Find the perfect bike, get up to 20 percent of Y-Not Cycling & Fitness on Nov. 29 and 30

The team at Y-Not Cycling & Fitness has over 80 years combined experience in the bicycle business. They use this knowledge to find the perfect bicycle that each customer will be excited about riding for years to come.

The high-quality built to last bicycles available at Y-Not are produced by one of the last American owned and operated bicycle companies. The bicycles carry a full tire-to-tire two-year warranty.

“Our goal is to provide such great service that our customers walk away saying "WOW,” said Eric Petersen, Y-Not Cycling & Fitness Owner,

Find the perfect bike, get up to 20 percent of Y-Not Cycling & Fitness on Nov. 29 and 30

Everything in stock will be up to 20 percent off on Nov. 29 and 30. Some restrictions may apply.

Y-Not cycling advises customers about where to ride their bicycles. They also have weekly (weather permitted) group rides that continue inside through the winter months. The annual Christmas Lights Bicycle RIDE is scheduled for Dec. 12 at 6 p.m. 

“We are excited about the future of our area and the future of local fitness activities,” Petersen said. “Spending your money with us allows us to support local trails and cycling groups that bigger, out of town entities do not support.”

Petersen said he hopes the area’s recreational trails will be part of the state and national trail system some day. “We are so very spoiled with great attractions that sometimes we take them for granted.”

Find the perfect bike, get up to 20 percent of Y-Not Cycling & Fitness on Nov. 29 and 30

Currently, the team is busy fixing and donating gently used bicycles to churches and other nonprofits. Employees also donate their time to outreach missions and to support local trails and cycling clubs.

Y-Not has the goal of becoming the area’s elite provider of bicycles and electric assist bicycles. The store will rent ebikes in 2020, and Petersen plans to double his stock of e-bikes in the next three years.

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