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Old 08-22-06, 05:29 PM
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shops in orlando fla?

anyone know of any good bike shops in orlando fla?


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Old 08-23-06, 01:30 PM
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My favorite, when I lived in Orlando, was Orange Cycle.
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Don't forget Glory Cycles... Go say Hi to Clive...
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Old 09-05-06, 01:16 PM
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David's World Cycle and Glory Cycles are the two best "roadie" shops. Both are run by former top-notch racers.
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I would agree with YMCA - I lived in O-town for the majority of my life and "Big-Daddy" Dave Sanborn of David's World Cycle hires super guys with tons of knowledge.
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Davids World, and Orange Cycle
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Bike Shop in Orlando Fl.

I live right around the corner from this one seems pretty good as soon as you walk-in they attend to you did'nt seem to pushy either very pro type of attitude check it out I've only been in once so don't hold me to my comment but I myself will probably be upgrading to a specialized,GIANT,or Cannondale all terrian type of bike! Good Luck. D
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The newest one in Orlando (Oviedo/Winter Springs area) is Adventure Cycling. Open about a year and carry Felt, Marin, and Bianchi. Also, they are the only shop in Orlando that has a measurement scanning platform for bike fitting.
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