Pendleton Dalby womens hybrid bike reduced to £229.99 + extra £20 off until 14 December making it £209.99 - free click and collect from Halfords
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Pendleton Dalby womens hybrid bike reduced to £229.99 + extra £20 off until 14 December making it £209.99 - free click and collect from Halfords

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Found 13th Dec 2015
I've had one of these bikes for a couple of years and can't rate it highly enough. At this price it's a real bargain. Good quality and quite light it's great for commuting or just going out on long comfortable rides at a decent pace. If you'd rather have it delivered it'll only cost £2.99 for standard delivery.

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Pendleton Dalby Hybrid Bike

Great for fitness or leisure, the Pendleton Dalby Hybrid Bike has easy to operate 16-speed gears that will help with the daily commute, as well as slimline mudguards for protection from mud and water spray. Finished in a pearlescent frame, this bike oozes excellence and class, perfect for riding to work or with friends.

700c wheels for smoother ride.
Lightweight and sporty alloy frame.
16-speed Shimano gears with Revo-shift.

Have you ever wondered What's Different About Women's-Specific Bikes? Click the link to get the lowdown.
Pendleton Dalby Hybrid Bike Extra Info

FREE Local Store build.
FREE 6-week first service.
Pre-Delivery inspection and 22 point safety check.
OR get it delivered boxed for self-assembly.
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Seriously tempted. Do you know how much it weighs? Can any bike aficionados point to similar bikes for the sake of comparison
Thanks
meerar

Seriously tempted. Do you know how much it weighs? Can any bike … Seriously tempted. Do you know how much it weighs? Can any bike aficionados point to similar bikes for the sake of comparison Thanks


It's about 13 kilos which isn't half bad at this price point. The components are good quality, easy twist grip shimano gears, quick release wheels etc. It gets pretty good reviews too. Most bikes at this price point aren't half so well put together but, I'm no expert, so it would be useful to hear from someone else. It's also a really good looking bike and I love mine to bits.
heathergreen1

It's about 13 kilos which isn't half bad at this price point. The … It's about 13 kilos which isn't half bad at this price point. The components are good quality, easy twist grip shimano gears, quick release wheels etc. It gets pretty good reviews too. Most bikes at this price point aren't half so well put together but, I'm no expert, so it would be useful to hear from someone else. It's also a really good looking bike and I love mine to bits.


thanks for the reply. i am looking for a halfway bike between mountain and road with regular handles, so this seems very good. giving it some good thought.
I have ordered it. Look forward to getting it this Thursday
meerar

I have ordered it. Look forward to getting it this Thursday


Nice one. I'd be really surprised if you were anything other than delighted with it!
if you have it delivered and build it yourself your warranty is void, just a thought
Great for fitness or leisure... Which is it better for?
morrig

Great for fitness or leisure... Which is it better for?


You can take "leisure" as a lower level than fitness, though leisure riding will soon bring some fitness benefits. Presumbaly, if you take to it, "leisure" morphs into "fitness". I guess they are trying to say that if you start off easy and then progress a bit in distance this bike will cover both. It's a starter bike. If you buy it, enjoy it and make progress you'll soon want to upgrade but it could still be a handy runaround. There's an argument to say that cycling a heavy basic bike will improve your fitness to the point where you've progressed enough to know you need/want a better bike. It's cheap enough to be worth a try. But if you are already any sort of cyclist you'll probably want something better.
another light weight scaffolding pole machine that will get the misses legs a workout, revo grip shifters lol
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