Save £25 wys £75 / £50 wys £150 on Kids / Adult Bikes @ Tesco Direct ie Terrain Hallam 16" Kids' Mountain Bike was £110 now £50 + Lots more
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Save £25 wys £75 / £50 wys £150 on Kids / Adult Bikes @ Tesco Direct ie Terrain Hallam 16" Kids' Mountain Bike was £110 now £50 + Lots more

Mod & Ed 13
Mod & Ed
Found 16th Aug 2016
Tesco Direct have 2 codes available at the moment that takes £25 off £75 Spend (TDX-HWMN) & £50 off £150 Spend (TDX-WR9H) on Kids & Adult Bikes sold by themselves. There seems to be approx 168 Bikes included in the offer, you can mix & match ie buy 2 or more cheaper bikes to make the basket value £75 or £150 & it works on already discounted ie Terrain Hallam 16" Kids' Mountain Bike was £110 now £75 & with code it's now £50.
Terrain Hallam 18" Kids' Mountain Bike was £120 now £80 & with code £55
Ndecent Flier Pink 16" Freestyle Junior Bmx now £52.25

Link goes to all bikes included in the offer, will pop a few individual links in 1st post.

13 Comments

no no nooooooo

thanks so much

Cheap bikes, cheap and nasty component. Isla bikes for kids, though pricey.

It's been said so many times before but just once more: these cheap bikes will be a big disappointment - really!

Thanks great deal
Got a good folding bike for 85.

Besford

It's been said so many times before but just once more: these cheap bikes … It's been said so many times before but just once more: these cheap bikes will be a big disappointment - really!


Brother and I had cheap bikes when we were kids, loved them.

jaydeeuk1

Brother and I had cheap bikes when we were kids, loved them.


Well good for you - that proves thousands of others wrong then.
Seriously, no one said don't buy them - but 'caveat emptor' applies. They're not just kids bikes either.

Ordered with 5.25% TCB too. Thanks.

Besford

Well good for you - that proves thousands of others wrong then.Seriously, … Well good for you - that proves thousands of others wrong then.Seriously, no one said don't buy them - but 'caveat emptor' applies. They're not just kids bikes either.



I honestly have no idea why his post made you so uptight.

Ego-X

I honestly have no idea why his post made you so uptight.


Besford knows what he is talking about, as do the more educated cyclist. The bikes will be heavy, made with in efficient components that fail to transfer anywhere near your full effort from the pedals to the wheels. Parts fail quick, costly to repair. I have a cheap 300 quid giant which is reasonable but I can tell the difference between that bike and my hybrid costing three times as much. A three hundred quid bike is a fair bit cost wise, but it's at least satisfactory and durable.
Edited by: "ontheqt" 17th Aug 2016

ontheqt

Besford knows what he is talking about, as do the more educated cyclist. … Besford knows what he is talking about, as do the more educated cyclist. The bikes will be heavy, made with in efficient components that fail to transfer anywhere near your full effort from the pedals to the wheels. Parts fail quick, costly to repair. I have a cheap 300 quid giant which is reasonable but I can tell the difference between that bike and my hybrid costing three times as much. A three hundred quid bike is a fair bit cost wise, but it's at least satisfactory and durable.



You missed the point entirely ...

Ego-X

I honestly have no idea why his post made you so uptight.


Not uptight and I have no idea why you felt it necessary to intervene. It's good advice to be wary of rubbish, which many cheap supermarket bikes will be. Possibly OK for kiddies playthings for a short while (though need checking for safety) but many of these are adult bikes and could prove a big disappointment, even at the reduced prices.


Edited by: "Besford" 18th Aug 2016
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