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Old 08-30-13, 08:58 AM   #1
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Best Fitting Shop in Denver (or surrounding area)???

There are a ton of cycle shops in Denver, CO (or surrounding area) but I have no idea which one is the best when it comes to fitting? Does anyone have any recommendations of shops in Denver (or surrounding area) I should check out? Ideally I am looking for a shop that has carries a multiple brands of road bikes but a shop whose employees really know their stuff.

I have had lower back surgery (fused in L4-L5) so I would like to have someone help me out who has dealt with back/neck surgeries and help determine which type of road bike setup is the best for me.

Appreciate any feedback.
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Old 08-30-13, 06:17 PM   #2
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