Full Cycle

★★★★★
  • 1211 13th St

    Boulder, CO 80302

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  • 303-440-7771

About Full Cycle

Hours
Monday To Friday From 10:00 AM To 07:00 PM Saturday From 10:00 AM To 06:00 PM Sunday From 11:00 AM To 05:00 PM

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Awesome! check out the case full of random cool stuff or ask William to spin a record for you, yes he'll take requests! Maybe even show you his Van Halen autographed one!

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Awesome! check out the case full of random cool stuff or ask William to spin a record for you, yes he'll take requests! Maybe even show you his Van Halen autographed one!

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I have been going Full Cycle on the Hill for some 10 years now. I have always been treated well and never too pushy.
What I like the most is that the staff is very low key but at the same time knowledgeable about multitude bikes and accessories they sell.
Couple of times I have had a chance to interact with the mechanics I have found them also eager to help and explain how to keep my bike in running right.

I do know that the owners of Full Cycle have opened another store downtown which is much bigger with more bikes to select from. However the the original Hill store remains my favorite one.

When you visit the Hill store if it's lunch time check out the sandwich shop next door. Awesome sandwiches. Especially the toasted ones.

icefinn

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★★★★★

I have been going Full Cycle on the Hill for some 10 years now. I have always been treated well and never too pushy.
What I like the most is that the staff is very low key but at the same time knowledgeable about multitude bikes and accessories they sell.
Couple of times I have had a chance to interact with the mechanics I have found them also eager to help and explain how to keep my bike in running right.

I do know that the owners of Full Cycle have opened another store downtown which is much bigger with more bikes to select from. However the the original Hill store remains my favorite one.

When you visit the Hill store if it's lunch time check out the sandwich shop next door. Awesome sandwiches. Especially the toasted ones.

icefinn

Pros: Service

Cons: Parking may be a challenge

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My salesman (Chris?) raced both hardtail and FS bikes, and gave me really good recommendations on what component upgrades were worthwhile and which were not. A great combo of both weight saving and durability. Very fair price for a high end bike. Great build up. Good 10% discount on accessories at time of purchase (I know everyone does this, but there was no push for you to buy, and they left it open for me for a while. And there is an excellent range of bikes there for all levels of interest and $$$. Plus, they have really cool cruisers, which I want now! Great people there, period. Oh, and if you have drive there, always seems to be a spot right in front!

2
★★★★★

My salesman (Chris?) raced both hardtail and FS bikes, and gave me really good recommendations on what component upgrades were worthwhile and which were not. A great combo of both weight saving and durability. Very fair price for a high end bike. Great build up. Good 10% discount on accessories at time of purchase (I know everyone does this, but there was no push for you to buy, and they left it open for me for a while. And there is an excellent range of bikes there for all levels of interest and $$$. Plus, they have really cool cruisers, which I want now! Great people there, period. Oh, and if you have drive there, always seems to be a spot right in front!

Pros: Thumbs up. Great service, lots of time spent fitting bike to my frame, good parking.

Cons: nada

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The sales people were excellent in helping me with my choice of purchases for the type of biking I was going to do. It was fun talking to them and sharing experiences. Will go back anytime.

2
★★★★★

The sales people were excellent in helping me with my choice of purchases for the type of biking I was going to do. It was fun talking to them and sharing experiences. Will go back anytime.

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where it's hard to find a bike shop that's not bigger on bongs, this one is ALL ABOUT BIKING!! they meet you on whatever level you want to talk bikes, and you may even leave with a new riding partner!

2
★★★★★

where it's hard to find a bike shop that's not bigger on bongs, this one is ALL ABOUT BIKING!! they meet you on whatever level you want to talk bikes, and you may even leave with a new riding partner!

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The staff at Full Cycle is knowledgeable, friendly and enthusiastic about bikes! Their selection is outstanding. The sales staff will spend all the time you need teaching you about their products, fitting you to just the right bike. I left feeling like I had a crash course in bikes! I was pumped to go out and ride.

2
★★★★★

The staff at Full Cycle is knowledgeable, friendly and enthusiastic about bikes! Their selection is outstanding. The sales staff will spend all the time you need teaching you about their products, fitting you to just the right bike. I left feeling like I had a crash course in bikes! I was pumped to go out and ride.

Pros: knowledgeable staff, great selection, awesome service department

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So, I have lived in Boulder a long time. I ride bikes. road, mountain, cruiser. I have even done a little cyclocross. So when Full Cycle expanded and opened up the shop on 18th and Pearl I was happy. Over the past year it has become my only bike shop. The staff rocks! Their fit guy, RC, fit me on my old road bike. I did not even know I was fitted wrong but boy has it made a difference on long rides! Now I am looking at an"end of season" sale on a Giant Trance 1. The staff is fun, you can tell they love their job!

