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19-21 Mạc Đĩnh Chi, District 1, Saigon
“One of a popular chain of Aussie run restaurants.”
Unfortunately I did not end up buying my bike from Mr. Tri because I did not find him ethical. It seemed like the "new" frame he wanted to sell me was a gently used one with a bunch of paint touch-ups on it. When I asked for another frame he said he could use a frame that another customer had bought. So in essence, swap out the used one for the other customer's new one.... that is plain wrong! When I went back a few weeks later to buy my wife's bike, the bike frame we had agreed on was different, the parts were not the same group components, so the bike looked like a patched up Frankenstein on wheels. For $550... no thanks.
If Lance (Armstrong not Bass) lived in Saigon and needed a custom made road/city bike he'd head to Tri's home/shop. From the outside, you'd NEVER know it's a four level bike shop, the cheaper bikes are on the ground floor, the pro-carbon carbide framed ones on the top levels. Tri is the former National bike team's head coach. He knows bikes and the size/fit you require to ride comfortably through city traffic and along paddy dikes. Depending on your budget you can design your own bike, down to the color of the wheels (if he has it in his warehouse). The cheapest bike starts at $250 and can pedal up to the price of a used car.
If you are just looking to rent, prices start at $7 per day in exchange for either a deposit or passport. Tri carries all the big names from Giant to Shimano, including all the riding gear you need to feel like Armstrong, even if you only ride like Bass.
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