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A bicycle shop on San Francisco’s biggest commuting route that opens at 8am, you say? What a concept! But there’s more…
It’s hard to see how a bicycle shop at the busiest cycling intersection in San Francisco could still feel like a neighborhood bike shop, but that’s what Matt and John down at Market Street Cycles have managed to do. In part it’s because one or both of them is always there, so they have a very real interest in making sure your cycling needs are being taken care of in a friendly, professional and thorough manner But it’s also because these guys are well aware of how it feels to go into a bike shop and feel talked down to, dismissed, or even ignored because the people working there don’t think you fit in with their idea of cycling culture, aren’t “hard-core” enough to warrant their full attention, or just plain don’t care about their work enough to give you proper customer service.
There is no bike shop ‘tude at Market Street Cycles, just honest advice, expert repair, great bikes, and friendly service. Whether you need a quick flat fix, some fenders and lights for the winter weather or a complete overhaul, John and Matt are San Francisco’s go-to bike guys. They are there when and where you need them, at the heart of The City.
If you’re looking for a bike to give as a gift this holiday season, Market Street Cycles is the perfect place to go. They carry the ever-popular and affordable Surly brand. And now that the 2013 Jamis bikes have arrived, all 2012 models are 10% OFF while supplies last.
1592 Market, SF. (415) 255-2453
Secession Art & Design’s holiday collection and party
Secession Art & Design’s holiday collection has arrived! Showcasing over 50 independent designers for men, women, and children, you are sure to find that unique gift for every person on your list and even something special for yourself! Secession curates everything from affordable art, hand-made jewelry, custom coats, urban t-shirts, sweet onesies, and more. The main gallery features original paintings and screenprints by Hilary Williams and hand-cut paper art by Bird Mafia, two artists that have a playful take on the urban and natural world with vibrant colors and intricate textures. Find two working artist studios nestled in our store where you can watch the process of art and jewelry being created by in-house artist Heather Robinson and designer Colleen Mauer.
Please join Secession for their holiday party at 3361 Mission St. on Friday, December 7 from 6:30-9:30pm. Shop, drink, and meet the talented makers. Enjoy complimentary wine, small bites, and DJ.
Secession Art & Design would like to thank you for voting them 2012 SFBG Best Art Gallery in the Bay!
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