Enoch's Bike Shop

★★★★★
  • 480 10th Ave

    New York, NY 10018

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  • 212-582-0620

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Sun-Fri 9am-7pm, Sat 9am-7am

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This shop brings the best for their people. The way they communicate is definitely great. I would suggest you visit them if you love bikes.

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This shop brings the best for their people. The way they communicate is definitely great. I would suggest you visit them if you love bikes.

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If you want to assemble your own bicycle, you should visit this shop. They have good technical people who can help you and give you proper advice.

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If you want to assemble your own bicycle, you should visit this shop. They have good technical people who can help you and give you proper advice.

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If you need repairs, this shop offers a very good service. I experienced them myself and I have nothing but satisfaction for the way they handle transactions.

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If you need repairs, this shop offers a very good service. I experienced them myself and I have nothing but satisfaction for the way they handle transactions.

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This bike shop offers excellent service to each and every client they have. If I were to rate them, would surely give them five stars!

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This bike shop offers excellent service to each and every client they have. If I were to rate them, would surely give them five stars!

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There was once a zany bit on Monty Python where everyone dressed like Superman, doing mundane, everyday things, but this one guy had a secret superhero identity: Bicycle Repairman! That would be Enoch.

I went to Enoch's for years when the shop was on 52nd and 10th. This shop has always amazed me. They'd do things in 20 minutes that Toga would need days for. Enoch would reluctantly charge for his work and you'd be shaking your head in disbelief that the price could be this low and the service so good. I thought it was gone forever. Thankfully, he's relocated to 37th and 10th, actually two blocks from my office.

The other week he gave me a tune-up. He had to replace a spoke or two, and apologetically charged me $40. Apologetically! He told me that my "dropout" (derailleur hanger) was the wrong one, and he'd be happy to replace it for me if I could find it online. (My bike is a Schwinn, and he just doesn't deal often with Schwinns or carry their stock or catalog, etc.) Now let me tell you, the reason it was the wrong one was because some years ago, his former employee did me a solid -- the thing had broken, and I traipsed all over town trying to find one, to no avail -- he fashioned one for me from an old dropout. I forgot all about it -- it was that good a job. So here we are in 2010, and now, armed with Google, I find the part and order it, and bring it in to Enoch. Enoch's mechanic, using some elbow grease, removed the make-shift dropout. and commenced to replace it with the part I brought in. Unfortunately, despite my best efforts, it t was simply not the correct dropout. Even more unfortunate, the one he took off was now fatigued metal, and could not safely be used again. What to do? He told me to leave the bike there, and he'd talk to Enoch about possibly making another makeshift dropout to give me some time to hopefully find the correct one. I called back a few hours later and Enoch told me he made a new dropout for me. He said "Eh, fifteen bucks -- I can't really charge much for this. The bike rides, but you should really get the right part." I walk in 10 minutes later. Enoch said, "What a fiasco! I had a lot of problems with this -- I put a lot of pressure to get it to fit, and the damned derailleur broke apart! So I put on a new one for you, but it's my fault, so no charge. Just the $15."

I dare you to find another bike store in this city or perhaps anywhere that will provide this kind of service, go the extra mile(s), give you same-day service, take responsibility when something goes wrong, and charge you 1970s prices.

2
★★★★★

There was once a zany bit on Monty Python where everyone dressed like Superman, doing mundane, everyday things, but this one guy had a secret superhero identity: Bicycle Repairman! That would be Enoch.

I went to Enoch's for years when the shop was on 52nd and 10th. This shop has always amazed me. They'd do things in 20 minutes that Toga would need days for. Enoch would reluctantly charge for his work and you'd be shaking your head in disbelief that the price could be this low and the service so good. I thought it was gone forever. Thankfully, he's relocated to 37th and 10th, actually two blocks from my office.

The other week he gave me a tune-up. He had to replace a spoke or two, and apologetically charged me $40. Apologetically! He told me that my "dropout" (derailleur hanger) was the wrong one, and he'd be happy to replace it for me if I could find it online. (My bike is a Schwinn, and he just doesn't deal often with Schwinns or carry their stock or catalog, etc.) Now let me tell you, the reason it was the wrong one was because some years ago, his former employee did me a solid -- the thing had broken, and I traipsed all over town trying to find one, to no avail -- he fashioned one for me from an old dropout. I forgot all about it -- it was that good a job. So here we are in 2010, and now, armed with Google, I find the part and order it, and bring it in to Enoch. Enoch's mechanic, using some elbow grease, removed the make-shift dropout. and commenced to replace it with the part I brought in. Unfortunately, despite my best efforts, it t was simply not the correct dropout. Even more unfortunate, the one he took off was now fatigued metal, and could not safely be used again. What to do? He told me to leave the bike there, and he'd talk to Enoch about possibly making another makeshift dropout to give me some time to hopefully find the correct one. I called back a few hours later and Enoch told me he made a new dropout for me. He said "Eh, fifteen bucks -- I can't really charge much for this. The bike rides, but you should really get the right part." I walk in 10 minutes later. Enoch said, "What a fiasco! I had a lot of problems with this -- I put a lot of pressure to get it to fit, and the damned derailleur broke apart! So I put on a new one for you, but it's my fault, so no charge. Just the $15."

