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    Denver LBS

    All...I am in Denver all week for business. I can't believe I am in CO and won't have a chance to ride!! Oh, well. I would like to check out some of the LBS's in the area. I am staying in the Denver Tech Center area. Any decent shops worth visiting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xdefx
    All...I am in Denver all week for business. I can't believe I am in CO and won't have a chance to ride!! Oh, well. I would like to check out some of the LBS's in the area. I am staying in the Denver Tech Center area. Any decent shops worth visiting?

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    If you're into such things, the Bicycle Village in Aurora is stupid big. And speaking of super big, the REI flagship store is also of that size (downtown location).
    Take the long cut, we'll get there eventually.

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    Thanks....

    Quote Originally Posted by Debaser
    If you're into such things, the Bicycle Village in Aurora is stupid big. And speaking of super big, the REI flagship store is also of that size (downtown location).
    Sweet, I had heard of Wheat Ridge, will have to stop in.

    I will also check out that REI (love that place) and Bicycle Village!

    Thanks.

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    Mojo Wheels is worth checking out. Very cool people and a very cool shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Singlespeedster
    You won't regret stopping by for a visit with us at Wheat Ridge Cyclery.
    I'll second that. WRC has the some of the best staff of any bike store I've ever been to.
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    Bike Source is very near the Tech Center, right off of 470, and has some nice stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by s1ngletrack
    Bike Source is very near the Tech Center, right off of 470, and has some nice stuff
    They've got the best "merchandised" product, imho. Nice looking place. An easier shopping experience than looking at bikes stacked 3 high to the ceiling at BV.
    Take the long cut, we'll get there eventually.

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    I would definitely recommend Mojo Wheels. If you are a downhiller or freerider, this is definitely the shop to check out. They have equipment on their floor you usually only find in the catalogs, and all the folks that work there are awesome and they will price match anyone. http://www.mojowheels.com

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    Definitely not the local bike shop cool factor, but the Supergo in Westminster has some smoking deals that are usually worth a look. Be prepared for lots of employee interaction as they usually have a 3 to 1 employee to customer ratio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mango
    Definitely not the local bike shop cool factor, but the Supergo in Westminster has some smoking deals that are usually worth a look. Be prepared for lots of employee interaction as they usually have a 3 to 1 employee to customer ratio.

    There's a Supergo in Westminster? How the heck did I miss that?

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    Don't forget about Performance. They are actually in the tech center. I know, i'm there almost 3 times a week on my lunch break.
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    cool....

    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbike24_7
    Don't forget about Performance. They are actually in the tech center. I know, i'm there almost 3 times a week on my lunch break.
    Thanks again everyone, looks like I will have free nights Wed, Thurs, and Fri - so should be able to hit a few spots.

    Later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xdefx
    Thanks again everyone, looks like I will have free nights Wed, Thurs, and Fri - so should be able to hit a few spots.

    Later.

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    I also recommend Mojo Wheels, great shop!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bikeandski
    I also recommend Mojo Wheels, great shop!
    Went to Bike Source last night, nice place.

    Going to Mojo tonight....

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    Mojo Rocks!

    Quote Originally Posted by xdefx
    Went to Bike Source last night, nice place.

    Going to Mojo tonight....
    Went to Mojo Wheels tonight, great shop!! Everyone was very cool, I hung and talked to a couple guys for a while, picked up a few things. Tons of great stuff for sure, good call everyone, thanks.

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    Supergo price match !

    Quote Originally Posted by mango
    Definitely not the local bike shop cool factor, but the Supergo in Westminster has some smoking deals that are usually worth a look. Be prepared for lots of employee interaction as they usually have a 3 to 1 employee to customer ratio.
    They are so slow @ supergo they will price match off the internet! Today i picked up a pair of Avid SL lever priced at $69.95 and they Matched Jenson USA price of $50 !
    And they have a gram scale for customer use at the service counter in the back, so you can check weights! If your a weight weenie!

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    Good job!

    Quote Originally Posted by mtnbike24_7
    Don't forget about Performance. They are actually in the tech center. I know, i'm there almost 3 times a week on my lunch break.
    You talking about the one on Yosemite? You got me beat, I usually hit that place 1x a week. I try not to go during lunch, cause I'm usually riding.

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