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Buying Online

Top Tips

• Never, ever bid more than you want to pay. If you see a bike advertised be strict and always set yourself an upper limit

• Try to resist bidding too early. If it’s got a week to go, wait until the last day, ideally until the last few minutes as that’s when all the action happens

• Sticking bikes on your watch list also allows you to see what they are selling for. Do your homework beforehand

• Avoid a bidding war. It’s amazing how quickly you can bid well over your limit. If you don’t win the auction

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