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Re: Good starter advice - Ladies, hybrid, step through?

27 May, 2011 06:15PM
Thanks for the complement about advice. If you do not know then two of us regulars, myself and Cotterpin, are bike shop owners who prefer to remain anonymous. We do a lot of repairs and so we tend to know what works well and what does not.

I had better warn you that I am a Ridgeback dealer and if you came into my shop I would point you to towards the basic Ridgeback hybrids, the Motion and the Speed. They are the same bike except that the Speed has rack and mudguards and is more expensive. The best advice is to go into a couple of bike shops local to you and see what they have and choose a shop that gives you confidence that the staff are trying to help you rather than sell you something. At any given price level bikes are much of a muchness and a shop that fits you to the bike, builds it properly and looks after you well is more important that the name painted on the side.
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