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Old 03-02-05, 02:55 PM
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I am just wondering what all companies you all use and would recommend. I have been to REI, Nashbar and Performance and just wondering what other companies are out there like them that I have not found.
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aebike.com
jensonusa.com
pricepoint.com
lickbike.com (in IL)
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www.coloradocyclist.com
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I love bikepartsusa.com. They have quite a lot of odd stuff in addition to more conventional parts and accessories.
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Originally Posted by CSCman
I am just wondering what all companies you all use and would recommend. I have been to REI, Nashbar and Performance and just wondering what other companies are out there like them that I have not found.

People have said colorado cyclist, havent gotten the catalouge yet.
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the guys at speedgoat.com have been awesome
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http://www.sheldonbrown.com/harris/index.html

Harris cyclery is a great store, but the work that Sheldon Brown has put into the website is nothing short of extraordinary. A multifaceted resource for everyone in the cycling community. Even hosts other knowledgeable folks' information troves, like
Jobst Brandt and Damon Rinard:
http://www.sheldonbrown.com/rinard/
http://www.sheldonbrown.com/brandt/

http://www.thethirdhand.com/ (parts)
http://www.biketoolsetc.com/ (ditto)
http://www.glorycycles.com/ (Clive de Sousa is very quick at customer support)
http://txcyclesport.com/
(especially good for Campagnolo and full component groups)

http://www.greenfishsports.com/ (often is price leader but is not a wide stockist)

http://www.bikeman.com/
( I haven't used them, but a close friend does and recommends)

qbike.com (price searcher through merchants and ebay)

http://www.bikeusa.com/ (one of the few online approved Shimano dealers, and a good one)

http://www.bikepro.com/ ( Because this is so old and outdated, it's a excellent place to go to find out about mid-Nineties gear. Almost nothing like it on the net anymore, it's a slice of the web from '95 to '97, including the HTML style. Only place to see this stuff anywhere else is the "Wayback Machine" at
www.archive.org
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