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British In The City

(404) 522-5433

249 Flat Shoals Ave SEAtlanta, GA 30316   map »

Business overview

Hours of Operation

  • MON
  • 9:00am
  • 5:00pm
  • TUE
  • 9:00am
  • 5:00pm
  • WED
  • 9:00am
  • 5:00pm
  • THU
  • 9:00am
  • 5:00pm
  • FRI
  • 9:00am
  • 5:00pm
  • SAT
  • SUN

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Motorcycle Heaven, 4/03/2013

Driving down the road and saw a British Motorcycle sign and decided to stop in. Walked up, place was packed with motorcycles and bikers. Walked in and started looking at the vintage bikes. A gent... asked if he could help me and we started talking about old BSA and Norton motorcycles. When I mentioned I always wanted a 650 BSA chopper, he showed me to the back room. Def. will be going back.

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A proper independent cycle repair shop, 5/01/2009

Eric gets stuff done on-time and in budget, and I haven't had to ever bring something back. I have been to almost every other shop in town,too. If you are upfront about your budget and schedule, you... will have no problems. A fine no b.s., professional business.

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FVRago

Reviews: 1

Motorcycle Heaven

Driving down the road and saw a British Motorcycle sign and decided to stop in. Walked up, place was packed with motorcycles and bikers. Walked in and started looking at the vintage bikes. A gent asked if he could help me and we started talking about old BSA and Norton motorcycles. When I mentioned I always wanted a 650 BSA chopper, he showed me to the back room. Def. will be going back.

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AtlantaSpike

Reviews: 1

A proper independent cycle repair shop

Eric gets stuff done on-time and in budget, and I haven't had to ever bring something back. I have been to almost every other shop in town,too. If you are upfront about your budget and schedule, you will have no problems. A fine no b.s., professional business.

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Cash

Reviews: 1

great shop, great man

I think it is funny that someone said that the owner and the manager were awful, since this is a one man shop. Eric is the most knowledeable guy around when it comes to vintage British bikes, and he is priced fair as well. He is passionate about his work and does a great job. Definitely a character, but once you get to know him, you come to find he is an incredible man.

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Elvis

Reviews: 1

Good people

If you want a job done with no frills and no BS. Frees is the man to go to. He takes his time with his work to do it right the first time. He's good people and I've never in all my time of dealing with them known the man to ever be a charlatan like some shops in Atlanta.

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mr1950s

Reviews: 1

My take on BIC

Eric is a character but what vintage British bike fanatic isn't. He's a one man show and if you have the time and don't expect the job to be done "today" than you will be happy with his work. I just like the guy and he knows his stuff.

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jthrasher

Reviews: 1

Losers - worst bike shop in town

this is the worst motorcycle shop i have ever been to. the owner and manager are extremely rude and condescending.

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