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    SILVER CYCLES
    I had a new bike that I had recently assembled, but managed to mess up the gearshift in the process, and it wouldn't shift properly. I emailed the company about my problem, brought he bike into the shop for service, and, because the problem was easily fixable, they worked on it right away. I had also managed to get the U--lock jammed under the saddle and they removed the seat and pulled it out. Very quick, personalized service, and I am a satisfied customer.
    - PAMELA R.
  • A
    REVOLUTION CYCLES
    I came to Revolution on a busy Sunday hoping they could get me back on the road after the original tire on my seldom-used 26-year old bike disintegrated (the other one wasn't in very good shape, either). They were able to find an odd size (27"), install 2 new tires, and do some brake repairs and adjustments while I waited & without an appointment. They were very helpful and thorough.
    - DANIEL H.
  • A
    GRIFFIN CYCLE
    Very well. The shop staff were helpful and smart, and admitted that the owner was on vacation and asked me if I could schedule the rack installation once he returned. I had no problem doing this since I didn't need it urgently.
    - CLAUDIA P.
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    REVOLUTION CYCLES
    I brought my 25 year old Cannondale to have the chainwheel / freewheel setup changed for more flexibility on hilly and longer rides. I've been riding it semi-regularly during recent summers with no trouble. They refused to do the work unless I changed cables, wheels, chain, and freewheel. Technician said spokes and cables were rusty, chain and freewheel teeth stretched, and could snap anytime, dangerously stranding me and exposing them to liability. He told me "I wouldn't ride that bike farther than I could walk." Just 2 weeks ago I rode up a steep unpaved slope, spinning the rear, and last week on a 40 mile hilly ride. Nothing broke. Quote was about $250 for that work, without doing anything. To get the minimum of what I wanted would require a new compact crankset, which would reduce the size of both chainwheels, making downhill riding a coasting only affair. That would set me back about $500 they said. Just replacing the chainwheels was not possible, I was told. The option giving me exactly what I wanted for setup would require a triple crankset, new freewheel, and new d railleurs, about $800. At that point it looked like a whole new bike was a better deal. I thanked them, then went to another bike shop (nearby company in Arlington VA), just to see what they'd say. To shorten the story, I left them with the bike, and departed with a quote for $141 to overhaul the bike, true the wheels, and replace just the chainwheels and freewheel. While a triple crankset would require a new d railleur, they said it wasn't necessary that I could get the same with just a smaller small chainwheel and larger 7 speed freewheel. They even told me that the hubs, cables, and components were good quality and in good shape for their age.
    - MICHAEL L.
  • A
    BIG WHEEL BIKES
    I brought my 25 year old Cannondale to have the chainwheel / freewheel setup changed for more flexibility on hilly and longer rides. I've been riding it semi-regularly during recent summers with no trouble. Amazing that my experience was so much different than the other reviewers. This is the second shop I visited. I left Big Wheel Bikes with the bike, and departed with a quote for $141 to overhaul the bike, true the wheels, and replace just the chainwheels and freewheel. While a triple crankset would require a new derailleur, they said it wasn't necessary that I could get the same with just a smaller small chainwheel and larger 7 speed freewheel. They even told me that the hubs, cables, and components were good quality and in good shape for their age. At the first stop, a nearby bike shop, they refused to do the work unless I changed cables, wheels, chain, and freewheel. Technician said spokes and cables were rusty, chain and freewheel teeth stretched, and could snap anytime, dangerously stranding me and exposing them to liability. He told me "I wouldn't ride that bike farther than I could walk." Just 2 weeks ago I rode up a steep unpaved slope, spinning the rear, and last week on a 40 mile hilly ride. Nothing broke. Quote was about $250 for that work, without doing anything. To get the minimum of what I wanted would require a new compact crankset, which would reduce the size of both chainwheels, making downhill riding a coasting only affair. That would set me back about $500 they said. Just replacing the chainwheels was not possible, I was told. The option giving me exactly what I wanted for setup would require a triple crankset, new freewheel, and new derailleurs, about $800. At that point it looked like a whole new bike was a better deal. Good thing I decided to try Big Wheel Bikes!
    - MICHAEL L.
  • A
    PERFORMANCE BICYCLE
    unknown
    - Lisa D.
  • B
    PERFORMANCE BICYCLE
    Some waiting at both ends, one repair took more than 3 weeks.
    - ALAN M.
  • A
    BOB'S BIKES
    Friendly and professional -- the only guy who really knows how to fix any bike near the Rockville area. Worth the trip.
    - JULIAN O.
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  • Willgard

    10723 Hampton Mill Ter
    Rockville, Maryland