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Doctor Morbius
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I've always liked Nashbar better. Used to buy from them back in the pre-web days when they were a catalog retailer. When they got bought up I still used them and find, at least in my experience, that they have better customer service, lower prices and decent selection.

SuperGo may cater more to the higer end crowd but Nashbar is for putzes like me who find 105 components to be more than satisfactory. For example, I was looking for some cassettes for my road bikes and Nashbar had 105 HG-70 cassettes on sale for $20. I used a 20% coupon on top of that and got them for $16. Ended up buying 4 of them. Now THAT'S what I call bang for the buck!

Edit: Ok, here's another good reason I like Nashbar. I just bought an Ultegra tripple crankset for $66.97 and a Deore crankset for $30.12, two Kenda Kross ATB tires for $6.67 each, a Sports Instruments ECG5 HRM for $33.47 and a Selle Italia Flite Gel saddle for $36.82. On top of that I used a 10% coupon. Any questions?

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