- What full suss for £2500 – £3000
Basically due to a clinical Negligence claim that has been won I’m awaiting the money to go in my account I’m looking to use some to fund a new bike.
What’s the best bike I can buy for the above amount, mainly trail centre and local riding but looking to expand my riding and maybe do some harder stuff.
Any ideas the lower budget would be better.Posted 4 years ago
I have heard good things about the Whyte. The Nicolai looks ace bit I suspect it maybe gone by time the money enters my account.
Should I go with the new wheel fads of 650b or 29er. It’s main playground will be local moors but I would like to do somewhere in Europe this year or next. Looking for something that will be a do it all (well most) trail bike.Posted 4 years agoswankyMember
Sorry to hear you had the trauma of a clinical negligence case to go through.
My advice would be to spend a little less on the bike and use the proceeds to take it on holiday somewhere. That way you can have the bike and the memories to replace those you have from the incident itself.Posted 4 years agoGEDAMember
Seconded for spending less on the bike. I built up an ace Nukeproof mega for about 1500 and once it is dirty and covered in mud and you have crushed a few bits on rocks it does not matter how much you have spent. The biggest part of spending more is probably more intensive retailer therapy.Posted 4 years ago
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