Sorry -- forgot to mention -- interested in fixed gear bicycles.
Ben's does this too, but not with the slick Flash interface.
Find it here.
The other obvious option is having your LBS help speck out and order a bunch of stuff. It's nice in the same way. You don't have to know which BB you want, but do you want to customize some parts. It seems to be a good compromise for folks who have been into bikes for a while, but maybe new to riding fixed.
Thanks pal, appreciate it. I'm considering confronting my LBS, but maybe not just yet.
The LBS option will probably(read:will) be more expensive.
i was going ot get a bike made from mission bikes. i really like there colors, and you can send them color codes and they will paint it any color you want. the bike i was going to build was about $830. i found a Pista for $600 and bought that. i wish i went with missionbikes, now i am spendign money on parts that i could have gotten already on my bike from them. oh well, i am learning more this way. but they had a lot of options. IRO was pretty good, but i got sick of all teh flash. i look while i am rendering at work, and if it is a large prokect my computer is slow, and all the flash kills me.
Someone get me my brown pants!
the flash IRO site is a huge jump from the super basic site they had when i ordered. It wasn't nearly as cool picking out my parts from school down menus instead of some sort of flash factory where they bring you different parts on hooks.
Last edited by dayvan cowboy; 01-23-09 at 04:03 PM.
i have the mark v, btw.