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AB-Bikes Meeting

Written by Boston Biker on Aug 25

August 26, 2008
7:00 pm

Got this in my email today

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Our next A-Bbikes meeting is tomorrow, Tues. 8/26 at 7pm… and Marty will be hosting us at geekhouse bikes!

Geekhouse bikes is located at 15 West Sorrento Street… see herefor more info!

In addition to the usual agenda of (re)introductions and updates, we’ll have coupons to give to A-Bbikers for discounts from some of our other partners, including:
– 10% off all bikes at the SkiMarket Boston store
– 15% off one full price item at REI (while supplies of coupons last, some exclusions apply)

We plan to have some refreshments this time, so if you plan to show…please let us know!

We hope to see you there…


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