Muddyfox Pace Road Bike £160 (RRP £349.99) - SportsDirect.com - HotUKDeals
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I just received an email from SportsDirect with their latest daily deals. Amid the humdrum of the usual stuff, I noticed this bike. As Muddyfox have a good reputation for mountain bikes, I thought that this looked like a decent deal for what's on offer!

NOTE: The bike isn't actually available until the 26th July

Muddyfox Pace Road Bike

The Muddyfox Pace is a spectacular road bike for novice and intermediate road riders. Built around a lightweight alloy frame and packed with features this is the ideal bike for commuting, racing or fitness.

Muddyfox Pace Bike Tech Spec
> Lightweight Alloy Road Bike Frame
> Rigid Front forks
> 14 Speed Shimano Gears with Shimano Down-Tube shifters
> Front & Rear Alloy Calliper Brakes
> 700C Alloy Wheels - front Quick release
> Available in a 54 & 58cm frame sizes.

Recommended inside leg measurement:
> 54cm/21" frame: 28 - 34 inches
> 58cm/23" frame: 30 - 36 inches
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#1
Why voted cold???
#2
Muddyfox now isnt the same as the bikes with a good rep years ago. I think the name was bought by Sportsdirect.
#3
As Muddyfox have a good reputation for mountain bikes...

Used to have.
1 Like #4
Before the usual ponsy pontiffs pontificate, which other bike is better value....like for like?
It is so annoying when all you lot ever do is moan but add nothing as an alternative.
Stop it!!!!!
#5
sowotsdis
Before the usual ponsy pontiffs pontificate, which other bike is better value....like for like?
It is so annoying when all you lot ever do is moan but add nothing as an alternative.
Stop it!!!!!

Almost anything from Decathlon.

I wouldn't touch a modern "Muddy Fox" with a bargepole. Just reading the spec tells me this is a heavy heap of junk which will likely not ride properly when new and start to fall apart soon after.
#6
sowotsdis
Before the usual ponsy pontiffs pontificate, which other bike is better value....like for like?
It is so annoying when all you lot ever do is moan but add nothing as an alternative.
Stop it!!!!!

One that'll last 6 years instead of 6 months...

Gears are A050 (crappest of the crappest of Shimano tech), rest wont be much better quality either.
1 Like #7
Are we saying this not a good deal then...
#8
It would be okay as a winter training bike - the extra weight will make you stronger and if you fall off a few times who cares about scratching it !!!

The only problem is that it will probably fall apart during its first winter - hey ho!

Edited By: Macdory on Jul 03, 2012 18:28
2 Likes #9
You have to buy a carbon fibre bike dipped in liquid titanium frogspawn alloy with authentic Italian Schemanzo accessories otherwise it's not really a bike and it will fall apart or kill you as soon as you get on it. Plus it has to cost more than a thousand pounds to be a real bike. Anyone who reads Hotukdeals for bike knows this by now, surely?

By the way, for those of you getting excited about Schemanzo, it's not a real brand, I made it up.

Seriously, Decathlon stuff is pretty good imho :)
#10
littld
Seriously, Decathlon stuff is pretty good imho :)

Agreed - their 8.1 MTB is one of the best value for money entry level mountain bikes around

You get a lot of good/reasonable kit for your money. At least when you buy one of their bikes you don't have to consider upgrading anything straight away, and you can just upgrade as things wear out.
1 Like #11
Hi guys,
I bought this 18 months ago and ride it 3/4 times a week. It's by no means perfect and a little heavy compared with the my other half's merida. But it's not bad. The downshifters are ok when you get used to them and the gear changing is accurate and direct, less angles for the cable to negotiate. I paid 150 and have no regrets.
#12
Hi.
I was looking at this bike aswell. I'm looking for i bike just to ride to school and back, thats 3.5 km daily and a maximum of 10 km but rarely. Can it be use o that purpose or is it to craby!
And what about this bike here, is this one even worse: Viking Phantom Bike Senior, http://www.sportsdirect.com/viking-phantom-bike-senior-933101

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