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Landmark Vintage Bicycles

136 E. 3rd St. , New York, NY, 10009
nr. Ave. A

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Service: 4
Selection: 5
"Not Recommended"

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27% would go back.

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Good Times, Great Bikes

By JKulick on 3/3/2009

  • Overall Rating: 10
  • Service: 10
  • Selection: 10
  • Yes, I would go back!

Owner Chung Pai is very friendly and knowledgeable about not only the offered selection, but also about bicycles and riding in general. He was kind enough to fit each bicycle before test-riding, and patiently explained the features and benefits of each style. I purchased a vintage cruiser, which he polished immediately so that I could take it home right away. The store itself is no-frills, though an adorable puppy (his own) hangs out in the window, literally begging to be petted. Chung invited me to come back during the summer for the Slushies, and I most certainly will! This store is fantastic, and I almost hesitated to write this review, lest this hidden jewel become the next big thing of the Lower East Side. And then I wouldn't get my Slushie.

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