5
★★★★★

So, I have lived in Boulder a long time. I ride bikes. road, mountain, cruiser. I have even done a little cyclocross. So when Full Cycle expanded and opened up the shop on 18th and Pearl I was happy. Over the past year it has become my only bike shop. The staff rocks! Their fit guy, RC, fit me on my old road bike. I did not even know I was fitted wrong but boy has it made a difference on long rides! Now I am looking at an"end of season" sale on a Giant Trance 1. The staff is fun, you can tell they love their job!

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Wow! I had the best service experience at Full Cycle on Pearl St and 18th street in Boulder! The sales man, I wish I could remember his name, was informed on all levels of road bikes. i was just looking and had so much fun learning about head tubes and angles and woman specific bikes I had to buy one (TCR by Giant, love it!) They have a huge selection of cruisers, want one of those too, Humm, Christmas gift?!?! How do I forward this to my husband??? He spent the whole time drooling over the IBUS mountain bike, all carbon. Yup, it was pretty but the purple Maverick in the window... purple! Anyway, great experience. I highly recommend!!

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★★★★★

Wow! I had the best service experience at Full Cycle on Pearl St and 18th street in Boulder! The sales man, I wish I could remember his name, was informed on all levels of road bikes. i was just looking and had so much fun learning about head tubes and angles and woman specific bikes I had to buy one (TCR by Giant, love it!) They have a huge selection of cruisers, want one of those too, Humm, Christmas gift?!?! How do I forward this to my husband??? He spent the whole time drooling over the IBUS mountain bike, all carbon. Yup, it was pretty but the purple Maverick in the window... purple! Anyway, great experience. I highly recommend!!

Pros: very helpful staff, no pressure, informative and fun

Cons: not really any

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I am 99% mtn biker, maybe 1% roadie...and that's a stretch. Full Cycle is the best shop in Boulder for mountain biking. Especially on what bikes/parts/tires work on OUR trails (not smooth California singletrack, or flat midwest trails). Plus great info on local trails, rides, riding in Nederland, etc.

Also Full Cycle is THE source for the sickest cruiser bikes in Boulder!

Other shops seem to specialize in road bikes, with a bit of attitude to boot, and mtn bikes are an afterthough or just low end. Even when I stop by on my road bike, looking at new road bikes, or just tires or parts, I don't feel pressure, yet still feel like the folks there know a ton about road biking. It's so nice to not have attitude because I don't have a team jersey on or don't road race.

Finally I can't put a comment in here without a plug for Maverick bikes... if you are considering a new mtn bike, you have to demo a Maverick from Full Cycle. I think they'll even apply your demo day fees toward a purchase. Take it to Hall Ranch if you don't have a lot of time...otherwise head up to Nederland (and make sure to get directions from the folks at the shop).

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★★★★★

I am 99% mtn biker, maybe 1% roadie...and that's a stretch. Full Cycle is the best shop in Boulder for mountain biking. Especially on what bikes/parts/tires work on OUR trails (not smooth California singletrack, or flat midwest trails). Plus great info on local trails, rides, riding in Nederland, etc.

Also Full Cycle is THE source for the sickest cruiser bikes in Boulder!

Other shops seem to specialize in road bikes, with a bit of attitude to boot, and mtn bikes are an afterthough or just low end. Even when I stop by on my road bike, looking at new road bikes, or just tires or parts, I don't feel pressure, yet still feel like the folks there know a ton about road biking. It's so nice to not have attitude because I don't have a team jersey on or don't road race.

Finally I can't put a comment in here without a plug for Maverick bikes... if you are considering a new mtn bike, you have to demo a Maverick from Full Cycle. I think they'll even apply your demo day fees toward a purchase. Take it to Hall Ranch if you don't have a lot of time...otherwise head up to Nederland (and make sure to get directions from the folks at the shop).

Pros: Excellent, very knowledgeable service dept. And quick turnarounds.

Cons: None.

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This full-service bike shop is one of the friendliest around. They'll not only fix your bike for you, but they'll also show you how to make minor repairs yourself. Their selection on apparel and accessories could be a little better, but it's a small shop. They don't have the cheapest prices around, but for the attention and service, my husband and I think it's worth paying a little extra $

4
★★★★☆

This full-service bike shop is one of the friendliest around. They'll not only fix your bike for you, but they'll also show you how to make minor repairs yourself. Their selection on apparel and accessories could be a little better, but it's a small shop. They don't have the cheapest prices around, but for the attention and service, my husband and I think it's worth paying a little extra $

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Full Cycle, on the 'Hill', is, in my opinion, University Bicycles main competitor. I favor one or the other depending on my needs and/or mood. Fully Cycle's employees are just as skilled and knowledgeable as UBike's employees. It kind of depends on what atmosphere you're looking for. Full Cycle is smaller in size, and isn't as loud. Smaller means less room for inventory. Try both, and you'll see what I mean.

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★★★★★

Full Cycle, on the 'Hill', is, in my opinion, University Bicycles main competitor. I favor one or the other depending on my needs and/or mood. Fully Cycle's employees are just as skilled and knowledgeable as UBike's employees. It kind of depends on what atmosphere you're looking for. Full Cycle is smaller in size, and isn't as loud. Smaller means less room for inventory. Try both, and you'll see what I mean.

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