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Q: how much does it cost for a bicycle on average in north china

8 years 8 weeks ago in  Sports - Yinchuan

 
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If you just buy one for city hanging out, you can get a new one for about 300-500 RMB.

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it is depend on what kind of bicycle you want to buy, the cheap one from 200 to 300 rmb, the middle thing from 400-800 rmb and the expensive over 1000 rmb.

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A good mountain bike like most young people (not serious cyclists) have back in the states will run you about 500rmb here.

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499RMB plus pump plus lock and plus lights. All up 600 RMB. Perfect bike for Whatever you want to do outside of competitive cycling.
Go get it......after winter.
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my friend bought a nice one for 450rmb in wall-mart. make sure u keep it locked up. almost all my foreign friendshave a story about how they lost their bicycle.

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was thinking of taking a d lock with me and locking it to something if out

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Where in the North are you?  Northeast (Dong Bei?)  Inner Mongolia? 

As the previous posters have said, a reasonably good bicycle will run you about RMB 300 - 600.  I am a cycling fan and a cyclist up north here, and if I can be of assistance, let me know.

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