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  • Budget 29er?
  • Premier Icon Handsomedog
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    As above really, looking for ideas. By budget I mean sub £1k and it would need to be new.

    Thinking about replacing an increasingly tired Pastey Howler with something slightly more up to date, capable of long days in the hills as well as occasional trail centre blasts.

    Premier Icon jeffl
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    Voodoo bizango?

    Premier Icon weeksy
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    Charge Cooker.

    Premier Icon monkeysfeet
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    Rose and Canyon do some great value 29ers.

    Premier Icon warns74
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    Bikescene have got £200 off the Whyte 629 at the moment.

    Premier Icon z1ppy
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    2017 Whyte 629 will be better, but that ^^ is not a bad shout

    Premier Icon tomcat31
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    This week I just picked up the Cube Ltd Race for £999 which I feel is decently spec’d for the price but still leaves room for upgrades. I’ve only taken it for a quick spin down some local bridleways as the wife went into labour not long after collecting it but loving it so far. Can’t wait to use it on longer rides and round some trail centres though.

    Premier Icon Leku
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    British Cycling for 10% off. Cash back for another 3% off.

    Premier Icon Leku
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    On-One Parkwood 29 SRAM GX1 Mountain Bike

    Premier Icon Handsomedog
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    Ooooh too much choice! Cheers for all the suggestions so far.

    Has anyone rider the Charger Cooker with the 27+ tyres? I’m sorely tempted and then a potential suspension upgrade in the future.

    Equally I like the look of the Cube and the Boardman…

    Premier Icon bigjim
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    I rate my parkwood frame very highly for the money, no idea about their builds, I think their own brand wheels have their own gravitational pull though.

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