Trade Up to a Renovo with NAHBS and The Pro's Closet!


February 16, 2017

It's been a few years since we've made the journey to the North American Handmade Bicycle Show, but we're excited to be making our return in 2017. 

We're going to be bringing our newest bikes like the John Day and Fatash, as well as perennial faves like the Aerowood and Pursuit, plus a couple sweet custom bikes owned by our customers. If you're in or around Salt Lake City, this is a great chance to check out the beauty of our work; and see the creations of a couple dozen smaller bike makers from one-person garage outfits to the "big-small" manufacturers. 

One of the cool things happening at this year's NAHBS is the unique opportunity for riders attending the show in Salt Lake City to trade in one of their current bikes toward a new ride thanks to the "Trade Up" program from The Pro's Closet and NAHBS.

It's a pretty simple proposition- you take a couple pictures of the bike you want to trade in, upload them along with some information, and The Pro's Closet reviews your submission and gives your bike a preliminary valuation. If you like the numbers, you can move forward and get a voucher to bring to the NAHBS floor, where you can use it as cash toward a new bike from Renovo (or someone else if you must.) 

We hope to see you in Salt Lake City!



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