Mystery Installation

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What is that yellow chariot thing in front of Electric Cyclery?  It’s a pedal-operated time machine of our own design.  It only goes forward in time and really slowly, a little faster if you’re having a good time.

clue hoo electric cycleryIt is also a “clue producing gadget” for ClueHoo, an app-based, interactive urban scavenger hunt currently operating in Laguna Beach.

An enjoyable activity for groups of all sizes, ClueHoo is essentially a walking tour of Laguna Beach with puzzles, riddles and lots of interactive clues.

Southern California locals are in luck because ClueHoo is using Laguna as a testing ground before expanding to cities across North America. Check out ClueHoo online and book your adventure. Its a great way to get to know our lovely little town and something fun to do while we’re working on your bike.

cluehoo_electric_cycleryThere are 42 ClueHoo gadgets scattered around Laguna Beach but ours is unique and electric bike themed.

Designed in cooperation with Electric Cyclery, the ClueHoo Chariot uses a retired Bionx motor to activate a device in our workshop window.

We can’t say more – its supposed to be a mystery.

Who was that masked man?

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The Jarritos Urban Luchador recently and unexpectedly dropped by the Electric Cyclery showroom bringing menacing vibes and refreshing gifts for customers and staff alike.

Known for dramatic entrances, the Urban Luchador seemed threatening at first. His presence suggested imminent danger but he turned out to be a friend to all.

The mysterious masked man quickly unloaded a few ice cold cases of delicious Jarritos Mexican Soda (That’s Jarritos fruit flavored sodas made with natural ingredients and real sugar.) while never saying a word.

electric_cyclery_jarritos The Urban Luchador seemed to relax after a while and even performed some random feats of strength for the crowd that had gathered.

Then as suddenly as he came, the Jarritos Urban Luchador hopped on one of our electric test ride bikes and he was gone, last seen heading south on the Pacific Coast Highway. We wish him well.

He’s not from here.

Respect the Mask.