- Levo from Evans Cycles
Been looking to buy Levo without a long lead in time, and I see Evans cycles are claiming 5 May for some models.
Anyone have any experience of just how realistic this is likely to be.
I’ve encountered both good and attrocious service from this lot – and the £350 discount of basically any bike isn’t to be sniffed at!Posted 3 months agoescrsMember
Dont bother with Evan’s
Check out Berkshire cycles in Crowthorne in Berkshire, they have Levo’s in stock and Chris and can get them when everyone else cant
They have just opened the first electric only Specialized store in the world a couple of doors down from their main shop
They will be cheaper than Evans, better service, better for warranty issues, most fixed the same day whilst you wait
They are the best Specialized dealer in the UK, people travel 500 mile round trips to use them
Join the Facebook Levo and Kenevo page and just ask anyone about them you wont be disappointedPosted 3 months agoescrsMember
If your in the south then go to Berkshire cycles, they will be cheaper than Evans
They are not allowed to advertise their prices online as they are so cheap, they make their money on servicing and repeat customers rather than on bike sales
Got 1k off the retail price of my Kenevo and my friend got 1k off his 2019 Levo
My first Levo come from Evans which was a big mistake, they were a nightmare to deal with for warranty issues, that’s when i found out about Berkshire cycles, wont use anywhere else nowPosted 3 months agochiefgrooveguruMember
I don’t know what your priorities are but I went with the base Levo and got my LBS to upgrade the forks to Lyrik RC2, the brakes to Hope V4s and fitted a BikeYoke Revive 185 dropper – for the same price as the next model up and half the price of the top model!Posted 3 months ago
You must be logged in to reply to this topic.