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Low price full suspension cycles £50.00 @ SportsDirect

£50.00 @ Sports Direct
£50 for a full suspension bike! Got two the last time they had this offer on and not had a problem with either of them Read More
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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
£50 for a full suspension bike! Got two the last time they had this offer on and not had a problem with either of them
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#1
CHEAP ..... Is the key word.
Would not ride this bike, it would fall apart, just like apollo bikes.
Halford got sued for setting up a bike for a kid and the frame cracked and he bonked his head on a rock and he was injured quite bad.
Save a little more and buy a carrera at least
#2
I bought one of these a couple off weeks ago, really good for the price
#3
canada16
CHEAP ..... Is the key word.
Would not ride this bike, it would fall apart, just like apollo bikes.
Halford got sued for setting up a bike for a kid and the frame cracked and he bonked his head on a rock and he was injured quite bad.
Save a little more and buy a carrera at least


It WILL fall apart. I learnt the hard way a couple of years ago - it lasted a week!!
#4
Its £50 a reason. Cold
#5
i bought one of these for my daughter and the frame has a lifetime guarantee,forks 1 year its made by
universal if that is any help.i would get 1 for myself if it wasnt bright blue and flaming pink.
#6
this bike in 20" version is £150 on universal site,if you wanna spend some more dosh get 1 from them deffo worth 50 squid .
#7
Will you people please stop buying cheap, nasty full-suspension bikes for your kids? If nobody buys them, they'll stop making them and start making more affordable rigid/hard-tail kids bikes.

Yes, the frame has a lifetime guarantee. So when it breaks Universal Cycles will replace it and (once your kids recovered from their injuries) they'll have a nice, shiny, new bike to ride until that one breaks.

Presumably the idea is your kids will learn to hate bikes and not ask for a new one when they outgrow it?

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