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TRINX MOUNTAIN BIKE 26 INCH £179.99 @ BuyDirect / Ebay
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UNISEX TRINX MOUNTAIN BIKE 26 INCH WHEELS & 19 INCH ALLOY FRAME 24 SHIMANO GEARS DISC BRAKES 160 ROTORS FRONT SUSPENSION LOCK OUT FORKS LIGHTWEIGHT 15 KG … Read more
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I found a review- here it is translated from the original Filipino:



Trinx M500 2017 Review REVIEWS BY IAN ALBERT ON APRIL 24, 2017 72 COMMENTS

If you read my review of the Trinx M136, and your budget is Php6,500 to buy a mountain bike, I recommend that you just buy the Trinx M500. It's just as good as the Trinx M136 but because that's the price they did not It's a long way to go, sometimes at the same price as bike shops as you ask for the M500 only to get you. It's a stock, because it's easy to get out because it's worth buying it at a price of P6,500.

Similarly, the M136, Shimano parts, beautiful built and frame geometry (similarly similar to e), but have been upgraded later.

The Trinx M500 is 8-speed, compared to the 7-speed of M136. That means, there are 8 gear on the back, the biggest cog in the sprocket is a great help when it comes to steep hikes or trucks that ride you.

The only difference is that the M500 in M136 is because they both have lock-out fork. The old models because of the M136, it was not before.

Here are the specs of the Trinx M500 2017 edition:

Trinx M500 2017 Specifications

FRAME: 26 "* 15" / 17 "Alloy Special-Shaped Tubes - You have the choice of size 15 or size 17 the frame you will take, depending on your height. If you're 5'5 "or down, the size of 15 is swak. If 5'5 "upwards, size 17 should. Alloy the frame and beautiful build and geometry. In 2016 models there is no choice of 15 "frame size.

FORK: Trinx Hydraulic Steel Suspension, Travel: 100mm - There's also lock-out.

COMPONENTS

PEDAL: Trinx Sport
SADDLE: Trinx Sport
HANDLEBAR: Trinx Flat - flat bar with bar-end.
DRIVETRAIN
SHIFTER: Shimano ST-EF500 - this combo shifter also includes brake lever and shifters. 3 × 8 this.
FD: FD-M20 - this is a microShift front derailleur, this fd performance is nice because it's a genuine microShift, unlike other Chinese bikes when you remove the microShift sticker, "Shimang" is written. (Kidney stones in heaven.)
RD: Shimano RD-TY300 - Tourney rear derailleur, okay performance.
CHAIN: Kmc - it's not just a generic chain that uses hard links.
BRAKE: Alloy Mechanical Disc - it's still hydraulic but it's still a good performance of the brake set, just keeping it clean to avoid rotor (discs) and not hardening the lever.
WHEELS
CASSETTE: Hi-Ten Steel 13-32T - thread type sprocket, but 8-speed, with 32T largest cog lifetime.
RIM: Double Wall Alloy
TIRE: CST 26 "* 1.95" 27TPI
CHAINWHEEL: Prowheel 22/32 / 42T * 170L - this is a bit different from M136, the M500 crank is better because of this alloy.
HUB: Sealed Bearing

Trinx M500 2017 Colors
Like M136, the new color schems of the 2017 model of the M500. These are the models of M500 2017 models: Matt Black / Blue Yellow, Red / Black Gray, Matt Black / Gray Red, Matt Gray / Green Orange, Orange / Black Blue, White / Black Blue. The first color mentioned in each pair of colors is the more dominant color of the bike.

I will still update this post when I still have added about the review of the Trinx M500 2017.


Trinx M500 2017 Review
Price

Parts

Performance

Design

Comfort

Summary

It is more difficult for the beginner MTB to price it because the price is almost the same as M136, but it is more okay. It's just right for those who want to test MTB and get involved with trooper rides but do not want to spend a lot of money on the bike.

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Looks great value for money with the main issue being the front forks. Certainly if you want a new bike for less than £200 there are no obvious superior alternatives.
stevinio21 h, 40 m ago

Probably alright for a canal towpath, but wouldn't last two minutes on a …Probably alright for a canal towpath, but wouldn't last two minutes on a trail looking at the spec. There's loads of almost new 'branded' bikes on gumtree for around the same price.


