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    Reputable LBS in or near Denver?

    I am new to Denver. Can you please suggest a good LBS that can rebuild my wheels. Broke the spokes on my CROSSMAX
    Thanks in advance for your help.

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    How about Wheat Ridge Cyclery? World famous...

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    I second WRC

    they have my King hub open and i am sad about the prognosis ... but it is in very good hands... the best i am thinking

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    Wheat ridge cyclery. on 38th just east of Wads. They know their mavics inside and out

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    Yeah, last time I ripped some spokes out of my CrossMax XL rear I got them at WR. I ordered extra and keep them in the toolbox. Those odd suckers were about $5 each though.

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    Turin

    Try Turin Bikes - Downtown @ 7th & Lincoln or something. Not as glitzy as WRC, but excellent service & stock.



    Quote Originally Posted by jchembel
    I am new to Denver. Can you please suggest a good LBS that can rebuild my wheels. Broke the spokes on my CROSSMAX
    Thanks in advance for your help.

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    Wrc

    I was very pleased with the no pressure/no hassle attitude of the sales people at Wheat Ridge.
    "If you suck, that means I'm better. The more you suck, the better I am. So. Let me count the ways you suck." - Scribb

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    Avoid Denver spokes. I've had two back-to-back negative experiences there. Also, they are pretty standoffish so that, coupled with careless work is just horrible. On top of all that, they like to throw in a $35 "safety check fee" and the funny thing is that my headset bolt and ALL four stem bolts were loose.

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    Thanks for your advise

    I’ve checked out Wheat Ridge and they really did a nice job.

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