Should you support your local bike shop?


Wilson Clough
Wilson Clough

Weird flex but ok

Vor 10 Tage
Ethan Ford
Ethan Ford

The skate scene is the same way about shops

Vor 18 Tage
Jose Collazo JR.
Jose Collazo JR.

My local bike shop does not like people going in there shop to buy stuff

Vor 19 Tage
Bruce Abe
Bruce Abe

There is a fine line between customer service and being in your face. Some people love the big hello and how are you. Others like to browse on their own and ask for help when they need it.

Vor 19 Tage
defmud80
defmud80

I live in a beach town in southern California and all the bike shops around me are full of nasty self centered douches that wont give you a minute if your on a 2500 bike. Though I can credit those clowns for making me develop into my own mechanic. Even if my gears are a little wonky. I need to get one of your stickers!

Vor 19 Tage
Lil Flyer
Lil Flyer

My local bike shop is the “oldest one in the country” (Us) I hate them. They suck. They don’t sell any good bikes and any service is $15. For example they want $20 for odi grips+$15 for installing. That also refused to install maxxis hookworms on my bike because they said it wouldn’t fit, I assured them that it would. The guy told me that if it doesn’t fit then he will charge me 15 for trying.

Vor 25 Tage
J## S#####r
J## S#####r

I've always dealt with the "shop stink eye" By remembering that I work in robotics and automation. And they work in an expensive Walmart. My problem is they ignore Mountain Bikers. Like flat ignore. You just need to find a shop that you like. Unfortunately if you live in a small area, your choices are limited.

Vor 27 Tage
MrRideutah
MrRideutah

Not a fan of bike shops, unless I have no other choice and need something ASAP. I have a good one near me but I don’t like the markup and only go when need be

Vor 28 Tage
WW11 Stalingrad
WW11 Stalingrad

My local bike shop is a complete ripoff They charge freaking 30 dollars for a flat tyre, wtf

Vor Monat
Jeff M
Jeff M

My usual rule is, I'd stay away from shops that has high rent location, high price bikes($4000+ only, and no aluminum) and PRO shops. Pro shops are there to rip your eyes out, if you arent in the cliques. what is that short travel cross bike at 3:53?

Vor Monat
BG Zantey
BG Zantey

I know a shop that has never been able to help me since i bought a bike there in 2011. Went there for the last time a month ago. Owner aways said, "oh idk, oh i cant do that, no we don't have that, no i cant help with that, naw thats a special order, no that takes too long, no my mechanics not here, no i got a lot of bikes first, no that'll take a couple days, no." Never ever ever going back trying to give them business I work on my bike now lol

Vor Monat
Asha Greyeyes
Asha Greyeyes

We mostly get the old 60s to early 2000s bikes so we get to use that frame bending tool at the end. Difficult to use if you're short but fun. We're a DIY bike shop, and help people learn to do it themselves. We hear a lot about that weird condescending attitude in other bike shops from our customers, I've been given that treatment as well. It's hard to walk into a place as a newcomer to bikes then be treated that way. I think it's the mechanics defense mechanism tho because we also get a lot of customers who give us the stare down and tell us they know bikes and they don't need our help. 5 mins later we come back and find they've taken apart their whole brake system with no idea how to put it back together. I know I was pretty cold for awhile but it was because as a new mechanic I was getting so much condescending behavior I was jus being cold from the beginning so none of that would catch me by surprise and the customer would know I meant business. But I've learned from my fellow mechanics that that's damaging behavior between us and our community and when I saw these good people questioning my behavior, I turned it around. One of my new coworkers who is on the way of becoming a great mechanic, she told me that people come into our shop tired and frustrated and we can react to that but we gotta remember we're here to help. They've come to our shop for help and guidance on something outside of their comfort zone and we have the knowledge they need. Their experience is in our hands. After she told me that, I felt better and less intimidated with working with my community. Of course there are still assholes but those are obvious and easy to let go if you got the right peeps supporting you. I'm better at spotting people who are being vulnerable and those are the people I've become so much better at helping and they've helped me learn how to be a better mechanic too. I'm sorry so many people have experienced the "stare down", but know that if you reflect openness and acknowledge both of you love bikes and the community, good people will reflect the same. If they don't, you're in a shop that just hasn't learned how influencing they are or jus don't care. And you don't need that, do what you gotta do there then get out. You don't need that in you life. You're awesome and you know it. :D

