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Mavic Crossride Quest MTB Tyre 2017 29" - £8.94 @ Chain Reaction Cycles (+£2.99 P&P)
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Mavic Crossride Quest MTB Tyre 2017 29" is £8.94. Same tyre at Evans Cycles is £29.70 so may be useful to someone!

I had some schwalbe marathon's and while the tyre tread area was thick the sidewalls were quite thin and I had problems with the tyres as the sidewalls perished before the main tread that you would expect. Some of the generic cheap tyres have quite thick sidewalls. I'm thinking perhaps the thin sidewalls aid tyre rim compatibility. The chart I linked to is a definitely a general good guide to compatibility and safe use.


I've been looking to answer the same question FunkiestMonkey and so long as you have clearance at the forks, no mudguards to get in the way you can use a tyre as wide as you like, e.g. this thread where someone uses 2.25" tyres on a 14mm inner diameter rim The greater the mismatch between rims and wheel the greater the chance of you attempting a turn and having your tyre make it while you continue onward without a front tyre. This also says nothing of rim and bike strength, as bonzobanana says if you want to land a 2 metre drop on a road bike with no suspension but a fat tyre you probably won't have a bike afterwards.


Those are road tyres specifically designed for wetter roads, not off road tyres.


29" and 700c (622) are both the same size (also called 28" in Germany etc) wheel but the size of your rims dictates what size tyres you can fit on plus the clearance of your bike itself both front and back. Hybrids tend to have good tyre clearance where as road bikes are less generous. Scroll to the bottom of this page to see a chart for tyre size vs rim size and compatibility. You'll need to convert the top horizontal line of sizes to imperial possibly. 50mm being about 2" for example. The chart is slightly cautious if you are one size above or below you might get away with it. As for the compatibility of your bike for going off road it depends on its it design and how strong it is. For light trails no problem but if you are going to be really giving the bike some abuse fully off road over uneven ground you need to think about its specification. Some hybrids are purely road bikes with a more upright riding style using flat handlebars with fairly weak wheels and designed to be light and fast commuters. Those type of bikes would not be ideal off road for sure. The Carrera Subway is the complete opposite with regard hybrids, apart from lacking suspension its a full on mountain bike and pretty capable off road.


It's okay...I may found it easier than I previously found it....

Vitus Sommet VRS 27.5" Suspension Frame 2018 (includes piggyback shock worth £475) down to £629.99 on CRC chain reaction (+10% BC discount
Found 22nd JunFound 22nd Jun
Vitus Sommet VRS 27.5" Suspension FrameThe Sommet VRS is a go anywhere, do it all frame. Designed for Enduro racing, making it fully capable of All Mountain adventures and Downhil… Read more
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You expect me to read through your entire post history to see if you are being sarcastic or not? :/


(party) I wish my frame had been £630.. that’s cheap as chips compared to my cc frame


The irony is I fully know what this is.. just a bit of sibling banter between me and the poster.. I think you need to read my comments on £90 bikes which I only like as it puts people off cycling that blocks up the roads


Let me guess, a bike for you is just a lump of metal to stick in the shed to get rusty. You might use it once a decade at most. That's if you can pull yourself away from your £600+ mobile phone or £1000 TV, Oh the irony.


Why have a Mercedes when you can have a Lada for less why bother with a Sony TV when you buy a Polaroid TV for a lot less no need to buy Gucci when you can get tesco' s own for a lot less its clear you know nothing about bikes so don't bother with stupid pointless comments like this.

Few bikes available at a discount today at Argos. Pick up only - Challenge Spectre Front Suspension 26 Inch - Mens £99.99
Found 22nd JunFound 22nd Jun
£99.99 - Challenge Spirit Front Suspension Mountain Bike - Womens £99.99 - Challenge Spectre Front Suspension 26 Inch - Mens http://www.a… Read more
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Never seen an honest 2nd hand bike advert."I paid <rrp + 10%> and have done one charity run"


Wow this bike looks terrible, awful front suspension yet they bothered to put a threadless headset on it. Argos do a few other options close to this price point with rigid forks and they would be better options.


