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Renovations Part 2

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This is looking towards the front door from the bike parts and repair area. All that drywall is going up Monday!

Looking towards the Door

Ok....This is our Point of Sale.  It used to be in the Beer and Wine Store and we are recycling it...in keeping with the philosophy of the Cowichan Green Community.  In fact there is a LOT of recycling going on in the new location!

Point of Sale to be

Ah...bigger than I expected this is going to be my office...room for me and the girls (Bind and Keli our dogs) and a couch ... oh and my desk and filing cabinets.  Bottom line?  There's going to be room for frequent visitors to pop in and say hi.

Sandra's Office

Looking at the back door from the repair shop.  You'll be able to roll your bikes in  for repair through the door that used to lead into the Pub.  There have been suggestions that we keep a cold keg in the back....it's being discussed. 

Renos 2

Looking toward the northern wall....the windows have been opened up again.  That used to be the cooler and the windows were blocked up.  Opening up those windows brings so much more into the store  and lights it up beautifully.Renos 2

Finally, this is David's dedicated fitting room.  We're off to Arizona next week where David is taking the advanced Trek bike fitting course.  More on that later.  This view is looking south towards the Duncan Garage.  We'll have a television on the wall here and a few comfy chairs so people can relax and watch the Tour de France. 

Renovations 2

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I've crisscrossed the globe as a competitor for many years, but I rarely ventured beyond the mountain resorts that contests are held in. As I get older, I've started pushing to escape the industry bubble and get off the beaten path more. — Gully


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