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I need a bike!

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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
OH starts his new job on monday and we've decided it makes more sense for him buy a bike than spending £4.80 a day on bus pass!
where can i find a good bike to buy before monday? budget no more than £120 preferably. thank you :)
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
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#1
AF will be on later!:w00t:
#2
GAVINLEWISHUKD
AF will be on later!:w00t:


not the human sort :giggle:

AF is a lovely girl btw :x:-D
banned#3
plenty on here



ooops i obviously thought the same as gavin
banned#4
If it's for work, I'll strongly recommend THIS

Might not be able to do something for Monday though.
#5
TBH a bike is an investment in yourself so I would spend more. But if that is your budget then have a look at this.
#7
JonnyTwoToes
If it's for work, I'll strongly recommend THIS

Might not be able to do something for Monday though.

i dont really understand that site, i dont see any bikes for sale?

GAVINLEWISHUKD
TBH a bike is an investment in yourself so I would spend more. But if that is your budget then have a look at this.


that looks ok i think the bike is not for me, i cant ride a bike (yet) and dont know much about bikes, the bike is for OH and he said something about dual suspension is that the same as front suspension?
we cant afford anymore than that atm, only can push to like £150 really
#8


looks nice n cheap :) does it have duel suspension? thanks will rep all
banned#9
ilovelilac
i dont really understand that site, i dont see any bikes for sale?


It's an incentive scheme to get people cycling to work. You need to click on 'PARTNER SHOPS' at the top, find one near you, and then you can get up to 50% off.

Interest free payments over 12 months also. Good deal.
#10
They had a good cheap one in TESCO, only front suspension though. My hubby wouldn't have one with dual suspension, doesn't like it. Dual is where there's springyness under the seat and the handlebars. Front is just the handlebars. My husband reckons you lose too much speed with the dual suspension. How true that is I don't know!
#11
wouldn't he turn up to work really sweaty? :?
#12
JonnyTwoToes
It's an incentive scheme to get people cycling to work. You need to click on 'participating stores/retailers', find one near you, and then you can get up to 50% off.

Good deal.


sounds good but im reading that employers have to be registered with bike to work scheme......
#13
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_SsXlvW4QWR8/S7GrFNGd0hI/AAAAAAAAABU/OhB5qW8yO4g/s1600/Man+Riding+Bike.jpg
#14
transit
http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_SsXlvW4QWR8/S7GrFNGd0hI/AAAAAAAAABU/OhB5qW8yO4g/s1600/Man+Riding+Bike.jpg


LOLZ that just had me in stitches!! :w00t: :giggle:
#15
ilovelilac


that looks ok i think the bike is not for me, i cant ride a bike (yet) and dont know much about bikes, the bike is for OH and he said something about dual suspension is that the same as front suspension?
we cant afford anymore than that atm, only can push to like £150 really


No dual suspension bikes are for riding down mountains not for the streets of Sheffield. At this price range don't worry about how many gears it has or the like, lighter the better as that is whats important as that is what you have to pedal about. You may want to replace the tyres with some thinner ones to reduce resistance.
#16
Here's the tesco one. We nearly bought it for hubby, as a new wheel for his was more than £50 - but then he found one in a skip... :whistling:

This one's even cheaper... clubcard points too...
#17
Penny Saver
They had a good cheap one in TESCO, only front suspension though. My hubby wouldn't have one with dual suspension, doesn't like it. Dual is where there's springyness under the seat and the handlebars. Front is just the handlebars. My husband reckons you lose too much speed with the dual suspension. How true that is I don't know!


thanks, dunno why he wants dual suspension he said something about bumpy roads :?

missp27
wouldn't he turn up to work really sweaty?


will let you know when he uses the bike :thumbsup:

GAVINLEWISHUKD
No dual suspension bikes are for riding down mountains not for the streets of Sheffield. At this price range don't worry about how many gears it has or the like, lighter the better as that is whats important as that is what you have to pedal about. You may want to replace the tyres with some thinner ones to reduce resistance.


like i said said i know nothing bout bikes lol, i'm gonna go with the one you recommended as it as better reviews than the others and the female version has good reviews too, we'll bother about changing the tyres later lol the distance wont be so long cos when he went for his interview the whole journey took about 30 mins including walking and bus ride but the walking distance according to google is 1hr 17 mins :?...how did you know i was in sheffield :whistling:

now to search the web for discount vouchers :-D
#18
have you got a big Asda or Tesco nearby - they often have good deals on bikes
#19
transit well spotted pic - have some rep!
#21


thanks everyone :)

i showed OH all the options and we decided to get the halford one, cos he likes the specs and we can pick it up tomorrow! hes been to the store today and paid and they're gonna build it for collection tomorrow :)
#22
Penny Saver
They had a good cheap one in TESCO, only front suspension though. My hubby wouldn't have one with dual suspension, doesn't like it. Dual is where there's springyness under the seat and the handlebars. Front is just the handlebars. My husband reckons you lose too much speed with the dual suspension. How true that is I don't know!


Your husband is right. TBH you dont really need any suspension to ride to work, all it does is;

1) cost more
2) weigh more
3) spring around and takes the power out of your pedals
4) cost more to fix

get a cheapy raleigh from halfords, but get someone with an idea about bikes to check it over once you've bought it. I used to work in a bike shop and we used to get loads of people who'd bough a bike from there and it wasn't very well built. Good luck!

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