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Old 11-18-18, 07:01 AM
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Originally Posted by dwmckee View Post
You should check out SweetWater Bicicles near Pittsburgh then. They reopened the old Ambridge Bike Shop. They carry Jamis, Felt, Salsa, Open, 3T, Bombtrack and Surly gravel bikes and they specialize mainly in Gravel, unlike a lot of shops that have 1 or 2 models and will convince you that what they are selling is the best gravel bike. They have something like 18 or more models of gravel bikes in the shop and are great about letting you test a lot of bikes on longer rides to see what is right for you. They are really helpful and patient and they cover the spectrum from recreational gravel to pro riders. They are reakky knowledgable about gravel and are extremely helpful in helping figure out what is the right bike for how you plan to ride.
Thats a great line up of bikes for a shop. Iím jealous
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