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Mike's Bikes of San Jose
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Today 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
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1180 Lincoln Ave San Jose, CA 95125
1180 Lincoln AvenueUSCaliforniaSan Jose95125
Bicycle Shop, Bicycle Repair ShopToday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 7:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 6:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
San Jose's favorite bike shop is located at 1180 Lincoln Ave. Huge selection of Specialized.
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"If you need any advice on local trails or events try a more local bike shop."
"I am looking around to purchase a road bike and dropped by Mike's bike store."
"Excellent staff, very helpful and knowledgeable plus a great service shop."
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Udai Mhd
2 weeks ago
Over Prices and misleading : If you are looking to repair your bike, i don't recommend this place at all. i have called them because i want to disassemble my bike for shipping. one guy said it cost 25$ or so for labor work. when i went there they told me it cost 100$ and you need to wait till next week to get it !!! on the same day, i went to my favorite bike shop (bicycle express) , they charged me 25$ to disassemble and package my bike !
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Donald Clark
6 months ago
A higher end bike shop - with pricingto match! That said, the gear they carry doesn't come with a significant price premium compared to other outlets. The staff are friendly and knowledgeable. They also have an excellent service and spares area through the back. Good ooening hours.
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Yun Lin
8 months ago
Didn't take the time to correctly tune rear brake on my bike: I bought a road bike online, the rear brake could not open freely. I took it to Mike's to get tuned, they couldn't figure out how to adjust it, blamed it on the brake line getting caught in the handle bar wraps. I tried it, was not happy, took it back to the shop. They took the brake off, loosened a nut that holds down the spring, that allowed the calipers to move more freely, and sent me on my way, without finishing installing and adjusting the brake. When I tried to adjust the brake myself at home, the brake still skewed to one side. After much work on my own, I found that the spring nut was related, but not the true culprit. It was the bolt that connects the two calipers that was screwed in too tight. Loosening the nut holding the spring helps when the brake was taken off the bike, but once the brake is installed, and the brake line adds tension to the spring, the calipers get stuck again. I've never used a road bike caliper brake before, so it took me 2+ weeks to figure out how it works, what parts to adjust. I was hoping the professionals would have done a quicker job, but Mike's was either not skilled enough or not dedicated enough to try to figure it out. Not impressed.
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Nathaniel Fremd
5 months ago
The service at Mike's Bikes is always great. If you have any problems with your bike, they are more then willing to help and most of the time don't even charge you.
Jonathan Montoya
4 months ago
The sales staff are very helpful. I have had multiple experiences, and have been satisfied with the front of the shop. However, the tech crew has always been somewhat pretentious and aggressive. They are very unfriendly and try and make their customers feel stupid for not knowing much about bikes. The reason why I go to a bike shop is to talk with experts about bikes. If I knew about bikes, I would not need any help.
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Matthew Wynne
5 months ago
Needed a quick tire change and flat repair. That was taken care of within minutes and I even got my seat and dropdown bars re-tightened and harnessed back to "ride ready". Great shop, good prices.
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Lucas Martines
5 months ago
these people are not very knowledgable with the local mountain biking scene. if you need any advice on local trails or events try a more local bike shop. also the only people in the place that knew anything about bikes where the mechanics...
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Lauren Renaud
5 months ago
Knowledgeable, friendly, easy to work with. Plus great location.