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Old 08-04-05, 12:24 PM   #1
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Catalogs

Allot of us probably remember getting the toy catalog in the mail as a kid, well I donít feel any shame in saying I get the same feeling when a bike shop catalog shows up in the mail. Besides these three, what other catalogs dose every one get?

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Some of the excitment of the Performance catalog wore off when I moved to Carrboro, NC b/c we have a Performance store here - with piles of catalogs at the counter. Funny, I still read it though!

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Excel Sports. I ordered a lot of stuff from them and have had no problems at all.
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My wife thinks that bike catalogs look like grocery store weeklies. Its true, they look so cheap, but unlike grocery store fliers often sell such pricy goods.

They don't look nice like clothing, REI, etc. catalogs.

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