Moda Echo Full Carbon Road Bike now £630 with voucher at Probikekit
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Moda Echo Full Carbon Road Bike now £630 with voucher at Probikekit

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Found 19th Dec 2013
This has been posted before (last week) but the voucher used for that deal expired and I was gutted! However I have since found another 15% off voucher that works and what is even better is that this voucher can be used through Topcash or Quidco with an additional 4% cash back from them! (8% if you are a new customer). So the site price shows up as £741 (35% off list price already). If you use the voucher XMAS400UK that brings the price down to £630. The 4% cash back from topcash or quidco brings it down to an incredible £599. I have never seen a full carbon bike at this price, let alone one with a 105 group set. The voucher expires on 23/12 and the bike is available in Small/Medium and Medium/Large at the moment.

Spec as follows

The Moda Echo utilises the same full carbon fibre frame, fork and steerer along with a BB30 bottom bracket and oversized 1.5" tapered steerer of the previous version. The Moda Echo Mark II also features a 105 groupset, FSA Gossamer 50/34 chainset, Mavic CXP22 wheelset and weighs in at 19.7lb.

Technical Specifications:

Frame: LDC High Modulus Carbon
Fork: LDC High Modulus Carbon
Rear Deraileur: Shimano 105 10 Speed
Shifters: Shimano 105 10 Speed
Brakes: Tektro
Chainset: FSA Omega Compact 50/34
Wheelset: Mavic CXP22
Tyres: Continental Ultrasport
Saddle: Barelli Cr-Mo Rail
Seatpost: Barelli Alloy
Handlebars: Barelli Alloy
Stem: Barelli Alloy
Headset: Sealed Cartridge
Frame Sizes:

Small/Medium - 54cm
Medium/Large - 56cm

59 Comments

Wow, a light bike for the money. Carbon is so comfy to ride. If I hadn't just bought a planet x nano light I'd be getting this! Hot

A lot of bike for the money.
105 on a Carbon frame like this for 630 quid is real cheap. (Small point of correction btw OP - not 105 full groupset - just gear set)

Would mean I would have to ditch the Spesh unfortunately, otherwise I'd be looking at pulling the trigger.

Only limitation btw is the choice of only two frame sizes (SM/Med or Med/Lg). Nevertheless, good deal, so Heat added.

Edited by: "meggie_dude" 19th Dec 2013

Great deal hot! just so anyone doesn't get disappointed I have had experiences with obk cancelling good deals with me claiming oos

Should read *pbk

Shame there's nothing bigger than a 58. I'm not sure whether Id fit being 6'2"

That's exactly what I paid for my 125cc Honda motorbike. I don't see how people can justify paying that much for a push bike.

Cyclists suck (I use to be one), now when I'm going past them I rev the throttle to scare them

KM4353

That's exactly what I paid for my 125cc Honda motorbike. I don't see how … That's exactly what I paid for my 125cc Honda motorbike. I don't see how people can justify paying that much for a push bike. Cyclists suck (I use to be one), now when I'm going past them I rev the throttle to scare them



Idiot.

58 could be OK. I ride 56cm frames and I'm 6ft, depends on your bodyshape/ bike geometry.

KM4353

That's exactly what I paid for my 125cc Honda motorbike. I don't see how … That's exactly what I paid for my 125cc Honda motorbike. I don't see how people can justify paying that much for a push bike. Cyclists suck (I use to be one), now when I'm going past them I rev the throttle to scare them



Wow, look at you with your big bike scaring cyclists. Wow, I am impressed man, I want to be like you when I grow up.

Troll.

KM4353

That's exactly what I paid for my 125cc Honda motorbike. I don't see how … That's exactly what I paid for my 125cc Honda motorbike. I don't see how people can justify paying that much for a push bike. Cyclists suck (I use to be one), now when I'm going past them I rev the throttle to scare them



Hopefully santa will bring you another brain cell to keep your other one company. Stupid comments like this have no relevance to this deal at all.

