Carrera Virtuoso Road Bike - 51, 54cm Frames, £235 at Halfords
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Carrera Virtuoso Road Bike - 51, 54cm Frames, £235 at Halfords

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Carrera Virtuoso Road BikeFly down roads at speed and lap up the miles with the Carrera Virtuoso Road Bike. Its light aluminium frame matched with hi-tensile steel forks ensure the Virtuoso is both responsive and comfortable, while its 16 speed Shimano Claris gearing makes building up speed an absolute piece of cake. Topped off with Tektro R312 Caliper brakes to control your speed and Kenda tyres, the Virtuoso is perfect for any aspiring road cyclist!

  • Frame: Stiff but light aluminium frame means you convert more of your power into speed
  • Forks: Hi-tensile steel fork for extra strength and control
  • Gears: 16 Speed Shimano Claris gears, more precise and lighter weight
  • Brakes: Tektro R312 Caliper brake for controlled stopping in all conditions
  • Wheels: Narrow 700c double wall aluminium wheels for the fastest speed on tarmac
Carrera Virtuoso Road Bike Extra Info
  • FREE Local Store build
  • FREE Bronze Check after 6 weeks
  • Pre-Delivery inspection + 22 point safety check
  • OR get it delivered boxed for self-assembly
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Ignore the bso nonsense the mamils will fill this post with their armchair expertise. If you are one of the 99% of cyclist who will never enter a cycle race this will be a perfectly good commuter or exercise machine. Unfortunately the 1% fantasists make 99% of comments on every bike post.
Edited by: "kramer2088" 1st May
My last carrera lasted over 15 years before i upgraded. Sold it for 200 quid only paid 499 for it.. well worth it imo.
kramer20881 h, 11 m ago

Ignore the bso nonsense the mamils will fill this post with their armchair …Ignore the bso nonsense the mamils will fill this post with their armchair expertise. If you are one of the 99% of cyclist who will never enter a cycle race this will be a perfectly good commuter or exercise machine. Unfortunately the 1% fantasists make 99% of comments on every bike post.


I have many years of experience cycling 15 plus years.. Which as I have gotten older my budget has increased. I now have a Cannondale CAAD12. I have just sold my previous road bike for less than this Carrera costs. If anybody is interesting in cycling, I would recommend speaking to somebody at your local club and asking if any bikes are for sale. As if you buy this you will soon regret it. Anybody with actual experience would not say this is a perfectly good commuter. The worst thing is anybody who buys this will more than likely have very little disposable income and really want a bike. They could infact buy second hand from somebody who has kept their bike in pristine condition and have some spare change to buy a decent quality helmet. But hey I just have armchair expertise. Dont listen to somebody who has been passionate about the sport for over 15 years, just because a keyboard warrior says its perfectly good. It will be perfectly good.

My advice ring a cycling club... Say you want to join but you dont have a bike yet. Say would you recommend this and see what they say.

Goodnight.
Cracking deal. Smashed over 2000miles on my 2015 model before I even had to sort gears ect.
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No other brand around is known for such high quality as Carrera
Ignore the bso nonsense the mamils will fill this post with their armchair expertise. If you are one of the 99% of cyclist who will never enter a cycle race this will be a perfectly good commuter or exercise machine. Unfortunately the 1% fantasists make 99% of comments on every bike post.
Edited by: "kramer2088" 1st May
I have no issues with Carrera brand, Halfords on the other hand
My last carrera lasted over 15 years before i upgraded. Sold it for 200 quid only paid 499 for it.. well worth it imo.
kramer20881 h, 11 m ago

Ignore the bso nonsense the mamils will fill this post with their armchair …Ignore the bso nonsense the mamils will fill this post with their armchair expertise. If you are one of the 99% of cyclist who will never enter a cycle race this will be a perfectly good commuter or exercise machine. Unfortunately the 1% fantasists make 99% of comments on every bike post.


I have many years of experience cycling 15 plus years.. Which as I have gotten older my budget has increased. I now have a Cannondale CAAD12. I have just sold my previous road bike for less than this Carrera costs. If anybody is interesting in cycling, I would recommend speaking to somebody at your local club and asking if any bikes are for sale. As if you buy this you will soon regret it. Anybody with actual experience would not say this is a perfectly good commuter. The worst thing is anybody who buys this will more than likely have very little disposable income and really want a bike. They could infact buy second hand from somebody who has kept their bike in pristine condition and have some spare change to buy a decent quality helmet. But hey I just have armchair expertise. Dont listen to somebody who has been passionate about the sport for over 15 years, just because a keyboard warrior says its perfectly good. It will be perfectly good.

