Exodus kinsei full suspension bike Instore Only @ Tesco £100 off - reduced to £100
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Exodus kinsei full suspension bike Instore Only @ Tesco £100 off - reduced to £100

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Found 17th May 2009
Instore only deal.

The Exodus Kinsei full suspension bike comes in a charcoal matt finish and features a steel frame with fully adjustable rear shock unit. This bike has 21 speed indexed gears with twist-grip control and a Shimano TX31 drivetrain. It has a powerful front disc-brake with v-style rear brake and 26" alloy wheels. The Exodus Kinsei full suspension bike has an inside leg measurment of 71-92cm and is suitable for ages 12yrs+.

Age Group 12yrs+
Assembled Dimension Depth 60
Assembled Dimension Height 105
Assembled Dimension Units cm
Assembled Dimension Width 170
Assembled Weight 18
Assembled Weight Units kg
Brake Mechanical front disc and V-style rear
Colour Charcoal Matt
Drivetrain Shimano TX31
Features of Product Stylish Adult Full Suspension Bike Featuring Full Suspension Frame with Fully Adjustable Rear Shock Unit. Zoom CH-386 Suspension Fork. 21-speed Shimano Gears with Microshift Dual Index Shifters. 160mm Front Disc-Brake and V-Style Rear Brake. 26" Black Alloy Rims with Kenda K831 2.1" Tyres. Suntour Chainset.
Gender Boys
Inside Leg Measurement 28"-36" (71-92 cms)
Material Steel
Number of Gears 21
Product Depth 19
Product Height 68
Product Width 68
Rear Shock Yes
Wheel Size 26"
Wheel Specification 26" Alloy

19 Comments

very poor reviews will someun pend 100 quid for it i doubt

Never really understood the market for cheap full suspension downhill bikes, this certainly isn't capable as being used as a proper downhill bike.

If you just want a cheap bike for kicking around on you can pick up a hardtail for the same price or less and it will be half the weight of this monster........

konkywonky;5237273

Never really understood the market for cheap full suspension downhill … Never really understood the market for cheap full suspension downhill bikes, this certainly isn't capable as being used as a proper downhill bike. If you just want a cheap bike for kicking around on you can pick up a hardtail for the same price or less and it will be half the weight of this monster........


agreed - budget FS is more fuss than its worth - extra weight and more moving parts to go wrong.

I picked one up from halfords for 80 pounds 2 years ago, no prblems with it and still going strong, perfect for riding about in the summer with the kids, what else do you expect.

Its beyond me how people get suckered in for these steel frame full sussers.
And a hundred quid deffo aint cheap for rubbish like this.

Absolute rubbish! Buy a second hand GT/Giant/Specialized hardtail for the same amount.

Biker Jeff;5239240

Its beyond me how people get suckered in for these steel frame full … Its beyond me how people get suckered in for these steel frame full sussers.And a hundred quid deffo aint cheap for rubbish like this.




yeah like when we were kids we all had these alloy frames steel, as heavy as a brick, never did me any harm. i can see the old bike snobs will be out in force in this deal :roll:

Its nothing to do with bike snobbery....
Its just that most people who know about mountain bikes know a rubbish bike deal when they see it.

so when you were 12 you had an all singing all dancing bike??

ffs its £100 for a bike to get you from a to b, if you want offroading etc etc then pay for it but that isnt what this deal is offering, its offering a £100 NEW bike so yes you are being snobbish and if your sigs anything to go by you should know better, those bikes arent the best build quality either

For a start full sussers are predominantly designed for downhilling. This spec of bike definitely wont be up to that. Also full sussers have rubbish pedal force to momemtum due to the frame rear suspension compressing on the downward pedal stroke... and finally steel is heavy so it makes the riding even harder.
If you want a bike for general use and riding on the road as well as on tracks, then you get a hardtail... and preferably with an alloy frame.
This bike is a complete waste of £100.... and i think the voting on this deal confirms that.

its £100, i spend more than that on a night out
good or bad somebody will buy this and good luck to them

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irradiated;5239577

so when you were 12 you had an all singing all dancing bike??ffs its £100 … so when you were 12 you had an all singing all dancing bike??ffs its £100 for a bike to get you from a to b, if you want offroading etc etc then pay for it but that isnt what this deal is offering, its offering a £100 NEW bike so yes you are being snobbish and if your sigs anything to go by you should know better, those bikes arent the best build quality either


£100 is way OTT hence cold votes. They were selling similar bikes for £50 a few months ago. Once you've been on a decent bike, then you wouldn't dream of going on one of these.

I certainly wouldnt give one of these to a child unless you have no conscience and wont be bothered when it breaks apart on them.

we should have an alarm for bike snobs lol
give a kid a £3/400 specialized and after a few drops, kicks from balls when its used as goalposts and see how many fragile bits break
for £100 you could just throw away and start again, gee whizz theres no pleaseing some folks, you dont always have to spend £100's to get from a to b
i have a several hundred ££ bike and its been in the shops soooo many times its unreal, if id spent less id just throw away and start again

oh and this is all without some so and so pinching it while the 12 year old leaves it outside a shop, would you folks give kids an iphone too so the local bully can batter them and pinch that also, maybe they could ride away on the expensive bike youve just bought em :)???

did see this bike in tesco a couple of weeks ago and I thought it looked quite smart for £100, especially with the disk brakes. Just my opinion!:thumbsup:

Ehm, what's a hardtail?

teerex;5242155

Ehm, what's a hardtail?



No suspension on the rear... just the front.

It isn't snobbery to identify a poor quality bike.

I may ride an expensive bike, but my lad has a £150 Giant. Not much more, especially given the original price of this, but I know it is good quality.

Cotterpin;5242265

It isn't snobbery to identify a poor quality bike.I may ride an expensive … It isn't snobbery to identify a poor quality bike.I may ride an expensive bike, but my lad has a £150 Giant. Not much more, especially given the original price of this, but I know it is good quality.



Very sensible! A £150 proper branded hardtail should be the legal minumum requirement of a bike.

That said watching people pogo stick along on argos dual suspension bikes always makes for entertaining viewing, especially if their belly resonates with the pogo.
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