Reebok Voyager City & Town Bike 20" Half Price @ Halfords £169.99 - HotUKDeals
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All Reebox bikes are half price at the moment.
Cant say I know to much about bikes, but it gets good reviews so thought it was worth posting.

Reebok Voyager City & Town Bike 20"

The Reebok Voyager City & Town Bike is a great looking, lightweight aluminium bike offering you 700c tyres for faster acceleration and easier road and trail riding.
Reebok Voyager City & Town Bike Product Description

The Reebok Voyager Bike stands out from the crowd with its stylish black hybrid frame.

The Reebok Voyager is part of the Reebok range of bikes, created with the sporty and recreational rider in mind. As this is a City & Town bike, the Reebok Voyager offers you the best of both worlds, being fast and light on the road but with the traction suitable for you to ride along paths and trail riding.

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Features & Benefits of the Reebok Voyager City & Town Bike

* Lightweight aluminium frame for a faster and easier ride
* Rigid frame without suspension for a smoother faster ride on roads
* 21 speed Shimano gearing providing faster hill-climbing and better acceleration
* Front and rear V-brakes offering efficient braking
* Alloy wheel rims featuring 700cc Hybrid tyres
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#1
£169.99?????????
#2
Yes £169
#3
I had a chat about these with a guy in Halfords. They hadn't got any in stock to have a look at but he reckoned that when he had previously worked for another retailer that sold Reebok branded bikes, they were constantly comming back for repairs and were wearing out very quickly.
After that chat, I decided to pass and wait for a decent reduuction on the "Subway" range or a good deal on another hybid bike.
#4
Yeah, I wouldn't buy one of these Reebok bikes as they are supposed to be pretty poor quality.
#5
You would be better off buying a second hand GT/Carrera/Giant/Specialized etc.from Ebay for that price.

If you can afford the extra then this would be much better quality and is very highly rated for the price.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/carrera-vulcan-v-spec-mountain-bike/721853#comments
#6
Fake RRP scam by Halfords this, cheap tat.
banned#7
It's not tat, but was never worth the RRP.
#8
for people who are whinging about these bikes why not back up your whinge with an internet link to where these bikes have been reviewed poorly to allow novices like me in the market for a bike to see that your whinge isnt just anecdotal ?

Bikeradar website doesnt even list reebok as a brand in the review section so that website is no use here

As far as I can see its good value for money at the sale price e.g. it has an aluminium frame, decent branded gearing & you get a free build & free 6 week service

Main downside from my very basic novices point of view seems to be the basic V brakes & steel seatpost ? ( both of which can be upgraded at a later date )

Buying on ebay is all well & good but you have to go collect it possibly from a long distance away (I dont have a car) & if it breaks down straight after you get it you dont have a lot of comeback if you paid cash like most sellers ask

edit :

forgot to add that Im considering the mountain bike in the sale not the road bike i.e.

http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/product_storeId_10001_catalogId_10151_productId_766169_langId_-1_categoryId_165499#dtab

My comments relate to that item

Also the carrera vulcan is more expensive now - I probably would have gone for it at the £223 price point but not the current £310 price
#9
the argos raleigh appears to be a (heavy) steel frame

the reebok is an aluminium frame which are more expensive so I'd say the reebok is better value (but only as a novice who's done some basic research)

From the reading Ive done it appears its a good idea to go for the best frame you can afford as the other parts can be upgraded later
#10
I agree with bayharbourbutcher, there is a lot of bike snobbery on this site and on many others and much of it probably unjustified. People need to be realistic and realise that most of us just want a cheap bike for either short leaisure rides or a short trip to work each day. We can't all afford to be spending several thousand on a bike, thinking we're the next Lance Armstrong. Instead of putting down all these cheap bikes, how about posting decent alternatives for as close a price as possible. If you can't do that, then just get on your bike and leave us amateurs to it.
#11
Cheers, heat added. Looking at hybrids and very good reviews on website! Interesting to keep in mind...

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