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Thread: Performance Bike Is Done, Son

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    Saw today that Vienna store(In Tysons Corner) has "Store closing" sign with 30-50% off. It was after hours, so I couldn't tell what's on sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n18 View Post
    Saw today that Vienna store(In Tysons Corner) has "Store closing" sign with 30-50% off. It was after hours, so I couldn't tell what's on sale.
    Everything's on sale. I bought the stuff you always need-tires, chains, tubes.

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    Gaithersburg is closing too.

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    But Reston will remain. Got that info directly from them last month. Just normal sales going on there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VikingMariner View Post
    But Reston will remain. Got that info directly from them last month. Just normal sales going on there.
    According to the website, all stores are holding store closing sales. https://www.performancebike.com/shop/importantupdate has more information on what's being said (centrally, at least).

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    Quote Originally Posted by LhasaCM View Post
    According to the website, all stores are holding store closing sales. https://www.performancebike.com/shop/importantupdate has more information on what's being said (centrally, at least).
    They are not allowed to call it "Store closing" sale per a judge order. See this other thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n18 View Post
    They are not allowed to call it "Store closing" sale per a judge order. See this other thread.
    Not to "well actually" you, but as of now they are. That changed in a subsequent hearing (held Thursday), which would explain the website posting/notice dated Friday. See https://www.bicycleretailer.com/indu...s#.XA0b62hKiUk (I'll add it in that other thread as well).

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    Sad news. Performance has been the gateway drug to many a cycling addiction.

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    I always thought Performance was a high-end shop. Too bad it is going.

    Bob

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    They are closing all their Brick & Mortar stores, but what about the online store? Is that also shutting down? Online prices don't seem to be slashed by 30-50% at this time.

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