Almost, there was quite a few things that needed to be installed etc!


Big car, with big bootage space/foldable seats etc!


Joking aside. That probably would of been an easy way to get it to car! Argos are lying shower of barstewards. Original reply from CEO office said "that's not the type of customer service we expect from our store staff, we will investigate" two weeks later I asked for update. Argos CEO office replied " I have spoke with store manager, unfortunately they donot allow staff to help customers with heavy purchases to thier car's" the bike box clearly stated in big enormous print, "two person lift" box had two carry ports either end of box, which I pointed out to staff, but no one coughed!!!! Luckily I had a folding sack trolley, but even during the 5 minutes or so it took me to struggle to get his onto trolley. Not one staff member offered to help! It was 7pm no other customers in-store! (annoyed)

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ADIDAS TERREX TRAIL CROSS SL MTB SHOES (UK7-12)  only £55.97 (Mountain bike shoe Stealth Rubber fiveten 510)
Found 22nd JunFound 22nd Jun
mountain bikes trainers nearly half price, stealth rubber sole as per 510s and far more robust, and weigh far less than the bulky 510 boots SHOES FOR AGGRESSIVE MOUNTAIN BIKING.Co… Read more



these are a great price too, although hitting a tree root a few weeks ago, they dont have the protection for riding fast offroad


Great spot OP!, I have these in black and they are much better than my old five tens, the grip is superb with DMR Vault flat pedals They are true to size, highly recommend them especially at this price (highfive)

Ridge Men's Mountain Bike £90 Built + Bronze Check after 6 weeks @ Halfords C&C orders only
Found 21st JunFound 21st Jun
Cheap bike, but good for the price range. It also states that there's free local store build and a free Bronze Check after 6 weeks . It's been up and down in price, but I think it'… Read more
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Don’t fret, he’s just yanking your chain.


Many adults are like that today which is why cheap full suspension bikes are common. They ride poorly since they're heavy with low end suspension, they probably break pretty often too but they look cool so people keep buying them. If you change products to cars on the other hand, the most common cars are things like a ford focus which are bog standard functional workhorses. There are bikes like that, they have rear racks, hub gears and relaxed geometry. What does this tell us? People don't take bikes seriously, they're a fashion statement or for recreation rather than for getting you to work each day and hauling a couple of shopping bags on the way home. You can change that by treating them seriously yourself.


Some men choose girls in much the same way.


Im not being funny but when i jumped on a bike as a kid (be it mine or a friends) to big or to small, i never even thought about the weight of it or anything else, never got put off just went on its looks!


The HUKD summer outing this year will involve a large crowd watching a fat bloke trying to get one of these up a mountain.

Bergamont Revox 2.0 2017 Mountain Bikes 29er £279 @ Evans cycles
LocalLocalFound 14th JunFound 14th Jun
I have never heard about this brand, does anyone know it? It is on sale, original price was £379 now £ 279. I'm looking for a budget 29 mountain bike. It may be a good deal as I … Read more
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Yes, I still would. It does depend on your location but I trust my local Evans or their mail order mechanics to do a decent set up job over my local Halfords.


Wow you'd take this over a Carrera? This bike looks complete junk compared to a similar priced Carrera model. They have wisely put a 7 speed cassette on the bike but most of the drivetrain you see on sub £100 bikes, tourney derailleurs etc. Evan's can rarely match Halfords pricing for decent spec bikes in my experience. You look at their offer bikes and often in the detail you can see very poor components used and that is the case here.


I was going to post a link to a deal for a Giant Hybrid from Pauls Cycles reduced from £449 to £329, but it appears they are banned on HUKD??! They are my LBS, and would say I've never had a problem with them.


