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B'TWIN Rockrider 340 Mountain Bike - Green in Size M only 129.99 @ decathlon

£129.99 @ Decathlon
Frame Reinforced 6061 T4T6 aluminium mountain bike frame, exclusive geometry for versatility. It is more lightweight (aluminium frame) and much more comfortable thanks to its three sizes and its u… Read More
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8m, 4d agoFound 8 months, 4 days ago
Frame
Reinforced 6061 T4T6 aluminium mountain bike frame, exclusive geometry for versatility.
It is more lightweight (aluminium frame) and much more comfortable thanks to its three sizes and its unisex sloping geometry (Men's and Women's MTB).
The three layers of paint ensure the durable protection of the frame. Varnished designs.

Fork / Suspension
BTWIN MTB fork by Suntour XCT with 80 mm travel.
Adjustable stiffness thanks to a wheel.
Elastomer spring technology for more reliability with minimum maintenance.

Accessories / equipment
Derailleur guard
Drive train
SRAM MRX 21-speed MTB grip shifts.
The indexing and marking of speeds on the grip allow you to easily manage the difficulty.
Shimano TZ30 MTB front derailleur, Shimano MTB rear derailleur, KMC Z51 chain.

Crankset / Cassette
Bottom bracket with 24x34x42 chain rings. 21 speeds. Steel bottom bracket with a plastic protective piece; tough and reliable.

Brakes
2-finger aluminium MTB levers; helical spring V-brakes

Handlebars / Stem / Steering
New BTWIN MTB handlebars are semi-raised and wider for better manoeuvrability and greater comfort (HL 153 580 steel);
HL 215 steel stem

Wheels
Single-walled, black, front MTB wheel to reinforce the bike's sporty spirit
Quick-release in front for easier maintenance, transport, and storage.

Tyres
New BTWIN MTB tyres that offer excellent traction and power on trails, but also good performance on roads (versatility).

Saddle / Seat post
HL SP200 steel MTB seat post.
BTWIN MTB saddle offers the best compromise between comfort and efficiency.

Pedals
VP MTB platform pedals, on bearings

Weight
14.02 kg in size XS, without the pedals
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8m, 4d agoFound 8 months, 4 days ago
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#1
OOS in all sizes.
#2
Seem to be out of stock now. These are normally only £160 in various colours, don't seem to be too bad for that price. You're not going to be bombing down advanced downhill trails in a hurry, but you could certainly do worse if you're just looking for something to ride occasionally on some off road trails.
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Nice price, decent spec I guess. My gripe though is gripshift, would prefer budget thumb shifters or underbar shifters, gripshift will seize and be in effective in time. They can always be swapped out, but better not have them in the first place.
#4
hot deal, shame about the size limitations.
#5
Saw some guys with 'proper' mountain bikes when visiting ben nevis this week. They looked radically different to the mountain bikes I see at Halfords or other bike shops. They resembled motor cross scooters without engines more than they did normal bikes and the suspension on them meant these guys were happily bouncing around all over the place. Wonder how much one of those costs?

Edited By: mwa on Aug 21, 2016 13:48: Typos
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mwa
Saw done his with 'proper' mountain bikes when visiting ben nevis this week. They looked radically different to the mountain bikes I see at Halfords or other bike shops. They resembled motor cross scooters without engines than they did normal bikes and the suspension on them meant these guys were happily bouncing around all over the place. Wonder how much one of those costs?

me no understand what you are saying?
#7
It is green! no thanks
#8
mwa
Saw done his with 'proper' mountain bikes when visiting ben nevis this week. They looked radically different to the mountain bikes I see at Halfords or other bike shops. They resembled motor cross scooters without engines than they did normal bikes and the suspension on them meant these guys were happily bouncing around all over the place. Wonder how much one of those costs?
Depending on brand and drivetrain forks wheels etc upwards of a few grand to about £7k,

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