Cyclocross webshop in europe?

Especially for light weight issues concerning cyclocross / touring bikes & parts.

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Mads Kock
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The sport in Denmark isn't that big so it's difficult to find products so I have to look at the internet but so far I have only found US-based cyclocross-shops - must be webshops in Europe?

Thanks!

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You can wacth on www.salden.nl ,the deliver in the whole world. The only problem is that theire webshop is in ducth.. The prices are low theire.

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Thanks alot - I will look at it! If I have translation questioins I will ask you :-) hehe joke - thanks for the link!

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a very good shop is www.occp.de.

the guy is a cyclocross rider himselfe and has even some good own products.

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Thanks - that's a even better link! I couldn't find that much crosspart at the first link!

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Did you check Roadshark.dk? Jan might have more than is on their page, can't hurt to give them a call and maybe safe some on shipping. Anything special you are looking for?

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Hello Boonen! I will try roadshark - it would alot easier with a shop located in Denmark!

Are you danish or how do you know about roadshark?

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Det kan du tro jeg er Image

I'm not affiliated with roadshark in any way, but have used them before for things I just couldn't get at my LBS, and theirs service is good and fast (esp. when you are in Denmark)

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I will translate erverything.. But waht are you looking for? I can watch if they have it for a nice price..

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Boonen wrote:Det kan du tro jeg er


Rart at "møde" dig - hvor bor du henne?

I have tried and send Roadshark an request about some stronglight parts - do they have a stock or is everything imported when ordered = meaning long delieverydates?

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Boogie wrote:I will translate erverything


Thanks for your offer - I will try to finish my bike before I have a overview about what is going to be upgraded/replaced! I will be back :-)


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roamer wrote:www.shop4cross.de


This shop doesn't ship to other countries that Germany, did I translate it right ?

Too bad...

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roamer wrote:www.shop4cross.de


Thanks - they have really nice parts! Good link!!!

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www.nccykler.dk Erik is really interested in establishing a good store, and after some pressure even cross has his focus (just look into the left column on their webpage).

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