Replacing Worn-Out Bike Tires Is Economical
This morning my husband and I went to several bike shops to look for a cheap bicycle to replace the old one he and my son are using. The old bike had worn-out tires. We were told by shop owners that the cheapest one amounts to some $78 while if we buy two tires plus the interiors, it will cost only $14. So the big difference, and big savings for us.
Another thing, the cheap bicycle is made of cast iron, while our old bike's A-frame (main body) was made of alloy, and other parts, stainless steel. We could not sell the old bike at a high price because some traders (buyers) will say it will be hard to resell it.
Having a bicycle is a necessity in our locality because it is far from the main road, so there's no means of transportation or public conveyances that go inside the community. We always have to rely on our own cars or vehicles, or walks some 500 meters to get a public transportation like jeepneys.
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