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Agee's Bicycle Co

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11020 Midlothian Tpke
Richmond, VA 23235
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I decided to make the jump from my 8 year old Fuji Newest road bike to something more up to date. Ended up south of the river at the Agee's Bicycle Midlothian Turnpike location. ...

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So my dad was finally done with his Cannondale time trial bike with a super light aluminum frame and super clunky Profile aerobar gearshifters. It's an older bike, but we're talki...

Bunch of Snobby Entitlist Boobs 5/5/2011

I would have to agree with other reviewers. I am very unimpressed with the snobbish attutude of the staff. I should have walked out when I was buying the bike but I figured what the F and paid for it. The manager who sold it was pretty unappreciative and seemed like he could really care less about me or my measely $300 purchase. I could tell he really wanted more money though. After riding the bike 6 times the pedal and crank fell off. more

Next time I go elsewhere 4/3/2011

I only live a mile and a half from work, so I decide to save gas money and buy a bike. The radio had been telling me for months that Agges Bicycles ""Bring's out the best in you"". My wife and I are out shopping one day and we stop at the bike in Target and Wal-Mart. Not wanting a Wal-Mart special, I ask my wife if we can go to a real bike shop. That way I can ensure I am getting a bike that will last. I was sore from running the day before while getting sized up on my bike (I had some difficulty getting my leg over the bar, but eventually did), I took the salemans word that the size bike I was about to purchase was the proper size. I prepay (I had to special order the bike since the only color carried of the bike I wanted was a rust color) for a bike that is a decent color and leave my home and cell numbers on the order sheet. I was told it would be ready in 10-14 days and they would be sure to give me a call. Fast forward fourteen days. I call the Midlothian location to check on my bike since I've heard squat from them. They ask me for my last name and say ""It's been ready for days now and we haven't been able to get ahold of you"". I politely apologize and inform them that I am on my way to pick up my bike and that I am excited to finally ride it. I arrive and all of the employees are gathered at the front counter, to include the saleman that sold me the bike. They ask if they can assist me and I inform them that I am there to pick up my bike. A gentleman asks me for my last name, goes to a drawer, pulls a ticket from a drawer, then walks to the back of the store. A minute or so later he walks up with a small, womens bike, with misaligned handlebars and large patches of rust. I ask the gentleman if he is kidding and he says ""No, this is your bike."" After asking for a refund of my $400 dollars for a brand new bike, the employee admonishes me for not specifying that I was there for a brand new bike. Not amused, I picked up my bike and packed it in the car. Arriving home, I inspected the bike. Im no bike mechanic, but I am certain that I am missing mounting screws and my shifters are not adjusted properly. Every time I shift gears I either throw the chain onto the frame or the ground. Its push button shifters, pushing the button should not cause that. I don't even want to leave it with them so they can fix it, lord knows what could happen then. more

Hooked me up with my Trek Madone 10/23/2010

I decided to make the jump from my 8 year old Fuji Newest road bike to something more up to date. Ended up south of the river at the Agee's Bicycle Midlothian Turnpike location. I was greeted by Will and Brian who proceeded to show me a eye opening collection of Trek carbon bikes. I was almost swayed by a sweet deal on a Kestrel product but ended up sticking to my guns and going with the Trek Madone 4.7. Thought for sure I'd end up w/ a 4.5, but Agee's pricing put the nicer 4.7 at what I thought I would spend on the 4.5. I was unsure of what size to go with (my Fuji purchased at a NOVA shop never felt quite right on a fit level) but Will pulled got the bike set up in a trainer, pulled out some interesting fit tools, and fitted me to the bike. During the process he pointed out why he was making certain adjustments and how that would affect my riding. End result was a 56 cm bike with a slightly shorter, more upright stem. The bike works awesome! Light, responsive, and I'm far more comfortable than I ever was on my Fuji. more

should they get a star? 7/30/2009

I took my 77' raleigh in to get the crank/ bottom bracket pulled, and somehow they lost 2 bearings and stripped a bracket. I called them and ""they don't remember"", ""it could have been my fault"" blazay blah... THEY DON'T OWN UP TO THEIR MISTAKES! If you're in the Richmond area, try bunnyhop, carytown bicycles, or re-cycles. Screw these guys, they do NOT deserve your money. Pros: a nice fake smile when you walk in? Cons: cust. service, work shop more

Haughty, Retail 8/10/2007

So my dad was finally done with his Cannondale time trial bike with a super light aluminum frame and super clunky Profile aerobar gearshifters. It's an older bike, but we're talking about 10 years older, not like not one of those old-timey bikes with the big front wheel and tiny back wheel. Not the cutting edge but a fine bike. Originally quite expensive as I understand. Pros: They had an old-timey bicycle with a big front wheel and a tiny back wheel. Cons: They probably make fun of it and throw spitballs at it when no one is around. more
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