Dixon's Bike Shop
Dixon's Bike Shop


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Reviews (12)

  • Black-owned bicycle shop?

    Yes! Dixon’s! 792 Union Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues, right near the coop. A great long-time staple of the community.
  • Black-owned bicycle shop?

    Dixons on Union is a Black family-owned institution! Talk to David.
  • Black-owned bicycle shop?

    Dixon’s!!! On union, between 6th and 7th ave. Next to the co op. Multigenerational family business that’s been around for decades.
  • Black-owned bicycle shop?

    Dixon's on Union near the Coop is great.
  • Free air to fill tires in bk?

    Dixon's bike shop next to the coop has a free air hose outside next to the door. But give them some business too if you can! They are a great neighborhood institution and we need them!
  • Bike Shop / Bike Recs + Toddler seat

    Family owned and operated and very helpful.
  • Bike store catering to young kids.

    Dixon bike store on union between 6th and 7th is a family run business and has kitted out generations of kids.
  • bike repair shop

    Dixon's on Union between 6th and 7th is an icon. Family owned, honest, reasonable and friendly.
  • bike repair shop

    I really like Dixons but went to Bicycle Habitat to loo at a child bike seat not sold at Dixons - Anyhow , Recently felt like got ripped off at Bicycle Habitat on Vanderbilt so I'm in shock someone got a tuneup for $7. The brakes were loose and they said Just needed to tighten cables and I could do wth new brake pads -I thought they said said they were 12 so I said ok. they were done in less than 10 mins and bill was $50! They said labor was $24, brake pads 12 each and tax ? Sure they are good shop but in 9 years here Dixons has never charged me anything close to this for repairs and tuneups
  • Bike tune-up?

    Dixon’s bike shop on Union Street between 7th and 8th is a community asset and great shop. Super nice people who have gone out their way for me on several occassions. They have a standard bike tune-up package that would cover most of what you are talking about for $40 or $50. If there is extra work that is something again.
  • Recommendations for getting second hand bike tuned up - North Slope

    Big thumbs up for Dixons next to the co-op on Union. Super nice, great work, and always helpful with a squirt of air or screw tightening.
  • (no subject)

    I was in Dixon's over the weekend and as is always the case when I'm in there I appreciated how willing they are to go out of their way for you. This weekend I stopped in to buy a basket and the guy started putting on my bicycle for me before I had a chance to ask if he would. I got a tune up once at the end of the fall and didn't have a chance to ride the bike afterward until spring. I needed some follow-up adjustments and they did them on the spot, no charge. When I bought my daughter's bike helmet without my daughter with me they told me to come in with her if I needed help adjusting it. I'm not affiliated with them in any way, but want to give credit where credit is due. They are very nice in there. (October 2011)