26" Gents Fusion Rigid Bike Just £53.99 collect in store or add £4.95 for home delivery - HotUKDeals
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Hop on this Gents 26" Rigid Universal Fusion Bike, featuring a 20" oversizedframe, alloy rims and much more. For inside leg 29" - 35".

Suitable for ages 14+.

Features

# ATB Frame
# 26" Alloy rims
# 18 Speed gears with Twistshift
# V-type brakes
# Schrader valves
# Sloping top tube
# Semi-raised handlebars
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[mod]#1
Also available is this
[SIZE=2]26" Mens RX Pro Dual Suspension Magna Bike for £79.99 collect in store.[/SIZE]

http://www.woolworths.co.uk/product_images/12/80/86/12808612.jpgGo to deal

Ladies bikes also available :p
[mod]#2
[SIZE=3]26" Mens Mantis Dual Suspension Bike now just £69.99 collect in store[/SIZE]

Go to deal

http://www.woolworths.co.uk/product_images/12/64/37/12643773.jpg
#3
Do Woolworth bikes come near fully assembled or do they need to be bulit from scratch?
#4
don't forget Quidco, I think its 5% from woolies
#5
berserk
Do Woolworth bikes come near fully assembled or do they need to be bulit from scratch?


Welcome to HUKD :thumbsup:
Most Bikes require some assembly such as the Pedals and maybe the seat and Handlebars. Should be very simple to do.
#6
dinosteveus
Welcome to HUKD :thumbsup:
Most Bikes require some assembly such as the Pedals and maybe the seat and Handlebars. Should be very simple to do.


The amount of required assembly can vary a lot thought that’s the trouble, some might just need what you just said or required to be built from scratch.

Most likely as it woolsworth it require only a small set up but has anyone brought a bike from woolworths so i can be full sure how much assembly is required?
#7
I bought the top bike. You have to:

1. Attach the front wheel (2 bolts)
2. Connect the front brakes up. (1 bolt)
3. Screw pedals into pedal arms
4. Put handle bars in (1 bolt tightened using allen key)
5. Attach saddle (tighten 2 bolts using allen key)

Thats it. All easy enough stuff and comes with instructions.

Sin
#8
Thanks for the pointers Mike ;-)

Welcome to HotUKDeals berserk and Thanks for the info Sin-of-nature :)
#9
"Suitable for ages 14+"
If you also happen to be over 6 foot tall! 20" frame is pretty massive.

Seriously dubious quality for a £53.99 bike but ok for city commuting if you're worried about it being nicked, I suppose.
#10
Thanks for the info Sin_of_nature, putting my mind at rest.

Next problem which of the dual Suspension bikes to buy (a tad dubious about quality of the £53.99 bike), I think go for the blue one as the other was seemed a bit too cheap before discount of £139.99 compared with the just acceptable in terms quality of price of the £199.99 of the blue bike.
[mod]#11
Yep I went for the £199 one too, dispatched already (same day) so may be here soon.
[mod]#12
Thanks Mike, great deals especially for anyone wanting to get fit and healthy as part of their N Y resolution! :thumbsup:
#13
Problem with cheap bikes is they cut corner and come with poor brakes or really heavy frame. How do these compare?
#14
Sin_of_nature
I bought the top bike. You have to:

1. Attach the front wheel (2 bolts)
2. Connect the front brakes up. (1 bolt)
3. Screw pedals into pedal arms
4. Put handle bars in (1 bolt tightened using allen key)
5. Attach saddle (tighten 2 bolts using allen key)

Thats it. All easy enough stuff and comes with instructions.

Sin


pmsl, we bought our 4 yr old a bike from woolies & after 2 hrs trying to put together, DP snapped front brake bolt! so he woke up on xmas morning to a bike santa must have broke accidentally!
[mod]#15
My Magna turned up today and just as Sin_of_nature says, thats all the assembly you have to do.
Its just about small enough for me (short legs) with the seat fully down, the only thing is that it does have quite a heavy frame, good job too for me as although I'm short I'm no lightweight!
Overall I am pleased with it for the money, I just hope that my weight will come down taking the kids out for bike rides in the better weather.
#16
Got my bike today and choose the blue bike as did mike t. The first thing i noticed was it was damn heavy, so unless it only short distance from the store to the car or you got a friend to help carry it, go for home delivery.

It looks well put together and because of the weight the frame seem to be very durable. Unless you willing to spend 2.5-3 times this amount for a brand new bike, you will hard pressured to find better bike.

All i need to do is now is learn how to ride the thing :)

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