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2012 Ridgeback Voyage Touring Bicycle. £670.35 delivered @ Real Cycles

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2012 Ridgeback Voyage Touring Bicycle. The price for these at other retailers varies from £850 (RRP) to £750, so a very good saving. It is a steel frame, unlike many so called 'tourers', so is str…
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I have clicked expired as this has now risen to £704.89 delivered, which is still a good price compared to other suppliers but an increase on the original 'hot deal'.
Its worth emailing the company and trying to get more off. Evans priced matched a bike at £1950 (roubaix comp) which they had for sale at £2200 with cyclestore. When I emailed cyclestore stating that I would buy from evans if they were not a able to improve upn their price they shaved £150 of it!

Reckon you could get a further £70 off or poss some free extras - always worth the ask!
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Decent price. I don't think it's impossible to make alloy (or, if you were daft, carbon) frames strong enough to take heavily laden panniers when touring, but steel is a very sensible material to use.
The main reason for steel being mainly used on touring cycles is that if you are touring in the back of beyond and you are unlucky enough to damage your frame, even the most far flung areas have facilities for welding steel. This cannot be said for aluminium or carbon.

There are several budget priced tourers with aluminium frames, but if you can find a bike with a steel frame for this price, it is worth giving it serious consideration.
Not sure why this is getting voted cold; it's a decent deal for a good tourer.

I had this on my shortlist, but ended up buying a Jamis instead. At this price, I might have gone with the Ridgeback.
Decent price. I don't think it's impossible to make alloy (or, if you were daft, carbon) frames strong enough to take heavily laden panniers when touring, but steel is a very sensible material to use.
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