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Old 03-29-20, 07:06 AM
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don't try this at home.
 
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My local bike shop is open for repairs. And they will bring bikes outside and work with you to see and try different ones.

Your question is a bit too open ended. There's so many different types of bikes now. Pick a couple of bikes from the Trek website, for instance. You might look at hybrid bikes, road bikes, or trail mountain bikes. Trek has a huge range of prices, so you should find something that fits your budget. Post the links here, and you'll get a lot of responses. What's it like in your area? Urban, suburban, rural? Few or many hills?

Years ago, I got a mountain bike for riding around the city. It was great fun. Then I got a road bike, and started riding a lot. It's all road for me now. I think most riders don't really know how much they will ride, and where they'll go. Get a bike you like and want to ride. It probably won't be the last bike you buy.
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