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Anybody know anything about Sunlova Bikes?

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Been looking into a new roadbike for myself for summer and ive found a few I like. I have come across a brand called "SunLova" and they seem to be very cheap compared to other brands. Has anybody e… Read More
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7y, 3w agoPosted 7 years, 3 weeks ago
Been looking into a new roadbike for myself for summer and ive found a few I like. I have come across a brand called "SunLova" and they seem to be very cheap compared to other brands.

Has anybody ever used / seen a Sunlova bike? Im worried that becuase of the price It could fall apart while im riding it :)

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7y, 3w agoPosted 7 years, 3 weeks ago
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I wouldn't bother with it to be honest.

Looks possibly the most horible road bike I have ever seen! 17kg!! for a road bike?!?! and only 6 speed over a double chainringat that?!?!

No chance!

I would recommend the B'twin Sport 1 from Decathlon but that cost £279 but to be honest would be the best budget bike you can get below £300.

Anything below £250, you'll be looking 2nd hand. For the price of these Sunlova bikes (£100) you might get a high quality 2nd hand 10 year old bike for that price.
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Oh and you only get 2 months warranty with the Sunlova, that tells you everything you need to know about what they think about their OWN bikes!

Decathlon has 5 years on frame and 2 years on part.

Alternatively check with your company to see if they have a cycle to work scheme meaning you can get up to 40% off the price of a new bike and payable over 12 - 18 months.
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thanks toybhoy really appreciate it rep added
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thanks toybhoy really appreciate it rep added


No probs mate! Happy riding! Road bikes are great fun! :thumbsup:
#5
What about a Carerra Virtuoso? seen one second hand for £200 great cond.

Im looking to maybe do some amatuer trialthlons next year and cant handle 30 miles on a mountain bike :)
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KapA
What about a Carerra Virtuoso? seen one second hand for £200 great cond.

Im looking to maybe do some amatuer trialthlons next year and cant handle 30 miles on a mountain bike :)


The Virtuoso's are good bikes mate.

For £200 and if it is in good nick, is a good deal if its not more than 2 years old.

Gets great reviews in Bikeradar.com, have a read - http://www.bikeradar.com/gear/category/bikes/mountain/product/virtuoso-09-34691

One thing I do want to advise you is to make sure it fits! Very important if you are planning to do considerable distance in it. Check google for bike fit tips.

Good luck and don't be shy to ask if you need any more tips :thumbsup:

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