[*BCM*] Bike Shops
androidqueen at gmail.com
Wed Aug 16 13:19:23 EDT 2006
i'm going to submit another "hellz yah" for paramount. i know of very
few actual tickets issued in boston, but it does happen from time to
time. the busses are evil, though, and the cabs aren't much better.
but the busses. oooh, the busses . . .
On 8/16/06, Rachel Elizabeth Dillon <red at mit.edu> wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 16, 2006 at 10:37:35AM -0400, Biggianthead888 at aol.com wrote:
> > Hey all,
> > I'm a biker from New York and moving to Boston at the end of the month. I
> > was wondering if anyone knew a good (read: not too expensive) shop in the
> > city. My old ride was stolen a few days ago and I want to get a new one as soon
> > as I get in the city. If anyone has any info I would really appreciate the
> > help. Also, do the Boston critical mass rides experience as much police
> > harassment as we get from the NYPD? Just want to know if I should leave some
> > traffic ticket room in my budget...
> Lee's recommendations are excellent; to toss in another, I personally
> go to Paramount Bicycle (paramountbicycle.com) in Powderhouse Circle in
> Somerville. Tyler, the owner, is especially good with fixed-gear bikes,
> and also has a knack for fitting frames to people with odd body sizes.
> From talking to friends in NYC (I've not lived there), the cops are nicer
> to bikers here, but the buses are much worse.
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