I would not hesitate in recommending Xabia’s Bikes for any problems with bicycles or wheelchairs, trikes or motorized accessible equipment. The staff are very professional and will try to help with anything. We have visited Xabia’s bike shop several times while we have been living in Javea.
Their disability ramp is on the left hand side as you enter the shop. It is quite narrow and would be a challenge for larger wheelchairs. The disabled ramp can be cluttered sometimes but the staff are very helpful and will jump to move any obstructions.
We visited for the first time with regular wheelchair puncture and it was given priority and fixed very quickly. Explaining issues in Spanish can be a challenge but we got by and for more complicated disability issues, there was someone who spoke English. With sign language and some help from google, we got by.
Our second visit, involved adjusting our disability hand-cycle. Rob had had it fitted in the UK but it wasn’t quite right and so we had been sent a longer chain. Once again, they fitted it quickly and we picked it up the next day. Also, we recommended it to a friend of ours visiting Javea who hand cycles professionally. We know that they used them during their trip and also hired bikes for able-bodies travellers too.
The following is taken from Xabia.com [Source: Xabia.com]
The Xabia’s Bike has a wide professionalism and experience, so they offer you the best advice when buying your bike. The best brands, both national and international, in mountain and road bikes are in Xabia’s Bike and also have electric bicycles.
Xabia’s Bike also carries out the after-sales and repair service, offering you the best deal. And, because of the purchase of the bicycle, all revisions and labor are free for life. And if what you want is a personalized and different bike, trust Xabia’s bike and you will have the bike that best suits your needs.
You will find them on Lepanto Avenue, 5 in the port of Jávea.
Need more information? Visit their site Xabiasbikes.com.