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Dicks Sporting Goods Diamondback Bikes on sale from $143.99 (price discounts in cart). Shipping is $20 - $15 Oversize Shipping Discount = $5. Thanks daisybeetle

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For road cycling, you would probably fit a 58-60cm frame size. Depends on leg length vs. torso and arm length in getting the right fit. If you wear 34" inseam pants, probably the 60cm frame. Mountain bike sizing is often done in inches in the USA, so figure 20" frame there.

For the other poster about the Nishiki bike, that's barely any better than a Walmart/Target special. Skip it. The lower-line Diamondback bikes are a fair compromise these days between high-end brands and quality, where at least you get quality components and decent design for good prices without spending 2x-5x $.
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Bad tip. There's nothing worse than a buyer who comes to buy and then starts haggling over the price - worst type of buyers.
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You can, but they will be heavier, break easier and probably be a hassle when you want to go out and ride. Might as well spend a few more bucks and get something that shouldn't break and will definitely work when you eventually decide to ride.
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Looking for a nice casual bike that I can occasionally ride and have a small portable seat for my 4 year old son to ride with me. Is there such bike? I have seen some men ride nice bike and they have their child in front or bike
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What is the ideal size for 6'3" male rider for road biking?
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What is a good cheap air pump for someone who doesn't own one?
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Good deal, too bad the GT's dont go back on sale, amazing bikes
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Do u own any lithium power drills? Some brands make an air compressor tool you can use your cordless batteries with. Those rock
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BV Bicycle Ergonomic Bike Floor Pump with Gauge & Smart Valve Head, 160 psi, Automatically Reversible Presta and Schrader https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0085OU...sJ1lx7vTiU
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Nice timing. Hope amazon match this, has 20%to use
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I picked this up a couple months ago, no complaints.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00F2DG3VU/
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https://www.dickssportinggoods.co...pbl14xxrmb

So this one is $159 w/ coupon. Is it a decent bike?

I'm 6'3, 275lbs looking for something to just ride around the neighborhood with my wife.
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What is the ideal size for 6'3" male rider for road biking?
They have stickers on their bikes that tell you what height you should be for that bike.
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What is the ideal size for 6'3" male rider for road biking?
For road cycling, you would probably fit a 58-60cm frame size. Depends on leg length vs. torso and arm length in getting the right fit. If you wear 34" inseam pants, probably the 60cm frame. Mountain bike sizing is often done in inches in the USA, so figure 20" frame there.

For the other poster about the Nishiki bike, that's barely any better than a Walmart/Target special. Skip it. The lower-line Diamondback bikes are a fair compromise these days between high-end brands and quality, where at least you get quality components and decent design for good prices without spending 2x-5x $.
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Is this really even a deal if your not really a hardcore rider or just want to occasionally ride?

Can't you get a bike at Walmart for $100 that would work as well?
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