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What are you favorite place to shop online for bike stuff in the US? (Nashbar, etc)

Old 10-30-15, 12:09 PM
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Lately it's been ebay. In the past it's been mostly Nashbar.
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Pricepoint and a smattering of other online shops. I was a Nashbar regular until they got hacked at the end of 2008. They mis-handled that before AND after. I've used Performance less and less since then, too.
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Amazon and Bike Tools Etc., the Bike Tools site has a $25 minimum, but an amazing selection of odds and ends.
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Old 10-30-15, 03:52 PM
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I didn't see Modern Bike mentioned yet. I stumbled on their site when I searched for the lowest price for Apple Green Brooks B17, then discovered they were local to me! So I can order online and support my LBS too.
Broad selection, good prices, and great customer service.
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It really depends on what I'm ordering:
  • Wiggle - If I'm ordering a lot of parts. This can mean free shipping and delivery in 2 - 3 business days.
  • Competitive Cyclist - If I am ordering clothing and want a good selection. I'm short and as a result, often have to order many items and return what doesn't work. Competitive Cyclist has a great selection and returns are easy.
  • Bike Bling - They often have really good deals so I really shop for the deals. I have had issues where they do not ship in a timely fashion.
  • Amazon - If they have a good price or I need it quickly (e.g. Prime)

Mostly, I'll shop around for deals and have probably placed one or more orders at most of the major online retailers.
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Amazon, Competitive Cyclist, Chain reaction, Nashbar, Planet Cyclery, and eBay.
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The problem with Excel is everything good is list price. Whenever there's a sale, it's for stuff nobody buys.
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