24" Specialized Hotrock Bike 2005 Model (Just over two and a half years old) - HotUKDeals
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24" Specialized Hotrock Bike 2005 Model (Just over two and a half years old) £80.00

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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months agoFeedback:10 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
One of the best kids bikes on the market.

Suit age 7 or 8 years to early teens.

http://www.productsifter.com/KidsStuff/ChildrensBikes/Specialized-Hotrock-review.aspx

http://www.specialized.com/bc/SBCBkModel.jsp?arc=2005&spid=21425

Cost £200 new.

Bike has a few battle scars on paintwork but mechanically sound.

Let me know if you want to view the bike in the flesh.
- Tomb
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Located in Methlick near Aberdeen - could deliver to local area for petrol money.
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months agoFeedback:10 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#2
b.u.m.p.
#3
Hi Tomb - in the process of buying bikes for the kids and might consider this as one of them. Could you have it delivered though? I'm in Lancaster, so the petrol costs would rule out anything else!
#4
Hi

I've previously looked into sending bikes through couriers & it seems to be a bit of an expensive minefield.

I'd rather sell locally to be honest so that whoever buys can give the bike a good once over before buying.

I will be travelling to Glasgow next week but not quite as far as Lancaster.

Sorry.
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Tomb
Hi

I've previously looked into sending bikes through couriers & it seems to be a bit of an expensive minefield.

I'd rather sell locally to be honest so that whoever buys can give the bike a good once over before buying.

I will be travelling to Glasgow next week but not quite as far as Lancaster.

Sorry.


Yes, I know the weight wouldn't be a problem with a courier, so I suppose it must be the size. Do you reckon if the wheels were taken off and laid on top of the bike it might get into a cheaper price bracket? Or you don't happen to be taking a Virgin train south anytime soon? lancaster is on the main line and I could meet you on the platform... Clutching at straws, I know, but worth asking!! And I know the bike and would be happy to accept that it's in good cond. The photo shows that anyway.
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Tomb;2887614
Hi

I've previously looked into sending bikes through couriers & it seems to be a bit of an expensive minefield.

I'd rather sell locally to be honest so that whoever buys can give the bike a good once over before buying.

I will be travelling to Glasgow next week but not quite as far as Lancaster.

Sorry.

Just to let you know, I've sold a couple of bikes on ebay in the past and sent them with parcel2go. Just ask your local halfords for a bike box (they've usually got loads in the back of the shop), remove your bikes wheels and possibly pedals too, then book collection online with p2go. It's never cost me much more than a tenner or so :thumbsup:
#7
Cheers Bod - It was p2go I was going to use last time but was warned off them - problems if bike damaged apparently !!

My dear old Ma is heading down south by train in a few weeks so I'll find out tomorrow where shes heading.
#8
If you are willing to do that OP (thanks bod emrys btw), I'm still interested and am happy to accept it unseen. I'd offer £55 + postage at cost...
#9
OP - any answers on this yet? I'm ordering one of the bikes I need from Amazon today - would be good one way or the other whether to order the 2nd at the same time. Cheers.
#10
Hi

No, unfortunately shes not heading your way.

Looked again into sending the bike & to be honest it still seemed like a minefield with little protection if they break something (around proving that the second hand bike wasnt damaged already).

Go for Amazon & I'll stick with original plan of selling locally.

Will be sticking bike on ebay this evening.
#11
Tomb,
Try sticking it on Gumtree for free in Aberdeen, this is a quality make of bike
and should get snapped up @£80 :thumbsup:
http://aberdeen.gumtree.com/


Sorry just noticed you already have it on there :oops:
http://aberdeen.gumtree.com/aberdeen/18/28101318.html
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Tomb
Hi

No, unfortunately shes not heading your way.

Looked again into sending the bike & to be honest it still seemed like a minefield with little protection if they break something (around proving that the second hand bike wasnt damaged already).

Go for Amazon & I'll stick with original plan of selling locally.

Will be sticking bike on ebay this evening.


Ok, thanks for letting me know. GL with the sale :thumbsup:
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