|Cannondale R4000si at Costco!?!||Alan B|
Jun 29, 2001 11:20 PM
|There it was in all its black, shimmering glory: CAAD 6 frame, Dura Ace, Ksyriums, weighs all of about 10 ounces -- picked it up with my pinky . . . $2999.99. When I first saw a road bike sitting there in Costco, I wondered what Toys R Us bike they'd brought in this time. Quite the contrary! Not exactly you're LBS (and I don't know the list price offhand), but it sure had me wishing I had 3 grand sitting around unused. They had Jeckyls too at about $2200.
|my family spend at least 30k @ costco per year||Made in Taiwan|
Jun 30, 2001 12:27 AM
|we run a cafe/sandwich shop |
costco is awesome!!!!!
although they only have the lemon flavored gatorade (powder), i wish they have the oragne (powder) ones.
|re: Cannondale R4000si at Costco!?!||LC|
Jun 30, 2001 8:01 PM
|Yea, but you have to buy a least a 12 pack of them. Then you start to think about how long it would take to use up 12 bikes.|
|re: Cannondale R4000si at Costco!?!||BroBiker|
Jul 2, 2001 8:55 AM
|Be carefull about purchasing a Cannondale at Costco. |
I remember reading about a problem a fellow biker had with a bike purchased at Costco. If I remember correctly, it goes something like this. Costco obtains some merchandise through unauthorized channels. This merchandise isn't warrantied by the manufacturer. The frame of a Cannondale bike purchased at Costco snapped. Cannondale wouldn't touch it because it wasn't purchased through an authorized source.