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    looking for a Redline Mono Cog in Bay Area

    anyone know a shop that has a 17" or 19" in stock?

    thanks
    -rob in SF

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    Alameda Bikes

    Quote Originally Posted by rpet
    anyone know a shop that has a 17" or 19" in stock?

    thanks
    -rob in SF
    510 522-0070. Im not sure but i think its a 18".

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    Second that...

    I saw one at a bike shop in Alameda (can't remember the name, but prolly Alameda bikes) about a month ago with a 'Sale' sticker on it in the window. My guess is that this is more of a specialty kind of item in a shop that does a lot of bike path bikes. I could not tell you what size it was, but I was drooling. It's a pretty bike.

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    I saw one yesterday at Mike's Bikes in San Rafael. Not sure what size though.
    www.mikesbicyclecenter.com

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    Buddy up here in sac has one for super cheap, less than cost.

    He put a spot ring on there too, so it's actually rideable, and some Avid sd-3 brakes and levers...that actually work.

    Call him at natomas bike shop, 916-641-8640 ask for chris.

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    Family Cycling Center in Capitola (near Santa Cruz)

    I saw one at the Family Cycling Center in Capitola.

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