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    Bike shop help

    I have a friend in Houston near Bellaire. Somebody decided to pick up and throw her sons bike. Needless to say, it is messed up. I appears the rear triangle is a bit tweaked. All she wants is to get the thin rideable. It is a Trek 820. Does anybody know which shop she could take it too?
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    I think the closest shop I can think of to Bellaire would be Bike Barn Kirby?

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    Depends on a couple of things; is it Bellaire the township or Bellaire Blvd? There are a couple of shops in the area that may have the tools. REI on Westheimer, Bike Barn on Kirby, and Southwest Schwinn on Braeswood would be the closest three. After that, pretty much everything is in town.
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    It's all in the legs CougarCycling's Avatar
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    It probably isn't a question about tools, but if the mechanic will actually agree to fix the frame. Usually, if it requires any bending, that puts the bike shop at a risk. It might be better to go to a smaller shop for stomething like that.

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    AH HA! If it's custom shiz like that, check for POP bike (Phillip Noc Nguyen). He used to be on Westheimer, but I think had to move when the chuds that owned the shopping complex raised the rent.
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