pinnacle peak 3.0 2010 399.99 from 599.99@evanscycles - HotUKDeals
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this is a great bike for £400, the spec is acceptable at the rrp and it gets great reviews and feedback as a £600 bike so at £400 its a great buy , ive never owned or rode a pinnacle but have heard people that know a lot more than me about bikes speak highly of them
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#1
would never pay £400 for a bike
#2
alanino64
would never pay £400 for a bike

Have to agree, do people actually pay this sort of money for things without engines?
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alanino64
would never pay £400 for a bike

I don't eat pot noodles.
#4
in my opinion £400 when mountain bikes start to get good quality.
Hot from me !
#5
And we wonder why the UK has an obesity and heart disease problem.
#6
uktottys
alanino64
would never pay £400 for a bike


Have to agree, do people actually pay this sort of money for things without engines?


A Skoda is not the same as a Ferrari. Better quality bike, the greater the price.
#7
uktottys
alanino64
would never pay £400 for a bike


Have to agree, do people actually pay this sort of money for things without engines?


You can pay anything up to £7000 - £8000 for a bike mate!

Excellent deal IMHO.

Edited By: roof30 on Feb 18, 2011 18:37
#8
If you buy a bike like this through the cycle to work scheme you can get up to 50% off, although about 40% is the norm. Was looking at one if these the other day, good bike.
#9
uktottys
alanino64
would never pay £400 for a bike
Have to agree, do people actually pay this sort of money for things without engines?

oO
#10
alanino64 - Feb 18, 2011 17:08
would never pay £400 for a bike

I assume you drive a Tata Nano, wear Asda suits & eat only Tesco Value range food?
#11
inicholson
alanino64 - Feb 18, 2011 17:08
would never pay £400 for a bike

I assume you drive a Tata Nano, wear Asda suits & eat only Tesco Value range food?


:D
#12
alanino64
would never pay £400 for a bike


Who cares ???
#13
strikerman
If you buy a bike like this through the cycle to work scheme you can get up to 50% off, although about 40% is the norm. Was looking at one if these the other day, good bike.


I took up the CTW scheme at my company last year. They have now changed the rules which basically removes any benefit to signing up to the scheme. In essence, be careful when signing up to any company scheme from now on as residual values can remove any tax benefits.

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