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Gtech eScent 650b Electric Mountain Bike - 27.5" £1,200 @ Halfords
Posted 12 h, 53 m agoPosted 12 h, 53 m ago
Browsing and researching electric bikes (as per normal (lol) ) and came across this for £1200 (saving £699). Not bad for a branded ebike and it’s the cheapest I’ve seen it brand n… Read more
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Their absolute junk at this price level with very poor mountain bike parts that aren't fit for purpose off road. Very low end suntour forks etc. This would actually be much better off road overall except the assistance up steep inclines would be inferior as you have stated. If I was spending £1200-1500 I'd get probably go for a calibre bossnut evo with a bafang mid-mount motor conversion. That way you get much better performance and much lower maintenance costs with easy access to cheap spares with Bafang.


Did anyone else see Darwin in the background?


Clearly isn't, the small things like clothes flapping would look odd, pretty easy to tell it's real.


I think the bike is safer than this


Agree with a step to increase their speed limit to 20mph but carp government to busy lying to do anything for the benefit of the population.

Scott Aspect 950 2018 Aluminium Hardtail Mountain Bike £332.99 delivered @ Rutland Cycles
31/07/2019Expires on 31/07/2019Posted 12th JunPosted 12th Jun
Scott Aspect 950 2018 Aluminium Hardtail Mountain now down to £332.99 with Free Delivery - customer reviews are excellent. The SCOTT Aspect 950's frame is constructed from ultra-l… Read more
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Also poorly applied and a thin coating of paint on the seat post could be a factor or in fact the main reason.


If you aren't happy with the internal surface finish of the seat tube and getting paint scratched off the seat post here is a good video about how to clean inside and the tools you need. Any indication of where these are made on the box or on the frame itself. Sometimes the bike is assembled in a different country to where the frame was manufactured so you can't always be sure but if it says made in Cambodia, Bangladesh or mainland China on the box it was definitely assembled there as well as having the frame manufactured there.


this or Voodoo Bizango if prices were the same


Ok the gearset is not the best in the world but it’s very very good value for a 29er


This is how the Cube ones I wrote about looked like.

maxxis shorty DH 3C Exo 27.5x2.3 mtb tyre (26" £27.99) down to £26.99 @ CRC chain reaction
Posted 31st MayPosted 31st May
Maxxis Shorty DH MTB Tyre - 3C - EXO - TRThe Shorty is a mid-spike MTB tyre that performs best in loose or slightly muddy conditions. The Maxxis Shorty DH MTB Tyre was designed as … Read more
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They also had a High Roller II dual compound for £22. Great pairing with a Shorty. £40 for a full set with the code. Looks like it went down in price since I bought it a few days ago. Now OOS sadly.


I have always found Maxxis to be great tyres. Super deal!


Same tyre all year round, learn to ride proper.


I’m in West Yorkshire so I’d say in between the weather conditions of Scotland and the south I’m running a dhf front and minion ss on rear, just changed one bikes rear to an ardent race and it feels like a rocket, I do like the DHF as the grip is unreal, but I’m looking to get a short travel 29er full sus, What front tyre is the ideal maybe it is the high roller that is one grip level down from the dhf


Feel for you! Dry as a bone down south, little bit of cloud burst now and again keeps the brown pow down. High rollers most of the year for me with a minion or shorty if it’s bad.

Muddyfox MO29410 26 inch Wheel Size Mens Mountain Bike £134.99 Was £199.99 @ Argos + £10 free gift card
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Make light work of hills with the Muddyfox Flare. This great mountain bike features a 19 inch steel frame and front suspension. The bike comes with 18-speed twist grip gears, front… Read more
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In my opinion definitely not worth this price. There is no bargain here. Someone in the thread said they paid £35 at a clearance shop and that is a bargain but for £90 you start getting much better bikes with rigid forks that will be much more efficient and this is effectively £125 which it definitely isn't worth.


