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    Modesto Riders

    Just wondering if there are any Modesto Riders on here? I haven't been riding the Dry Creek Trails or even around town that much the last few years and now it seems there are bikes everywhere. I must have seen 40-50 MTB riders over the last 2-3 days on the trails.....pretty cool, looks like the sport is growing

    Where do you folks shop for your bikes and bike gear?

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    World of Wheels

    Quote Originally Posted by kelster1574 View Post
    Where do you folks shop for your bikes and bike gear?
    World of Wheels.

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    Fun Sport Bikes

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    Cyclemasters in Turlock

    George's Bikes in Ripon
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    Wow

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    Funsport is owned by the same guys that own World of Wheels and that's where they are based. Much bigger store and higher end bikes. Gary at Cyclemasters is a fantastic mechanic.

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    World of Wheels and Fun Sport seem to be the longest standing (same owners, brothers right?). I have purchased stuff from both....even bought a Giant Boulder for my son at WOW this morning. I buy and have always bought most of my gear from Cycle Masters. Gary is the man........

    Is George's right off the overpass, near the fire station?

    Economy Bikes on Coffee is pretty good. Stan the owner seems to be geared toward Fixie's and Cruisers but he handles pretty much everything, seems like a cool dude. FYI - He is the local Kona dealer and they are having a Swap Meet with BBQ and Music on Sunday 24th

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    If you want to hook up with Modesto riders, Dry Creek Trail Riders currently have 232 members on Facebook.
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    I just bought a downhill and looking for a place to ride within an hour or so. I've done Pinecrest peak a few times - any other suggestions? Used to mx at Dogtown/Coulterville, anyone DH there? I think you could shuttle with a truck pretty easy. Sonora?

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    Also, head mechanic at World of Wheels is honest and won't waste your money selling stuff you don't need.

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