Adult 26" Gents Neo rigid bike 50% Off £70 at Tesco - HotUKDeals
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This 26" Gents Neo rigid bike features a steel frame with alloy rims. Additional features of this Neo bike include 18 speed index gears with twist grip controls as well as front and rear V brakes

Yes, it is probably not the best bike in the world, steel frame etc, but for just £70 you cant complain too much.


Age Yearsin Years Adult
Brake Front & Rear
Brake Lever Yes
Controls Handle Bar Yes
Features of Product 26" wheels. Alloy rims. Steel rigid frame. 18 speed index gears. Twist grip controls. Front & rear V brakes
Foldable Mudguards No
Forks Rigid steel fork
Frame Material Steel
Frame Size 18"
Front Brakes Yes
Gears Speed Indexed
Gears Crankset Yes
Gears Front Derailleur Yes
Gears Rear Derailleur Yes
Gears Shifters Yes
Gender Boys
Giro Electric Headset No
Inside Leg Measurement 29" - 35"
Number of Gears 18
Pannier Holder No
Pedals Yes
Primary Colour Black
Product Depth 134 cm
Product Height 68 cm
Product Weight 20
Product Weight Units kg
Product Width 18.5 cm
Rear Brakes Yes
Rear Shock No
Stunt Pegs No
Wheel Size in Inches 26
Wheels Front Hub Yes
Wheels Rear Hub Yes
Wheels Spokes Yes
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banned#1
This looks like a good buy...not to be confused with cheap supermarket full suspension MTB's
banned#2
slamdunkin
This looks like a good buy...not to be confused with cheap supermarket full suspension MTB's


No.... this is a cheap supermarket non-suspension bike!
#3
seefman
slamdunkin
This looks like a good buy...not to be confused with cheap supermarket full suspension MTB's


No.... this is a cheap supermarket non-suspension bike!


Yes it is a cheap bike, but it is now 50% even cheaper.
#4
seefman
slamdunkin
This looks like a good buy...not to be confused with cheap supermarket full suspension MTB's
No.... this is a cheap supermarket non-suspension bike!

I don't think Slamdunkin was suggesting it's a 'quality' product; but it will at least be useable.

I think it's a decent price for what it it is.
#5
a really awful bike, please dont spend your money on this, yes its cheap in price, its also cheaply made. If you buy this you will either spend more than original cost on replacing and fixing parts, upgrade straight away or leave it in the shed. It weighs 20KG!!!!
Also i have never seen a bike list the components as front derailleur/ yes! lol, it should say which type it has. Like said earlier this is a cheap supermarket bike.
1 Like #6
12 month Tesco guarantee if anything goes wrong.

As stated in the post by myself this is not a top quality bike, why would anyone expect super performance from something that only costs £140 originally?? This is just a basic functional bike and would suit someone for occasional use who has a budget of less than £100.
1 Like #7
Deano467
12 month Tesco guarantee if anything goes wrong.

As stated in the post by myself this is not a top quality bike, why would anyone expect super performance from something that only costs £140 originally?? This is just a basic functional bike and would suit someone for occasional use who has a budget of less than £100.

Nice one Deano. Dont worry about the HUKD Bike Police. They always pop over and diss any bike deal put on here.
1 Like #8
The paradox: this bike will work perfectly adequately if set up by someone who knows what they're doing, which bolts to tighten how much, how to set up and maintain front and rear derailleurs and brakes. But if you knew all that you wouldn't spend £70 on a bike like this!

It'll be heavy and slow, won't tolerate being taken off-road, and the parts on it won't last (it'll all rust in the rain). But don't be misled by some comments around these deals that cheap bikes like this are any more dangerous than more expensive ones - set up correctly they'll be no more or less dangerous than any other bike set up in the same way.
1 Like #9
Self-appointed member of HUKD bike police here.

I agree with OP, it's a cheap bike at a low price. As a first bike or for occasional use it seems OK for the money. No it's not a great bike (I reckon you can't actually buy a proper bike for less than about £200 unless it's S/H or a sale bargain - I have bought 2 Treks and a Gary Fisher for £150 each in the last 12 months!) but nobody's pretending it's great. Personally I'd get a secondhand bike for this money.

It's heavy, the components are poor, etc. But at least it's not one of those full-suspension monstrosities that pretend to be something they're not.
#10
Jees, it's a bike for £70!! My 2yr olds balance bike was £60! Hot from me!
#11
Deano467
12 month Tesco guarantee if anything goes wrong. As stated in the post by myself this is not a top quality bike, why would anyone expect super performance from something that only costs £140 originally?? This is just a basic functional bike and would suit someone for occasional use who has a budget of less than £100.

