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Posted 16 May 2023

Boardman MHT 8.6 Mens 29er Mountain Bike - 1x10 Deore & Hydraulic brakes £571.50 at Halfords

£571.50£63510% off
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Great bike. And additional 10% off for BLC / British Cycling. Available in S, M & L.

Can also get topcashback Halfords vouchers to purchase and get even cheaper!

Remember Quidco works with Halfords too.

Shimano Deore 1x10 with 11-46T cassette
Reliable Tektro hydraulic disc brakes
Suntour Raidon Air fork with 120mm travel (decent fork, don't let the brand name put you off, I had one and it's good).

Full details:

FREE - Bike built and collected in store

Vittoria Barzo, wire bead
Suntour Raidon XC LO-R Air fork
Forks - Adjustable damping
Bottom Bracket
Shimano HollowTech
Shimano M4100, 10-speed, 11-46T
KMC, 10-speed
Shimano M5100, 32T Narrow Wide, S - 170mm M/L - 175mm
Front Hub
Black, alloy, 9x100mm
Front Brake
Tektro HD-M285 hydraulic disc brake, 180mm rotor
Boardman Lock-on, black
Black alloy, 15mm rise, S - 720mm M/L - 740mm
FSA No.10
Wellgo Flat Pedal, 9/16" axle
Pedals Included
Quick Release Front Wheel
Rear Hub
Boost QR
Rear Derailleur
Shimano Deore RD-M5120, 10-speed
Boardman 25mm internal, tubeless ready
Tyre Size
29 x 2.25"
Front Suspension
Black, alloy, 31.6mm
Fork travel
Frame Material
Brake Type
Hydraulic Disc Brakes
Rear Brake
Tektro HD-M285 hydraulic disc brake, 160mm rotor
Gear Shifters
Shimano Deore SL-M4100-R, 1x10
Trail Hardtail
Shimano Deore M4100, 1x10
Handlebar Type
MTB flat bar
Number of Gears
Quick Release Rear Wheel
Rear Mech
Shimano Deore RD-M5120, 10-speed
Boardman MHT Saddle
Black, alloy, 45mm
Wheel Size
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  1. deleted48909's avatar
    The fork needs filling with oil to get decent and consistent performance. Guides available online.

    The fillers they use on the welds are also a bit ropey.....will fall off (along with your paint) within a couple of years of decent use
    This.Is.Dog's avatar
    I would also advise filling the tyres with cement too otherwise the wheels and saddle will fall off.*

    * may not be strictly true.
  2. deleted2805043's avatar
    DealHunter5's avatar
    Sorry what’s this ?
  3. The_Hoff's avatar
    £520 with Totum, nice!
    This.Is.Dog's avatar
    What's Totum?
  4. Holliator's avatar
    50194133-G7RPx.jpgit appears Halfords have reduced blue light discount to 7% now for bike purchases
    Toneluck's avatar
    Good. I'd be happy with 5%, not change my mind and start pushing for 10%, that's just greedy and unrealistic!
  5. BanditHeeler's avatar
    I see these bikes and feel like crying when looking at the rusty cheap thing I ride to work 🤦‍♂️
    stec77's avatar
    Are least it’s less desirable by thieves! Pros and cons!
  6. eddibabyyeah's avatar
    If you have a cycle to work scheme, then this would be extremely good value for money.
  7. Minstadave's avatar
    Looks solid spec for the money.
    This.Is.Dog's avatar
    If they did XL would have bought one. These are wicked bikes.
  8. ljm123's avatar
    This or wiggle.com/p/v…lue

    I’m borderline L / XL so could go for either but I’m torn!

    Anyone have any opinions on them? Thanks!
    Toneluck's avatar
    If you're in the middle, always go for the smaller size
  9. david.maughan's avatar
    I have the exact bike in large in the green/grey colour that im in the process of selling to a friend for £250 as i replaced it with a Nukeproof Scout Comp after owning the Boardman for a year.

    Honeslty, no complaints. It was my first bike since I was a kid and had me falling in love with touring around the woods and through the country side. I paid £650/£700 15 months ago.
  10. billy.bronco's avatar
    Nice bike 🏍
  11. kuboro37's avatar
    Ordered, Thanks
  12. jimboblukey's avatar
    I don’t think so Davester. This bike is decent value and spec for the money!
    Wigady's avatar
    Think is the same fork that came on my Bizango and swapping the grease for Fox Fluid on my first service made a noticeable improvement to small/fast bump sensitivity (cobblestones, gravel ect). It’s good with the grease but better with oil is probs the best way to look at it

    While your servicing you can also move a pin in the air side and up the travel to 130mm
  13. dsmliverpool's avatar
    Boardmans are great bikes, I’ve had two but I won’t buy another as they tend to us limited run parts that are had to find a few years in. I struggled to find a crankset, and gears to fit after a lot of trying.
    This.Is.Dog's avatar
    Just change it up, they're standard parts. I fitted a new BB and cranks on my MHT.
  14. jimboblukey's avatar
    I’ve never owned a boardman but you can’t grumble at their bang for buck. I’d defo consider buying in future!
  15. Matty1234's avatar
    Looking at treating myself to a new bike, does anyone know how this compares to the explore 520 at decathlon?
    This.Is.Dog's avatar
    The Rockrider looks ok but this has a better fork, for me the Boardman.
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