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Old 10-20-03, 08:19 AM
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Originally Posted by guojia38
I am new to biking...

I have no knowledge about bikes. I would like to spend around $200-$300 for a decent beginners bike.
Since you are new to cycling and have a "limited" budget ($200-$300) I'd suggest going to a few bike shops with a knowledgeable cycling friend to help you decide. You may be able to find a good used bike in that price range.

Since you have ITBS (whatever that is??) make sure the bike FITS. IMHO bike FIT is the most important thing to consider when buying any bike.
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