Vor Monat
Dustin D
Dustin D

My Local shop charging $150 for a $95 part on Jenson... need i say more

Vor Monat
Justgo 403
Justgo 403

I only go to bike shops I really like , if they talk to me like I don’t know shit I’m gone . It happens sometimes cuz I tend to stutter once in a while and my thoughts are often disorganized.The other problem is that I can find anything online for 30-40% cheaper than most bike shops . There is shop like Whipout in red deer Alberta that were awesome to me when I transitioned from bmx to MTB .

Vor Monat
neil bercasio
neil bercasio

bike shop near me claiming to be the best said i should have brought my frame and fork when i brought my wheelsets for allignment.. i asked if they have truing stand, the mech said bc my wheel should center in my frame and fork so i should bring my frame and fork.. i asked if he is really a bike mech.. but rhetorically and just left.. better go extra 10 miles to another shop

Vor Monat
bbram000
bbram000

Closest shop for me is Phat Tire and so far I've had a great experience.

Vor Monat
John C Winchell
John C Winchell

i wrenched @ five different shops over the years, & have frequented many more. almost every LBS has a distinctive vibe, either encouraging people to spend money there or not. my experience is if they don't charge MSRP for everything & sometimes give breaks (slight discount or a freebie), you'll probably return in the near future. conversely, shops only charging full retail (or higher) & offering no flexibility under tight circumstances won't likely see you again as a repeat customer. typically, they also drill tourists hard for money & won't give anyone the time of day unless you flash their local rider membership (platinum credit) card.

Vor Monat
bigrednitro
bigrednitro

I support my bike co op full on, they have a lot of nice used bikes and parts for a good price.

Vor Monat
Mike G
Mike G

Unfortunately in the world we live in with eBay, Amazon, ya da ya da we really don’t need them to some extent. Other then the service they offer with mechanicals or bike fittings there in the commodity business. It’s sad but the consumer now doesn’t care they want it cheaper faster and free and will search all over the World Wide Web to make it happen. If your in the commodity biz it’s a big race to who’s going to drop it faster.

Vor Monat
Julio Mateo
Julio Mateo

Good Video! I wish every bike shop had that mentality. Community outreach is the best option to run a bike shop. Cyclists are a family, if you treat them like you are superior they won’t come back.

Vor Monat
Wyatt Rogers
Wyatt Rogers

Next one

Vor Monat
Bobby Hempel
Bobby Hempel

Unfortunately the closest bike shop to me is about 60 miles so I don't actually have a local bike shop but I do support them by buying my bikes from them and occasionally buying tools but I will not buy most of my parts from them or have them do the majority of the work on my bike because I can do it myself and I can buy parts way cheaper on Amazon, when a shop charges you $24.99 for a chain that only cost ten bucks that's a little hard to justify

Vor Monat
Im Gonzo
Im Gonzo

Yes absolutly. Or your stuck buying junk from a box store like walmart. Or buying online. And guessing what u get. U dont like it send it back wait more weeks. WE NEED TO SUPPORT ARE BIKE SHOPS

Vor Monat
forester424
forester424

The problem with shops is there full of untrained self guided egotistic employees. Sure almost any shop can perform the non-technical services. However more modern advanced bikes require a technician not a mechanic with a crescent wrench. A technician goes through proper training or refers to technical manuals. A mechanic shoots from the hip and usually cannot get it right the first couple of times. Given the speed in which bikes advance, a mechanic from a LBS is full of outdated knowledge. How many shops are QUALIFIED to work on the new XTR?

