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Specialized Hotrock 20 6 Speed 2016 Kids Bike £187.50 was £250 Evans Cycles

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Really good price for a quality kids bike.
chrisjmcqueen Avatar3d, 23h agoFound 3 days, 23 hours ago10 Comments
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esq3585
Was looking at this cloudsteve, do u know how heavy it is?
11.2kg? I'd want much lighter for my child.​
edit: actually I don't know if that's reasonable for a mountain bike, it's just heavier than my adult road bike
My hardtail is fairly light at 12kg, my son has a 20inch wheeled islabike at the moment which is 8kg.
blackanchorage
esq3585
Was looking at this cloudsteve, do u know how heavy it is?
11.2kg? I'd want much lighter for my child.​
edit: actually I don't know if that's reasonable for a mountain bike, it's just heavier than my adult road bike
My cheapy hardtail is 15kg and has a 22" frame. It's quite heavy.
esq3585
Was looking at this cloudsteve, do u know how heavy it is?


11.2kg? I'd want much lighter for my child.​

edit: actually I don't know if that's reasonable for a mountain bike, it's just heavier than my adult road bike

Edited By: blackanchorage on Aug 28, 2016 09:45: edit
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14 inch bike at Argos - £49.99

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Bought today in Cardiff Queen Street although it was out of stock for delivery to my postcode. Ideal as a fun first bike for your little girl or as a cute upgrade if she is quickly outgrowing her l…
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Bikehut Performance 160 psi Steel Track Bike Pump with Gauge £5 off, now £15.00 @ Halfords - free c&c

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Very high quality steel bicycle pump with top-mounted gauge. 4.7/ 5 stars from 99 reviews. I bought this in 2015 in another deal for £15.99 and can vouch that it's an excellent pump for road and M…
Muig1972 Avatar8h, 8m agoFound 8 hours, 8 minutes ago6 Comments
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Or spend the £5 you're saving and get a joe blow from CRC, I've had my joe blow for well over 10 years now, not missed a beat despite having been treated like ****, everything from the barrel to the head is replaceable, so should you break it, it breaks etc, money not wasted.

and yes, I've had to replace the head due to be oaf like and standing on it..
Aldi one I had lasted a matter of minutes before the valve connector bust.
A Joeblow (£25ish) I replaced it with has lasted 4 years and is as good as new.
It all seems to be in the connector, reviews are varied when it comes to attaching this one to the valve...
Seen the Aldi ones £5.99 in the Gateacre branch,not as good but does the job.
rodman
Better then £5 Lidl ones?

Yeah. I wouldn't be surprised if it was essentially the same pump as this Airace Infinity Turbo Steel Floor Pump, which was £38.99 and got a 9/10 review in road.cc. I can't be sure, but they have a lot in common.

http://road.cc/content/review/57133-airace-infinity-turbo-steel-floor-pump
Better then £5 Lidl ones?
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Airace Infinity Steel Track Pump - Black, 240 PSI at Amazon for £13.47 (Prime) / £18.42 (non Prime) @ Amazon

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In the market for a new bike pump and just stumbled across this on Amazon, showing a 75% off RRP for only £13.57! Huge max PSI of 240, solid construction, good reviews, and Camelcamelcamel seems to be…
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I got one. £13.33. Ta op
dashforth
Typical Amazon. Price increase after posted on hukd.

No doubt due to the high number of orders in a short amount of time. Makes perfect sense to me.
Was 21 when I went to the website, 27 at checkout. Unlucky
£19.90 now
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Clarks Handle Bar Tape £1.00, was £6 @ HALFORDS - Free c&c

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Never used Clark's bar tape before, through their brake pads are good quality, and at £1 will stock up on a couple of colours. Available in red, blue, green, white. Also Deda tape for £5: ht…
TURDIS Avatar1d, 3h agoFound 1 day, 3 hours ago6 Comments
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dealerxxx
What's the difference with the deda tape?
different colours may'be?
some nice ones in the deda range, i like the Finnish blue.
Deda is a known good brand too.Some of their handlebars cost a fortune.
The deda tape looks perforated too.

Edited By: delpo on Aug 30, 2016 12:54
What's the difference with the deda tape?
thanks, bought 3 for my two road bikes.One as a back up.Great price.
ah crap, I bought this earlier in the week for £3!

Pretty good stuff, easy to put on and feels nice.
Thanks grabbed a couple for my latest project
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Norco Search Alloy 105 Adventure Bike £759.00 @ Evans Cycles

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Excellent 'do it all' bike for people looking for a bike for the roads and the trails. Made by Canadian bike company Norco, this bike offers Shimano 105 performance at a Shimano Sora price point.
robwdavies Avatar1d, 3h agoFound 1 day, 3 hours ago43 Comments
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dodgymix
Never understand how the manufactures get away with not providing peddles.. Fairly fundamental to actually riding it

There are several pedal systems on the market and a rider may already have shoes and pedals to use on it, or at least a preference to buying a certain type.



Edited By: Gareth79 on Aug 30, 2016 20:28
pazuzu17
Great bike, tidy saving, but seriously, who's spending that amount on a bike who isn't semi-professional?


Semi-professionals would be on bikes worth few times the price of this one.
Great bike, tidy saving, but seriously, who's spending that amount on a bike who isn't semi-professional?


£800 at Evans in size 51 only.


