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    DFW area bike shops

    Hey guys, I'm working/staying in the Grapevine area. I only brought 2 pairs of bike shorts but I've ridden almost every day because the trail is so close(and awesome!), so I need a shop with a good selection of clothing. I ran by that Mad Duck, but they only had one pair, and not my size. Anything that's good or close? The only other shop I've been to was way up in Plano, but I'm hoping I don't have to go that far. Any input is appreciated!

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    There's a bicycles inc. in Hurst/Bedford. It's about 15 minutes from you.

    http://bicyclesinc.com/

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    can't vouch for the shops up that way, but if you are looking for what's available and all that, check this out. Some in the area will even give a discount for mentioning MountainBikeTx.com.
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    I believe your best bets are going to be Bicycles Inc. in Hurst, Richardson Bike Mart (in Richardson), and the closest REI you can find (right off the 635?).
    "It's all about personal integrity, hope, and a really great beer."

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    If you don't mind driving to Plano, Check out Plano Cycling & Fitness!!

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    completely off topic, but the link in your sig, is that your site?
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    Yup, photography is my other hobby/addiction. At one point it was the more expensive of the two. Not the case anymore!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hitek79
    Yup, photography is my other hobby/addiction. At one point it was the more expensive of the two. Not the case anymore!
    That's quite the skilled hobby ya' got there. Those are really good photos.
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    Check out the REI on 635, theres a Performance on 75 and Walnut Hill, and a Sun and Ski sports at 75 and Royal......all within 20 minutes of you.

    Hey noticed you ride a Titus.....nice bike, I just built one up a Carbon Racer X in January and have been loving life ever since.

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    Thanks for the compliments Pedigre.

    I ran by the Bicycles Inc. Nice store. They had had what I needed, and I found a group road ride for Tuesday. Perfect!

    I love my Titus, but recently I've only been riding the Enduro. I brought it with me to Texas, and it's overkill, but man do I like that bike.

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    Richardson Bike Mart
    www.bikemart.com
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    There's a Sun&Ski Sports at Grapevine Mills and a Bicycles Plus at MacArthur and Beltline in Coppell which would be a lot closer.

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