16 November, 2009

Free Shipping!


We're having a little sale for the holiday season.

All orders over $150 will get free standard shipping.

All orders that include a VO saddle will get free shipping.

The fine print:

This offer does not apply to wheels and frames (because they are over-sized). And it only applies to orders shipped to the continental USA.

The sale starts right now. We've just finished packing today's orders; those few outstanding orders that didn't make it onto today's truck also get the deal.

11 comments:

Neil said...

Are fenders considered "oversized"?

Chris Kulczycki said...

Only frames and wheels are oversized.

Greg said...

I think you mean contiguous. Unless of course you're giving the residents of AK a break. And . . . curses!

EBEEP said...

Do you have a guesstimate for when the 700C 36H PBP rims will be back in stock? How 'bout them 43mm smooth fluted Honjos? Also, any news on the 130mm anti-theft skewers?
Thanks!

Chris Kulczycki said...

The rims will be here very soon, not sure about the other stuff.

Anonymous said...

Did you ever get the Berthoud style flat stays and hardware for Honjo and VO fenders as mentioned on the blog last year?

Anonymous said...

So if you buy a VO saddle only it is free shipping? Because if you just put a saddle in the cart it adds shipping.

Chris Kulczycki said...

With saddles we later delete the shipping for the saddle and everything else you ordered. But the shipping still shows up when you check out. Our shipping software is not smart enough to do it automatically.

Darren said...
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Matthew said...

I'm just now filling up my cart with all the stuff I've been putting off buying...but the squeal-free cartridge road shoes are out of stock?
Good thing I can still qualify without them, but when do you think they'll come in again?

Chris Kulczycki said...

The brake shoes have been selling like crazy and we have more being made, but it may be a couple of months until they arrive. Once again I've severely underestimated demand ;<(