Stonegrinding Options in New England

Stonegrinding Options in New England

Post by yuriandbe.. » Mon, 24 Dec 2012 00:47:21


I find dealing with Caldwell Sports, as an individual, to be a massive hassle.  Can anyone recommend alternative stone-grinders in the Northeast?
 
 
 

Stonegrinding Options in New England

Post by runcyclexcsk » Fri, 28 Dec 2012 19:57:35

I've dealt with Zach before, and liked his service.

By northeast you mean a place where you could drive and drop your skis of? I think there will be some shipping involved anyway. I believe I saw an add in Trax from a guy who now runs Nate Brown/s service, but they are in the northwest, if I am not mistaken.

there are numerous places that grind apline skis, but naturally the results for XC would not be guaranteed.

I am lucky to be in Moscow at the moment where I rop my skis off and pick them up after 2 days.

 
 
 

Stonegrinding Options in New England

Post by g.. » Sat, 29 Dec 2012 02:15:32

On Sat, 22 Dec 2012 07:47:21 -0800 (PST)

Quote:

> I find dealing with Caldwell Sports, as an individual, to be a
> massive hassle.  Can anyone recommend alternative stone-grinders in
> the Northeast?

If Zach doesn't do, I'd call some of the x-c ski shops and ask who's
grinding in the region.

Gene

 
 
 

Stonegrinding Options in New England

Post by highpeaksnordi » Thu, 10 Jan 2013 08:20:01

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> >   Can anyone recommend alternative stone-grinders in the Northeast?

High Peaks Cyclery in Lake Placid.