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2014-02-25 10:40 AM

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What is the most cost effective shop to get maintenance done?

2014-02-25 10:45 AM
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DIY is the most cost effective. But it depends what do you need to do. Most of my service I do myself.

But if you need a shop you can ask Wes at Triformance
(614) 575-2453

Or Bicylce One in Gahanna
(614) 478-7777

I also had good experience with Chad(?) at Bike Sourse Morse Road Dublin
(614) 459-1200

Call them and ask how much it cost what you need, they should give you a quote over the phone.
2014-02-26 8:37 AM
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thanks, I have used bike1 in Gahanna and had good results, I moved to UA so it takes time to get over there. I really do not have the time to do work myself. I am in Law School, have an externship, and a job.

One thing I value is time and for me it is worth it to pay someone to do it that has the training than me to try and google and waste time working on it
2014-03-03 8:10 AM
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I recently moved to UA too - on Sawmill Rd you have 3 good options: Bike Source, Trek and Performance Bikes. Never had mechanical done at Performance but have at the other two - both do a good job.
2014-03-04 10:24 AM
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Probably going to give Performance a visit this weekend. Thinking the weather is ready to change and need to be ready to ride outside.
2014-04-07 3:42 PM
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I've gotten proper work done at both TriTech Multisport and Revolution Cycles.

Absolutely, at all costs, stay away from Baer Wheels if Dave Baer has managed to still be in business.

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