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    what bike for me?

    I am in need of a new bike, but I can't find something good for me.

    -ride to school quickly and easily daily (most days)

    -have a little bike path/off road capability, but not sacrafice weight or ease of riding/speed

    -be under $400 preferably, (enough for a YOUNG teen with lots of room to spare)

    I would LOVE to get the allegro 1x (link) but is a bit out of the price range. If someone could let me know about a similar bike that would be awesome.

    thanks everyone

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    go to your local bike shop, see what they have, see what you like, and take it from there.

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    ok I will do that in the next few days. I would apreciate if someone knew a bike similar to the jamis allegro 1x listed in the links.

    thanks all

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    The Trek 4300 or any of the 4xxx series are dirt reliable rides. The Giant Boulders may even be more reliable, but are a bit heavy.

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