Not sure I fully agree. As I stated above this bike would not be for me but then my budget is in a different ball park to this.

However, the frame on this bike is over engineered, same on lower end components - they are heavy but solid.
The brand itself had a winner in a UCI event in May on the XCO r2 category in 2016 (i.e. not a complete none brand) and has been supplying components since the 90's (including in partnership to some more well known brands). On the trail the mechanical discs would be my greatest concern on this bike but at £179 (or £169) with guarantees I can not see hydraulic as viable in this price bracket.

Now gumtree brings in the myriad of issues from fatigue in already crashed used frames to them being a little bit hotter than one would want. Of course taking time to visit, check out and be prepared to walk away will add to the cost in this route.

Whilst there are bargains out there and yes more spent will get better bikes the examples in this post above there are some not so great recommendations that are not even in the same ball park.

The 8 year old Merida Matts 60 is cheap but questionable on fatigue and component wear if used, wheels true and component state if buried at back of garage (either way more costs expected to service and this is highest at risk of being least suitable). Of course to note since its release the entry level in that time has also improved.

The Scott that is twice the price but you could buy the same model new at only £75 more - personally in this budget I would look more closely at DanFisherDans post with the GT he found new.

The Boardman comp 650b would look the best buy but with a going rate that trends at is £375 (At trending value I would prefer to look at Dan post and suggestions within that post) raises the question why it is a 3rd cheaper than anywhere else it is trending at. Problem of course buying stolen goods knowing they are under valued is you can easily lose both your money and the stolen goods.
Edited by: "Bertz99" 4th Jan
Probably alright for a canal towpath, but wouldn't last two minutes on a trail looking at the spec. There's loads of almost new 'branded' bikes on gumtree for around the same price.
mcrobbj1 h, 13 m ago

People saying that these are awful doesnt make them bike snobs, most are …People saying that these are awful doesnt make them bike snobs, most are saying get something second hand. I get it that if you dont know about bikes then this can be a problem, but just ask someone that does or google "things to check when buying a used bike". If you cant be ar**d then just buy this spangly deathtrap.


Ok - but please humour me - with your first hand experience what exactly makes this bike posted here a death-trap precisely?
Sheffield by cycle free cycle hire for 30 mins each day
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Sheffield’s very own version of the Boris bikes! A brilliant incentive to get people moving! Beware of the hills in Sheffield though ha ha Annual membership – 1 bike. Firs… Read more
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True, also these cyclists should know how to use the roads. Many think …True, also these cyclists should know how to use the roads. Many think it’s ok to over take a parked car without even looking over their shoulders and wait if cars coming. Btw I’m a cyclist too so no dig at anyone.

Seriously? A cyclist has the right of way in that situation.
manc8010 h, 17 m ago

Haha its much the same still (the hills are still here!). But we now have …Haha its much the same still (the hills are still here!). But we now have the joy of deliveroo riders who are on a completely different level of ignorance!


Is it wrong of me to wish they get caught up in the tram tracks?
edinburgher11 m ago

Was a student here (many years ago) rather hilly! I also agree with other …Was a student here (many years ago) rather hilly! I also agree with other comments re safety, not the most cycle friendly city centre. I also believe cyclists should be taking more responsibility for their own safety...... some are ‘guerilla cyclists’ who have no consideration for other road users, often don’t have lights, but all have helmet cams....rant over



Haha its much the same still (the hills are still here!). But we now have the joy of deliveroo riders who are on a completely different level of ignorance!
Jinkz5 m ago

So 15 minutes in each direction, doesn't give you a lot of time does it!



30mins. You cycle to your destination, park the bike and your rental is complete. Do the same on the return journey.
Was a student here (many years ago) rather hilly! I also agree with other comments re safety, not the most cycle friendly city centre. I also believe cyclists should be taking more responsibility for their own safety...... some are ‘guerilla cyclists’ who have no consideration for other road users, often don’t have lights, but all have helmet cams....rant over
Pedal away a bargain! - Crank Brothers 5050 3 Pedals £46.49 @ Halfords
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Had an email from Chainreactioncycles.com about these pedals being reduced (mostly always reduced at chainreaction) but found that Halfords had price matched them plus an addition … Read more
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morrig25 m ago

Same price in Chain Reaction Cycles.


