Bianchi Kuma 4600/5300, Bianchi Camaleonte Cross or Cube AIM

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  1. Kupepe

    Kupepe New Member

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    Good evening and thank you in advance for replies. I am interested in buying a bike to start cycling again. My aim is to start doing distances on road by the shore line in the city I live and possibly at winter to do some off-road cycling when stamina is up. Main use is gonna be workouts in the city. I am 1.92 cm and the height of my crouch is 33.9” . Due to style and after some research my attention is caught by these bikes
    Bianchi Kuma 4600

    http://www.bianchi.com/global/Bikes/Bikes_Detail.aspx?ProductIDMaster=48456

    Bianchi Kuma 5300

    http://www.bianchi.com/global/Bikes/Bikes_Detail.aspx?ProductIDMaster=48453

    Bianchi Camaleonte Cross

    http://www.bianchi.com/global/Bikes/Bikes_Detail.aspx?ProductIDMaster=48468

    Cube AIM

    http://www.cube.eu/en/hardtail/comp-series/aim-white-black-blue/

    My price range is going to be around 750-850 usd .

    Should I be concerned with the camaleonte weight? It’s almost a kilo heavier and that is without having to use discs as breaks in the future. I like the fact that it does not have the huge tyres of mtbs and that will allow better cycling in town while it has a front suspension.

    Any suggestion?
     
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  2. kdelong

    kdelong Well-Known Member

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    First off, I think that you should go to your local bike shop and tell them what kind of cycling you want to do. They will set you up with a properly fitted bicycle to test ride. Your budget will get you a nice bike for workouts and they will be able to set you up with a bike that will suit your purposes.
     
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