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Old 03-24-05, 04:05 PM   #1
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Can someone please recomond a good LBS in Tucson?

My Mother is coming to visit me here in Lativa and I would like her to bring me a frame and some assorted parts as they are half the price in the States. Half the price!

Can anyone recomend a good LBS in the Tucson area. By good I mean honest and fair priced. Thanks.
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Old 03-26-05, 09:43 PM   #2
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There's quite a few great bike shops in Tucson, more than I probably know of. The one's I've delt with and would deffinately recommend are: Performance Bikes (at Broadway & Kolb), Broadway Bikes (Broadway and Sarnoff) and I've had great dealings with R&R Bikes (Campbell & Glenn). R&R had been great to me...went in not knowing much about cycling, bought my Trek from them and have been on the road ever since!!!
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I've been looking around on the Net and found that Arizona Bicycle Experts at 2520 E. 6th St has what I am looking for. Although our e-mails have been a little strange to say the least. Does anyone know of the reputation of this shop? Thanks.
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I love Ordinary Bike and Repair Shop at 311 E 7th St, Tucson, AZ 85705 (520) 622-6488. They are honest, inexpensive and extremely experienced. I would recommend them as the best local shop in town. I also have had good interactions with Sabino Cycles 7131 East Tanque Verde, Tucson, AZ 85715 (520) 885-3666 (although they haven't touched my bike). I haven't had any experience with Arizona Bicycle Experts sorry.

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Arizona Bicycle Experts came through. They were confused on the price of a new frame I'm trying to order. They quoted me the full bike price several times. After I pointed it out to them they were very pleasent and helpful. We all make mistakes. It's a product they haven't carried yet.
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I've had one dealing with these guys (I don't live in Tucson) and they were fair across the board. My Colnago riding friends in Tucson swear by them.

http://www.fairwheelbikes.com/
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