3 for 2 on a selection of bikes.The Terrain Dual Suspension Unisex Mountain bike has a sporty grey and lime green 17-inch steel frame and 24-inch alloy wheels £106.67 @ Tesco
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3 for 2 on a selection of bikes.The Terrain Dual Suspension Unisex Mountain bike has a sporty grey and lime green 17-inch steel frame and 24-inch alloy wheels £106.67 @ Tesco

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Found 28th Oct
The Terrain Dual Suspension Unisex Mountain bike has a sporty grey and lime green 17-inch steel frame and 24-inch alloy wheels. It comes with 18-speed Shimano gears and easy twist gear shifters to make tackling hills easy, as well as dual V-brakes for reliable and controlled braking. This full suspension mountain bike provides improved comfort and control on all surfaces and terrains.

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19kg!!!! My adult bike is 10kg, giving that to a child.

crazy_b28 m ago

19kg!!!! My adult bike is 10kg, giving that to a child.

I agree you can get a alloy frame with half decent specs for not a lot of money plus if you get into it you won't want 3 of these on your cars cycle rack!

Nice spot heat

3 for 2 on bikes... I wonder why no one thought of that before?

"full suspension mountain bike"
Well it resembles one, i suppose.

N E V E R get a "Full Suspension" bikes from Tesco and Toys r Us. because it isn't capable on handling trails and the handlebar shifts when doing downhill. Heat for a starter bike for kids

I suppose you can't really argue with the value of £70 each for a dual suspension mountain style bike suitable for teenagers and small adults. It's just finding 3 people who want the same bike at the same time. As for quality, the lower end components won't be quite so bad for children and smaller adults. The bike will be heavy, inefficient and the front suspension will no doubt be problematic over time but again with lighter riders maybe it will last longer. As long as people understand these are mountain bike style bikes not actually suitable for drops and jumps. Light off road use is fine I'm sure. These bikes can actually be quite comfortable on the road too. However they are painfully slow and inefficient. You will be hauling extra weight and some of the energy you put into the bike as you cycle will be lost with the constant movement of the suspension. At the bottom end fully rigid mountain bikes without suspension are better. Often stronger, lighter and more efficient meaning faster. Even off road there are many advantages to strong rigid forks over cheap suspension.
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