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road bike advice

25 Sep 2016 17:05

New member looking for advice. Anyone ride or got advice on B Twin Ultra 700 AF road bike. Gets good reviews and I don't want to spend more than £750. Any alternatives to consider?
PedroMendes
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Re: road bike advice

26 Sep 2016 02:45

PedroMendes wrote:New member looking for advice. Anyone ride or got advice on B Twin Ultra 700 AF road bike. Gets good reviews and I don't want to spend more than £750. Any alternatives to consider?

Try and get a good deal on one of these, or hold out and save just a little longer:

http://www.cannondale.com/en/Great%20Britain/Bike/ProductDetail?Id=aed06369-2fb8-4d81-ad99-29f831e2f917&parentid=e4b1352f-3997-42c8-9fea-b41d179ab9a8

Trust me, you won't regret it.
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Re: road bike advice

26 Sep 2016 06:57

42x16ss wrote:
PedroMendes wrote:New member looking for advice. Anyone ride or got advice on B Twin Ultra 700 AF road bike. Gets good reviews and I don't want to spend more than £750. Any alternatives to consider?

Try and get a good deal on one of these, or hold out and save just a little longer:

http://www.cannondale.com/en/Great%20Britain/Bike/ProductDetail?Id=aed06369-2fb8-4d81-ad99-29f831e2f917&parentid=e4b1352f-3997-42c8-9fea-b41d179ab9a8

Trust me, you won't regret it.


Available from Evans for £549.99.
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Re: road bike advice

26 Sep 2016 14:05

PedroMendes wrote:New member looking for advice. Anyone ride or got advice on B Twin Ultra 700 AF road bike. Gets good reviews and I don't want to spend more than £750. Any alternatives to consider?


Only 2 things to consider with a new bike, fit and fit(yes there are more) but fit is key. You could go to a decent local bike shop armed with sizing info to see if it fits. Tough to compete with MO, but gain, a good bike shop shouldn't wince about that. They should do their best to help you, to gain a customer. It's not only about selling a new bike.
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