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    aal
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    Santa Barbara / Ventura

    Anyone know of any fixed gear friendly (i.e., parts / service) shops in S.B. or Ventura CA?

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    lemurs
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    Go see Ryan or Keith at Non Stop Ciclismo in Ventura. Ryan builds, rides and repairs Fixed gear, single speed and flip/flops - as well as any other 9 or 10 speed road bikes. That entire shop is the standard.

    http://www.nonstopciclismo.com/
    263 S. Laurel St.
    Ventura, California 93001
    USA
    Telephone: ++1.805.653.1894

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    aal
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    Thanks.

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    I went into Bicycle Bob's (250 Storke Road, Goleta, CA 93117) a few months ago and they mentioned that they hoped to soon have a fixed wheelset for sale. The guy that I spoke to there rode a SS, so I wouldn't count on any fixed gear expertise.

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    lemurs
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    I'm getting them to order me some Paul's hubs! Tommasini conversion...I'm very excited.

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    Also, AS bikes on campus has a few kids working there who ride fixed, they don't really have a selection of anything on hand other than a few cogs, but they can order parts. Plus you can use their tools for free.

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