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Cannondale Mountain Bikes up to 54% off (2012 & 2013 models) @ Pauls Cycles

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alan mcculloch
A£4,000 bike is only justified if you are an athlete in training and likely to win races.Most users of an unspecialised site like this wont understand buying a bike for car money.The bike that I use most often came from a skip I spent about £40.00 on tyres and cables and am very happy with it.

...or if you can afford it and dislike riding bikes out of the skip.

Why would you force someone to go for the basic stuff unless pro requisition ? Let people browse Internet on their £3000 computers, let people wear Armani clothes to the local shops, let single people buy £ millions mansions...why not ? If they like it and can afford it ? We do not want to and do not have to be the same. If you expect to be understood, you must understand.


Edited By: 7777777 on Apr 21, 2014 09:17: a
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Anything for £50?

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#1
Jekyll 3 (All Mountain Full Suspension) from £3200 to £1599

http://www.paulscycles.co.uk/products.php?show=5187

http://www.paulscycles.co.uk/smsimg/65/5187-19584-full-jek3-65.jpg
#4
Trigger Carbon 1

£5500 down to £2749

http://www.paulscycles.co.uk/m1b65s1p5379/CANNONDALE-TRIGGER-CARBON-1-2013

http://www.paulscycles.co.uk/smsimg/65/5379-20409-full-trigger_hi-mod_carbon_1-65.jpg

Edited By: Adidas Addict on Apr 20, 2014 14:07
#6
1 Like #8
Good deals, but be careful with choosing a leftie fork add I've heard they are expensive and hard to maintain. That said at some point there was a revision that no longer required a £1000 tool to extract the innards. Perhaps someone could help clarify?
#9
Good advice I'm sure but I'd hope anyone buying a £3k rrp bike would be prepared for some expense...... ;)
#10
If the tool did cost £1k why not just buy another fork or even bike?
Qwerty cycles, Revel, etc can sort you out.
#11
I'm not up to date with mountain bikes these days, whats with the lack of stems on these? is that normal now?
#12
johnnystorm
If the tool did cost £1k why not just buy another fork or even bike?
Qwerty cycles, Revel, etc can sort you out.

OR just buy a bike in the first place with user serviceable parts?! :{
#13
Some good deals there. Tempted to upgrade from my old Carrera.
#14
Awesome discounts but can't justify any more bikes in the house!

HOT
#15
Was going to get the Sl1 but fancy the cube slc but not sure what to go for?
2 Likes #16
I need a job.
9 Likes #17
Anything for £50?
1 Like #18
Some gorgeous bikes at amazing prices! Stupid lack of money! HEAT!!!!
1 Like #19
Whats the benefit of this one fork thing? oO

makes the bikes look crap to me
2 Likes #20
Wow, amazed we haven't heard anything from the 'my bike cost £25 from Sports Direct' clowns. Please let this be one thread that they miss.
1 Like #21
ianbeany
Whats the benefit of this one fork thing? oO

makes the bikes look crap to me


http://www.cannondale.com/gbr/innovation/lefty_headshok/
1 Like #23
EN1GMA
Anything for £50?
free pump
1 Like #24
ianbeany
Whats the benefit of this one fork thing? oO

makes the bikes look crap to me

It's a 'because we could' product. Takes far longer to remove the wheel than a normal fork (even bolt through). And as others have said, hard/expensive to service.

Edited By: miffyl on Apr 20, 2014 17:20
#25
never seen a lefty fork before, I really like it.
#26
I've bought from Pauls and cannot recommend them highly enough
#27
Forget the mountain bike stuff.. theres also deals on the road and cyclo cross models, including £2k off the top of the range supersix... gets hot from me for that...
#28
Heat added
Now I just need to convince "her indoors" that i need a lefty haha
#30
I bought a bike for £5 from the dump :) 15 gears good condition bargain !!
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miffyl
ianbeany
Whats the benefit of this one fork thing? oO

makes the bikes look crap to me

It's a 'because we could' product. Takes far longer to remove the wheel than a normal fork (even bolt through). And as others have said, hard/expensive to service.


Stiffer, lighter, dont need to remove wheel to fix puncture, change tyre, tube etc. Fewer seals, etc. Good on them for trying something different.
1 Like #32
The benifit of the single fork is that it is supposed to be stiffer. Also apparenly it doesnt require so much maintenance apparently they usedvto be hard to get parts for but thats no longer the case as the use fox parts. That was what the cannondale rep said at a demo day. I thought i hate it but it actually liked it. Still rather get a trek but they arent half price on pauls.
#33
Hammondhammond
I bought a bike for £5 from the dump :) 15 gears good condition bargain !!

I did John O'Groats to Lands End on a scrap yard beater bike (£5 too!)!
It had old style brakes that forced me to 'sight' my breaking point....preferably 100metres in advance!. Oh, and it also had gear levers on the frame.
Damn that was a dangerous ride! Successful though :)
1 Like #34
Hammondhammond
I bought a bike for £5 from the dump :) 15 gears good condition bargain !!


If it was a good bike nobody would place it there but ...one person's trash could be another ones treasure so as long as you don't compare it with any half decent bike it's fine.Hope you don't expect me to believe that the 3 x 5 gear set works flawlessly :)

A bike costing £2000 won't be 20 x better to ride than the one costing £100 but try riding the £100 bike for a while and you will soon wish you had spent a bit more.
#35
what is the aftersales service like with paulcycles, if im going to pay that sort of cash through mail order will they want to help me say if the bike develops a manufacturing fault couple months on?

anyone had experience, theyve been around years and had good deals in mbuk back in early nineties but not much said of them on the net.

Edited By: creon78 on Apr 20, 2014 19:27
1 Like #36
Hammondhammond
I bought a bike for £5 from the dump :) 15 gears good condition bargain !!
Do you have to pay to get stuff from the dump these days? Sheesh, times are hard.
#37
wenttoabetterplace
Hammondhammond
I bought a bike for £5 from the dump :) 15 gears good condition bargain !!

I did John O'Groats to Lands End on a scrap yard beater bike (£5 too!)!
It had old style brakes that forced me to 'sight' my breaking point....preferably 100metres in advance!. Oh, and it also had gear levers on the frame.
Damn that was a dangerous ride! Successful though :)

Yeah, because spending a few quid on decent brakes is just a waste. They might only prevent a fatal accident. Might as well get another round of real ales in ey?
1 Like #38
http://www.paulscycles.co.uk/smsimg/67/mdb-f1940_cube-reaction-gtc-slt.jpg Drool. Cool thing you did, beating death and all that. Happy Easter.

Edited By: Morpheus_00 on Apr 20, 2014 19:58
1 Like #39
wow those leftie thingies... wtf!

http://fcdn.mtbr.com/attachments/surly/688872d1334404809-surly-pugsley-lefty-fork-andys-pug.jpg

some tyres on this thing too
#40
any suggestions pls for a non BSO

looking for a unisex hybrid (or other except road) bike for £200 to 300ish for a beginner (max 5 miles/day)

frame size 18 and must not be steel (e.g. rockrider 50 suggested in some posts)
gears preferred but will not be used much

thanks in advance

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