Good bike, strongly considered a GT Charge. Worth nothing it's not available at that price on Wiggle anymore. Had the Norco and a GT side by side and plumped for the Norco.
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Marin Argenta Elite Composite Fork Part Shimano Road Bike @ Triton Cycles £399.99 Free Delivery

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This bike was posted over a year ago for £500 but has been heavily reduced so I'm just giving a heads up to anyone who's in the market for a good quality road bike. I bought this at £500 and after
Angryman81 Avatar1d, 9h agoFound 1 day, 9 hours ago8 Comments
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MAdam98
Nice budget bike. But still a touch too pricy to be hot imo.
They've skimped on the FSA crankset and the Tektro brakes (which imo are awful)


​60% off a 2015 model from a quality manufacturer with Tiagra gearset that costs only 400 quid? No pleasing some people!

The Tektro brakes are unremarkable if anything, awful is an exaggeration.
halllmn
decent bike for the price. not sure I believe the non discounted rrp of £1000 but you would struggle to find better.


​Not dissimilar spec to the Boardman Team of a couple of years ago with an rrp of £1000 which is only really better by a couple of 105 mechs. Taking inflation into account it's fair.
decent bike for the price. not sure I believe the non discounted rrp of £1000 but you would struggle to find better.
From my experience, Triton were great with any queries and the assembly, I was told, didn't affect warranty. I agree with you MAdam98 wrt the Tektro brakes but it depends what you're using them for. As a commuter they'll be fine but if you're looking at longer rides then I'd certainly upgrade as they aren't powerful enough even when changing pads, I upgraded to Ultegra as I got them cheap.
The FSA crank has been bang on to be fair. The BB too. No issues and I clean and lube after each ride to maintain it runs smoothly which has helped. Can't see a bike as good as this, other than a Giant Defy when on sale, for sub £400.
good deal. nothing wrong with the crankset but the Bottom brackets do not last and are pricier than shimano hollowtechs.
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Agrius Phoenix Motorcycle Jacket Save Extra 20% using code SHH20 (RRP £69.99 WAS £54.99 Now £43.99 save over 37% on RRP) @ Ghost Bikes

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Use code SHH20 to get it at this price Really nice jacket, at a great price with CE Approved Shoulder & Elbow Armour, available in 4 colours variations Newsletter deal offer is on this jacket a…
GRS123 Avatar3d, 9h agoFound 3 days, 9 hours ago5 Comments
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Does polyester have better abrasion than ballistic nylon? or just better than "most common materials" as it says? Cotton wool is a fairly common material. Is it double blind stitched? or will it just burst open on first contact with the ground?...meaning it doesn't matter how abrasion resistant the material is. Lots of decent make jackets seem to come fitted with a cursory back protector...which is only useful to find the right shape proper back protector anyway. Looks like it has all the right gizmos but for my money I'd like to find out more or just give it a miss. Happy to be taken up on any of my thoughts...I'm no expert.
cant believe people are voting cold on this!!!
there is a pocket there for back armour so you can buy your own and put it in, I wouldnt expect in build back armour at this price!

Edited By: GRS123 on Aug 27, 2016 13:43
no back armour. good luck
Does this have any abrasion resistance at all?
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MUDDYFOX Black & Blue 20 Inch Upsurge BMX £120.00 Delivered TKMaxx

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Great price for this bike, I've never ridden one so can't comment how good it is.
royaltee Avatar4d, 2h agoFound 4 days, 2 hours ago3 Comments
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i think sports direct have a have a stake in this brand....avoid.
Muddyfox brand is generally poor quality. I suggest looking before buying.
V poor quality steel and parts.
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£200 off When you Spend £1600 on Bike's and Accessories with Voucher @ Wheelies

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£15 Off! Wellgo MG1 Magnesium Platform Pedals from Formby Cycles - £34.99

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Found on deal of the week page, £15 off Wellgo MG1 Magnesium Platform Pedals! Was £49.99 Now £34.99
samlong89 Avatar5d, 21h agoFound 5 days, 21 hours ago5 Comments
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£28.99 at CRC, too.

Having ordered a pair of these yesterday from a seller on ebay (I would've gone with CRC but the ebay seller had the reflectors included) I was about to cancel that order as I figured this deal was for the pedals at £13.

Sorry, but £34.99 is cold.
Great! Just need a bike
More than a bit cheaper ^^
Merlin seem to be a bit cheaper. Link.
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[NEW] Proviz REFLECT360 CRS Cycling Jacket £65.00 (RRP £129.99) @ Kickstarter

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Hey guys, only ~less then 2 hours~ remaining for this awesome campaign on kickstarter!!!! It's the trademark standard REFLECT360 grey jacket that everyone raves about, except now it's available in
MRR_ltd Avatar5d, 23h agoFound 5 days, 23 hours ago12 Comments
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lookatmywadd
Doesn't seem anything special.
Yea, it does look a little bulky for UK climate.

Hopefully that's not the case, it is said to have used a thinner material for this jacket.
Doesn't seem anything special.

Yea, it does look a little bulky for UK climate.
Heard the breathability on these jackets isn't too great. Anyone have any experience or wearing proviz jackets on long commutes?
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Retrospec Mantra Fixed Gear/Single Speed Bike V2 £149.99 @ Merlin Cycles

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Fairly decent single speed bike, better than the pig iron you can get from halfords for a similar price. Down from £249.99 EDIT this is the v2 version, so has brakes back and front ! Weight is abo…
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I notice though the description mentions front and rear brake, though the pictures only show a front one?
Looks a good deal, my only concern would be it only having a brake on the front wheel (I know a lot of fixies only have the one brake), particularly when used with the the freewheel. I've had a brake cable snap on me whilst approaching a busy junction, not having a brake on each wheel would have resulted in disaster!
m_cozzy
I_Am_Timms
I've just ordered. Needed a new bike to commute to work so thanks OP. I know nothing about bikes, but this is relatively cheap and fits the bill. Just as a heads up, I don't think this is the V2. Looking at the differences, the pictures that are linked to the deal only have the single brake. If it is the V2 though, even better.
it is the v2 as my mate had had his delivered.

