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    Quote Originally Posted by Grog View Post
    here is the info:

    http://www.secondascent.com
    Second Ascent
    5209 Ballard Ave NW
    Seattle WA

    They seem to sell new and used stuff.

    And the charming fellow who gave me the info told me he also rides a lot and next time I see him I have to tell him everything about those cycling girlfriends in Seattle!!
    This store is (i think) just down from the Kavu outlet. I've been there, and will have to go check it out for Ibex. Quill, Salsa, Mimi, et al: shall we do a shopping trip? Lunch in Ballard and descend upon Second Ascent and the Kavu outlet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grog View Post
    here is the info:

    http://www.secondascent.com
    Second Ascent
    5209 Ballard Ave NW
    Seattle WA

    They seem to sell new and used stuff.

    And the charming fellow who gave me the info told me he also rides a lot and next time I see him I have to tell him everything about those cycling girlfriends in Seattle!!
    I've heard about the place but have never gotten around to visiting--they are across town. Thanks for the tip. Another TD, where do they sell Sugoi stuff in Canada. I've notice a bit in a general outdoor store on Broadway in Kitsilano but I didn't see an outlet type store.

    Thanks for the tip!!!
    Yes, SHE can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnottedYet View Post
    This store is (i think) just down from the Kavu outlet. I've been there, and will have to go check it out for Ibex. Quill, Salsa, Mimi, et al: shall we do a shopping trip? Lunch in Ballard and descend upon Second Ascent and the Kavu outlet?
    Hey, too funny. We posted at the same time. Yes, I would love to go sometime this weekend????
    Yes, SHE can.

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    No Sugoi outlet that I know of. They usually have a winter sale though, haven't heard of it this year (yet?).

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    can some one pick me up along the way. I'm in saint paul.


    thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quillfred View Post
    Hey, too funny. We posted at the same time. Yes, I would love to go sometime this weekend????
    Not this weekend, I'm running away from home until Tuesday. Maybe next weekend?
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    Knot I think madscot would fit in the back of your Subaru, but then where would you put the haul of shop-till-you-drop?

    M'scot do you also double as storage?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Trek420 View Post
    M'scot do you also double as storage?

    Yes as a box monster I think I would fare quite well. I am also strappable to the top of a suburau a la those Thules.

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    Looks like you would run behind
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    I'm not agreat runner can I at least bike?

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    As long as you are willing to drive to MN, you might as well pick me up. I love sales.
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    Sales! yeah they are the midwest tradition!

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    Oh yeah and I recieved the Ibex switchback in the small from REI. It was pretty big on me? Does Ibex always run so large or is it the switchback?

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    Quote Originally Posted by madscot13 View Post
    Oh yeah and I recieved the Ibex switchback in the small from REI. It was pretty big on me? Does Ibex always run so large or is it the switchback?
    I ordered cycling shorts and a jersey from them this summer. I ordered according to their sizing chart and both were too big for my taste... I was warned so I got the UGS in small instead of medium, and I've been the happiest camper... er, guide since.

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    Quote Originally Posted by madscot13 View Post
    Oh yeah and I recieved the Ibex switchback in the small from REI. It was pretty big on me? Does Ibex always run so large or is it the switchback?
    I am usually a medium, but in Ibex I take sometimes medium and sometimes small. In the switchback pullover I could have worn either the med or the small, but I chose the small so I could put jackets over it. You don't say what KIND of switchback item you got- pullover, full zip, vest....?
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