First Flight Bikes - Bikeshops, Statesville, Carolina

First Flight Bikes - Bikeshops, Statesville, Carolina

DESCRIPTION

First Flight Bicycles is a retail bike shop in Statesville, North Carolina. We have been in business since 1988. Our Statesville location is located in a 5,000 square foot building in historic Downtown Statesville. The building dates from the 1920's with wood floors and pressed tin ceilings. We sale Trek ,Fisher and MirraCo Bikes as well as custom orders from many great companies like Rock Lobster, Sycip, Gunnar, Salsa, Surly, Ritchey and are the only place in the world to buy and design your very own Mountain Goat.

USER REVIEWS

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[Sep 08, 2017]
doug
Cross Country Rider

Local Downtown bike shop

Customer Service

was sold a bike in the wrong size. Seems like they do it the old fashion way of just a general sighting. Seems like a proper fitting would be with different sized bikes. Especially if your between sizes. Maybe they do a better fitting if you spend more money. After back and knee issues associated with the bike, I went and got a proper fitting, and found that the bike was too small. The last owner who passed away was the same height as me, I'm just a bit taller. But all of his bikes were the next size up. They aren't very good at taking returns

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because this store was local, I decided to do business with them. But I think they look at who spends the most money, weather your a local or not

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2
VALUE
RATING
2
[Feb 17, 2011]
steve
Cross Country Rider

over priced is about all i can say about the shop, average service.

Customer Service

Customer service not very good unless you ride what they sale.

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there are other shop with better prices and great service.

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1
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2
[Mar 20, 2010]
Mr.K
Weekend Warrior

First Flight is a great place to browse, chat about bikes, or search for that rare part.

Customer Service

Jeff Archer is extremely knowledgeable about everything cycling yet very laid back. You will not be subjected to any "hard-sell" or pushy salemanship here. I believe a customer would be treated the same whether he or she were buying an entry level recreational bicycle or a hard-core road or mountain bike.

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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Mar 15, 2008]
plantme777
Weekend Warrior

Worth a drive...Incredible mountain bike history museum. Patient employees. Amazing. Thousands of bikes that you have forgotten you used to covet back in 1989...

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5
VALUE
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5
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