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please define "ss problem" as there are a few good shops in the Richmond area but if you need parts Nashbar has a lot of 1" stuff in stock.avoid Agees service dept. Rowletts is a good place but they do not work on X-mart stuff. "pedals,chains & things" in Enon works on any bike, gives good service,and is reasonably priced. he even looks for used but good parts to be able to save the customers $ when possible.Gary is a real good person to deal with. I prefer Rowletts if Gary did not open for service & advice
 

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craigy said:
So what is the best - I want one to help me sort out some ss problems and I'm riding on a 1" steerer tube

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I would also recommend Goodly's Bike on Broad street. Very good guys there Talk to the owner Duke (pronounced Duck). A good wrench just give your self a minute to get used to his accent.

I have heard good thing about cobblestone too but never been there.
Chris
 

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cbchess said:
I would also recommend Goodly's Bike on Broad street. Very good guys there Talk to the owner Duke (pronounced Duck). A good wrench just give your self a minute to get used to his accent.

I have heard good thing about cobblestone too but never been there.
Chris
Just bought my K2 at Goodly's yesterday. Great service, awesome deal!
 
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