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anyone here have a good connection, store?
friend looking for a new bike..not 3,000 more like 350-400 ish range if possible
 

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I got mine at Anchor Bay Bike & Fitness. They are in a mini mall, next to VG's Grocery store on 23 Mile, just west of Jefferson in New Baltimore. Smaller store, good service. Love my Trek!
 

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Try Allied Cycle on Gratiot in Eastpointe. I'm not sure if they sell Trek but they do carry a number of good brands. I bought my Univega there. Great service too.
 

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QUOTE(Nitro225Optimax @ Jul 21 2009, 08:24 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>Check out www.mmba.org for great bike and bike shop recommendations.

You might find a great gently used bike also.

American Cycle and Fitness is the largest Trek Dealer with several sites throughout SE Michigan, but I prefer a Giant and purchased mine at KLM in Rochester.

+1 for KLM. We bought Raleighs there years ago. I used to work with the owner's (Frank) wife. Didn't try to "oversell" us on something we didn't want or need. Went back a couple years later and bought a treadmill from them.
 

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Yeah. KLM was the first shop to actually explain the component differences to me of the different levels of bikes. They also were happy to show me any bike I wanted to see. They were friendly, understanding, and asked me questions to put me on the right bike. I ended up buying a Giant Trance X2 Full Suspension for nearly $2k. Service has been great since as well.

For the record, they still carry entry level bikes in the few hundred dollar range. Any of which is far better than a huffy. Dont even get me started on huffy's, I'd probably offend someone...lol.
 

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I bought a Huffy new 10 years ago for $100 and still ride it every day!!!

I know there is no comparison, but for my purposes it has served me quite well. I would never trust it on a trail though.

I AM looking for a $10-20 cheap Huffy style bike to keep at the marina if anyone has one laying around collecting dust...
 
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