I was watching a youtube channel of an american who lives and works in Japan. Last I heard he started working for BMC bikes. Anyway on one of his videos one of the Japanese riders had a Muddyfox bike which I was surprised to see so they obviously did well enough to get exported to far away countries. I've never owned or even seen a original Muddyfox bike in the flesh myself only the bikes that universal cycles had branded. Just remembered the channel 'two wheel cruise' so this is the video. Close to the beginning is a retro Muddyfox bike that looks pretty amazing with some great innovations, early carbon? Also Mr 'TwoWheelCruise' himself rides a Planet X bike from Yorkshire although now he is working for BMC I'm sure that is out of sight now. Doesn't surprise me about the Cannondale, I've got an old Cannondale road frame to build into a bike and it is unbelievably light I can't get my head around it. Feels like it would take 5 seconds to reach the floor if I dropped it or a gust of wind would blow it out the window. Not sure what to do with it as it feels like it would never take my weight, 70kg or less riders would seem appropriate.


It will still get you fit if you use it. Then if you upgrade to a decent bike you will fly! (y)


As I said 'back in the day' - i.e. 30 years ago! The MF that broke was steel as was my Fisher, however the Fisher was £500 as opposed to £200 for the MF. Even then the Fisher frames had just started getting built in Taiwan but they were well made. Another mate got a Cannondale road bike back then and managed to kink the frame putting on a rear bike light bracket!


So is this bike worth the price?

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Carrera hellcat mountain bike - Halfords Instore £236.52
Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd MayLocalLocal
Was looking for bike for son and noticed the new 10% extra offer now on the website and instore. The hellcat is now reduced online to £262.80 which says extra 10% already applied. … Read more
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We just bought one from Peterborough and did not get extra 10% off as assistant said discount already applied. You can get a family National Trust pass today for free (assistant did not mention it) going to pick up bike later and ask for the pass details.




16" Although depends on leg length, I'm 5'11" but have short legs so 18" is good for me.


What size frame would I need? I’m 5’6


The extra 10% off is a one off I take it? What would I ask for if they don't apply it?

Manitou Markhor Forks - Boost 27.5 120mm 15mmx110mm Mountain bike fork @ Wiggle / CRC - £89.99
Posted 16th MayPosted 16th May
no idea if they are any good, but an interesting price and at 1.67kg not a bad weight. although on bike - discount germany they say its 1.78kg A trail and terrain taming fork by … Read more
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just finished, had to buy a new hope headset. Got some new wheels built and got a NX derailer. I'm probably going to remove the pannier rack as this one isn't of high quality. Other than that, the locking feature on the forks is a god send.


What fox, these are manitou? I’m on the look out for some fox34 29er


These aren’t anywhere near as good as the fox advertised on this deal tho.

J1135 White here mate albeit a lil different



Marin ‘Rock Spring’ mountain bike (aka bob cat) S in 27.5 or L / XL in 29er (1x drivetrain £559.99 @ CRC
Posted 14th MayPosted 14th May
Good bike with part shimano deore drivetrain 1x10 (30t with 11-46t sunrace cassettes) Shimano hydraulic brakes 27.5 small only 29er L or XL Marin Rock Spring 2 29 Hardtail Bike De… Read more
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Last year they had 20% off all bikes plus another £50 off all voodoos and boardmans and then when picked up showed BC membership for an extra 10% off and because it wasn't ready on day knocked £20 off you can still get them 20% as Halfords has deals time and time again so £530 plus many people have BC membership so £470 it's better vaule


Cool. How u get it that cheap


Look at bizango reviews 5* across the board and constantly wins best hardtail under £750


Bizango is by far better bang for buck I manged to get it for £400 new


The Voodoo Bizango (quite often cheaper than this e.g. last month with 20% off was £520) has a 1x11 SRAM NX groupset and the Suntour Raidon Fork. Component wise they stand up pretty well to the 1x10 Deore and the entry level rock shox silver TX here. There are some good reasons why that Voodoo has won several awards during its iterations and is hard to fault on its value.

