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    Road Bike with Internal Gear hub

    I hate derailleurs. Hate them. I hate the fact that I have to constantly tweak and fiddle with them and that they fall out of alignment within a few days.

    So I bought a Jamis Commuter 3.0 with an internalized gear Nexus 8. I love my bike. I haven't had to do anything with the gears and I've owned the bike for about 2 years.

    But I likes my speed. I'm looking for a road bike with an internalized gear. The Dynamic Synergy is perfect but I can't find it anywhere in Toronto and I think the price is a bit inflated.

    So I'm thinking about getting a fixie, buying an alfine internal gear and shifter. Does anyone know where in Toronto I could get this bike built? I don't have the know-how / time to get this baby built and I want there to be good quality work.

    Anyone know where I can go?

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    check Cycle solutions they have 2 locations.
    (you can find their address from their website www.cycle-solutions.com )
    They carry some bikes with internal gears, personally i like the Dahons, but there are other brands too.
    I usually go to the one in parliament as it's in my route to work/from work.
    Mu SL Gone in 10 sec!
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    I have dealt with Browns Sports @ Bloor & Jane
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