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    Senior Member Dirty Karlos's Avatar
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    Which 500 MTB?

    Mate wants bike, that is all...

    Thanks.

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    Senior Member Stan's Avatar
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    He can buy my Genesis for that, as long as he promises to give it back temporarily if the C2W police ask to see it.

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    Or my On-One

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    http://www.paulscycles.co.uk/product...id=m1b1s2p2232

    Ebay the forks and stick on some basic bombers - job done.

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    http://www.paulscycles.co.uk/product...id=m1b1s2p2232

    Ebay the forks and stick on some basic bombers - job done.

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    Aside from Tims offering, if anyone else has any other suggestions or if your mate finds a bargain, Karlos, let me know. I have a friend that's decided cycling is the way forward to loosing weight and staying healthy, despite my appearance and health suggesting otherwise...

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    Senior Member Lord Greenville's Avatar
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    ...and MGO is looking for a cheap but robust hardtail frame (18"). Apparently he's had enough of the pure jump-framed Atom Lab and wants sommat more "trail".

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    Decathlon, the level of equipment for the price is good. It's a basic aluminum frame for sure but what isn't at that price point


    http://www.decathlon.co.uk/81-2011-id_8168695.html

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