Masi Legacy Showroom

Posted on June 04, 2016 by Jared Kennedy | 0 comments

Greenstreet Cycles is proud to introduce the Masi Legacy Showroom. With more than 90 years of heritage on display, the Masi Legacy gallery displays Masi’s dedication to presenting the contemporary steel frame bicycles that push the limit while staying true to the roots of what makes the brand special.

The Legacy Showroom features four main categories of Masi bikes—including:

  • The classic road series which includes the Gran Criterium and our one-of-a-kind handmade Masi Legacy Gran Criterium.

  • Single speed and fixed gear bikes including the Fixed Uno Riser, Fixed Riser and Speciale Sprint.

  • Commuter series models including the Strada Vita Uno, Strada Vita Uno Bellisima, Stada Vita Due and Strada Vita Tre.

  • Adventure models including cross, gravel, touring and audax including the CX, CX Comp, CXGR, CXGR Supremo, Giramondo and Randonneur.

          Our passion for the brand is matched only by the Masi dedication to excellence in build quality, rider experience and striking aesthetic. Come on in. Check out the perfect union of elegance, character, and versatility showcased in our Masi Legacy Gallery through June 10.

          Don't forget, our Masi Legacy Showroom will culminate in Omaha's first ever Caffeine Cat, June 10th at 6:00p.m. Register today or get left behind.

          Photos courtesy of Jared Kennedy. Original artwork courtesy of Masi Bikes & Christopher Dorwart.

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          Register Now For The Greenstreet Caffeine Cat race presented by Masi Bikes

          Posted on June 04, 2016 by Bentley Swan | 0 comments

          On June 10th, 2016, Cyclists will participate in a free-for-all-bike race to visit participating coffee shops, purchase an espresso shot and obtain a sticker proving their visit. The first female and first male cyclist back at Greenstreet with every sticker will win a Masi Fixed Riser Single Speed Bicycle.

          There is no entry fee. Register here. We ask that you review our Rider Safety & Etiquette Guidelines in advance. Pell Duvall from Omaha Bikes will be at the shop at 5:30 to present these guidelines. All entrants will need to sign the Greenstreet Event Liability Waiver in advance of your participation. You can print this form off in advance and bring it in to help ensure a timely start.

          Four to five coffee shops will be announced and the competitors can decide the route they will take. Competitors must purchase an espresso at each participating coffee shop. Once they have purchased an espresso they will be given a sticker proving that they had been there. A photo must be taken of the beverage with a Greenstreet Cycles logo in the picture to further prove that they were there. Participants are encouraged to share these photos with #caffeinecat, #masibikes #greenstreetcycles and tag participating coffee shops.

          The “most entertaining” male and female cyclist will each receive a Specialized Prevail helmet ($200 value). This category will be judged by the baristas at Mug Life Coffee with input from other participating coffee shops.

          Riders will be given until 9:00 p.m. to return with stickers, at which point the awards ceremony will begin. Post race festivities will include live music, refreshments and libations with a $5 suggested donation to Omaha Bikes.


          Registration for the Caffeine Cat is now open.

          Riders who have not registered in advance could be faced with a late start. Leave yourself enough time for registration and to be at the start line by 5:50 pm.

          For pre-registration stop into Greenstreet Cycles anytime prior to the event date during regular business hours.

          Rules, Guidelines and Manners

          Barista’s will have the discretion whether or not to distribute stickers to participants. If the competitor is rude to the barista and attempts to cut in line or rush other patrons, they may not be awarded a sticker. It is at the participant’s choosing if they consume the shot of espresso or not. It still must be purchased in order to receive a sticker. Riders may not call ahead to a coffee shop to order. All coffee shops have been alerted and will make drinks in the order competitors arrive.

          Riders must sign a liability waiver to participate at their own risk. All cycling traffic laws must be observed. We ask that all riders review our safety and etiquette guidelines in advance. If anything is deemed out of line then the competitor will risk being disqualified. Keep it clean, safe and have fun!

