Evans Cycles - Trade in your old bike and get up to £100 off a shiny new bike
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Evans Cycles - Trade in your old bike and get up to £100 off a shiny new bike

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Found 17th Apr 2013
Turn up at your local Evans Cycle store with your old banger. We'll take it off your hands and give you up to £100 off a new bike.

Spend £200-£400 = £30 off
Spend £400-£600 = £50 off
Spend £600-£1000 = £80 off
Spend over £1000 = £100 off

Evans Cycles will accept any bike in any condition.
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Nice. Works on ride to work too (shame my company now uses the Halfrauds one... I'll never get to use it again).

daveo78

Nice. Works on ride to work too (shame my company now uses the Halfrauds … Nice. Works on ride to work too (shame my company now uses the Halfrauds one... I'll never get to use it again).



You can order any brand you want and have it delivered to your nearest Halfords. I got my Cube through the scheme last year, turns out Leisure Lakes supplied it and I just collected it from Halfords with my cycle2work voucher.

Send an email to cycle2.work@halfords.co.uk to get a full list of the brands you can choose from but it was pretty much every brand

Nothing like getting the tax payer to buy you a bike you don't use for work but use to get in the way at trail centres or on the road.

M1LFHunter

Nothing like getting the tax payer to buy you a bike you don't use for … Nothing like getting the tax payer to buy you a bike you don't use for work but use to get in the way at trail centres or on the road.



ideal isn't it

M1LFHunter

Nothing like getting the tax payer to buy you a bike you don't use for … Nothing like getting the tax payer to buy you a bike you don't use for work but use to get in the way at trail centres or on the road.



You have cycle issues. You need to go and see therapy! Every time somebody goes out of their way to post a cycle deal you troll it!
Boring

whatsThePoint

why not just haggle £100+ off a new bike that's over £1k and keep the old … why not just haggle £100+ off a new bike that's over £1k and keep the old one?



Because you can't ride two bikes at once? :-P

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whatsThePoint

why not just haggle £100+ off a new bike that's over £1k and keep the old … why not just haggle £100+ off a new bike that's over £1k and keep the old one?


"We will accept any bike, in any condition – whether it’s rideable or not. You can even carry it in if you’re missing those all important wheels."

If someone has a ancient rusty bike without wheels it's hardly ideal to ride. Whereas it would be ideal to trade in.

This is a great deal, although I wouldn't be surprised if their prices are the discount amount above other retailers...

Still hot from me

Evans do price match

Win!

could pick up a right wreck of a bike at the tip and take it along.
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