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    LA riders - help an Aussie out (X-post from General)

    I will be bringing my family over to LA before the end of the year to do the Disneyland thing but also plan to give myself a treat by visiting Jenson/Performance/Supergo/????.
    Which of these companies has a store close to the Disneyland tourist area.

    We will probably be without a car so I will need to be able to get there easily via a taxi or public transport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toowoombarider
    I will be bringing my family over to LA before the end of the year to do the Disneyland thing but also plan to give myself a treat by visiting Jenson/Performance/Supergo/????.
    Which of these companies has a store close to the Disneyland tourist area.

    We will probably be without a car so I will need to be able to get there easily via a taxi or public transport.
    Do yourself a serious favor and go see these guys. They will be a short cab ride from Disneyland:

    The Path Bike Shop - 215 West First Street - Tustin, CA 92780
    Phone: 714-669-0784**Fax: 714-669-0756**email:
    [email protected]
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    Cheers gpsser.
    I have added it to my list.

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    I live and work within 15-20 minutes of Disneyland area and would be happy to show you around some, depending on when you come. I have a fairly flexible schedule. It would be feasible to hit Supergo, Performance, The Path, and maybe a couple more good little shops in 2-3 hours. We might even be able to get a ride together if someones extra bike fits you well enough. Taxis get expensive quick.
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    Cool Mattman. That would be awesome. I will let you know once firm dates are available.
    I hope I get my SS up and running before I get over there otherwise I will struggle. (I have been lurking on the SS board for quite a while but do not have an SS yet.
    Start looking for a spare bike that is suitable for guy who is 6'3".

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    Quote Originally Posted by toowoombarider
    Cool Mattman. That would be awesome. I will let you know once firm dates are available.
    I hope I get my SS up and running before I get over there otherwise I will struggle. (I have been lurking on the SS board for quite a while but do not have an SS yet.
    Start looking for a spare bike that is suitable for guy who is 6'3".
    I'm 6'2" , short in the legs, and ride 19-20" bikes, I have two spares that might work, both are gearys, one may be converted to SS by then, or I know a couple taller guys who may be able to help. It's fairly hilly at most of the good ride spots, so unless you get some SS miles in before then, a geary may be more fun.
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