Vor Monat
humpty
humpty

My wife laughed at me when I said if you want a real good bike mechanic you need to go to the mountains...I live in so cal a good mechanic here is hard to find...advice if you can give me some I have a lot of play in my cassette I've had 2 shops look at it and they say it ok but on my lower gear it makes it scary to climb on it cause one pause and when you go to pedal it takes a little bit to engage the power to the dirt

Vor 2 Monate
CPK.Optikzz
CPK.Optikzz

Yes because if you support them, then they might not close down as early

Vor 2 Monate
Randy Buttigieg
Randy Buttigieg

I just decided to dust off my dirt jumper after watching a bunch of your vids. I need to do some work. I had a problem with the wheel not mounting correctly after a crash. My LBS told me they thought I bent my fork. I just finally investigated more closely myself and I figured out the axle is bent. The LBS missed this and at the time so did I. I'll still go to the LBS when I need wheels trued but other than that I usually try to do the work myself. I find the mechanical knowledge useful not only for dealing with problems on the road/trail but also because I am forced to maintain my bike better since I know the implications of ignoring small problems. All that said though I buy my parts at the LBS and while doing so ask for advice when needed. I find they are usually quite happy to explain things.

Vor 2 Monate
Madmartigan
Madmartigan

My local shop charges 20$ for changing front and back break pads ( after you already paid 35$ only for the pads ). Makes me mad

Vor 2 Monate
MotoAtheist
MotoAtheist

Used to have 4 shops around here, now 3.... went to check out some bikes..... None of them had anything in stock worth looking at. F'em!! I ordered my new bike online. I would think a dealer should be required to have major models in all sizes in stock at all times. Seriously, what is the point of being forced to buy from a dealer when you can't even go there to see the products and size em up! Since I'm forced in to looking at specs online anyway instead of at the dealer, much better bike deals can be found online. The craziest thing is these shops are typically in prime shopping areas... HIGH RENT!! That's crazy. Being a rare business around here, they don't need to be in a prime real estate location. They should save a shit ton of money and get a shop off the beaten path. People will still find them because there are so few of them. Now, in bigger areas with a shit ton of shops, I can see the exposure being needed.

Vor 2 Monate
ElvislaD
ElvislaD

Yes

Vor 2 Monate
cfoyt
cfoyt

My LBS has the policy if you buy the part from them they install it for free, if you buy it online and bring it in they charge for labor. Relly like them

Vor 2 Monate
Fábio Viana
Fábio Viana

I support my LBS too :) Before i always buy stuff on internet and on Second Hand site's, but when i have access to a BS that open close to my house(9km) i started to buy almost everything there, and the best part is that the guy of the store always try to make the best bike for your budget. My current bike has been built in the LBS and for the price it was amazing, plus i never have to pay for the time he spent's with my bike, he is a cool guy and almost every rider goes to that shop to buy bikes or something else. So, try to support your LBS even if you have to pay something more than buying online.

Vor 2 Monate
Damian 12
Damian 12

Ok but my dad has a bike shop

Vor 2 Monate
The AwesomeRCMinecrafter
The AwesomeRCMinecrafter

We have the same home ring, so at the end I actually paused the video to listen to who was calling. Turns out it was just 7.1 surround sound trolling me... or maybe not

Vor 2 Monate
Ray Bradlau
Ray Bradlau

I would rather buy in a shop plus its inconvenient to get mail/UPS deliveries with my schedule. unfortunately buying in a shop is not an option, they NEVER have stock of anything I need and at 6'3 they don't even bother to stock bikes in my size. (maybe 1 $500 entry level MTB in XL if Im lucky) For me its not about price I just can't see the benefit to driving to the store just so I can watch someone order the parts I need. 90% sure my next bike purchase will be from a company that will sell direct :(

Vor 2 Monate
i Bedanoqa
i Bedanoqa

I just support you with a subscribe .. Greetings

Vor 2 Monate
Charles Gozali
Charles Gozali

nice video in my country online to hype and some people refuse to go to bike shops i hope some people just go to local bike shop n suport this bike shop

Vor 2 Monate
Gilberto Restrepo
Gilberto Restrepo

I love having a great bike shops I can count on especially to help keep my loved ones bikes running safe and smoothly when I’m out of town. They know me and the bikes I bring in and have a record of everything that they have done for me. They are always friendly and worth every penny!

Vor 2 Monate
Aaron Traxinger
Aaron Traxinger

I love this shop, I was one of the tourists from Montana a week before you made this video.