For 15 mins journey get Giant escape hybrid


Price looks ok for the spec but if I was buying a bike just to commute to work, it wouldn't be a mountain bike.

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Rock shox Reba RL 120mm 27.5 15x100 Non Boost Suspension Fork down to £199.99 @ CRC chain reaction (£180 British cycling discounted
Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Bargain , one week only Don’t forget Quidco Save a further £19.99 if you use a british cycling discount code (costs £35 a year including third party liability cover)
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just got them, they are going back, silver stancions, not black as per pictures and description (mad)


Yep bought one to replace my current Reba which have silver stanchions and QR, last used pair sold for £135 on eBay, I have the hope adapters so a stiffer front end, better looking stancions for a possible £59 upgrade, I just need a new hacksaw blade, win win


Great all-round fork. Absolute bargain in my opinion.


You still bought one (highfive)


Big discount, heat from me.

Vitus Nucleus V 27.5" hardtail mountain bike at CRC for £319.99
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Normal price is £400, these are only sold by CRC & Wiggle (same company now). This is the 2018 model in 'V' (lowest, aka v-brake) spec. Spec: 6061 aluminium frame, tapered h… Read more

Yeah no tourney as far as I can tell either. I guess if the cassette had been 8 speed that would be part of the tourney groupset but its not its 9 speed maybe that is the confusion. My point about the suspension is unless you check you could assume it was disc compatible as they have obviously intended to give that option as both the frame and wheels are so seems like an oversight not to also have disc compatible front shocks. Still a nice bike though but a hydraulic disc brake set and new front shocks is a big lump of money on top. Personally I think its better value to get a bike with the parts you want from new rather than upgrade later it often works out cheaper.


Full spec is here Doesn't seem to be any Tourney on it. Not sure about the FD, it says Shimano, but the model number is Microshift. Doesn't really matter. V-brakes are fine, I'd upgrade the front suspension before the brakes anyway, so I don't see a problem there.


Doesn't look like the front suspension is disc up-gradable but the frame and wheels are. So to upgrade to a reasonable spec mountain bike will need new front suspension which will be very expensive. On the page it says tourney at the top but what component is tourney fitted to it? Bottom bracket? If the forks were disc upgradable this would be better value, as it is I think its ok value.


dont forget the extra £10 for the clearout code

Cube Attention MTB Hardtail Grey 2018 Model £599.20 Delivered W/Code @ Bikester (In black or white)
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Looks to be a really decent price for the 2018 model. I've seen the 2017 at this price recently, but not this one. The code gives 20% off all Cube bikes over £699, so you might f… Read more

I've seen some good deals on tyres recently from bikester but can't see this as much of a bargain looking at the components fitted. Looks like a fairly generic Chinese frame with mid level components. The front suspension looks pretty low end coil design. I think the same money could get you an air shock elsewhere. Not a bad price but not really a huge bargain. I guess one for those happy to pay extra to have a German brand on their Chinese bike. I've only had a fleeting look elsewhere but even after a quick look this bike appears much better. Not even discounted currently so with Halfords roller coaster pricing just have to wait a week or so. Looks like the Cube has limited frame sizes available too.


also works on already discounted bike, might be a bargain out there.

Muddyfox Recoil24 Boys Mountain Bike (-50%) - £104.99 (plus £4.99 P&P) @ Sports Direct
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
A well descounted bike for boys, they (Direct Sports) have also a slightly cheaper version for girls. 24" wheel size.

