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A good range of DIY bits such as cables, housings, brake pads, bearings, and assorted nuts & bolts. A selection of good tools is also important

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Must be open past 5pm on weekdays

 

Must be open past 2pm on Saturdays

 

Must be open on Sundays

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Must be open past 5pm on weekdays
Must be open past 2pm on Saturdays
Must be open on Sundays

 

I agree here , most lbs never seem to be open when you need one the most.
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I drive 70km every time I need something! It's not event because of the best prices, but because I get good service!

 

 

 

Anybody else drive that far to buy cycling stuff?

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Must be open past 5pm on weekdays

 

Must be open past 2pm on Saturdays

 

Must be open on Sundays

 

 

 

ditto......

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I have just driven to Rustenburg from where I live in Magalies (about 60km) for a new saddle and some spares, could have gone to K/Dorp (30km) but the service is much better in Rustenburg and the shop is much bigger and better stocked.

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Must be open past 5pm on weekdays
Must be open past 2pm on Saturdays
Must be open on Sundays

 

I agree here ' date=' most lbs never seem to be open when you need one the most.
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Don't be silly. Just plan so that you break your bike in working hours.LOLLOL
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Honesty - Test them with a question you know the answer to. See if they give the right answer or a lot of BS and try to convince you that you need a more expensive option.

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I just someone who does what they need to and tell me they will do. little things like actually phoning me back when they say they would, or actually fixing my bike, and not give me a different answer time after time for the same problem.

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