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Originally Posted by WolfRider View Post
I probably need a practice bike to hack around on myself.
This is a pretty good idea. Look for something with comparable types of parts (i.e. same types of brakes, shifters and bottom bracket but not necessarily the same brand or model) as what you have. You can probably find something for around $100 that needs some work and sell it for at least that when you're done learning. You probably won't destroy anything, but having a bike you don't care so much about will take the pressure off.
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