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Apollo Entice Womens Mountain Bike 20'' £90 Halfords
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Apollo Entice Womens Mountain Bike 20'' £90 Halfords

£90£10010%Halfords Deals
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Posted 26th Nov 2019

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Great price for this bike, I went through Quidco and used their code to give me 10% off making the bike £90.00 delivered.

You can take this to your local Halfords and they will put it together free of charge too.
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Honestly don't buy this. Horrible to ride and maintain. Buy a decent better spec second hand bike.
It's a lot of bike for that money especially with an aluminium frame but the front suspension is pointless at this price level so what you saved in frame weight you've probably added back by a factor of 5x with that front suspension which you really don't need. I'd always recommend no suspension on a cheap bike and preferably a 1x drivetrain so it's easier to maintain. It's not as bad as a dual suspension bike at this price level though.
Web_Freeby26/11/2019 08:10

Honestly don't buy this. Horrible to ride and maintain. Buy a decent …Honestly don't buy this. Horrible to ride and maintain. Buy a decent better spec second hand bike.


Based on ? Basic components which will be enough for most casual bike users. I wouldn't take it on a mountain, but I have never raced a racer in 40 years of riding them so what's in a name.
I am taking it to be put together today, it is perfect for what my teen daughter wants a bike for and suprising it isnt too heavy. I did worry when I saw the comments about weight but it is just a standard bike weight really.
Natalie_EilataN27/11/2019 06:52

I am taking it to be put together today, it is perfect for what my teen …I am taking it to be put together today, it is perfect for what my teen daughter wants a bike for and suprising it isnt too heavy. I did worry when I saw the comments about weight but it is just a standard bike weight really.


It probably would have been about 0.5-1kg lighter with rigid forks or possibly more. If the suspension forks fail in a year or so or start being too spongy they can always be replaced with rigid forks later on. Remember the bike will need extra care because of the forks, often the seals aren't great on cheap forks so its often not safe to leave the bike out in the rain and may need frequent servicing, greasing to keep them working well. Annoyingly manufacturers no longer fit gaiters to suspension as they aren't fashionable/trendy but they make suspension forks more weather proof.
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