3rd bike bought from Dad's. We are quite happy with the products & service. Now if my son will only LOCK UP the bike, we'll be good (last one was stolen). Robbie loves his Free Agents!|
~ Rob Sr.
Rob Kuchta & Robbie a 15 year old Cross-Country Rider, riding a Free Agent Devil24,
Bought my Mongoose with Motomags from Dads in 1979 brand new and still have that same exact bike to this day. Awesome to see they are still on 190th I now live in Chandler Arizona, I will visit when im in town stay cool dads !!!!
terry Lacey a 44 year old Weekend Warrior, riding a schwinn Krates and vintage BMX,
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org - 11/27/07
BIANCHI BOARDWALK - 2006 year
A light, fast get-around-town bike that year after year is one of our most popular models. The appeal of the Boardwalk has always been its light and nimble handling, for spirited city riding without heavy suspension. Quick-handling aluminum frame (shared with the Boardwalk) with SRAM shifting, WTB all-purpose tires and cool new custom Bianchi saddle. Frames - 7005 Aluminum, curved seat stays, rack mounts -Fork - CrMo, rack eyelets - $ 499.99 for SALE $220.00
chantal a 50 year old Weekend Warrior, riding a BIANCHI ENGINERED BOARDWALK Model 2006,
E-mail: email@example.com - 11/22/06
Dad's Bike Barn is a throwback to a by-gone era. Dad's is anything but flashy, but they will do what it takes to get you and your bike back on the road with a minimum fuss and at a minimum cost.
Most of the other bike shops I deal with are nice enough, and they are appropriate places go go when you need a repair for your new $1000 racing bike. But where do you go when your trusty 15 year old bike needs a new cluster, new wheels, a new deraileur, or something else, and you don't feel like spending half again as much as you paid for the bike in the first place? Where do you go if you aren't a huge bike enthusiast, and all you want to do is to get your bike in operating order again? Where do you go to find someone who actually *remembers* how older bikes were made and is not afraid of working on them?
The answer is ... Dad's. They will order what you need, they will install it for you quickly, and all for a reasonable price. More than once, I've walked in there not knowing what was wrong, and the mechanic hopped over and fixed the problem in moments for no charge. How refreshing!
If you live in the South Bay and you have an inexpensive or older bike that needs work, this is definitely the place to go.
Vic a 45 year old Die-hard Enthusiast, riding a Bianchi, Univega, and a Schwinn,