Referral Rewards Program
Are ya’ just loving this whole biking thing? Did you grab a great deal on a new bike at Cyclefit and can’t stop talking to everyone about it? Or, finally bring in that old cruiser bike out of the garage to get fixed up like new?
Many of our new customers are made when happy Cyclefit customers share their great experiences about Cyclefit with their friends, family and even acquaintances.
As a “Thank You” we are initiating a Referral Rewards Program!
$100 account credit for every new customer you bring into Cyclefit to buy a new bike over $1000
Free t-shirt and water bottle for a bike purchase under $999
Thanks for the support!
This referral program is a way for us to say “Thank You” – Without this support from our customers and community, Cyclefit is just another bike shop. The word of mouth from our satisfied customers is integral and a big part of our success.
*New customers only. It must be their first bicycle purchased from Cyclefit.
*Minimum bike value of $1,000 before tax.
*Full price bikes only. Sale bikes are not eligible.
*Rewards to be dispatched 10 days after purchase.
Any higher learnin’ on your resume? “Almost finished with my Associates in Welding Engineering at Delta. Yeah, I’ll have a degree to play with fire.”
Favorite Cyclefit moment? “Raising the Dragon”
I’m super pumped about…..” what? “SUMMER!”
“What do you want to be when you grow up? “Bicycle Frame Builder”
Just who do you think you are? “I’m Rampage ready dog.”
“Nobody knows I’m….” what? “The Park Tool man…ssshhhhhhh”
What exactly is it that you do here? “I’m the guy that cleans and watches everything. I’m sort of a rookie supervisor”
How did you end up here? “Brobean DJ snuck me in and I’ve been doin’ my thing here. Nobody has really noticed.”
Any higher learnin’ on your resume? “I learned myself some knowledge at both Ferris State University and Saginaw Valley State University”
What is it about you that makes everyone else envious? “My natural talent applied to any preferred field gets people pretty heated sometimes.”
Whaddaya do when yer not riding? “What don’t I do when I’m not riding? I’m like that guy from the Dos Equis commercial”
“I’m super pumped about…” what? “…all the slappin’ bikes we have in our shop.”
What is it about you that makes everyone else envious? “What doesn’t?”
What’s your greatest cycling accomplishment? “I ran over a porcupine once and didn’t die”
Whaddaya do when yer not riding? “Judo.”
I’m super pumped about…..” what? “Have you seen my robins egg blue minivan?”
“Before I die I’d like to…” what? “Win the belt, oh wait…” [Ed. Note: Jason and the Saginaw Staff are the holders of THE BELT]. Undisputed.
“What do you want to be when you grow up? “When I get there I’ll let you know.”
Bike Trail Guide – Saginaw
A question we hear a lot at the shop is “Where is there a good place to ride around here?” So we’ve put together a list of a few of our favorite riding spots around Saginaw
Mountain Bike Trail Guide – Fenton
A question we hear a lot at the shop is “Where is there a good place to ride around here?” So we’ve put together a list of a few of our favorite riding spots
- Seven Lakes State Park – A variety of trails beginner to intermediate
- Holdridge Lakes Mountain Bike Trail – Mountain bike trails from beginner to advanced
- Holly State Recreation Area – Great hills for practicing climbs/shifting
- Island Lake Recreational Area – Well marked all skill levels
- Pontiac Lake Recreation Area – A bit more technical, rocky for the more advanced rider
- Highland Recreation Area – A more technical and challenging ride
- DTE Energy Foundation Trail – Amazing mountain biking trails!
- Settlers Park Trail – New trails in Hartland
Any Nickname? “My mom calls me Phil which is short for philosophical….not Doctor Phil!” [Ed. Note – this is the famous Strava Hero known as “Dirt Dave”]
How did you end up here? “sheer luck”
Any higher learnin’ on yer resume? “Bachelors in Electronic Engineering”
Favorite Cyclefit moment? “Anytime a kid leaves with a new bike and a huge smile”
Whats the first bike you ever worked on? “Schwinn Scrambler, age 12”
What do you want to be when you grow up? “I did that once and I prefer a simpler life”
Nobody knows I’m…..” what? “a Master Gardener”