Can anyone suggest some good online bike shops?

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Posted Glen Moore edited answer

Can anyone suggest some good online bike shops?

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Glen Moore Glen Moore edited answer

I would try some local shops. It’s better to see everything in person, especially if we are talking about different parts of your bike. I’ve recently purchased my first expensive bike and I have decided to test it out first. I had the option of purchasing it online, but it was better to see it in person. Now, I am dreaming of visiting Japan in order to take a bike tour from biketourjapan.com because I have seen from pictures that they have amazing sights. After all, that’s why I love biking. You get to see outstanding views

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Jogn Cartman

You are able to find many deals on ebay

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Alyssa Meston

I don’t think it’s a problem to find a good bike shop. We have a lot of bike shops in the city, so I advise you to just walk around your city and choose the store that you like best. Speaking of which, have you chosen the bike you want to buy yet? If not, then I advise you to read this guide to find the best bike for you. There you will find a lot of useful information that will help you with your choice. Thanks to this guide, I have already chosen a second bike. After you choose a suitable option, look for it in your city or in online stores.

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You’d be surprise to find out how many Internet bike shops are actually brick-and-mortar, real-life bike shops, that just happen to have an Internet presence too. I’m not against buying over the Internet, but it’s one of those “if you have to ask…” things — if you have to ask, you probably don’t know enough about bikes to safely buy one mail-order. You need the one-on-one that a local bike shop provides to make sure you get the right size and style, do adjustments, etc. Leave the Internet bike buying to those who know what measurements work for them and are willing to wrench their own bikes.

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there are no good online bike shops, its just not safe, most of the manufacturers actually make it “illegal” to sell their bikes online.i would recommend them for checking out prices,spec’s, and other bikes out there.the best thing to do is drive down to the bike shop,try out at least a half-dozen bikes in your price range and pick the one that fits you best, not the cheapest and most uncomfortable.

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