would it be odd
Sounds like a recipe for slow-moving stock to me. No-one needs a jetboil who doesn't have time to shop around. And if you need an emergency jetboil you might well also need an emergency therma-rest, emergency tent pegs and an emergency ice-axe. If you didn't stock all that the punter would only go to an outdoor shop anyway, wouldn't they? 🙂Posted 8 years ago
if your bike shop sold bits like Jetboil's?
I used one this weekend and was really impressed by it and could forsee some of our customers wanting to buy one.
Do you guys think it would be the sort of thing you would be keen on seeing in bike shops. Presumably a lot of you would be the camping type, SITS/Mayhem/annual trip away and need them.
Would you buy one from a bike shop if they had them?
Opinions please.Posted 8 years ago
OK, this is creepy. I hadn't spotted it before, but I've just seen the OP's nom de plume….
Hmmm, outdoor kit alongside a bike shop? Now, if only someone had tried that. I dunno, maybe in Covent Garden and a range of other city centre locations.
And, maybe you could, after much deliberation, decide to call it The Bike Chain.
As I did.Posted 8 years agogonefishinMember
Well a few years ago Tiso (a large player in the scottish outdoor marker) bought over Alpine Bikes (a large player in the scottish biking market). Outside of their "Outdoor Experience" stores they sell very little that is common across the stores as there is quite simply not the market for it. If you want biking stuff, go to a bike shop. If you want camping stuff, go to an outdoors shop.Posted 8 years ago
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