Update Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We know you have all gotten many of these emails, but we wanted to update you on our operations. It is an unprecedented and unsure time right now with the virus having grown into a worldwide pandemic and now affecting the USA.

Even though schools are out, major sporting leagues have cancelled seasons, businesses are temporarily shutting down, large events are cancelled…

Riding Your Bike is NOT Cancelled!

And that is a very good thing. We all love getting out on our bikes and especially during a time like this we should take the time to enjoy rolling on the road, gravel, trails or trainer. We are here as always to service your bike needs.

Currently, we plan to remain OPEN Regular Hours.

We continue to monitor the CDC and Georgia Department of Public Health’s recommendations. As new information emerges, we will continue to assess the risks and make necessary adjustments to our hours and operations.

We are also working to keep the shop virus free with daily sanitation of high touch and trafficked surfaces, plenty of hand washing and hand sanitizer. Good ol “social distancing” is also being practiced (not our norm as we are definitely huggers, hand shakers and fist bumpers).

We ask of course that you do your part to protect anyone visiting the shop and please do not visit the shop if you are sick or have been exposed to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). This would include the following:

  • If you have tested positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19) or have any signs of illness including fever, cough, runny nose, etc.
  • If you have recently traveled overseas to an affected country or an affected area in the US.
  • If you have been in contact/exposed to people who have traveled to affected countries or areas
  • If you have been in contact/exposed to people who have the Coronavirus (COVID-19) or who are experiencing signs of illness

We encourage you to get the most accurate, up-to-date information from the Centers for Disease Control and Georgia Department of Public Health. And follow the CDC Recommendations to protect yourself and limit/stop the spread of the disease.

Be safe and stay healthy.
Curtis & Crew