There is a reasonable similar bike on sports direct. It's £95 so a bit cheaper. Compared to the btwin model. Similar bikes both with advantages and disadvantages over the other. The btwin bike is 14.75kg has limited gearing and is meant for a young rider that will be much weaker than an adult so it will be a difficult bike to get up hills almost 15kg with limited gearing but definitely good exercise. It has a low end sunrace derailleur not Shimano and seems to have quite cheap components. It certainly doesn't look a quality level above the Sports direct model they look pretty similar overall. However it has a threadless headset and the simple drivetrain without front derailleur will make the drivetrain easier to adjust and likely more reliable at shifting. The muddyfox bike has 18 gears so will be faster on the flats and easier going up hill, The bike appears a bit lighter too. However it has a threaded headset which is not ideal for an off road bike but seems ok for a child's bike in fairness especially as that allows for easy height adjustment of the handlebars not possible with threadless and why a quill stem seems more sensible for a child's bike as they grow quickly it enables the bike to be used for longer. The btwin bike has a derailleur guard which is good although not expensive to add to the muddyfox. The pedals on the btwin bike look pretty nasty. The low end btwin bikes are not a quality level above other bikes they can often be worse in many regards. Their use of more generic components including cheaper non-Shimano derailleurs etc is not great. The important thing about both these bikes is they don't feature low end poor quality suspension making them far superior to the bike of this thread. Also to Decathlon's credit they do not seem to offer a low end dual suspension monstrosity at all for kids. One last point is the total load for the btwin bike is 70kg including the weight of the bike so you are down to 55kg minus accessories, anything you are carrying etc. It's lower than some competing brands and an overweight child could be over that limit. A quick check online shows average weight just below that at 12-14 years old. Btwin is not a brand that has generous rider weight limits and they have some history of frame failures.


if you want a bike as a form of transport, this isn't it. You'll expend a lot of energy with the cr@ppy rear suspension and the weight. Also, because of the rubbish suspension, your gearing will be needing constantly re-adjusted and I'd wager the brakes would be the same. It might look the part but trust me, it's not worth the cash and a lot of these will end up rusting in sheds/gardens and ultimately landfill. Muddy Fox was a cool brand in the early 90's but not any more since Mike Ashley bought the brand.


I have the recoil 26. Got boxed new from facebook for £50. Swapped out the tires and inner tubespedals, seat and seat post, brake pads. Added a post rack and new grips . Been nothing but trouble. I have needed to checking every nut and bolt, Allen key and grease all the bearings. Who ever puts these together preboxing needs to rethink their job. Crank section is weak. Its just an a2b bike for work. At least fully working after all my efforts


Pile o keich


The sale price is a joke ... It's only ever been around £80. It's a really poor entry level bike.. if all you have is about £100 then your better of buying a second hand bike as you will get more for your money .

Calibre Saw high spec (for price) mountain bike half price at Go Outdoors: now £249.00 (was £329, RRP £500).
Found 4th JunFound 4th Jun
Go Outdoors has a pretty good reputation for their bikes and this one looks to be excellent value at this price: the £500 RRP is probably inflated but this appears to be a genuine … Read more

I didn't even see that previously for some reason I just assumed based on missing wheels. Both of us forgot to mention the rim tape. Strange that the bike literary is just missing the wheels with the brake system split with just the rotors missing because they are fitted to the wheels. Makes you wonder about the story about how the wheels went missing. Good price anyway.


It does give a list of things needed: Complete 650b front and rear wheel with tyres and inner tubes Disc brake rotors (160mm recommended) Compatible 9 speed Cassette


Good deal but a wheelset, tyres, tubes, rotors and a cassette is a reasonable sum of money to make a complete bike and that assumes there is nothing else missing from the bike as the advert is a bit unclear.


cashback with quidco too

winchman I would say this is a better deal, just need to buy your own wheels. Parts on their own without the frame and forks are worth £150.

Terrain Dual Suspension 24 inch Wheel White Unisex Mountain Bike
Found 4th JunFound 4th Jun
Good price for an adult suspension bike.

That will be made off toffee. It will melt in the warm weather we are having currently.


I'd rather have the Ridge. Full suspension is a really bad idea unless you're planning to race down mountainsides. Doing that on a £100 bike is a REALLY BAD idea.


