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Felt Q200 Mountain Bike - £219.99 Delivered @ JeJamesCycles

£219.99 @ jejamescycles
Was looking for a 2nd MTB for the winter and came across this bike. Very decent spec for the money and will be good enough for some light to medium trails. To get these size ranges available, the… Read More
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
Was looking for a 2nd MTB for the winter and came across this bike. Very decent spec for the money and will be good enough for some light to medium trails.

To get these size ranges available, the next cheapest would be at Evanscycles and they do it for £275. so this is a great saving.

Can anyone add a bigger pic for me?
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#2
Looks good for the money - maybe spend a bit more and get disc brakes. Fine for the occasional user.
#3
And If you want to get it from Evans they will happily price match JeJamesCycles. JeJamesCycles are for this reason one of my fav shops but I have never purchased from them ;)
#4
Thanks for the pic. Repped mate.
#5
#6
tony2311


They're all pretty similarly spec;d at this price point. The difference is how you feel when you're riding it so testing them is recommended if possible,

Only thing I want to add is the Specialized is a singlespeed so it has no gears so if you live near hills, I wouldnt recommend that. Also these are MTBs so if you are using it for mostly roads and parks, I would recommend slick tyres to give you more grip as we move into the winter
#7
Thanks for the reply, i am sure like many others have not clue up on bikes, I when to see the carrera yesterday, it looks nice but it weights around 30lb is that a lot?
Running gear wise which one got the better spec apart from the disc brake. Love the colour of the felt but unsure what the components are compare to carrera
#8
Hey Tony, The components of the Felt and Carerra is quite similar quality-wise with the Felt maybe edging it.

The key difference for me is the prestige. Having a Felt is cool!

In terms of purely on the brand name. A Felt would like a Mercedes and a Carerra would be a Ford.
#9
I have a Felt Q220, and love it - heat and rep added, bargain price for a top brand.
#10
Toybhoy
They're all pretty similarly spec;d at this price point. The difference is how you feel when you're riding it so testing them is recommended if possible,

Only thing I want to add is the Specialized is a singlespeed so it has no gears so if you live near hills, I wouldnt recommend that. Also these are MTBs so if you are using it for mostly roads and parks, I would recommend slick tyres to give you more grip as we move into the winter


The centrum elite has the three speed internal hub gears, the black sport model is the single speed version. I don't know if the gear ratios on the elite differ from the sport but my sport is a bit too low geared to be honest.
#11
I'm considering getting a Rockrider 5.3 - http://http://www.decathlon.co.uk/EN/rockrider-5-3-34963817/

Which is the better bike? NB: I'm going to be using it almost exclusively on tarmac.
#12
the only thing wrong (not that there is anything wrong about it) is that the b'twn has mechanical disc brakes. if it had hydraulic disc brakes, it would be perfect in my opinion. it's a great bike with good reviews.
#13
Mine just came in. Really really like the look of it so far and will be taking it out for a test ride this weekend.
#14
I had the same choice a few weeks ago. I went for the HardRock in the end at £250.
Wasnt too keen on the 28/38/48 on the Felt, and the odd sizing of 17.5 , 19.5.
IT has been £220 for at least 6 weeks.
#15
spurious
I'm considering getting a Rockrider 5.3 - http://http://www.decathlon.co.uk/EN/rockrider-5-3-34963817/

Which is the better bike? NB: I'm going to be using it almost exclusively on tarmac.


get a hybrid then surely
#16
I love it when there are bike deals on here.

Particularly ones like this I can refer the' £60 dual suspension disc brake deal brigade' to as a decent proper bike.

