Praise your LBS?
Cadence in Bath have been fantastic for me locally. The standard of the average LBS couldn’t exist in any other industry but Cadence have gone way above my expectations (even for a good shop 😀 )
What biscuits/ similar are most appreciated by way of saying thank you to your LBS? 😀Posted 4 years agomoomanMember
wiggles – Member
Not got one anymore place I bought my last bike from is gone and not found anyone else I trust yet. Any recommendations for the Newport/Cardiff area? Mostly for spannering rather than parts.
Sunsetcycles on Woodville road are superb or across the road at Cyclopedia.Posted 4 years ago
Two of the very best in the S.Wales area.edlongMember
Garage Bikes in Morley (Leeds) – they do a fantastic job of fixing all the things I’m too inept to manage on my own (so most everything) – top people, dead friendly, the coffee’s always on, and there’s usually a friendly dog mooching about the place somewhere. What more could you ask for?Posted 4 years agocockerMember
cycletechnology in wakefield
never too busy for me,called in several times whilst out on a ride,and they’ve dropped what they’re doing to repair mine/put new part on,and just told me to drop the money in whenever.
they are however,causing me problems with mrs C,he keeps offering me a demo on a bike in the sale,and im very temptedPosted 4 years agocodybrennanMember
Pro-Am Cycles in Larkhall, South Lanarkshire. Keith Anderson, the owner, is a top bloke, knows his bikes, and always give you an honest (but humourous) appraisal of what is needed.
He’s also a pretty fair amateur racer for his shop team, and is cooking up his own brand of bikes- which look fantastic.
Also knows much, much more than anyway I know about garden plants, on account of his background.Posted 4 years agobearnecessitiesSubscriber
..another vote for Garage Bikes in Morley.
The prices are very reasonable and Al’s knowledge/passion for bikes is impressive.
I witnessed him wrangle with a particularly troublesome front mech on my old s-works stumpy for over half an hour, and refused to accept anything other than the flat rate charge for a front mech adjustment at the end of it. This was on a particularly busy Saturday morning as well.
He also really looks after regulars on the product front. When I bought some Endura 3/4s he ended up beating CRC prices without me even asking.
Top man.Posted 4 years agobigblackshedSubscriber
Plymouth Cycle Scene. Not my LBS just phoned on the off chance.
Phoned Matt on Friday enquiring about a EBB tool. He phoned me back twice when he said he would, posted it the same day for no extra charge. Turned up on Saturday. Exactly like you would hope it to be, be very rarely does it happen like that.
Thanks chaps.Posted 4 years ago
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