Diego Pinzon and Thomas Korray can fix just about anything related to a bike. They are decent guys who don't charge outlandish prices and provide a much-needed service in an area where many people ride two-wheelers. Since opening in June 2013, they've seen business balloon. The two will fix a flat for $10 or completely service your bike — including adjusting gears, truing wheels, and oiling the chain — for $50. They sell both regular and high-end bikes at prices from $250 to $2,600. They also occasionally deal in the used variety at lower prices. You can even create your own custom bike for up to $15,000, "but we usually don't get too many of those," Korray says.