Mens Mountain Bike Indi Kaisa £89 @ Cycle Republic
Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
Cycle Republic are offering this mountain bike for 89.99 with an RRP of £180. 20 inch frame an ideal budget bike for my teenager! Order online delivered to home or store. The I… Read more
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For me it's the front suspension the bike would be much stronger, safer and more reliable with rigid forks.


Everyone is making jokes on this bike, what's wrong with it?


This company is part of Halfords actually. So you often find they switch deals between the two


Spot on.


Yes but the sort of person buying this is not likely to maintain it properly, so unmaintained it will just be discarded within a few years. I appreciate some sealed bottom brackets may be dodgy, but I think they are extreme examples, stuff breaks (your Brompton example was apparently a 1 in 5000 failure rate and isn't necessarily dangerous) a standard Shimano one should give long life, I've got an old Ridgeback hybrid with (i presume) a Shimano bottom bracket. It's 10 years old this year, used daily in all weathers as a commuter/station workhorse. No issues whatsoever and the only other original thing on it is the frame, fork, handlebars and brake calipers. It reminds me of "Trigger's Broom"!

Men's Ridgeback MX4 27.5” Mens Mountain Bike – 2019 £299.99 @ Cyclesrepublic
Posted 6th MayPosted 6th May
This looks like a bargain? Seems closer to RRP on other sites, and it's a good brand. Will leave detailed overview of the specs to someone more clued up (please!) I'm looking at t… Read more
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I'm not sure which bike you are referring to but this Ridgeback has Shimano BR-M315 hydraulic disc brakes and the Carrera Vulcan has even better Clarks M2 hydraulic disc brakes. That is the issue with the Suntour M3030 front shocks they are little more than fashion accessories as don't really achieve anything much in performance and are structurally weaker than rigid forks plus are high maintenance. I think they are classed as leisure forks in a class below Suntour's XC range of forks. The Suntour XCT and XCM are the minimum suntour forks for real off-road use and if you are a heavier rider like me you would need to choose XCM as the minimum grade of fork for structurally strength. Personally I feel for most people the Carrera Subway is the best choice which is pretty much a mountain bike with rigid forks so is efficient on the road and if anything probably better off road than many bikes fitted with entry level suspension forks like these M3030's, I haven't tested that theory though. Suspension forks can be high maintenance and have a weight penalty so unless they are adding extra versatility of where you can ride there seems little point in them.


might be a little off topic, but how about electric mountain bikes? Any decent deals? Or is it not worth it?


Not worth the money I think. It's lower specced than some bikes at £300 RRP. One example is the £300 Carrera in Halfords. It can be had for lower than this in sales too as £300 is the RRP.


I don't know what a good fork is (not on a bike, AOT, I use chopsticks :) ) but the main thing that happens to old forks which cause them to cease is rust on the forks


Well if you've got them you can tell us!

Felt Surplus 70 27.5 Mountain Bike Matt Dark Blue - Medium £499.99 @ Planet X
Posted 29th AprPosted 29th Apr
Half price mountain bike at planet x, now £499
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Suntour do not manufacturer SRAM's Rockshox designs. At least if they do someone seems to forgotten to tell both the Shen Kang and Suzhou factories. Bike Rumour has a nice 3 part factory tour of how SRAM are setup from couple of years ago. Suntour do manufacturer some other rated brands and there is even the debate that some components may be sourced by both from the same suppliers.


Suntour manufacture the majority of forks for other brands, Rockshox design the forks and Suntour manufacture them for them. SRAM don't actually make much or possibly anything themselves it's all tendered out to factories in the far east. It's like this hub gear recall. SRAM branded but actually made by Heng Ying Machinery who probably tendered the best quote for the contract unfortunately the product was garbage. Shimano does manufacture a lot of their own products in their own factories around the world but I believe their bottom end stuff is tendered out to very low end factories too. In the world of bicycles what brand you see on the bike and its components may not be the actual brand of any of the manufacturer's of those parts sometimes.


tbh I think those forks alone are worth the difference in price:


This looks like a better option


Calibre make a good entry level hartail called line 10. I think they were doing 15% lately. Could be a good alternative.