Just got mine delivered and you're right. It is the V2, makes the deal even better. Thanks OP
I_Am_Timms
I've just ordered. Needed a new bike to commute to work so thanks OP. I know nothing about bikes, but this is relatively cheap and fits the bill. Just as a heads up, I don't think this is the V2. Looking at the differences, the pictures that are linked to the deal only have the single brake. If it is the V2 though, even better.


it is the v2 as my mate had had his delivered.
shango
I'm 5'7" - 5'8" and have a 53cm bike so go for it. Would recommend lower if a 51 or 52 was available though.

fzurro
Nice find op :) I am ready to hit buy waiting on some comments :)
If wondering about right size for you look here (not responsible if wrong. just found on google)https://www.fixedgearfrenzy.com/pages/bike-size-guide
5'7" here. 53cm frame seems to be the right one for me. Anybody out there that knows about bikes care to comment please ? :)


​thanks
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Thomas the Tank Engine My First Tri-Scooter £7.00 @ Tesco Instore

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Found these in the Leigh store as part of Tescos nationwide toy clearance. Had about 6 on the shelf. Says its for 3 years + . Barcode is 5 017915 416005
wiggywig Avatar1w, 4h agoFound 1 week, 4 hours ago8 Comments
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Lola200
The scooter is unstable and rubbish by the way it was recalled from Tesco shelves a while ago.

Well the vast majority of all online reviews are excellent *shrug*
The scooter is unstable and rubbish by the way it was recalled from Tesco shelves a while ago.
my smaller than average 2 year old got this for his birthday off his nanny.

an absolute pain in the **** to put together
Nice find op, bit big for one now, heat added :)
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Thanks wiggy!http://i.imgur.com/P02K5mv.gif


Thats not Wiggy is it oO
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365X Pro Carbon Vernice Road Cycling Shoe £55.00 delivered at Planet X

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Great price for a pair of genuine carbon fibre-soled shoes with wire closure. At time of writing, all sizes in both colours (black and white) still available. Original price £160. Free delivery on…
juux Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago11 Comments
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rogercat
Thanks for the advise I'll head SPD as I'm not a full on road cyclist, have some SPD pedals somewhere but no matching shoes !


​These shoes won't fit plain SPD, they're only 3 bolt, not 2 bolt.

I know you'd think that 2 bolt can fit in the 3 bolts, but the holes are different widths, so no go.
rogercat
Thanks for the advise I'll head SPD as I'm not a full on road cyclist, have some SPD pedals somewhere but no matching shoes !

I was in the same situation and went for a pair of touring shoes, quite good if you want shoes with more of a road look that use spd, I got the Shimano RT33's but there is a few others.
Thanks for the advise I'll head SPD as I'm not a full on road cyclist, have some SPD pedals somewhere but no matching shoes !
Be aware that these shoes size up on the small side. I'd recommend going at least one size up. I have size 42 Shimano shoes, and the same size in these are visibly smaller. To be fair to Planet X they even recommend going up a size in the product description.
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rogercat
Excuse my ignorance but what kind of mounting would they fit and if I needed shoes i could walk into shops etc on should i be heading the SPD route ?
These shoes fit a road cleat like this and therefore pedals such as these.
These aren't designed to be walked around in. I'd suggest you look for mountain bike shoes if you want something more comfortable to walk around in, maybe these but check as they likely use these cleats which you'll need these pedals for.
Planet X have some great guides that are worth a read to learn more about pedals and shoes. I'd recommend starting with:Pedals ExplainedThe Essential Guide to Commuting

MTB cleats (come with the pedals) will always use 2 bolts, wether they be Shimano/Crank Bros/Planet-X/etc

Road cleats (come with pedals) can either be 3 or 4 bolt, 3 bolt are all manufacturers apart from Speedplay who use 4 due to the construction of their cleat, you will get a 3 to 4 bolt adapter with new speedplay pedals though.

as Irishman said, walking in road shoes is a no go, the cleat is exposed, walking on it a) causes unnecessary damage to the cleat/shoe and b) is somewhat dangerous.

If you want to ride and then walk to the shops, then SPD is your route, not SPD-SL. Shimano do make some pedals that are one sided SPD and the other side platform so you needn't always wear SPDs, but if you do want pure SPD and are new to them can I please suggest you look no further than Crank Brother Eggbeaters, super easy to get your shoe in, 4 sided entry, super light (lightest MTB pedal made, often lighter than road pedals) and fully user rebuildable
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Kiddimoto Marc Marquez Bike £62.99

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LoonyWitch Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago3 Comments
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It may be expensive for a balance bike but it's heavily discounted
seems expensive for a balance bike they don't get used for long at all and have hardly any moving parts would get a second hand one for £10 then spend the money saved on an aluminium descent first proper bike as they are expensive
Kiddis wanna Valentino bike
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My cycle punctutre repair kit £1.00 @ poundland

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Saw these in the Leytonstone branch. Contains 5 x repair patches, abrasive scraper, rubber adhesive, 2 x tyre levers, 2 x inlet tubes, 3 x allen keys, 2 valve caps and multi wrench. http://www.po…
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tubeless all the way, no punctures.
Besford
With replacement tubes available for £2.50 or less it seems foolish to mess with repairs which can fail again.


