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PINARELLO Diesel Only The Brave Limited Edition £300 at swinnertoncycles
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I remember these a few years ago they were in the diesel shops and magazine shoots, great price for a urban commuter or pub bike
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It says it is a disc bike. The disc is massive, it is not the common discs that sit on the wheel hub but is a massive wheel size disc that also houses the tyre and uses a caliper brake instead of disc pads. A bit like a non disc bike with caliper brakes.
£300 is probably just about the right price for this. £1200 was a joke.
Hmmmm Diesel you say ! I'd prefer and electric one for this price

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Hmmmm Diesel you say ! I'd prefer and electric one for this price

maxmix
Small frames but nice price
Only available in tiny frame sizes unfortunately
It says it is a disc bike. The disc is massive, it is not the common discs that sit on the wheel hub but is a massive wheel size disc that also houses the tyre and uses a caliper brake instead of disc pads. A bit like a non disc bike with caliper brakes.
£300 is probably just about the right price for this. £1200 was a joke.
WTF! £300 for a bike with no gears??
The irony of a diesel, bike powered by legs.?
jasper13227/03/2020 15:18

WTF! £300 for a bike with no gears??


More gears doesn't mean better. I'm biased but the worst bikes out there have at least 7 gears. This isn't my cup of tea but the is defiantly a low maintenance utilitarian appeal to single speed and FG bikes.

Ashame it's plastered with diesel and only the brave. If it wasn't it would be a nice 100 quid upgrade to the SS FG that decathlon sell.
Ardennes194427/03/2020 14:53

Only available in tiny frame sizes unfortunately


Available in 45 and 48 cm. These seem large enough using Evans Cycles guide...
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Edited by: "dbobs" 27th Mar
dbobs27/03/2020 16:11

Available in 45 and 48 cm. These seem large enough using Evans Cycles …Available in 45 and 48 cm. These seem large enough using Evans Cycles guide... [Image]


True that! My bad, although in my defence the size guide wasnt working for me earlier and usually a 40 something bike frame is very, very small.
The 51cm says OK for 5ft20-6ft2

White 3spd
Sorry 5ft10
Don't support Evans or Sports Direct (same owner). , as they are forcing their staff to come to work during the latest situation, believing themselves to be essential as they are selling fitness equipment, enabling people to keep healthy, while their staff suffer
TristanDeCoonha27/03/2020 17:38

Don't support Evans or Sports Direct (same owner). , as they are forcing …Don't support Evans or Sports Direct (same owner). , as they are forcing their staff to come to work during the latest situation, believing themselves to be essential as they are selling fitness equipment, enabling people to keep healthy, while their staff suffer



This isn't Evans or sports direct
c_ebay27/03/2020 17:46

This isn't Evans or sports direct



There was a mentions of Evans, 5 posts above, and so I am reminding people to not support those who do not deserve it.
TristanDeCoonha27/03/2020 17:38

Don't support Evans or Sports Direct (same owner). , as they are forcing …Don't support Evans or Sports Direct (same owner). , as they are forcing their staff to come to work during the latest situation, believing themselves to be essential as they are selling fitness equipment, enabling people to keep healthy, while their staff suffer


Same for any deal on here at the moment (except possibly automated digital deals), someone's working in warehouse to pick, then someone else working to collect, lots more working in the sorting centres and again for final delivery
Ardennes194427/03/2020 14:53

Only available in tiny frame sizes unfortunately


Suitable for up 5ft 10in people. That's a medium I'd say.
Looks a good bike to get into fixies. I'd definitely recommend. Unfortunately there's a lot of people riding around the cities on these using the freewheel. You're better off with a geared bike if you don't want to ride fixed. Fix is the way to go though if you don't have any climbs nearby. They fly up small hills in fairness, but anything longer and it's not fun. Fixed riding is super addictive when you get used to it. Just be careful for the first few rides!
TristanDeCoonha27/03/2020 17:38

Don't support Evans or Sports Direct (same owner). , as they are forcing …Don't support Evans or Sports Direct (same owner). , as they are forcing their staff to come to work during the latest situation, believing themselves to be essential as they are selling fitness equipment, enabling people to keep healthy, while their staff suffer


Yes, how awful of Evans. Asking people to work instead of making them redundant like many of us whose businesses have been utterly decimated by this situation.
All out of stock?
No wait it's just me following the wrong link...
Edited by: "markelock" 27th Mar
No results?
I like the style of these don't think I'd buy a 1 gear bike though that 3 gear one is tempting
Shame neither is big enough for me.
The 3 speed is a much better first bike than the usual supermarket BSOs.
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