I think the Ridge bike has 6 or 7 gears and I think the reason they have done that is because such low end drivetrains work more consistently without a front derailleur. The Ridge also lacks the suspension that fails so quickly on bikes like this one. For me the Ridge bike is much better than this bike. Lighter, faster, safer, more reliable and still probably usable in 5 years or so.


You do that too? Thought it was just me. Loves a bargain I do


Not what I had in mind, it’s like going to a pub and asking for a pint out of the slop tray because it’s cheap.. its sometimes wise to spend a little more and get some quality

fox 34 / fox 32s 120mm / 140mm MTB Suspension Fork (27.5 / 29) down to £249.99 @ CRC
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
bargain price for these forks, please note they are non boost ie regular 15x100mm thru axle, best price ive seen before is around £445 on bike compnents germany, still retailing hi… Read more
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Good value for an aftermarket fork. Shame I don't need one at the moment.


Decent forks and decent price.


Great price (y) 🏻


Great deal here - wish I rode enough to justify upgrading my Marvel Pro! Heat :)

** edit ** Now £800 Trek Fat 17.5 mountain bike £850   in the Trek store at Fox Valley Stocksbridge
LocalLocalFound 29th MayFound 29th May
This bike is for sale in the Trek store at Fox Valley Stocksbridge. Seems to be a big discount. Sorry I don't know the exact model. Now just been past. £800

Still there!


And now you are responsible for my heart attack


Price now reduced to £800


The tyres and suspension do different things, the huge tyres are great for riding on natural trails that can be quite uneven as they soak it all up without the same loss in power you have when the suspension is unlocked. The suspension on the other hand works better at speed particularly on technical sections as it can smoothly absorb impacts as the bike returns to the ground which fat tyres don't do at all, it's much harder work with the rigid on technical terrain and you've got to be a lot more careful with your weight. I did ride a rigid fat bike through the year including a ten hour endurance race but in the dry there's not much benefit from the monster grip of the tyres and the lack of suspension makes it hard work on the shoulders and hips. John


Love that (lol)

Cross DXT300 Dual Suspension Mountain Bike @ Argos for £94.99
Found 27th MayFound 27th May
Seems decent for a cheap bike, seems to have front disk brakes and alloy frame. Unless I'm mistaken. Don't know about the brand though. Alloy frame. 21 gears. Revoshift shifters. … Read more

Thank you so much


Have a read on this site, when they grow up you can resell these bikes on for near enough what you paid originally. Looking at around a10kg bike for that age


Good for buying for a child that you don't want to get any further than about 20 metres from the house although saying that the front suspension looks pretty weak and dangerous. Cheap bikes are fine although can be high maintenance if they don't have suspension anywhere. I don't get how they can do these bikes so cheaply. It's the same price as a rigid basic steel mountain bike yet features so many additional parts and an aluminium main frame. Cheaper just to pull something similar out the metal scrap container at your local recycling centre.


Correct! (angel)


You can lead a horse (aka troll) to water.....

Calibre Bossnut Evo - £849.15 (with code) @ Go Outdoors
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
15% off May Bank Holiday discount until 29th May, usually £999. Best budget full suspension MTB. Also 7% cashback with Quidco if home delivered.

Maybe they've sold out over the weekend, it wouldn't surprise me at this price.




Bloody tempting. Will not buy, arghhhh


and for 152cm would a medium be sufficient or too big? Had a look to add one of these to the basket and there does not appear to be any stock near me (only one store showing 300 miles away and none for home delivery)


Just had an email from Go Outdoors telling me: "We have been informed that you may have received your June mailer later than planned, as this should have arrived with you last Wednesday. We are really sorry if this means you have not been able to take advantage of the 15% saving, which is valid until today. We apologise for any inconvenience caused and to say sorry, we have extended our 15% off promotion for you until Tuesday 5th June. We hope you can take advantage of this and come to visit us soon." Offer valid from 30th May – 5th June Excludes Sale, All Promotions, & Gas. Terms & Conditions Apply*

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