This week: 2023 custom kit launch
For over 12 years we've designed cycling and triathlon kits for our friends and clients. I am always humbled when someone choses to wear our shop colors. I see it as a subtle confirmation that we're doing something right.
With that said, the team at Tri Town and I are excited to release the 5th edition of the Tri Town training and racing kits. This season we've partnered with Castelli, the famous Italian cycling clothier. The design uses a deep blue tone-on-tone theme, with bold white features highlighting our roots right here in Boise, Idaho. The back of the jersey displays a silhouette of the Boise skyline. This is our highest quality jersey we have ever created, and we would be proud to have you wear the shop colors.
Some helpful ordering details:
- Place your orders on our website before Monday, February 20th and receive a 20% discount. Use discount code TTKIT20% at checkout.
- Want to put half down, and the remainder upon delivery? Please call us (208-297-7943) or email [email protected] to do so.
- Only order your kit online if you want to pre-pay for your kits in full.
- We expect the kits to be delivered in early - mid April, 2023.
- You don't have to be a pro or elite athlete to wear our kits!
- Any questions or concerns? Please give us a call at 208-297-7943, or stop by the shop, or simply respond to this email.
Events I'm looking forward to:
We are hosting a free seminar with Master Rossiter Instructor Ellen Argo on Saturday, February 25th at 10am. The "Rossiter Stretching Method” can help you experience immediate pain relief and get back to physical activity quickly and without pain. Learn more about the seminar here and please RSVP by responding to this email.
Quote that struck a chord:
"Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influence of the earth." Henry David Thoreau
Yesterday morning I spent the first hours of the day backcountry then nordic skiing with friends. It was a gorgeous morning that reminded me of why I love Boise: great people, variable terrain, and easy access to play.
Afterwards, back down in the valley, a neighbor told me he cannot wait for the end of winter. I had to laugh. The unfortunate thing is not the cold weather, cloud coverage, or short days of the winter months, but the opportunity he has missed to enjoy what winter has to offer.
Life truly is what you make of it.
Tri Town Bicycles