26ins mens terrain nevis mountain bike £65 delivered at Tesco Direct - HotUKDeals
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26 inch Mens terrain nevis mountain bike @ Tesco direct £65.00. Free standard delivery.
Included in club card boost.

Product Details
Ideal for enjoying the outdoors whilst keeping fit and healthy, the Terrain Nevis mountain bike comes in striking red and white finish. Capable of riding over a variety of terrains, the Nevis bicycle has 18-speed grip-shift change gears, front suspension to absorb shock and a 18" frame made from steel.

The Terrain Nevis bike includes front and rear V-brakes along with high quality 26" alloy rims with tyres made from butyl, ensuring you receive the stopping power needed on tougher terrains.

The Terrain Nevis mountain bike comes with a 1-year guarantee.

Self-assembly required.

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Key Information
Type Mountain bike
Gender Mens
Colour White/red
Age Range 14 years upwards
Features
Brakes
Gears
Wheels
Material
Dimensions

** Repost ** http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/terrain-matterhorn-26-unisex-dual-suspension-mountain-bike-67-50-free-standard-delivery-2088929
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5 Likes #1
Cold its not made of liquid helium, and i am far too self important to ride anything that costs less than a decent car.
#3
In b4 bso
#4
Is this a mountain bike.. Lol
1 Like #5
I like 'nice' bikes and would always advocate getting something decent that will last BUT what I want to know is if they can make a profit on a full bike selling at less than what I pay for a pair of tyres how come the decent stuff costs so much?
1 Like #6
This bike is great for a kid to and from school or someone wanting to commute and keep fit. Its not ideal for road racing or for chogging up the side of a steep muddy hill all day, but then again its not sold as a premium road racer or light weight mountain bike for pro use is it. (_;)
I personally ride a road bike some mornings and the weekends and also can not buy 2 tyres for the price of this, but I still bought one for my 12 year old son who will love it as a replacement to his 4 year old one that's done hundred and hundreds of miles and only cost around this price also and has been dropped umpteen times. Yes it weighs in at 20KG+, but to get from a > b or keep fit, who needs a carbon bike costing at £1000 ++++ and yes I know you can get them cheaper, lol :)
Great find OP
It is what it is and doesn't pretend to be something it isn't, its still a good deal, find one cheaper?
And yes I used club card points doubled up, so cost me nothing £0 as it come from fuel which my company paid for, lol :)

Edited By: stevehukd on Dec 19, 2014 06:40
1 Like #7
stevehukd
This bike is great for a kid to and from school or someone wanting to commute and keep fit. Its not ideal for road racing or for chogging up the side of a steep muddy hill all day, but then again its not sold as a premium road racer or light weight mountain bike for pro use is it. (_;)
I personally ride a road bike some mornings and the weekends and also can not buy 2 tyres for the price of this, but I still bought one for my 12 year old son who will love it as a replacement to his 4 year old one that's done hundred and hundreds of miles and only cost around this price also and has been dropped umpteen times. Yes it weighs in at 20KG+, but to get from a > b or keep fit, who needs a carbon bike costing at £1000 ++++ and yes I know you can get them cheaper, lol :)
Great find OP
It is what it is and doesn't pretend to be something it isn't, its still a good deal, find one cheaper?
And yes I used club card points doubled up, so cost me nothing £0 as it come from fuel which my company paid for, lol :)

The reality is it's not great for anyone.

It will start falling apart after a couple of hours of riding. The grip shift gears will fall out of index and be too complex for a beginner to fix. The wheels will soon pop out of true rendering the already failing brakes more ineffective. I could go on....

All this sort of bike will do is put a prospective cyclist off cycling. That is why people who want more people to take up cycling post the truth about this sort of deal.

And it is perfectly possible to get a decent rigid bike for £200 new. Start with Decathlon.
1 Like #8
As a childs xmas present i thought it was great. Second hand bikes go for more than this. There are such things as a good bargain believe it or not. Yes its a mountain bike :-)
#9
Landfill.
#10
Fab buy if you just want something to ride around with the kids. Heat from me x
#11
Cheers to op
some of the comments on here make me chuckle.it's only £65? If it falls apart within 12 months.your covered.just send it back to Tesco.and you've had upto 12 months free cycling!
Excellent present especially in today's continuing recession climate!
#12
jools2001
Cheers to op
some of the comments on here make me chuckle.it's only £65? If it falls apart within 12 months.your covered.just send it back to Tesco.and you've had upto 12 months free cycling!
Excellent present especially in today's continuing recession climate!

