We’re back with another quick update regarding changes due to Covid19.  In an effort to ensure that we’re meeting all new guidelines and the needs of the community, while providing the safest possible work environment for our employees, Ranch Camp has implemented changes to our shop and practices.

Bar & Restaurant
We are now takeout-only service.  Ranch Camp’s complete menu including our vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free meals are all available to-go. We’ve got curbside pickup available and are encouraging payment over the phone.  Just give us a call to place your order: (802) 253-2753. Call upon arrival and we’ll meet you in the parking lot. (Note there is no eating/drinking in-house)

We also new offer food & beer delivery throughout Stowe. But wait, what about my bike you say?  We’re glad you asked.

Bike Shop
Recognizing that this is a time of both great uncertainty and also a need for healthy release, the bike shop will remain open.  We will limit capacity to no more than four individuals in the shop at a time. Similar to the restaurant, we’ll offer curbside dropoff and pickup for any service work, and are also offering free pickup and delivery from your home or business.  We’ll continue to exercise consistent sanitation practices with every bike that comes through the door and will return all service bikes fully sanitized (focusing primarily on touch points like the grips, saddle, top tube, etc.).

If you’re interested in learning more about some of the bikes we carry and would rather not visit us in person, we’re always available by phone: (802) 253-2753.  Bike fitting and test rides (as the weather / our parking lot permit) will be available, again following a strict sanitization process for each bike that exits or enters the building, while also adhering to social distancing guidelines.

Feel free to call us anytime and we’ll take as much time as needed to help you make the most informed bike buying decision you can. You can also drop us an email ([email protected]) and we can arrange a time to talk.  And in the words of all of our moms: wash your hands, honey.

Stay safe, help your neighbors, and let’s get through this together.