I have never had a repair fail and how is it foolish to take a kit with you to fix in the field so you don't have to walk home 30k, bizarre comment
With replacement tubes available for £2.50 or less it seems foolish to mess with repairs which can fail again.

Put some Poundland stuff in a vintage-style tin and sell it to hipsters for £15. Excellent business model!
I prefer the Poundworld Cycleworx kit. It's similar to this, but you get a 12ml tube of glue which is much bigger than the 5g tubes you get in most repair kits. I've repaired loads of punctures with it, no problem.

If you're concerned about the glue drying out, my advice is 1) Squeeze some glue into the hole before replacing the cap 2) Put some PTFE (Plumber's) tape on the threads of the neck
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Kona Dew Hybrid Bike 2015 £223.20 Free Delivery @ Halfords Ebay

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I've owned a few Kona bikes in the past, I've found them to have a great build quality, and reliable. All Bike collected from store will be built for free, if delivered to your home will require se…
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Well according to Wiggle the project 2 forks are aluminium on the Dew 2016.

http://www.wiggle.co.uk/kona-dew-2016/

There are other reports that there's were high tensile steel. Also some Dews seem to have paintwork on the frames that chips off very easily. Kona appear to use multiple factories for Dews I guess whoever is cheapest at the time on a year by year basis. Frame seems to have varied between 7005 and 6061.

It seems in the past Kona sold project 2 forks separately and those were chromaly as well as on the bikes of the time but now they just call any rigid fork project 2 whatever its made of from the actual taiwanese or chinese factory. That would also explain why some of these frames are appallingly badly painted and chip easily.

Again visiting Halfords would allow you to see the quality. Maybe even a magnet to see if you are getting harsh aluminium forks?

The big difference between Halford's own Carrera brand and Kona is both Kona and Halfords need to make money on the Kona bikes but Carrera is their own brand anyway so just one party that needs money. That's why Carrera often gives you far better value in components and general quality for the same money unless there is a promotion.

Clearly it is claimed that the Kona bike has a huge reduction but the newer Dew 2016 has far better components in a few places like Altus chainset and deraileur plus other bits and only costs about £70 more at Wiggle. Hardly much of a promotion offer if the £70 offers many upgrades. Still both bikes feature a freewheel though the same Shimano Tourney freewheel as cheap and nasty sub £100 bikes.
bonzobanana
Well we certainly will have to agree to differ. I'll leave others to decide if this bike frame represents unique geometry and has classic forks or is just marketing for generic parts. I can't even find what material the classic forks are made of. Hi-ten steel?
I don't accept the frame is better than cheaper competition but whatever you are still left with low end parts around it.
Halfords stores aren't exactly rare so I can only suggest people go there and check out this or the newer version of the Dew for themselves.

P2's are made of CrMo steel, most are triple butted. Argue all you want about frame geometry's but P2 are classic and they are widely acknowledged as being one of the all-time great rigid forks.
Well we certainly will have to agree to differ. I'll leave others to decide if this bike frame represents unique geometry and has classic forks or is just marketing for generic parts. I can't even find what material the classic forks are made of. Hi-ten steel?

I don't accept the frame is better than cheaper competition but whatever you are still left with low end parts around it.

Halfords stores aren't exactly rare so I can only suggest people go there and check out this or the newer version of the Dew for themselves.
bonzobanana
johnnystorm
bonzobanana
johnnystorm
Not sure why anyone is getting all that excited about the warranty. I'm sure plenty of crappy bikes come with a long warranty that when you read the small print you find it isn't worth the paper it was printed on, if in fact said brand is still around in 10 years time. Kona I trust to stand by their product. 20 years ago they did a safety recall on some forks and were happy to replace mine even though I wasn't the original purchaser.
This bike might only have tourney but I see that the chainset is also shimano, plenty of the supermarket specials fit the minimum amount of shimano parts they can get away with. It also has formula hubs, wtb rims and kenda tyres, all good stuff.
Far from being generic the frame has the classic Kona sloping toptube geometry and project two forks they pioneered back in the day.
By all means buy yourself a Muddy Fox if it saves you 20 quid but you're buying a brand that ceased to mean anything 20 years ago and is now just another sports direct meaningless sticker. At least you know this Kona is an established model from an established manufacturer that has been evolving steadily over the years and will probably ride far better than its price tag would normally get you.
The frame geometry is widely used and no one mentioned Muddy Fox as an alternative but you, I don't think Sports Direct have a reputation for good value with regard bikes either.
I'm guessing the reason the kona frame only has 3 years warranty is its butted and non-heat treated so is weaker than others. The btwin frame with the lifetime guarantee is no doubt much stronger perhaps with regular thickness tubes without the butting and of course post frame build oven hardening probably. A frame you can abuse more and rely on. In a competitive environment clearly the lightness of frame is more important but in a hybrid navigating UK roads and potholes I'll take the stronger frame.
At the end of the day you have to look at what you are actually getting for your money and not just focus on the brand alone. The Dew could easily have been sold with any poor brand on and not look out of place. A few token good parts does not disguise a bike whose critical components are entry level at best.
​Muddy Fox bikes were suggested up there, have a look.
If you're going to suggest that butted tubes are someway inferior to plain tubing then you've just managed to turn the bike industry on its head. Butting tubing leaves the end of the tube thicker where 99.9% of all breakages would occur and the centres thinner. This gives you the same strength for less weight and a livelier feeling frame to ride. As has also been mentioned you get a lifetime warranty anyway with Kona.
A few token good parts eh? Like the frame and wheels and tyres, the three things that have the biggest effect on how well a bike rides. it's almost like a quality bike firm has been thinking hard how to make good bike. Funny that.

