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Carrera Valour Mens Mountain Bike £194 with code Was £270 @ Halfords £194.40

£194.40 @ Halfords
CODE APOCAR10 The Carrera Valour Mens Mountain Bike is perfect for ensuring high performance handling whilst still maintaining comfort on your ride. With 24 Speed Shimano gearing hills will be a piec… Read More
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2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago
CODE APOCAR10

The Carrera Valour Mens Mountain Bike is perfect for ensuring high performance handling whilst still maintaining comfort on your ride. With 24 Speed Shimano gearing hills will be a piece of cake, while the Suntour M3030 forks and 27.5" wheels with Kenda tyres ensure your descent will be smooth and bump free. Topped off with Aluminium V-brakes to control your speed the Valour is more than ready to hit those hills or trails.

Frame: Lightweight aluminium for easier handling and less effort up hills
Forks: Suspension fork with 75mm travel
Gears: 24 Speed Shimano gearing for help on all terrain
Brakes: Aluminium V-brakes for controlled and effortless braking
Wheels: Larger 27.5" wheels with Kenda tyres for increased control and grip

Approximate Weight (KG): 14kg
Brake Type: V-Brakes
Forks: Suntour M3030
Frame Material: Alloy
Gender: Mens
Number of Gears: 24
Pedals Included: Yes
Suspension: Front Suspension
Wheel Size: 27.5"
Bottom Bracket: Sealed Cartridge
Cassette/Freewheel: Cassette
Chain: 8 speed
Chainset: Suntour XCC alloy 42/32/22 170mm length crank 14"/16" 175mm 18" and above
Fork Lock-out: No
Fork travel: 75mm
Forks - Adjustable damping: Yes
Frame: High quality aluminium
Front Brake: V-brake - Alloy
Front Hub: 9mm QR
Front Mech: Shimano Tourney 3 speed
Gear Shifters: Shimano ST-500 3x8 speed
Grips: Rubber
Handlebars: Alloy
Headset: semi integrated
Quick Release Front Wheel: Yes
Quick Release Rear Wheel: Yes
Rear Brake: V-brake Alloy
Rear Hub: 9mm QR
Rear Mech: Shimano Tourney 8 speed
Rear Shock: No
Rear wheel travel: No
Rims: Carrera Double wall - 32 Hole
Seatpost: Alloy
Stem: Alloy
Type: Mountain Bikes
Tyre Size: 27.5 X 2.10
Tyres: Kenda 27.5X2.10
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#1
standard price tbh. code does bring it down to £194 though.
#2
mu1
standard price tbh. code does bring it down to £194 though.
Which code?
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POWYSWALES
mu1
standard price tbh. code does bring it down to £194 though.
Which code?


APOCAR10
#4
mu1
POWYSWALES
mu1
standard price tbh. code does bring it down to £194 though.
Which code?
APOCAR10
Thank you, added it to deal
#5
mu1
standard price tbh. code does bring it down to £194 though.
Hi, notice on the parva deal you said the velour would be the better deal, can I ask why so I can make up my mind on which one to buy.
#6
POWYSWALES
mu1
standard price tbh. code does bring it down to £194 though.
Hi, notice on the parva deal you said the velour would be the better deal, can I ask why so I can make up my mind on which one to buy.


i didn't say the valour was the better deal. I was asking what the better deal would be. in the end, I was told you can get 10% off the parva if you ask in online chat/help. that would make the parva a lot cheaper at around £165. The online assistant said that they had made a click and collect with the discount, but it seems the 10% discount hasn't been applied. I will have to go in store and see.
#7
if you are a british cycling member yiu get another 10% off.
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Unless you're doing some semi-serious off-road stuff that suspension will be a hindrance rather than a help.
Parva will be the better choice for most users, especially at £165.
#9
welche2
if you are a british cycling member yiu get another 10% off.
Correct - not worth joining just for the discount though.
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The compromises on the bike seem to be a very basic and fairly heavy short travel fork and tourney derailleurs but the bike does have a cassette based rear wheel so upgrading is easy. The reviews state a few gear problems. Frame looks great. I suspect a few other components will be steel rather than aluminium but generally a nice bike and well worth the money. I'd personally be looking to change the rear derailleur fairly quickly though. Tourney's can be very problematic when they get dirty and are relatively short life. They become more problematic when used with a triple chainset and more finicky and difficult to adjust precisely. However saying that many of the tourney adjustment issues are normally related to freewheel wobble which makes adjustment more difficult but this is cassette based so the chain line is more consistent. The forks do appear to have preload adjustment unlike the very basic models fitted to BSO's which will make them more tolerable.
#11
Besford
Unless you're doing some semi-serious off-road stuff that suspension will be a hindrance rather than a help.
Parva will be the better choice for most users, especially at £165.

Has any one had any success with the 10% on the parva ? I'm looking for something for distance rather than going off road.
Thanks
#12
Gunner4Life
Besford
Unless you're doing some semi-serious off-road stuff that suspension will be a hindrance rather than a help.
Parva will be the better choice for most users, especially at £165.
Has any one had any success with the 10% on the parva ? I'm looking for something for distance rather than going off road.
Thanks
Code has now been fixed to work with parva but I believe code expires in a few hours so be quick.
#13
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Gunner4Life
Besford
Unless you're doing some semi-serious off-road stuff that suspension will be a hindrance rather than a help.
Parva will be the better choice for most users, especially at £165.
Has any one had any success with the 10% on the parva ? I'm looking for something for distance rather than going off road.
Thanks
Code has now been fixed to work with parva but I believe code expires in a few hours so be quick.

Thanks I did check and seen that. However I don't think the quality will be great for long term use so I've given it a miss as it was to short notice for me ro fully decide and will continue my wait for a second hand bike. Thanks for the reply though.

Edited By: Gunner4Life on Jun 09, 2017 23:00
#14
Gunner4Life
POWYSWALES
Gunner4Life
Besford
Unless you're doing some semi-serious off-road stuff that suspension will be a hindrance rather than a help.
Parva will be the better choice for most users, especially at £165.
Has any one had any success with the 10% on the parva ? I'm looking for something for distance rather than going off road.
Thanks
Code has now been fixed to work with parva but I believe code expires in a few hours so be quick.
Thanks I did check and seen that. However I don't think the quality will be great for long term use so I've given it a miss as it was to short notice for me ro fully decide and will continue my wait for a second hand bike. Thanks for the reply though.
I got a parva begining of 2015 and done 4000 miles on it so far totally faultless, only thing I have changed is the seat as there very hard. Gears and brakes are excellent and a really nice bike to ride.
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Gunner4Life
POWYSWALES
Gunner4Life
Besford
Unless you're doing some semi-serious off-road stuff that suspension will be a hindrance rather than a help.
Parva will be the better choice for most users, especially at £165.
Has any one had any success with the 10% on the parva ? I'm looking for something for distance rather than going off road.
Thanks
Code has now been fixed to work with parva but I believe code expires in a few hours so be quick.
Thanks I did check and seen that. However I don't think the quality will be great for long term use so I've given it a miss as it was to short notice for me ro fully decide and will continue my wait for a second hand bike. Thanks for the reply though.
I got a parva begining of 2015 and done 4000 miles on it so far totally faultless, only thing I have changed is the seat as there very hard. Gears and brakes are excellent and a really nice bike to ride.

Great to hear. My last experience with a cheap bike didn't go to well. I'm a fan of quality over quantity but to be honest in the flesh they did seem OK. I maybe should of went for it but my fut tells me to wait as I'm not 100% sure on type at the moment. Thanks for the input it's great to hear its lasted well for you.:)

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