Kitsbow, Ibis, and Your Neighborhood LBS

by Zach November 09, 2012

We’re well aware that the Kitsbow online experience hardly does justice to the amazing feel of our SASTAN mountain bike Jersey fabric, or the excellent fit of our Soft Shell A/M Shorts. That’s why the the Kitsbow Sprinter will be stretching its legs and hitting the road this Saturday, November 10 for our second demo event. Just a short drive from Kitsbow’s Larkspur office, our friends at Sunshine Bicycles in Fairfax are hosting an Ibis Demo Day, and have been kind enough to invite us along. So as you wait to swoon over the Mojo HD or agonize over whether you’d prefer the Tranny with gears, we’ll have full size runs in our SASTAN Jersey and Soft Shell A/M Shorts available for you to peruse and try on. Note that while we won’t be selling product directly out of the van, rest assured that we will have something special for those in attendance. And speaking of the Mojo, Charlie, our Design Lead is never far from a remark that sings the praises of his SL-R. Not too shabby looking of a bike either, though we think it looks best with our A/M Shorts.

For those of you not within earshot of sleepy Fairfax, California, just because we haven’t quite hashed out the full Kitsbow van try-on/demo schedule just yet, doesn’t mean you can’t give our kit a try on your favorite local trail. Remember our risk-free guarantee: you can try our jersey or short for 30 days, and if you decide for some reason that it’s not what you’re looking for in your mountain biking experience, simply return it for a full refund.

For our Marin friends, see you on Saturday, rain or shine!


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