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2013 Dahon Vybe C7a 7 Speed Folding Bike @ Fudges Cycle Store £274.99, RRP £380

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Dahon’s 15-second fold and comfortable performance are legend – and that’s what you get in this 20” folder: convenience and true riding comfort at a surprisingly low price. The Vybe C7A boasts long-la…
tomnewmann Avatar2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago43 Comments
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Shame they bumped up the price on this.

Do you think there's any chance they reduce it back to £260?
Received the bike today, it comes with the rack, side stand and two reflectors on wheels.
Bike looks great.really happy with the purchase,thanks OP.
http://lh5.ggpht.com/_CJY4K6-g7Tk/SaNNpREEMeI/AAAAAAAAADY/WJDJ0CHLhb8/fat%20man%20on%20a%20little%20bike-1.jpg
jellycake
You do love these bikes don't you, ha ha ha!
Maybe I love them; maybe I hate them! Doesn't detract from the fact that small wheels are not "slower".

I know their slower by the bikes I fly past plodding along to the station (I'm no speed queen)
That's simply because you see what you want to see. I "fly past" plenty of folders too - on my folder and full-sized bike. Plenty "fly past" me - whatever bike I'm on. But more importantly, whatever bike I'm on makes no noticeable difference to my journey time. That takes out the enormous factor of variability of riders, not to mention the journeys you see them doing. I would have thought that using drop-handlebars would make me faster but it doesn't seem to, and there's a scientific basis for that, unlike the theory that smalller wheels are slower. You should swallow your pride about "looking like a wally" just once and try out a small-wheeled as you obviously don't believe me.

Their slow and look a bit daft, theres no getting away from that
Daft - shrug - eye of the beholder. But you can say to yourself as many times as you like that they're slower and it won't make it any difference to the fact.

"[Alex Moulton] also recited numerous examples off the top of his head of how Moulton’s bikes had confounded what traditionalists thought a small-wheeled bike could do. Such as:

Setting the world speed record for bicycles with a conventional riding position at 51 mph.
Successfully completing the Race Across America (RAAM) course; 3117 miles in 10 days 15 hours and 1 minute.

In other words, Moulton provided the ultimate answer to the annoying question received by every commuter with 20-inch-wheeled bike:

Don’t those small wheels slow you down?"

Edited By: pibpob on May 07, 2014 16:56
Again evading the numbered questions, saying a two inch bike is the same "work" as a normal bike! Which is why from the first few words, people most of whom are honest and not stupid as some think, will make the correct judgement about them specially face to face or even from texts after a few such utterances. Sad.

I will write a personal message to someone tonight here about the trend on this forum during the last few years and why.
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2012 Met Crossover Uni Mtb/road Helmet RRP £39.99 - £23.99 @ Fudge Cycles Store

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2012 Met Crossover Uni Mtb/road Helmet available for £23.99 delivered at Fudge Cycle Store. Same price I paid at Wiggle a month or 2 back. This is an excellent helmet IMO and according to mo…
hollymia Avatar4y, 1m agoFound 4 years, 1 month ago5 Comments
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people were no doubt voting on the OP

back to suspended...

this guy posts good deals, but is a total ball bag
"hi, i dont get this site either, i see you posted quite a few helmets, like helmets do u? lol"

Hey thanks for the PM badger636.

Yep - love helmets and keeping them polished as you would see from my earlier posts.

Nah - the only reason I have posted them is because IMO they are at very good prices and in most cases, it's better to keep the head covered unless you are pretty certain about the ride you are going to take.

HTH
badger636
lol finished with your rant?

Yes thanks - lol!

Don't really get this site. Offers are pretty easy to find but most people don't post yet mouth off...

It's funny
lol finished with your rant?
Cool - the cold voters and haters are out in force - again!! LOL

It ain't me who misses out but the people who use this site to get a hot deal.

Can't find this anywhere near this price online.

You know, it is pretty easy to find deals, and them post them.

Even easier to vote cold and confirm your inadequacy I guess.

How cold can you non posters make it? I find it funny that people are so sad so H/C - nothing to me - LOL
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Shimano Ultegra build kit road bike groupset from Fudges Cycle Store. RRP £1599.99, now £499.00 including delivery

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Shimano Ultegra Groupset Road Bike Groupset Deal (without Brakes) Our price £499.00 Retail Price £1,599.99 You Save £1,100.99 Shimano Ultegra GXP BB Shimano Ultegra Chainset 6750 50/34…
kebl2555 Avatar4y, 3m agoFound 4 years, 3 months ago86 Comments
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seems like a good deal
^ The next size up was 19", which would also have been Ok for me, but I preferred to have my MTB slightly undersized. With the seat up as high as it goes it fits fine.
skdotcom
A decent branded secondhand bike is gonna be best at the price point you're looking at.

