Back in stock/amended price/Spokey Joe Trailer was £89.99 get it for £52.82 delivered ( less using sim card loophole ) @ Tesco Direct & Quidco too.
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Back in stock/amended price/Spokey Joe Trailer was £89.99 get it for £52.82 delivered ( less using sim card loophole ) @ Tesco Direct & Quidco too.

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Found 2nd Oct 2008Made hot 2nd Oct 2008
Add to basket with £2.47 sim card ( loophole for free delivery ) and use £9.00 discount code XX7GRX valid till 9/11/2008 Thanks to poster Wonderwoman )
see basket below.
This is £119 on another site. Remember Quidco too.

The Spokey Joe cycle trailer is tool-free and fast-fitting, capable of towing up to 100lb. It has seating for 2 children with room for luggage behind the seats. Made from 420 denier PU-coated material and a tough steel frame, this cycle trailer has quick-release wheels and a universal chain stay hitch that fits most bicycles. This Spokey Joe cycle trailer includes a 5-point retention safety harness, waterproof sun or rain cover with a window, safety flap and zipped front for easy cleaning.

Next day delivery available if ordered before midday in most areas


Product Price
Subtotal £92.42
1 x Spokey Joe Trailer £89.99
1 x Orange SIM Pack £2.43

Delivery
Description Price
Total delivery chargefor this order is £4.85
Subtotal after deliveryfor this order is £97.27

Discounts & promotions
Description Amount
Subtotal after discountsfor this order is £61.82
Free Delivery on selected SIM cardsfor this order is -£4.85
Save 1/3 off selected Bike Accessoriesfor this order is -£30.60

Payments
Description Amount
Subtotal after paymentsfor this order is £52.82
ECoupon
9GBP off directfor this order is -£9.00

Total remaining to pay £52.82 return sim £50.39 paid.

Clubcard points earnedfor this order is61

45 Comments

Don't suppose anyone knows if these can fold up and be put in the car?

Costs £37 to hire one of these for 4 days at centre parcs -

Geat deal my OH has been after one of these for a while

lynnexxxo;3100043
Don't suppose anyone knows if these can fold up and be put in the car? (ie to go somewhere nicer to cycle than round my cul de sac!)


I think they do yes, nowt wrong with a Cul de Sac tho!!

foxymissroxy;3100058
I think they do yes, nowt wrong with a Cul de Sac tho!!



Yeah I know but my neighbours already think I'm a little strange, will be even worse when I start going out on my bike with half a dozen six year olds:whistling:

Just wanted to add the six year olds are on their own bike, not in my trailer (though i would end up with super toned legs..)

Original Poster

lynnexxxo;3100043

Don't suppose anyone knows if these can fold up and be put in the car? … Don't suppose anyone knows if these can fold up and be put in the car? Costs £37 to hire one of these for 4 days at centre parcs -


It looks like it does,but not sure :thinking:

lynnexxxo;3100064

Yeah I know but my neighbours already think I'm a little strange, will be … Yeah I know but my neighbours already think I'm a little strange, will be even worse when I start going out on my bike with half a dozen six year olds:whistling:Just wanted to add the six year olds are on their own bike, not in my trailer (though i would end up with super toned legs..)




I'm staring to feel that too with 6X 6yr olds lol

maybe a people carrier deal will be more up your street!! :whistling::p

foxymissroxy;3100105

I'm staring to feel that too with 6X 6yr olds lol maybe a people carrier … I'm staring to feel that too with 6X 6yr olds lol maybe a people carrier deal will be more up your street!! :whistling::p



There not all mine, god no. Only two are. Though judging by the amount of time they all spend in my garden I 'm not sure

great find these are £99 in mothercare hot hot hot

code does not work

Vouchers we can't use in this order
These eCoupons, Clubcard vouchers or Gift cards will remain available for the next time that you checkout if they are valid for that order.

eCoupon
[ XX7K37] - 13GBP off direct

looks like they may have closed it

Original Poster

oliverbritt;3100141

great find these are £99 in mothercare hot hot hot


Will add to title,thanks for extra info :thumbsup:

Original Poster

cbr900rrt;3100216

cde deos not workVouchers we can't use in this orderThese eCoupons, … cde deos not workVouchers we can't use in this orderThese eCoupons, Clubcard vouchers or Gift cards will remain available for the next time that you checkout if they are valid for that order.eCoupon[ XX7K37] - 13GBP off directlooks likle they may have closed it


Try opening a new account with a different email address,it's still working for me.

cbr900rrt;3100216

cde deos not workVouchers we can't use in this orderThese eCoupons, … cde deos not workVouchers we can't use in this orderThese eCoupons, Clubcard vouchers or Gift cards will remain available for the next time that you checkout if they are valid for that order.eCoupon[ XX7K37] - 13GBP off directlooks likle they may have closed it



dont forget to add the sim card or the £13 code wont work

HOT! I have one of these and it's great. I take my 3 year-old and 1 year-old out together now & again. Cars tend to be very generous about giving you space and people do point and smile alot. I've also found it quite qood for going shopping in too (without the children).

