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Old 10-05-2017, 04:00 PM
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I need a bike (but I need advice more)

I've just had an operation on my knee and have been told that by my consultant that I should be sticking to cycling and swimming as my exercise from now on. Neither are particularly my favourite pastimes but I think I have to accept my footballing days are over. This latest op makes it 8 in 8 years so I reckon it's time to listen.

Whilst I'm a rubbish swimmer, I can use the pool at my local gym so I'm not too concerned about that. The issue I have is that I don't own a bike, I never have and I have minimal knowledge as to the type of bike I should get, what is good and what is bad. That's where I'm hoping you guys will come in!

I've done a bit of research and have come to the conclusion that a hybrid or a hardtail would probably be the most suitable for me. The majority of my cycling will be road based but I'd like to have the option to go off-road as well.

Is there any recommendations on a particular bike that I should be looking at. My budget is relatively low at about 300 but I have health insurance with Vitality and one of their benefits is 50% off bikes at Evans Cycles so that should help me get something sufficient for a novice like me.

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Old 10-05-2017, 04:20 PM
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I got a Specialized Sirrus which is a hybrid bike both road and off road if you wish think it was about 350 IIRC got bike but the wheel rims were shite.
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Consider an electric bike so if your knee starts to hurt you can let the battery take the strain.
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What kind of cycling are you planning on doing, that's the biggest and most important question, there Re 3 main kinds of bike (and many many sub categories)

mountain bikes (for off road, up it won't limit you as to where it can be used)

Hybrids (for a mix of road and off road)

Road bikes (for road, duh)

Once you've narrowed down your choice to one or 2 of these the best thing to do is go a d hunt round some bike shops to see if there is anything that takes your fancy.

For around 300 if you can find something that's an old model you get much better value for money as it's getting to be a struggle to make something good to sell for 300

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What kind of cycling are you planning on doing, that's the biggest and most important question, there Re 3 main kinds of bike (and many many sub categories) mountain bikes (for off road, up it won't limit you as to where it can be used) Hybrids (for a mix of road and off road) Road bikes (for road, duh) Once you've narrowed down your choice to one or 2 of these the best thing to do is go a d hunt round some bike shops to see if there is anything that takes your fancy. For around 300 if you can find something that's an old model you get much better value for money as it's getting to be a struggle to make something good to sell for 300 This might be a very good versatile option for you To view the link you have to Register or Login
I don't really know what I'll be doing most of but I'd like to think I will ride to work on occasions so would imagine the majority of my cycling will be on road. However, getting a road bike would obviously limit me to just that. There's quite a few trails around my way and I have a couple of friends who are in to that so I'll probably join them every now and again.

I suppose the question is whether to go for a hybrid or a hardtail mountain bike. Hybrid's were obviously designed for comfort on and off-road where as mb's are primarily for the latter but I'm not really planning on doing any massively long rides. I generally prefer the look of a mountain bike over a hybrid but if I do end up using the bike mostly for my commute (which is 7 miles), would getting an MB be an error or are they ok for relatively short road rides?

Bear in mind that I can get a bike at Evans Cycles for 600 as with my discount, that's within my budget. I could potentially stretch slightly further really don't want to go much over.
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A CX bike, like the one spunky suggested, would be a good option.
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What's a CX bike?
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A little more than your budget, I've got a specialized crosstrail hybrid bike with front suspension. Costs about 400 but is an excellent bike for the money.
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Like this? Would cost me 210 (after I find an old crappy bike to trade it) so well within budget.

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I'm quite tempted by this. Decent reviews.
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Oh ok. Thanks. So is that a better option than a hybrid?
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Depends what you're after really. My bike is pretty similar, but with flat bars, and I use it every day, and have also used it for touring holidays in northern Spain, up and down mountains, along paths, doing about 100 km a day carrying luggage. They're everything bikes, really. Though mine's a bit upmarket of that one on components.
You won't be doing high level mountain biking on one because the geometry doesn't really work for that, but you'll handle paths and trails beautifully.
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Hardtail MTB and Hybrids I think are probably your best shout for the cash. If you are predominantly roading then the stiffer the better as you will only add weight with shocks etc.

Its a lot about tyres for road so the hybrids would be a good bet here. At that sort of price range the Carreras from Halfords are a good shout. My eldest boy has a crossfire 3 which is a great starter bike, my better half has the Subway which is stiffer and very good value.

Go for as light as your budget allows you. Halfords also do 20% off sales regularly so its worth watching the website. I have a Boardman MX Comp which is basically the straight handlebar version of the CX but a bit out of your price range unless you go second hand.

You won't beat the service you can get from a local bike shop tho but for entry I would say the Halfords mid-range bikes are great.

Its pretty addictive tho....soon you'll want to splash a grand+ on a carbon road bike
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And agree, listen to Spunky. Although he is a bit anti-Halfords

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I'm quite tempted by this. Decent reviews.
Thats 550 tho. Looks a decentish spec.

Similar to my Boardman MX
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I'd thoroughly recommend hydraulic disks if you can stretch to them. Just got them on my new roadie too
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