Scott Scale Ltd 2009 Mountain Bike £3999.99 @ Evans Cycles
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Scott Scale Ltd 2009 Mountain Bike £3999.99 @ Evans Cycles

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3% Topcash too, Great deal.

awesome, the large one at the same price

wohoo

Rubbish deal. If you're going to get a a bike don't make the mistake of buying cheap rubbish like this. You need to make sure you get one where the spokes have been hand rolled on the thighs of virgins in a Greek temple and where the liquid in the hydraulic pipes is pure dragon blood.

Also, if the tips of the cogs aren't made of diamond they'll wear out within a couple of hundred years.

There is NO point buying a bike unless it costs AT LEAST as much as a Ferrari.

;-):-D

Good deal - carbon and X0 / XTR shiny bits and only 8kg!

You'll get cold voters though - people are rather jealous on this site if others have a hobby they like to spend their hard earned cash on.

It must have been £2500 overpriced in the first place !

Not voting either way as I couldn't & wouldn't pay that for a bike .

Even more overpriced now if your getting Quidco as well .
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this bike is well worth it peope think this is a rip of etc because its a lot of money for a push bike, but this is a steal and when your doing serious riding some bike you may think is a bargain like £69 would maybe save you money but also kill you, you get what you pay for and you would not go into a battle field in a open top bus you would take the armoured car that is more equiped for the job

hot from me

PJR;8768866

It must have been £2500 overpriced in the first place !Not voting either … It must have been £2500 overpriced in the first place !Not voting either way as I couldn't & wouldn't pay that for a bike .Even more overpriced now if your getting Quidco as well ..

You could get an unarmoured car/golf buggy for this price

I doubt there would be many in stock at these prices

I never said it was a rip off , I said it must be overpriced when they can knock £2500 off plus 3% Quidco !

No more overpriced, proportionally, than pretty much anything else.

you can get a working car cheaper than that!

or you could get a new honda cbf125 and the petrol to do 53,000 miles.

still , nice bike

If I was spending £4k on a MTB I don't think I would be buying a Scott.

WG47;8769129

No more overpriced, proportionally, than pretty much anything else.



If it can be sold for £4000 then why sell it for £6500 !

It is worth £4000 & not £6500 , fairly easy to understand in my economic mind .

PJR;8769212

If it can be sold for £4000 then why sell it for £6500 !It is worth £4000 … If it can be sold for £4000 then why sell it for £6500 !It is worth £4000 & not £6500 , fairly easy to understand in my economic mind .


It's worth whatever people will pay for it. So when people paid £6500 it was worth £6500, it's now worth £4000.

Of course, that logic applies to anything on this site and, if applied to it's logical conclusion, would mean that there are NO deals.

That_Bloke;8768846

Rubbish deal. If you're going to get a a bike don't make the mistake of … Rubbish deal. If you're going to get a a bike don't make the mistake of buying cheap rubbish like this. You need to make sure you get one where the spokes have been hand rolled on the thighs of virgins in a Greek temple and where the liquid in the hydraulic pipes is pure dragon blood.Also, if the tips of the cogs aren't made of diamond they'll wear out within a couple of hundred years.There is NO point buying a bike unless it costs AT LEAST as much as a Ferrari.;-):-D



Dragon blood just doesn't cut it these days, only kraken adrenaline will do.

That_Bloke;8769337

It's worth whatever people will pay for it. So when people paid £6500 it … It's worth whatever people will pay for it. So when people paid £6500 it was worth £6500, it's now worth £4000.Of course, that logic applies to anything on this site and, if applied to it's logical conclusion, would mean that there are NO deals.



Using your analysis then it can't be worth £6500 because it isn't selling , hence the reduction , it is only worth £4000 at the moment , if it doesn't sell at £4000 then it isn't worth that either .

A deal to most people here is if they can afford to buy it .

why sell it for that price its because next years model comes out in the next few months so thet are clearing the current spec 2010 stock ready for the new 2011 spec in july aug all major bike brands do it, its not because its only worht 4k

That_Bloke;8769337

It's worth whatever people will pay for it. So when people paid £6500 it … It's worth whatever people will pay for it. So when people paid £6500 it was worth £6500, it's now worth £4000.Of course, that logic applies to anything on this site and, if applied to it's logical conclusion, would mean that there are NO deals.

bargain of the week, lol

Does it come with a pump ?

It's the usual law of diminishing returns: you'll get a decent bike for around £500 but only limited improvement by paying £5000.

It's a deal so hot (but not for me).

dontasciime;8770632

Does it come with a pump ?



More importantly does it come with mud guards and a bell! - not had a bike for a while but the makers of most MB seem to think these are optional extras

moosely;8771636

cheaper … cheaper herehttp://www.westbrookcycles.co.uk/bikes-5/hardtail-mountain-bikes-17/scott-scale-mountain-bike-2009-size-37538.htm?utm_source=froogle&utm_medium=ppc&utm_term=37538&utm_campaign=froogle



Someone must be buying them - all except large sold out

moosely;8771636

cheaper … cheaper herehttp://www.westbrookcycles.co.uk/bikes-5/hardtail-mountain-bikes-17/scott-scale-mountain-bike-2009-size-37538.htm?utm_source=froogle&utm_medium=ppc&utm_term=37538&utm_campaign=froogle



So the other one is even more overpriced on sale than first thought .

:whistling:

Moneyspider

More importantly does it come with mud guards and a bell! - not had a … More importantly does it come with mud guards and a bell! - not had a bike for a while but the makers of most MB seem to think these are optional extras



Mudguards, yes an optional extra, just like bottle cages, racks, map carriers, computers, lights and everything else that you may have a personal preference over.
They get clogged up with crap anyway.

Bells, no. Unless it's a competition specific bike, it is required to have a bell complying with ISO 7636 fitted at point of sale.
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