Introductions - I am new from Seattle
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Have not been biking that long ( 5 years ) but I am addicted to it .
02-04-07, 11:19 AM
Hello stevt, what kind of ride have you got?
There are a lot of us in Seattle by the way, you might want to check in here as well:
Welcome to BF!
02-04-07, 11:43 AM
Welcome to the forums stevt.
but , I am looking to get a new road bike . After talking to some friends this weekend , I am having a tough time figuring what bike to get . Everyone has a differnt oppinon and what is most important , and with so many bikes on the market , it is not an easy choice .
02-04-07, 11:55 AM
There are (possibly) hundreds of threads on the very subject. I think there's a sticky somewhere in the Road Cycling forum if I'm not mistaken.
How much can you afford?
Do you foresee yourself racing/triathlon/ ? in the future?
And then we can start the Shimano/Campagnolo debate after that :D .
02-04-07, 11:59 AM
Welcome to Puget sound. We're where everyone else would like to ride (Kitsap), and you're close enough to enjoy. What bike to get? Way too subjective. I seem to have voted for the Several option. You get on it/them and ride. Most bike shops understand and I cannot think of any lbs in the area that doesn't do a very good job for the customer.
I am looking at the Fezzari Catania , but I am making a mistake buying online without testing or sitting on the bike for propper fitting ?
Do you need a triple crank for getting up steep hills ?
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