Devinci demo weekend in Park City, Utah – come ride some of the best-designed trail bikes on the market on some of the finest trails in the world – for free! Park City Bike Demos, Cycles Devinci and Park City Brewery invite you to join us this weekend for two free Salt Lake/Park City Devinci bike demo days! On Saturday, August 12th, the Devinci demo truck will be at the PCBD demo center at 1500 Kearns Blvd.; and on Sunday, August 13th, the Devinci demo fleet will be at Park City Brewery, next to the Glenwild/Bad Apple trailhead.
We added Devinci mountain bikes to our fleet after we tried the Devinci Troy Carbon 27.5 trail bike at the Moab Outerbike demo in 2015. We were blown away by the Troy’s versatility and great handling on all kinds of terrain, climbing and descending. Devinci’s Split-Pivot suspension design is super plush, climbs great and their bikes are built with a thoughtful balance of reliability and light weight. Ultimately, the proof is in the ride and our customers voted with their wallets making the Devinci Troy our best-selling bike in 2016.
Besides the Troy, the Park City Devinci demo will include the Devinci Marshall 27.5+ “traction” bike, the Devinci Django 27.5 trail/XC bike and the Devinci Django 29, a very remarkable 29er trail bike that’s a whole lot more than the numbers suggest. Whether or not you’re a fan of 29ers, we highly recommend you give the Django 29 a try. Even people who usually prefer 27.5 bikes are impressed with it.
If you haven’t ridden a Devinci mountain bike before, make sure to block out some time this weekend so you can find out what they’re all about. There should be plenty of bikes to ride and trail conditions are looking really good. If you need more convincing, here’s a video we made at the last Park City Devinci bike demo, back in June at Park City Brewery. Everyone who got out on a Devinci that weekend was really impressed – especially our main stunt rider and beer model for this video, Colton Rice.
The Devinci demo truck will be at Park City Bike Demos at 1500 Kearns Blvd. on Saturday, August 12th; and Park City Brewery, next to the Glenwild/Bad Apple trailhead on Sunday the 13th. Demo bikes will be available on a first-come-first-serve basis from about 9 AM until approximately 4:30 PM. Make sure to bring your own helmet, pedals and a valid ID and be prepared to fill out a waiver and spend a few minutes getting set up. And on Sunday, don’t forget your beer money!