The answer will depend upon what you are using those Internet links for, and a little more information about your topology is required...
You mention that you have 2 sites, with 1 Internet connection. Do you mean that there is one internet connection at EACH site?
How are the sites linked together (if at all)? Does one site have an internet connection and the other site is linked directly?
Where will this second Internet connection go? Or will this be a second internet connection into both sites?
Can you provide a simple diagram?
If you are using the connections just for users to connect out to the internet for browsing etc and you use Private (RFC1918) addressing internally, You can simply have multiple default-routes out of your network, advertised in using whichever routing protocol you use (OSPF, EIGRP, RIP etc)
Outbound traffic can be sent either to the 'nearest' gateway or to a predefined Primary with secondary failover.
Traffic will be NATed as is goes through your gateways to the Internet IP addresses for that link, meaning that return traffic will come back the same way.
This is just one option of MANY, and makes some assumptions which may not be correct.
Please provide some additional info, and someone will be able to provide a better response.
By the way, in terms of chosing the correct router, we have about 50-75 people in the site do you think that a C1800 can handle the load? 800 will be low end right? which router will be handle the load?
When you did the test did shut down the bgp peer or the interface ? If yes this will be quick but if the link is up but the other end bgp is not up then bgp timers will use the hold time timer which is by default about 3 minutes
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