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Has anyone here had any dealings with Total Cycling?(9 posts)

Has anyone here had any dealings with Total Cycling?GEORGIADOG
Jan 2, 2003 6:17 PM
If so how was your experience, thinking about doing some trading with them. Thanks ahead of time for input.Oh yeah HOW BOUT'THEM DAWGS!!
re: Has anyone here had any dealings with Total Cycling?The Human G-Nome
Jan 2, 2003 6:32 PM
tons of people here have had dealings with TC. i doubt you'll hear very much in the way of negative feedback. personally, they've always been good to me.
Been buying from them for several years. All good experiences.Look381i
Jan 2, 2003 7:47 PM
And, yes they'll even ship to Georgia. In fact, I get stuff (I'm in Macon) as fast or faster from them as from, say, Colorado or Minnesota.

TC's shipping rates have recently increased, so it make take a large order to make shipping seem reasonable per item.
re: Has anyone here had any dealings with Total Cycling?flying
Jan 2, 2003 9:56 PM
Bought my Look 381i from them.
Nothing but good to say about Mike & Adrian
A real pro shop that has great prices & service.
I got my frame in less than a week. That is not bad considering they are in Ireland & Im in Hawaii ;-)
3 orders, fast shipping and no problems.(nm)James
Jan 2, 2003 10:48 PM
All positivekatie1
Jan 3, 2003 4:57 AM
I have bought wheelsets and tires from them with no problem. I was surprised by the import fees with the wheels but it wasn't bad. Tires had no extra duty.

Go DAWGS!!!!!!
Great Dealsmorkm
Jan 3, 2003 5:48 AM
I ordered two Irish National Team jerseys for myself and my girlfriend (she's an Irish native) and was very impressed with how quickly my order arrived.

Reading your post, I just checked out there website again and found a few more real bargains. Just ordered a pair of SIDI Genius 4 for $109 US and a couple other things. The shipping worked out to around $23 and my total order (the shoes and a pair of Assos bibs) was still less than ordering just the shoes from Colorado Cyclist. I also noticed that Total Cycling has 2002 Team Jerseys for only $31 each. They don't have ALL the teams like some web sites, but that's a pretty good price, IMHO.
re: Has anyone here had any dealings with Total Cycling?heldveld
Jan 3, 2003 9:02 AM
Is there any sort of import duty charged on the items?
re: Has anyone here had any dealings with Total Cycling?morkm
Jan 3, 2003 8:13 PM
Check their web page, but I think duty only applies to wheels and some frames. Clothing does not have any duty on it.