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    Where is the largest/best IronHorse dealer around

    Going to be home in Jersey for the month of July and want to go shopping for 7points and the like. Where is a good place to go. Perferably central/southern part of the state but will travel. Thanks.

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    Some of the local EMS stores have been adding bike shops inside their stores and I believe they carry IH, I would call before you go anywhere though, not sure of the selection.
    You guys live or plan on coming to New Jersey, check out mtbnj.com

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    Campmor in north jersey (Rt 17 in Paramus).

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    Campmor definately has more IH bikes than EMS and probably a better price to boot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pm55
    Campmor definately has more IH bikes than EMS and probably a better price to boot.
    And it's not a chain!

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    Check out campmor for sure. They've got a great stock and great help if anything needs repair. Plus when you go in that store you get lost for an hour looking at all the other goodies :-)


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    Campmor is a pretty sure bet, but so is a place called Downcylces (downcycles.com) in Westchester County. They seem to specialize in downhill/freeride bikes.

    I bought my bike from there. Great people. They also price match--which means you should find the most aggresive price on the net (typically Randall Scott) and present it to them.

    Good luck!
    Dang! You got shocks, pegs... lucky! You ever take it off any sweet jumps?

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    Thanks fellas

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    Quote Originally Posted by pm55
    Campmor definately has more IH bikes than EMS and probably a better price to boot.
    There is an EMS adjacent to campmor so you can check out both at the same time. The only problem with campmor is they only let you ride the bike around the parking lot.

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    Also try ***** sporting goods. I was in there yesterday and they had to have about 30 Iron Horses' in that store. HT & FS.

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