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Old 01-30-10, 01:40 PM   #1
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Are there bike shops near the Huntsville Alabama area ?

I'm going there and need to know how easy it is to find a bike shop there. And if someone has first hand experience and knows of specific ones and which brands of bike they sell that would be great.

Would also like to know how is the cycling scene over there. Big cycling culture ? How much do the winters in there affect cycling ?

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Old 01-30-10, 11:05 PM   #2
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Googleis your friend. I just had to say it. buuuuuttt

Full-screenMadison CyclesAddress:‎ Wesst side of Huntsville. Nice shop 5 years ago. on the expensive side.

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8760 Madison Boulevard
Madison, AL 35758-1888 www.madisoncycles.com

Bicycles Etc. 5 years ago this was a pretty cool place but then I may have ti confused with a sop in SLC.
611-A Meridian Street
Huntsville Alabama
http://www.bicyclesetc.us/
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Old 02-04-11, 08:29 AM   #3
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Its worth the drive to Guntersville to go to Guntersville Outfitters. Great people!!
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Trailhead is a great shop as well. They are on Andrew Jackson Parkway I believe. Phone 256-534-1333. Great guys in there and they are a little cheaper on repairs than Bikes Etc., which is another great shop with awesome people. trailhead carries Specialized, Masi and I think Haro bikes. Bikes Etc is a Trek dealer.
Madison Cycles carries Felt and Scott bikes. Some of the guys that work there are friendlier than others.
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Oh, Spring City Cycle Club has rides almost every day of the year. www.springcity.org
It's a good club with a lot of helpful people. Come on out and ride with us!
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