Big bike clearance at Rutland Cycling: up to 50% or more off, eg adult bikes from £211.19 (Giant Escape 3 - 39% off).
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Big bike clearance at Rutland Cycling: up to 50% or more off, eg adult bikes from £211.19 (Giant Escape 3 - 39% off).

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Found 2nd AprEdited by:"Besford"
Above is an example only and may be sold by the time you read this: you need to review the site as many are single bikes.

If you're looking for a bike bargain it's worth a look at Rutland Cycling's site. There's an enormous range of bikes in their clearance sale - some one offs, some 2017 models, some returns (they have a demo scheme), some ex-hire, etc. They sell respected top brands. They have some retail shops around the East Midlands too if you want to view and/or collect.

TIP: Re-order 'low to high'.

This is a chain of proper bike shops and all of their bikes (new or used) have been properly set up by their bike mechanics before being sent out on free 24hr delivery (most of UK). I also know from my son's experience that they back up what they sell: when his new bike turned up with a wheel slightly out of true they willingly paid for a local bike shop to correct it.

Most discounts seem to be in the 30%-50% range but I spotted some bigger discounts too.

"Spring is almost here, and we have reduced the price across a range of last season's bikes. Save up to 40% on 2017 bikes from Specialized, Giant, Trek, Cube, Scott and many more! Plus save even more on selected limited edition press and ex-demo bikes from Scott and Giant. These press and ex-demo bikes have seen limited use during the season, and have been carefully looked after by the brands' own experienced mechanics. All bikes are fully checked over by our Cytech mechanics prior to despatch and shipped out on a free 24 hour shipping service as standard."
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Cold voters PLEASE post your reasons for the possible benefit of others. Thanks.
Some good deals..
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afroylnt8 m ago

Some good deals..


Thanks. Several cold votes from anonymous posters: I have no idea whether they're annoyed they didn't post first or have something really important they should share with us all (eg if they've had bad experience with the retailer). This can be a weird site sometimes!
Edited by: "Besford" 2nd Apr
Besford16 m ago

Cold voters PLEASE post your reasons for the possible benefit of others. …Cold voters PLEASE post your reasons for the possible benefit of others. Thanks.


It's been on for two weeks and there is nothing much left.
The few decent spec bikes left look to be selling at a sale price simply in line with what would be expected at that price.
Just looked at the cheaper range around the 250 mark and all are seconds and have pictures of damage maybe thats why the cold votes
Besford1 h, 12 m ago

Cold voters PLEASE post your reasons for the possible benefit of others. …Cold voters PLEASE post your reasons for the possible benefit of others. Thanks.


Russian interference, I bet
Would have gone for the sirrus elite but oos. Some good deals
I hate websites that use pop-ups
Their sale is worth keeping an eye on throughout the year though, got a great deal on a Giant TCR adv pro 1 for £1,500 (ex demo)
Besford4 h, 47 m ago

Cold voters PLEASE post your reasons for the possible benefit of others. …Cold voters PLEASE post your reasons for the possible benefit of others. Thanks.


Good luck with that one!
Gt grade is still a hell of a bike for this money Gt grade
I have receive a rusted bike that is like a jigsaw puzzle and no instructions from Rutland last week. The customer service have been less than satisfactory. Cold
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zcgby0320 m ago

I have receive a rusted bike that is like a jigsaw puzzle and no …I have receive a rusted bike that is like a jigsaw puzzle and no instructions from Rutland last week. The customer service have been less than satisfactory. Cold


I've responded to your very disappointing comments on the other thread. I'm going to expire these two threads based on your experience but also ask you to let us know how you get on with Rutland. This is very different to my experience of them.

Don't understand the 'jigsaw puzzle' comment. They claim you just have to put the handlebars and pedals on. Is this not so or have you never done any basic bike assembly before?
Besford6th Apr

I've responded to your very disappointing comments on the other thread. …I've responded to your very disappointing comments on the other thread. I'm going to expire these two threads based on your experience but also ask you to let us know how you get on with Rutland. This is very different to my experience of them.Don't understand the 'jigsaw puzzle' comment. They claim you just have to put the handlebars and pedals on. Is this not so or have you never done any basic bike assembly before?



They sent the bike in a manufacture sealed box which hadnt been checked or greased! It needs to be undone completely and built from scratch but it being rusted means its a pile of junk.
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