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Boss Ladies Bike (Pink/Black) £89.99 @ Amazon

£89.99 @ Amazon
Boss Blackmagic 21 Speed Dual suspension Ladies Bike & £10 gift voucher back - up until 5th december.... cool for teens !! * Hi tensile steel dual suspension frame * Front suspension fo… Read More
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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
Boss Blackmagic 21 Speed Dual suspension Ladies Bike & £10 gift voucher back - up until 5th december.... cool for teens !!

* Hi tensile steel dual suspension frame
* Front suspension forks
* 21 speed indexed gears with twist grip fast action gear controls
* 26" wheels with lightweight alloy rims
* Front and rear cable disc brakes
* Sure grip mountain bike tyres
* Padded saddle
* Front and rear mud guards
* Quick release front wheel and seat clamp
* Suitable for leg measurement 66cm - 84cm (26-33")
* Suitable for ages 12 to Adult

Was £139.99 a few weeks ago when looking for my daughters christmas pressie !

PS - Setup guides here: http://www.elswickbikes.co.uk/instruction-intro.html
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#1
It's been said repeatedly on here - if you want a cheap bike (no problem with that) then a get a basic one without hopeless suspension, etc. That way you've got half a chance of getting something decent.

No, I'm not a bike snob (I wouldn't buy one of those very expensive ones either) and I love a bargain but under 100 quid for a full suspension bike will probably end in tears!

You can get a basic but decent bike ready built from Decathlon for under £100. If you must go to Halfords you'll probably have to pay a bit more for similar. Below this you really are likely to hit quality and rideability problems.

Before someone says buy used: a decent used bike isn't cheap and you can spend a lot on a few replacement parts to get it up to spec. And if you can't do the work yourself then forget it at bike shop labour rates.


Edited By: Besford on Dec 01, 2010 14:21: added
#2
Besford
It's been said repeatedly on here - if you want a cheap bike (no problem with that) then a get a basic one without hopeless suspension, etc. That way you've got half a chance of getting something decent.

No, I'm not a bike snob (I wouldn't buy one of those very expensive ones either) and I love a bargain but under 100 quid for a full suspension bike will probably end in tears!


couldn't agree more! plus at 17kg what girl is going to be able to hold her own on that
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Nad_84
Besford
It's been said repeatedly on here - if you want a cheap bike (no problem with that) then a get a basic one without hopeless suspension, etc. That way you've got half a chance of getting something decent.No, I'm not a bike snob (I wouldn't buy one of those very expensive ones either) and I love a bargain but under 100 quid for a full suspension bike will probably end in tears!
couldn't agree more! plus at 17kg what girl is going to be able to hold her own on that

Hold her own WHAT?
#4
I know, but the reviews were ok (ish!), and it's from Amazon, so any probs, it goes straight back !
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rizla01
Nad_84
Besford
It's been said repeatedly on here - if you want a cheap bike (no problem with that) then a get a basic one without hopeless suspension, etc. That way you've got half a chance of getting something decent.No, I'm not a bike snob (I wouldn't buy one of those very expensive ones either) and I love a bargain but under 100 quid for a full suspension bike will probably end in tears!
couldn't agree more! plus at 17kg what girl is going to be able to hold her own on that


Hold her own WHAT?


Hold her own... it's a saying.

I mean, 17KG is quite heavy for a girl of 12 years

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