How to save money on your next bike purchase

Buy a used bike, build your own, or consider last year's model

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Buy an (ex) Pro team bike

Pro teams rarely use a bike for more than one season, so there will be plenty of life left in them if you can get your hands on one.

If you haven’t noticed by now bikes are expensive. A full carbon roadster with a decent drivetrain and wheels can easily set you back $4000 or more. Heck most brands have a least one halo offering that’s in the 10-large range. Lots of people don’t even own a car that’s that expensive. But it doesn’t have to be that way — or at least not that bad. Press play to discover seven tips from the gang at the Global Cycling Network that can help you save some cash on your next bike purchase.

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