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Old 04-22-06, 04:57 PM   #1
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Shopping components in USA

Hello I'm spanish and in may o june I'll go to the USA a couple of moths (job motives). Could anyone tell me a Virtual Shop where I could buy some components for my bikes (Time pedals for road bike, Crank Bros Pedals for MTB, etc.)

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Old 04-23-06, 07:47 AM   #2
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There are numerous online retailers for bicycle components.
Here are a few

www.nashbar.com
www.performancebike.com
www.coloradocyclist.com
www.excelsports.com
www.universalcycles.com
www.pricepoint.com

I'm sure others can suggest more.

Watch the coupon forum as many will have online discounts by providing a code. The codes are time limted so new ones are posted in the coupon forum as they become known.
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I thought in general there were many other cheaper places in Europe for bike components than in the States. Could be wrong though.
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thank you all.

tekhna. You are in right. In Europe some components are cheapest than in the USA; Shimano, Campagnolo, etc., but not Crank Brothers, Time, all the american brands. I think it will be time to shop these pedals.
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