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Muddy Fox Blade Road Bike - £150 @ Tesco Direct (others in post)
Muddy Fox Blade Road Bike - £150 @ Tesco Direct (others in post)

Muddy Fox Blade Road Bike - £150 @ Tesco Direct (others in post)

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Also in Easter clubcard deal - so can get it for half price with the offer if you have converted points.

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Featuring a 20" frame and 26" wheels, the Adult MuddyFox blade road bike is ideal if you enjoy the freedom of cycling on the road. With

a lightweight 700c alloy frame its extremely aerodynamic and great for travelling at faster speeds.

This stylish white and black adults’ road bike comes with 14 speed gears and thumb shifters for easier gear changes when you’re on the move. The Blade road bike is brilliant for travelling across large distances, whether you’re going to be travelling up hills or on level ground, its racing handlebar will provide you with great control when you’re travelling on the open road.

Complete with front and rear calliper brakes, this Muddy Fox bike provides you with the effective braking you need when cycling in the great outdoors.

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is this any good anyone????

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pablomozza

is this any good anyone????



Well its got two wheels so thats a good start.......................

You would have had to convert your clubcard vouchers already, to the right department, to use the Easter clubcard deal. You can use the doubled vouchers until the 15th, but had to convert them by the 5th.

pablomozza

is this any good anyone????



I wouldn't be happy with just 14 speeds, nor with the shifters down on the frame. I have bikes like that but they were made decades ago.

With the Easter exchange thing don't you already have to have exchanged the clubcard tokens... the 15th is just the date they need to be redeemed by.
I wanted to get some gardening gear earlier but missed the boat.

EDIT: LongPockets types faster/beat me to it - without waffling.
Edited by: "tightasagnatschu" 12th May 2011

no

pablomozza

is this any good anyone????


thanks for ure comments people

This has been discussed before, thread here (which links to another prior thread...)

Not much to recommend about it - old tech, low spec and sold in bits by Tesco.
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