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BIKES UP TO HALF PRICE AT TESCO DIRECT.........

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8y, 7m agoFound 8 years, 7 months ago
some bikes are half price there is a voucher somewhere for £5 off tesco direct
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#1
Get this for £29.98 using voucher,delivered to collect in store :thumbsup:

Emmelle Hammer 20'' Freestyle Bike
Catalogue number: 202-4313
https://direct.tesco.com/p/i/pings/50PercentOff.pnghttps://direct.tesco.com/pi/Product/3/AW07202-4313TPS188189.jpg
[LIST]
[*]Was £99.00 - but not any more! Was £69.97 - but not any more!
[*]Now £34.98
[*]34 Clubcard points[/LIST]
#2
yea but tesco bikes a ****! poor build quality, poor design, poor tyes and plastic brakes!
#3
Would be fine for kids though. Voted hot. :)
#4
geesh... what you expect for under £30!!!

If you were paying £100 then you would expect good quality componants but £30!

I'd definetly reccommend anyone with growing kids to get a cheap bike while their growing up for a few reasons:

1) they out grow their bike every 2 years.
2) kids never take amazing care of their bikes
3) it's dangerous to buy a bike thats too big for them in an attempt to allow for growth... they should be able to stand over the cross bar with BOTH feet on the ground!


And for those reasons this is HOT HOT HOT!!! :thumbsup:
#5
Would be fine for kids though. Voted hot.


I wouldn't let my kid ride one of those cheapo deathtraps, they are absolute junk.
#6
emmelle bikes arent that bad
#7
I bought one of these Tesco bikes to leave in the shed at our holiday home for the occasional cycle along the coastal path - I would say it was perfect but after 15 miles I realised 'the saddle could have been more comfortable'.
#8
loveabargain;1924121
Would be fine for kids though. Voted hot. :)

Would you seriously let your kids ride on the road with brakes that hardly work.
This is one of the problems in this country Bikes are a mechanical object that need correctly setting up before they are safe to use on the highways.How many other forms of transport can you buy and use on the road without having them checked over by a proffesional.
As with anything it is going to take something serious to happen before anything gets done about it but i believe that bikes should be only sold fully assembled with a safety certificate issued .Yes it will make the price go up but for the safety of road users it would be worth it.
#9
barneybear
Would you seriously let your kids ride on the road with brakes that hardly work.
This is one of the problems in this country Bikes are a mechanical object that need correctly setting up before they are safe to use on the highways.How many other forms of transport can you buy and use on the road without having them checked over by a proffesional.
As with anything it is going to take something serious to happen before anything gets done about it but i believe that bikes should be only sold fully assembled with a safety certificate issued .Yes it will make the price go up but for the safety of road users it would be worth it.


A 20" bike is suitable for 5-8 years who I wouldn't let ride on the road so I think this sort of bike is suitable for them to learn to ride on. They fall off lots so will probably get scraped alot. Also at this age they grow so quickly they need a new one every other year.

I agree that as I child gets old enough to ride on the road then a better quality bike would maybe be more appopriate. However I can't see either of mine ever getting to that stage as they aren't really into their bikes. We use them on cycle paths and at the park. I haven't ever bought a Tesco bike but I don't think I would have any concerns buying one for kids under 10.
That's my opinion and I also agree with yours.
#10
[QUOTE=loveabargain]A 20" bike is suitable for 5-8 years who I wouldn't let ride on the road so I think this sort of bike is suitable for them to learn to ride on. They fall off lots so will probably get scraped alot. Also at this age they grow so quickly they need a new one every other year.
[QUOTE]

Seriously, you mean a 20" frame? I'm 6'2" and I ride a bike with a 21" frame with 26" wheels, I think a smaller frame might be in order.
#11
[QUOTE=Fat Bird;1924778][QUOTE=loveabargain]A 20" bike is suitable for 5-8 years who I wouldn't let ride on the road so I think this sort of bike is suitable for them to learn to ride on. They fall off lots so will probably get scraped alot. Also at this age they grow so quickly they need a new one every other year.


Seriously, you mean a 20" frame? I'm 6'2" and I ride a bike with a 21" frame with 26" wheels, I think a smaller frame might be in order.


Doh I was thinking of 20" wheels!!! :oops::-D Must read item description more thoroughly!!!!!!
#12
hotscot
Get this for £29.98 using voucher,delivered to collect in store :thumbsup:

Emmelle Hammer 20'' Freestyle Bike
Catalogue number: 202-4313
https://direct.tesco.com/p/i/pings/50PercentOff.pnghttps://direct.tesco.com/pi/Product/3/AW07202-4313TPS188189.jpg
[LIST]
[*]Was £99.00 - but not any more! Was £69.97 - but not any more!
[*]Now £34.98
[*]34 Clubcard points[/LIST]


thanks for adding this hotscot :thumbsup:
#13
The BMX pictured above won't last 5 minutes at the hands of many under 10's - just go to your local skatepark and see what kids do on a BMX these days.....like I said, total junk.

You can spend £35 on this and it will last for 5 minutes and then you'll spend money fixing it (not to mention your kid will get the p1ss taken out of them for riding such a heap) or just buy a decent bike in the first place that will last.

Oh, and I'm 38 and still ride a 20 inch wheeled BMX so who says they grow out of them fast?
#14
:thinking: Oh how life has changed.....my bike :w00t: was made up from parts from a dump and bits from my brothers old bikes.lol.......those were the days...and i'm only 47,but times in the Glasgow tenements life was tough...we were tough.lol....no choice,7 kids in family and bikes were a luxury.lol...:-D and don't get me started on ( bogeys) go karts,home made of course......it's a wonder we all survived :w00t:
#15
hah, arguments always start in bike threads. it comes down to what you're gonna do with them.. you probably know your own kids best. if its just riding around to friends' houses yeah get one of these, doesn't matter if it gets nicked.
#16
keep an eye out instore if no stock onsite

this one
http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.203-1272.aspx
was instore at this price @ tesco costorphine,edinburgh

http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Enlarge/2/SS08203-1272TPS322201.jpg

showing out of stock on tesco direct
#17
doesn't matter if it gets nicked


You wouldn't have to worry about one of those getting nicked...:-D
#18
my mate bought one of those - cheap piece of **** i am afraid. You have to put them together yourself and they are very fragile.

cheap brakes which dont brake!
Plus saddle seat broke.
#19
[QUOTE=retrogeezer]The BMX pictured above won't last 5 minutes at the hands of many under 10's - just go to your local skatepark and see what kids do on a BMX these days.....like I said, total junk.

You can spend £35 on this and it will last for 5 minutes and then you'll spend money fixing it (not to mention your kid will get the p1ss taken out of them for riding such a heap) or just buy a decent bike in the first place that will last.

teach them respect :thumbsup:
#20
custardy
keep an eye out instore if no stock onsite

this one
http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.203-1272.aspx
was instore at this price @ tesco costorphine,edinburgh

http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Enlarge/2/SS08203-1272TPS322201.jpg

showing out of stock on tesco direct


Yep.Great bike.:thumbsup:

bought this instore @ tescos dalkeith last friday,now out of stock unfortunately.

Worth checking your local shop though,brilliant piece of kit for a hundred notes.

As far as the other bikes go though, I would avoid as they are rather poorly made,imo.

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