Vor 2 Monate
gvi341984
gvi341984

Why waste money and time at these places? You can buy all the tools for cheap and YouTube has the guides. The owner should know how maintain his own bicycle

Vor 2 Monate
Nick Maclachlan
Nick Maclachlan

I know some great bike shops, however my current local shop is so far up it's own arse it's unbelievable. They only seem to want to know you if you are a roadie (even though they sell MTB's too) and even then only if you are one of the "wheelers" who ride out every Sat/Sun in matching gear and beards. Fed up of being treated as a second class citizen cos I want to get muddy!

Vor 2 Monate
Tim Extremeliving
Tim Extremeliving

That looks like a pretty cool bike shop I lile the wood track, the broken derailers and the rental bike features.

Vor 2 Monate
carlos Simental
carlos Simental

I want to now witch is better a trek marlin 6 or diomand back atroz 1 both 2018

Vor 2 Monate
Wesley Alth
Wesley Alth

I don’t buy many consumable parts(tubes and CO2) online most of the time when I need them I need them now so the shop is the best way

Vor 2 Monate
Lex Van De Wal
Lex Van De Wal

Why not the service i got and the info they never going to give on the internet the guy didnt want me to sell a bike where i would not be happy with

Vor 2 Monate
Jan Skrotnes
Jan Skrotnes

Only one bike shop where I live, and all they good guys have quit because of terrible management. Now I'm thinking of starting my own, as a hobby more than a business. I don't need the income, but I think people should be able to get qualified help with repairs and maintenance, bikes today are crazy expensive, and a lot of people here are dropping the sport because their bikes break down from a lack of maintenance.

Vor 2 Monate
yilmanbabilonia
yilmanbabilonia

I went to a bike shop to tighten the handlebar it was literally screw two things they charged me $8 for it. Why? I was in the market to buy a saddle which they had. I walked out.

Vor 2 Monate
Johannes Nilsen
Johannes Nilsen

Problem with many shops is lack of knowledge, some times they will tell you something is impossible, or that they don't know, also lack of tools, people to do the job, overflowed in the summer. Sending to service centre also takes long time, and you might find out they forgot to do something. I my area there's only one choice do it my self, but not everyone can.

Vor 2 Monate
Alex Urrutia
Alex Urrutia

weapon of choice hahah seth you always leave a nice funny moment to end your videos always fun an thought out !great video keep them coming !!

Vor 2 Monate
Matthew Leo
Matthew Leo

A LBS got me into fixing bikes when I was 9 years old. It was 1970, and for Christmas my mom bought me a forest green Raleigh Chopper -- Mark 1, mind you, before the lawyers got their mitts on it and made it safer, but un-cool. It cost the equivalent of $450 in 2018 dollars. That must have been quite a stretch for a working class city family, but it was a beautiful thing, a true 60s design icon. The Mk1 chopper was a lot like a 60s British sports car: gorgeous to look at but dangerous to drive, and above all, *unreliable*. In the UK it was sold with a high quality 3 speed Sturmey Archer internally geared hub, but over here it was sold with an incredibly crude 5 speed derailleur, and as the weeks wore on I'd lose my lowest gear, then my second lowest and so on until all I had was high gear. Then I'd push it over the hill to the LBS, and the owner would squint at it and announce, "You gotta bent derailluh!". I'd turn it over to him, and two weeks later I'd pay him $5 to get it back. To put that in perspective, that's $33.35 in 2018 dollars. And I had to do it about once a month. All of my income was going into keeping that bike on the road, and I still had to walk half the time! I asked the LBS owner why my "derrailuh" kept getting bent. "Popping wheelies," he answered. When I told my buddy this, his response was in retrospect hilariously insightful: "If you can't pop a wheelie on this thing," he demanded, "what good is it?" The Raleigh Chopper was complete rubbish as transportation, but oh, did you look cool doing wheelies on it. The next time it happened I was ready to give up. What was that guy taking all that money for? If he was bending it back I could that myself. So what if I broke it, I couldn't afford this anymore. So I looked at the derailleur , which was a massive piece of stamped metal, and it didn't *look* bent. I couldn't see how it could even *get* bent. But I did notice two little screws labeled "H" and "L". "High" and "low" maybe? I got a butter knife, backed out the "L" screw, and suddenly I had all my gears back! You cannot imagine my outrage. I was furious. So furious that in the 48 years since, I have never once taken a bike to a LBS for repairs. I wish I could wheelie my mountain bike like I could wheelie that Chopper.

