Great selection, very knowledgeable staff. They sell Trek and Cannondale, new bikes only. The repair staff is honest and will let you know what you actually need
This shop has all I need when it comes to my favorite hobby which is biking. I definitely would be visiting this place from time to time.
This is my go-to place! We parked by the bicycle shop because there’s a lot of parking options at the shop, on Sampson St, McGruder St, and on John Wesley Dobbs Ave. Renting at this bicycle shop is $5/ hour I believe so we ended up biking 3 hours for $15 which is the cheapest deal I’ve been able to find on the Beltline. Once we got our bikes, we got right on the beltline which is conveniently located right behind the shop.
Though the bicycles they sell here is pricey but you are assured that they sell here are of quality. It is worth it.
I bought three bikes from this shop and they are still as good as new today. I am very happy with the service I got and the bikes they have given me.
Thrilled to have a bike shop in the Va/Hi village. The folks here are always eager to help and share their knowledge. Love that they've got some cool bike brands - Public and Linus - along with used bikes. I frequently stop by to see what they've got in stock. Due to the size of the shop, they don't have the biggest selection of gear and accessories, but I can look past that.
You can't beat their location - right along the Eastside Beltline trail. They've always been super helpful when I needed some air, a spare tub or a mid-ride snack. They rent bikes for those looking to cruise the Beltline. And if you're looking for a new bike, they've got a great selection of new and vintage bikes that won't break the bank.
I got my Scott road bike here several years ago and couldn't be happier. They've always been fast with the service and have even helped me with a few issues without charging me for the help. Will be sure to look here before I buy my next bike.
These guys will fix your bike, but they will treat you like you are a moron and take as much money from you as possible. I had my mt bike fixed there, I needed a small gear on my derailer replaced (idler pulley), they told me they only had one and it was $40. They knew I was in a hurry and lied to me to get me to buy the more expensive cog. On top of that, they are very unfriendly, acting like you are bothering them with your questions. Go anywhere but here. REI has an amazing bike shop. Atlanta Cycling is an elitist bike shop and I don't understand how they are still in business.
I am glad that this bike shop doesn't charge too much for branded bike parts. I will bring the whole gang here to shop for parts!