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So...lockdown has got me thinking about taking up bike riding. I used to love it when I was younger, but since owning a car for the last 17yrs, well, it's gone on the back burner.
Anyways, I have been searching for bikes, and this one caught my eye. Now I'm not proclaiming to be a expert on all things bikes, but this seems to be an excellent price with the use of the code, for a 'decent bike'. If it isn't then I apologise, and expect it to go icy pretty quickly.
There is also more scope for an even cheaper price if your employer does a cycle to work scheme. I work in the NHS so, I'm going to look into this next week when I'm back at work.
The website usually offer 12 & 24 months 0% finance, but unfortunately it's not on offer when using the code, Grrr. However, PayPal, or a 0% interest Credit Card could be an option for some people.
Anyways, hopefully it'll spark some heat, if not, stay safe everyone and enjoy your weekend.
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I was thinking the exact same as you.
And ended up purchasing a voodoo Bizango from halfords over 12 months interest free .
Same as you since owning me car the only time I cycle is on holidays when I hire a bike .
Been out everyday doing a few miles building my confidence back up .
Then I will hit a few harder rides .
There isn't many bikes about at the minute due to no deliveries of new stock .
Its great riding about with hardly no traffic!
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I was thinking the exact same as you.
And ended up purchasing a voodoo Bizango from halfords over 12 months interest free .
Same as you since owning me car the only time I cycle is on holidays when I hire a bike .
Been out everyday doing a few miles building my confidence back up .
Then I will hit a few harder rides .
There isn't many bikes about at the minute due to no deliveries of new stock .
Its great riding about with hardly no traffic!
How on earth do you for the bike size in inches to cm?

How easy it this to assemble?

Is good for a road bike?
Better off with the Go Outdoors bike the other day, think it was £300.
Aquacadabra25/04/2020 12:01

Better off with the Go Outdoors bike the other day, think it was £300.


It's oos
I got back into cycling about 5 years ago, bought a Cube bike after a friend recommended them. I'm doing 25 mile circuits at the moment, mostly along river or canal paths so away from the heavy traffic and I love it. Great exercise, and for mental health in my opinion.
nigelwill25/04/2020 13:35

I got back into cycling about 5 years ago, bought a Cube bike after a …I got back into cycling about 5 years ago, bought a Cube bike after a friend recommended them. I'm doing 25 mile circuits at the moment, mostly along river or canal paths so away from the heavy traffic and I love it. Great exercise, and for mental health in my opinion.


That's amazing.
What model did you go for?
Mine's an older model called City, a hybrid with suspension forks. I got a good discount buying from Chain Reaction as it was end of season. I use Marathon Plus tyres as they offer lower rolling resistance while being tough enough to resist punctures.
For the price the group set and other elements are nothing spectacular. Nice looking bike, but lots of better deals at this price point in the past few weeks.
Edited by: "tom49" 25th Apr
tom4925/04/2020 13:48

For the price the group set and other elements are nothing spectacular. …For the price the group set and other elements are nothing spectacular. Nice looking bike, but lots of better deals at this price point in the past few weeks.


What would you recommend for a newbie biker who wants to get fit but with some form of suspension for bumps etc?
Decent bike this, was looking at it a few weeks back for the c2w scheme.. Cube is a good make for bikes. Heat from me
My son has a Cube hardtail mtb. Well built bike, I like it a lot, fully recommended.
MakeItHotinHere25/04/2020 13:49

What would you recommend for a newbie biker who wants to get fit but with …What would you recommend for a newbie biker who wants to get fit but with some form of suspension for bumps etc?


Depends on what you are using is for .
If its just commuting then a hybrid like this is excellent for our roads .
I went for a 29er Hardtail mountain bike as I plan on using it on canal paths , tow paths , woods etc, and little road use .
This bike will also handle tow paths , but won't be to comfortable if it gets bumpy .
I was after an ebike ideally. Saw a great Kalkhoff on lakeleisurebikes I think it was. But they didn't reply to my email last week so I ended up missing out. Budget around 2k. Does anyone have any tips? I'm 5 foot 9. Thanks in advance
yozzman123425/04/2020 14:16

Depends on what you are using is for .If its just commuting then a hybrid …Depends on what you are using is for .If its just commuting then a hybrid like this is excellent for our roads .I went for a 29er Hardtail mountain bike as I plan on using it on canal paths , tow paths , woods etc, and little road use . This bike will also handle tow paths , but won't be to comfortable if it gets bumpy .


So which hardtail mountain bike would you recommend for this price?
jimmythehill25/04/2020 15:38

So which hardtail mountain bike would you recommend for this price?




5 top mountain bikes under £500 here
Edited by: "yozzman1234" 25th Apr
jimmythehill25/04/2020 15:38

So which hardtail mountain bike would you recommend for this price?


40536820.jpgThis is what I grabbed , but its £650 and not much stock left , just waiting on a few more parts .
If you can stretch to £650 this Voodoo Bizango is rated best hardtail under £750 in the UK and has done 3 years on the bounce .
Similar parts to what you get on a £1000 bike according to 3 different YouTube reviews . But plenty of great bikes out there at the £500 mark
Edited by: "yozzman1234" 25th Apr
yozzman123425/04/2020 17:17

[Image] This is what I grabbed , but its £650 and not much stock left , …[Image] This is what I grabbed , but its £650 and not much stock left , just waiting on a few more parts .If you can stretch to £650 this Voodoo Bizango is rated best hardtail under £750 in the UK and has done 3 years on the bounce . Similar parts to what you get on a £1000 bike according to 3 different YouTube reviews . But plenty of great bikes out there at the £500 mark


From?
MakeItHotinHere25/04/2020 18:04

From?


