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Bargain Trek MTB's
#11
Yeah Si's Whyte is a lovely looking bike, and good geometry too i think. What they are like to ride is more important though so don't get too hung up on the looks, although i can relate to that Wink
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#12
Treehugger Wrote:. What they are like to ride is more important though so don't get too hung up on the looks

You devil
Keep it foolish...
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#13
Sadly I still think some of those Trek bargains are still over priced. Selling off all our ex demo Transitions they would go for over 50% off RRP particularly if 2013!!
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#14
MobileBikeClinic Wrote:Sadly I still think some of those Trek bargains are still over priced. Selling off all our ex demo Transitions they would go for over 50% off RRP particularly if 2013!!
In that case, Covert FTW Wink
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#15
jonboy1066 Wrote:Yeah, very true.

Just been to the Trek dealer (Handsome Bicycles) ... *blah blah blah*... They also have a dealer specific site called scratch & dent which is also well worth enquiring about as they knock hundreds of pounds off for the most trivial of scratches.


*UPDATE*

Next month is that long awaited for time when my current C2W scheme finishes, I can start a new one & I can renew the hardtail which is now becoming more like Triggers Broom every day.

So a couple-a-days ago I popped into the shop and enquired about my options ...

They checked the Scratch & Dent site and found 8 2015 Trek Fuel EX7 29's with 18½" Frames in Grade B condition knocked down from £1900 to £1500!!!

So with me adding £500 in cash they are happy for me to cover the outstanding £1k on C2W Scheme.

Deal done and the bike was ordered, delivered yesterday and built for me yesterday afternoon, they sent me a Facebook msg with a picture of it being built and called me when it was done.

So, I've been down, checked it out, paid a deposit to secure it and am now counting down the days 'til I can start my next C2W scheme and take it home. I've had a really thorough look and so have 3 members of staff in the shop and we can't find a single scratch or dent anywhere on it...

So essentially I have a brand new, 100% perfect condition £1900 MTB for £1500!!!!

So I'd strongly recommend, if you're buying a Trek bike, go to a dealer and ask them to check Scratch & Dent before you buy new ... it could save you hundreds£££'s

resim

resim

This is gonna be a hell of a loooooooooong month! So while it's in the shop I'm gonna get it converted to run tubeless, and get protective tape applied to all the vulnerable bits ... maybe even keep an eye open for a Dropper for it.
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#16
Very nice mate!
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#17
Thanks mate, looking forward to putting some miles on it.

In the meantime Triggers Broom's gonna go out in style during April.
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