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I was out looking for a bike yesterday and came across this great deal. Buy one get one free just pay £99 - Kirsty140385 Read More
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I was out looking for a bike yesterday and came across this great deal.

Buy one get one free just pay £99
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#1
Voted Hot! Although I already have 2 bikes!
#2
sorry had to vote cold, IMO those bikes aren't worth £50 each.
#3
scottyb
sorry had to vote cold, IMO those bikes aren't worth £50 each.

your rong the bikes are 99 each cos i looked them up yesterday!!!
#4
P&P is £31 just so you know.
#5
Not sure where you got that from...
https://www.sterlinghouse.co.uk/ViewArticle.aspx.qmap/aid/210

Postage and Packaging Prices

Postage type
UK Mainland
N&S Ireland / Offshore

Postage per product: Bicycles, Rocking Horses, Sports Tables, Multi Sport Set, Electric Ride On’s, Bouncy castle.


£9.95


£14.95

Scooters, Tricycles
£4.95
£9.95

Skateboards
£4.95
£9.95

Cycle Accessories
Postage per order:
(Max 5 separate items – for orders with over 5 items an additional postage charge will apply.


£4.95


£9.95

Radio control vehicles / small toys
£4.95
£9.95
#6
folding 1ns are 99.99 any good?
#7
shreyasmorjaria
folding 1ns are 99.99 any good?


I havent got a folding one, but id say it would be as it means easy to store :thumbsup:
#8
picked the 2 delux mens and it said £130 inc P&P



also

Important note for customers of Buy One Get One Free offers: All our bicycles are despatched individually, so they will arrive separately and will not be delivered together. Please do not panic! Your second bicycle will be along shortly after.
#9
[QUOTE=bob2009]picked the 2 delux mens and it said £130 inc P&P
QUOTE]
Dont know why they are doing that then. they could be trying to charge 2 delivery charges :oops:
#10
yeah on the cheaper bike P&P is £19:90

so £120 for the 2
#11
eSimple
Voted Hot! Although I already have 2 bikes!


Having read further, it's only 12 speed tho

Strange that , i rarely see a Dual Sus for only 12 speed
#12
I have used this site many times and is very good and the bikes are very decent.

My brother in-law recently ordered a normal mens mountain bike, from them, and actually received the muddy fox, worth a lot more. He actually didn't realise at first it was the wrong one until I saw it about a month later and pointed out that it was not what he ordered. I had actually helped him order it and the colours where virtually the same to what he ordered. So of course he promptly phoned up and got it changed the one he had paid for. :whistling:
#13
if your looking for a very very cheap bike to cycle short distances then these are ok but they are not quality products dont be taking them off road or give them too much abuse.

Mark
#14
I still think its a good deal :thumbsup:
#15
Surely they can get done for this... "Superb top brand"? "Designed and produced by one of the UKs top manufacturers"? (of what, it sure aint bikes lol!) "tip top componentry"? "superb quality workmanship"?

A more accurate description would be "Cheap rubbish knock-about bike which will be shoddily put together, never ride properly, and will always need something fixing- chain breaking, rim shards in inner tubes, pedal shears from crank, fork creaks, saddle moves up and down, etc."

I'm surprised they don't finish off their description with a claim that you'll win the next tour de france on the bike....

anyway, voted warm, cos it is a good deal, but £99 is a lot of money for something to chain your lawnmower to... but at least at this price you'll always find someone in the pub to buy each bike off you for £20 when you realise how rubbish they are!
#16
To my (untrained) eyes, this Tesco bike seems to be identical...

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.202-2955.aspx

but no delivery charge (over £50) & there's definitely a £5 off voucher kicking about (maybe even a £10 off). Also quidco at 4%? (I think!).

Probably a better deal f you just want the one bike! Also at least it's Tesco which are easier to take it back if it sucks like so many on here are suggesting.
#17
I purchased this offer a month ago and am very pleased with the bikes. They are the Universal Polaris model currently being sold by Sterling House @ £69-99 each + p & p £9.95:)
#18
AFAIK these are permanently BOGOF so not really a deal.
#19
There's alot of people saying these bikes are no good...

But I need your opinion:

If I need a bike to cycle about 20-30 mins each day back and from my house to my place of work, will this do? I live in central London and I'll be cycling on roads and some bike paths. I don't intend to ride it to the countryside or enter any marathons... just get to work.
[Holiday Pirates]#20
im confused as to why people are voting this cold? its bike for what about £60 each, thats a really good deal if you are looking for bikes isnt it?, my hubby wanted a cheap bike and we shopped around a bit and the best we could find was from Asda £99. (It got nicked from outside the house the day after he bought it so it worked out much more expensive than it seemed lol)
#21
Because they are cheap-made heavy bikes which people seem to be eventually realising, are no good.

They are cheap because they are made out of the cheapest materials available by the cheapest sweat-shop labour.
Parts from these places dont last, and on a bike that can be painfull.
#22
I wouldn't go for a full suspension bike when its this cheap, It'll weigh a ton and the back supension never seems to be able to harden properly! (I had my old crapper on the hardest turn, Still bobbed around, Horrible bike!)

Get a hard tail!
#23
What about one like this from the same retailer...

http://www.sterlinghouse.co.uk/viewproduct.aspx.qmap/ptId/745/pId/80057

....selling on Ebay for a lot less, where the retailer has an Ebay shop....

(alloy frame, dual suspension, disk brakes etc)

Any good?
#24
If it says "Alloy Frame", its as heavy as one that says "Steel Frame".
Steel is an alloy, so they can advertise it lol.

Dual suspension for under £1000 is not worth it and will not work like it really should.
As above buy a hard tail.

Disc brakes at this price are little more than decorations.
#25
Unless you're an enthusiast, compete or have money to throw around spending £1000 on a bike is a waste of money. You can pick up a decent bike for most peoples needs under £500 or you could have a go at building one yourself.
#26
You still wont get a Full-sus bike for under the £1000.

Bikes that are at £500 are almost exclusively hardtails, as they are the half decent makes and they know they cant sell full-sus bikes of any decent sort of quality in this price range.
#27
I bought 2 bikes off them last summer - 1 was a nice bike and the other one was cr*p. The first one took around a week to arrive and the second one came after 6 weeks of nagging - kept getting told that they'll be delivered at the end of the week!!

Cant comment about the quality of the bikes as they got nicked after from our shed after riding them only a few times :-(

You need to be aware that the bikes are seconds and you don't get a choice of which bike you get. The company they get their bikes from - Universal Cycles - just send out whatever they've got,

Their customer service is totally shambolic - the customer is always wrong.

HTH
#28
boonkoh
There's alot of people saying these bikes are no good...

But I need your opinion:

If I need a bike to cycle about 20-30 mins each day back and from my house to my place of work, will this do? I live in central London and I'll be cycling on roads and some bike paths. I don't intend to ride it to the countryside or enter any marathons... just get to work.


You'll be bouncing around getting nowhere! If you really want a cheap bike to cycle across London find your nearest Halfords and buy a £99 Apollo bike. At least you can take it back every week to be repaired. For £200 you can get a Carrera Subway from Halfords which is actually half decent.

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