2427 Riverside Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90039
(323) 664-7400 • email@example.com
11:00 - 7:00 Monday - Friday
10:30 - 7:00 Saturday - Sunday
Open 7 Days a Week
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Coco's Variety's primary business is bicycles, though the store's interests and tastes mirror our own. If it interests us, we will take the risk that it will interest you.
Rather than a sprawling mini-mall slatwall chain bike store, our diminutive shop requires that we carefully vet and edit the products that we carry. It is a rigor of organization and product knowledge that better serves our customers.
In addition to new bikes, Coco's sells faded champions reborn for another chance at glory. Quality bikes that originated in bike stores - not big box - that have been reconditioned and warrantied for the next owner.
Coco's Variety is an authorized Linus and Bianchi dealer.
We are a full service bicycle shop with a robust repair department including wheel building, routine maintenance and complete rebuilds.
We have a small, first come first served rental fleet.
Torker road bikes (Claris 8-Speed) and Linus 3-speeds.
We sell used and new parts. Modern and vintage.
The new Linus, higher end Bianchis, high end used and collectible bicycles are inside.
We sell lights, helmets, locks, racks, pumps, et al.
We have a full service repair shop with seasoned, professional mechanics.
Our mezzanine stairs are constructed Tansu style of old parts and file cabinets.
We offer full wheel building services. Pictured, our Phil Wood spoke machine.
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Nutshell - we don't buy stolen bikes,
We do buy. Aggressively, with American currency. Often, hundred dollar bills. If you are interested in selling to us, we can assure you that we will be an honest, forthright and imperfect trading partner. Sometimes our frugal ways mean that we miss out on a treasure that is outside of our expertise. On other occasions, our passion and zeal will cause us to buy a bicycle that is so deeply flawed, that we lose the battle and are forced to part out the bike at a near total loss.