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Jamis Quest Comp 2014 £550.00 @ Evans Cycles

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2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
Reynolds 520 steel frame
Carbon composite fork
Shimano Sora derailleurs and shifters, 3x9
23lbs/10.4kg

Available in 54, 56 and 58cm, £9.99 for delivery. You'd be hard pressed to find a new steel frame for less than this.
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#1
You could push for a Tiagra triple butted bike for this.
#2
rev6
You could push for a Tiagra triple butted bike for this.

Such as?
#5
MilkTheFrog
rev6
You could push for a Tiagra triple butted bike for this.

Such as?

http://www.merlincycles.com/ridley-r6-el-road-bike-61377.html
#6
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
You could push for a Tiagra triple butted bike for this.

Such as?

http://www.merlincycles.com/ridley-r6-el-road-bike-61377.html

Also an aluminium frame. I'm not saying it's for everyone, but if you do prefer the ride of steel this does seem like a good deal.
#7
MilkTheFrog
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
You could push for a Tiagra triple butted bike for this.

Such as?

http://www.merlincycles.com/ridley-r6-el-road-bike-61377.html

Also an aluminium frame. I'm not saying it's for everyone, but if you do prefer the ride of steel this does seem like a good deal.

A much better bike for less.
#8
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
You could push for a Tiagra triple butted bike for this.

Such as?

http://www.merlincycles.com/ridley-r6-el-road-bike-61377.html

Also an aluminium frame. I'm not saying it's for everyone, but if you do prefer the ride of steel this does seem like a good deal.

A much better bike for less.

I don't see how that contradicts what i said? Unless you have an unlimited budget, buying a bike is always a compromise. You have to choose which components are more important to you, and some people prefer the ride quality of steel frames. To those people, this is a pretty good deal considering the cost of other steel framed bikes and the respectable spec of the rest of the parts.
#9
MilkTheFrog
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
You could push for a Tiagra triple butted bike for this.

Such as?

http://www.merlincycles.com/ridley-r6-el-road-bike-61377.html

Also an aluminium frame. I'm not saying it's for everyone, but if you do prefer the ride of steel this does seem like a good deal.

A much better bike for less.

I don't see how that contradicts what i said? Unless you have an unlimited budget, buying a bike is always a compromise. You have to choose which components are more important to you, and some people prefer the ride quality of steel frames. To those people, this is a pretty good deal considering the cost of other steel framed bikes and the respectable spec of the rest of the parts.

But obviously I'm not the only one that thinks this isn't a good deal. Steel is cheaper to make anyway. This isn't a good deal, steel or not.
#10
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
You could push for a Tiagra triple butted bike for this.

Such as?

http://www.merlincycles.com/ridley-r6-el-road-bike-61377.html

Also an aluminium frame. I'm not saying it's for everyone, but if you do prefer the ride of steel this does seem like a good deal.

A much better bike for less.

I don't see how that contradicts what i said? Unless you have an unlimited budget, buying a bike is always a compromise. You have to choose which components are more important to you, and some people prefer the ride quality of steel frames. To those people, this is a pretty good deal considering the cost of other steel framed bikes and the respectable spec of the rest of the parts.

But obviously I'm not the only one that thinks this isn't a good deal. Steel is cheaper to make anyway. This isn't a good deal, steel or not.

It's a steel that makes this a good deal, so that statement doesn't really apply. And evidently you haven't seen the price of any similarly specced bikes. But regardless, it's clearly not an important enough factor for a lot of people here so let's agree to disagree.
#11
MilkTheFrog
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
You could push for a Tiagra triple butted bike for this.

Such as?

http://www.merlincycles.com/ridley-r6-el-road-bike-61377.html

Also an aluminium frame. I'm not saying it's for everyone, but if you do prefer the ride of steel this does seem like a good deal.

A much better bike for less.

I don't see how that contradicts what i said? Unless you have an unlimited budget, buying a bike is always a compromise. You have to choose which components are more important to you, and some people prefer the ride quality of steel frames. To those people, this is a pretty good deal considering the cost of other steel framed bikes and the respectable spec of the rest of the parts.

But obviously I'm not the only one that thinks this isn't a good deal. Steel is cheaper to make anyway. This isn't a good deal, steel or not.

It's a steel that makes this a good deal, so that statement doesn't really apply. And evidently you haven't seen the price of any similarly specced bikes. But regardless, it's clearly not an important enough factor for a lot of people here so let's agree to disagree.

Just had a quick look. Here is a better bike (imo) for less: http://www.wiggle.co.uk/eastway-st10-apex-2013-1/
#12
You could buy a car for that price
#13
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
You could push for a Tiagra triple butted bike for this.

Such as?

http://www.merlincycles.com/ridley-r6-el-road-bike-61377.html

Also an aluminium frame. I'm not saying it's for everyone, but if you do prefer the ride of steel this does seem like a good deal.

A much better bike for less.

I don't see how that contradicts what i said? Unless you have an unlimited budget, buying a bike is always a compromise. You have to choose which components are more important to you, and some people prefer the ride quality of steel frames. To those people, this is a pretty good deal considering the cost of other steel framed bikes and the respectable spec of the rest of the parts.

But obviously I'm not the only one that thinks this isn't a good deal. Steel is cheaper to make anyway. This isn't a good deal, steel or not.

It's a steel that makes this a good deal, so that statement doesn't really apply. And evidently you haven't seen the price of any similarly specced bikes. But regardless, it's clearly not an important enough factor for a lot of people here so let's agree to disagree.

Just had a quick look. Here is a better bike (imo) for less: http://www.wiggle.co.uk/eastway-st10-apex-2013-1/

Nice find, but only the X Small size is available. You can find other sizes for twice that.

Edited By: MilkTheFrog on Jul 31, 2014 16:48: more info
#14
MilkTheFrog
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
MilkTheFrog
rev6
You could push for a Tiagra triple butted bike for this.

Such as?

http://www.merlincycles.com/ridley-r6-el-road-bike-61377.html

Also an aluminium frame. I'm not saying it's for everyone, but if you do prefer the ride of steel this does seem like a good deal.

A much better bike for less.

I don't see how that contradicts what i said? Unless you have an unlimited budget, buying a bike is always a compromise. You have to choose which components are more important to you, and some people prefer the ride quality of steel frames. To those people, this is a pretty good deal considering the cost of other steel framed bikes and the respectable spec of the rest of the parts.

But obviously I'm not the only one that thinks this isn't a good deal. Steel is cheaper to make anyway. This isn't a good deal, steel or not.

It's a steel that makes this a good deal, so that statement doesn't really apply. And evidently you haven't seen the price of any similarly specced bikes. But regardless, it's clearly not an important enough factor for a lot of people here so let's agree to disagree.

Just had a quick look. Here is a better bike (imo) for less: http://www.wiggle.co.uk/eastway-st10-apex-2013-1/

Nice find, but only the X Small size is available. You can find other sizes for twice that.

Didn't see that.
banned#15
I'm surprised that a bike costing over £500 hasn't been voted insanely hot by the bike snobs.
#16
Villa
I'm surprised that a bike costing over £500 hasn't been voted insanely hot by the bike snobs.
yeah better spend the money on season ticket.

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