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    List of parts & gear websites?

    As I just got back into riding this summer, I'm a little off the back in terms of where to shop online for parts & gear. Here's what I have in my Favourites/Bookmarks list, please let me know if I'm missing any:

    - Back Country

    - Canada Bicycle Parts

    - Chain Love

    - Chain Reaction

    - Competitive Cyclist

    - Dunbar

    - Jenson

    - Nashbar

    - PBK

    - Performance Bikes

    - Price Point

    - Pro Bike Shop

    - TBS

    - Universal Cycles

    - Wiggle
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    Art's Cyclery is a good shop.

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    Thanks; added!
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    Google Shopping Search.

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    cyclesports uk
    merlincycles

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    ebikestop is really good. They also have a price-matching policy as well!

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    Re: List of parts & gear websites?

    Merlin cycles. Always have what they say they stock, and great prices!

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    Don't forget Blue Sky Cycling, and Tree Fort Cycles.
    Saddle up, Effendi. We ride.

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    Thanks!
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    Qbike and Spadout for deals

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    Q!.
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    Amazon has a bunch of those vendors already. Plus with Amazon prime you get free 2 day shipping on most items

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    Do you live in the US? I want to get stuff from them, and CRC, too, but always wondered about delays because of import duties and such.

    I live in the Southern US, btw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiggySawdust View Post
    Do you live in the US? I want to get stuff from them, and CRC, too, but always wondered about delays because of import duties and such.
    It's unclear who you're addressing your question to, but I'm in Canada.
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    I live in the US. I see that Merlin and CRC always have great deals, but haven't bought anything because of the potential duty and tax fees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trail_Blazer View Post
    Google Shopping Search.

    and of course EBAY

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    Quote Originally Posted by MiggySawdust View Post
    Do you live in the US? I want to get stuff from them, and CRC, too, but always wondered about delays because of import duties and such.

    I live in the Southern US, btw.
    It depends who you buy from. Shipping from cyclesports uk and Merlin cycles have been nearly as fast as buying from some of the shops in the US. I recently bought many parts from various countries and weren't hit with any additional fees upon delivery.

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