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    Quote Originally Posted by froze View Post
    I have an odd question, I've read some of the LBS's mentioned have good beer, meaning their either giving you the beer for free or selling it, don't they have to have a liquor license to do either?
    They give the beer away. No need for a license. From time to time customers will also donate beer. I've done that myself.

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    Have had good luck with service at both Richardson Bike Mart and Plano Cycling & Fitness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikephelps View Post
    Texas - Plano Cycling & Fitness
    Overall - Vecchio's (Boulder)
    3/22/2012: Up-date on Bike World San Antonio, all three locations. Stay away. This shop has gone downhill since the last time I visited/had work done. PM me for specific details if needed.

    I'll second Vecchio's in Boulder as well as Pro Peleton and Full Cycle.
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    Richardson Bike Mart ( RBM) has good selections and I bought two high-end bikes from there in last 3 years but their service sucks. RBM is a high volume dealer and their service team members don't have passion about what they do.

    Plano Cycling & Fitness has great selection and REALLY GOOD SERVICE and also they are local.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weenfreek View Post
    West End Bicycles - Hou, TX!!
    A big "I second that" for West End Bicycles in Houston.

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    I second Plano Cycling and Fitnees! Sean and Kyle are great, bought 7 bikes there now.

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    Plano cycling is awesome and also Cadence Cyclery in McKinney, great guys!!

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    Houston Cycling Centres (Southwest Schwinn). I always get good service there. They take time to answer questions and are not pushy at all. I always was ask for Bob, he's the owner and does a great job.

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    Fort Worth Cycling. James is great.

    For bike fit, best $100 I've spent in cycling, Russ Watson at the Bedford Bicycles, Inc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBW View Post
    Plano cycling is awesome and also Cadence Cyclery in McKinney, great guys!!
    X2 for Cadence! Great little shop.

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    Texoma Cycling Center. Wichita Falls, Texas

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    I have had really good experiences with the people at Richardson Bike Mart in Richardson.

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    Nelo himself is good, his help? not so much.
    Mellow Johnny's is the bomb.
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    got to say i was quite pleased with mellow johnny's in austin for a recent service and a follow up change out on my new wheelsets. knowledgeable, solid service. nice to have a shop that takes your ride (and your safety) dead serious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by new2rd View Post
    Just wanted to give a thanks to Bike Town in Abilene. Incredible store and service!

    Anyone else?
    right on, these guys are top notch

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    El Paso, Texas..... great service, selection, fittings and advice. Go see Rob.
    With people like Peter P. around, I am done posting on this website. Mean people have driven me off after 9 plus years. Good luck newbies beware.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RayfromTX View Post
    Nelo himself is good, his help? not so much.
    Mellow Johnny's is the bomb.
    Really, I haven't had any problems with Brendan or David, both super cool and knowledgeable guys, but yeah, Nelo is awesome.

    I actually brought my bike in for a tune up in the other morning and got it back at lunch, did a fantastic job too.
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    Sugar Cycles in Sugar Land, TX. Ask for Kyle D., General Manager/Owner. It is where I have bought all of my bikes. Great customer service and offers a ton of knowledge.
    Last edited by Merc; 04-18-2012 at 08:22 AM.

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    Bicycles Plus with 4 locations in DFW:
    - Snider Plaza / SMU
    - Flower Mound
    - Coppell
    - Allen

    www.bicyclesplustx.com

    This year, they are sponsoring the Plano Tuesday criteriums, the Fair Park Thursday Criteriums and numerous weekend races, rallies and rides.

    I'm a member of the FIAT of McKinney / Bicycles Plus / Cannondale / Giro racing team and I can attest to the strong commitment to supporting the sport; I've done more volunteer hours this year than in the past 10 years combined. We strongly believe in "giving back" to the sport that's given us so much fun and fitness.

    Check 'em out.
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    BBC- Birmingham Bicyle Company in B'ham, AL

    I bought one bike from them, dozens of odds and ends, plus they've put up with my mild screw ups in assembly and tuning on a bike I didn't buy from them. Great work and great store.

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    My local favorites would be Bluebonnet Bicycles in Lewisville and Bicycle Etc in Coppell.

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    Performance Bikes in West Houston, great prices and the staff were really helpful on my recent purchase.
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    Velocity Bike Lubbock texas

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    Bikesport, Joanel St. Houston is a great little shop.

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