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Old 04-10-21, 12:21 PM
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Moisture
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The sooner you find yourself a good bike, the better. The market continues to become more and more ridiculous. As long as you are patient you are guaranteed to find a good deal on a bike that will work for you. I don't know enough about stumpjumpers to answer your question but I think maybe half the asking price would be a good starting point...

if youre just going to ride paved trails, gravel and maybe some light dirt trails here and there you'd be best off with a road bike. This is what nearly all of my riding consists of and I do it all on a road bike which I converted to flat bar. Its fast, stable, very efficient and great fun.
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