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Challenge 20 Inch Folding 6 Gear City Bike - £74.99 @ Argos

£74.99 @ Argos
Decent Looking bike for under 75 pound. * Blue and silver steel frame. * 6 gears with twist-grip shifters. * Shimano gears. * Front V-type and rear V-type brakes. * 3… Read More
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6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago
Decent Looking bike for under 75 pound.

* Blue and silver steel frame.
* 6 gears with twist-grip shifters.
* Shimano gears.
* Front V-type and rear V-type brakes.
* 33cm / 13 inch frame size.
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#1
Added retailer & price in title.
Added pic & description.

Thanks for the post! :)

Edited By: birdyboyuk on Mar 25, 2011 12:00: Spelling...oopsy daisy!
#2
y is this cold ? usual cold sheeps ? or can find cheaper else where ?
#3
RajUK
y is this cold ? usual cold sheeps ? or can find cheaper else where ?


Prob because when the OP posted it said

'Challenge bike'
'Decent Looking bike for under 75 pound.'

...& that was it
#4
Looks like a good deal to me & not bad reviews :)
1 Like #5
Very handy for people who commute by a combination of train and bike as many rail companies don't permit full size bikes on peak time trains but will allow folding ones.
#6
Nice find! IN STOCK!
I used http://www.icheckstock.co.uk to find my closest stock.

Edited By: birdyboyuk on Mar 25, 2011 12:41
#7
Just updated your link yankyg. BigM has also posted the link
#8
Sorry was in abit of a rush!. My bad.
#9
I found checkstock site easier to use, but does same job.
#10
theres actually 386 store that have this in stock, so still quite available. At this price, just before summer, it will go fast.

heat added

http://checknow.co.uk/searchresult.php?searchid=3321360-1103251402136841
#11
I'm guessing these aren't designed for the 'taller' man?
#12
Anyone looking for a better specced folding bike with a lighter Alu/Alloy frame and better equipment at half price, do a search for 'Oyama' on hotukdeals, I got an Oyama Lexington 8-speed for £224.99 delivered, reduced from £449.99. I'd recommend it!
This looks like a good buy for the back of the car on those days out but remember the RRP is £149.99 so performance and ride may be disappointing.
Hot from me as if you were after this model then 50% off is great but I'd recommend looking around some of the bike websites as some are offering up to 50% on quality Dahon folding bikes.

Here's the Oyama link...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/oyama-2010-folding-bikes-50-off-from-174-99-delivered-winstanleys-bikes/900105/?page=3#post10929313

Edited By: designaw on Mar 25, 2011 19:32: add link...
#13
Looks like a ladies bike? :|
#14
Sorry, first review on that site says the handlebars don't fold. That would pretty much stop you getting this casually on a bus/tram/train, so... no dice.
#15
People say in review that you have to assemble it yourself. And they are quite heavy. :(
#16
Looks like it folds in half from the picture?
#17
reserved one, i'll try it for 27 days if i am not happy or stayed lazy as i am currently.. it'll go back to argos Hozthat?
#18
i cant manage to fold the bike, and assembling it is very difficult..the instructions are not very clear on the booklet. i bought mine yesterday and tried to assemble it but gave up in middle...i will try later tonight.

its quite heavy but looks good wish it was black instead of silver :(
#19
hi friends..i am planning to buy one . how difficult folding and assembling is ? please suggest.
#20
hi friends..i am planning to buy one . how difficult folding and assembling is ? please suggest.

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