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Old 06-16-10, 09:32 AM   #1
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Buying bicycles in Sweden?

Hello,

I would like to buy one or two bicycles in Sweden. Problem is that I need something quite small, around a 49-51cm frame. The used market has mostly large bikes, and I can't find any Nashbar equivalent that ships to Sweden.

Can anyone offer some advice?

Thanks,
Horace
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Old 06-19-10, 07:53 AM   #2
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Hello,

I would like to buy one or two bicycles in Sweden. Problem is that I need something quite small, around a 49-51cm frame. The used market has mostly large bikes, and I can't find any Nashbar equivalent that ships to Sweden.

Can anyone offer some advice?

Thanks,
Horace
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Old 06-24-10, 09:49 AM   #3
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Also look at bikebuster.dk as well; they're Danish based, but shipping to Sweden shouldn't be too bad and will probably be free on a bike anyways
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Also look at bikebuster.dk as well; they're Danish based, but shipping to Sweden shouldn't be too bad and will probably be free on a bike anyways
Or you could just go to bikebuster.se and cut out the middle man (who, if he's Danish, takes a hefty sum). ;-)
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second hand bikes www.blocket.se Scroll the wanted region and chose cyklar/bikes. Herrcyklar means men bikes, damcyklar means ladies bikes, racer means roadbikes etc. Blocket is like Swedens craigs list.
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evanscycles.co.uk ships from the U.K to scandinavia, I just recently bought my Fuji Classic Track 2011 and had it shipped to Copenhagen. Delivery time was alittle over a week. The shippingcost was abit pricey they charged me 350 dkk or 410 sek if you're shipping to sweden but the cost of their bikes are alot lower than the ones here in Denmark the same bike would've cost me over 4000 dkk here if they sold it. It was worth it though since most of the roadbikes sold around here tend to be weird brands with questionable quality.

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