Wanted: Cycling Apparel Store on Internet

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by mmamster, Feb 26, 2004.

  1. mmamster

    mmamster New Member

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    Hi all

    I am looking for recommendations for a good value store on the internet to purchase cycling and triathlon clothing.

    Any suggestions most welcome, particularly from Australia, US or Canada.

    Thanks in anticipation

    Mmamster
     
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  2. Cipher

    Cipher New Member

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    This place has some great values on cycling apparel. Sign up with them for e-mail specials.

    http://www.voler.com/blkwear.html
     
  3. jdc2000

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  4. Hitchy

    Hitchy New Member

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    G'day,

    Try Probikekit.com if you are after (as the name suggests!) Pro team kits. They have lots of other stuff too. They are in the UK, but will quote prices in your local currency & local delivery to you isn't a problem. I've used them a few times without drama,

    cheers,

    Hitchy
     
  5. mmamster

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    Thanks all. I will check them out and post some feedback.
     
  6. Tonto

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    http://www.probikekit.com

    they have a US and AU site and have some really good special offers. I've bought from them and haven't had any problems.
     
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    Here are two good choices to the basics - very good prices:

    http://www.nashbar.com - very good prices, return policies and customer service

    http://www.rei.com - it is a Co-op, so you can get dividends at the end of the year (store credit, actually)
     
  10. Spider1977

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    www.bodytorque.com.au produce some pretty good gear. Although I did have trouble getting knicks when they were out of stock. Also their site is a bit annoying as they have put prices in USD for international customers recently. I think they want locals to ring for orders.
     
  11. mmamster

    mmamster New Member

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    Used this site today for some clothing (team bib and shirt for 2004), tyres (Continental) and arm warmers. They have cheap non team gear but still good manufacturers and also flat rate shipping (so get a few people together and save $$$$). Clothing about 40% cheaper than shops in Melbourne incl shipping cost.

    Cheers

    Mmamster
     
  12. shokhead12

    shokhead12 New Member

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    Your google search doesnt work?
     
  13. acjaz

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    I've had good luck with bikejerseys.com
     
  14. temoore

    temoore New Member

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    Don't forget Total Cycling:
    http://www.totalcycling.com/
    I ordere a pair of ASSOS F1 Mille on tuesday (I am in Seattle area) and they arrived on friday (Total is in Ireland).
    Price was $130 US, compared to almost $190 at most places. Don't know if they were last years model, but I sure like them.
     
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