totally agree with the reviews of this shop.|
they are definitely more interested in making a sale than anything else.
da rodster a 35 year old Weekend Warrior, riding a Trek,
A drab, unfriendly sort of place. The staff seems as if they'd rather be selling used cars. Their prices seem okay, but there doesn't appear to be much chance of getting any friendly advice here, and they seem heavily to emphasize bicycle sales over parts or service.
Anthony a 35 year old Weekend Warrior, riding a Motobecane Grand Jubile,
I purchased my Raleigh from this shop in February
2002. I was offered a free tune-up after having the bike
for 3 months. In July I finally got a chance to get my
bike in for itŐs tune-up. When I entered the store I told an
employee I was there for my free tune-up I was offered
when I purchased my bike. I was drilled on if I was sure
I had not brought my bike in yet for its free tune-up?
When I stated that I had not, I was asked why I did not
come in sooner?
After my interrogation there I know that I will not be
returning for more rude service. I am disappointed that I
gave this company my money in the first place.
celeste a 26 year old Cross-Country Rider, riding a Raleigh,
This is an o.k. neighborhood bike shop. It's apparently been owned by the same people for many years. I think the service department can be a rip-off. The staff will try to stick you for repairs you don't need, and they quite possibly won't repair the problem you do have with your bike. I don't mind using the shop for emergency spoke purchases, but that's about it after seeing how they treat customers, including me.
Dave a 35 year old Die-hard Enthusiast, riding a Stumpjumper M4 Hardtail,