Say I have three options of doing something:

A= buy a bicycle (自転車を買う)

B= buy a High speed car (高速な車を買う)

C= buy a motorcycle(オートバイを買う)

How can I say: I could consider A to B passing through C. Something like "I could consider my options from buying a bicycle to buy a high speed car including also buying a motorcycle"

so going from one extreme to the other passing through a middle option

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    Uh, I’m having trouble understanding the English... Dec 9, 2019 at 2:17
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    @DariusJahandarie I think this is the sentence the OP is looking to translate: "My options (in order of price) go from buying a bicycle, through buying a motorbike (all the way up to) buying a high speed car". Dec 9, 2019 at 8:36


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