£10 cheaper as there is a little red box on the left saying spend and save!
Cheaper than your £69 chips!
Same price in Chain Reaction Cycles.
Absolute bargain, Probably made of oxygen-free, double refined unobtanium, hand-rolled.
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Amazon Lightning Deal - Richbit folding Mountain Bike - 26" 3-spoke wheels - 27 Speed Shimano gears £466.65 Sold by Cyrusher and Fulfilled by Amazon. RRP £809
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Just browsing Amazon and spotted this. Seems like a decent deal if you're looking for a portable, & futuristic looking mountain bike. Only a few hours left on the deal!
This isn't stunning, just fancy (but VERY heavy) wheels.
I love it!!!!.had my eye on it for a while :0)...but, I refuse to pay more then £5.50 for a bike, which explains why currently do not own one.....heated up!!!
bit pricey me thinks.
stunning bike but rrp is ridiculous considering there is one with added rear shock for £550
Zero claimed.... says it all
Apollo Mens Hybrid Bicycle £129 Delivered @ Halfords on ebay
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18 or 21 Inch frame Approximate Weight (KG): 15kg Brake Type: V-Brakes Forks: Suspension - Coil Frame Material: Alloy Gender: Mens Number of Gears: 18 Peda… Read more
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irmesmail

What you think about that … What you think about that one?http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductMobileDisplay?catalogId=10151&categoryId=165499&langId=-1&productId=1177971&storeId=10001



There is very little difference between that and the Vengeance I had already linked to (aside from SRAM components rather than Shimano).

Definitely not worth the extra money...(even if it does look prettier!)
Edited by: "wenttoabetterplace" 8th May 2016
Definitely favour a hybrid over a mountain bike - added 4mph to my average speed the day I changed, with no extra effort!
wenttoabetterplace

That's a horrible bike for the moneyHere's a proper one for £60 … That's a horrible bike for the moneyHere's a proper one for £60 extra;http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/carrera-vengeance-mountain-bike-now-193-49-halfords-2442671Or here's a cheap supermarket bike that will do a better job than this Apollo;http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/falcon-nevada-700c-hybrid-adults-bike-50-instore-asda-2443840?page=3#post27959461



What you think about that one?
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That's a horrible bike for the money

Here's a proper one for £60 extra;
hotukdeals.com/dea…671

Or here's a cheap supermarket bike that will do a better job than this Apollo;
hotukdeals.com/dea…e=3
Edited by: "wenttoabetterplace" 8th May 2016
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PDW Magic Flute Mini Pump @ Amazon for £8.92p (Prime) RRP £30 @ Amazon
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I got mine for £7.95 the other day BUT still a great buy. The Magic Flute features all alloy construction and a new resin bracket. Use CO2 when you're in a hurry or pump up the ol… Read more
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fireman1

18 quid now.



Agreed. Needs more clicks to expire.
18 quid now.
How much pumping on our magic flute does it take to get it inflated
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Storck 57cm Aernario Basic Frame Set was £2649 now £1499 (cycle, bike, cyclist) @ Storck
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Now I know this is a pretty niche' deal but it's a fantastic price! Other frames and bikes available from £759 if this deal is a bit rich for you but if youre serious about your b… Read more
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basergorkobal

But I didn't say there's no difference between this and a frame half the … But I didn't say there's no difference between this and a frame half the price, did I?This is maybe what - 10% - 20% better, but twice as expensive. And how exactly is the better measured in this case, if the weight is the same, and so is stiffness?I can appreciate a good frameset. But don't see the point of spending more than you have to. That's my opinion. BTW I haven't voted, so no need to get excited.



​AERO gains! Have you had your head in a whole for the past few years?
basergorkobal

You're not really making a point here. It's not a product for the masses … You're not really making a point here. It's not a product for the masses like a TV, now is it?



