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    LBS with SS components?

    Hey,
    Looking for a bike shop around denver or boulder with lots of single speed stuff. Any recomendations? Need a chainring.

    Thanks!

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    Alpha bikes may have what you need. Give them a call 303-220-9799 or alphabicycle.com
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    Excel sports in Boulder - http://www.excelsports.com

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    Cycle Analyst Denver.

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    I second Alpha. Great bunch of guys.

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    I will third (??) Alpha, they are great guys with good knowledge.
    I also gotta do the right thing here and tell you how great Redstone in Lyons is. Though they are not in Denver they are right out of Boulder. There are such great rides there if nothing else it is worth dropping by to have an excuse to ride higher up. After you see them you can go see Dale about a pale ale!! Truly though, Dave at Redstone is stocking items like Mary, Midge and Mungo bars, he's got some Blacksphire rings, salsa rings (I think), can build AMAZING wheels and has some good On-One bikes begging to go out and play!! So obviously Redstone is my bias first choice, then true the Alpha folks are great and I would also consider Westside if you don't want to get out of Denver. They don't have lots in stock but can get stuff pretty easy. Their attention to detail makes up for what is not in stock. Cheers,
    miSSionary
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