Gabriel959

[quote=KM4353] That's exactly what I paid for my 125cc Honda motorbike. I … [quote=KM4353] That's exactly what I paid for my 125cc Honda motorbike. I don't see how people can justify paying that much for a push bike. Cyclists suck (I use to be one), now when I'm going past them I rev the throttle to scare them



Wow, look at you with your big bike scaring cyclists. Wow, I am impressed man, I want to be like you when I grow up.

Troll.

I think he has just got his rod out and maybe he is doing a bit of fishing!

Banned

KM4353

That's exactly what I paid for my 125cc Honda motorbike. when I'm going … That's exactly what I paid for my 125cc Honda motorbike. when I'm going past them I rev the throttle to scare them


Wow, the sound of 125cc must really scare them!
Just out of interest, does it really actually manage to get past them?

KM4353

That's exactly what I paid for my 125cc Honda motorbike. I don't see how … That's exactly what I paid for my 125cc Honda motorbike. I don't see how people can justify paying that much for a push bike. Cyclists suck (I use to be one), now when I'm going past them I rev the throttle to scare them



The good news is that with his motorbike usage and total lack of brains, this idiot should be removing himself from the gene-pool before too long.

Popester

Shame there's nothing bigger than a 58. I'm not sure whether Id fit being … Shame there's nothing bigger than a 58. I'm not sure whether Id fit being 6'2"




I'm 5'10 and I have both a 56 felt road bike and a 58 Genesis, I would suggest a 58 is too small, sorry

Not a bad deal if you desperately want carbon but weighing in at 19.7lbs it's not any lighter than a similar price alloy frame. I'm still voting hot though as it's a good brand.

Crowcrow, Don't be upset you got the nano light.

Horrorwood

Idiot.



I agree. I'm an idiot. I accept that. Nothing wrong in having a bit of fun

I'm 21, give me a break. It's not like I'm breaking speed limits or riding carelessly. Believe it or not, I'm extremely cautious on the roads.

SanTokiMTB

Wow, the sound of 125cc must really scare them!Just out of interest, does … Wow, the sound of 125cc must really scare them!Just out of interest, does it really actually manage to get past them?



Only got my CBT last month. I'm not allowed to have a bigger bike than a 125.

Yes it leaves them miles behind. There's no comparison.

I've been riding bicycles since I was 4 years old. And very often. But it just got too boring, it takes ages to get anywhere. I can understand if it's summer and you just want to ride through the park or something, but for commuting, come on. Who wants to go to work looking like Usain Bolt after he's run 200 meters.

PeteW

The good news is that with his motorbike usage and total lack of brains, … The good news is that with his motorbike usage and total lack of brains, this idiot should be removing himself from the gene-pool before too long.



On a serious note, I wonder how you'd like it if someone wished death upon your kid? Don't do it to someone else's. Fix up.

mamboboy

But the only way you'll lose weight on a motorbike is when you're … But the only way you'll lose weight on a motorbike is when you're decapitated after being struck by a speeding car?



I lose more weight on my motorbike than on my bicycle. Going to the gym is much easier now so I go more often.

Do. Not. Feed. The. Troll.

KM4353

On a serious note, I wonder how you'd like it if someone wished death … On a serious note, I wonder how you'd like it if someone wished death upon your kid? Don't do it to someone else's. Fix up.



Maybe as much as you'd like it if someone endangered your kid's life by deliberately making them jump and fall off their bike in moving traffic?

Sort your life out.

KM4353,
you have made a lot of trips to the Gym in a short time then, 10 days ago you were still looking for your first motor bike:
hotukdeals.com/mis…569

Bike seems a good deal, voted hot.

KM4353

That's exactly what I paid for my 125cc Honda motorbike. I don't see how … That's exactly what I paid for my 125cc Honda motorbike. I don't see how people can justify paying that much for a push bike. Cyclists suck (I use to be one), now when I'm going past them I rev the throttle to scare them



The best part of your wonderfull story is that when you crash, the gene pool will not have to worry about your offspring.

PeteW

Maybe as much as you'd like it if someone endangered your kid's life by … Maybe as much as you'd like it if someone endangered your kid's life by deliberately making them jump and fall off their bike in moving traffic?Sort your life out.



