A mountain bike isn’t going to fit on the train with you in your daily commute, the same way a road bike isn’t going to take you very far off-road.
Written by John Best
When it comes to choosing a type of bike, it may seem as though choosing is as simple as heading down to a store or picking the one with the best color.
But, in reality, choosing a bicycle comes down to what you intend on using it for and where you plan to do it.
A mountain bike isn’t going to fit on the train with you in your daily commute, the same way a road bike isn’t going to take you very far off-road. Throughout this article, I will cover a range of types of bicycles and help you to decide which is the best fit for you. But, bear in mind that within each “genre” of a bike are many variations, some falling on different ends of the spectrum.
Use this guide as a starting point from which to base your purchases.
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