I dare you to find another bike store in this city or perhaps anywhere that will provide this kind of service, go the extra mile(s), give you same-day service, take responsibility when something goes wrong, and charge you 1970s prices.

Pros: Great service, fast turnaround, amazing prices

Cons: None for repairs. Very limited inventory of bikes etc.

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Enoch's bike shop has served the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood for years and years, Enoch is a great guy who is honest and works hard to make sure the customers are happy.

Enoch has kept all of our family bikes on the road for years, he's the best.

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★★★★★

Enoch's bike shop has served the Hell's Kitchen neighborhood for years and years, Enoch is a great guy who is honest and works hard to make sure the customers are happy.

Enoch has kept all of our family bikes on the road for years, he's the best.

Pros: Excellent service, fair prices

Cons: none...

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I went there soon after purchasing a used bicycle from Craigslist during my work hours since it was close. I suspected that the rims have been egged by the previous owner and may need replacement. Enoch took and look and suggested that it was the tires that had the problem and not the rims. It was not mounted on properly. I was appreciative of his honesty and friendliness. He could have ripped me off by saying I needed new wheels which would have ended being costly. He reseated the tires and filled them to proper pressure. He also straightened (trued) the rims and adjusted my handle bars. In the end he only charged me $12 for everything. I highly recommend Enoch's and would definitely come back.

2
★★★★★

I went there soon after purchasing a used bicycle from Craigslist during my work hours since it was close. I suspected that the rims have been egged by the previous owner and may need replacement. Enoch took and look and suggested that it was the tires that had the problem and not the rims. It was not mounted on properly. I was appreciative of his honesty and friendliness. He could have ripped me off by saying I needed new wheels which would have ended being costly. He reseated the tires and filled them to proper pressure. He also straightened (trued) the rims and adjusted my handle bars. In the end he only charged me $12 for everything. I highly recommend Enoch's and would definitely come back.

Pros: Fast Honest and Friendly service, stocks bicycle necessities

Cons: None

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Enoch is usually in his shop and has gone out of his way to be there for my hard hours - stayed late earlier today to let me pick up my bike, and in the few times I've gone in has always been exceptionally helpful and his prices are half what I've seen at Toga and City Bicycles. HIGHLY recommend.

2
★★★★★

Enoch is usually in his shop and has gone out of his way to be there for my hard hours - stayed late earlier today to let me pick up my bike, and in the few times I've gone in has always been exceptionally helpful and his prices are half what I've seen at Toga and City Bicycles. HIGHLY recommend.

Pros: EXCELLENT prices, great personal service

Cons: Not most convenient location, short on inventory

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LOVE my new ride. Enoch's has been around a long time; bike messengers are a staple there although I never bought there until recently. Enoch's moved 2 blocks from my office and the many meetings I do around town are costing me a fortune in cab fare or a fourtune of time in mass transit.
The shop is a KHS dealer; I got the Flite 300 and after Enoch dialed it init's like it was made for me.
KHS makes all kind of models, there's bound to be something for everything. With new apartment buildings soon finished next door I'm sure selection will expand. Lacks cache' big-name brands but for bike riders who know value backed up by service dependability this is the place.
Kid's selections too.
Am now considering 2nd KHS for home to replace my now 10 year old Schwinn road bike... He's offered me a great deal.......

2
★★★★☆

LOVE my new ride. Enoch's has been around a long time; bike messengers are a staple there although I never bought there until recently. Enoch's moved 2 blocks from my office and the many meetings I do around town are costing me a fortune in cab fare or a fourtune of time in mass transit.
The shop is a KHS dealer; I got the Flite 300 and after Enoch dialed it init's like it was made for me.
KHS makes all kind of models, there's bound to be something for everything. With new apartment buildings soon finished next door I'm sure selection will expand. Lacks cache' big-name brands but for bike riders who know value backed up by service dependability this is the place.
Kid's selections too.
Am now considering 2nd KHS for home to replace my now 10 year old Schwinn road bike... He's offered me a great deal.......

Pros: Value and getting the bike right for you

Cons: Limited selection

 

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