Bobby's Bike Repair & Sales and Service
WE HAVE EXPANDED!!
WE NOW OFFER BIKE REPAIR IN COBB COUNTY, GEORIA AND SURROUNDING CITIES.
OUR BICYCLE REPAIR TECHNICIAN AND AFFILIATE IS NOW AVAILAILBE DURING THE WEEK FOR MOBILE SERVICE CALLS AND BIKE DROP OFF.
CONTACT JAY (CYCLE LOVERS) AT 678-642-0695.
Welcome to Bobby's Bike Repair & Sales and Service, where you will experience a friendly environment, unyielding customer service, and a passion for servicing our valued customers.
WE GIVE LIFE TO ALL BIKES
Bobby's Bike Repair & Sales and Service can tune-up your bike for $65.00 (Major Tune-up $85) or youth-geared bike for $45.00. With every new year, comes New Year’s resolutions to get back into shape after all that holiday eating.
Let us service your bike to get you on the road to a healthier new you.
Masks are required to enter our bike shop. We are still offering bicycle repair mobile services Monday thru Friday 10 am to 6 pm and on Saturdays from 9:00 am till 7 pm, so we can come to you for a small trip fee of $45.00 and a flat labor rate of $45 (LABOR RATE DOES NOT INCLUDE PARTS). Just call: 678-559-5233 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org, you can also click on CONTACT US or BOOKINGS at the top of our home page for an appointment.
Bicycle Repair/ Service
We Customize Bicycles
We Customize Cycling Gear
Buy/ Sell/ Trade Bicycles
We Sell Adult and Children's Helmets
We Have Bicycle Parts and Accessories (new and used)
Assemble New Bicycles
Assemble Adult Trikes
Assemble Children's Electric Cars
Assemble E-bikes and Scooters
We Even Offer Consignment at 40% commission.
We are celebrating our new retail space located at
Riverdale Square Shopping Center
7594 Hwy 85, Suite 720, Riverdale, GA 30274
Hours of Operation: CLOSED ON SUNDAY
10:00 am. to 7:00 pm - Monday thru Friday, Saturday 10:00 am to 6:00 pm
**The plaza is located at the corner or Hwy 138 and Ga Hwy 85.
We are located between American Home Furniture and Boost Mobile
Directly behind the IHOP which sits in front of the plaza facing Hwy 138
Established in 2013, Bobby's Bike Repair and Sales / Service was built on a passion and a love of bicycles. When Bobby met Zena, (now his wife) in 2010, she convinced him to turn his passion into a business. Bobby's Bike Repair & Sales and Service prides itself on giving high quality service to all.
We constantly strive to offer quality service and expertise to exceed our customers’ expectations.
We have over 11 years of bike repair and service experience. We are constantly updating our repair skills by attending free bicycle maintenance clinics throughout Georgia.
We travel all over Metro Atlanta to service our customers. We also deliver bicycles to those who are not fortunate to own a vehicle.
USED BICYCLE CHECKLIST BUYING GUIDE
Frame-set: In aluminum frames, look for significant dents. These can act as failure points. Carefully check the lugs or welds where the frame is joined together. Welds should be even. Cracking of any kind is a show-stopper. So are bends at the dropouts (where the wheels attach to the frame). There should be no play in the front fork, in other words, no wiggling.
Saddle or Seat: There should be no play whatsoever. Verify that the seat post clamp is free of cracks or obvious distress.
Brakes: Check for worn or dried-out brake pads. Look for cracked or bent brake levers.
Drive-train: Wiggle the crank-set. Side-to-side play indicates worn bearings or an improperly adjusted bottom bracket. The same applies to pedals. If possible, spin the free-wheel or cassette and listen for the chatter of broken bearings. Lift the rear wheel and verify that shifting is crisp through all gears. You should be able to shift into the largest and smallest rear gear without the chain jamming or becoming un-shipped. On bicycles with rear derailleurs, inspect the rear brake hanger for bends or cracking.
Wheels: As with the crank-set, side-to-side play in a bicycle wheel indicates poorly maintained hubs. Squeeze the spokes with your fingers. The tension should feel equal across the entire wheel. Loose spokes indicate serious problems.
Tires: Are they well inflated? Are they bald? Are the sidewalls cracked and perished? Tires should be inflated hard – they should barely give when you squeeze them. Tires should hold the rated sidewall pressure. Chain: If the chain is rusty, look for areas around the chain that may be cracked or worn down.
Our Wish List for the Bike Shop
Shop Quality Repair Stands
Metric Combo Box Wrenches
Hand Cleaning Soap for Bike-greasy Hands
A Bigger Shop
Degreaser (jugs of concentrate are best!)
Tires – 20, 24, 26, 27, 27.5 28, 29 in and all 700c's
Road Bike Rims – 27in and 700c, Front and Rear
Mountain Bike Rims – 26in, Front and Rear
BMX Rims - 20 inch
Brakes and Brake Levers
Derailleurs and Shifters
Accessories for Commuters
Blinky Lights (front and rear)
Bike Jersey's (all sizes)
Water Bottle Holders