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    Please recommend stores (offline) with a wide selection of bikes in NYC

    Hello,

    I recently moved to the United States (NYC) and don't know many things here. I want to bye a hybrid/comfort bike. What store has a wide selection of bikes (not expensive, I would like to spend ~$300 on a bike)?

    Kindest regards to all bike fans!

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    Welcome to NYC!! Three of my friends bought their bikes from this shop, great prices from what they told me.

    Robert's Bicycles - Home
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    If you're in Manhattan try Toga, Sids, Bicycle Habitat.For a used bike you could try Recycle A Bicycle.

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    Frank's Bike Shop sells some bikes in your price range.

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    For about 25 years I have been going to Arc de Triomphe in Queens, in Richmond Hill near the Brooklyn-Queens border. It is on Jamaica Ave. and 114th Street, a little east of the 111th Street stop on the J train.

    They service clientele ranging from beginner to pro level; and they know how to speak to each type of customer. They scrupulously avoid the hard sell; the customer never feels any pressure. And their mechanics are top-notch.

    If you go there, tell the owner Russ and the mechanics Kay and Jose that Fred (that's me) sent you. I have sent many people there over the years, and all have been satisfied.

    The only downside is that they are not open on Sundays for most of the year. Though I think that they do open on Sundays during part of the summer.

    http://adtbikes.com
    718-846-2099

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