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    Saying hello from the PNW

    Hey guys! new to the forum and looking into researching good bike component companies To invest in for upgrades on my new Revel!

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    Helluva user name. Where you out of in the PNW?

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    Looks like you are in Portland. Welcome! I'm up in the Seattle-Tacoma area myself. I recommend starting with PNW Components! They have awesome handlebars, stems, dropper posts, socks, and shirts. Also Cascade Race Design (CRD) wheels are great and they are PNW made too!

    I also recommend my local bike shop Indigenous Wheel Co based out of Tacoma ,WA. They make wheels for all sorts of bikes too.
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    Another great PNW company I'd give a nod to is Chris King. Very well designed, very well engineered, and if price is not an issue, their components will last at least 22+yrs--I still have my 1998 Pewter CK Discotech hubs in service. :-)

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