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Wright Bros Cycle Works - 4 Reviews - 219 N 36th St, Seattle, WA - Sports & Recreation Reviews - Phone (206) 633-5132

Wright Bros Cycle Works

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219 N 36th St
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(206) 633-5132
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Wright Brothers is a parts / repair shop; they don't sell bikes. I've taken them some very unusual repairs, and they've always been done with ease. What kept me coming back is the...

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I took my bike here and they told me they would have an estimate for me within the next few days. Now, about three weeks later, I'm still waiting for an estimate! I called to see ...

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Wright Brothers is a rare experience 7/13/2006

At this posting, I'm waiting on a couple of wheels to be rebuilt by Wright Bros. I could have gone to Performance Bicycle in the U District, but there is no equal in Seattle to Wright Bros. (that I'm aware of). It is the rare occasion to converse with the actual owner (Charles) of an establishment, and that's what you'll find there. That, plus the combined experience of quality work, the overcrowded shop piled with bikes and parts, the hearty smell of grease, and the sense that I'm leaving my trusted bike in good hands that keeps me coming back. On this last visit, before they quoted me a price for rebuilding my wheels, they offered up the class to learn it myself. I'd have done it if I had more time. I've been a member for five years and have taken their repair classes before - that in itself builds a sense of loyalty and community among the members. NOTE: Wright Bros. does not do much in the way of sales of complete bikes, mostly just parts and accessories. more

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The Co-op workspace is awesome. 7/12/2006

Wright Brothers is a parts / repair shop; they don't sell bikes. I've taken them some very unusual repairs, and they've always been done with ease. What kept me coming back is their co-op workspace ($30 lifetime membership, no hourly) where you often get alot of free help from other bikers. If you want to learn some repair techniques in a more structured way, there are classes offered from time to time that the owner, Charles, teaches himself. The classes are listed on the website. Their parts selection is choice, and they stock some useful fixie (fixed gear) parts. They are a Seattle biking landmark; check them out. more
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