If you’re shopping for a new bike and looking for the lowest prices, now is the time. Prime Day might be over but these Prime Day bike deals may be the best bargains you’ll find this year on cycling gear. Since its origin in 2015, Prime Day has been different each year, but the delay from the usual summer event means you’ll see the greatest Prime Day Deals ever. What better way to head into fall than with a new bike and some sweet accessories? The deals are going fast so grab them before they are gone. Below are the best bike deals you can still grab after Prime Day.
Today’s best Prime Day deals
- — $65, was $80
- — $105, was $116
- — $119, was $132
- — $148, was $193
- — $149, was $157
- — $308, was $328
- — $319, was $350
- — $400 with coupon, was $430
How To Choose A New Bike
Your highest chance of getting the bike you want at the best possible price is planning and research your requirements ahead of time. You can find new bicycles for sale in a bewildering array of types and at prices ranging from under $100 to far north of $10,000. The following are the major considerations to nail down in your search for the perfect bike for your needs.
Type of Bike
Think about the primary reasons you want and will use a bike. Even if you may think about a rare road trip or off-road excursion, if the majority of your riding will consist of casual trips and errands around town, there’s no need to spend big bucks. The factors that allow a bike to excel at one type of riding might work against the bike for other rides. For example, a sturdy mountain bike with full suspension could be too cumbersome for cruising around town or for commuting. There are bikes, therefore, that are best for mountain trails, for road racing, traveling paths and roadways, strictly for fitness riding, and for touring with heavy bags of sufficient strength and capacity to hold what you need for a two-week solo camping trip.
Cost And Performance
Bicycle cost and performance are often considered together because if you want the greatest performance, whether that means speed, trail-worthiness, or cargo capacity, you’ll pay more for it. Especially if you’re buying your first bike to use for a particular type of riding, don’t assume you’ll need the ultimate in performance and make the mistakes of either paying way too much for performance levels you won’t need or turning away because you assume you can’t afford to buy that kind of bike.
After you’ve determined the type of bike you want plus the performance level and cost that fit both your personal needs and your budget, then you’ll want to be sure you buy a bike that fits. Unlike pants that can be re-hemmed, bike frame and tire sizes are fixed. Size parameters vary depending on the type of bike, but check out manufacturer’s sites for the bike styles that interest you and looking for sizing guides to be sure you buy a bike that fits,
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