No that's the point the frame isn't that great, Kona buy generic taiwanese/chinese frames for the bottom end and the bike is fitted with tourney gearing. A common complaint on cheap bikes is the Shimano Tourney gearing so your so called great budget bike has crap gearing. Also freewheel based rear wheels are weaker and more problematic than cassette based. Is that a great wheel no its rubbish wheel at least at the rear.

I know the benefits from butted tubing and have stressed the weight advantage its not uncommon on budget bikes. Many bikes feature it without using it in marketing its pretty common. Many of the retailers put 3 year warranty on the frame as that is the standard warranty without registering other brands offer lifetime warranty without registering.

There isn't a single Kona frame factory they buy taiwanese frames as do btwin, Carrera and many other brands. As with many top bike brands for their entry level models they really don't do anything but buy off the shelf parts. The geometry of that frame is pretty standard.

A freewheel based bike with low end tourney gearing and generic frame for £223 is not great value whatever the brand.

If your buying a bike and considering this one make sure you check out the competition you may be able to seriously do better with regard component quality.

This isn't a dig at Kona, as I say I have 3 Kona bikes myself its just these brands do entry level bikes of low quality just to give themselves a profit boost. They rely on brand obsessed idiots to buy these models rather than use common sense when buying.


​OK, right you are. Definitely generic and not at all the classic Kona frame layout with Kona's signature extended seat tube, sloping top tube and classic project two forks. Can I ask how old you are as Kona have been making bikes to this design for over 25 years. But hey, what would I know, I haven't got 3 Konas to miraculously drop into the equation.

As for brands not mentioning butted frames.....it's an expensive process, they ain't just going to leave it unmentioned.
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bonzobanana
johnnystorm
Not sure why anyone is getting all that excited about the warranty. I'm sure plenty of crappy bikes come with a long warranty that when you read the small print you find it isn't worth the paper it was printed on, if in fact said brand is still around in 10 years time. Kona I trust to stand by their product. 20 years ago they did a safety recall on some forks and were happy to replace mine even though I wasn't the original purchaser.
This bike might only have tourney but I see that the chainset is also shimano, plenty of the supermarket specials fit the minimum amount of shimano parts they can get away with. It also has formula hubs, wtb rims and kenda tyres, all good stuff.
Far from being generic the frame has the classic Kona sloping toptube geometry and project two forks they pioneered back in the day.
By all means buy yourself a Muddy Fox if it saves you 20 quid but you're buying a brand that ceased to mean anything 20 years ago and is now just another sports direct meaningless sticker. At least you know this Kona is an established model from an established manufacturer that has been evolving steadily over the years and will probably ride far better than its price tag would normally get you.
The frame geometry is widely used and no one mentioned Muddy Fox as an alternative but you, I don't think Sports Direct have a reputation for good value with regard bikes either.
I'm guessing the reason the kona frame only has 3 years warranty is its butted and non-heat treated so is weaker than others. The btwin frame with the lifetime guarantee is no doubt much stronger perhaps with regular thickness tubes without the butting and of course post frame build oven hardening probably. A frame you can abuse more and rely on. In a competitive environment clearly the lightness of frame is more important but in a hybrid navigating UK roads and potholes I'll take the stronger frame.
At the end of the day you have to look at what you are actually getting for your money and not just focus on the brand alone. The Dew could easily have been sold with any poor brand on and not look out of place. A few token good parts does not disguise a bike whose critical components are entry level at best.
​Muddy Fox bikes were suggested up there, have a look.
If you're going to suggest that butted tubes are someway inferior to plain tubing then you've just managed to turn the bike industry on its head. Butting tubing leaves the end of the tube thicker where 99.9% of all breakages would occur and the centres thinner. This gives you the same strength for less weight and a livelier feeling frame to ride. As has also been mentioned you get a lifetime warranty anyway with Kona.
A few token good parts eh? Like the frame and wheels and tyres, the three things that have the biggest effect on how well a bike rides. it's almost like a quality bike firm has been thinking hard how to make good bike. Funny that.

No that's the point the frame isn't that great, Kona buy generic taiwanese/chinese frames for the bottom end and the bike is fitted with tourney gearing. A common complaint on cheap bikes is the Shimano Tourney gearing so your so called great budget bike has crap gearing. Also freewheel based rear wheels are weaker and more problematic than cassette based. Is that a great wheel no its rubbish wheel at least at the rear.

I know the benefits from butted tubing and have stressed the weight advantage its not uncommon on budget bikes. Many bikes feature it without using it in marketing its pretty common. Many of the retailers put 3 year warranty on the frame as that is the standard warranty without registering other brands offer lifetime warranty without registering.

There isn't a single Kona frame factory they buy taiwanese frames as do btwin, Carrera and many other brands. As with many top bike brands for their entry level models they really don't do anything but buy off the shelf parts. The geometry of that frame is pretty standard.

A freewheel based bike with low end tourney gearing and generic frame for £223 is not great value whatever the brand.

If your buying a bike and considering this one make sure you check out the competition you may be able to seriously do better with regard component quality.