My advice ring a cycling club... Say you want to join but you dont have a bike yet. Say would you recommend this and see what they say.

Goodnight.
Shimano Claris gears for this price is excellent. Remember that there are places to buy Halfords gift vouchers at around 8% discount and British Cycling membership should reduce the price by 10%, but not sure if you can use that in conjunction with the Spend and Save code, which reduces thus bike from the £260to £235.
Edited by: "ashleyh" 2nd May
Cracking deal. Smashed over 2000miles on my 2015 model before I even had to sort gears ect.
Good deal for a commuter bike with alloy frame and the steel forks, ok for short rides but for longer rides a bike with carbon forks would be a big improvement in ride quality.
Edited by: "lightrider" 1st May
whopaysrrp4 h, 36 m ago

I have many years of experience cycling 15 plus years.. Which as I have …I have many years of experience cycling 15 plus years.. Which as I have gotten older my budget has increased. I now have a Cannondale CAAD12. I have just sold my previous road bike for less than this Carrera costs. If anybody is interesting in cycling, I would recommend speaking to somebody at your local club and asking if any bikes are for sale. As if you buy this you will soon regret it. Anybody with actual experience would not say this is a perfectly good commuter. The worst thing is anybody who buys this will more than likely have very little disposable income and really want a bike. They could infact buy second hand from somebody who has kept their bike in pristine condition and have some spare change to buy a decent quality helmet. But hey I just have armchair expertise. Dont listen to somebody who has been passionate about the sport for over 15 years, just because a keyboard warrior says its perfectly good. It will be perfectly good. My advice ring a cycling club... Say you want to join but you dont have a bike yet. Say would you recommend this and see what they say. Goodnight.


The cycling club angle's a pretty good one. As someone with a limited budget I was told to 'buy used'. Good idea, but where from? Ebay? Gumtree? Now I have to deal with completely unknown sizing, wear and tear, plus a total lack of after-sale support. A cycle club would have none of those problems on the other hand because they'd actually know what it is they're selling.

I ended up buying heavily discounted new and the wrong size (I think, I'm putting a lot of weight on the handlebars and shouldn't be)
CampGareth9 m ago

The cycling club angle's a pretty good one. As someone with a limited …The cycling club angle's a pretty good one. As someone with a limited budget I was told to 'buy used'. Good idea, but where from? Ebay? Gumtree? Now I have to deal with completely unknown sizing, wear and tear, plus a total lack of after-sale support. A cycle club would have none of those problems on the other hand because they'd actually know what it is they're selling.I ended up buying heavily discounted new and the wrong size (I think, I'm putting a lot of weight on the handlebars and shouldn't be)


Exactly, I just know from others who have had bikes like this one then upgrade to a second hand bike for less than they paid cant believe what they are now riding. Anyway I am just wasting my time on this thread. All I will say is do a little research before buying.
whopaysrrp9 h, 45 m ago

I have many years of experience cycling 15 plus years.. Which as I have …I have many years of experience cycling 15 plus years.. Which as I have gotten older my budget has increased. I now have a Cannondale CAAD12. I have just sold my previous road bike for less than this Carrera costs. If anybody is interesting in cycling, I would recommend speaking to somebody at your local club and asking if any bikes are for sale. As if you buy this you will soon regret it. Anybody with actual experience would not say this is a perfectly good commuter. The worst thing is anybody who buys this will more than likely have very little disposable income and really want a bike. They could infact buy second hand from somebody who has kept their bike in pristine condition and have some spare change to buy a decent quality helmet. But hey I just have armchair expertise. Dont listen to somebody who has been passionate about the sport for over 15 years, just because a keyboard warrior says its perfectly good. It will be perfectly good. My advice ring a cycling club... Say you want to join but you dont have a bike yet. Say would you recommend this and see what they say. Goodnight.