And the NHS will pay to patch up the damage to the rider when it does fall apart.....
#13
Headline is 26" bike but details state 24" rims - big difference!

The reality is that if you want a cheap bike you need to spend around £100 for something very basic (certainly no suspension). This one will result in tears one way or another - honestly!

Actually this one from the hated Halfords at £99 might be worth a look - alloy frame and somewhere to take it back to for warranty repairs or refund (would still be better without the suspension though):

http://www.halfords.com/cycling/bikes/mountain-bikes/indi-asriel-mens-teens-mountain-bike-17-white

Edited By: Besford on Dec 19, 2014 10:34: added
#14
davester2k
jools2001
Cheers to op
some of the comments on here make me chuckle.it's only £65? If it falls apart within 12 months.your covered.just send it back to Tesco.and you've had upto 12 months free cycling!
Excellent present especially in today's continuing recession climate!

And the NHS will pay to patch up the damage to the rider when it does fall apart.....

All good for the economy,and if they were really that bad as you state,
they would be withdrawn by the taxpaying Trading Standards Department!
#15
jools2001
Cheers to op
some of the comments on here make me chuckle.it's only £65? If it falls apart within 12 months.your covered.just send it back to Tesco.and you've had upto 12 months free cycling!
Excellent present especially in today's continuing recession climate!


Not a chance you'll get a penny back unless the frame snaps. Even then there will be a get out clause.

Dunno why these keep getting posted, there is no deal here. It's a crappy cheap bike at the same price they always sell for.
#16
pcnur3e1
As a childs xmas present i thought it was great. Second hand bikes go for more than this. There are such things as a good bargain believe it or not. Yes its a mountain bike :-)


In the same way a second hand Luxury car can cost more than a new Ford Fiesta. New isn't better, it's cheap but it's not good value.
#17
johnnystorm
jools2001
Cheers to op
some of the comments on here make me chuckle.it's only £65? If it falls apart within 12 months.your covered.just send it back to Tesco.and you've had upto 12 months free cycling!
Excellent present especially in today's continuing recession climate!

Not a chance you'll get a penny back unless the frame snaps. Even then there will be a get out clause.

Dunno why these keep getting posted, there is no deal here. It's a crappy cheap bike at the same price they always sell for.

Think you will find Tesco customer service, is even better than Amazon now,

Well worth a punt of £65 , but hey,upto you if you don't wanna risk it!
#18
davester2k
stevehukd
This bike is great for a kid to and from school or someone wanting to commute and keep fit. Its not ideal for road racing or for chogging up the side of a steep muddy hill all day, but then again its not sold as a premium road racer or light weight mountain bike for pro use is it. (_;)
I personally ride a road bike some mornings and the weekends and also can not buy 2 tyres for the price of this, but I still bought one for my 12 year old son who will love it as a replacement to his 4 year old one that's done hundred and hundreds of miles and only cost around this price also and has been dropped umpteen times. Yes it weighs in at 20KG+, but to get from a > b or keep fit, who needs a carbon bike costing at £1000 ++++ and yes I know you can get them cheaper, lol :)
Great find OP
It is what it is and doesn't pretend to be something it isn't, its still a good deal, find one cheaper?
And yes I used club card points doubled up, so cost me nothing £0 as it come from fuel which my company paid for, lol :)

The reality is it's not great for anyone.

It will start falling apart after a couple of hours of riding. The grip shift gears will fall out of index and be too complex for a beginner to fix. The wheels will soon pop out of true rendering the already failing brakes more ineffective. I could go on....

All this sort of bike will do is put a prospective cyclist off cycling. That is why people who want more people to take up cycling post the truth about this sort of deal.

And it is perfectly possible to get a decent rigid bike for £200 new. Start with Decathlon.

How many of these have you purchased out of interest? As mentioned I ride a decent road bike quite regularly, but would not send a kid to school on an expensive quality bike. The cheper ones our kids have had do the job grand and usually last until they are stolen or grown out of, they are just very heavy, never had a "wheel pop out", the brakes are enough for them to wear out the back tyre quick enough or pop them over the handle bars in an emergency and gears are not rocket science as anyone with YouTube can work it out these days. Not everyone needs an expensive bikes, simples! 8)

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