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  • Have a look at Decathlon’s offering – they’ve started doing cycle to work now.

    One of these or the next one up are cracking value

    Next one up

    Premier Icon somouk
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    If all else fails the Boardmans are excellent.

    ktmblag
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    a work colleague is doing the cycle to work scheme and is wanting a full suspension bike with a budget of a thousand pound. he is looking at the Boardman team fs. was wondering if anyone recommended anything else. he knows 1000 won’t buy a dream bike.thanks muchly

    mtbtomo
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    Full suss Giants, Cannondales and Mongooses are sub £1000 at Pauls Cycles

    Hard to go wrong with any of those.

    Premier Icon Kona TC
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    somouk – Member

    If all else fails the Boardmans are excellent.

    +1 dont forget to ask for extra’s I got a gold standard lock and some tyres thrown in for my £999

    Premier Icon DaveRambo
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    Persuade him that he needs a HT and he will get a better bike that will need less maintenance.

    If it’s CTW then he’s unlikely to be able to buy from Pauls (which do great deals) If he has to have a FS then I’d get the Boardman – very hard to beat in terms of value for a current year model.

    rene59
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    Have a look at Decathlon’s offering – they’ve started doing cycle to work now.

    I had one of the 9.1 bikes, great value at £800 even better at £700 I believe if you can get to a store still selling old 2012 stock. Was a nice enough bike, rode well and rear suspension felt more expensive than it was.

    mtbtomo
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    You can use Cyclescheme at Paul’s. Can’t remember if they add 10% to the sale price though. A mate of mine used Cyclescheme to get a Giant XTC from there a few years ago.

    wtf that scott is soooooooo wrong

    Premier Icon johnnystorm
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    Halfords also give you a voucher for 10% value for accessories.

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