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BOSSNUT EVO bike @ Go Outdoors - £639.20
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BOSSNUT EVO bike @ Go Outdoors - £639.20

£639.20£79920%Go Outdoors Deals
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Posted 18th Mar

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Oh my goodness why a deal. Plenty of stock but only 1 XL!

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What a deal!!!
Amazing deal
The "women's" colour way (spec is identical, on the listing at least!) of the latest Bossnut @ 719.20 is a steal. As is the Sentry at under £1360!
Hell of a deal, voted hot but not for me pitched for dowhilling
Mrepg18/03/2020 16:54

Hell of a deal, voted hot but not for me pitched for dowhilling


If you mean this bike is for downhill use, it's not really. It's an all round trail bike.
Looks like a wild goose chase near me but the new model is also 20% too.
CharlieBravo18/03/2020 16:36

The "women's" colour way (spec is identical, on the listing at least!) of …The "women's" colour way (spec is identical, on the listing at least!) of the latest Bossnut @ 719.20 is a steal. As is the Sentry at under £1360!


Looking in a few features its claimed the womens one has a lighter shock tune but I wonder..... the 2020 women's one is 880 before discount it hasn't got a "shrink it and pink it" colour scheme so doesn't look a bad shout.
No stock available when you checkout
Great price no stock
Great deal but no stock.
Very tempted by the Sentry, that really is a bargain for a great spec bike...
I have an original Bossnut and have taken it down to the Alps several times - 3V, Saalbach, PdS. It's not a downhill bike, but it's taken a real hammering and stood up to it really well. They may be cheap but they are great, solid, well specced bikes. I'd certainly get another.
Edited by: "robs1" 23rd Mar
And with Cyclescheme...hmm
CharlieBravo18/03/2020 16:36

The "women's" colour way (spec is identical, on the listing at least!) of …The "women's" colour way (spec is identical, on the listing at least!) of the latest Bossnut @ 719.20 is a steal. As is the Sentry at under £1360!


Lordy, the 20% code makes that a ridiculous bargain!
Amazing deal if you can find one...
Got mine this time last year for the same price and love it, added a dropper post and gone tubeless, great bike
Good deal. A bit much for me , but looking at the other bikes they have. Is this decent for the money?Calibre
Cheers Si
Does it have lock out on the suspensions (both)?
Also are the front suspensions air or hydraulic?
I have been eyeing up either a Sentry or one of the new Bossnuts for a while but this is a cracking price for the older model, I don't think you will find a new bike of this spec for any cheaper, Fantastic deal! Great Find OP!
Edited by: "lloydy187" 18th Mar
Astonishingly good bike for the money.
ADT18/03/2020 21:32

Does it have lock out on the suspensions (both)?Also are the front …Does it have lock out on the suspensions (both)?Also are the front suspensions air or hydraulic?


I believe front is air and neither are lock out.
Amazing deal. Also worth checking your halifax cashback deals as I currently have 7% cashback on go outdoors. You can also try for topcashback or quidco cashback too although that would probably be denied. Voted hot of course even if stock is minimal plus that 20% off can be used for many other bikes at Go Outdoors.
That's an amazing deal.
bonzobanana19/03/2020 12:52

Amazing deal. Also worth checking your halifax cashback deals as I …Amazing deal. Also worth checking your halifax cashback deals as I currently have 7% cashback on go outdoors. You can also try for topcashback or quidco cashback too although that would probably be denied. Voted hot of course even if stock is minimal plus that 20% off can be used for many other bikes at Go Outdoors.


If I could trouble you for your opinion of this versus the Riddick from Paulscycles you linked to on another bike thread thread. Cheers Si
essexsi19/03/2020 20:09

If I could trouble you for your opinion of this versus the Riddick from …If I could trouble you for your opinion of this versus the Riddick from Paulscycles you linked to on another bike thread thread. Cheers Si


Difficult to split them because both are great value if you are using the 20% of discount at go outdoors, without the 20% off I would definitely say the Riddick bike. The bike I linked to was on the Parkers of Bolton site and on the same site there is also a 29" version of the bike for £269 which is another option. The Rockshox fork of the calibre is more desirable if for no other reason you will be able to get spares easily and it has the better brand. In reality it looks like a very entry level Rockshox fork compared to a lower mid-level Suntour, I doubt there is much in it. Both are 100mm I think. Still the Rockshox is the one to get but overall the Riddick is stronger in slightly more areas elsewhere.
A great price if it existed which sadly it doesn’t. I put the XL in my basket yesterday and it showed 1 in stock available for collection only. When you go to choose a store there are no stores that you can collect from.
Trickytimes20/03/2020 08:40

A great price if it existed which sadly it doesn’t. I put the XL in my b …A great price if it existed which sadly it doesn’t. I put the XL in my basket yesterday and it showed 1 in stock available for collection only. When you go to choose a store there are no stores that you can collect from.


Yeh it's a bit crap. Just tried to buy a Small of the new model. It's collect only but I couldn't see a single store on the UK with stock.
30 miles on mine today40162137-jfjct.jpg
Rockshox reverb, I had some vouchers for Halfords from work
Called them up and they confirmed OOS just they are short staffed so didn’t update the website.
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