Yeah it's not endangering anyone's life. Cyclists ride on the left. It doesn't do anything to them whatsoever. I didn't think I'd ever meet a bigger idiot than me.

tazo101

The best part of your wonderfull story is that when you crash, the gene … The best part of your wonderfull story is that when you crash, the gene pool will not have to worry about your offspring.



That is so original.

**** someone beat me to it! Sorry for the repeat,

Popester

Shame there's nothing bigger than a 58. I'm not sure whether Id fit being … Shame there's nothing bigger than a 58. I'm not sure whether Id fit being 6'2"



its borderline but doable

the biggest issue i had doing it on a58 trek was the reach to handlebars, needed to extended the stem

love that a guy gave it a 5 star review without even riding it

Extending stems isn't the best if you can avoid it, they get too long and you start losing some stability. Really the only way to see if it fits is to sit on the thing, which is a bit tricky in this case.

Loving the way the psychopathic moped user of all of 10 days is digging himself a bigger hole with every post btw.
Edited by: "fluffy-k" 19th Dec 2013

I'd be scared to leave that bike anywhere, given up owning a bike had to many stolen

looks like OOS as I cannot find this deal on the website

Original Poster

currychops

looks like OOS as I cannot find this deal on the website



Yes seems to have sold out now. can't say I'm surprised though. I'll hit the expire button.

Horrorwood

Idiot.



agreed

Any cycling Road Bike Guru's on here who could drop me a PM and help me with choosing my next upgrade. I need someone to talk some sense into me over Italian style and value for money.

And as for this deal at this price you cannot go wrong in my humble opinion. MODA make some good quality bikes. Voted hot.

I agree that is not the best comment to make, I'm a cyclist but see so many people going through red lights on cycles and you call this guy stupid. Those people need to understand that is not only themselves they are putting in danger but other people.

My "look" full carbon from 1999 weighs less and is bugdet

I doubt this will be comfortable at all or that responsive
Edited by: "logohigh" 20th Dec 2013

Good bike at a fantastic price, sure some savings have been made on the wheelset and brakes but still a lot of bike for the money.

As has been said though, not particularly light, it's over a kilo heavier than my aluminium Canyon.

Good price, especially for the 105 kit, the shifters alone are with a few hundred. Wheels are cheap standard stuff at this price range and would be your first upgrade, if you wished to go down that route (gets expensive). Really not sure about cheap carbon vs ALU, it does seem that carbon is becoming more and more affordable these days. My CX, mtb and road bike are all ALU and ride well. Never ridden a carbon so can not compare.

If it is anything like comfortable then this is quite a deal !!

The hubs must be 105 ,nothing wrong with wheels.
The only real budget items are the finishing kit and the frame of course

According to other websites it's a Tiagra front mech, no biggy but another cut back. Doesn't leave much 105 kit on the bike.

The hubs are apparently Formula Alloy.

Well that is a cheat !!

paulrenforth

I agree that is not the best comment to make, I'm a cyclist but see so … I agree that is not the best comment to make, I'm a cyclist but see so many people going through red lights on cycles and you call this guy stupid. Those people need to understand that is not only themselves they are putting in danger but other people.



There was a really good documentary - I think it was Channel 4 - which took a look at cyclists and drivers conflict (like most cyclists I also drive). I found it interesting and eye opening as on one side you had nutter cyclists (jumping red lights and the London races were just crazy) but also nutter drivers (some people are just nutters). They also covered the most fatal situations which seem to revolve around trucks and roundabouts, myself I gained an appreciation from how little a truck driver can see in his blind spot whilst cycling up the inside on cycle paths.

As to the troll as he says he's 21 with little life experience beyond his own bravado, just having past his CBT and learning to ride at this time of year on with ice and diesel on the road he needs all the luck he can get as motorbikes face all the dangers cyclists do but at greater speeds and potential impact from the weight added - as to his preference to having something throbbing between his legs as his commute to work - each to their own - I prefer getting up having a fresh ride along the canal that's twice as fast as driving in gridlocked roads before having a shower at the facilities provided by the company I work for prior to starting work.

Great deal by the way - had seen previously and nearly bought with a 10% discount that's been available
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