They may have one nearby but some of them cater to the mama chari market...One wishes they would open a branch in shakujii!!
you should tell them to spread their wings to western Tokyo!
I agree with Pete, I have always had great service with Seo Cycles in Shin Matsudo. They do a good job with the servicing.They may have one nearby but some of them cater to the mama chari market...
The shops are stocked with whatever the manager is likely to sell in the area or what he wants to sell. Some are handled by MTB experts, some road bike experts,...
All the shops are here and some have homepages with pics...
The other week I went to the small Shinjuku shop to get some valve extenders, didn`t have my size. The shop "assistant" was basically DON`T HAVE.... GO AWAY!Yes, could not agree with your more. The staff in that shinjuku shop are really unfriendly and know NOTHING.
I always go to the Ikebukuro one, they are really good.
It is a bit crowded with stuff though...uch:
Agreed although Sales taxes are hit and miss. My Dura Ace Wheels were about 55% off the RRP of Japan and I was hit for sales tax which was only 1,800 JPY.Buy overseas as is up to 50% cheaper with no duties or sales tax paid as well.