Dunlop Signature Series Vista 26 Inch Mountain Bike Ladies at Sports Direct for £95 - HotUKDeals
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Dunlop Signature Series Vista 26 Inch Mountain Bike Ladies was 239.99 now 95.00 only

The Ladies Dunlop Signature Series Vista 26 Inch Mountain Bike is part of the Dunlop Signature Series and is built with quality and value in mind. This mountain bike comes complete with 18 speed twist grip gears, alloy wheels, twin disc brakes and a striking paint finish.

Dunlop Vista Tech Spec

> 18 inch Dual Suspension Steel Frame Mountain Bike
> 18 Speed Twist Grip Gears
> Front and Rear Mechanical Disc Brakes
> 26 inch Painted Alloy Wheels
> Recommended for inside leg measurement 28-34 inches
> Assembled Weight: Approximately 16kgs

Please note
All of our bikes are sold part constructed. Please be aware therefore that you will be required to fit certain parts and make setup adjustments to components such as the gears and brakes prior to use and also on an ongoing basis for maintenance purposes. We have a specialist customer service help line that will help with any issues concerning this or any other queries you may have, available on 0845 129 9248.

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how come its going cold?
how come its going cold?
Rubbish bike at a rubbish price
The cheapest mountain bike that's not complete rubbish is the Decathlon Rockrider 5.0 for £99. Anything else new at this price is a waste of money.

The Rockrider is still cheap, but a) it's decent enough for occasional use, b) it will be properly set up by Decathlon, c) if it breaks, it can be fixed if you take it back to Decathlon, and d) it won't be a rusty heap of junk 6 months after you've bought it.
how come its going cold?
Because it's ****.
It's great that the Tour Due France and Olympics are making cycling popular, but crap bikes like this will put off a rider who could have potentially become an avid cyclist.
We stock an incredible range of "mountain bikes" online at

There, fixed it. Works better if you visualise a middle manager doing the 'bunny ears' quotation thing.

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