Buying a Bike: How to Get the Best Bike for Your Money
Today, there are more bikes to choose from than everbefore, and the choice is yours. With the help of thisbook, you'll make easy work of it. Clearly illustratedand concisely written, Buying a Bike explains thedifferences to watch out for and how to make sure you getthe bike that best suits your needs. Separate chapters onselecting the right bike and other equipment, determiningthe correct size, getting comfortable on the bike, buyingsecondhand bikes, using the gears, routine maintenance,and basic repairs.
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Choosing a Bike Type 75
Mountain Bikes 16 Hybrids
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