Again you are confusing " sport" with using a bike to get around and/ or to get fit. I've used road bikes since 1982 , slightly longer than 15 years. Have had had many happy years with mail-order cheapos . Plumped to finally get a " better " bike ( tiagra, disc brakes, carbon forks) a couple of years ago and the improvement is....almost non existent. Second hand is full of liars who claim they were the one person who load full price for bikes that are always discounted and did one charity run on it.
kramer20881 h, 52 m ago

Again you are confusing " sport" with using a bike to get around and/ or …Again you are confusing " sport" with using a bike to get around and/ or to get fit. I've used road bikes since 1982 , slightly longer than 15 years. Have had had many happy years with mail-order cheapos . Plumped to finally get a " better " bike ( tiagra, disc brakes, carbon forks) a couple of years ago and the improvement is....almost non existent. Second hand is full of liars who claim they were the one person who load full price for bikes that are always discounted and did one charity run on it.


Not at all, if you are going to use this to commute. Whats the point of aching all day at work? I can see from your previous bike post that you have a great knowledge so I would want to argue my friend.
Edited by: "whopaysrrp" 1st May
I have been cycling for over 30 years both in clubs and on my own and had various bikes. I must admit I have never spent over the odds on bikes but I have had some good second hand models over the years

Not saying you should not buy a second hand bike but be careful you arn't buying someone else's problems. I bought a bike and do know a fair bit about bikes and test rode it but stupidly missed something and it cost me. That bike was constantly a pain until I got rid of it but got back what I paid as I rebuilt most of it

I bought a Carrera Virtuoso a couple of years back and its been a brilliant bike. I did change the saddle and pedals and set up the gears right but apart from that its been faultless and a lovely comfortable bike to ride on my many miles.

I did use it in a sportive last year and was not trying to get a fast time but came in the top 10 (about 6th if I remember right) so not bad when you saw the bikes that were there.

If you want a decent bike and don't want to spend a fortune on brands and new ideas like disk brakes (never thought I needed them) then get this bike but change the seat

Bottom line if you have plenty of money then yes treat yourself to a flashy bike I have no doubt it will be nice (and should be)

But don't be put off buying the Carrera. Some reviews below agree

johnnyonabike.co.uk/car…so/

bikeradar.com/roa…91/
Edited by: "The.Crew.Designs" 2nd May
Inclined to agree with @The.Crew.Designs

You're just as likely to be sold a club member's lemon as get a good deal buying secondhand from some random cc.

Read the reviews about trickle down tech, and you'll see that this year's Tiagra trumps older 105 etc.
Better an ordinary bike that fits than a great one which doesn't!
whopaysrrp1st May

I have many years of experience cycling 15 plus years.. Which as I have …I have many years of experience cycling 15 plus years.. Which as I have gotten older my budget has increased. I now have a Cannondale CAAD12. I have just sold my previous road bike for less than this Carrera costs. If anybody is interesting in cycling, I would recommend speaking to somebody at your local club and asking if any bikes are for sale. As if you buy this you will soon regret it. Anybody with actual experience would not say this is a perfectly good commuter. The worst thing is anybody who buys this will more than likely have very little disposable income and really want a bike. They could infact buy second hand from somebody who has kept their bike in pristine condition and have some spare change to buy a decent quality helmet. But hey I just have armchair expertise. Dont listen to somebody who has been passionate about the sport for over 15 years, just because a keyboard warrior says its perfectly good. It will be perfectly good. My advice ring a cycling club... Say you want to join but you dont have a bike yet. Say would you recommend this and see what they say. Goodnight.


For all your experience, you've not actually said a single word explaining why you think this bike is such a bad choice?

I have a reasonable range of experience with hybrids, rigid, HT and FS MTB's plus a range of road bikes from lower end aluminium to decent carbon models. I think this is a great deal for a road bike as it's very cheap but has decent Shimano 2x8 gearing, a compact chainset (Carrera went through a phase of bizarrely high gearing at the front for budget bikes) and Tektro brakes. I would expect a local cycling club would recommend such a bike, local ones here favour similar spec bikes like the cheap Decathlon B'Twin Triban series. While the Triban series are good value for money, this Carrera is significantly better and a real bargain for the money.

The mistake I see a lot of people making is they decide they want suspension for riding on the road so they buy a £200 hard tail that has awful, heavy suspension forks and extremely cheap components after trying to fit the suspension fork into a very low budget. As the bikes are heavy and hard going they end up getting dumped as rusted heaps.

