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The Two Wheeler Dealer
1039 E Imperial Hwy
Terrific shop. Bought a Bianchi road bike today. Worked with Bret. Spent 20-30 minutes discussing a number of different frames/component groups. Felt very comfortable working with him. Did not oversell or talk me into something I didn't want. If I didn't live so far, this would be my new bike shop. Will still plan to stop in when I am in the area.|
Michael a 33 year old Die-hard Enthusiast, riding a Bianchi 928 Veloce,
Bought my wife's TREK 3700 there. They ordered it for her and had it built in a couple days. Great service, very friendly. Would NOT have anything to do with matching prices or coming down on their tagged prices. I bought my bike (twice as much as hers) at another shop 15 miles away. 2WD is less than 1 mile from my home but their unwillingness to "deal" turned me away. They were nice to her and had exactly what she wanted so I didn't care much that the charged us "low retail". A bit pricey but great service and attention!
Carlos a 27 year old Weekend Warrior, riding a Specialized,
Here it is almost 2004 and 2WD is still going strong. They must have 20 brand new Santa Cruz frames hanging up waiting to be built. In my experience with them (3 bikes in 3 years) they rule. I can't imagine ever dealing with another shop, these guys are so helpful and caring. Thats the difference, they care that you are happy and that you are riding. I don't want to be just another echo on this board, but really, Sam knows how to take care of you whether its road or mtb, he will find a way to fix your problem. I live around the corner and to Sam's dismay, I ride down there just to hang out and talk bikes. The boys doing the wrenching always do a great job and always have the insight I'm seeking on tech questions or about trails and riding techniques. In my opinion, they are a 10 out of 10. Keep up the good work 2WD.
JC a 31 year old Die-hard Enthusiast, riding a Trek Liquid,
E-mail: email@example.com - 9/19/03
This is the best road and mountain bike shop I have found. Sammy, the owner, is both friendly and helpful while never "overselling" items to his
customers that he knows they will not actually use or ever need. Bike shop owners do not get any more honest than Sammy. His mechanics are better
than most bike shops. Brea is a long distance from
my house, but Dealing with Two Wheeler Dealer is
always a pleasure.
cliff nimrod a 64 year old Die-hard Enthusiast, riding a Colnago, Bob Jackson, Santa Cruz,
Bought my first "real" mountain bike there in 1992 (Trek hardtail). Since then, I've moved but still stop in to "shop" the new bikes. It's great to see the shop still prosper. Although Sam's hired many new mechanics and employees since 1992, they still have the same attitude - attention to the customer, friendliness, and great service. I even brought in a different mountain bike to get a tune up for a ride and instead of making me wait a week, they took care of the adjustment right on the spot... and it was a bike I bought somewhere else. When everyone says "support your local LBS," this shop is the reason why.
Andre Aragon a 33 year old Die-hard Enthusiast, riding a Lemond Victoire Road bike, GT Team I-Drive,
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org - 3/21/03
There is NO better shop in OC.... Or anywhere for that matter in my opinion.
I just purchased a new SANTA CRUZ "Blur" and I could NOT be happier with IT or the service that I received while building my new ride (Actually the boys at 2WD built it)
The prices are excellent too.
As a matter of fact I'll be going there this Saturday with my sister to purchase another SANTA CRUZ (A SuperLight for her).
As of this writing they have another "Blur" and plenty "SuperLights" to choose from.
You just CAN'T go wrong by going to 2WD....
What are you waiting for???? get over there and say Howdy to Sam, Mark and the rest of the boys!!!
Roger a 41 year old Cross-Country Rider, riding a Santa Cruz Blur - XTR/XT,
I never miss a trick to refer a new customer. The reason I found this web site was to refer another one. Should get a commission.
George Simmons a 63 year old Weekend Warrior, riding a Cannondale,
Great bike shop, been going there since 1994 and it is now April of 2002 (they are still there), and they are still my first stop for all things cycling.
Kevin Morris a 24 year old Weekend Warrior, riding a Too many bikes to list,
E-mail: Kevasa@attbi.com - 5/08/02
I've been riding for the last 12 years and have seen the more and more local LBS shops close due to the web and the down trend in the industry. This is on of the few shops that really is your friendly local bike shop. They're very informative, friendly, and never think any questionis too dumb. Whether it's maintenance related, about training methods, or finding a good local trail, these guys really remind me of what a good bike shop should be. Thanks to Sam and his great crew.
A. Aragon a 31 year old Cross-Country Rider, riding a GT XCR LE,
Sam, the owner, is very informative and helpful. The shop is still doing business and is stronger than ever. This is one of the best shops I have been to.
Larry Welch a 29 year old Cross-Country Rider, riding a Trek 8700,
As of Sep 2000 the shop is still there
NORBA member, It's a great shop but sad to report that the lease is up the end of April 2000 and the shop will be closing. :-(
Chris Alspaugh a 30 year old Downhiller, riding a Giant,
E-mail: email@example.com - 3/20/100
Staff is always friendly and helpful! Great prices on all aspects of riding.
Zippy a 35 year old Weekend Warrior, riding a Trek Y-11, from Brea
One of the few "Mom-n-Pop" shops that will match mail-order/cataloge prices. As far as I can tell, the entire staff are riders. They are informative and helpful. Great location -- the spouse can hit Brea Mall while you find some awesome deals. Chino Hills is nearby.
Jimbeau a 44 year old Cross-Country Rider, riding a GT-RTS, from Covina
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org - 1/06/99
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