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Muddyfox Hustle 26" Bike - £125.00 *Delivered To Store* @ Tesco Direct

£125.00 @ Tesco Direct
Half price deal, please leave a comment to give your thoughts on it! If you enjoy cycling across rough, cross-country terrains the 26” Hustle bike from Muddyfox is ideal, with a lightweight al… Read More
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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
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If you enjoy cycling across rough, cross-country terrains the 26” Hustle bike from Muddyfox is ideal, with a lightweight alloy dual suspension frame, this aerodynamic bike will allow you to comfortably cycle across un-even ground and it’s great for jumps and riding fast downhill too.

This stylish metallic blue adults’ mountain bike comes with 18-speed Shimano gears and twist grip controls for easier gear changes, this bike will provide you with a smoother, more reliable ride every time.

With front and rear disc brakes, you’ll have the freedom to enjoy the Hustle bike all year round, these powerful brakes give a more progressive and effective braking system that’s works in all weather conditions.
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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Terrible, weights 80 lbs and will rust and fall apart,
Spend the extra and buy at least a carrera or boardman bike from halfrauds
#2
Whats the Apollo bikes like from Halfords? They have a sale on them at the moment
#3
If you enjoy cycling across rough, cross-country terrains then do not buy this bike.

FTFY ;)
Also for any other kind of cycling, do not buy.
roughly (just making this up)
do not get any suspension under £200
do not get full suspension under about £400
because they're worse than nothing
#4
full suspension for under 400 more like 800 at the least
Smiff
If you enjoy cycling across rough, cross-country terrains then do not buy this bike.FTFY ;)Also for any other kind of cycling, do not buy.roughly (just making this up)do not get any suspension under £200do not get full suspension under about £400because they're worse than nothing
#5
i was trying to avoid being a called a "bike snob", but yes.
now i'm going out for a ride :)
#6
chrisredmayne
Whats the Apollo bikes like from Halfords? They have a sale on them at the moment


Are you looking for a bike to buy? What's the intended use? How much can you spend?

Give us a few details and we can probably suggest a couple of options.
#7
Yeah, I'd only really be using it to get to my dads every other week which would be a ten minute ride and maybe down the beach in the summer, nothing to extreme. Was thinking 200 tops!
#8
Yeah, I'd only really be using it to get to my dads every other week which would be a ten minute ride and maybe down the beach in the summer, nothing to extreme. Was thinking 200 tops!
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I'm not recommending you buy this, but it weighs 17kg (37lbs), not 80 lbs, unless Canada has invented a new conversion ratio I'm not aware of.

canada16
Terrible, weights 80 lbs and will rust and fall apart,
Spend the extra and buy at least a carrera or boardman bike from halfrauds


Also it shouldn't rust if it's made of aluminium alloy . . . unless Canada uses a periodic table I'm not aware of.

Edited By: graym3546 on Mar 14, 2011 15:32
#10
It's not aluminium, probably a Cro-Molly steel alloy, and 17Kg is very heavy for a bike. The real problem is that a full-suss bike has a lot of complicated bits and pieces to go wrong, and in this price range they will go wrong very quickly.
#11
if your budget is under £200 i'd recommend looking for a 2nd hand hardtail. take a friend if you're not sure yourself what's good.

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