It took me a few months to find a 2ndhand Specialized hardrock for C£100, but they do come up now and again. Otherwise some of the Halfords Carreras on special offer are pretty good.

As for sizing you probably want a 15-17" frame on a mountain bike. I have a 17" frame on a Specialized Hardrock and I'm 5' 10" (although the seat post is up as far as it will go). I have a 20" frame on my hybrid and 56cm on my road bike.

If you're 5 foot 10, then a 17" frame on a mountain bike should be a bit too small, does depend on inside leg measurements though. An 18" frame sounds about right though for someone 5 foot 10.

Edited By: sotomonkey on Aug 28, 2012 01:30
pisces2588
skdotcom
A decent branded secondhand bike is gonna be best at the price point you're looking at.

It took me a few months to find a 2ndhand Specialized hardrock for C£100, but they do come up now and again. Otherwise some of the Halfords Carreras on special offer are pretty good.

As for sizing you probably want a 15-17" frame on a mountain bike. I have a 17" frame on a Specialized Hardrock and I'm 5' 10" (although the seat post is up as far as it will go). I have a 20" frame on my hybrid and 56cm on my road bike.

You are right, I found some Specialized hardrock for C£100 as well, but I am actually looking for a hybrid as I will use my bike on the road most of the time.

I found a carrera Kraken (pictured below so that people in the know could tell me which year and version it is) at £70, though it has got a missing pedal, handlebar and a broken spoke at behind the wheel. I quite like it as the original price of Krakens are about 400-500 pounds, though I am not sure what version of Kraken is this one. It has 3 previous owners too, that is what worries me as it pretty much indicates the age and the condition of the bike.

Apart from the Kraken, I also found used Specialized Sirrus at around £150 and TREK FX 7.0-7.2 at around £150 as well. Just wondering which of the 3 is my best bet? Would it be better to buy the Carrera Kraken at £70 and take it to a bike shop to change the 3 faults (which maybe cost below £100).

I urgently need advice.. thanks

Carrera Kraken
http://is03.thegumtree.com/image/big/148017987.jpg

What do you want to use the bike for? Sirrus is a hybrid whereas Kraken is a MTB.
Also if you buy 2nd hand make sure it's legit and not a nicked bike. I would definitely get the Sirrus over the Kraken when it comes down to it. Just got myself a Sirrus Comp, can't wait to ride it.

Wouldn't trust any bike from Sportsdirect to be honest, nor Asda. Halfords actually have some really decent bikes (Carrera and Boardman.etc), so you might wanna look at them. I could sell you a Carrea Subway LTD edition if you wanted :-P

EDIT: Just noticed you bought a Trek.. good move!

Edited By: tianuk3 on Aug 25, 2012 23:51
skdotcom
A decent branded secondhand bike is gonna be best at the price point you're looking at.

It took me a few months to find a 2ndhand Specialized hardrock for C£100, but they do come up now and again. Otherwise some of the Halfords Carreras on special offer are pretty good.

As for sizing you probably want a 15-17" frame on a mountain bike. I have a 17" frame on a Specialized Hardrock and I'm 5' 10" (although the seat post is up as far as it will go). I have a 20" frame on my hybrid and 56cm on my road bike.

You are right, I found some Specialized hardrock for C£100 as well, but I am actually looking for a hybrid as I will use my bike on the road most of the time.

I found a carrera Kraken (pictured below so that people in the know could tell me which year and version it is) at £70, though it has got a missing pedal, handlebar and a broken spoke at behind the wheel. I quite like it as the original price of Krakens are about 400-500 pounds, though I am not sure what version of Kraken is this one. It has 3 previous owners too, that is what worries me as it pretty much indicates the age and the condition of the bike.

Apart from the Kraken, I also found used Specialized Sirrus at around £150 and TREK FX 7.0-7.2 at around £150 as well. Just wondering which of the 3 is my best bet? Would it be better to buy the Carrera Kraken at £70 and take it to a bike shop to change the 3 faults (which maybe cost below £100).

I urgently need advice.. thanks

Carrera Kraken
http://is03.thegumtree.com/image/big/148017987.jpg

Edited By: pisces2588 on Aug 25, 2012 00:44
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2011 Smart Lunar LED 35 Lux Front Light (inc. Batt) £24.99 @ Fudges Cycle Store

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Cheapest deal i could find for this light. Gets decent reviews on chain reaction cycles http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Models.aspx?ModelID=42466 and amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/product-re…
blackjak Avatar6y, 3w agoFound 6 years, 3 weeks ago2 Comments
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I thought so too.

£45.99 - Evans Cycles
£34.99 - ChainReactionCycles
£47.98 - Halfords
£40.49 - Wiggle

It's probably being voted cold as you can get some piece of crap 25 led thing from dealextreme for 25p!
why is this cold?

imo £25 including p&p is a good price for a 35lux light
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