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Old 04-09-21, 10:39 AM
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You can obtain a decent new bike for that money but you're best off taking your $600 dollars to the classifieds and patiently scour until you find a good deal. In the meantime, id recommend you start to get an idea of what sort of frame would fit your proportions best and see if you can try out a couple bikes at a bike shop for reference.

Begin with the stack, reach, top tube length, and stem length as the absolute basics. Find a bike that feels roomy enough for you to stretch out as much as you need to depending on how racy and leaning forward you want your position to be.

This is really the absolute basics. Your best bet will be to look into some frame fit guides on Google.
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