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Boardman Mountain Bike Sport HT 650B Limited Edition - £349.99 - Halfords (Flash Sale) - Potentially approx. £302 with 4% Quidco and 10% British Cycling discount

£349.99 @ Halfords
Halfords flash sale for the day! Plus potential 4% cashback via Quidco and a further 10% discount if you have British Cycling membership, making a potential total of approx. £302. Check the link be…
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Halfords flash sale for the day! Plus potential 4% cashback via Quidco and a further 10% discount if you have British Cycling membership, making a potential total of approx. £302.

Check the link below with more Halfords savings:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/22-off-any-purchase-halfords-1603626

Boardman Mountain Bike Sport HT 650B Limited Edition

The Boardman Mountain Bike Sport HT 650B Limited Edition is a completely new bike for the fall of 2014 that allows you to experience the legendary Boardman quality and performance at a more accessible price. However, that doesn't mean that the performance is compromised in any way. Incorporating the latest 650B (27.5") wheelsize which quite simply provides the best of both the 26" and 29" standards to effectively improve overall performance and rider confidence. The lightweight 7005 alloy frame with Boardman's signature smooth welds is combined with a controlled and composed 120mm travel Suntour XCR fork and SRAM X4 24 speed gearing to produce a quick-handling and confident cross-country bike.

Frame: Alloy with Smooth Welds
Fork: Suntour XCR-32 LO R Coil with Lockout
Fork Travel: 120mm
Brakes: Tektro HD-M290 Hydraulic Disc Brakes with 180/160mm Rotors
Drivetrain: SRAM X4 3x8 24 Speed Gearing, SRAM S200 Chainset
Wheelset: Boardman E4P Doublewall Rims on 32 Hole Quick Release Hubs
Tyres: Continental X-King 27.5" x 2.2"
Boardman Mountain Bike Sport HT 650B Limited Edition Extra Info

FREE Local Store build
FREE 6-week first service
Pre-Delivery inspection + 22 point safety check
OR get it delivered boxed for self-assembly

Specifications Overview

Approximate Weight (KG): 14.2kg
Brake Type: Hydraulic Disc Brakes
Forks: Suntour XCR-32 LO R Coil with Lockout
Frame Material: Alloy
Gender: Unisex
Number of Gears: 24
Pedals Included: Yes
Suspension: Front Suspension
Wheel Size: 27.5"
Detailed Specs
Bottom Bracket: FSA 7420 - 68mm Shell
Cassette/Freewheel: SRAM PG850 - 11-32t
Chain: KMC Z72
Chainset: SRAM S200 42/32/22t - 170mm(S) 175mm(M,L)
Fork Lock-out: Yes
Fork travel: 120mm
Forks - Adjustable damping: No
Frame: 7005 Triple Butted Alloy with Smooth Welds
Front Brake: Tektro HD-M290 Hydraulic Disc Brake - 180mm Rotor
Front Mech: SRAM X4 - 8 Speed - Long Cage
Gear Shifters: SRAM X4 - 3x8 Triggers
Geometry: Boardman MTB Hardtail
Handlebars: Boardman E4P - 680mm(S) 700mm(M,L) - 31.8 with 15mm Rise
Headset: FSA No.10P 1.1/8" - Semi Integrated
Pedals: Wellgo Platform - 9/16"
Rear Brake: Tektro HD-M290 Hydraulic Disc Brake - 180mm Rotor
Rear Mech: SRAM X4 - 8 Speed - Long Cage
Rims: Boardman E4P Doublewall - 32 Hole
Saddle: Boardman E4P - Chromoly Rails
Seatpost: Boardman E4P - 31.6mm - 350mm(S) 400mm (M,L) with offset
Stem: Boardman E4P - 70mm - 31.8 with +/-7 degree rise
Type: Mountain Bikes
Tyre Size: 27.5" x 2.2"
Tyres: Continental X-King
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4 Likes #1
I'm just trying to visualise Stan riding that bike ........................... named after him. oO

http://www.showbiz.ie/images/stars2/keating-golf1.jpg
banned#2
Typical shot of Stan doped up to the eyeballs on EPO, HGH, Clenbuterol...
#3
voted Hot, great deal op. amazing bike for the money.
#4
Any ideas how I can get the extra 10% off. Anyone got a code I could use please.
#5
huddsguy
Any ideas how I can get the extra 10% off. Anyone got a code I could use please.

