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  • RedkyteRedkyte Posts: 16
    Sports Direct is my go too!
  • JodyPJodyP Posts: 193
    Redkyte wrote:
    Sports Direct is my go too!

    Sports direct sell some really poor quality stuff.
  • RedkyteRedkyte Posts: 16
    JodyP wrote:
    Redkyte wrote:
    Sports Direct is my go too!

    Sports direct sell some really poor quality stuff.
    Well I should have said its a good entry level... Helped me complete my Devon coast to coast with saddle padded leggings; I'm sure I would have been worse off for not get those!
  • oxomanoxoman Posts: 8,868
    Don't do muddyfox stuff from sports direct as its very very poor quality like it's owners football team. Some Aldi and Lidl stuff is ok but have a look at Decathlons stuff, it is marketed in several levels the dearer stuff being the better quality but still worth buying. DHB stuff is ok as is Funkier.
    Too many bikes according to Mrs O.
  • daniel_bdaniel_b Posts: 8,787
    DHB stuff is also excellent value, and I see TENN kit seems very cheap, and seems to gain reasonable reviews.
    Felt F70 05 (Turbo)
    Marin Palisades Trail 91 and 06
    Scott CR1 SL 12
    Cannondale Synapse Adventure 15 & 16 Di2
    Scott Foil 18
  • iwilldoitiwilldoit Posts: 710
    Aldi already been mentioned, I've tried some Lidl stuff and for the money I was quite impressed.
  • Ross GardnerRoss Gardner Posts: 230
    I've seen Wilko do a range.
  • FishFishFishFish Posts: 2,152
    Aldi is fine and if you get there then Old Navy in the states offers good stuff too.
    ...take your pickelf on your holibobs.... :D

    jeez :roll:
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