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    Must vist DH bike shops

    I'm heading up to denver/boulder this week and want to see the best gravity bike shops. What are the stores I have to visit?
    If you believe that I've got some magic beans to sell ya.

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    The most DH oriented Boulder shop I know of is The Fix.

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    MojoWheels... http://www.mojowheels.com

    Adventure Cycling... http://adventurecycle.net

    Alpha Bicycles... http://alphabicycle.com
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    Adventure Cycling has some pretty good stuff, although not TONS of DH stuff. The mechanics there are very good as well.

    adventurecycle.net

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    Mojo Wheels... hands down. Ask for Bob.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakomonster
    I'm heading up to denver/boulder this week and want to see the best gravity bike shops. What are the stores I have to visit?
    The Fix - definitely a must visit shop. Bring your bike as well and have a play on the dirt jumps.

    http://www.thefixbikes.com/bikes/about.asp?s_id=0&

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    Another vote for The Fix. These guys ride hard and know their bikes. Can't go wrong with a shop that has a DJ park in their back yard.

    PS.. these are the same guys that held the Crankworx afterparty, including a few of the big names.

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    hm...

    Mojo Wheels and the Fix are good shops for DH, 4X and Freeride. Although Mojo Wheels has a ridiculous inventory. I think 30 complete DH bikes, plus high end frames and components.

    Visit both.. one is in Denver and the other is in Boulder.

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    Mojos and the fix

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    Smile

    visit mojo if you like crappy service and paying too much. or if you just want to smoke a bowl with their staff in the back...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Dave Style
    visit mojo if you like crappy service and paying too much. or if you just want to smoke a bowl with their staff in the back...
    ???? Their prices are on par with other shops, from what I've seen. Plus, they actually stock a ton of stuff you won't find in most shops, so to get it you'd have to order online and pay shipping and wait a few days - so it all kind of evens out. Their tire selection is insane. Best shop that's not Chile Pepper.

    Definitely ask for Bob.
    Never rub another man's rhubarb.

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    Monster Drop Shop if you happen to get up to Summit County.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vicious
    Monster Drop Shop if you happen to get up to Summit County.
    where is it? I find my way there quite a lot these days to ride at the stone.
    If you believe that I've got some magic beans to sell ya.

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    Monster Drop Shop
    454 Carter Crt. Num. L
    Dillon, CO 80435
    Phone: 651-775-0623

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manmountain Dense
    ???? Their prices are on par with other shops, from what I've seen. Plus, they actually stock a ton of stuff you won't find in most shops, so to get it you'd have to order online and pay shipping and wait a few days - so it all kind of evens out. Their tire selection is insane. Best shop that's not Chile Pepper.

    Definitely ask for Bob.
    Store was great. I almost walked out with a $4000 dollar bike but had to hold off cause I hate buying things on an impulse like that. Great people to talk with and excellent service, highly recommend the shop.
    If you believe that I've got some magic beans to sell ya.

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