Good Bike Fixers!!christchurch

Postby sumrandumguy on Wed 26/Dec/07 5:59pm

hi everyone, my gt is not a goer at the moment and i really want to get it up and running again. the problem is that all the bike shops i have been to to try and fix the problem have'nt done much at all. Has anyone got the names of good bike shops that they have found to do a good job solving/fixing problems with bikes (in the christchurch area)??
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Postby Tama on Wed 26/Dec/07 6:02pm

Moved to the Canterbury Forum :)
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Postby sumrandumguy on Wed 26/Dec/07 6:05pm

cheers
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Postby KoNa_dHer on Wed 26/Dec/07 6:16pm

Try Peter Page at Doctor Bike www.doctorbike.co.nz

or if you can't get out that far Bike HQ are usually pretty good
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Postby Owen on Wed 26/Dec/07 6:22pm

I always went to Bike HQ, they are pretty good, though impossible to contact by phone. Either they are super busy pretty much all the time or never pick up.
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Postby Wobbler on Wed 26/Dec/07 8:03pm

What is the problem with the bike?
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Postby sumrandumguy on Thu 27/Dec/07 8:07am

um im not completly sure, something to do with my cranks and bottom bracket and also my front hub which should'nt be too hard to fix..i have taken my bike with the same problems to 3 other bike shops and they have not been able to fix it??
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Postby Halo24 on Thu 27/Dec/07 10:35am

Maybe its not broken!
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Postby sideways on Thu 27/Dec/07 10:54am

If you cant tell a bike shop what is wrong with ?? how do you know there is a prob??
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Postby METZ on Thu 27/Dec/07 12:40pm

should have taken it back to first shop till they get it right.
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RE: Good Bike Fixers!!christchurch

Postby boo_chch on Thu 27/Dec/07 2:11pm

sumrandumguy wrote: my gt is not a goer at the moment


I know whats wrong

its a GT :D
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Postby Porno on Thu 27/Dec/07 4:48pm

Owen wrote: I always went to Bike HQ, they are pretty good, though impossible to contact by phone. Either they are super busy pretty much all the time or never pick up.


SUPER BUSY FOR SURE BUT FOR A GOOD REASON.....
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Postby louis on Thu 27/Dec/07 4:57pm

hub cycles always do a good job thats where my bike just got done recently, but they are a bit pricey, but you pay for what you get.
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Postby sumrandumguy on Thu 27/Dec/07 9:31pm

Halo24 wrote: Maybe its not broken!
im prety sure it is buddy, its not even ride-able so put it that way :D
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Postby Wobbler on Thu 27/Dec/07 9:36pm

so what exactly is wrong with it?

Front wheels moves side to side? doesent turn at all etc?

same with cranks?
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