We left a bike there for 8 days for a tube repair. Life got in the way. We were told they couldn't contact us, so they left it out by the dumpster. When asked to be reimbursed for what they did since the law says that it must be kept 30 days... we were asked to leave. WE called the cops and filed a report.. We will be suing in small claims court. Once I started doing reviews online of what happened.... fake profiles started popping up discussing my weight and the fact that they tossed the bike was because I bent the frame. The bike wasn't even mine. They are getting quite childish. There's been zero empathy or attempting to fix.
1. Planet Bike
We left a bike there for 8 days for a tube repair. Life got in the way. We were told they couldn't contact us, so they left it out by the dumpster. When asked to be reimbursed for what they did since the law says that it must be kept 30 days... we were asked to leave. WE called the cops and file…
8. Bike City
I bought my first mountain bike here and, by far, I'm not disappointed at all. I talked to Luis Whittman at Bike City and he recommended the right bike for the money I wanted to spend. I still did my research and shopped around for several weeks and ended up right back where I started... at Bike…
9. Bike World
300 E Grayson StSan Antonio, TX 78215
From Business: Bike World at Pearl Brewery features TREK bicycles, a full repair shop and a complete selection of TREK road and hybrid Rental Bikes. This location also carries Electra, Fairdale, Sunday, Tribe, and Pure Fix bicycles.
5911 Broadway StSan Antonio, TX 78209
From Business: Opened in 1971, Bike World Alamo Heights is a landmark in San Antonio and a landmark in the cycling industry. Located in a restored 1920's building with over 12,000 sq feet of space, Bike World AH is home to the BIKEWORLD.COM mailorder fulfillment center and is a favorite destination of local cyclist as well as cyclist fro…
835 SE Military DrSan Antonio, TX 78214
From Business: Opened in July of 2017 the Southside location is the newest Bike World location. The store features bikes by Trek (including electric bikes!), Electra, Tribe Bicycle Co., Pure Cycles Fixed Gear Bikes, Sunday BMX, and a wide variety of Bontrager shoes, helmets, apparel and accessories. Bike World Southside is also a full-se…
12. Bike World
15675 San Pedro Ave,San Antonio, TX 78232
From Business: Opened in November of 2016 the 281 location of Bike World is an incredible shopping experience for cyclists of all levels. The store features an extensive collection of bikes, clothing and accessories.
13. Gotta Ride Bikes
4553 N Loop 1604 WSan Antonio, TX 78249
From Business: When you are looking for a great bike and/or clothing, accessories, or components to go with that bike in the San Antonio area, look no further than Gotta Ride Bikes Blanco Store. Our newest location is chock full of great bicycle items from helmets to cycling shorts, and from pedals to grips. Everyone on staff loves cycli…
15044 San Pedro AveSan Antonio, TX 78232
From Business: Performance Bicycle is Americas #1 bike shop with 100+ stores in 21 states. Whether you’re new to cycling, or have been riding for years you’ll find a great selection of road, neighborhood, kid’s and mountain bikes, plus all the gear to help you have the best possible experience on the bike. Checking out electric bikes? We…
18. Bicycle Shack
I went in with a very specific request and a very narrow time frame. I'm sure they knew that it was almost impossible to sell me a bike that day given what I was asking for and in the end they didn't. What they did do was something that I did not experience at any other shop I had been in all …
Today, I experienced my worst experience (there have been plenty bad experiences) and I wll never be back to this store again. I purchased a bicycle online and installed it myself, except that I didn't fully adjust the brakes, since, as I mentioned before I have never gotten the hang of it. I also didn't install the crank arms because I couldn't find my hex set. I decided I'd swing by and see if I could pay to have these last remaining items done here. I arrived, left my bicycle on my car rack and walked inside to inquire as to whether they could perform these services for me. I was told by some younger gentleman that I could. When I brought my bicycle in the older gentleman was out and told me, contrary to what the younger person told me, that they couldn't do it that day, and that I would have to leave it. I agreed to that, which inexplicably seemed to annoy him. He then, hostilly, said he was gonna have to charge me a hundred dollars for the installation package. I assumed he meant because the crank arms needed installing. I asked, then, if I could just have the brakes adjusted, to which he said, "just go home and do your job." Immediately, I felt my blood boil, and I know I was justified since his hostility even seemed to shock the young employee and another customer that was in there browsing. Rather than start an argument with an unreasonable person, I decided my best bet was to just grab my bicycle and leave. This was about two hours ago. Since that time, I took my bicycle elsewhere and got everything I needed done. So yeah, be warned if you show up when the older guy is on his period, prepare to be treated horribly.