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    My LBS La Habra Cyclery doesn't get much yelp-love, but I find that they're a small, helpful shop that does their best to help me out.

    Incycle San Dimas is also a good shop with great selection, but it's just a little far sometimes to grab something quick and small.

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    Concho bike shop in San Angelo, Texas.. the head mechanic there is bad ass. real cool guy to talk to, go ride with and knowledgeable.

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    Bicyles Plus in Allen is great, as is Cadence Cyclery in McKinney.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xjbaylor View Post
    Bicyles Plus in Allen is great, as is Cadence Cyclery in McKinney.
    X2!! Both are great little shops.

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    Recommendations for San Antonio Bike Shops

    Any recommendations for bike shops in San Antonio?

    Thanks
    Last edited by SA-Rider; 07-07-2012 at 08:02 PM.

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    Bikesport in Houston, TX. Super nice, and very knowledgeable. Their service level is much better than some of the chains in the area.

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    I like RBM also, and have heard only good things about them. Went there to get my MTB worked on and they were helpful so that's where I headed once I wanted a road bike. Went to the one in Dallas, and Joe was very helpful. I don't know enough about road bikes to decide everything myself so he helped me with sizing and all the stuff I needed to get started.

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    VT Bike Stuff in Abilene, Texas!

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    Very happy with the work Blue Bonnet Bicycles in Lewisville (off 35E and Valley Ridge) did for me...only charged $75 to transfer everything from my old frame to my frame...dropped it off on a Tuesday and picked it two days later....

    Performance Bicycle quoted a figure around $200 to do this...

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    I need to update again, I walked into the largest LBS named Summit Cycling in Fort Wayne again that had a long time - 10 years to be exact, of an elitist attitude problem, now for two times in a row that I've gone they've been nice, and I didn't see the lead elitist for the second time in that store, not sure if he got fired or just happened to be off. But I still like the more personalized flavor of the smaller RediBike store, so I always go there first.

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    CyclePath, Thunder Bay ,Ontario

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jigger View Post
    CyclePath, Thunder Bay ,Ontario
    At least you got the continent right!

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    Bay Area Schwinn in Pasadena, TX. Thanks Jeff and staff!
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    '11 Specialized Roubaix Compact Rival

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    The central belief of every moron is that

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    RBM has always been great to deal with for me. Also have done a fair bit of business with Bikes Plus near SMU.
    "We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then is not an act, but a habit." -Aristotle on intervals

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    Quote Originally Posted by SA-Rider View Post
    Any recommendations for bike shops in San Antonio?

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    I would like to know this as well, anyone?

    thanks

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    the pedal shop and bay area bicycles in corpus christi

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    Pedal the Peaks in Durango, CO.

    It may be "out of region", but for about 6 months a year it seems like there are more people from Texas here than from Durango.
    "'complicated, diverse creature' is adspeak for a d-bag..."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rastaman View Post
    Bikebarn Champions, Houston TX
    Just awesome
    I have to agree with Rastaman re: Bike Barn at Champions.

    While Bike Barn is part of a larger chain and the pricing is controlled maybe too much by someone in a central office, service is the main reason you stay loyal to your LBS. Here, Curt provides that and he enjoys what he does. Thank you!

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    Here in Waco there's realy only 2 choices:
    Bicycle Outback or Outdoor Waco.
    Outdoor Waco for the bikes, Bicycle Outback for the service and parts/acessories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luisfer99 View Post
    I would like to know this as well, anyone?

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    Britton's Bicycle Shop is a good one on the North side of town. Bicycle Heaven is pretty cool as well.

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    West End Bicycles

    props to blain and scott

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    Im a fan of Randy's bike shop in san angelo

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    Not sure if I mentioned this or not, if you're in the Bakersfield California area Action Sports is the best place in town...in fact best place for many towns around.

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    Kickstand Bike Shop in Beaumont, TX. Tom & Bhavani are great people. Quality shop quality people.

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