Cycle Solutions – Cabbagetown

So how many bikes does one need to buy from a big box store before you realize you are better off going to a professional? The answer is one, but if you are like me you have probably bought a couple bikes. So fed up was I with broken down bike that never seemed to work and could seldom be fixed that I decided to go to my local bike shop and get set up. This was a great experience…customized parts and pieces to suit my needs and the ultimate reward: two years worth of free tune ups.

 
The funny thing about that is the bike I bought at cycle solutions has not needed a tune up. By my guess the bike I purchased from cycle solutions is now at a break even with the two bikes I had gone through the previous two years from a big box store(s). Well worth the investment.
Pete Lovering is the publisher of the  Parliament Street News and welcomes all shout out to local businesses that are providing great service. parliamentstnews@gmail.com

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