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City Bikes

11610 Rockville Pike
Rockville, MD 20852 301-652-1777

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New location on Rockville Pike. Easy in and out. Great staff! - Jan 23, 2019

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The Bicycle Place

11770 Parklawn Dr
Rockville, MD 20852 301-588-6160

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I love The Bicycle Place. But I do think they should be listed under B in Consumers'... - Jan 12, 2021

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Trek Bicycle

5750 Fishers Ln #A
Rockville, MD 20852 301-424-0990

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Knowledgeable, pleasant, patient sales staff. Very competent service/maintenance... - Mar 14, 2022

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How we gather (and how to interpret) our data

A good bike shop can provide immense help selecting and maintaining a bike, beginning when you first start shopping and throughout the time you ride the bike you purchase.

As you begin to shop, determine what you expect to do with your bike and choose your bike accordingly. In general, the more you plan to ride and compete, the more you’ll shell out for your bike.

Before joining a gym, think about your own motivations and interests—and consider alternatives. Set realistic fitness goals, then think about whether you really need to pay a company big bucks for activities that are probably available more cheaply elsewhere.

When comparing fitness clubs, consider several points, including what its members say, its location, membership fees, contract terms, facilities and equipment, classes, and amenities. Our ratings of area clubs will help you find the right fit.

Membership at many clubs doesn’t come cheap. Although some bare-bones gyms cost less than $300 a year, many charge more than $600. Want a club that offers racquet sports or a wide range of facilities and amenities? Expect to pay a lot more.