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    Local shop for SS parts?

    I am currently building up another SS, primarily it will be a path/road and easy trail rig. I have found the parts online but I want to help locals if I can. I am in Castle Rock but don't mind a short drive. Thanks

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    I'd recommend Alpha bicycle company In Centennial. Those guys will take good care of you. They are down south but Salvagetti is way cool as well and they have coffee!


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    It's an older Stumpjumper ( early 90's I believe) I have my Schwinn for the harder offroad SS and want one that will be faster on the paths/ cruiser trails. I am thing of going with either a 38/16 or 40/16 set up. Completely rigid.. that will throw my off road riding back to the old days. I have had shocks for years now

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    Check out Cycle Analyst on Pearl St in Denver as well. Great guys, great stories, great shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mountaingoatepics
    Check out Cycle Analyst on Pearl St in Denver as well. Great guys, great stories, great shop.
    Never been there, may have to check it out

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    Quote Originally Posted by PBR me!
    I'd recommend Alpha bicycle company In Centennial. Those guys will take good care of you.
    That's where I got my Unit and they were very helpful for a Singlespeed newbie. I got a cog and a few other parts too when I bought the frame.

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    Another vote for Salvagetti. Go there. You cannot go wrong. Ask for Joe and fear his beard.

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    Alpha for sure.

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