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    Bike N' Bean (Oak Creek Village)

    Just wanted to give a shout out to the guys at the Bean who hooked me up with a Camelback, tube, pump and levers so I could actually do the ride I had driven all the way up for! Somehow I showed up to Sedona at 7:30am today with everything except my Camelback, sheesh.

    Thanks again guys. It was a good day.

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    I second that...

    Quote Originally Posted by ScottN
    Just wanted to give a shout out to the guys at the Bean who hooked me up with a Camelback, tube, pump and levers so I could actually do the ride I had driven all the way up for! Somehow I showed up to Sedona at 7:30am today with everything except my Camelback, sheesh.

    Thanks again guys. It was a good day.

    ScottN
    These guys got my girlfriend's Motolite back on the trail after she bent her hanger on Templeton last Tuesday, allowing us to stay an extra day and get another ride in. They also pointed the way to grub at the Desert Flour Bakery. Great sandwiches on thick slabs of homemade bread.

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    I agree...Good guys

    They hooked up my buddy with a spoke while we were up there.

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    No doubt. Good people. They hooked me up with brew post ride. Later, I found myself drifting asleep under one of the stools....

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    One of the guys asked all the right questions as I headed out into the midday heat (water, food, etc). I appreciated the fact he was concerned. Any old tourist can get into trouble out there and they didnt know me from the next guy.

    The other people were also friendly and helpful. I felt good spending money in their store.

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    cool

    Bike n Bean has always been good to me. They gave my girlfriend and I discounts on the rooms upstairs during the off season. Directed us to all the right places when asked and didn't squeal when I rode my Turner down the stairs in back a bunch of times! Bike n Bean kicks butt.


    akdeluxe

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    akdeluxe looks to be an Alaskan transplant like myself.

    Anyone else from the frozen north? I've been in Phoenix for five years now.Love it down here!

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    Has anyone ever had bike and bean recommend any trails besides the baldwin/templeton/buddabech/cathedral/crazyhorse/brokenarrow-ride?
    I know in my heart that Ellsworth bikes are more durable by as much as double. AND they are all lighter...Tony Ellsworth

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    lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Jm.
    Has anyone ever had bike and bean recommend any trails besides the baldwin/templeton/buddabech/cathedral/crazyhorse/brokenarrow-ride?
    Not me but I've only been in there once a few years ago
    This is just need to know information: Am i supposed to enjoy the irony or pity the sincerity?

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