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A Bicycle Odyssey


Average Rating:    (5 of 5)

No. of Reviews: 1

Every high end frame you can think of is here. they also have fully built up bikes, this is a full stocked shop, everything you could think of. Tony, the owner knows his stuff. but if you want a trek or cannondale, you will need to look elsewhere, but if you're interested in a custom built Taylor or Waterford, Tony is the guy to see.
Latitude
37.86054
Longitude
-122.486851
Address
1417 Bridgeway
City/County
Sausalito
State/Territory/Province
CA
Zip/Postal Code
94965
Phone
(415) 332-3050
Shop Hours
Mon-Sat: 10-7; Sun: 10-5
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Review Date
November 28, 2007

Overall Rating
 5 of 5

Customer Service Rating
 5 of 5

Technical Expertise Rating
 5 of 5

I visit this shop:
Been there once

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Reviewed by: hopp_ed ,  Weekend Warrior

Shop Summary:
This shop is focused on top-end roadbikes (well stocked with incredible frames/wheels/etc hanging from the walls) but it also has a good selection of mountain bikes available (Scott, Ibis, Titus, Marin, Lapierre). Where this shop shines -- customer service.

Customer Service:
My experience with the customer service has been superb. Andrew, my salesman and a mountain bike racer, took extraordinary time with me on repeat occasions to well understand my background and what I was looking for and to provide well-informed and thoughtfully-qualified suggestions based on personal experience. Tony, the owner, also chimed in with valuable suggestions and comments. Of the four local shops I visited recently, the customer service in this place was a good degree above the rest (with Summit San Rafael second).

Other Comments:
While I was in the shop on a couple of occasions many obviously repeat high-end road bike customers came through and were treated well and on a first-name basis. In sum, I think this place caters to people who generally are much further up the hobby/sport ladder than am I and, nonetheless, they treated me courteously and professionally. This is the type of place that I would proudly call my local bike shop.



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