Saracen Tufftrax 27.5” Womens Mountain Bike – 2018 £199 @ Cyclerepublic
Posted 28th AprPosted 28th Apr
It features a lightweight frame with good geometry, paired with a quality Suntour XCT suspension fork with 100mm of bump-eating travel . Add in 21speed gears with Shimano EZ-Fire … Read more

Got to say i am 14 stone and have used my tufftrax on blue and red trails no problem but i avoid large drop offs :D


Thanks for the informative reply, that's very helpful indeed. The nearest Cycle republic store is over a hundred miles away from me, unfortunately. I was quoted £328.50 for the Giant Bliss. You've given me some food for thought. Cheers!


Saracen is overall better I would say. The Giant is fitted with a freewheel so is much weaker at the rear when taken off road and freewheels wobble and can make shifting more difficult especially 7 speed freewheels. The one area the Giant is most likely better is brakes because of its disc brakes but they are only mechanical and may not necessarily outperform V brakes but probably do. Being cassette/freehub based the Saracen has a faster high end gear of 12 teeth compared to 14 teeth on the freewheel (the lower the teeth number at the rear the faster the bike can go at normal cadence). I personally wouldn't touch that Giant model at close to £400 with a freewheel. Giant are great bikes but at entry level they have some rubbish components. The front shocks are the same on both models. Even though the price is almost double the Giant is more mountain bike style where as the Saracen just scrapes in as a real mountain bike because of its freehub. Hardtail mountain bikes can take a lot of abuse at the rear because that is where the majority of the riders weight is and there is no suspension. A freewheel simply isn't fit for purpose on a hardtail mountain bike. This Saracen seems like a great choice for you on a budget but remember if you haven't got a local Cycle republic store you will have to assemble and maintain the bike yourself. A bike from the internet is great if you have the basic mechanical skills to maintain it but if you don't it can be a false economy having to pay a local cycle shop to maintain it for you who won't do you any favours if the bike was bought elsewhere. Consider other stores like Halfords, Decathlon and Go Outdoors if local to you, they can provide great value bikes and decent support generally although many would say these chain stores don't offer the support of local bike shops I personally have not found local bike shops that great.


How does this Tufftrax compare with the Liv Bliss 2 2019? (Apart from the price). I haven't cycled for a good few years & want to have a go again before I get too decrepit! Liv Bliss 2 I saw the Liv Bliss in a local shop & liked the look & feel of it, but really know nothing about bikes. I'd like something that I could ride on cycle paths & the odd farm track. The man in the bike shop said that an XS frame would probably be best fit for me (I'm 5'1" tall). I'd be grateful for any advice.


Looks like it's 'Extra Small' (13") only: 5'1" - 5'4".

Felt Surplus 70 27.5 Mountain Bike now £599.99 @ Planet X
Posted 14th AprPosted 14th Apr
27.5+ bike with decent equipment. Component List Frame: Felt 27.5+, double butted 6061 aluminium, Hydro form, Control Taper integrated head tube, post disc mount, replaceab… Read more

I'd expect a basic air fork at this price


I click on the bike to see a bigger picture of the bike and actually get a smaller image! (confused) Maybe it's a chrome thing.


At £550 this might be worth considering. At £750 I'd be looking for an air fork and SLX gearing.


No bike with an SR Suntour forks (even admittedly their top-of-the-line forks) should be worth that initial asking price anyway.. Saying that the Radeon fork is good unlike all the rest of the SR Suntour forks so if you want this bike I say go for it


2017 model (16) Weight: 13.58kg / 29.93lbs.

