Biking not only keeps you fit, it can also make make you rich -- well, kind of.
Peddling just four miles a day can burn 19 pounds of calories a year and save over $800 in gas, according to Bicycling magazine. But how do you choose the right wheels?
Loren Mooney, editor in chief of Bicycling magazine, appeared Wednesday on The Early Show to talk about what you should look for in a great new bike. If you’re a commuter, Mooney recommends going with $365 Jamis Commuter 1.0 with a suspension saddle, wide tires for stability and adjustable handlebars for a proper fit.
Another great compliment for Jamis Bikes! Way to go!
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