John
whopaysrrp1st May

I have many years of experience cycling 15 plus years.. Which as I have …I have many years of experience cycling 15 plus years.. Which as I have gotten older my budget has increased. I now have a Cannondale CAAD12. I have just sold my previous road bike for less than this Carrera costs. If anybody is interesting in cycling, I would recommend speaking to somebody at your local club and asking if any bikes are for sale. As if you buy this you will soon regret it. Anybody with actual experience would not say this is a perfectly good commuter. The worst thing is anybody who buys this will more than likely have very little disposable income and really want a bike. They could infact buy second hand from somebody who has kept their bike in pristine condition and have some spare change to buy a decent quality helmet. But hey I just have armchair expertise. Dont listen to somebody who has been passionate about the sport for over 15 years, just because a keyboard warrior says its perfectly good. It will be perfectly good. My advice ring a cycling club... Say you want to join but you dont have a bike yet. Say would you recommend this and see what they say. Goodnight.


Cannondale is just a brand of Dorel industries an importer of Chinese bikes. In fact the factory that makes most of the Cannondale bikes is the very same factory that makes Carrera frames for many of their bikes. Fuji-ta is the company, the world's biggest bike manufacturer with about 20 million complete bikes made a year and many oem frames also sold to be assembled elsewhere in asia plus Europe and the US. You can see most of the Dorel brands featured in the video below.



I guess the thing that isn't as trendy as some other bikes is the Carrera having a high tensile steel fork rather than carbon but many people would prefer that for long term strength and happy to pay the weight penalty for that. Yes chromoly would be better I'm sure. Cannondale has huge costs of marketing, sport sponsorship and a logistics system where many more parties have to make a profit. It's never going to be able to compete with a direct to retail model like Halfords Carrera range. Where Dorel have their own designs made for them by fuji-ta that will obviously add additional costs of prototyping, new certification etc. I'm sure 6069 aluminium frames are also more expensive than their 6061 frames too which some of the Cannondales use. The point is same factory, both have to meet certification standards.

Don't get me wrong Cannondale are very nice bikes but for some a Carrera bike is a great introduction to a good quality bicycle with good quality lower end components. To compare a new bike to a bike that may have a worn drivetrain, possibly even a damaged fatigued frame and other issues with no warranty is not a fair comparison.

Claris is a decent drivetrain, shifts well, strong and miles better than a horrible tourney drivetrain and freewheel featured on many other road bikes some often twice the price of this one in local bike shops.

Just seems unfair to me to jump on this bike which seems to be based around decent entry level components some of which are better than more expensive US and European brand's entry level bikes. There is a Carrera road bike the Zelos that represents a similar spec to many of the entry level road bikes of the big brands with a freewheel and tourney gears I can understand any criticism of that bike and similar bikes with tourney gears and freewheels like that to be honest but this seems a very decent entry level spec.
I have 57 mins cycling experience not 15 years and disposable income to get a bike twice this price (how fancy) but I spoke to some bike experts a local shop owner being the main one and figured this one had all the things I was looking for (rather he told me to look for), for a first bike and here we are. I love it, rides well and feels fast and that's pretty much all you need right?

Can't wait for my 60 miles charity event on this bad boy. Interesting points about carbon fibre fork though, might look into that for the sake of aliexpress £20!
Edited by: "nickmilla" 2nd May
kramer20881st May

Ignore the bso nonsense the mamils will fill this post with their armchair …Ignore the bso nonsense the mamils will fill this post with their armchair expertise. If you are one of the 99% of cyclist who will never enter a cycle race this will be a perfectly good commuter or exercise machine. Unfortunately the 1% fantasists make 99% of comments on every bike post.


I find it’s the other way round. Every time a performance bike deal is posted, groups of bicycle clipped numpties vote cold on the basis that “You can save hundreds by just buying *mass produced budget machine* from *generic non specialist retail outlet*”
I bought this exact bike 6 months ago.

It has taken a lot of use and abuse commuting. The only issues I have had with it is that the rim tape perished (too many wet winter days I think) and the cones have just gone (replaced under warranty).

Other than that I replaced the rubbish tyres that it comes with with Conti Gatorskins, comfier saddle and also a new chain which wore out.

