- New bike time, But what? £500 Budget
If you do go for a road bike rather than a CX bike, these two are good value for money. There is a fair bit of competition at that price point though so its actually pretty hard to buy a bad bike for £500.Posted 4 years agocouldashouldawouldaMember
Well, here’s a left field / out of the box suggestion.
C2W is less attractive than it was. Say your £500 voucher actually costs you £450 over 3 years (incl final payment). Also – importantly – note that you are tied to RRPs and approved suppliers.
I’d guess that you may be able to get a better bike for £450 discounted / from wherever you fancy and most especially second hand. Someone will be alone in a sec to flame my maths, but I’m sure the last time I looked – its in that ballpark.Posted 4 years agoRscottMember
So after my adventure last week I was convinced that my 16 inch MTB finally wasn’t a do it all bike, and with my ever increasing distance and commute,I would like a road /cx bike preferably the cx though(i know not much differance but i’msure someone willtellmethe opposite.)
I ride a 54cm Road frame, but want the bike to be capable of doing light off road work quickly.
My budget is £500 price tag as i’d be getting it through http://www.bike2workscheme.co.uk/index.php/partner and done really want to spend more than that on my second bike.
what should i look out for as this will be my first en devour away from the MTB is it possible to get something relatively good for this price.Posted 4 years ago
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