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Muddyfox Hustle 26" Bike - £125 *Delivered To Store* @ Tesco Direct
Muddyfox Hustle 26" Bike - £125 *Delivered To Store* @ Tesco Direct

Muddyfox Hustle 26" Bike - £125 *Delivered To Store* @ Tesco Direct

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If you enjoy cycling across rough, cross-country terrains the 26” Hustle bike from Muddyfox is ideal, with a lightweight alloy dual suspension frame, this aerodynamic bike will allow you to comfortably cycle across un-even ground and it’s great for jumps and riding fast downhill too.

This stylish metallic blue adults’ mountain bike comes with 18-speed Shimano gears and twist grip controls for easier gear changes, this bike will provide you with a smoother, more reliable ride every time.

With front and rear disc brakes, you’ll have the freedom to enjoy the Hustle bike all year round, these powerful brakes give a more progressive and effective braking system that’s works in all weather conditions.

11 Comments

Terrible, weights 80 lbs and will rust and fall apart,
Spend the extra and buy at least a carrera or boardman bike from halfrauds

Original Poster

Whats the Apollo bikes like from Halfords? They have a sale on them at the moment

If you enjoy cycling across rough, cross-country terrains then do not buy this bike.

FTFY
Also for any other kind of cycling, do not buy.
roughly (just making this up)
do not get any suspension under £200
do not get full suspension under about £400
because they're worse than nothing



full suspension for under 400 more like 800 at the least

Smiff

If you enjoy cycling across rough, cross-country terrains then do not buy … If you enjoy cycling across rough, cross-country terrains then do not buy this bike.FTFY ;)Also for any other kind of cycling, do not buy.roughly (just making this up)do not get any suspension under £200do not get full suspension under about £400because they're worse than nothing

i was trying to avoid being a called a "bike snob", but yes.
now i'm going out for a ride


chrisredmayne

Whats the Apollo bikes like from Halfords? They have a sale on them at … Whats the Apollo bikes like from Halfords? They have a sale on them at the moment



Are you looking for a bike to buy? What's the intended use? How much can you spend?

Give us a few details and we can probably suggest a couple of options.

Original Poster

Yeah, I'd only really be using it to get to my dads every other week which would be a ten minute ride and maybe down the beach in the summer, nothing to extreme. Was thinking 200 tops!

Original Poster

Yeah, I'd only really be using it to get to my dads every other week which would be a ten minute ride and maybe down the beach in the summer, nothing to extreme. Was thinking 200 tops!

I'm not recommending you buy this, but it weighs 17kg (37lbs), not 80 lbs, unless Canada has invented a new conversion ratio I'm not aware of.

canada16

Terrible, weights 80 lbs and will rust and fall apart, Spend the extra … Terrible, weights 80 lbs and will rust and fall apart, Spend the extra and buy at least a carrera or boardman bike from halfrauds



Also it shouldn't rust if it's made of aluminium alloy . . . unless Canada uses a periodic table I'm not aware of.
Edited by: "graym3546" 14th Mar 2011

It's not aluminium, probably a Cro-Molly steel alloy, and 17Kg is very heavy for a bike. The real problem is that a full-suss bike has a lot of complicated bits and pieces to go wrong, and in this price range they will go wrong very quickly.

if your budget is under £200 i'd recommend looking for a 2nd hand hardtail. take a friend if you're not sure yourself what's good.
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