Websites to order from

dlcccall01

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I was wondering what the best websites to order from are. I tried using bike bery. will be end of july before they even ship my stuff. Is there any other sites that are fast shipping and have good products?
 

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Here you go.
This is a good one too. For some reason I tried to order from them once and had an issue during the payment process (nothing bad -- it just wasn't working at the moment) and saw they also sell off of Amazon. I have purchased from them through Amazon. They have the Zeda's which people seem to love. Have yet to give my Zeda a good run. I am not sure if they sell their entire catalog on Amazon though.

As a new person, I would try to stay away from direct sales websites. Sometimes you order and it can take months to come in. Not saying it is always the case but it does happen. Some sell garbage. At least through eBay or Amazon, even Walmart has motorized bike parts... you have better buyer protection.
 

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I stopped using SlimeAzon about 2 years ago., haven't been to FEMA-Mart - formerly known as WalMart in almost as long - and would never even have a nightmare about buying anything bicycle-related from them, anyway.
Fleabay is ok for some stuff, but I've heard some horror stories about actual engines bought there.
Never had a problem with BikeBerry, they have a lot of stuff, ship fast and customer service is good.
Just put in a small order with Gasbike, they did screw up the last one and their customer service was non-existent, but this order is hard to screw up, we shall see.....
For bicycle parts, I used to go to a local bike shop where they DON'T just try to sell you the latest, greatest and most expensive and have a pretty good stash of little odds and ends for older bikes, but they're having problems, might have to look for a different store.
Yellowjersey.org is very good for older and more unusual parts, Biketiresdirect for mostly tires.
 
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