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muddyfox folding trail bike @ argos was £150
muddyfox folding trail bike @ argos was £150

muddyfox folding trail bike @ argos was £150

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The Muddyfox Cruise is designed to be extremely versatile, as it can handle city streets and well as light off road condition such as parks and toe paths. Folds away for easy storage so the ideal choice for any commuter. Features QRF Technology which allows the frame to be folded without the use of tools, 6 speed Shimano Gearing, 26" Black Alloy Wheels with Semi Slick tyres, Front Suspension Forks plus Front & Rear V-Brakes. Suitable for ages 12+.

Unique to argos - 26" folding bike.
Steel frame.
Revoshift shifters.
Shimano revoshift gears.
Front V-type and rear V-type brakes.
Front suspension.
Weight fully assembled 12kg.
19 inch frame size.
26 inch wheel size.
26 to 34 inch inside leg measurements.
Road and trail specific tyres.
Alloy rims.
6 speed shimano gearing and alloy wheels.
Minimal assembly.
Tyres and tubes are excluded from the guarantee.
EAN: 5021967105756.
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18 Comments

Original Poster

Ideal to fit in boot of car and not using a bike rack

What height would this be suitable for , looking for a bike to take on train and this looks perfect. Says 26" in the Argos title, which looking at size charts seems very big . Looking in the description is says for 12 year old plus ???

It looks weak but apparently will carry up to 100kg = approx 15.5 stone

stethorn

What height would this be suitable for , looking for a bike to take on … What height would this be suitable for , looking for a bike to take on train and this looks perfect. Says 26" in the Argos title, which looking at size charts seems very big . Looking in the description is says for 12 year old plus ???



​Its a full-size Adult bike - 26". I have a half-folder, almost identical, and it doesn't save that much space (especially on the train). It takes up the whole boot of a medium car. It is most useful for people who have a flat, or no shed/garage...

according to Martin lewis if the price ends in a 3 it is about to be reduced further

stethorn

What height would this be suitable for , looking for a bike to take on … What height would this be suitable for , looking for a bike to take on train and this looks perfect. Says 26" in the Argos title, which looking at size charts seems very big . Looking in the description is says for 12 year old plus ???



26" is the wheel size - adult mountain bike size.
The frame is 19" - most charts suggest this is the right size for somebody 5'10" - 6'1"

This bike comes with the usual warning - it's a cheap, steel-framed bike with poor quality components. Don't be fooled by the claimed RRP or the brand name (Muddyfox went bust years ago and it's now just a name pasted onto cheap bikes). If you really need a folding bike, it has to be new and you have £100 to spend then I guess it's OK - but if those don't all apply then there are better bikes to be had secondhand, etc.

Nice collect in 5 days gives me time to think about it. looks decent bike

"Toe" path???!

Sheesh. Can't they just let the name die in peace? You have to be 40+ to be able to remember when a Muddy Fox was up there with the best of them, or even just worth having. The founders were on a recent mtb documentary. So sad that an uncaring investor killed a great company and let their good name be run into the ground.

SnayBear

Nice collect in 5 days gives me time to think about it. looks decent bike



​Really? Everything about it screams 'awful'.

Nujol

"Toe" path???!


Made by thousands of teeny tiny mice skipping along one by one on their toes...

johnnystorm

Sheesh. Can't they just let the name die in peace? You have to be 40+ to … Sheesh. Can't they just let the name die in peace? You have to be 40+ to be able to remember when a Muddy Fox was up there with the best of them, or even just worth having. The founders were on a recent mtb documentary. So sad that an uncaring investor killed a great company and let their good name be run into the ground.



​Totally agree , this bike will be utter garbage , the guy that's looking for a folder for the train you would be better buying a cheap folder from decathlon with the small wheels, easy to store take on transport etc

stethorn

What height would this be suitable for , looking for a bike to take on … What height would this be suitable for , looking for a bike to take on train and this looks perfect. Says 26" in the Argos title, which looking at size charts seems very big . Looking in the description is says for 12 year old plus ???



​If it's for commuting your better off with something like this decathlon.co.uk/hop…tml

pink

according to Martin lewis if the price ends in a 3 it is about to be … according to Martin lewis if the price ends in a 3 it is about to be reduced further



​yep, now reduced by a further 1p.....ta!

Pile of rubbish.

Folding trail bike!?!?

Original Poster

Calm the ???? Down. It's just a cheap bike that's fits in the boot for the occasion spin out. Ideal for this.

You'd be lucky to fit that Franken bike in a boot

looks like it's been in a car crash already
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