Boardman road pro carbon SLR for £1619 @ Halfords.
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Boardman road pro carbon SLR for £1619 @ Halfords.

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Found 26th Feb 2016
At present there is 10% off the 2016 Boardman range on the halfords website but the Boardman road pro carbon SLR is the bike that stands out for me,full sram force 22 groupset and a total weight of around 7kg is cracking value.
Also if you a member of british cycling it is possible to get a further 10% off making the price £1457!
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And the expert cyclist voting this as -ve is.....?????? For those that voted, that means "negative" - look it up in the dictionary if you are not sure what it means, or ask a friend if that's too tough). If you do not know what you are writing about, do not vote. I have used no other abbrieviations in this post (from Latin word "brevis", meaning short - look it up before commenting and you'll find I am right) so that even the simplest voter can understand this post. Just because you cannot afford it, it does not mean it is not a good deal. Good grief, keep you're opinion to yourself if you have not a clue. Before you ask, no I cannot (still no abbrieviations) afford this but still know it is a good deal. No, I am not some person that fancies themselves as an academic or intellectual, I just think some people on this forum comment for the sake of making themselves look better than others and vote in complete ignorance of the facts. There you have it, and, yes, I did have a bad day at work. However, for the integrity of this forum, keep your opinion to yourself unless it is an informed one, otherwise you only make yourself look ill-informed. Oh, go on then, look up that as well if you need to. You will find that is the correct spelling.
Edited by: "minidan" 26th Feb 2016
Oh, yes, the correct Irish spelling of "Finnmaccool" is "Finn McCool" or "Finn MacOill", the famous Irish father of Stephen Roche. Hmmm, maybe not quite right, but a giant in cycling nonetheless. My stomping ground was Bushmills, so do not argue.
Uncorroborated voting should not count.
minidan

And the expert cyclist voting this as -ve is.....?????? For those that … And the expert cyclist voting this as -ve is.....?????? For those that voted, that means "negative" - look it up in the dictionary if you are not sure what it means, or ask a friend if that's too tough). If you do not know what you are writing about, do not vote. I have used no other abbrieviations in this post (from Latin word "brevis", meaning short - look it up before commenting and you'll find I am right) so that even the simplest voter can understand this post. Just because you cannot afford it, it does not mean it is not a good deal. Good grief, keep you're opinion to yourself if you have not a clue. Before you ask, no I cannot (still no abbrieviations) afford this but still know it is a good deal. No, I am not some person that fancies themselves as an academic or intellectual, I just think some people on this forum comment for the sake of making themselves look better than others and vote in complete ignorance of the facts. There you have it, and, yes, I did have a bad day at work. However, for the integrity of this forum, keep your opinion to yourself unless it is an informed one, otherwise you only make yourself look ill-informed. Oh, go on then, look up that as well if you need to. You will find that is the correct spelling.

... What a t***
+1 for the **** vote
Think this was always going to suffer . I suspect most people voting cold probably not cyclists and can't justify spending £1600 when a £300 bike will serve them perfectly adequately. why buy a rolls Royce when a fiat or ford will do????
Why are their bikes made for minions? I am 6ft 5 and need a BIG frame. 54cm is their max and at 6ft 5 I need 59+. Not voting either way.
minidan

And the expert cyclist voting this as -ve is.....?????? For those that … And the expert cyclist voting this as -ve is.....?????? For those that voted, that means "negative" - look it up in the dictionary if you are not sure what it means, or ask a friend if that's too tough). If you do not know what you are writing about, do not vote. I have used no other abbrieviations in this post (from Latin word "brevis", meaning short - look it up before commenting and you'll find I am right) so that even the simplest voter can understand this post. Just because you cannot afford it, it does not mean it is not a good deal. Good grief, keep you're opinion to yourself if you have not a clue. Before you ask, no I cannot (still no abbrieviations) afford this but still know it is a good deal. No, I am not some person that fancies themselves as an academic or intellectual, I just think some people on this forum comment for the sake of making themselves look better than others and vote in complete ignorance of the facts. There you have it, and, yes, I did have a bad day at work. However, for the integrity of this forum, keep your opinion to yourself unless it is an informed one, otherwise you only make yourself look ill-informed. Oh, go on then, look up that as well if you need to. You will find that is the correct spelling.



I'll vote cold 'cause I can. Oh, think I will stay with my near mint LOOK KG386 hand built in Ferrari red over black(2004).which makes this COLD....Brrrrr...
minidan

And the expert cyclist voting this as -ve is.....?????? For those that … And the expert cyclist voting this as -ve is.....?????? For those that voted, that means "negative" - look it up in the dictionary if you are not sure what it means, or ask a friend if that's too tough). If you do not know what you are writing about, do not vote. I have used no other abbrieviations in this post (from Latin word "brevis", meaning short - look it up before commenting and you'll find I am right) so that even the simplest voter can understand this post. Just because you cannot afford it, it does not mean it is not a good deal. Good grief, keep you're opinion to yourself if you have not a clue. Before you ask, no I cannot (still no abbrieviations) afford this but still know it is a good deal. No, I am not some person that fancies themselves as an academic or intellectual, I just think some people on this forum comment for the sake of making themselves look better than others and vote in complete ignorance of the facts. There you have it, and, yes, I did have a bad day at work. However, for the integrity of this forum, keep your opinion to yourself unless it is an informed one, otherwise you only make yourself look ill-informed. Oh, go on then, look up that as well if you need to. You will find that is the correct spelling.



​welcome to hukd!! oO
Obviously crannagio was not sure of the spelling, nor what he was talking about. Still a good set of wheels but I agree, perhaps if you are not 6foot 5 plus!
crannagio

... What a t***


n********* , yeah, work that one out, s****************
Road.cc have just reviewed this bike and gave it 4.5 stars and that is at the original £1800 price.
Road.cc review
I am so tempted by this. I can get 10% British Cycling discount plus I can buy Halfords vouchers at 20% off via work. The overall cost would be around £1165 which is an absolute steal for a bike of this quality & specification. I just need to figure out how I can sell the idea to my wife!
Edited by: "ronray" 2nd Mar 2016
I've just started riding the previous version of the pro carbon, it dipped below the grand mark at Christmas then they (halfrauds) gave away £100 worth of kit. It's a flying machine. Love it, oh and it was on the cycle to work scheme. If the new one is half as good. Get it!
I went for it in the end. The 10% off deal came back again. Then I got an extra 10% off with BCC, then 20% off Halfords vouchers via work. On top of this I have claimed Quidco. Plus when I went to pick it up yesterday they also let me choose £160 worth of accessories. I'm just waiting for some dry weather to take it out in - may be a while looking at the forecast.
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