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    CO bike shop recommendations

    Can anyone recommend some good bike shops in CO.

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    I know some great bikes shops

    It depends where you live, but The Bike Station on 3015 Youngsfield St is a great place to go. The people are nice which is sometimes hard to find and they very knowledgable.
    Another one is Performance Bicycles in Westminster.
    I don't recommend going to Derby Bicycles in Northglenn because they are jerks who could really care less about helping people.

    Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeDtrek6500
    I don't recommend going to Derby Bicycles in Northglenn because they are jerks who could really care less about helping people.

    Hope this helps.

    I could not have said this any better..It must be the 85,000 Lexus he ( Bill ) Drives..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jh251
    Can anyone recommend some good bike shops in CO.

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    Colorado is quite a large state, any area inparticular?


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    the search function please... discussed ad nauseam already.
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    I don't recommend going to Derby Bicycles in Northglenn because they are jerks who could really care less about helping people.
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    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

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    You don't even have to get out of the "As" to find two great shops: Alpha Bikes and Adventure Cycles are two of my favorites. Great people working at both shops: knowledgeable, friendly, and dedicated to customer service. I can't say enough good things about my local bike shops!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeDtrek6500
    It depends where you live, but The Bike Station on 3015 Youngsfield St is a great place to go. The people are nice which is sometimes hard to find and they very knowledgable.
    Another one is Performance Bicycles in Westminster.
    I don't recommend going to Derby Bicycles in Northglenn because they are jerks who could really care less about helping people.

    Hope this helps.
    I wonder how Derby stays is business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jh251
    I wonder how Derby stays is business.
    There are ZERO other bike shops east of I - 25 in the N Metro.

    Still, I'd rather go to Target.
    the drugs made me realize it's not about the drugs

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    Mojo Wheels hands down. http://www.mojowheels.com

    They have exactly one million bikes in stock.

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    Pro cycling in Colorado springs is the bomb. Brian, the mechanic there, is the best in town. imo

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    I've seen a lot of bikeshops, and by far, i was most impressed with Mojo. Just tons of ****. Esp if you're a freeride/DH'er. And no attitude

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    Quote Originally Posted by joelalamo45
    Mojo Wheels hands down. http://www.mojowheels.com

    They have exactly one million bikes in stock.
    I would agree with this 100%!!!!!! I am a HUGE supporter of this shop.

    I live in Colorado Springs and searched long and far for a down to earth bike shop that wasnt always tyring to sell me on Carbon components and charging me $20 to fix my "Flux Capacitor". When I found Mojo, the experience was damn near sublime, I told them what I wanted/was looking for, they worked with me to narrow it down and then they hooked it up. Not to mention they have taken care of my ass in some pretty tight situations with outstanding outcomes (i.e. busted RP23 2 days before going to Moab). . . . .

    Because of my consistent (great) experiences with them, I drive 150 miles round trip for all my major maintenance, purchases and will not give in to online shopping. My only wish is that they would open up here in the Springs, but I cant have it all. They would give some much needed competition here for sure!!!

    Beacuase of my expereince, I havent invested a lot of time in other shops (especially with some of the elitist attitudes you find here), so I may be bias, but with the service and experience I have had there, why look back. ****, Ive even convinced 4 other people here in the Springs to buy bikes from them just based off of the stories/issues I have had in comparisson to shops here. They are now hands down supporters as well.

    Bob, Nial, Lisa, the whole crew. Super cool, no nonsense people that just love the sport.

    Highly Recomended!
    Last edited by "Chandler"; 07-28-2008 at 11:28 AM.

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    Salvagetti is another good, knowledgeable and ego-free shop in Denver. I have rented from Golden Bike Shop, and they were super cool as well.

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