Heh, heh.TCB said:let me guess.....is your name Timmy!
I forget the name. It was off of College Blvd. in a little shopping center. I remember a wood exterior. It was somewhere near that old food market up in the Del Cerro area. That was when aluminum frames were fairly new. I think they sold Balance bikes? Lots of anodized aluminum back in the day. I remember the counter had all these forks to lust after. I think FS was new, so maybe in the early to mid 90s. The suspension center advertised its location, but it was in a separate counter and area in the shop.DRAKETHOMAS said:I was told about the shop but what was its name and when was it opened? It is a fact you cant buy a bike without suspension, generally speaking. I dont see how this wont work. Selling suspension should be left to professionals not your local bike shop with some fellow who only cares whether or not he is gonna get his comission. I have a ton of experience here in So Cal almost 16 years full time, I have turned a few wrenches and changed swimming pools of shock oil