Get Ready for Summer on this Carrera Subway 2014 Ltd Edition Hybrid Cycle Reduced from £399.99 to £199.00 - £179.10 with code @ Halfords
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Get Ready for Summer on this Carrera Subway 2014 Ltd Edition Hybrid Cycle Reduced from £399.99 to £199.00 - £179.10 with code @ Halfords

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Found 25th Feb 2014
Get Ready for Summer and get this Carrera Subway 2014 Ltd Edition Hybrid Cycle before prices go up again for summer.
This bike has been reduced from £399.99 to £199.00

Use code: B14BK02 for 10% off to give £179.10 Voucher expires 26/02/2014
Don't forget 4.5% quidco cashback

It has good great reviews. Also this comes with Free in-store build & inspection and Free first service after 6 weeks.

Also there are other Carrera bikes which you might fancy, all of which have been reduced at least by 50% before voucher code and cashback.

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The carrera crossfire 3 is still £399 ,so not all are reduced...typical

They drop the carrera subway to £199 at various times of the year

Banned

I've never seen the subway at more than 199

£399 for that special.. Who are they kidding.. £199's about right for a pretty average bike..

We've got two of these (both bought during reductions) and overall very happy with them for the price.

Agreed not worth £399 - but definitely a good casual bike at this price.

Any regulars to HUKD will already know the Carrera is a run of the mill, better than supermarket BSO's, low-priced option that provides most users with what they need at a price they are willing to pay. Any negative comments are kinda pointless, if you don't like it, it doesn't really make any difference.

The point is, its available at a low price compared to normal and is now also for the new 2014 model, a bargain price for those who it applies to, so once again, heat for the deal

I hope it is still this price when my Cycle to Work scheme opens in June. I know the tax benefits are tall that great but I would rather just pay monthly.

lilacjumper

I hope it is still this price when my Cycle to Work scheme opens in June. … I hope it is still this price when my Cycle to Work scheme opens in June. I know the tax benefits are tall that great but I would rather just pay monthly.



Get a 0% credit card - go through Quidco and get some cash back to buy some lights and a helmet ;-)

It's not in stock anywhere in London and doesn't appear to be in stock anywhere else so must have sold out!

OK, so I'm 6 foot, ~11.5 stone, will this bike be big enough for me?
EDIT: To clarify, the frame size is 18", sounds small to me.
Edited by: "dwjvaughan" 26th Feb 2014

dwjvaughan

OK, so I'm 6 foot, ~11.5 stone, will this bike be big enough for me?EDIT: … OK, so I'm 6 foot, ~11.5 stone, will this bike be big enough for me?EDIT: To clarify, the frame size is 18", sounds small to me.



I am same height, I have this bike and got the 20" frame, best to sit on one and see as your body/ leg length may differ. Real good bike and cannot fault it for general use.

dwjvaughan

OK, so I'm 6 foot, ~11.5 stone, will this bike be big enough for me?EDIT: … OK, so I'm 6 foot, ~11.5 stone, will this bike be big enough for me?EDIT: To clarify, the frame size is 18", sounds small to me.



I'm 6'1" and I went for the 20" frame when I got a Subway LE a couple of years ago.

This is a superb bike for the money. The EZ Fire shifters work reliably, the brakes are simple, light and effective. Stick on a better pair of tyres, and you have a very capable bike indeed. I'm pretty sure it even has front fork rack mounts which would make it a capable budget touring bike.
Heat

Great bike but a real thief magnet too. Got it stolen... TWICE

rufu5uk

Great bike but a real thief magnet too. Got it stolen... TWICE



First thief returned it for refund?

Any cheap bike deal that gets people out and about cycling gets heat from me.

using the british cycling discount 10% and business vouncher 10% to give further saving :P

dwjvaughan

OK, so I'm 6 foot, ~11.5 stone, will this bike be big enough for me?EDIT: … OK, so I'm 6 foot, ~11.5 stone, will this bike be big enough for me?EDIT: To clarify, the frame size is 18", sounds small to me.



go and sit on a few, its the only way to get the right size.

I'm 5'9" on a good day - 31" leg (may be more relevant); tried one of these today and it feels too small for a road bike. Flat bars too low too and staff didn't think they're adjustable so it would have to be a new, raised bar.

Very good price but only if it fits!

Yes the bars are quite low but you can get raisers for them. That said - I've been happy with the standard for now.

I bought one of these a couple of years ago, so maybe components have changed. As a bike for using now and again I think its a good buy, but I used it to ride to work daily and the back wheel collapsed twice, luckily under warranty. At 5 10 with 31 inch inside leg it was quite comfortable but the bars were too low for me and needed raisers. I noticed this because of wrist pain. Halfords do some grips with palm rests which are much better than the grips supplied and maybe you could negotiate some in a deal with the new bike. Recently the front bearings collapsed in the headset (steering) and I couldn't get exactly the same ones from halfords but they did sell some that fitted. The bike components don't like canal towpaths in the wet, (rust and dry bearings etc) however my Boardman seems fine with this type of ride.

Anyone know the difference between the 2014 edition and the 2013 edition (which is £20 cheaper) other than one is red and one is white?
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