Suggestions Box!

    The reason I do this blog is for the cycling community. I want to add in any way I can to a cyclist learning and growing experience. I would like for my blog to help a beginner cyclist all the way to an elite cyclist. Since my cause is for everybody else I think it would be a great idea you the readers and followers of my site to tell me what to write about. I want you to suggest writing topics you want to hear from me. Maybe you just want my opinions or maybe you can’t find a reliable source of information anywhere else. If you have any suggestions you want to go ahead and comment and let me know what you would like to hear about. In addition to giving me topics if you have a post you would like to share just go ahead! If you would like to have a post on my blog just get in contact with me and we will work something out. I hope to hear from everybody soon; I really think this could be a lot of fun for everybody! Last but not least if there is something you thing my blog could use to help it grow or if you would like to add constructive criticism go right ahead.


15 responses to “Suggestions Box!

  1. In your opinion, what is the best “dual sport” bike under $250? I want to ride mostly pavement for exercise but still have something beefy enough for dirt.Thanks!

  2. I’ve got another one for you:

    I’m contemplating training for a triathlon. I currently have a pretty heavy mountain bike.
    Would I be better off buying a whole new street/racing bike or just getting new tires?
    If I should look into a new bike… what should I be looking at?


      • Maybe 300? if it was good. I don’t have a car so my mountain bike is used for commuting. If I could find a new road bike that was substantially better for racing AND commuting, I’d be okay with 300/350 I think.

        • Well I have to say that at that price you would need to just go to your local bike shop and see what deals they have. You would need to buy a good quality used bike because there are very few road bikes for that price new. As far as if it is worth it to get a new road bike I will say without a doubt it is the best thing you will do for your triathlon. Even if you have the lowest end road bike it will be better than a mountain bike with road tires. If you can only afford new tires though, they will definitely help your ride too.

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  6. Hey! Which Bike did your lady choose? I am thinking of getting the Raleigh and I am intermediate beginner. Meaning I’ve road a bunch but still learning and had my gary fisher marlin stolen so anything really would be an upgrade with disc brakes.

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