This isn't a dig at Kona, as I say I have 3 Kona bikes myself its just these brands do entry level bikes of low quality just to give themselves a profit boost. They rely on brand obsessed idiots to buy these models rather than use common sense when buying.
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I bought 2 pairs of muddyfox winter leggings just for commuting. I ended up throwing both pairs in the bin as they were so bad and I'd never used one of the pairs. I wouldn't buy muddyfox anything at any price even if it was free I'd value the space in my wardrobe more.
No harm in spending a couple of quid on a pair of gloves I suppose, but those bike prices are shocking, even at half price.
Also how could they expect anyone to pay £300 for a bike, when the website doesn't even list the spec?
Fluke1981
nosh10
Sorry cold from me, the rrp on all the items is a joke and even after the discount its over priced for sports direct tat.
​Actually the Muddyfox things I have received are well worth the price I paid. Sports direct own lots of brands some of which people don't seem to generally be aware of and when a deal is posted for some of those brands they get popular. The moment people realise that a brand is related to Sportsdirect they get their knickers in a twist and regardless of if it's a good deal they shun it.
Muddyfox was a good name for bikes when I was a child. Now they use the cheapest parts and charge a premium price. For example the bearings are rubbish.
Fluke1981
nosh10
Sorry cold from me, the rrp on all the items is a joke and even after the discount its over priced for sports direct tat.


​Actually the Muddyfox things I have received are well worth the price I paid. Sports direct own lots of brands some of which people don't seem to generally be aware of and when a deal is posted for some of those brands they get popular. The moment people realise that a brand is related to Sportsdirect they get their knickers in a twist and regardless of if it's a good deal they shun it.


​I have purchased the rain proof trousers befor, and had a mtb quite some time ago and having now owned a proper bike I can say from experience its all tat. Yes once appon a time muddy fox was a very reputable manufacturer but that was 20 odd years ago.
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nosh10
Sorry cold from me, the rrp on all the items is a joke and even after the discount its over priced for sports direct tat.
​Actually the Muddyfox things I have received are well worth the price I paid. Sports direct own lots of brands some of which people don't seem to generally be aware of and when a deal is posted for some of those brands they get popular. The moment people realise that a brand is related to Sportsdirect they get their knickers in a twist and regardless of if it's a good deal they shun it.
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Ribble Gran Fondo Carbon road bike £775.00 @ Ribble

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I know very little about bikes except how to ride one so not sure how well the enthusiasts on here would rate the components/build quality. It's just that a 8.5kg Carbon frame bike at this price po…
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The £65 off code is back on for today.
Can't get this code to work for me...

No. it seems like the code excludes special edition bikes. I didn't realise this and it may be a recent change.
ClashInDevon
The £65 off code is back on for today.
Can't get this code to work for me...
The £65 off code is back on for today.
It's a Carbon frame, but not a particularly good one. I'd go for the the Ultra AF 700 at this price point. Much better frame.
Daintree
Doesn't even have full suspension! cold!
nice bike. I would buy Mrs would kill me if I spent this much on a second bike. any suggestions on what Road bike to get for £500?
I'd suggest the btwin triban 540 from Decathlon currently reduced from £600 to £450. Carbon fork, 6061 alu frame which can take mudguards and panniers if required. 105/tiagra mix gearing. Mavic wheels, 25mm hutchison tyres. Will cover most needs very well and has great reviews. Triban 540 £450
Sorry, looks like the £450 deal was on last years stock. New stock is full eleven speed 105 + Michelin Lithion 2 tyres now £650 (stilla baragain but a better bike at higher price). I'm told there may be a few of the old stock available in store if you want to check - they will sometimes move stock from one shop to another on request. I know there is one Small in Oxford as someone who works there told me!



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B'TWIN Rockrider 340 Mountain Bike - Green in Size M only 129.99 @ decathlon

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Saw done his with 'proper' mountain bikes when visiting ben nevis this week. They looked radically different to the mountain bikes I see at Halfords or other bike shops. They resembled motor cross scooters without engines than they did normal bikes and the suspension on them meant these guys were happily bouncing around all over the place. Wonder how much one of those costs?
Depending on brand and drivetrain forks wheels etc upwards of a few grand to about £7k,
It is green! no thanks
mwa
Saw done his with 'proper' mountain bikes when visiting ben nevis this week. They looked radically different to the mountain bikes I see at Halfords or other bike shops. They resembled motor cross scooters without engines than they did normal bikes and the suspension on them meant these guys were happily bouncing around all over the place. Wonder how much one of those costs?

me no understand what you are saying?
Saw some guys with 'proper' mountain bikes when visiting ben nevis this week. They looked radically different to the mountain bikes I see at Halfords or other bike shops. They resembled motor cross scooters without engines more than they did normal bikes and the suspension on them meant these guys were happily bouncing around all over the place. Wonder how much one of those costs?

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hot deal, shame about the size limitations.
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Besford
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Besford
It's been said so many times before but just once more: these cheap bikes will be a big disappointment - really!
Brother and I had cheap bikes when we were kids, loved them.
Well good for you - that proves thousands of others wrong then.
Seriously, no one said don't buy them - but 'caveat emptor' applies. They're not just kids bikes either.
I honestly have no idea why his post made you so uptight.
Not uptight and I have no idea why you felt it necessary to intervene. It's good advice to be wary of rubbish, which many cheap supermarket bikes will be. Possibly OK for kiddies playthings for a short while (though need checking for safety) but many of these are adult bikes and could prove a big disappointment, even at the reduced prices.



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ontheqt
Ego-X
Besford
jaydeeuk1
Besford
It's been said so many times before but just once more: these cheap bikes will be a big disappointment - really!
Brother and I had cheap bikes when we were kids, loved them.
Well good for you - that proves thousands of others wrong then.
Seriously, no one said don't buy them - but 'caveat emptor' applies. They're not just kids bikes either.
I honestly have no idea why his post made you so uptight.
Besford knows what he is talking about, as do the more educated cyclist. The bikes will be heavy, made with in efficient components that fail to transfer anywhere near your full effort from the pedals to the wheels. Parts fail quick, costly to repair. I have a cheap 300 quid giant which is reasonable but I can tell the difference between that bike and my hybrid costing three times as much. A three hundred quid bike is a fair bit cost wise, but it's at least satisfactory and durable.

