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I love to ride bikes. My bicycle is on a flat. I can't afford to get it fixed. Maybe I will consider and call the repair man.
Thank you for this article. Was wondering what to look for in buying a bicycle.
Thank You for the helpful tips..............
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Great suggestions. Thanks
Good need-to-know information, thanks!
If you're going to spend a lot of time on a bike you should get fitted
I am tall for a woman (5'9") with longish legs AND a long torso. "Women's" bikes don't fit me. I always assumed I'd have to shell out $500 or more at a bike shop but about 20 years ago, I got really lucky with a 1999 Mongoose mountain bike that I bought at Wal-Mart of all places. At the time, it was their "high-end" model and isn't available anymore. That bike was my primary mode of transportation during student-teaching and my first year in my own classroom. I still have it and still ride it. So, don't knock the mass-merchandise department stores; occasionally, they may have just the thing you're looking for.
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