Looking for Special Accessories or Parts?

Velo Orange-brand saddles
Velo Orange-brand saddles

Looking for special parts or accessories for a restoration or jazzing up an older vintage bike maybe for someone’s birthday or a Christmas present?  We can special order stuff at great prices from many vendors.

Here’s a short list:  Velo Orange (French-style focus), Merry Sales (SOMA, Nitto, Dia-Compe, other smaller boutique brands; their entire product catalog – w/out prices- can be viewed here), Compass Bicycles (home of Cycles René Herse, Bicycle Quarterly, one of the best quarterly journals on randonneuring-style bikes and related technologies and distributor of Grand Bois parts and accessories from Japan) and United Bicycle Supply (owners of BikeToolsEtc.com, their public website; excellent for repair parts for older bikes/components, awesome tool selection).

Rene Herse crankset from Compass Bicycles
Rene Herse crankset from Compass Bicycles

Give us a call if you’d like a quote and availability.  Our prices can often beat what you can buy these items for elsewhere and you get our excellent pre- and post purchase advice and assistance you wouldn’t get if you purchased them direct.

Honjo Fenders - 4 styles from Merry Sales
Honjo Fenders – 4 styles from Merry Sales
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Author: Tim Potter

Sustainable Transportation Manager, MSU Bikes Service Center; member of the All University Traffic & Transportation Committee (http://auttc.msu.edu); founding member of MSU Bike Advisory Committee (https://msubikes.wordpress.com/volunteer-donate/msu-bac/); advocate for local & regional non-motorized transportation issues thru the Tri-Co. Bike Assn. Advocacy Committee (http://groups.google.com/group/tcatc); board member of the Ride of Silence (http://www.rideofsilence.org); year-round bicyclist of all sorts; photographer; soccer player; father of 3; married 30 yrs. to Hiromi, Japanese national (daughter of former Natl. Keirin Champion, Seiichi Nishiji); Christ follower.

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