I always think that Halfords bikes are tough because they don't fancy any warranty work! Either way no complaints, if you want a work horse commuter I can thoroughly recommend. The Claris gears are really nice as well.
Great price for claris gear shifters.
Don't forget British Cycling 10% off for members.
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Tacavas1st May

I have no issues with Carrera brand, Halfords on the other hand


Couldnt agree more myself, bought 3 Carerra's from Halfords but once they've left the shop they've never been back in there.
nothing wrong with this bike, at this price all boxes are ticked.I would probably replace brake pads and tires (assuming that the chainset arms, stem, handlebar are of correct length/size ) but otherwise it's a decent spec. Steel forks are actually quite good and absorb the road buzz much better than aluminium and well adjusted claris works really nice. For a basic, non performance cycling / commuting this bike is absolutely fine.

Don't overspend on your first bike. You will upgrade once you know what you need.
Edited by: "7777777" 2nd May
One thing about this bike that does annoy me though is the white bar tape. Yes it looks smart when new but it gets dirty very quick and starts to look grubby.... easy to sort though
I currently have (3 road bikes including ) a Carrera Zelos and I have ridden it for two winters and summers to my work and can confirm these bikes are robust workhorses which I recommend for commuting.

The Virtuoso is the next one up in the hierarchy with the Claris shifter and lighter frame so I think it would be a fast and perfectly functional commuter bike. "Functional" here is the affirmative word because in the world of road bikes, snobbery is endemic. The image of these "supermarket" bikes down at the local bike store (LBS) isn't great which is why it will be disregarded by the purists but it's an excellent deal at £235 - there's nothing better at this time.

The only minor point is the steel fork pushes the overall weight up to 11 kg so it might be quite tough tackling steep hills (though it absorbs the bumps better) other than that, it's a perfectly adequate specification for an entrance level rider - one solution is to buy a carbon fork direct from China (e.g. via Aliexpress) at approx £20 which will lighten the bike to the level of a £500 bike (~10.3kg) .Snap it up,it's a good deal as a fast commuter but just remember the manufacturers always compromise on tire, seat and sometimes (though not in this case) brake quality.

Finally, in general I wouldn't recommend buying a new bike, period, l but if one scan's ebay he'll be lucky to get a used Virtuoso for that price.

Late edit : I purchased this carbon fork (360g) to replace my Boardman sport allow fork .


aliexpress.com/ite…B=0
Edited by: "Biker25" 9th May
Its good to see some level headed people on here who know what they are talking about. Its like a breathe of fresh air as usually by now we would have all the

"Save yourself the pain and buy something better or you might be put of cycling for life if you buy this" group of people
Put a set of half decent wheels on and you've got yourself a cheap winter basher.
Dekard972 m ago

Put a set of half decent wheels on and you've got yourself a cheap winter …Put a set of half decent wheels on and you've got yourself a cheap winter basher.


Not so cheap once you've bought a new set of wheels! Why not "bash" the existing ones over winter?
bonzobanana2nd May

Cannondale is just a brand of Dorel industries an importer of Chinese …Cannondale is just a brand of Dorel industries an importer of Chinese bikes. In fact the factory that makes most of the Cannondale bikes is the very same factory that makes Carrera frames for many of their bikes. Fuji-ta is the company, the world's biggest bike manufacturer with about 20 million complete bikes made a year and many oem frames also sold to be assembled elsewhere in asia plus Europe and the US. You can see most of the Dorel brands featured in the video below.[Video] I guess the thing that isn't as trendy as some other bikes is the Carrera having a high tensile steel fork rather than carbon but many people would prefer that for long term strength and happy to pay the weight penalty for that. Yes chromoly would be better I'm sure. Cannondale has huge costs of marketing, sport sponsorship and a logistics system where many more parties have to make a profit. It's never going to be able to compete with a direct to retail model like Halfords Carrera range. Where Dorel have their own designs made for them by fuji-ta that will obviously add additional costs of prototyping, new certification etc. I'm sure 6069 aluminium frames are also more expensive than their 6061 frames too which some of the Cannondales use. The point is same factory, both have to meet certification standards. Don't get me wrong Cannondale are very nice bikes but for some a Carrera bike is a great introduction to a good quality bicycle with good quality lower end components. To compare a new bike to a bike that may have a worn drivetrain, possibly even a damaged fatigued frame and other issues with no warranty is not a fair comparison. Claris is a decent drivetrain, shifts well, strong and miles better than a horrible tourney drivetrain and freewheel featured on many other road bikes some often twice the price of this one in local bike shops. Just seems unfair to me to jump on this bike which seems to be based around decent entry level components some of which are better than more expensive US and European brand's entry level bikes. There is a Carrera road bike the Zelos that represents a similar spec to many of the entry level road bikes of the big brands with a freewheel and tourney gears I can understand any criticism of that bike and similar bikes with tourney gears and freewheels like that to be honest but this seems a very decent entry level spec.


