Dunlop Special Edition 26 Inch - £69.99 Delivered @ Sports Direct - HotUKDeals
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The Dunlop Special Edition is a stunning bike at an affordable price. Complete with 18 speed twist grip gears, powerful V-brakes and a comfortable dual suspension frame, this bike is not to be missed!!

Dunlop Special Edition Tech Spec

> 18 inch Dual Suspension Steel Frame Mountain Bike
> 18 Speed Twist Grip Gears
> Front and Rear V-Brakes
> 26 inch Alloy Wheels
> Recommended for inside leg measurement 28-34 inches
> Assembled Weight: Approximately 17kgs

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 .

Product code: 932050
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#1
Stunning bike !!! LOL
This thing has got cheap everything and weighs a ton.
Would hate to see the regular edition.
#2
You could certainly stun someone with it if you were strong enough to hit em with the thing.
#3
Sounds good to me for the money they're asking for, have some heat from me.

I'm in the market for a cheap bike, not after anything spectacular, just a normal bike that I can use for some exercise during the summer months.

If you can find a better deal than this please let me know.
#4
The heavier the bike the more energy used, ideal exercise if you want to lose some weight and keep fit. Heat added. Nice price if your not wanting to splash out a lot of cash.


Edited By: Wowhats on Apr 21, 2011 15:13
#5
Same price instore if you want to bench press / pick up one (_;)
#6
Just dont try and do anything even remotely off road on one. I watched some idiot riding one of these cheap bikes being medi-vac'd of a hill side when the forks snapped and sent him down the short way. There has never been a better example of you get what you pay for.
#7
My mum won one of these on a raffle the other week, still sat boxed up in the garage waiting for the annual carboot sale clearout.
Unless of course anyone wants to make a sensible offer?
#8
not after anything spectacular, just a normal bike that I can use for some exercise during the summer months

Buy one with no rear suspension - better still no suspension at all

The heavier the bike the more energy used, ideal exercise if you want to lose some weight and keep fit.

A heavy bike will put you off cycling - it'll just sit and rust in your shed while you watch TV and eat pizza.

There are cheap bikes out there but as long as people continue to think they need full-suspension (you don't unless you plan to go very fast down a steep hill - not something you want to do on a cheap bike) the manufacturers will keep churning out **** like this.
#9
If you can find a better deal than this please let me know.


OK
#10
Build your own :D. I'm gonna start a revolution. It's quite easy and cost effective. I've spend £170 on a really nice hard tail mtb

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