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Looking for a Men's 26" mountain Bike

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5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months ago
Hi, I'm Looking for a Men's 26" mountain Bike does anyone know any good deals

Thanks
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5y, 6m agoPosted 5 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Budget? Riding type?
#2
Toasthduk
Budget? Riding type?

budget between 80 to £100 or less
Riding type: not really buying for myself, just to get from point A to B
#3
if its on road only then look for a hybrid bike, if it is on and off the you will need a mtb for the budget you wont get a lot for your money new so i would look for second hand.
banned#4
Yes, id imagine you'd need a ladder to mount a 26" man. You'd also need to have your tonsils removed and/or use a mild anaesthetic.
banned#5
Huh what?
banned#6
Toasthduk
if its on road only then look for a hybrid bike, if it is on and off the you will need a mtb for the budget you wont get a lot for your money new so i would look for second hand.


If it's for road only he needs a "Road bike" and if he wants to ride on and off road he needs a hybrid bike.
#7
I'm 6'4" and ride a 22" bike. You must be 6'8 to need a 26"
banned#8
slamdunkin
Toasthduk
if its on road only then look for a hybrid bike, if it is on and off the you will need a mtb for the budget you wont get a lot for your money new so i would look for second hand.



If it's for road only he needs a "Road bike" and if he wants to ride on and off road he needs a hybrid bike.


You wouldn't ride a hybrid off road. It's supposed to be a compromise for a road user, not an off road user.
#9
Adnan786
Yes, id imagine you'd need a ladder to mount a 26" man. You'd also need to have your tonsils removed and/or use a mild anaesthetic.


Adnan786
Huh what?


It's 26" Bike Tires Not Man Size.
#10
I asked the pretty much same thing last week and ended up paying just a little bit more and got a Speialized HardRock Sport for £130. Really good ride if I say so myself.
#11
A hybrid is fine for road and tow paths, no good for bumpy stuff
banned#12
bargainBooze
Adnan786
Yes, id imagine you'd need a ladder to mount a 26" man. You'd also need to have your tonsils removed and/or use a mild anaesthetic.


Adnan786
Huh what?


It's 26" Bike Tires Not Man Size.

adult wheels are 26"

frame size is more relevant here!

budget is even more relevant

Edited By: csiman on May 27, 2011 07:47
banned#13
Most Hybrids can stand rougher trails than just tow paths.
banned 1 Like #14
slamdunkin
Most Hybrids can stand rougher trails than just tow paths.

true - my trek 7300 has no problems going off road up the south downs
banned#15
slamdunkin
Most Hybrids can stand rougher trails than just tow paths.


they could but they're not really intended for that. They're for the commuter who isn't comfortable on a road bike but doesn't want a hefty chunky mountain bike.

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