Posté le: Jeu 7 Déc - 11:41 (2017) Sujet du message: I'd start with a local bike shop ...
Bike shops are probably a bit more expensive than the big retailers, but most of the folks at the big retailers are absolutely clueless about how to assemble, fit and adjust bikes.
Your bike shop can help you make sure the bike is the right size, get it assembled right, and do the adjusting. Most bikes need at least one cable re-adjustment within the first 10-20 hours of riding because cables stretch. If you buy the bike from them they will probably do the adjustments for free for at least a few months.
Many bike shops also have great bargains on used bikes. You may not get the free service on a used bike, but used bikes need less adjusting if they are set up right to begin with.
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