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Old 02.07.2011, 21:04
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Bicycle in Zurich

Hi! I was wondering if anyone could recommend a good bike shop with fair prices (where they speak English!) in Zurich-preferably around Kreis 5? My bike was shipped in my crate and I need a little tune up for it and for the pedals, etc. to be reassembled so I can use it again.

Any recommendations would be appreciated! Thank you!
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Old 02.07.2011, 21:12
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Re: Bicycle in Zurich

Hi Stacy

I always go to to these guys at Todistrasse 42, which is a few minutes away from Paradeplatz:

http://velomaerkte.ch/Velo_zuerich.php

They speak English, are very helpful and I've used their services several times and have nothing to complain about.
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Re: Bicycle in Zurich

You could try Transa. It's in your neck of the woods.
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Re: Bicycle in Zurich

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You could try Transa. It's in your neck of the woods.

I think Transa may be on the more expensive side of things....
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