​And there is my point in a nutshell, it's not a mainstream product for everyone. As I said above 90% of people might not gain any tangible benefit but some might just enjoy the fact they have a well engineered product. When TVs were black and white nobody died from lack of resolution or colour, most people would be fine with a £200 720p LCD and yet 55" OLED seem to fly out the door. Nobody needs them, do they? Does the news inform you better? Are comedians jokes funnier?
leedsyra

​A. Thats because black and white TVs were the only option. B. what kind o … ​A. Thats because black and white TVs were the only option. B. what kind of a stupid comparison is that???



​The comparison is perfectly valid. Yes, you can get by on something basic, but now you have the option to have something nicer that not everyone needs/wants.
If you have the money to spend on a frameset like this and you enjoy cycling, it's a good deal. £1150 off the Rrp.
Sweet Protection Bushwhacker Mountain Bike Helmet Various colours/sizes RRP £139.99 now £79.99 @ Leisure Lakes Bikes
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Looking around for a cycle helmet to go with the new full susser and came across these. Good protection and rrp is £139.99 - cheapest elsewhere seems to be around £100
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riker71

Voted hot just for the name.



​as good a reason as any!
Voted hot just for the name.
Vittoria Randonneur II Road Bike Tyre £13.49 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
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Great tires, very puncture resistant, roll well. One if the best commuter tyres. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
MAdam98

​But 35mm tyres. Who uses those!?



Me. Spot on for a cyclocross bike used for winter commuting along gravel/canal paths.
P.S. On these Randonneurs, the grooved arrows should preferrably be facing forward as slightly increases the roll and instead of collecting particles in the grooves, spits them out the back slightly more than if they were fitted the other way.
Few tricks for punctures. When changing tubes, inflate the new tube slightly and insert into tyre before fitting. This prevents twists and makes everything else easier too. Pull the valve well out to make sure no twists there either.

Second, when taking out a punctured tyre, mark the position near the valve with a sticky tape or tie a string before removing it. Once you find the the hole, in a deep pot full of water, note it's angel and position with respect to the valve. Find the relative position on the tyre with the reference point you marked. Now you can hunt down the little culprit, usually tiny glass, and dig it out. Otherwise you will simply get another puncture if it is still there.

Finally bought a couple of these Randonneurs last week and fitted them, without any levers or any tools. even Marathon+ can be fitted without any tool or even strings or zip ties as in the last link below. Even if the lever does not puncture the new tube, it can strain and weaken it by wearing it out. No tools are needed except a little knowledge. Push in the whole of one side, easy. Then just keep pushing the tyre edges deep into the belly of the wheel rim and push up towards the last bit. Alternate sides, till it pops in, very easy:

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cheaperthebetter

35mm x 700c are £6.99 @ Planet X Here



​But 35mm tyres. Who uses those!?
Got mine from Planet-X last year and rode the rear tyre into the ground commuting around 10k per a year, no punctures in that time till the tyre was worn to the carcass and I rode through the glass filled streets of London
**Tesco**  Terrain Nevis 24" Kids' Front Suspension Mountain Bike, 14" Frame £45 @ Tesco direct
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OK, sorry it's another Tesco bike deal but I've just bought this. I've been searching for wheels as my daughter's bike needs a new rear one and as they are upwards of £20 each plu… Read more
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I bought this bike a fortnight ago
Although the one delivered was solid Red it's a fantastic bike for a kid

My boy is 10 so I was thinking it's going to be heavy and flimsy but I'm very impressed
It doesn't weigh too much, the build is really good actually and there's no way this bike is going to have any issues for at least a few years
I understand some of the "false economy" comments as I do like a good bike (mines a GT Zum s2) but for a kid to take round the park etc... this is perfect.

RRP should probably be closer to the £60-90 mark but for £45 is a bargain
MAdam98

​That happened earlier...



