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Looking for advice on buying a mountain bike

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I'm looking at getting a hard tail bike to be used mainly on the road but also for some off road, i've got a budget of up to £500 and have got a few in mind: Giant terrago disc Giant yukon G…
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
I'm looking at getting a hard tail bike to be used mainly on the road but also for some off road, i've got a budget of up to £500 and have got a few in mind:

Giant terrago disc

Giant yukon

Giant xtc 3.5 (2007)

Has anyone got one of these or something similar or is there another one they would recommend?

Any advice appreciated .
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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#1
whats with the giants? how about specialized, kona etc

you need to go into a shop really and check out some differnt models then go online and find it cheaper

i got specialized enduro myself
#2
My brother bought a giant for £500 & I got a scott aspect 20 2008 (similar price) & the scott is a far superior bike. (& that's not me being biased he agrees)
#3
casparwhite
whats with the giants? how about specialized, kona etc

you need to go into a shop really and check out some differnt models then go online and find it cheaper

i got specialized enduro myself


Giants are just the ones i've seen in the shop that i liked the look of and i've read some good reviews of them but i'm open to other people views on ehat are the better bikes :)
#4
when you choose what you like, try out the government "cycle to work" initiative because if you ar eeligible it makes a decent bike a fair bit cheaper, plus you pay in installments over a year.

mate of mine is doing it with a very good quality folding bike and is saving about £350
#5
scrumpypaul
when you choose what you like, try out the government "cycle to work" initiative because if you ar eeligible it makes a decent bike a fair bit cheaper, plus you pay in installments over a year.

mate of mine is doing it with a very good quality folding bike and is saving about £350


Cheers but unfortunately we don't get that over here :-(
#6
scrumpypaul
when you choose what you like, try out the government "cycle to work" initiative because if you ar eeligible it makes a decent bike a fair bit cheaper, plus you pay in installments over a year.

mate of mine is doing it with a very good quality folding bike and is saving about £350


I got my bike on cycle to work scheme too. I live 30 miles away from work, it would mean getting up at 5.00am. I don't cycle to work, but i did save 45% on a brand new bike.
I got my bike from leisurelakes.com & they quite good service
#7
souljacker
Cheers but unfortunately we don't get that over here :-(




bloody foreigners*




i'm sure you know an english person somewhere


























*only joking
#8
Hardly a foreigner! :p

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