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Old 01-31-05, 12:32 PM   #1
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where do you guys go to get new gear online? I know of pricepoint but where else are you guys going for stuff? I'm looking for anything MTB.
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www.jensonusa.com
www.supergo.com
www.universalcycles.com

Theres 3 more hope it helps. I look on all but i haven't bought of supergo. i got a bikestand a universalcycles and i think something for my bike computer at jenson not positive.
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where do you guys go to get new gear online? I know of pricepoint but where else are you guys going for stuff? I'm looking for anything MTB.
Depends what you want. Clothing I never buy on line, as I have too many problems getting the item not only to fit, but to be comfortable. On clothing, always try before parting with money. Any other bike bits, just research what you want, and then browse till you find the cheapest.
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I agree online buying if clothes is a no-no. But components i have no place local to buy so i have to order. I use ebay as much as possible becuase i get such good deals. I think icyclesusa.com is nice too, i get my spokes there.
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Nasbar.com
Excelsports.com
Performancebike.com
Coloradocyclist.com
Speedgoat.com (typically high prices)
Beyondbikes.com
Cambriabike.com

Also, to compare prices from a number of different retailers, use www.bestwebbuys.com/bikes and www.qbike.com
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