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    Seattle Area Singlespeed freindly shops?

    Lookin for a shop that might stock some single speed stuff in the seattle area. Any info would be great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nermol
    Lookin for a shop that might stock some single speed stuff in the seattle area. Any info would be great.
    Center Cycles down in Renton might stock some SiSp stuff. If not, they'll at least understand what you're talking about. Ti Cycles near UW will also be able to speak SiSp.

    In reality, there aren't many SiSp specific parts that exist. Its simply a different way of using regular mtb parts.

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    Don't know if you

    can go there, but the UW shop manager rides pretty much only SS. The shop might be able to help you out. Recycled Cycles also has a couple of SS riders who work for them and may be able to get what you need as well. Good luck Ed

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    Quote Originally Posted by scarkinsmel
    can go there, but the UW shop manager rides pretty much only SS. The shop might be able to help you out. Recycled Cycles also has a couple of SS riders who work for them and may be able to get what you need as well. Good luck Ed
    Yeah Recycled would be a good place to check out, always fun to browse throught their ever-changing stock too. You might want to check out Counterbalance Cycles at the bottom of Queen Anne, they're primarily a fixie/messenger shop but I think they have some mountain SS stuff also.

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    Thanx for the leads, I am looking for a new chain tensioner and a couple of cogs in new sizes. I will give these shops a call and see if a LBS can come through for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nermol
    Thanx for the leads, I am looking for a new chain tensioner and a couple of cogs in new sizes. I will give these shops a call and see if a LBS can come through for me.
    Pretty much any LBS should be able to order you up a Singulator and Shimano DX or Novatech cogs. They might treat you like a weirdo though

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    Yeah I can order up stuff myself too.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mine'sAPint
    Pretty much any LBS should be able to order you up a Singulator and Shimano DX or Novatech cogs. They might treat you like a weirdo though

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    You might try Free Range down in Freemont

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    Promise Land Found

    Thanx all for the suggestions, but Mine'sAPint wins the "at a boy" Counterbalance Cycle had everything I could ever want for my fixy, in stock, priced right and with a smile.

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