26" Gents Dual Suspension Bike only £69.99 from woolies

26" Gents Dual Suspension Bike only £69.99 from woolies

Found 30th Sep 2006
Here's a great price for a 26" Gents Dual Suspension Bike from woolworths - only £69.99! You can have this delivered to your local store for free, or you can pay £4.95 to get it delivered to your home. (Persoaly, I'd pay for the delivery as these flat pack items can be bulky and awkward to collect)

Details: Universal Mantis - Gents full suspension Enduro Y frame cycle, 26" alloy rims, V type brakes, 18 speed index gears with twistshift, upswept handlebars, 2 finger adjustable levers. Inside leg: 29" - 35", Age: 14 years +

Features: Alloy rims * Y frame * Dual suspension
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Also available at £69.99:
and £59.99:
Don't forget if you haven't used the one off discount code (WW1)yet you can save a good 10% discount on these bikes.Don't forget Quidco for 5% also.:)
Thanks for this emma.:thumbsup:
attach the pedals and handbar then ride it home!
I believe these have been on offer before – has anyone bought one and can provide any feedback? I assume these are steel framed – I’m interested as whether the bike is particularly heavy?
For that price I don't think you can go wrong with any of those bikes. I think if you want something with better spec and weight is particularly an issue you should be looking at a bigger budget. Mine cost £400 and is light, but my partner paid £90 for hers and it is heavier but I wouldn't describe it as anything like heavy.
These look like universal cycle bicycles. Personally i wouldn't go near them, because of the quality (i used own a bicycle business). Used get tons of problem with them. If you would like a bicycle which is less heavy go for aluminum frame usually saying 7005. If you would like quality bicycle try falcon, claud butler, ideal etc.
Cheers for all the extra info and opinions guys
Bought one a month back when they were £59.99 got my 3% QUIDCC back as well. The bike is grand, I've had no problems with it. I went for the in-store pick-up. Truthfully it's not the best bike in the world but does the job.:thumbsup:
[SIZE=2]Yeah it will be heavy. If it for the occaisional run down the shops or down the tow path you should be ok but if you want to do a bit more you are better off spending £200 or more and getting a low-end GT or Claud Butler for you first bike.[/SIZE]
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