Sram X1 Carbon crankset incl 30T chainring down to £69.99 @ chain reaction / wiggle
Posted 7th AprPosted 7th Apr
The older 11 speed chainset by sram featuring carbon arms and a 30T chainring this uses the older GXP standard (as opposed newer DUB standard) based on a 24mm spindle and requiring… Read more
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Cheers. Collected mine, pretty sure they’re carbon as well. Thanks O


My mate ordered one of each and they are identical , carbon should be warmer to the touch and weight in around 550-565 grams , whereas alu will be around 700-780


Also how easy to tell if they're carbon or not? is it obvious?


I'll report back. Did you get the boost version or not? Both had the same title (except boost obviously) but different descritptions which is my concearn.


I’ve got one to collect too , my mates arrived and says likely to be carbon

Calibre Rake Mountain Bike - £381.65 (with code) @ Go Outdoors
Posted 6th AprPosted 6th Apr
for £381 is absolutely cracking bike for the money. Think it's currently best on the market for this price unless somebody can prove me wrong ?. 15% OFF code runs till April 9th + … Read more

large bike , then you throw in 29 in wheels , good that it got options 27' wheel . easier to thrown the bike around and with hydraulics stopper (y)


Bought the Calibre with 29" - one happy biker. (y)


only the small on the GT is 27.5


Bike build included in a price. If you go for calibre rake there is tcb/cashback on top which takes down price to by another £19 (tcb) and £15 quidco for new customers


Thanks for the update. Do Go Outdoor build the bike as part of the price or do they charge extra? I'm thinking about the rake. (y)

33% off Cube Attention SL Hardtail Mountain Bike - 2018 £575 @ Tweeks Cycles
Posted 4th AprPosted 4th Apr
Had been looking for a hard tail but wanted something with air forks over coil forks. Thought this was a great deal. A fair few frame choices left in both 27.5 and 29 wheels. The … Read more

any ideas for a lightweight framed mountain/ cross country bike around the £400 mark? thanks


Value wise they are similar when voodoo is on offer. Main difference is 2x10 vs 1x11 drivetrain. And wheel size on Cube if you're going for a smaller size. I would say as a do it all recreational bridleway going bike Cube has a slight edge. Neither is going to excel as a proper trail bike. Geometry figures not up to modern standards.


Great price! How does the Voodoo Bizango compare to this? Everything I've seen seems to suggest the Bizango is the best Hard tail for under £750 and it's been on sale for around £550 at Halfords (Sale ended yesterday but Halfords have "sales" every other month).


Decent amount of bike for entry level hardtail The Scott Scale isn't too bad and close to the same price range at £650 too I'd take this over the Scott Aspect though at £500 - this Cube is much better value


Oh yeah, horrible Pogo sticks they are! XD

15% off Calibre Bossnut Evo Mountain Bike £849 @ Go Outdoors
Posted 3rd AprPosted 3rd Apr
Go Outdoors own brand MTB full suss down from £999 to £849 until 23rd April. Cracking value for money. Free home delivery. Spec: Wheel Size: 27.5" Frame: 6061 aircraft grade hydr… Read more
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It's already at the discount price of £849. It's a time limited deal, no code required. Finishes tomorrow.


Not working anymore, anyone know of a new code?


These really are a bargain


A bit too much for moi - need an entry level hardtail...thoughts on voodoo hoodoo v vitrus nucleus vr29 please?


The triple b has a dropper post and slightly longer travel suspension fork. I added a brand-x ascend 150mm dropper post to my bossnut evo. Was £90 with £10 off offer a while back. And upgraded pedals for ones with more grip, and handlebar grips for more cushioned ones.

Scott Aspect 750 Hardtail Mountain Bike RRP £540 now £359 at Start Fitness.
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I posted a cheaper 'Mountain Bike' at Go Outdoors and it's getting a lot of heat but a few people clearly want something a bit more serious. Well, for £100 more how about this? S… Read more

Giant Fastroad Comax. It has disc brakes so will take fairly wide tyres.


