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As the title suggests am looking for a mountain bike. Must have disc brakes and good spec. Only used really for riding to work. Could possibly stretch to £450. Thank you. Read More
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
As the title suggests am looking for a mountain bike. Must have disc brakes and good spec. Only used really for riding to work. Could possibly stretch to £450.
Thank you.
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
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#1
£50 on collection I got one just probably basic quite new paid £100 for it.
#2
Thank you but am after something with quite good specifications.
#3
I have an as new specialized hardrock pro in grey. It is about 1 year old and hardly used. It has mechanical disc brakes (front & back) Cost £600. It is a 17" frame so good up to 6 foot
#4
do you work at the top of a mountain??


seems like a lot to spend simply for getting to work, and a mountain bike would seem to be completely the wrong type of bike
#5
toolongawake
do you work at the top of a mountain??


seems like a lot to spend simply for getting to work, and a mountain bike would seem to be completely the wrong type of bike


Buy a good bike & it will last you years whereas a chap tatty bike will fall to bits.
Ive got a Marin pine mountain & the thing is solid as a rock, in my experience its better to pay for a bit of quality as it will also save you money in the long run.

Wiggle.co.uk have a sale on at the moment maybe worth a browse :thumbsup:
#6
Cannondale F5 disc 2008 for £449.99 here http://www.evanscycles.com/products/cannondale/f5-disc-2008-mountain-bike-ec000096
Available in large, medium or small in blue or small only in jet black
If you don't normally do this I'd have to advise changing the tyres to road tyres, you'll either go much faster or arrive less tired (or both).
Frame: Cannondale CO2 Disc frame design
Forks: RockShox Dart 2 Turnkey Lock-Out 100mm
Gears: Shimano Deore front derailleur and Shimano LX SGS rear derailleur
Shifters: Shimano Deore Rapidfire plus
Chainset: Shimano FC-M442 with 22/32/44 tooth chainrings
Brakes: Shimano M485 with 160mm rotors
Wheels: WTB Speed Disc 32 hole rims built on Shimano RM65 hubs
Tyres: CST Comp Caballero 26x 2.0
Handlebars: Cannondale C3 20mm rise
Stem: Cannondale XC3 Headshok 31.8mm
Saddle: Cannondale All Terrain
Seatpost: Cannondale C4 31.6 x 350mm
Pedals/Extras: Cannondale V-tech grips

http://www.evanscycles.com/product_image/image/5a7/110/092/23138/product_page/cannondale-f5-disc-2008-mountain-bike.jpg?1227107278
#7
Also take a look on the same site for hybrid bikes in the sale section as these come with the MB frame and standard of equipment but with larger wheels and either road or combi tyres.
#8
Ive got a specialized FSR comp XC 2007 well specced for £600 or £650 with avid 7's instead of avid 3,s

Specialized FSR comp 2007
Rock shox reba SL air forks
Hope headset
Itm stem
Specialized lock grips
avid juicy 3 brakes
alex rims
Thompson seat post
specialized seat
Shimano xt crank
xt front and xtr rear mech
hope seat clamp

can add avid 7's for more money

pictures taken this morning after a ride 28/2/09

Forks fitted, brakes now bleed and new pads and new rear tyre and tube, went out this morning and the suspension is superb, it just sucks everything up.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v490/fozzy17/IMG_1098Large.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v490/fozzy17/IMG_1099Large.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v490/fozzy17/IMG_1100Large.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v490/fozzy17/IMG_1101Large.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v490/fozzy17/IMG_1102Large.jpg
#9
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v490/fozzy17/IMG_1103Large.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v490/fozzy17/IMG_1104Large.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v490/fozzy17/IMG_1105Large.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v490/fozzy17/IMG_1106Large.jpg
#10
Ive just spent all afternoon cleaning it since these pictures were taken.
#11
I've just bought a Pinnacle Peak 1.0 from Evans Cycles for £249.99. It has a very good spec and is well made, has some good components and is very light. I've got the medium size frame (18") and the weight is 12kg.

http://www.evanscycles.com/product_image/image/c56/e5e/8ac/23992/product_page/pinnacle-peak-10-mountain-bike.jpg?1227109602
#12
try westendcycles. They have some cracking deals on at the moment. A 2008 specialized fsr xc comp with full lockout on ther rear suspension for £750 I think. Other hardrocks for £300 delivered. I use them for bike stuff regularly
#13
ADZ1478
try westendcycles. They have some cracking deals on at the moment. A 2008 specialized fsr xc comp with full lockout on ther rear suspension for £750 I think. Other hardrocks for £300 delivered. I use them for bike stuff regularly


yes if your a midget only in small size
#14
Specialized Stumpjumper FSR Comp Ref: 195
* Frame FSR M5 alloy
* Shock rear Fox Custom Triad 3 position Fly switch , Lock out / pro pedal
* Fork Fox Float 120 RL 120 mm travel lock out + alloy steerer
* Brakes Avid Custom Elixir 203/ 185 rotors
* Gears Shimano SLX front/ rear Sram X9
* Wheels Custom DT swiss Specialized Hub front/ Shimano rear




Price: £1,599.99

for a medium or large
#15
i'm selling one if intrested £400 -cost £800 new
http://www.moredirt.co.uk/ratebike.php?id=5163
#16
JACKIT99
i'm selling one if intrested £400 -cost £800 new
http://www.moredirt.co.uk/ratebike.php?id=5163


also £150 of upgrades i forgot to mention if intrested
#17
Ok Lads

I'm also after a bike, going to complete the C2C soon. So looking for a bike to do some off road and some road.

I think i may need hybrid tires

Would be looking to spend about £400 £450

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