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Old 04-30-16, 03:15 PM
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Recumbent bike shops in Dallas/Fort Worth

Are there any recumbent friendly shops in the Dallas/Fort Worth area? Anything at all?

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Old 05-02-16, 08:14 PM
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Richardson Bike Mart in Richardson stocks a number of recumbents. There may be some other local shops that do as well. I'm not aware of a shop just specializing in recumbents. I would recommend checking with other local recumbent riders to see where they have gotten theirs from. I'm thinking one lady I know went through a shop up in Kansas, for example.
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John's Bicycles on Town Square in Lancaster. John is extremely good with bents and trikes. Heck of a guy too. 972-227-7360.
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Old 09-30-16, 03:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Butterthebean View Post
Are there any recumbent friendly shops in the Dallas/Fort Worth area? Anything at all?

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I know this may be a bit late, but if you are still looking, check out John's Trikes and Bikes, Town Square, Lancaster, Tx. John is very up to date on bents and trikes.
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Easy Street Recumbents has opened a shop in Keller, just NE of Fort Worth. It is right on miles of trail for easy test rides. www.wemakecyclingeasy.com
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Old thread, but still a valid topic. Bicycle Evolution in Plano deals in recumbents and is the USA's only stocking velomobile shop (according to BentRiderOnLine).
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