I'd _love_ an explanation of this (I asked earlier) maybe the frame broke into bits or the bike simply exploded. Haha.
It's possible, of course, for any person on any bike to be thrown off, if they hit a bit enough pothole or a high kerb.
The most usual damage in that type of accident to any bike is a bent wheel These are not trivial to retension. It is possible to correct small warps but larger ones (buckles) requires the rim to be straighten. Not an easy job.
I agree about the grip shifters. they're not the most positive, but I've never seen a second hand bike where they 'don't work'! Young people (and some older ones ) don't understand about cadence and don't change gears that often.
Mountain bike type tyres are, of course, fitted to mountain bikes! It's unlikely that any young person would use such a bike on anything other than a 'trail'. They should always wear a helmet anyway. However mountain bike tyres are useful on the road, Noise is higher but they do give good grip when cornering, although wear is higher.
The saddle looks slightly longer and narrower than 'normal' general purpose bikes. Peoples bottoms very anyway.
Above all, this bike has 108 revues, mostly very positive with an overall rating of 4.3

Cheap shoddy overweight nasty piece of junk that will constantly creak and rattle until it falls apart, if you want to spend £45 give it to charity you'll feel so much better than buying this.
gabberandy

Just be careful you don't hit a kerb or a pothole with this, because it … Just be careful you don't hit a kerb or a pothole with this, because it will obviously break into pieces.



​That happened earlier...
Vertigo Freestyle 20" Kids' BMX Bike  £65.00 @ Tesco Direct
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Whilst trying to buy one of the other Tesco bikes offered here, I came across this one. Although not as cheap as the others, it does look decent for the price! 51cm (20") bespoke… Read more
coolcat21

ooh, when did you buy it? I've ordered today for collection from store … ooh, when did you buy it? I've ordered today for collection from store tomorrow, but if I can get it for £50, I'll be even happier!! I'd llike to try to get the difference refunded (_;)


Sorry Coolcat just picked this up!! Hope you got sorted - he has used the bike now and seems pretty good, slight adjustment required to the brakes - my bad - but other than that is good I think.
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Tesco delayed my order yesterday, so hopefully pick up today. Adult son is quite hopeful it is a good 'un, but only time will tell (_;)
There is a reason why it is more expensive than other Tesco bikes on here. It is far better.
A simple, no frills, rigid steel bike.
No gears, suspension etc. Less to go wrong.
Nice bike.
Better than all these full sus terrains.
coolcat21

ooh, when did you buy it? I've ordered today for collection from store … ooh, when did you buy it? I've ordered today for collection from store tomorrow, but if I can get it for £50, I'll be even happier!! I'd llike to try to get the difference refunded (_;)



The Boneyard bike may still be available for £50. I'm collecting our lads' today.
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Doncampbell70

Bought one for my son, outgrown previous bike. Takes a bit of building … Bought one for my son, outgrown previous bike. Takes a bit of building but not as bad as you might read - back brakes take a bit of time and the front may need adjusting after you finish up.... But seems a solid bike, well made and we actually got one delivered to store for £50 so keep an eye out. Heat though.



ooh, when did you buy it? I've ordered today for collection from store tomorrow, but if I can get it for £50, I'll be even happier!! I'd llike to try to get the difference refunded (_;)
Topeak Mini Dual G Mini Pump  £5.75 (prime) £11.76 (non prime) @ Amazon
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Brilliant little pump with guage, everywhere else is double the price! Colour: Silver/grey SmartHead automatically adjusts to fit Presta and Schraeder valves Telescopictube with l… Read more
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johnstalvern

From having read the Amazon 1 stars and the CRC 1 stars, I got the … From having read the Amazon 1 stars and the CRC 1 stars, I got the distinct impression that several of the people just didn't know how to use the pump properly.Either way, everyone who got one should thank those who abstained; bargain!



None of the reviews I read talked about pump failures straight out of the box. They seem to fail randomly (and on the replacement pumps too).
When you read the same thing time and again, user error becomes a most unlikely cause.

Personally, I'm happy to take a punt on various things IF the price is right. But by its nature, a pump is something you only ever use when you really need it. So I'd rather pay a few extra £££'s towards a pump that has good reviews.
From having read the Amazon 1 stars and the CRC 1 stars, I got the distinct impression that several of the people just didn't know how to use the pump properly.

Either way, everyone who got one should thank those who abstained; bargain!
spbingham

Can you suggest a better pump for £6?




Probably not but a taxi ride is likely cost more than £6 if the pump lets you down. Do yourself a favour and buy a good pump. Anything else is a false economy...
souljacker

Looks like they put the price up, expired now .