Just bough a 2019 Giant ATX1 from tredz for £399, top top bikeage!


I think size S for you but I would double check ina store. Best to try out unless you get it online - also look at the bottom of the page, I’m 180 cm and bought M, fits perfectly


I been looking at this bike in particular, I'm 5'6 what size frame would you recommend?


wheel size I believe

Calibre Saw high spec (for price) mountain bike half price at Go Outdoors: now £249.00 (was £329, RRP £500).
Posted 30th MarPosted 30th Mar
This got very hot when I posed it last June and now it's back on again at the low price of £249. Go Outdoors has a pretty good reputation for their bikes and this one is excellent… Read more

Just bought this and to be fair, it’s a lot of bike for the money!

Thank you for your comment. Went and bought one from halfords instead of this, it was brought down to 300£ from 320£ and had 20% off for my old bike which i stripped pretty much everything off, had a frame two wheels and a seat so the price came down to 240£


I can't' disagree about your points about the bike itself but why buy this when real mountain bikes are available for the same money. Your logic would kick in if the bike was £150 or maybe £180 undercutting real mountain bike prices.


I thought you could simply replace a nutted axle with a quick release axle although now you have made me unsure but you wouldn't want to here anyway. A quick release axle is a hollow tube and the bending forces on this bike will mean that tube could snap quite easily. I think you could easily replace the rear wheel here with a freehub based wheel with a quick axle but I wouldn't replace it with a quick release on the existing wheel. Go Outdoors have fitted the solid axle here out of necessity really in order to improve the strength of the bike they probably know it looks rubbish on a bike like this but just want to reduce returns. When a quick release axle snaps it would even more likely destroy the rotor and caliper as the wheel rim will likely completely move over and be forced onto one side of the chainstays because the hollow axle snaps as below. The only good thing about a quick release axle because its hardened brittle metal is it either works or it snaps where as a solid axle can bend slightly and cause issues but at least with solid axles you can often ride them home although you might have to remove the caliper or rotor.


Bought this last year, seems good to me for the money. Guy in Halfords recommended it over the Carrera.. If you do get it you'll want to buy a new saddle though it's like a brick.

Kona Hei Hei Race 2017 Mountain Bike + Free 6 Week Service was £2399 now £1199 (£1099 with old bike trade in) C+C @ Evans (+ £4.99 Delivery)
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Cracking price for this extremely high rated Kona Hei Hei Race 2017 Mountain Bike reduced down to £1199 anyway but they are also offering an extra £100 off if you trade in any old … Read more

Thanks @wishihadadonkey , blasted round some trails at glentress at the weekend, imho a great bike for the price plus with the ride2work and trade in its a fantastic deal. also very happy with evans @ braehead - when collecting the staff went a long way to explain setup and shock pressure etc , test ride and then setup for me, will be mostly xc for me but good to know even without a large travel on the shocks you can have a lot of fun at a trail centre :)


Noooo OOS flip sakes


In layman’s terms how does this work? It says I have to hire a bike through the scheme?.. Little confused even after reading through the green commute page


Got mine a couple of days ago. This is an unbeatable price for this spec - Shimano XT rear mech, SLX shifters, modern 1x11 groupset, and 2017 is the new style Kona full sus frame, it's the same on the new ones. Solid frame and 29" wheels, this is really bang up to date you just aren't paying the price. You'd have to pay £2500+ to get anywhere near this. I am 5'9" by the way and medium is perfect. I got some Nukeproof flat pedals, but any flat pedal will be fine. Already smashed up my shins trying to do wheelies, so apparently it also makes you think you are a teenager again. Do it!


Looking at this as well. Is this ok for xc trails etc... there is a normal hei hei but it looks the same as the race. Will be using the bike scheme too. What pedals would be best to get?

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