Vertigo Nordend 26" Mens Dual Suspension Bike £60 @ Tesco - HotUKDeals
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This Vertigo Nordend men's bike comes in ys-728 black, and features a steel frame with 26" 26" x 1.95 wheels. This mountain bike has front disc brakes, and 18 Shimano gears. The Vertigo Nordend dual suspension bike is suitable for riders with an inside leg measurment of 27.5-35".
It was available instore only at this price but just noticed it at tesco direct for £60
good if you need a cheap cycle! Clubcard points too
Catalogue number: 203-4306
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#1
Hmm seems cheap to me, not the best bike but what do you expect for £60. !
voted hot :-)
#2
like to see anyone get a cheaper bike than this .. if your voting cold put a reason !!
#3
Hot from me matey dont know why the cold votes
#4
You couldn't buy the wheels for that from a shop- so a good deal :thumbsup: if you really want a very heavy steel bike (steel forks and suspension components -note they don't quote the weight - estimate 18kg+). In my experience this sort of weight puts people off cycling as it seems such hard work.:roll: all that suspension for road work is a waste of time (and energy). BUT if you want a cheap bike for on the flat and bump down the odd kerb a £600 bike is over the top I suppose. :whistling: given that it will be hard work you could say you will get fit quicker........:oops:
#5
Here's the direct link
#6
Unbeatable price, but if you want more than an occasional bike, spend £200 and get a lighter one - difference is night and day when riding.
#7
would this bike be good just for 2 x 30 minunte rides a day round the park ?

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