Internet retailers

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  1. OFTHESEA

    OFTHESEA New Member

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    I've recently got back into biking after a five year layoff.

    I used to use Performance for supplies but noticed that their site is now very limited. I have also used Nashbar, however Nashbar has stopped carrying some of my favorite items.

    Is there a better place to order parts etc. on the net or through catalogues?
     
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  2. xavier

    xavier New Member

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    Just do searches. Go to Google and plug in what you are looking for and you will get some companies.

    Many bigger companies are slowly not selling the 'cooler' brands for reasons I will not say public.

    Just look around. There are tons of websites out there offering all the smaller better stuff.
     
  3. James Thomas

    James Thomas New Member

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    go to www.aebike.com, jenson.com, beyondbikes.com
    I recommend Alfred E. Bike--good selection, low prices (bacause you aren't paying for them to list in the search engines like the big boys)
    If you find any other obscure, inexpensive sites.......drop me a line. THANKS!
     
  4. Hecubus

    Hecubus New Member

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    Jensonusa.com
    Supergo.com
    Performancebike.com
    excelsports.com
    beyondbikes.com
    cambriabike.com
    pricepoint.com
    nashbar.com
    coloradocyclist.com
    bikesmart.com

    There are quite a few more. Jenson is overall the best one. They usually have the best price and widest selection. Supergo also has huge selection but are not always the cheapest.
     
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