ‘80s mint condition Dodge Shelby, but anything more reasonable would do, I suppose. The dumpster fire that is Craigslist has not provided, so I figured we would solicit our customers, cuz ya’lls the best! And, trading for bike stuff is an option.
2022 Yetis have started rolling in. Here are the new colors, Rhino, Dom, Glacier and Watermelon. I like them all, I suggest getting one of each.
You like cold beer? Cheese that isn’t waterlogged? Properly refrigerated cold cuts that don’t make you sick? Yeah, we thought so…
Bikeworks is now a @dometic dealer, because reasons. So if you have been thinking about picking up a truck fridge, or some new camp chairs, or any of the other awesome stuff that they sell, give us a shout, and we will style you out! (that rhymes!)
You know what else is a big plus?… Closing the store and riding bikes, again!
We will be off “racing” the @ziarides Wild West fest in Ruidoso this weekend. As such, we are closing at 1pm this Friday 10/15 and all day Saturday 10/16. We will back to normal hours on Tuesday 10/19 at 9.
We had an amazing shop trip to Colorado. Our first big day was on the recently completed Palisade Plunge. It’s a 32 mile point to point that drops off of Grand Mesa 6000 ft down to the town of Palisade, just outside of Grand Junction. It’s a must do for anyone who like big days and technical riding. One of those trails where you want to stop and check out the views, but you don’t want to stop because the trail so fun. Lots of exposure and elevation and high consequence moves, many of which I happily walked. Finished the long day by promptly jumping into the Colorado River, then beers at a local brewery. Can’t wait to go back!
When you haven’t posted anything all year, and then you just show up to say you’re leaving…..
We’re out! Shop trip to go ride mountain bikes in Colorado, because it’s been a long summer!
We are closed from Sept 12 through the 20th. Smooches!
It’s with a heavy heart that we announce our new hours. Back by popular demand, we will be here on Saturdays again, like some sort of business. Now it’s 9-5 Tuesday- Friday, and 10-5 Saturday. Still closed Sunday and Monday.
Bikeworks turned 13 this month. And today will be our 13th year of being closed on Black Friday, because, you know, it’s gross and stuff. Also, here’s a pic of Lucero, from 13 years ago, riding a Bianchi that was already retro by then. Hope everyone had a nice Thanksgiving!
We got a few 2021 Rocky Mountain Altitude Carbon 50’s in stock. I really like the clean lines, and understated aesthetic of this bike. And the orange decals have a metallic flake that I didn’t notice until it was out in the sun. This completely redesigned Altitude is starting to rack up some good reviews!
My kids made a Calvin and Hobbes inspired, two headed snow goon.
Well that’s about the most snow I’ve ever seen in my back yard.
Snow Day! Bikeworks is closed today. We will get back at it tomorrow. Go have a snowball fight, and drive safe!
Hey internet, long time no see! Remember the 35th Anniversary Yeti ARC from this summer? Well, we got one (of the 100 made)! So much custom! It’s not spoken for yet, so hit us up if you’ve got a whole in your heart the size of an unobtanium limited edition hardtail!
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Thanks @srammtb ! We got some fresh artisan bread gift in the mail today from Sram. And some lucky person in the area is gonna find a silver eagle baked into the bread and win a GX Eagle group. We will let you know if we win!
Hey, do y’all know Jay Wulf? Or his restaurant, The Greenside Cafe? Have you ever been to a Sandia trail build day and been fed burritos? Or been to our bacon station and been surprised with brisket and coleslaw? Or been to the donut station and been surprised with enchiladas, or monte cristos? Well, that was all Jay. He has taken every opportunity to feed the mountain bike community for the past 12 years, since his restaurant opened. He’s an awesome dude and great mountain biker.
Well, restaurants are having a hard time these days. So maybe swing by and grab some lunch to go if you can, maybe pick up a t shirt while you’re there. Let’s give a little support back to one of the most generous small business owners out there. You can order on their website and pay when you pick up. And you can trust that they are taking every possible precaution to keep your food and to go containers clean and safe.
