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Sales Experts and Service Technicians Wanted


Posted by Rhythm Bikes on 12/30/2022

Job Basics

Industry Sector: Bike

Job Categories: Retail - Bike Mechanic - Ski Technician, Retail - Sales

Company Type: Retailer

State: CA

City: Oakland

Country: United States

Required Experience: 1 - 3 years

Contact Name: Chad French

Contact Phone: 510-339-2953

Business Phone: 510-339-2953

Job Type: Full Time


Required to Relocate: Yes

Required to Travel: No

Employee May Telecommute: No

Job Seeker Must Live Within: 25 miles

Job Description & Requirements

Rhythm Bikes, a small family owned shop in the Montclair Village of Oakland selling Trek, Yeti, Transition and Santa Cruz with a thriving  service and repair business is seeking enthusiastic, customer service oriented experienced team members for the upcoming season.

We're looking for passionate industry professionals but personality, excellent customer service and and willingness to learn are as important as experience

 Rhythm offers very competitive pay, benefits, discounts and great work environment!  There's also great riding on singletrack and road right out the door.

About Rhythm Bikes

Who are we? Well…we’re cyclists. And while to the layperson that might not seem like much of a statement, we’ll assert that it’s bit like surfing. It’s not just a hobby, it’s a way of life, sometimes nearly all-consuming. The kid at the counter in “Point Break” said that “surfin’s the source…it’ll change your life.” No offense to Katheryn Bigelow, but we like think it’s cycling.

We ride and wrench on all kinds of bikes, and riding will change anyone’s life for the better—that’s why we’ve dedicated ourselves to it. Not only that, we love the bike community: it’s full of quirky, unusual, unorthodox and often brilliant people. It takes a special sort of human to use a bike for transport or fun, and they’re all our tribe.

Some of us arrive at work on road bikes in spandex, some on an mtb, some, ahem, drive, while others have a gargantuan basket on the front of their klunker. But no matter what we’re riding, best believe we’ll let ‘er rip.