I think you'll need to sign up for the British Cycling membership and present the details at the store for the 10% off, I don't think there's a code for immediate online usage..
#6
What they like compared to a carrera vengeance? Worth the extra?
1 Like #7
Madchester
What they like compared to a carrera vengeance? Worth the extra?

Far better than the Vengeance
#8
MAdam98
Madchester
What they like compared to a carrera vengeance? Worth the extra?
Far better than the Vengeance
yes much better. at this price for the quality you get its crazy. my boardman pro hardtail was £999 but its a brill bike.
#9
Will this do for mucking around with the kids on? A few trails and cycle paths and maybe the odd burn out with friends?
#10
Too late, reserved one - couldn't say no for £286 with the cycle discount and vouchers.
#11
unbelievably stupid price for this bike. and to think, staff can get another 25% off!!!! tempting !
#12
If you are going to join British Cycling for the 10% discount its £20 (for the cheapest membership) so still worth doing given the reduction.
#13
dt_matthews
If you are going to join British Cycling for the 10% discount its £20 (for the cheapest membership) so still worth doing given the reduction.
I got mine for £14 - use the code CYCLESCH with the 10% Direct Debit discount the cost should be covered by the Quidco cash :D
#14
Btw, does anyone know if you reserve, whether you get the reserved price if you dont collect today?
#15
Would this be any good for a female cyclist?
#16
Says Unisex on it, so I don't see why not?

Is there an easy way of working out your frame size?
#17
dt_matthews
Btw, does anyone know if you reserve, whether you get the reserved price if you dont collect today?
Yep - it's at todays price - mines held until Sunday as I'm getting them to build it.
#18
kpkiller
dt_matthews
Btw, does anyone know if you reserve, whether you get the reserved price if you dont collect today?
Yep - it's at todays price - mines held until Sunday as I'm getting them to build it.
And that was reserving rather than buying today?
And will quidco still be valid for a reservation rather than online purchase?

Cheers
#19
Can you get something like this through the cycle to work scheme? Or as it is one day only would it not be purchased quickly enough? I know ours at work come from Halfords and to get it that way makes an even nicer saving :)
#20
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greeno
Says Unisex on it, so I don't see why not?

Is there an easy way of working out your frame size?


Interested to know this too. Largest frame is 19"which seems smaller than most. Would this be suitable if I'm 5ft 11?
#21
dt_matthews
kpkiller
dt_matthews
Btw, does anyone know if you reserve, whether you get the reserved price if you dont collect today?
Yep - it's at todays price - mines held until Sunday as I'm getting them to build it.
And that was reserving rather than buying today?
And will quidco still be valid for a reservation rather than online purchase?
Cheers
Yes Quidco will be - it includes reserve and collect - it has already tracked @ £14
1 Like #22
greeno
Says Unisex on it, so I don't see why not?
Is there an easy way of working out your frame size?

On the deal page if you scroll down Halfords have a brief estimate for frame sizes based on height. For my height it says 21", so not sure this would be ok as the largest is 19".

In case you can't see it (on mobile or something maybe), here it is:

http://www.halfords.com/wcsstore/HalfordsConsumerDirect/images/catalog/mountain_bike_size_guide.jpg
1 Like #23
Great deal, great bike - but I bet many of them will never see anything close to a mountain. Most buyers would be better off with a lighter hybrid (no suspension) which will still cope well with a few towpaths, etc. Fashion victims.

Hot for the deal though.
#24
I bought this bike for £300 brand new from gumtrees and used it 5 times and yes it's great for that money . Sold it 2 days ago on gumtree for £350 !!! £50 profit. Hope the guy doesn't see the new price now !!!
#25
Thanks for size guide - shame there's no stock near me (and delivery doesn't seem available.)
#26
amazing bike for the price,hot,hot,hot :)
#27
tawse57
Would this be any good for a female cyclist?

No.... it doesn't have a basket on the front :)

Seriously, you may be better to try it. Geometry may not suit you and saddles rarely suit both sexes due to anatomy ;)

Edited By: frakison on Jul 01, 2015 13:19
1 Like #28
I still think this is better all round and only slightly more expensive

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/calibre-point-50-hardtail-mountain-bike-395-gooutdoors-2233245
#29
Hi

I currently have a rubbish hybrid apollo.Would this be suitable as an upgrade. I mainly cycle on country lanes and B roads , I am quite large so like something solid . I see that it "works well on road with lock off front suspension"

Would it work well enough for someone like me?
#30
Is there a significant advantage of having 27.5 wheels over the standard 26?
#31
AppStar
Is there a significant advantage of having 27.5 wheels over the standard 26?