Thanks! @ The Greenside Cafe
Hey everyone. Just a little update on the state of affairs at Bikeworks ABQ world headquarters.
While we have been deemed an “essential business”, we are only allowed to be doing repairs, and no customers are allowed in the store.
We are also running with just two of us at a time, so we can give each other more space in the shop.
So, we are only taking on repairs for existing customers. With the small staff, and the extra complexity of interacting while social distancing with customers, our capacity is pretty small right now. Please call or email to schedule a repair. We are holding fairly regular shop hours on weekdays, but it’s by appointment only.
We are also taking it easy, spending time with family, and trying to make sure everyone is staying healthy and sane.
We have had lots of people reach out and check in. Luckily, being small and having an awesome landlord, we are in a good place. All the familiar faces will still be in the shop when this is over, we won’t have to lay anybody off. We are all healthy too, thankfully.
Thank you all so much for your support and concern. I can’t wait to see you all again soon!
Hey everyone, hope you’re all staying sane, safe, and getting out for some solo rides.
A few of the biggest bike parts distributors have organized to offer customer direct shipping, in an effort to help us local bike shops help you to support us!
Long story short, give us a call and we can do the sale over the phone, and you will get most items at your door in just a couple days. We will charge a small shipping fee for items under $75, and free shipping on orders over $75 (some exceptions may happen, but generally). We appreciate all the effort you put in to supporting us. We miss you all like crazy, it’s so weird being closed right now. We just can’t wait until we are back to normal, fixing bikes, high fives, 5 o clock beers, and sharing stories about riding in the shop. Miss you mean it!
Hey Team! We are calling it for now, until further notice. We hustled out nearly all our repairs today. If you have a bike in the store, or a new bike showing up soon, email us .. [email protected] We will meet customers by appointment and schedule deliveries, but in general, it’s time to bunker down, not time to be in the bike shop. Thanks for your support!
Math wins every time. We are closing our doors as of Thursday (3/19). We are going to finish up the repairs we currently have, and will arrange curbside pickup or delivery. We can do sales over the phone, and ship or deliver as needed. We will let ya’ll know when we are ready to take on more repairs. It’s all kinda by the seat of our pants right now. But we had quite a lot of foot traffic again today, and that just doesn’t feel appropriate anymore. So, the doors are closed and we will take it from there. Thanks everyone for doing their part. If anyone feels like this is overblown, I encourage you to research the math, and how exponential growth rates work. Thank you all for your support, and take care. Air Smooches from 6 feet away. Sincerely, Team Bikeworks.
It seems that things have gotten real. While we don’t want to overreact, we also want to do our part. So our thoughts for running the shop in a responsible way currently include... Keeping the door locked, and only having a few customers at a time; offering to bring product out to customers at their cars; and pick up / delivery repair service if requested (and logistically reasonable for us). So, if you need something, and don’t want to come in, or leave your house, just give us a call, and we’ll get something figured. Thanks!
Hey Party People! The Rocky Mountain demo rig is coming to the ‘Burque on Saturday April 4th. We will be up at the Embudito trailhead, we will be set up at a friends residence, so look for the signs. There will be Elements, Altitudes, Instincts, and Slayers. Bring Helmet, ID and Credit Card. We start at 10am, last bike goes out at 4pm. Woot woot!
Snow Day! We’re calling a snow day tomorrow (Friday 1/17), opening late! We will be opening at Noon. If you’re looking for us, we will be up at Sandia skinning a lap or two.
If you know anything about Bikeworks, you know that we take celebrating Baby Jesus’s birthday pretty seriously around here! As such, we will need to be closed for a few days to prepare and then recover. So.... we are out! We will be back on Friday, 12/27. Happy Holidays! Thanks everyone for making 2019 our best year ever. We have the best customers ever, and we are humbled and amazed by the support you all show us every year. Love you mean it!
Die Hard is a Christmas movie.
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