The Enzo Ferrari and the Volvo C70 came out of the same factory. Your point is?
nickmilla2nd May

I have 57 mins cycling experience not 15 years and disposable income to …I have 57 mins cycling experience not 15 years and disposable income to get a bike twice this price (how fancy) but I spoke to some bike experts a local shop owner being the main one and figured this one had all the things I was looking for (rather he told me to look for), for a first bike and here we are. I love it, rides well and feels fast and that's pretty much all you need right?Can't wait for my 60 miles charity event on this bad boy. Interesting points about carbon fibre fork though, might look into that for the sake of aliexpress £20!



A local shop advised you to go to Halfords... Okay.
whopaysrrp13 m ago

The Enzo Ferrari and the Volvo C70 came out of the same factory. Your …The Enzo Ferrari and the Volvo C70 came out of the same factory. Your point is? A local shop advised you to go to Halfords... Okay.


What's wrong with someone recommending Halfords? You actually had some good points made until this generic response slating Halfords, because what, you know better?

Im not much of a cyclist and don't really care for knowing the sport inside out, but what I do know based on 1st hand experience is i had a carerra from Halfords for 10 years. Bought for £300 sold for £100. Loved the bike, everything I wanted and not 1 problem with it. Yes I've not cycled every brand so I won't comment on any other but the bike did exactly what it needed for commuting to work every day. And no I didn't have aches and pains because of it and no I was not put off biking because of the bike.

Either way, heat!
Edited by: "EdinburghShop85" 2nd May
I got a second hand one on gumtree and it's my first ever road bike... I use every single day... And I love it... And at this price, it looks like a bargain..
Syedar8 m ago

I got a second hand one on gumtree and it's my first ever road bike... I …I got a second hand one on gumtree and it's my first ever road bike... I use every single day... And I love it... And at this price, it looks like a bargain..


But according to @whopaysrrp you must be aching all day- he knows, he's a cycling expert!
Muig19725 m ago

But according to @whopaysrrp you must be aching all day- he knows, he's a …But according to @whopaysrrp you must be aching all day- he knows, he's a cycling expert!



Thanks for acknowledhing this.
Is this bike worth of the price ? How do you think guys of quality ?
When I first got into road cycling I asked loads of questions and one funny aspect is the cognitive dissonance in a lot of the club riders.

I asked about value for money and got told I needed to spend many £100s on frame, same on wheels, Ultegra was worth the extra etc.

Then I asked how much time handicap I should deduct if I wanted to compare my race time on a £300 bike, versus their time on their £3k+ machines, and suddenly it changed to "my £3k confers no benefit other than the joy of ownership" - I kid you not.

This looks like a great bargain commuter or intro into road cycling. If you only use it for commuting, it looks like it should serve well. If you get into the sport, you'll want to upgrade at some point (just like you would whatever bike you buy - it is a myth that spending more in the present means in a few years time you won't be tempted by the next innovation) and this should continue to do well as a winter or beater bike.
I have one of these, I commute 30 mins each way everyday, up/down hills, have done for two years, I have no complaints.
I'm 1,75m tall (5' 9"). Looking at the size guide table both sizes should fit to me but does anyone could indicate which would be better? 51cm or 54cm?

Thanks!
Muig19723rd May

But according to @whopaysrrp you must be aching all day- he knows, he's a …But according to @whopaysrrp you must be aching all day- he knows, he's a cycling expert!


I am not an expert. But initially I used to ride mountain bike (2 years), then I moved e-bike (for 1 and half year). Now I m riding this for nearly 8 months and doesn't feel any aches at all. ( That's just my experience with it). And I felt like I should have got this long time ago.
The only issue with this bike is that you have to get it in Halfords. Expect the wheels untrued, brakes pads touching the rims, handlebar not adjusted properly... Good bikes and prices, terrible service
Edited by: "Swidc" 3rd May
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