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March 11, 2003, 06:31 PM


I highly recommend this shop. I took my rear tire there and they installed it in 15 minutes even thou they had a shop full of bikes they were working on. It was also a reasonable 30$, Which I do not mind paying when you get such great service!


I remember back in the riding season last year, I went to 3-4 different shops because I wanted my tire changed, none would change the tire so I could ride the next day(I had a big ride scheduled), Clinton Cycles even thou were busy gladly took the tire and installed it in 30 minutes. They said "We are happy to accommodate you".

Its nice going to go to a shop and be greated by friendly people.


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March 15, 2003, 05:33 PM

I go to this place all the time. Its down the street from my house. The service is great. Also one the the mechanics does a lot of side work for a great price.
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April 1, 2003, 10:13 AM

yes, clinton is great.. they usually have gear none of the other shops carry like alpinestars, corsa, nexx and others... hell that was the only place in the area that i found that had X11's on display to try on.. colemans had ONE in woodbridge and it was locked in a glass case. i was mad i had to miss this saturday's open house, i heard they had some good deals going.

hey scorch, $30 for the tire change, did you take just your rim and new tire there?
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April 1, 2003, 10:31 AM

Hey guy's can you give me the address to this place and also an avenue cause I am coming from Va.


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April 1, 2003, 10:37 AM

Its real easy Chico. Coming up 495 from Va. you take exit 7a and go to about 2-3 miles on RT 5 south and you will see it on your rt. Go to the next exit and come back down Old Branch rd and you cant miss it.


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April 1, 2003, 01:14 PM

also www.clintoncycles.com for phone numbers and hours etc

i think they close at 7pm weekdays...
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April 3, 2003, 08:01 AM

Yeah, I heard the open house was off the hook. I thought it would have been cancelled because of the rain that day.
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April 30, 2003, 05:55 PM

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I go to this place all the time. Its down the street from my house. The service is great. Also one the the mechanics does a lot of side work for a great price.
I heard all these great things here, when I went to get my tyre changed they wanted 52 to 70 depending on the work, so I dont know how you guys got 30?

also can you PM me on the mechanics (who works on the side) email addy??


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April 30, 2003, 07:48 PM

yea i dunno what happened... called to make an appt and they said it would be around 60-70 IF i brought the tire in myself. WTF MAYN!

i went to CAD cycles instead, up the street from my house. i already forgot the price but i want to say $30 apiece(?) and i brought the bike in because i was extremely lazy that day... they would have charged me $15ea if i just brought them the tires and wheels -- will do that next time. AWESOME

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April 30, 2003, 08:08 PM

i've also been to cliton cycles and was not impressed at all either

have had better luck about miles south at atlantic cycle... but the boys down in fredericksburg at extreme motorsports are the best i have dealt with....


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