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Monte Zenk Bicycle Repair Buisness

Monte Zenk

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Monte Zenk owns and operates a full service bicycle shop. His hours are Monday -Friday 9:00 am to 5:00pm. He is also on call 24/7 for any of your repair or bicycle needs. Monte said, "I do all kinds of repairs; big, little anything." Call Monte at 620-423-1580 if he happens to be out on a call or repair leave a message and he will get back with you.

Monte explained that working on tires is his most common repair. He further explained that a new 26" tire could cost as much as $25.00. However he is familiar with all repairs as he has built and rebuilt several bicycles. He currently has a 10 speed, green in color with the new tires and low rider handle bars for sale. As Monte shared it is for sale for a, "Hundred dollar bill."He has several to pick from also.

Monte's bike shop operates in Labette County and he is able to get back and forth to Neodesha where he lives because his adopted brother's mom gives them both a ride to Parsons. The shop is a Parsons number 423-1580. "If they call me and leave a message, then we are good to go."