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Bicycles Outback was started by Keith Powell in 1987 in a small building behind his house in the 2200 block of Washington Ave. Hence, the name Bicycles Outback. He carried several brands including Specialized, Trek and Bridgestone. In 1990, he moved the store to a new location in the Towne Oaks Shopping Center in the 4700 block of West Waco Dr. In 1995, the store was purchased by the present owner, Larry Lenamon.
OUR GOALS AS A SHOP
We love bikes. We ride bikes. We want everyone to ride and love bikes as much as we do, that is it. Love your bike, love to ride and love your life.
We know service!
Our staff of technicians is professionally trained and capable of working on all types of bikes. We pride ourselves on having the technical know-how and desire to fix your bike quickly and effectively whenever you come in.
Estimates are always free!
Whenever you bring your bike in for a repair we can quote you a price of the repair on the spot to the best of our ability. If we think we need more time in determining what exactly needs to be done to your bike we will just give you a call and quote a price before any repairs are done making sure you are well aware of what may need to be done and are given the choice of what we should do to your bike.
Appointments help, but we always accept walk-ins
We always welcome you to stop by the shop with your bike and if it is a small repair we can normally do it on the spot. If we are too busy to do it on the spot we will take your information and give you a call as soon as it is done. Most of the time repairs take under a few hours to complete. We our proud of our speedy service staff, but if you want to make things even easier on us call ahead of time and make an appointment so that we can be prepared to sit down and discuss your problem when you come into the shop.
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