Yep, 14.98 now
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I heard they don't work, you p3nis will not grow any longer. Stay clear.
Viking Men's Pro Racing Bike £85.90 @ Amazon
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£85.90 for the 53cm £89.80 for the 56cm £97.26 for the 59cm Seems pretty decent for the price. Hi-tensile road geometry gents frame with mudguard clearance and bottle bosses Shim… Read more
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MAdam98

Lol. Roadies here mate We don't say granny.... ;)But... That gearing!? … Lol. Roadies here mate We don't say granny.... ;)But... That gearing!? I'm still using a 34 compact!!!!!



I'm a roadie too, but an old one. It'll always be the granny to me. I have managed to graduate to a 52/36, so not too old, yet.
save up, and buy a Btwin. it's worth saving up to buy a bike you will enjoy riding.
aadillaher1

Anybody know anything about bikes looking to start up some road biking



At this price theres not much choice. I managed to get one of the Vertigo carnabys from Tescos@ £125. The less details you find the more they are hiding therefore the worse the bike. The frame is steel and will be heavy, the wheels will be heavy (as a guess the bike will weigh about 15kg), the seat will be uncomfortable, the pedals will be cheap. The seat and pedals can be changed relatively cheap and may need to be changed regardless of how expensive the bike is, a saddle is a very personal choice.

The biggest problem will be the gears and brakes, the gears will be a pain to index (allowing smooth gear changes) and you may not be able to get them to change 100% smoothly. The brakes will wear out quickly and be rubbish in the wet.

That said, if you are only really doing it to get fit then a heavy bike will make you work harder over a shorter distance (DO NOT try to go up steep hills with this its not recommended) so its not all bad providing you can get the bike set up as best as possible. If you are looking at taking it up more seriously; find a local cycle club ask for advise and look for 2nd hand bikes or take the hit and spend at least £300 (decathlon bikes are pretty good apparently)
I have used viking as my first Road bike for this price it is a bargain.
On-Guard Bulldog Combo Shackle D Lock - Black - £14.71 Delivered at Amazon
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This lock normally retails circa £30 and is currently on offer and supplied by Amazon for a fraction of the price - the item has great reviews and would be ideal for anyone needing… Read more
dont forget the grease for the lock barrel!
10000 combinations but more than likely found within 365 combinations
super hot. I believe this has a gold secure rating too
good lock, i bought one last time
Shimano SPD Pedal E-PDM520L @ Amazon - £15.79
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Price drop for a decent clip-less pedal
ye they come with cleats, I bought some last week.
nivvy34

Anyone know if the cleats come free with the pedals as it quotes over £20 … Anyone know if the cleats come free with the pedals as it quotes over £20 plus the website for the items frequently purchased together. I purchased a pair for my MTB from Wiggle and got the cleats for free?



Cleats came with the m520s I bought from Merlin last week.
nivvy34

Anyone know if the cleats come free with the pedals as it quotes over £20 … Anyone know if the cleats come free with the pedals as it quotes over £20 plus the website for the items frequently purchased together. I purchased a pair for my MTB from Wiggle and got the cleats for free?



cleats came with the 530 ones I bought, pretty sure get them with the 520s as well
Seen cheaper on ebay and other cycle outlets. Poor deal.
firefox1278

You need special shoe for this type of pedals?



Yes.

Cycling shoes are designed to take the cleats. I use SPD-SL on my road bike but just standard pedals on my hybrid.
Kona Paddy Wagon 2010 road bike £371.20 RRP= £565 Singletrack bikes other bikes at good prices too
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Kona Paddy Wagon bike £371.20. RRP for this bike was £565 so a pretty good saving. Add bike to basket and use the code: mvc1disc (code added at basket stage and gives 10% of ever… Read more
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Very googd price.. shame i just purchased a mongoose single track bike as i bet the build quality is far superior on this
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Kona Fire mountain 2010 mountainbike:
http://www.singletrackbikes.co.uk/product/4690/Kona_Fire_Mountain_2010
£252 (but only 14" and 22" frames) (RRP: £400)
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