           Call 402.505.8002 or email us at with questions and concerns.

          Posted in Aroma's Coffeehouse, Caffeine Cat, Masi, Masi Bikes, Masi Legacy Showroom

          Closed for Memorial Day!

          Posted on May 29, 2016 by Matt Copeland | 0 comments

          Greenstreet Cycles will be closed for Memorial Day. We will reopen on Tuesday May 31st at our usual time. We wish everyone a safe and fun Memorial Day! 

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          Omaha Bike Registration

          Posted on May 26, 2016 by Matt Copeland | 0 comments

          Greenstreet will be holding a sign up for Omaha Bike on May 28th from 10 am to 2 pm. During this event there will be sign ups for Midwest Gran Fondo, Omaha Biathlon and Omaha Bike. 

          During this sign up event Greenstreet will offer some day of promotions:

          Promotions included with registration*

          - FREE Greenstreet Cycles Purist Water Bottle
          - FREE drink of your choice at Mug Life Coffee
          - 50% off bicycle rental for event (can use for friends & family)
          - 25% off any tune-up (prior to event - first come, first serve)
          - 25% off gear & accessories
          - 10% off new bike purchase
          - $10 worth of Taste of Omaha event tickets.
          * Offer good day of Registration Event (May 28, 2016) only.
          * $10 late registration fee will be waived if you register at this event.

           There is more information on our Facebook page at: 

          Posted in Group Ride, Omaha Bike, Omaha Bike Registration, Taste Of Omaha

          Tour De Cure Sign Up

          Posted on May 19, 2016 by Matt Copeland | 0 comments

          This Saturday May 21st Tour de Cure will be set up inside of Greenstreet cycles from 10 am to 2 pm.  If you sign up during this event your entry fee will be $5 with a special Greenstreet Promo. Along with a reduced registration fee you will receive free socks and a free Tour de Cure water bottle courtesy of Greenstreet and ADA. Greenstreet will also off 50% off rentals, 25% off accessories 5% off tune ups and 10% off any bikes sold the day of the sign up event!

          Tour de Cure is a ride organized by American Diabetes Association to raise money to help find a cure for diabetes and support their mission. Each Tour de Cure rider has a fundraising minimum of $200. These funds are used to support the mission of preventing, curing diabetes and to improve the lives of all people affected by diabetes.

          The ride will kick off at 8 am June 18th at Stintion park in Aksarben. There are Three available routes: 10 miles, 25 mile and 50 miles. Grab a friend and create a team or join a team today and make the pledge to become a Red Rider!

          For more information on Tour de Cure and their mission click the banner below

          Posted in ADA, American Diabetes Association, Red Rider, Tour de Cure

          Friday May 20th Omaha's Bike to Work Day!

          Posted on May 19, 2016 by Matt Copeland | 0 comments

          Friday, May 20th is the Annual Bike to Work Day organized by Live Well Omaha. Greenstreet Cycles and Mug Life Coffee Lab & Roastery would like to help you along your way! From 6 am to 9 am we will have a Commuter Appreciation Station set up outside of our shops at 24th Ave & Harney. We will have fresh Mug Life Coffee, Agua Fresca and Filtered Water available to help fuel your commute along with some snacks for purchase. We will also have a mechanic stationed outside to help you get to work! 



          Posted in Bicycle Commute, Bike Month, Bike to Work Day, Commuter, Commuter Appreciation Station, Live Well Omaha, May, National Bike To Work Day

          The Annual Mayor's Ride

          Posted on May 19, 2016 by Matt Copeland | 0 comments

          Tonight is the annual Mayors Ride. Join Omaha's Mayor Jean Stothert, Bellevue Mayor Rita Sanders, and Council Bluffs Mayor Matt Walsh for the ceremonial from the Nebraska side of the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge to the Lewis and Clark Landing.

          When: 5:00p.m.

          Where: Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge

          Afterwards Omaha Bikes will have some exciting announcements and will be hosting Handlebar Happy Hour at Local where there will be complimentary appetizers!  

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