Whether you are just starting out as a bicyclist or you’ve been riding for years, you need a two-wheeler to suit your style. The secret to selecting the right bike is to know what sort of riding you plan to do. Are you going to commute to work every day or just explore some mountain trails? Do you want to go super fast or cruise at a leisurely pace near the beach? You’ll need to think about where you plan to ride, how many miles you’ll log, and how much cash you want to spend, too. There are a lot of variables to consider and your final choice will depend on your bike personality.
It’s always a smart idea to take a few test drives before making a purchase. Your bike-riding experience needs to be comfortable and the bike should fit you like a glove. Some of the models to consider include hybrid bikes, mountain bikes, road bikes, cruisers, and folding bikes. There are pros and cons to each bicycle type. Some models are easier to ride on hills, sturdier on rough terrain, and some are lightning-bolt fast. It will all depend on the type of riding you plan to do. Prices vary widely, depending on the model, brand name, and what bells and whistles you chose. For more information to help you choose the right bike for you, take a look at this infographic.
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