Vor 2 Monate
Jr Tighe
Jr Tighe

Bought my first entry level mountain bike at a lbs about 20 years ago. I asked many questions, and brought it back to them after every other ride to look at. I'm sure I was a complete pain in the ass and they must have cringed every time I showed up. However, they never let on that this was the case. I was always treated with respect, and learned something new about the bike every time I visited. Since then I have personally bought another 3 bikes and referred at least a dozen others who have bought one or more bikes there. The lesson is that it is good business to be patient and understanding with your customers. Any time you think you "wasted" may pay incredible dividends down the road. Turning off even one customer could result in the loss of many future customers.

Vor 2 Monate
Nick Brescia
Nick Brescia

Was at Squatch Saturday and they we’re awesome! Cool shop, cool people and excellent service. Highly recommend!

Vor 2 Monate
Liam Wearne
Liam Wearne

New burm creek ?

Vor 2 Monate
Anthony HT
Anthony HT

I keep my LBS busy when it comes to big repair like bearings jobs and suspension maintenance. I buy every clothes and shoes at bike shops cause you can't buy it online without returning half of it every time. But when it comes to parts and spares, shopping online is just a better option since the price in store is nowhere near competitive to the one you get online.

Vor 2 Monate
Aldin Pinjo
Aldin Pinjo

I dont got a local bike shop🙂

Vor 2 Monate
Mtb is Awesome
Mtb is Awesome

There is no bike shop where i live

Vor 2 Monate
Julia Pytel
Julia Pytel

Fajny film

Vor 2 Monate
Jeff Kendall-Weed
Jeff Kendall-Weed

Great video- hoping to one day check out Squatch!

Vor 2 Monate
Johannes Nilsen
Johannes Nilsen

Not evry one us as smart, mechanically inclined, or problem solvers, I am but not evry one is bike shops are important. I I check kids bikes, some times I save them from possible hospital trip, big problem is parents buy xgep junk, don't get it serviced, kids crash, so proper education is important, bike shops need to tell you about those things, share useful info, parents need to check the bikes, but sadly there is a lot of stupid meet stupid meets hospital. I try to do my best to prevent injury, kids are not pro mechanics with all knownlage we got. Sad, to see so many death traps, and some people get bikes with issues from the shop, they don't know how to fix it, shop will take long time to fix it. I solved many problems for many people, but I can't fix evrything, sometimes new chain is needed, or full strip down, if I have time or they have I can do some of it.

Vor 2 Monate
Johannes Nilsen
Johannes Nilsen

Proper bike shops are nice, for people who need a repair when they travel, or beginners or regular people, and some times it's faster to get a proud t from a local bikeshop, but sometimes it's faster to buy internationally, for me online is the only option, when it comes to buy most things. The local bike shop had two shops one in each location they went bankrupt in 7 months, now I finally got in contact with different shop sent two frames, hope for warranty replacement. But my local shop now is only a big sports chain, lack of knownlage, tools, and takes too long to get anything done. So so I have to it my self but I save a lot of cash by doing so, also saves we days, I can rebuild bike and then ride it the next day,or do simple stuff instead of long wait.

Vor 2 Monate
Rankel’s Bike-works
Rankel’s Bike-works

I’m not gonna lie there’s good shops and there’s bad shops. But you should always support a local business unless the shops a rip off and the quality of work is poor. I have no problem with my customers bringing me parts that they bought online sure they could order the parts online but they can’t install them themselves.

Vor 2 Monate
For Better or Bikes
For Better or Bikes

We drove from Louisville to Brevard to ride. Broke my spoke on Black mountain less than a mile into the ride. Called up Squatch. Went there and they custom cut a new spoke and installed it while I enjoyed a brew. They saved the day and worked late to make sure I got back on the trail the next morning. Kudos guys.

Vor 2 Monate
peter Kyo
peter Kyo

I live in Japan, and what you cant find in Japan Local bike shop are all Mamachari (Bicycal made for housewife use) Only.....

