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Challenge bike 26" £57.99@argos

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banned7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
Challenge bike not bad price 57.99 for a bike.

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banned7y, 5m agoFound 7 years, 5 months ago
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[mod]#1
Hi
Thanks for posting. And welcome to HUKD.
Can I give you a tip? The merchant is "Argos" (or whoever) and not the name of the product. By adding the product name to the "merchant" means that the "Go To Deal" link won't work. I've ammended that for you, fixed the link and added an image.
Below (my signature) has some very useful link regarding deals posting.
They are well worth taking a look at, and hopefully you will post more deals in the future
Again, thanks for posting, and welcome to HUKD.
Kind regards Andy
#2
This is a duplicate post, this is not a picture of the product and it is out of stock.
#3
'bike'? can it legally be called that?
#4
thats an incredible price for a bike.. my pedals alone cost me almost that price :w00t:

i really do think that these should not be on the market. ok i know not everyone who wants a 'mountain' bike uses them for off road riding but theres no way anything like this is going to last even gentle onroad.. id go as far as to say they could be dangerous if used offroad
#5
I was reflecting on the £££ bike thing the other day when I stood in the queue at evans cycle warehouse clearance. I got a great deal on a £800 hardtail mtb for my 12 year old son. Disc brakes, Bomber shocks, super light frame, nice bike. He rides it around the garden! At the same age I used to jump over any of my mates stupid enough to lie next to a ramp made of plywood nicked from a building site proped up on bricks. I used either my brothers purple Grifter, crap brakes, no suspension, cast iron frame or my red Chopper whose weight distribution wasn't geared toward flight. While I am sure this argos bike is probably shockingly bad it will be more than fit for purpose for 99% of the time. That time being sat in the garden shed like most bikes do. I'm voting hot just for the hell of it.
#6
chiliblue
I was reflecting on the £££ bike thing the other day when I stood in the queue at evans cycle warehouse clearance. I got a great deal on a £800 hardtail mtb for my 12 year old son. Disc brakes, Bomber shocks, super light frame, nice bike. He rides it around the garden! At the same age I used to jump over any of my mates stupid enough to lie next to a ramp made of plywood nicked from a building site proped up on bricks. I used either my brothers purple Grifter, crap brakes, no suspension, cast iron frame or my red Chopper whose weight distribution wasn't geared toward flight. While I am sure this argos bike is probably shockingly bad it will be more than fit for purpose for 99% of the time. That time being sat in the garden shed like most bikes do. I'm voting hot just for the hell of it.


Well said - your childhood appears to be similar to my own. There's alot of bike snobbery on this site, I've noticed. 99% of people with a 'mountain bike' would never use it seriously off-road, and the other 1% who are into off-roading would be prepared to spend more than this on a tool for their hobby. As for being 'dangerous', I think that's a bit of an exaggeration. It would not be CE approved if it was dangerous.
#7
chiliblue
I was reflecting on the £££ bike thing the other day when I stood in the queue at evans cycle warehouse clearance. I got a great deal on a £800 hardtail mtb for my 12 year old son. Disc brakes, Bomber shocks, super light frame, nice bike. He rides it around the garden! At the same age I used to jump over any of my mates stupid enough to lie next to a ramp made of plywood nicked from a building site proped up on bricks. I used either my brothers purple Grifter, crap brakes, no suspension, cast iron frame or my red Chopper whose weight distribution wasn't geared toward flight. While I am sure this argos bike is probably shockingly bad it will be more than fit for purpose for 99% of the time. That time being sat in the garden shed like most bikes do. I'm voting hot just for the hell of it.


gotta agree, after writing off a Grifter (red) following a 3 oil barrel jump and getting a spanking new £40 bmx to replace it - my childhood was similar to yours, and for a bike for me to possibly ride on a flat road, or on a cycle path to get some excersise I'm sure I'm not gonna spend £00's on a bike - hot for price for what it is.....

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