Good advice as I have met a few peole in my time that clearly had brought the wrong bike.Indeed and I was recently told by a bike shop owner that it need not happen now, when I brought one of mine I had to alter the bars as they were too narrow, fit a different length stem and if I am honest I would of preferred the fork stem to have been higher. The dealer told me that you can now specify all those when your buying a new one.For the record he was an Orbea dealer.the delgados said:Here's a quick word of advice:
Don't ask for it after you've made your decision.
I drive my friend crazy by constantly asking her if what I said makes any sense after hitting send. She's like, "Why did you ask if you've already hit the friggin send button. You're just wasting time."
I have come to realize she has a very good point.
As for the bike you chose to buy, I have never heard of it. All I can say is get the most out of it you can. If you're a total newbie, don't start out riding in the big ring.
Ride a small gear where you can maintain a high cadence for the first thousand km's or so. Then go bigger by introducing intervals, etc.
All of this should be easy to find online.
Good luck and ride safe.