Drew is excited to start a busy day and get to work on his bike. On his way to work he gets into a minor accident and his front tire gets bent out of shape. He has no time to go to the store in person, so he decides to visit an online store.
He tries to look for what he needs but quickly realizes the website is not very user friendly, and is hard to navigate. He ends up having to skip work and go to the store in person because the online experience was very frustrating and not very helpful.
Morning ride to work
Here We Go Again! Time to ride to Work.
Ugh! I can't believe this! Now I need a New Tire
Where are the tires?
This Website is so confusing, I feel very frustrated.
Drew is ready to start his day by riding to work. He feels a little worry and skeptical because his front tire has been acting up and he doesn't know how to fix it himself.
On the way to work Drew has a minor accident and his front tire gets completely bent out of shape. He is super bummed and has to look for a reliable bike shop.
Drew hurries home and goes on an online bike store website to make an appointment to fix his bike but the website is very confusing and not very user friendly. He feels frustrated and ends up having to miss work and go to the store in person to fix his bike.
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