Big wheels are all the rage now, so we have 650 and 29er bikes.

All other things being equal (cranks size, gears, etc) then the bigger the wheel then the faster you go (although you will be working a bit harder as you don't get anything for nothing).

Also bigger wheels are better at getting over lumpy bits. Taking it to an extreme example imagine riding up a kerb on a scooter versus a road bike.

Finally if you go over a ridge then as you have bigger wheels then you arere, slightly, less likely to catch your crank on the ground...
banned#32
AppStar
Is there a significant advantage of having 27.5 wheels over the standard 26?
Yes, 1.5
#33
This or the carrera Vulcan?
#34
No boardman pr stunt this time? #helmets !
#35
Besford
Great deal, great bike - but I bet many of them will never see anything close to a mountain. Most buyers would be better off with a lighter hybrid (no suspension) which will still cope well with a few towpaths, etc. Fashion victims.

Hot for the deal though.

Just because they are called mountain bikes doesn't mean they are to be used on mountains...
In fact I dare say most hardcore trail riders won't take their bikes to mountains. They take them to MTB trails.
As for being a fashion victim, hardtail simply are better if you are going to do any ofdroad, even if you just go once or twice to a trail centre. Because then you can actually try out the harder runs which aren't realistic using a rigid frame.
Furthermore weigt hardly matters at all so I would say this bike is far better. And it has 650b which all MTBers knoe is the best wheelsize for all around performance.
#36
Just a word of warning for those thinking of combining the British Cycle Membership discount. Halfords are entitled to deny you the discount on this occasion because it is a web exclusive price... You can still use the gift vouchers route of course, but you might not be able to claim that extra 10% on your collection price.

Taken from the BMC site: This offer is only available in store. Excludes all website only prices and deals. This is not available in conjunction with Cycle2Work vouchers.

Some stores might honor it if you're lucky.
#37
Grohller
Just a word of warning for those thinking of combining the British Cycle Membership discount. Halfords are entitled to deny you the discount on this occasion because it is a web exclusive price... You can still use the gift vouchers route of course, but you might not be able to claim that extra 10% on your collection price.
Taken from the BMC site: This offer is only available in store. Excludes all website only prices and deals. This is not available in conjunction with Cycle2Work vouchers.
Some stores might honor it if you're lucky.
Do you have a link to that as on mine it states:
Terms and conditions
• Discount is supplied to British Cycling members with a valid British Cycling Membership card.
• 10% off is valid on any purchase, excludes gift vouchers and Halfords Autocentres.
• May not be used in conjunction with any other voucher.
• Discount can be used in conjunction with other instore promotion unless clearly stated otherwise.
• Discount can only be used once per transaction.
• Discount is not redeemable for cash.
• Exclusive to British Cycling Members.
• Discount is not redeemable online.
1 Like #38
kpkiller
Grohller
Just a word of warning for those thinking of combining the British Cycle Membership discount. Halfords are entitled to deny you the discount on this occasion because it is a web exclusive price... You can still use the gift vouchers route of course, but you might not be able to claim that extra 10% on your collection price.
Taken from the BMC site: This offer is only available in store. Excludes all website only prices and deals. This is not available in conjunction with Cycle2Work vouchers.
Some stores might honor it if you're lucky.
Do you have a link to that as on mine it states:
Terms and conditions
• Discount is supplied to British Cycling members with a valid British Cycling Membership card.
• 10% off is valid on any purchase, excludes gift vouchers and Halfords Autocentres.
• May not be used in conjunction with any other voucher.
• Discount can be used in conjunction with other instore promotion unless clearly stated otherwise.
• Discount can only be used once per transaction.
• Discount is not redeemable for cash.
• Exclusive to British Cycling Members.
• Discount is not redeemable online.

It's just a bit further up on that same page: https://www.britishcycling.org.uk/membership/article/halfords-discounts
#39
Grohller
Just a word of warning for those thinking of combining the British Cycle Membership discount. Halfords are entitled to deny you the discount on this occasion because it is a web exclusive price... You can still use the gift vouchers route of course, but you might not be able to claim that extra 10% on your collection price.
Taken from the BMC site: This offer is only available in store. Excludes all website only prices and deals. This is not available in conjunction with Cycle2Work vouchers.
Some stores might honor it if you're lucky.

I've never had a problem using the British Cycling discount on any purchase including web exclusives. Just hoping i don't today too as I'm picking up the boardman CX from y'days offer.
#40
Too bad that I've bought Btwin Rockrider 520 from Decathlon 2 months ago :-/ I would definitely go for this one

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