Well done finding this...well worth 70 quid for an occasional user and with 12 months warrenty what second hand bike will give you that ?
#12
This will never get you around the world and up the mountains.......hang on what am I saying £70 for a bike to potter around town is a fair price. If you want better pay more.

Handy find Deano, especially for those that need a cheap bike, with a warranty, to go to and from work etc. Heat added.
#13
£70 great idea, less attractive to the bike theives and also less expensive to replace should the scum nick it too.

Let the schmucks with money to burn cycle around on nice even tarmac roads (or more likely footpaths) buy expensive bikes and have them stolen by smack-heads

Don't forget clubcard points too
#14
Looks ok to me for £70, worth some heat
#15
20 KGs ??? Really ?

I think my old Grifter weighed less than that !

Saying that for £70 you have a cheap winter training bike.
When summer comes and you are back on your main bike you will feel like you are on a rocket !

Edited By: scav on Sep 14, 2010 15:00: incomplete
#16
msharif911

Nice one Deano. Dont worry about the HUKD Bike Police. They always pop over and diss any bike deal put on here.


The same irritants posting £500 - £2000 bikes as "great deals"
I only wish they'd just watch their Tour De France dvd's in their state of the art bike gear and leave the rest of us alone.
#17
PhilK
msharif911
Deano467
12 month Tesco guarantee if anything goes wrong.

As stated in the post by myself this is not a top quality bike, why would anyone expect super performance from something that only costs £140 originally?? This is just a basic functional bike and would suit someone for occasional use who has a budget of less than £100.


Nice one Deano. Dont worry about the HUKD Bike Police. They always pop over and diss any bike deal put on here.


The same tedious pillocks posting £500 - £2000 bikes as "great deals"
I only wish they'd just watch their Tour De France dvd's in their state of the art bike gear and leave the rest of us alone.


What's wrong with spending £500 on a bike? Its the same as spending £15k on a new car, you could get something that does the job (a horrible tiny Daewoo or something) for £6k but £15k (or £500 in the case of the bike) buys you something much much better and better value to anyone who intends on using it much.
#18
PhilK

The same irritants posting £500 - £2000 bikes as "great deals"
I only wish they'd just watch their Tour De France dvd's in their state of the art bike gear and leave the rest of us alone.


Just because they can cost between £500-£2000 doesnt mean they arent a 'great deal'.

Its horses for courses really.
#19
just bought a Carera Fury from Halfords £370 was £600
#20
"Front Brakes Yes"

That's a bonus!
#21
Golaboots888
PhilK
msharif911
Deano467
12 month Tesco guarantee if anything goes wrong.

As stated in the post by myself this is not a top quality bike, why would anyone expect super performance from something that only costs £140 originally?? This is just a basic functional bike and would suit someone for occasional use who has a budget of less than £100.


Nice one Deano. Dont worry about the HUKD Bike Police. They always pop over and diss any bike deal put on here.


The same tedious pillocks posting £500 - £2000 bikes as "great deals"
I only wish they'd just watch their Tour De France dvd's in their state of the art bike gear and leave the rest of us alone.


What's wrong with spending £500 on a bike? Its the same as spending £15k on a new car, you could get something that does the job (a horrible tiny Daewoo or something) for £6k but £15k (or £500 in the case of the bike) buys you something much much better and better value to anyone who intends on using it much.


All consumer products naturally have a low-high price range, be it computers, cameras, bikes etc, or the car analogy you used. This price is based on the target consumer the product is pitched at.

Its a bit off for members who clearly have no interest in purchasing this item to post negative snobbish comments. If I owned a Daewoo (which I dont) I might be offended by the remarks made.
#22
If you want to get a cheap bike this is the type to aim for - simple and basic so less to go wrong and possibly of slightly better (if not good) quality than those with more features (such as suspension).

If you don't expect a lot this one may actually exceed it!
#23
[email protected]
just bought a Carera Fury from Halfords £370 was £600

Oooooh - clever boy! Now, what on earth has that got to do with this deal?
#24
Apart from having linear-pull brakes, this is basically a 20 year old design that has long since been left behind.

In TV terms, it's like buying a brand new 10" black and white TV with a loop aerial and 3 manually-tuned channels.

Many bike dealers take part exchanges and will offer some after sales. They'll also put the bike through their workshop and ensure it's been assembled correctly. You'll get a better, newer design bike and a more enjoyable experience for your money that way.

Built down to a price (and being Tesco, that'll have been next to nothing) you're going to get the cheapest of everything with this. This is not necessarily a good thing.

Cheap tat is tat, nonetheless.

Saving your £70 and adding some more to it over the next few months will get you to something far better and far more worth of your money. Save for now.

It's cheap, but it's no bargain.

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