Good for your legs too, it's a heavy thing and with a child inside it's quite a challenge up the hills.

Yes - it does fold flat and the wheels come off quickly so it easily fits in the boot.

Fixes easily to my oversize frame mountain bike and is reasonable waterproof with the plastic screen down (also has flysheet screen for non-rainy days). There's also a very usable pocket outside at the back for waterproofs, sandwiches etc. Flag comes as standard too.

The only real downside I have encountered is that the floor is not solid, it's just material which covers the frame. While this is fine when you're moving it's not ideal for getting the little ones in and out, you have to make sure they stand on the frame and not the material. (I keep thinking about knocking up a bit of plywood to lay down).

Vot hot - I tried giving you some more rep - but Ive got to spread it around first... sorry...

Original Poster

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Your right,remember to add sim,that takes the price to the right value to use code.:thumbsup:

Been hunting one of these for ages... no idea where I'm going to keep it though. Deffo voted hot, I've never seen one for less than £90.

I bought one from cybercheckout.com for £59.99 plus £5 or so delivery, not the same make but nicer looking. Still a good deal from tesco though!!

Omg lol, people actually ride around with these lol.

ordered one, my mum has been looking for one of these to tow her dachounds around in............... yes she is barmy! Heat added.

simate;3100416

Omg lol, people actually ride around with these lol.

Yes "omg lol LOL" :roll:, some people care about pollution, congestion, exercise and saving money. The others sit there "lolling" like some demented character out of South Park.

pibpob;3100618

Yes "omg lol LOL" :roll:, some people care about pollution, congestion, … Yes "omg lol LOL" :roll:, some people care about pollution, congestion, exercise and saving money. The others sit there "lolling" like some demented character out of South Park.



http://www.cleulow.com/mediac/400_0/media/DIR_109/Blue~part~cock.jpg

Great Price.

We had one of these for a year or so. They are okay. Downside is the nylon is not very thick, they are not very robust (rusts easily) and it can be a bit of a squeeze for a 3 and 5 year old.

If you are using them everyday, you may want something sturdier but these will easily last a couple of years by which time your kids will have grown out of them....

Great spot OP!
Only thought is that I wonder if the arm can be swaped onto the other side of the unit (to the RHS), otherwise it wont fit on my Trek with its ABP

I have exactly this model. It is excellent.
It also folds back down easily, and goes back in its cardboard delivery box in the shed nicely.

Recommended.

Thanks to the OP.

Just ordered one.

Suitable for transporting a rough collie anyone?

I guess the rough collie would slide around less than a smooth one.

pibpob;3101180

I guess the rough collie would slide around less than a smooth one.



Very good!!

Murielson;3101089

Suitable for transporting a rough collie anyone?



Not the most ideal transport to take your sick dog to the vets....

nice one - now ordered cheers

I was about to blow 400 on a burley trailer but I'm tempted with this now!

haha @ rough collie jokes, well done

Got one before it expired - cheers dude, was in the market for one of these :thumbsup:

I was about to blow 400 on a burley trailer


I was look at spending ~ £150 on one too but gladI didnt in the end.
By the looks of it, it also converts to a damn ugly stoller, although I doubt the tesco unit comes with the attachements.

http://www.jejamescycles.co.uk/images2/cycles_pro22945L.jpg

For those that are interested this is also available at ]WilkinsonPlus for £69.99 if you cant wait for Tesco to restock.

http://www.wilkinsonplus.com/content/ebiz/wilkinsonplus/invt/0256008/0256008_l.jpg

jazid;3102990

For those that are interested this is also available at ]WilkinsonPlus … For those that are interested this is also available at ]WilkinsonPlus for £69.99 if you cant wait for Tesco to restock.



Great if you want to dangle your kids in traffic!

Dave-T;3103134

Great if you want to dangle your kids in traffic!



Miles of Cycle Paths here in Fife, no need to go near a road

£2.36 tracked on quidco.... looking even cheaper to me... £46.50

Damn. Forgot to run this by CashBackKings
Shame I cant do it retrospectively.

back in stock now
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