You missed the point entirely ...
Ego-X
Besford
jaydeeuk1
Besford
It's been said so many times before but just once more: these cheap bikes will be a big disappointment - really!
Brother and I had cheap bikes when we were kids, loved them.
Well good for you - that proves thousands of others wrong then.
Seriously, no one said don't buy them - but 'caveat emptor' applies. They're not just kids bikes either.
I honestly have no idea why his post made you so uptight.
Besford knows what he is talking about, as do the more educated cyclist. The bikes will be heavy, made with in efficient components that fail to transfer anywhere near your full effort from the pedals to the wheels. Parts fail quick, costly to repair. I have a cheap 300 quid giant which is reasonable but I can tell the difference between that bike and my hybrid costing three times as much. A three hundred quid bike is a fair bit cost wise, but it's at least satisfactory and durable.

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Besford
jaydeeuk1
Besford
It's been said so many times before but just once more: these cheap bikes will be a big disappointment - really!
Brother and I had cheap bikes when we were kids, loved them.
Well good for you - that proves thousands of others wrong then.
Seriously, no one said don't buy them - but 'caveat emptor' applies. They're not just kids bikes either.

I honestly have no idea why his post made you so uptight.
Ordered with 5.25% TCB too. Thanks.
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Animal Bike Horns 50p (Free Click and Collect) @ Halfords

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Saw these on clearance, seem not to bad on stock aswell. They have Tiger, Bear, Duck and Elephant. Direct link goes to tiger others are in first post
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Gosh, is Mr B Wiggins posting us cycling accessories deals on HUKD all the way from Rio to motivate the UK ​to cycle more? That chap really is a legend. ;)
Getting these for the girlfriend's snazzy new road bike, thanks OP.
Cool find op, heat added :)
Thanks Wiggy, been looking for a horn for my animal bike :D

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nice find op. heat added
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Huge cycling sale at Planetx e.g 1 litre of dry lube for £13.00 reduced from £50

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Planet X and Sale in the same sentence. Ha!

To be fair, you could get a litre of branded lube delivered for under £10 yesterday. Given that this represents a lifetime's supply for some people, I think it's okay to call it a sale.

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Planet X and Sale in the same sentence. Ha!
SFconvert
One litre of lube, 100ml lasts me about 5 years, and have 4 bikes.

I guess it depends on the approach you take.

Reading threads on the Bike Radar forum, some people lube the chain, jockey wheels and mech pivots every couple of hundred miles in the dry and after every ride in the wet. So they'd be getting through 120ml bottles pretty quickly and buying a litre at a time would make sense if the price is low enough.
We have a bike in the village that has had many riders. By all accounts needs very little lubrication. Just the odd "pint" if you've not ridden it for a while , and it's good to go ;)
One litre of lube, 100ml lasts me about 5 years, and have 4 bikes.
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Boardman Hybrid Team Bike £559.20 @ Halfords

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Halfords built my board man roadie only went back to adjust the gears after about 50miles it's a year old and never had any issues wth the build
Agree, don't let halfords build it
Boardman bikes are great bikes but don't trust halfords to build it. Mine had to go back numerous occasions due to problems. Eventually I took it to an independent bike repairer who was shocked at how badly put together it was. He sorted it for £20 now rides like a dream.
I meant to say e.g a road bike. sorry :)
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Great discount.
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Carrera Valour Mens Mountain Bike 2015 Half Price £199.99 @ Halfords Free C&C

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Not an expert on bikes but there is an extra 20% discount making this bike at half price. Free click and collect in an hour in my local store. I guess you will tell me if I should get on my bike…
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I reckon 90%+ of people who ride bikes with suspension would be far better off without. Unless you're doing some serious off road/downhill stuff it's just added weight and more to go wrong.

Maybe but some towns really do have awful roads so it makes a big difference plus having some extra bike weight can help at times in bad weather.

No bikes at all in my area on ebay and the search is rubbish put in my postcode and it still gives results for places the other side of country I am in Duston not Wales ebay.
I reckon 90%+ of people who ride bikes with suspension would be far better off without. Unless you're doing some serious off road/downhill stuff it's just added weight and more to go wrong.
This is a good price if you just want to test the waters, but you will be replacing it in a years time if that. I would at least for for disc breaks though makes a big difference i think!
Well spotted mate, had been pondering on cycling after watching Britian getting GOLD. Ordered!!!
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cheers shab.thats me off to halfords ;)http://49.media.tumblr.com/4a8732227e626c6a590243edb4a4ec92/tumblr_nz84kbwyrI1v07q9qo1_400.gif
lol at that gif. X) still laughing.. he had 1 job to do

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As above. Great reviews and fits most cars. £160 on Amazon. Saris bones 2 bike carrier also available £79.00 Saris Bones Black 3 Bike Rear Cycle Carrier Explore further from your local trails…
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....I had this rack and its very sturdy but changed to a Saris Gran Fondo so I didnt have to use the light board. I also now use a Seasucker, awesome bike mount and very expensive.
Ooh you must be so rich! X)
Ha, I wish, Meant to phrase it as BUT expensive.
rhinopaul
....I had this rack and its very sturdy but changed to a Saris Gran Fondo so I didnt have to use the light board. I also now use a Seasucker, awesome bike mount and very expensive.