Voodoo is a Halfords brand, to get decent components on a lightweight frame at this price you will generally be dealing with an own brand from one of the big bike shops, others include Pinnacle at Evans Cycles, Vitus at Wiggle/Chain Reaction , Calibre at GoOutdoors, Rockrider at Decathlon. They all have some good bikes at good prices.
Edited by: "boostii" 25th Apr
MakeItHotinHere25/04/2020 13:49

What would you recommend for a newbie biker who wants to get fit but with …What would you recommend for a newbie biker who wants to get fit but with some form of suspension for bumps etc?


I probably should have added...Absolutely nothing wrong with the bike posted in this deal, just not an exceptional deal. For me, the Voodoo that was mentioned later in this thread is the bike of choice for this price point.
tom4925/04/2020 21:34

I probably should have added...Absolutely nothing wrong with the bike …I probably should have added...Absolutely nothing wrong with the bike posted in this deal, just not an exceptional deal. For me, the Voodoo that was mentioned later in this thread is the bike of choice for this price point.


is that going to be a decent bike for road cycling, or more suited to trails?
The majority of what I'm going to be using a bike for is cycle paths and roads.
tom4925/04/2020 21:34

I probably should have added...Absolutely nothing wrong with the bike …I probably should have added...Absolutely nothing wrong with the bike posted in this deal, just not an exceptional deal. For me, the Voodoo that was mentioned later in this thread is the bike of choice for this price point.


jimmythehill25/04/2020 22:07

is that going to be a decent bike for road cycling, or more suited to …is that going to be a decent bike for road cycling, or more suited to trails?The majority of what I'm going to be using a bike for is cycle paths and roads.


That’s the thing.. The Voodoo is a Mountain Bike & this Cube is a Hybrid.. Bit unfair to compare the two, just depends what you’re after
and I've just realised, neither of these do 5G...
Libre1126/04/2020 03:06

That’s the thing.. The Voodoo is a Mountain Bike & this Cube is a Hybrid.. …That’s the thing.. The Voodoo is a Mountain Bike & this Cube is a Hybrid.. Bit unfair to compare the two, just depends what you’re after


If you are planning to use canal paths or gravel routes just go for a hybrid with 35-37mm thick tyres. A mountain bike is gonna add 2-3 kg to the weight and that plus using thicker tyres is gonna take more effort and power to move. I would only go for a MB if I was going to do a pure off road route, on grass or very bumpy terrain. Otherwise a hybrid does the job and once you ride a couple of times and you get your back area used to it you won't care about suspension anymore.

Personally I'd look into smth like this halfords.com/bik…tml
As it has been said already, nothing espectacular about this bike. Cube is a very decent brand and so this raises the usual question - would you get the cheapest model of a good brand or a top level of a modest (Vodoo, Btwin) brand? I'm more inclined for the second option, but not especifically for bikes, in general
Are the cycle to work schemes any good?
MakeItHotinHere26/04/2020 12:18

Are the cycle to work schemes any good?


Edited: I looked into it briefly and got all the figures wrong.

On a £500 bike, it looked like it saved £35, but I’ve read some people have had difficulty getting the final fee at the end too. Also, apparently your employer “owns” the bike until it’s paid for.
Edited by: "Mr.Nutts" 26th Apr
Swidc26/04/2020 12:04

If you are planning to use canal paths or gravel routes just go for a …If you are planning to use canal paths or gravel routes just go for a hybrid with 35-37mm thick tyres. A mountain bike is gonna add 2-3 kg to the weight and that plus using thicker tyres is gonna take more effort and power to move. I would only go for a MB if I was going to do a pure off road route, on grass or very bumpy terrain. Otherwise a hybrid does the job and once you ride a couple of times and you get your back area used to it you won't care about suspension anymore.Personally I'd look into smth like this https://www.halfords.com/bikes/hybrid-bikes/boardman-mtx-8.6-hybrid-bike---blue-528155.html



nice bike, but limited stock everywhere, and not delivering.
Mr.Nutts26/04/2020 12:24

I looked into it briefly. On a £500 bike, it looked like it saved £35, but …I looked into it briefly. On a £500 bike, it looked like it saved £35, but I’ve read some people have had difficulty getting the final fee at the end too. Also, apparently your employer “owns” the bike until it’s paid for.Personally I don’t think I could be bothered.


I’ve done it a few times, tbf I’m not sure exactly how much you save. The monthly payment comes out my wages for the bike yet I get taxed less than I usually do. I’ll have to look at payslips & calculate it all.. Either way, it kinda feels like a free bike
Researching the cycle to work scheme, it sounds like you get upto about a 3rd off the price of the bike. If I read it correctly. £35 off a £500 bike works out about just under 10%...did they diddle you?
jimmythehill26/04/2020 16:47

Researching the cycle to work scheme, it sounds like you get upto about a …Researching the cycle to work scheme, it sounds like you get upto about a 3rd off the price of the bike. If I read it correctly. £35 off a £500 bike works out about just under 10%...did they diddle you?


I haven’t bought using it, I just looked online before so I may have read it wrong. Maybe I’ll have to look in more detail. One third off is tempting.
Libre1126/04/2020 16:43

I’ve done it a few times, tbf I’m not sure exactly how much you save. The m …I’ve done it a few times, tbf I’m not sure exactly how much you save. The monthly payment comes out my wages for the bike yet I get taxed less than I usually do. I’ll have to look at payslips & calculate it all.. Either way, it kinda feels like a free bike


Would you mind letting us know when you’ve worked it out please?
Mr.Nutts26/04/2020 16:53

Would you mind letting us know when you’ve worked it out please?


This would be great
You get about 25% of the actual price i think.
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