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Most bike shops usually specialize in a few brands, just like car dealerships, so they might not have equal expertise in all bikes. When you were a kid, you bought a $52 bike at Sears and loved the thing. So why shell out 500 clams on a bike now? Because a $200 department store bike will give a lousy ride, and you'll quickly outgrow it. If you'll be riding more than a couple of times a month, spend at least $400 on a bike. Here are some cash saving tips. Ask for a lower price. Price is negotiable on just about everything at a bike shop, says Stephan Kincaid, a former professional cyclist. Bikes have razor thin markups, so you'll have better luck negotiating on accessories and clothing. Build a relationship. Visit frequently and become friendly with the people in the shop. Customer loyalty often leads to discounts, says Kincaid. Buy in the off season. The best prices are in fall and winter. In spring, everyone wants to ride. Head to cycling flea markets and gear swaps. Haggling is the norm. "You can find some insane deals at VeloSwap," says Kincaid. Look for deals online. Just be warned: You'll upset your local shop if you try something out in the store, buy it online and show up later asking for service. Also, be cautious of clever marketing: Some online retailers will tout a bike as having high end components when, in fact, only a few parts are of high quality. Always ask for a detailed component list before buying. Expect questions. "If your salesperson is not asking you questions, that's a red flag," says Criss. The staffer should ask you about your average weekly riding time, anticipated routes and riding surfaces, previous cycling experience and of course your budget. Be clear about your main need. "Are you going to commute to and from work, or will this be a weekend family bike? If it's for a commute, you're probably going to want a better quality bike," says Pluth. And speak up if you expect to have changing needs in the future (will you be attaching a child bike seat soon?). Mention your weight loss goals especially if you're losing a significant amount of weight. This will help make sure the bike you buy now will still be right for you in a year or two. "Some customers will say, 'I'm overweight now, but I'm going to be fit, so I don't want to buy a slow bike. I want to buy a bike I can grow into,'" explains Pluth. Often, adjustments will do the trick. Adjusting the handlebar position, for example, can give a more aggressive riding position as you become a fitter cyclist. Consider a recreational road bike if you're uncertain about what you need. For most entry level cyclists, this is the best choice, says Pluth. If you'll use the bike to get to work or carry cargo, the right commuting bike can perform that duty while also meeting your fitness needs. Don't get tempted by sex appeal. When you see the sleek curves and streamlined designs of the racing bikes in the shop, the other choices can look downright boring. But while your eyes may love the speed demons, your back and neck will probably appreciate a more upright recreational bike. Tip: Find a good quality recreational bike you like, and then ask the shop staffer if the manufacturer offers a bike that is similar in price, components and weight but has a "more aggressive geometry." You'll often find a recreational bike that has some testosterone but is still comfortable. Take a 15 minute test ride. Get out of the parking lot and try some inclines. "At first, don't even shift. Just see if you're comfortable on the bike in terms of body position," says Pluth. Then see if you like the handling, shifting and the braking. Stockroom bikes often sit idle for months, so tell the staff if the gears don't shift perfectly. Perfect the fit. The bike mechanic will adjust the seat, handlebars and other areas of the bike to fit you. For most people, these fitting guidelines work well: While standing, straddle the bike's top tube. There should be about 1 to 2 inches of clearance between your crotch and the top tube. At the bottom of the pedal stroke, your leg should be bent at about a 30 degree angle for maximum comfort and efficiency. In the riding position, while gripping the handlebars, your arms should be slightly bent like you're giving someone a handshake. Buy bicycling shorts. Your behind will thank you. "The soft tissue on your backside is going to be rubbing up against a saddle and that will irritate it," says Pluth. If you're carrying a lot of extra body weight, start off with cycling liners (they're like boxer briefs with padding) instead of regular cycling shorts or bib shorts, which slightly restrict movement. Seriously, buy the shorts. Riding will quickly become painful without them. Bashful? Wear running shorts on top. "When I first started with Lycra, I was self conscious about it, so I wore surf shorts on top," Criss says. "Then I'd ride out of town and take the surf shorts off." Once you have your helmet and biking shorts, you're ready. You can pick up more cycling specific clothing over time; general exercise clothing will do until you advance. Eventually you'll want riding gloves, and then a cycling jersey. Choose a jersey with a moisture wicking fabric, a zipper that comes at least halfway down, and back pockets for a cell phone, snacks and other essentials. Finally, look for a lightweight cycling jacket that easily compresses to fit in your pocket. Get into the maintenance habit immediately. "Riders will get a brand new bike and ride the crap out of it, which can destroy a whole drive chain," says Criss. Get a light multitool that fits in your pocket and has hex keys for all the major bolts on your bike. Also, pick up chain lube (about $8), tire levers ($3) and spare tubes ($6 to $9), and ask the shop mechanic to show you how to use them. Check your tires' air pressure at least once a week, and inspect your bike's major components for damage, looseness and wear at least once a month or you risk needing major repairs down the line.

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