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    Local Shops

    What are some good shops in the north Phoenix or north Scottsdale area? I am kinda new to the area and am just looking for a few good LBSs.

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    use el searcho functiono
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    Quote Originally Posted by FoolCyclist
    What are some good shops in the north Phoenix or north Scottsdale area? I am kinda new to the area and am just looking for a few good LBSs.
    See Jeff at Landis N. Scottsdale Rd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FoolCyclist
    What are some good shops in the north Phoenix or north Scottsdale area? I am kinda new to the area and am just looking for a few good LBSs.
    Excellent Bikes
    2814 W Bell Rd #1475 (I-17 & Bell), Phoenix., AZ 85053 (602) 548-0567

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    Swiss American
    http://www.swissamericanbikes.com/

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    Bicycle Showcase is a really good shop

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    Airpark Bikes at shea and 101 is a good shop. very helpful guys there

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    Quote Originally Posted by WATTO
    Airpark Bikes at shea and 101 is a good shop. very helpful guys there
    I just purchased my new bike last Friday from AirPark Bikes. Both Brian and Steve were very helpful, helped in the decision process! Brian even called today and asked how the bike was working out for me. I also think the guys/gal at Landis on 7th Ave and Indian School treat people pretty good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WATTO
    Airpark Bikes at shea and 101 is a good shop. very helpful guys there
    I second that. I went in there for the first time this evening to get my front derailleur replaced. I thought it was damaged beyond repair. One of their mechanics looked at it, made a few tweaks and ten minutes later I'm walking out of there with a good-as-new derailleur...and they didn't charge me a cent.

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    yep there really cool guys there

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    Quote Originally Posted by trb2929
    I also think the guys/gal at Landis on 7th Ave and Indian School treat people pretty good.
    eh, not so much
    This is just need to know information: Am i supposed to enjoy the irony or pity the sincerity?

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    Thanks for the info

    I checked out a few of the shops you guys suggested. I really liked Landis on Scottsdale road and they suggested checking with Rage Cycles in south Scottsdale for a part they didnt have. Rage was great, sat there and talked to the guys for about an hour. Small shop but they knew their stuff. Again thanks for the suggestions. Now just time to finish up the build.

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    speaking of Air Park bikes, is anyone riding a fetish cycle. they look awesome and at a good price too.

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