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Old 05-05-13, 06:41 AM   #1
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I am kthomp218 from Northern Virginia. My brother just sold me a Miyata Triplecross 21 speed bike. I want to start riding to get in shape. I do not know much about the bike but he said it was good quality. It has a little rust but appears to be in very good shape. Are there any Miyata riders that could tell me about the bike. I paid $100 dollars and I probably will need a new seat. I am ready to start riding!

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Old 05-05-13, 09:57 AM   #2
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Hello Kthomp, welcome to BF, good to have you join us here. I'm not familiar with that Miyata but the main thing about buying or using any bike is its fit for you being correct. This can be done at a local bike shop or by yourself if you have basic mechanical abilities. Best of luck on your cycling interests a forum here will be able to help you out with the details about that model, our members are very knowledgeable and helpful. Make your self at home.

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