Agee's Bicycle Co

★★★★☆
  • 11020 Midlothian Turnpike

    Richmond, VA 23235

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  • 804-794-6754

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I would have to agree with other reviewers. I am very unimpressed with the snobbish attutude of the staff. I should have walked out when I was buying the bike but I figured what the F and paid for it. The manager who sold it was pretty

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I would have to agree with other reviewers. I am very unimpressed with the snobbish attutude of the staff. I should have walked out when I was buying the bike but I figured what the F and paid for it. The manager who sold it was pretty

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I only live a mile and a half from work, so I decide to save gas money and buy a bike. The radio had been telling me for months that Agges Bicycles "Bring's out the best in you". My wife and I are out shopping one day and we stop at the

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I only live a mile and a half from work, so I decide to save gas money and buy a bike. The radio had been telling me for months that Agges Bicycles "Bring's out the best in you". My wife and I are out shopping one day and we stop at the

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I decided to make the jump from my 8 year old Fuji Newest road bike to something more up to date. Ended up south of the river at the Agee's Bicycle Midlothian Turnpike location. I was greeted by Will and Brian who proceeded to show me a

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I decided to make the jump from my 8 year old Fuji Newest road bike to something more up to date. Ended up south of the river at the Agee's Bicycle Midlothian Turnpike location. I was greeted by Will and Brian who proceeded to show me a

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I took my 77' raleigh in to get the crank/ bottom bracket pulled, and somehow they lost 2 bearings and stripped a bracket. I called them and "they don't remember", "it could have been my fault" blazay blah... THEY DON'T OWN UP TO THEIR MISTAKES! If you're in the Richmond area, try bunnyhop, carytown bicycles, or re-cycles. Screw these guys, they do NOT deserve your money.

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I took my 77' raleigh in to get the crank/ bottom bracket pulled, and somehow they lost 2 bearings and stripped a bracket. I called them and "they don't remember", "it could have been my fault" blazay blah... THEY DON'T OWN UP TO THEIR MISTAKES! If you're in the Richmond area, try bunnyhop, carytown bicycles, or re-cycles. Screw these guys, they do NOT deserve your money.

Pros: a nice fake smile when you walk in?

Cons: cust. service, work shop

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So my dad was finally done with his Cannondale time trial bike with a super light aluminum frame and super clunky Profile aerobar gearshifters. It's an older bike, but we're talking about 10 years older, not like not one of those old-timey bikes with the big front wheel and tiny back wheel. Not the cutting edge but a fine bike. Originally quite expensive as I understand.

At any rate I've always had my eye on this fine bike, and when I finally had the chance I snatched it up and set my sights on getting it modified to use about town. So where do I take it? AGEE'S, because not only do I hear they bring out the best in you but when I walk in they actually have one of those old-timey bikes with the big front wheel and the tiny back wheel! Great, so these dudes must appreciate an older bike with a story, right?

Hells no. They really seemed to think they were doing me a huge favor just to grease her up, put on new a new seat, tires, pedals and take my 160 dollars. And when I took it back to say that I really would appreciate new gear shifters even if they were just plain 'ol bar end shifters (after they'd deflected this request the first time), they quoted that modification alone at 300+ dollars, money they suggested 'would be better spent on a new bicycle.' A suggestion that, sensitive as I may be, kind of felt like a bit of a snub or at the very least blatant redirection.

*Especially* after I managed to do it myself in just under an hour with nothing but the tools and materials I found in my own garage.

So, long story short (too late), if you want a new bicycle, maybe this is the best place on the entire planet. Honestly, I wouldn't know. I do know that if you have an older bike that you love, and you don't want a sales pitch for a replacement or grief for the hassle of working on it, the Midlo Agees might not be your best bet.

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So my dad was finally done with his Cannondale time trial bike with a super light aluminum frame and super clunky Profile aerobar gearshifters. It's an older bike, but we're talking about 10 years older, not like not one of those old-timey bikes with the big front wheel and tiny back wheel. Not the cutting edge but a fine bike. Originally quite expensive as I understand.

At any rate I've always had my eye on this fine bike, and when I finally had the chance I snatched it up and set my sights on getting it modified to use about town. So where do I take it? AGEE'S, because not only do I hear they bring out the best in you but when I walk in they actually have one of those old-timey bikes with the big front wheel and the tiny back wheel! Great, so these dudes must appreciate an older bike with a story, right?

Hells no. They really seemed to think they were doing me a huge favor just to grease her up, put on new a new seat, tires, pedals and take my 160 dollars. And when I took it back to say that I really would appreciate new gear shifters even if they were just plain 'ol bar end shifters (after they'd deflected this request the first time), they quoted that modification alone at 300+ dollars, money they suggested 'would be better spent on a new bicycle.' A suggestion that, sensitive as I may be, kind of felt like a bit of a snub or at the very least blatant redirection.

*Especially* after I managed to do it myself in just under an hour with nothing but the tools and materials I found in my own garage.

So, long story short (too late), if you want a new bicycle, maybe this is the best place on the entire planet. Honestly, I wouldn't know. I do know that if you have an older bike that you love, and you don't want a sales pitch for a replacement or grief for the hassle of working on it, the Midlo Agees might not be your best bet.

Pros: They had an old-timey bicycle with a big front wheel and a tiny back wheel.

Cons: They probably make fun of it and throw spitballs at it when no one is around.

 

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