Ooh you must be so rich! X)
theblackbuck
Gaa... I missed out. And I had researched these (apparently they're very good) earlier in the week :(


I wouldn't worry too much' they'll be a voucher code for this I expect anytime soon' so if you can wait a couple of weeks i reckon this will be back on or perhaps even cheaper still :{
Gaa... I missed out. And I had researched these (apparently they're very good) earlier in the week :(
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The extra £10 saving ends tonight so if you want one you'd better get your skates on

Ok thanks.

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Boardman Presta Bike Inner Tubes £1.00 @ Halfords - free c&c

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Struggling with what all the number on the inner tubes mean. Are these for mountain bikes only?
Been this price for months, bought a few recently, as others have said the presta valve isn't threaded not a major problem, not had chance to use them yet, as tubeless been going ok
first thing I do is take the thread off of the stem. it is pointless and a nightmare in winter when it is frozen up
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Great price. I see what the (only) reviewer, who gave it 2 stars means though: it's odd that the stem isn't threaded so that you can secure it with a nut like other presta tubes.

No, that's GOOD. Unthreaded valve stems don't chew up the inside of your pump head. The nut is only of use for noobs to secure the tube in place during installation and if you do it too tightly it can pinch the tube. After installation, you can discard it. If you leave it on and ride on a flat the valve often snaps and can cause rim damage where it's bolted.

Given the choice - smooth valves, no nuts and no valve caps either as they're redundant also.


+1 on the valve caps. Got to keep the weight down ;)
Muig1972
Great price. I see what the (only) reviewer, who gave it 2 stars means though: it's odd that the stem isn't threaded so that you can secure it with a nut like other presta tubes.

No, that's GOOD. Unthreaded valve stems don't chew up the inside of your pump head. The nut is only of use for noobs to secure the tube in place during installation and if you do it too tightly it can pinch the tube. After installation, you can discard it. If you leave it on and ride on a flat the valve often snaps and can cause rim damage where it's bolted.

Given the choice - smooth valves, no nuts and no valve caps either as they're redundant also.
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Personally i was interested in getting a ribble prime which cost £320 with postage or £305 with a prevous discount code but now is the time to bite.

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Carrera tdf £199.20 @ halfords

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Carrera TDF Mens Ltd Road Bike Imagine flying along the road, the wind whipping through your ... helmet - that dream can be real with the Carrera TDF Men's Ltd Road Bike. Strong and speedy, thanks to…
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All fur and nae knickers. It has a carbon fork but overall it's heavy for an entrance level bike, chainset is primitive, wheels heavy. Nice paint though.
Isnt the Carrera zelos a better option for same price at halfords
no where to find out what the weight limit on these are?
I have a Halfords Carrerra large frame bike I was going to sell, nothing the matter with it, only reason is I bought a slightly smaller frame bike off a guy in our fitness cycle club, I'm 5:10 and everyone says it's too large, and I have suffered back pain. I'm in Co DURHAM, looking for £120 Ono? Philip.
cocobwoy
Can anyone help as now I am second guessing if to buy this?
Wanting to give cycling a go but not really sure what to buy, never been on a road bike so thinking something second hand. Budget £100-£150 really i'm 6ft so looking online would need something large.
Seen a couple on ebay but no idea what to look for
Thanks
I have a Halfords Carrerra large frame bike I was going to sell, nothing the matter with it, only reason is I bought a slightly smaller frame bike off a guy in our fitness cycle club, I'm 5:10 and everyone says it's too large, and I have suffered back pain. I'm in Co DURHAM, looking for £120 Ono? Philip.
cocobwoy
Can anyone help as now I am second guessing if to buy this?
Wanting to give cycling a go but not really sure what to buy, never been on a road bike so thinking something second hand. Budget £100-£150 really i'm 6ft so looking online would need something large.
Seen a couple on ebay but no idea what to look for
Thanks
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£5 in Colchester
£15 on site!
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ASOS Tan Real Leather Biker Jacket reduced from £190 to £39.00 delivered

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I bought it as well & absolutely love it, my 19 year old daughter tried mine on & loved it so much that she's ordered one too. It's nice on & feels like great quality leather. Big thanks to the OP.
Really??! sounds like they've got the wrong jacket in the picture - the mens' jacket. thanks ladies i might treat myself now x

It's definitely the jacket in the pic, don't want you ordering thinking its a mistake in the listing!

It's a boyfriend style & obviously it's subjective whether you like that style or not. I love it, think it goes really nicely over my dresses & think it was a real bargain for the quality :)
24shaz1
I bought it as well & absolutely love it, my 19 year old daughter tried mine on & loved it so much that she's ordered one too. It's nice on & feels like great quality leather. Big thanks to the OP.

Really??! sounds like they've got the wrong jacket in the picture - the mens' jacket. thanks ladies i might treat myself now x
I bought it as well & absolutely love it, my 19 year old daughter tried mine on & loved it so much that she's ordered one too. It's nice on & feels like great quality leather. Big thanks to the OP.
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I ended up buying two! One for my daughters Christmas and one for me! Arrived today, perfect fit, buttery leather, I am so pleased. blondecaz a big x
Is it as baggy armed , tight across the chest as it looks?
Not at all. I have a large bust, I can zip it up which is unusual for me with this style. The arms are perfect. I would recommend it. Not a problem to return if your disappointed.
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I ended up buying two! One for my daughters Christmas and one for me! Arrived today, perfect fit, buttery leather, I am so pleased. blondecaz a big x

Is it as baggy armed , tight across the chest as it looks?