Achenkirch / Bicycle repair shop

This is the list of Achenkirch service centers, repair workshops and cycling clubs where they fix your bicycle or inflate flat tires. Please add a bike service center which you know about if it isn't on the map yet.

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SPORT 2000 BUSSLEHNER (1090 m)

Nr. 185 Achenkirch, Achenkirch, Austria
  • Bike Shop
b'Herzlich Willkommen bei Busslehner Sports! \xe2\x98\x80 Mit unserem Shop, Verleih und Skischulangebot zu Ihrem gelungenen Aktivurlaub am Achensee! \xe2\x9c\x93\xe2\x9c\x93\xe2\x9c\x93'
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W.W.Sport Wörndle GmbH. (7478 m)

Dorfstrasse 26 26 Maurach, Maurach, Austria
  • Bike Shop
Skischule Wörndle in Maurach am Achensee: Einfach Ski fahren & snowboarden lernen: Professionell ✔ Hochwertig ✔ Für beste & rasche Lernerfolge
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Bike Profi 31 Harald Zoglauer (9965 m)

Zentrum 54, 6233 Kramsach, Österreich, Kufstein, Austria
  • Need Parking
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Connys Sport+Mode GesmbH (10487 m)

Römerstraße 5 Brixlegg, Brixlegg, Austria
  • Bike Shop
Seit 38 Jahren Kompetenz in Skiverleih, Sport, Mode, Skishop, Skiservice, Skischuhe, Boot fitting, Boardshop, Tourenski, uvam.
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Zweirad Stemmer (10940 m)

 +49-08022 65288
Karl-Theodor-Straße 69, 83700, Rottach-Egern, Germany, Geretsried, Germany
  • Bike Shop
Zweirad Stemmer, Fachhandel für Fahrräder aller Art mit eigener Meisterwerkstatt. Wir stellen auch Rennräder und Mountainbikes nach Ihren persönlichen Wünschen und Massen zusammen.
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Alpbike - Klieber Andreas (10974 m)

Dorf 7 Reith, Reith, Austria
  • Bike Shop
In unserem Bike Shop im Bezirk Kufstein im Tiroler Unterland finden Sie Fahrräder vieler Marken und das nötige Zubehör. Beratung und Service inklusive!
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Here are some tips for finding the right repair shop for your bicycle:

  1. Look for a shop that specializes in repairing bicycles. They will have the knowledge and experience to properly diagnose and fix any problems with your bike.

  2. Ask for recommendations from friends, family, and other cyclists. They may be able to recommend a shop that they have had good experiences with in the past.

  3. Look for a shop that has certified mechanics on staff. Certified mechanics have undergone specialized training and are knowledgeable about the latest techniques and technologies in bicycle repair.

  4. Check online reviews to see what other customers have to say about the shop. This can give you an idea of the level of service and quality of work you can expect from the shop.

  5. Visit the shop in person and talk to the staff. This will give you a chance to get a feel for the shop and the mechanics, and ask any questions you may have about their services and experience.

  6. Consider the location of the shop. If the shop is conveniently located, it will be easier for you to drop off and pick up your bike for repairs.

  7. Finally, make sure the shop is reputable and has a good reputation in the community. You want to choose a shop that is trustworthy and will do quality work on your bike.