Vor 2 Monate
KeerthiVardhan Susarla
KeerthiVardhan Susarla

Seth my bike’s gears are in bad condition if i put it in one it goes to 2 2m to 3 3 to 4 4 to 5 5 to 6 and 6 to 6 Can you make a video on what to do about that? It would be a great help. :)

Vor 2 Monate
larry Contrary
larry Contrary

Hey man, it’s a bit of a hike, but you should come down to Ft. Bragg. We’ve got some decent trails and a growing BMX scene.

Vor 2 Monate
Richard Jones
Richard Jones

Great take and a well balanced look. At the end when you talked about getting a video out.....you'd rather pay a shop. Remember: "What's your time worth?!?" Always know what your hour is worth. It might $12/hr it might be $120/hr..... or somewhere in between. Great guide to live by.

Vor 2 Monate
jgervenvan
jgervenvan

You are such a great narrator.. I am guessing the Discovery Chanel will be calling soon.

Vor 2 Monate
Raul Torres
Raul Torres

I had a terrible experience with a local bike shop (2 miles from my house) I won't name it, but it has terrible reviews and everyone complaints about the same thing, lack of great service.....Ended up going to a national chain and have been happy ever since

Vor 2 Monate
classydays43
classydays43

I do enjoy doing tinkering with my bike, and fortunately, the bike shop in my local area seems to be pretty decent, no obvious "look what the ocelot brought in" looks from them. They give regulars a pretty good deal on stuff, can order in almost anything at no additional surcharge and it's nice talking to people who are as passionate about it as I am.

Vor 2 Monate
marktonnys
marktonnys

Look what a guy got from a LOCAL BIKE SHOP:Trek Marlin 5 2016 (Very basic bike)Handlebar is bent. Will need to be replaced. $45 Installed.  Bar is flatter than stock bar.Chain is worn. Cassette is Worn. Will need to have Chain and Cassette replaced 7 Speed. $78 plus tax.Shifting is sluggish. Derailleur is bent and will need to be replaced. Seems to have been hit. Derailleur hanger is bent and will need to be straightened $68. Brakes have excessive clearance and need to be adjusted. Covered under Bronze service. $79.Headset missing upper seal. Will need to have headset to correct this. $55Pedals damaged. Scuffed and missing end caps. $40. TOTAL for ABOVE REPAIRS: $365 plus tax.(name hidden) SORRY, but I lost faith on LBS a long time ago. I bought my new bikes from a LBS (not the same as referred before) but I do the services myself.

Vor 2 Monate
Random Things Rider
Random Things Rider

That's an easy answer. No. Because out here in the middle of nowhere there are no bike shops. Have to get everything online and do my own fixes.

Vor 2 Monate
Blar Gaming
Blar Gaming

Hey seth are you gonna do a giveaway for viewers in different parts of the world??

Vor 2 Monate
VLAD Vlad
VLAD Vlad

1.000.000

Vor 2 Monate
Darek Koralewski
Darek Koralewski

I gave my XC wheels for trueing to my local bike shop. I got it back with twisted spokes (aero spokes). Also parts are super expensive, I bought Specialized Power Comp saddle for 999 Swedish Crowns because I was in huge hurry, otherwise you can buy Power Expert for this price.

Vor 2 Monate
DivaPawIndonesia
DivaPawIndonesia

Your vids help me with everything about mountain bike, now I love biking then i was

Vor 2 Monate
VengefulNinja28
VengefulNinja28

No hurricane florence

Vor 3 Monate
William Rutkowski
William Rutkowski

Great video Seth. I love all of my local bike shops.

Vor 3 Monate
JK Rollin
JK Rollin

Should I get a dirt jumper or trials bike for riding street I live in ca btw

Vor 3 Monate
Trackster
Trackster

Dear Seth I aspire to be a Moutan biker like you. Your videos have helped me learn most of what I know how to on a mountain bike.

