Dual Suspension Adult Gents Bike - £50 @ SportsDirect - HotUKDeals
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This dual suspension model is another quality cycle from the Dunlop Sport range. Specification includes Alloy rims, V-Brakes, Suspension frame and forks and 15 speed twist grip gears.

> Suitable for 12 Years and Upwards
> Frame size: 18 Inches
> Suspension Forks
> 26 Inch Alloy Wheels
> Black Vinyl Weather Resistant
> Upswept Handlebars
> Front & Rear V Brakes
> 15 speed Twist Grip

Direct link http://www.sportsdirect.com/Products/SD/PID-Dunlop+Dual+Suspension+Adult+Gents+Bike-721085.aspx
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nice find and welcome
indeed a great spot...free delivery too :santa:
ahhem can I just add the ladies is £50 too :)
Not to bad looking either

:whistling:[COLOR="Red"][SIZE="4"]DON'T FORGET QUIDCO 12%[/SIZE][/COLOR]:santa:
HUbby is looking for a bike can anyone tell me what height of person this is suitable for?
Suitable for inside leg 29" to 33", ages 12+

Thats the info from the Dunlop Rigid Gents Bike but should be applicable to most the mens bikes....
Who would buy a bike so cheap? You wouldn't risk your children in a car worth £50.....and so on.....I SAID IT FIRST...SO I AM AS EXCELLENT AS THOSE WHO USUALLY SAY THIS! (voted hot for the deal by the way)
I prefer smaller bikes - 26inch would suit me and I'm 5ft 11 and 16 stone.

And so you know - dual suspension are awful on the roads. You will be adding extra work in your cycling.

http://www.sportsdirect.com/Products/SD/PID-Dunlop+Rigid+Gents+Bike-721074.aspx is also £50 and would be my choice if you aren't going on anything rougher than a uneven grass field for example

If you want to go 'rock hopping' then a dual suspension is what you need but this £50 bike will probably snap.

HOWEVER; if you have a kid who wants a dual suspension bike (cus I think they are the fashion) and they know no better then this is a good deal. Hot.
Who would buy a bike so cheap? You wouldn't risk your children in a car worth £50.....and so on.....I SAID IT FIRST...SO I AM AS EXCELLENT AS THOSE WHO USUALLY SAY THIS! (voted hot for the deal by the way)

My bike gets stolen every 6 months or so. So I would.

Yes I do lock it up. But I wouldn't risk a £500+ bike for commuting. So extra the work in having a heavier and less refined when you weigh it up in monetary terms is worth imho.

I think comparing this to a £50 car is wrong. Maybe a £500 car - yes. Cars aren't bikes.
HUbby is looking for a bike can anyone tell me what height of person this is suitable for?

Im 5' 8" with a 32" leg and i use an 18" frame, Dont know if this helps. Would not want to do offroading on that bike, The thing would fall apart as soon as it seen a hill.
Flamin' hot price!!! Sure, it's not a Cannondale, but it's only £44 (with Quidco)! Shame I don't need one.
Is there any way to get free delivery on this item?
Is there any way to get free delivery on this item?

I think I have just answered my own question - I added "Snooker Chalk Pack" for 1.00 and that has given me free P&P
I have just measured my 10 year old daughters inside leg & it is 24 inches, can someone guide me to the correct size bike? I have been looking at the dual suspension.
Thanks in advance
At least nobody will steal this
I'm with geeadamg on this one....would much rather have the rigid bike for the same money. This thing''s gonna weigh a tonne, make riding on road a dog, offer little real suspension off road (and make climbing a nightmare..) and probably fall to pieces if put through anything really rough...It also looks fancier than the rigid bike, so is more likely to get nicked.

Could make your money work a lot better for you looking on ebay/freecycle/gumtree/police auctions etc. Bikes have shockingly poor second hand value, so could pick up something 10x as good as this for your £50. I can understand the appeal of a new bike, that cheap, but it really doesn't look like the best investment. Heat added, though, because I'd say the same things about this bike at £100, so I guess, in a way, it's a good price.
Is there any way to get free delivery on this item?

Delivery is free on all orders over £50
I think Mike Ashley only wants the Newcastle fans to buy these - those 10p brake systems (that the expert Cyclists on here always preach about) should reduce the population of Newcastle in no time at all, allowing his to remain owner of Newcastle FC without opposition afterall.

I was looking for a cheap bike for a long time (have a few of my own in garage) but decided to spend big money on a Kona and will never bother with cheap and nasty heavy bikes again. My watch list on Ebay is about 200 bikes (£600+) Marin's, Kona's, GT's, once you buy a GOOD bike - you get hooked! When you buy a cheap bike - it puts you off cycling - they are too much effort and you end up with a garage full of them. (trust me, I was just like you lot a few weeks ago - now I travel 100 miles a week by bike and love it)

I have voted hot because it is a good price for a kids bike (I did months of research and this is a very very good price for a basic bike)
I got one earlier in the year but in red from Halfords. The gearing is such that whatever you choose, you're pedaling at high resistance to not go very fast. Good if you want a really long and hard workout rather than for travelling :P
Sorry but for this quality of bike I think you are better off in the small ads paper where you can regularly get a second hand bike for £10-£30. (leaving you a few quid to service it / pay for it to be serviced).

These are cheap for a reason, heavy, will rust quick and cheap parts that wear out quickly.

I'm not a bike snob, but if you want a 'throw away' style bike get secondhand and re'cycle' (sic!)

I will however vote warm as its a low price for one of these cheapy bikes and some people may want it I guess...
Ordered Christmas socks with this (99p) to get free delivery.

Thanks. (heat & rep left)
just got it from my local store, pink for my wife. I will update once I assemble it.

49.99.......like the price.

heat n rep added.
Is there any way to get free delivery on this item?

ALMOST buy the Umbro washbag and as your order is over £50 get free delivery , so no but you can reduce it to £1
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At least nobody will steal this

You'd have to be pretty dopey to buy it, never mind steal it :)
good price..

any good articles to learn about preventive measures from stealing your bike? my friend has lost two of his bikes even though he has put it locked and safe !!
think people like bikes better than cars :thinking:
I assembled mine, satisfied with the quality at this price ( I would not expect more at this price)

Only issue is, I had to remove the front brake to fit the wheel, and can't put the brake back properly. The manual is not very good. Will work on it more tomm afternoon.

Any tips will be helpful.

My wife is very happy with the gift.
Thanks OP :-)
Add some Xmas socks for 99p and get free delivery, and some rather nice raindeer socks to boot. Just order mine :)
not everyone can afford £500 for a bike, I might be ordering this tomorrow it looks great for the price, went to sports world to have a browse yesterday and it looks pretty decent, not overly happy with the type of brakes but what can you expect for price. Voted hot =]

Not sure if this is the proper formula but I read somewhere a while back:
(26" wheels / 2)+18" frame = 31" height, so measure inside leg
Had socks delivered this morning, with no bike.

Delivery note shows out of stock for bike.
its not about being a bike snob - its about buying something that is actually fit for the purpose you want it for. most people buying these bikes would be much better with a hybrid or touring bike, but people don't think they look as cool - understandable for kids but adults should know better surely. thinks about all the bits that go into a bike and then wonder how much they must have spent on each part in order to charge you fifty quid for it - is that really something you want to be riding around at speed on public roads around cars etc.

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