Excellent Customer Service

I purchased my Continental 4000 from Bike Tires Direct. As I stated below, I sent them an e-mail last night telling them of my sidewall puncture. They are sending a replacement tire and based on my desire to use this bike in our Saturday club ride, they will get me the replacement tire on Friday.

This is excellent support. I purchased my NiteRider Flight system from them and then the pair of Continental 4000 tires. I recommend this company for your consideration. I do not have an association with Bike Tires Direct, other than being a thankful customer–please read my disclaimer.

Thanks Jay for your quick reply to my e-mail and the arrangement you made to meet my tire needs for this weekend.

New Riding Partners–David & Ashley

Today I rode the DF for @18 miles with David Bascombe and his 16-year old daughter, Ashley. I met them during the Cross Creek Cycling Club’s hosting of the 2006 Dragon’s Challenge Omnium. David is a new C4 member. They ride a Trek Tamdem. It was fun riding with the two of them. Thanks guys!


On the way home, I receive a rear-side-wall puncture on my Continental 4000. I have a road hazard warranty from the company from which I purchased the tires. I’ve sent them an e-mail. I now await their reply.

Here is the GPS stuff from MotionBased for this ride. We rode the local Cape Fear Trail and then a few local streets.

BTW, here are the Omnium’s results:
Roadies will like these!

Time Trial
Road Race
Criterium
Omnium

The race results above are from the Cross Creek Cycling Club (C4) Website.

We spent our weekend supporting the above events.

Here is a local news story. Check photo #3 in the news story and enlarge it.

2006 Dragon’s Challenge Omnium Results:

Time Trial
Road Race
Criterium
Omnium

The race results above are from the Cross Creek Cycling Club (C4) Website.

I spent my weekend supporting the above events. Here is a local news story. Check photo #3 in the news story and enlarge it.

I have one more weekend to continue my training effort for the Florida Tour. Today, I got in a 18-mile DF ride. I hope to do a 30-mile S-XP ride tomorrow. This is also the day the rear wheel is to be rebuilt. Time is getting short. There is still much to do.

2006 MS-150 Bike Tour

Interested in ending the devastating effects of multiple sclerosis and riding 30, 75, or 100 miles, then join me and other riders in New Bern, North Carolina for this year’s MS-150. You’ll find bikes of all types: DFs, mountain, & bents. I am blessed to be a member of the 2006 Jewelry Boomerang Club, listed as rider #275. That means I turned in contribution totaling over $750.