Join Date: Jun 2006
Location: So Cal
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You don't mention where you live... a new shop just opened in in Orange County called Sho Air Cyclery. It deals in Cannondale and GT and the owner/mechanic is a former pro rider. There is a separate service shop from the retail store and I believe the service shop opens much earlier...
The place just opened May 31 and doesn't seem to have a developed website yet... here are some details:
I have not yet been in the shop but friends say its nice.
There is also a Sho Air Cannondale in La Mirada (probably other places since its a chain):
NOTE: The Orange shop is definitely a roadie shop... I looked in the window and didn't see any mountain bikes...
Here is a YELP review:
"Not sure what the 3-star review is all about, but you won't find a better bunch of well-informed cyclist-employees here. I came in thinking I needed to spend another thousand more than I needed, and several employees talked me into getting something more economical with a blend of speed and comfort for those long rides I enjoy on the weekends. I received a great deal and felt they treated me with honesty and fairness.
While they only carry Cannondale and GT, they are some of the best bikes made that encompass an entire range of skillset and cater to all types of riders. I'm VERY satisfied with my purchase and I've already put 700 miles on her.
This place is BIG. It now occupies what used to be THREE stores on the strip, two are for the showroom, and they have an entire separate "store" for the repair shop. The repair shop has a state-of-the-art pro fitting room so you can get dialed in perfectly to your bike. I've had two of my bikes serviced there already and the adjustments were quick (while-you-wait), and very reasonably priced (in some cases free)."
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Last edited by Pamestique; 08-07-14 at 10:13 AM.