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bike shops NJ (bergan, passaic, morris, essex counties)(7 posts)

bike shops NJ (bergan, passaic, morris, essex counties)mollythedog
Nov 1, 2003 5:14 PM
I am new to the area. Does anyone know of any good high end bike shops in this area. I ride road bikes, and need a mechanic that has good campy knowledge.
Strictly cyclesbiketillyapuke
Nov 1, 2003 6:52 PM
I use Strictly Cycles in Fort Lee. They deal in high end, mostly custom, and are very honest. I saw a guy who rode a Seven come in with a dented rim. He had been no a shop in the city who told him they would have to replace it for 400 bucks. One of his guys took the bike to the back and had it fixed in less than 5 mins. The only thing he charged for was the tire which was torn.
He also offers free lifetime service on his bike sales. A good dealer, loves Campy.
There's a very good shop....IDH2
Nov 1, 2003 7:49 PM
In Sommerville (Sommerville Cycles) and another in Hillsborough (Wheel Life Cycles)...actually owned by the same guy - very nice and campy friendly (stuff actually in stock)
re: bike shops NJ (bergan, passaic, morris, essex counties)merckxman
Nov 1, 2003 8:51 PM
The following are all within 15 minutes of each other; if you're new to NJ they are worth a ride.

High Gear Cyclery in Stirling; make sure Peter Schmidtt will be there before you go. Very big shop, very professional; very tiny discounts. Fun place to go to. Don't carry Euro bikes but big in TREK, Lemond, Specialized, Seven, Cannondale, Calfee and others.

The Sports People in Far Hills; Pinarello, Bianchi, Kestrel and others.

Liberty Cycle, Basking Ridge; Colnago, and others.
My Badbiketillyapuke
Nov 2, 2003 10:26 AM
Sorry, that's
re: bike shops NJ (bergan, passaic, morris, essex counties)peter108
Nov 2, 2003 10:51 PM
In Bergen County try Cyclesport in Park Ridge or Westwood Cycles in Westwood.
...also Ridgewood cycles in Ridgewoodpeter108
Nov 2, 2003 10:52 PM