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2825 Fairfax St Denver, CO 80207
2825 Fairfax StreetUSColoradoDenver80207
(303) 393-1963thebikedepot.org
Bicycle Repair Shop, Non-Profit Organization
Bicycle Repair Shop
Non-Profit Organization
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Used Bicycle Shop
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Monday ClosedTuesday 12:00 – 7:00 pmWednesday 12:00 – 7:00 pmThursday 12:00 – 7:00 pmFriday 11:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 11:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday Closed
Denver's Non-Profit Bike Shop. The Bike Depot offers used bikes, new/used parts and accessories, a full service menu. BD programs let you earn a bike or use the shop to fix a bike you already have.
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"Great local bicycle shop."
"Friendly volunteers and knowledgeable staff."
"Their service is a good price and they do professional work."
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ryan cleland
a month ago
Friendly volunteers and knowledgeable staff. Large selection of used parts, with work spaces.
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Jonathan Stanwyck
8 months ago
Took my very inexpensive road bike in for a tune up before riding 100K on the Tour de Cure. They had the bike ready to go before they originally expected and it rode beautifully. After 100+ miles after the tune up, the bike is still super smooth, solid, and rides like a much more expensive bike.
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joey haas
a year ago
This is a great shop for discount gear and friendly advice. That being said I have never had worse results with getting my bike tuned. I have a few bikes and upon purchasing my newest bike I decided to give this place a try. After riding the bike for a few weeks I took note of all the issues I needed addressed and gave them my bike. The turnaround was about two weeks and upon recepit of my bike nothing I asked to be fixed had been repaired. After returning the bike to them, it was returned shortly after and once again all the issues were not fixed. At this point they had been in possesion of my bike more than I had been. I decided to take the bike to a competitor for a free checkup, without informing them it had been recently tuned. Their lead mechanic gave me a report saying it needed a full tune and seemingly had not received one in a few years , even though I had brought it directly from the shop at the bike depot. Although the competitor may have been trying to get some extra money from me the performance of the bike would lead me to believe his report to be accurate. So go to the bike depot for nice folks and discount gear, but beware tuneups and make sure all the things you pay for are done as my bike clearly was skipped over in the service department.
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Response from the owner - a year ago
I apologize for our poor performance, and we are happy to do whatever it takes to fix the situation and make it up to you...please come in or give me a call to discuss the matter. James P. Mgr.
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Neil Funsch
a year ago
I was impressed by how the management had responded to the negative reviews with explanations and offers to make good. This is a non-profit neighborhood bike shop and it definitely has a neighborhood feel. When I went in there were kids building their own bikes from scratch back in the shop. The attention and service I received was first rate and I left there extremely pleased and will happily return with more business.
Response from the owner - a year ago
Thanks for the kudos, and for giving us your business...loyal and supportive customers like you assure the community bike shop movement across the nation continues to thrive! Thanks again, JP
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Alex Myers
11 months ago
Learn your bike! I bike 4 miles each way to get the stellar treatment I can depend on every time I've needed their expertise. On a busy saturday the staff fit me into their schedule to let me learn and tweak my bike, volunteers devoted their time and energy to explain, over explain and over answer any questions or curiosities I had and let me take the responsibility of upgrading and maintaining by own bike. I found quality, discount parts for my sole mode of transportation, fit the parts onto my bike as instructed and found I'd started to strip the thread installing a new pedal. I asked the head mechanic that day and he took 20 minutes out of his time with a special tool to rethread the fitting for my pedal. After a corrected installation he too verified that I had properly installed all the necessary parts. The staff here are fun, knowledgable, and handy people who enjoy helping young and old learn, repair, and manage their bikes and maintain a consistent biking lifestyle.
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Jim Chesebro
2 months ago
Great. Super cool mission.
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Natalie Burningham
a year ago
I felt I received top rate service. Mike was the one that helped me. He spent lots of time helping me decide which bike fit me the best and even took time to make several adjustments on the bikes to help me out. The price of my bike was awesome as well.
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Mike Shoup
3 years ago
Great local bicycle shop. The staff and volunteers are nice and knowledgeable. Not the typical bike snobs at other shops. Their service is a good price and they do professional work. They have excellent classes for learning how to fix bikes. They also provide bicycles to those in need. We need more shops like this.

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