Really? I haven't seen/heard of Pushy's doing that but another aussie mtb online store has been flagged for that.They also price jack some popular items when they do the site wide
Yeah mine did exactly the same. However I emailed them and told them to hold on to it. I’m buying a frame which is heavily discounted. Never seen it that cheap. Thus I want it no matter what.bikecomponents.de promised me they were still shipping and to their credit both my orders shipped quickly. Unfortunately they did a week long trip around the block and DHL took the items back lol. They refunded me after another week.
CRC are somehow avoiding all of this, I'm getting orders in about a week from them.
I’ll just be transferring whatever that’s in my current 601 to ithey, i am also looking at buying that 601 frame, it will be the first frameset build for me. AUD/EUR claw back most of its lost this week.
mind listing your component list for reference?
I've found all sorts of surprises lately on things like cassettes, chains, sealant with prices at Pushy's vs 99 bikes. I'd not even thought of 99 bikes as an option to consider, but they're about $30 cheaper on an XT cassette in store vs Pushy's online.Pushys 12% off sitewide......so the price of a Maxxis tyre goes to $110 fucking rogues
No-one had GRX for about half a year, that stuff was almost impossible to get. By the time I finally got a back in stock notification from Pushy's, it was back at 99 bikes right around the same time. Talking with the guy I bought the frame off (non-chain) about his discussions with the rep was that that issue was all at their end.99Bikes doesnt quite have the range though, so on my last order they didnt have the Sunrace 11-42 or the GRX mech, or the SRAM NX cluster.
Even now Pushys has GRX mechs on their site, but 99Bikes don't. BikeBug do at around the same price as Pushys.No-one had GRX for about half a year, that stuff was almost impossible to get. By the time I finally got a back in stock notification from Pushy's, it was back at 99 bikes right around the same time. Talking with the guy I bought the frame off (non-chain) about his discussions with the rep was that that issue was all at their end.
Shimano can kiss my arse with their geoblocking crap, I'll just be avoiding their stuff as much as possible in the future, as I already do with SRAM.
But yes, I do agree that the range at 99 bikes can be a limiting factor in what you can get from there.