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Old 10-17-02, 09:44 AM   #1
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Online site to get frames?

Where are some online retailers where i could purchase a MTB frame?
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What manufacturer are you looking for? Also, what style of frame, dh, freeriding, xc, trail, road etc.?
There are lots of places but there is not just one that carries all of them. You can also try to contact the manufacturer and order direct.

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im looking for HT, XC, and freeride frames. is it generally cheaper from resellers?
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It will be cheeper if you can find someone with 2002 models or someone that is a high volume dealer.
The online places I would suggest are:

wheeleworld.com (my preferance be cause they are a huge Kona dealer, my bike of choice but they also carry Specialized, Cannondale, Giant, Tomac and Devinci. They also have some KHS and Schwinn) Not every thing is on their web site but if you call them they are very helpful. I prefer their shop in Woodland Hills, CA.

jensonusa.com
cambriabike.com

adrenalen bikes has some good deals but they do not have a web site. You can find their number in just about all mtb magazines.
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It will be cheeper if you can find someone with 2002 models or someone that is a high volume dealer.
where can i find high volume dealers?
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Check out the homepage and billboard links at www.mtbr.com I also would check out www.beyoundbikes.com www.universalcycles.com ah heck, there are soooo many. Go pick up an issue of Bike or Mountain Bike Action or Mountain Bike and scan through it. A lot of mail-order companies have adverts in those mags.

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how reliable are these companies that print ad's in the magazines?
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For some really sweet hardtail frames check out www.speedgoat.com.
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