Cycle World

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  • 8476 Southwest 40th Street

    Miami, FL 33155

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  • 305-221-2123

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Hours
Monday 10:00 AM-7:30 PM, Tuesday 10:00 AM-7:30 PM, Wednesday 10:00 AM-7:30 PM, Thursday 10:00 AM-7:30 PM, Friday 10:00 AM-7:30 PM, Saturday 9:30 AM-7:30 PM, Sunday 11:30 AM-5:30 PM

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I have had horrible problems with this store on more then one occassion. First I bought a $12 water cage that bends every time you take out the bottle (made by trek). I have to rebend the cage every time for the bottle not to fall out. The worst part is when i had an axle replaced, my bike's axle bent after about 200 miles (or 3 months of use). Granted it was only a $250 bike, so it may have been a sub par axle. The axle that it was replaced with bent on a trail that was an easy/intermediate trail in Amelia Earhart Park (in Miami) in less then 5 miles. So, I took the wheel back in to complain that it did not last but 5 miles. I was treated awful by the repair men and manager. They told me I was lying when I told them it happened on a trail, and said i was jumping it (which I don't do) and continued to tell me this the whole time I was there. The employee even criticized me saying it was cheap. So I asked why a cheap rim is still true if the axle is so great, his response was "don't ask me you jump" i continued to say "I DON'T JUMP." So I waited outside for the owner to arrive to voice my concern. After talking to the owner, I got a new axle. But, when I returned to get the wheel, I was still being harrassed by some of the workers about jumping (and this is the great part--it bent in 1/4 mile while I was riding aound my apartment complex. I guess on a small speed bump at less then 5mph when I was resetting the derailer). The use of such cheap parts is very irresponsible as broken axle could have hurt me. I guess this store will do anything for a quick buck even disregarding the safety of their customers.I have since replaced the axle MY SELF with a cro-mo axle and found that a they did not even assemble it properly the Nuts were loose, no tools needed to disassemble, and they left off a cap on the free wheel side that protects from dirt and supports the axle against the hub, No doubt hoping the axle would bend again so they could sell new parts or a new bike. the new axle has over 80 miles of harder trail riding on it and still true as ever. The "Bird Road Cycle World is a rip off"

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I have had horrible problems with this store on more then one occassion. First I bought a $12 water cage that bends every time you take out the bottle (made by trek). I have to rebend the cage every time for the bottle not to fall out. The worst part is when i had an axle replaced, my bike's axle bent after about 200 miles (or 3 months of use). Granted it was only a $250 bike, so it may have been a sub par axle. The axle that it was replaced with bent on a trail that was an easy/intermediate trail in Amelia Earhart Park (in Miami) in less then 5 miles. So, I took the wheel back in to complain that it did not last but 5 miles. I was treated awful by the repair men and manager. They told me I was lying when I told them it happened on a trail, and said i was jumping it (which I don't do) and continued to tell me this the whole time I was there. The employee even criticized me saying it was cheap. So I asked why a cheap rim is still true if the axle is so great, his response was "don't ask me you jump" i continued to say "I DON'T JUMP." So I waited outside for the owner to arrive to voice my concern. After talking to the owner, I got a new axle. But, when I returned to get the wheel, I was still being harrassed by some of the workers about jumping (and this is the great part--it bent in 1/4 mile while I was riding aound my apartment complex. I guess on a small speed bump at less then 5mph when I was resetting the derailer). The use of such cheap parts is very irresponsible as broken axle could have hurt me. I guess this store will do anything for a quick buck even disregarding the safety of their customers.I have since replaced the axle MY SELF with a cro-mo axle and found that a they did not even assemble it properly the Nuts were loose, no tools needed to disassemble, and they left off a cap on the free wheel side that protects from dirt and supports the axle against the hub, No doubt hoping the axle would bend again so they could sell new parts or a new bike. the new axle has over 80 miles of harder trail riding on it and still true as ever. The "Bird Road Cycle World is a rip off"

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A bunch of crooks. I gave a $ 400 deposit on a Giant TCR advanced 2 to Gustavo with the promise he would sell me the 2010 for the same price as the 2009 when it came in. When the bike finally came in he tried to raise the price by $300 a classic bait and switch. I voiced my concern to Mr. Lee, the owner who refuse to honor my deposit or the price.

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A bunch of crooks. I gave a $ 400 deposit on a Giant TCR advanced 2 to Gustavo with the promise he would sell me the 2010 for the same price as the 2009 when it came in. When the bike finally came in he tried to raise the price by $300 a classic bait and switch. I voiced my concern to Mr. Lee, the owner who refuse to honor my deposit or the price.

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