Vor 3 Monate
Samuel Smith
Samuel Smith

Cool

Vor 3 Monate
TheFall3n
TheFall3n

Most by me are nothing but hipsters that talk shit and hate when you bring in a bike for repair and interrogate you whenever something breaks on your bike and treat you like an idiot ....thankfully there is 1 decent shop left by me lol

Vor 3 Monate
Itzsebbe1312
Itzsebbe1312

Im just asking but i have bad brakes on my bike and is there anything i can do without buying new brakes and i have mechanical disc brakes

Vor 3 Monate
Mason Harvey
Mason Harvey

I live in hendersonville

Vor 3 Monate
Carwyn Brown
Carwyn Brown

Hey Seth it’s my birthday on September 20th I’m gonna be 14

Vor 3 Monate
roberto the stupid
roberto the stupid

my local bike shop is just 10 minute bike ride away from my house and there are 4 trails near by it and my favourite one is just 100 m away from the shop

Vor 3 Monate
Neil McDonnell
Neil McDonnell

I try when I can, would love to do more but our local store rarely has stock. Sport is really starting to explode hear so hopefully that will change

Vor 3 Monate
Durracell Mtb
Durracell Mtb

The B-Twin Rockrider 540 is good?

Vor 3 Monate
Stilian Ivanov
Stilian Ivanov

Well, I am not into “supporting” local bike shops... and Im saying it as a person who owns one. Few weeks back I was riding in Canazei, Northern Italy and my linkage bearings and wheel bearings got dry and some even seized up, because of the harsh wet conditions there. Well... i disassembled the whole linkage system and took out all the bearings and packed them with grease. In front of my tent - it took me 3 hours to do so. I bet my ass that the Italians would’ve fixed that in 4-5 hours, and the guy there told me it would cost 300€ to do it. Well - no, thanks.

Vor 3 Monate
Tommy Mcluckie
Tommy Mcluckie

Hay what MTB do you recommend for my 10 year old

Vor 3 Monate
Jack Holdridge
Jack Holdridge

You should make a video reviewing funny As Seen On TV products related to bikes

Vor 3 Monate
Macho Nacho
Macho Nacho

Does anyone have any suggestions on a hardtail mtb built for a big guy? 6'4 350lbs... 600$ limit

Vor 3 Monate
Logan Felder
Logan Felder

I've found that my local shop can order over half the things I'd purchase online at a couple bucks more and they eat the shipping cost. Plus they handle returns and warranties much quicker than any direct order warehouse. You folks that talk about shop owners jacking rates up to make money, but these big "Walmart-like" warehouses are making huge profits off of your Internet purchases and that money is not staying local. Sure, if you bring a $100 bike to have serviced, you're going to receive lower service quality than a $1000 bike....why, because there is only so much you can do to really low-end equipment to make it work, but higher end bikes are more fickle and require more precision and seemingly better work. Shops are needed, but online sales are needed to keep competition in pricing good and fair. My two pennies.

Vor 3 Monate
Nathan Anderson
Nathan Anderson

How to upset a Trek store, bring in a Specialized. I did that and they said we don’t work on those.

Vor 3 Monate
Brian Wendeborn
Brian Wendeborn

The LBS is so important and honestly I want to be an owner someday. Squatch is incredible and I have a similar image of what I want mine to look and feel like. When you have big dreams for your bikes and a couple kids and a wife that need theirs upgraded and repaired at the same time, online sales go a long way for getting more for your money. I really appreciate you highlighting this. My LBS works so hard to keep me on a Specialized bike, even though they have never been my favorite brand. Thanks Seth!

Vor 3 Monate
Abdulrahman Kadour
Abdulrahman Kadour

Hi I am in Ireland and I like muntin bikeing but I have a very bad bike for muntin bikeing and so I don't have inuf mony to get a new muntin bike so can you please get me a muntin bike please

Vor 3 Monate
Shred For Life
Shred For Life

Road to one million! Ya Seth, you got it!

Vor 3 Monate
Max Jones05
Max Jones05

Seth please do another back garden trail upgrade these are my favorite videos also keep up the good work as I want a house and garden just like you😭

Vor 3 Monate
ASMTB
ASMTB

If it’s something I know I can fix then I will but I will buy them parts and tools from my local bike shop in order to fix it . If it something way over my head then I would get the bike fixed in the shop and avoid big box store like Halfords here in England.

Vor 3 Monate
Jaden Clemow
Jaden Clemow

Good vid to get out of the rain. Keep up the good work binge watched your Chanel about 3 times in a row that's how good you are.

Vor 3 Monate
Simon Barret
Simon Barret

You have to support your local bike shop when it has mondraker bikes 💪😁

Vor 3 Monate

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