Jejames are decent, bought bits and bobs from them over the years with no problems. Their 'free delivery' takes ages longer than Merlin/Chainreaction/Wiggle/Woolly Hat shop's free postage though.
#17
Looks like a good bike for the money. I'm currently waiting for my insurance company to decide what they want to do about my stolen bike, if they pay out I think I'll get one of these.
#18
Where can I find cheapest folding bike?
#19
i got my giant alliance 1 disc from j e james and they were really not very good. maybe it was just the rotherham branch who couldnt care less but it took the best part of 8 weeks for them to send me the bike and this was after several phone calls to people who were actually quite rude and also several emails.

they had the bike for a very good price which is why i got it from them, they do the cycle scheme so as i wanted my bike through the cycle scheme i ended up getting a bike which retails at £1100 for £50 per month for 12 months. however if you are going thrrough the cycle scheme with j e james, dont be suprised if they mess everything up and delay everything, they didnt even know their own cycle scheme reference number, i had to phone the scheme direct and put in a complaint in the end.

moan over, the op has found a good price, i would get evans to price match it.
#20
brum
i got my giant alliance 1 disc from j e james and they were really not very good. maybe it was just the rotherham branch who couldnt care less but it took the best part of 8 weeks for them to send me the bike and this was after several phone calls to people who were actually quite rude and also several emails.

they had the bike for a very good price which is why i got it from them, they do the cycle scheme so as i wanted my bike through the cycle scheme i ended up getting a bike which retails at £1100 for £50 per month for 12 months. however if you are going thrrough the cycle scheme with j e james, dont be suprised if they mess everything up and delay everything, they didnt even know their own cycle scheme reference number, i had to phone the scheme direct and put in a complaint in the end.

moan over, the op has found a good price, i would get evans to price match it.

For capital letters just hold the up arrow when typing the letter! Let's not even get on to punctuation.

Hot deal on the bike by the way.
#21
Besford
For capital letters just hold the up arrow when typing the letter! Let's not even get on to punctuation.

Hot deal on the bike by the way.


oh look either one of the rude people from the rotherham branch or a self imposed internet 'police officer'.

either way, your trolling .
banned#22
Toybhoy
Hey Tony, The components of the Felt and Carerra is quite similar quality-wise with the Felt maybe edging it.

The key difference for me is the prestige. Having a Felt is cool!

In terms of purely on the brand name. A Felt would like a Mercedes and a Carerra would be a Ford.


I like that analogy....this is a smart car which is made by Mercedes....and the carrera Fury is a focus ST200.

PS I did vote this hot, good brand at a budget price
#23
brum
oh look either one of the rude people from the rotherham branch or a self imposed internet 'police officer'.

either way, your trolling .

Self appointed police officer - sometimes known as a pedant!

BTW "your" should be "you're" or "you are".
#24
Toybhoy
Hey Tony, The components of the Felt and Carerra is quite similar quality-wise with the Felt maybe edging it.

The key difference for me is the prestige. Having a Felt is cool!

In terms of purely on the brand name. A Felt would like a Mercedes and a Carerra would be a Ford.


Felt is more VW and Carrerra a Daewoo.
#25
brum
i got my giant alliance 1 disc from j e james and they were really not very good. maybe it was just the rotherham branch who couldnt care less but it took the best part of 8 weeks for them to send me the bike and this was after several phone calls to people who were actually quite rude and also several emails.

they had the bike for a very good price which is why i got it from them, they do the cycle scheme so as i wanted my bike through the cycle scheme i ended up getting a bike which retails at £1100 for £50 per month for 12 months. however if you are going thrrough the cycle scheme with j e james, dont be suprised if they mess everything up and delay everything, they didnt even know their own cycle scheme reference number, i had to phone the scheme direct and put in a complaint in the end.

moan over, the op has found a good price, i would get evans to price match it.


If it's the Cycleshceme.co.uk system, the cock-up is little to do with JE James. They just write the quote - it's your employer that processes it. The bike shop then just gets the bike ready once you let them know that your voucher has arrived.

Golaboots888
Felt is more VW and Carrerra a Daewoo.


Agreed. The earlier analogy was a huge injustice to Ford :whistling:
#26
Good deal, voted hot. Beware that Jejames have loads of stuff shown on their site, that when you order is not in stock. I've had 4 orders cancelled this year because of this.

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