Taking pictures of Hidden Valley Bicycle Store from the parking lot this afternoon, Sam Spreder (Co-Owner) walks out to greet me.

Wondering what the hell I'm doing taking pictures of his store ;0 ........now remember SDBMX.com readers; Sam and I Have Never Met In Person...........Sam greets me with a great big smile,warmly introduces himself and invites me in for a tour.

As I walk past a few racks of BMX bikes and reach the front door, I run into Brian "The Shop Rat" (coined by Sam). Sam noted Brian responsible for HVBS's website, sales, service and "other" things. I'm wondering what the "other" things are.... LMAO!!! The dude is super cool and knows his BMX.
Taking a look around, I also notice Jose behind the counter, their Sr. Bicycle Mechanic. Watching the guy in action was just like watching a renowned cosmetic surgeon place saline breast implants. This guy knows away around a bike! The female anatomy is another story. Just joking, Jose... :)

Then I'm introduced to Nathan King; Co-Owner of Hidden Valley Bicycle Store. The guy looks like member of the Henry Rollin's Band! :) Seeing his full tattooed sleeves, I cautiously approached him (lol) but after a minutes with the guy; I notice he's very down to earth approachable guy that loves what he does.

Do yourself a favor; call HVBS at (760) 746-1509 and check out their website at www.HiddenValleyBicycle.com!

All around Hidden Valley Bicycle Store is a great bunch of guys with expert bicycle experience. In regards to BMX; they have an extensive inventory of BMX bikes, BMX Parts for San Diego and Escondido BMX riders.

If anything, go by and meet the staff at Hidden Valley Bicycle Store in Escondido. These guys are located at 1040 East Valley Pkwy Suite B, Escondido, CA 92025 and they will take care of all your custom BMX needs. They are BMX Experts and come highly recommended by us, SDBMX.com.

Thanks for the tour, HVBS!!
CJ
founder
SDBMX.com

8 comments

  1. Anonymous Said,

    Hey guys; I know these guys and they are awesome. I also recommend them to. Sam is the cool and so is nathen.
    Johnny Rulz!!!!!

    Posted on June 28, 2009 at 2:21 PM

     
  2. Anonymous Said,

    I think that guy with the hat is really cute! Interesting shirt. Love Jennifer.

    Posted on June 29, 2009 at 8:58 AM

     
  3. Anonymous Said,

    this bikeshopp is expensive.

    Posted on June 29, 2009 at 5:32 PM

     
  4. Anonymous Said,

    I've been to that store. They have a lot of BMX parts for an Escondido bicycle store. Steve

    Posted on July 1, 2009 at 8:27 AM

     
  5. Anonymous Said,

    very exspensive i dont recommend it .

    Posted on July 23, 2009 at 9:25 AM

     
  6. ^^
    compared to...?
    anything specific parts that are over priced?
    please elaborate.

    Posted on July 23, 2009 at 9:29 AM

     
  7. istolethisname Said,

    they dont sell "used" parts & everything is bit overpriced. also they dont have anything ever on reduced price. some of the wokers seem they dont know squat about bicycles but when they put together a bicycle they got for the store, it's put together better then your local walmart, target, etc.

    pros: local store
    pro: mostly have what you need in stock
    cons: some of the workers dont know squat about bicycles
    con: overpriced items
    con: no discount or reduced prices
    con: item might not be in stock
    con: just to get your something adjusted $$$$ per hr (adjust it yourself for free)

    to brian itzaina: recently went in to ask for shifters and they wanted $60 plus tax for them, there the brake/shifter duel/combo shimano brand. (never buy the duel/combo they break). so i went looking else where.

    Posted on August 23, 2010 at 7:50 AM

     
  8. Anonymous Said,

    Best at what they do in my opinion they setup my bike and did everything to help me plus there super friendly and know about bikes

    hpf hcf gaf

    Posted on March 26, 2012 at 8:17 PM

     

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