Pivot Demo Event This Sunday - Spokes Bikes MTB Demo in Willow Springs, IL

Jul 29, 2019
by Pivot Cycles  


Pivot Demo Event - Spokes Bikes MTB Demo

Location: Wolf Rd, Willow Springs, IL 60480, Willow Springs, IL 60480
Date: August 3, 2019
Time: 9am to 4 pm


Are you ready for a great day of riding? Come on down to Pulaski Woods Grove for an awesome day on the trails with the staff from Spokes Bikes and Pivot Cycles! Pivot will have a fleet of our latest and greatest for you to demo. We hope to see you there!



For more information contact Muneer at (630) 690-2050 or check out spokesbikes.com

AVAILABLE DEMO BIKES:

Trail 429
XS, S, M, L, XL

Mach 5.5 Carbon
XS, S, M, L, XL

Mach 6 Carbon
XS, S, M, L, XL

Switchblade Carbon
XS, S, M, L, XL

Firebird 29
S, M, L, XL

Mach 4 SL
XS, S, M, L, XL

Vault
M, L

Palos Forest Preserve Mountain Biking Trails

Please see the demo page on our website for more information and upcoming dates Pivot Demo Tour.


MENTIONS: @pivotcycles



7 Comments

  • + 1
 Woo-hoo! hometown trails on Pinkbike! I'll be there getting ready for the meltdown. Save me a XL 5.5.
  • + 1
 Hey, I used to work for Spokes. Hi Mo.
  • + 0
 Man Chicago (or really Chicagoland) is a sad place for riding/outdoor recreating in general
  • + 1
 Well no shit. Sad to say Wi isn’t much better. Both require quite a bit of driving to get to the goods
  • + 2
 @dro-cfr: You should come up to Madison, we've got some pretty legit stuff here.

My statement more had to do with the fact that it sucks that such a major metropolitan area, with that much money floating around, doesn't have more/better outdoor opportunity. I put most of the blame on the State of Illinois and really on Coook County Parks Department in particular. Compare Chicago to someplace like, Minneapolis for instance. Both large metropolitan areas, but Minneapolis/St.Paul has a much greater ability to engage in active recreating outdoors (i.e. not just sitting in a park or riding hybrid bike through a crushed gravel path as wide as a two lane road that's been cut straight through the woods).

I used to live in work in ILL and part of the problem is that when it comes to biking, the State things of bike paths and when they think of bike paths they always look to the local of state DOT to design and build them, which is less than ideal.
  • + 1
 @BadgerBacker: agreed. I do get up there quite often and have seen it evolve. Used to work there and both parents and brother live in Madison. Cheers
  • + 1
 Palos is famous now!

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