If it looks to good to be true, then........

drunkenjoiner

Active Member
Hi all,
I am after a new mountain bike and was looking at Cube bikes.
The Acid 2012 is in my price bracket at £765/769 in most places. However I came across this while browsing.
Acid black 'n white
It says free delivery,
Inc Vat,
I can even get 0% finance.

Looks to be too good to be true, does anyone know anything about these guys???

Many thanks,

DJ
 

montybaber

Well-known Member
Looks legit, perhaps a new model is on its way?

I bought my Cube AMS comp for £1050 (down from (£1500 odd) as it was a previous model and im thrilled with it
 

drunkenjoiner

Active Member
Thanks guys, will try the cycle forum see if I can get further advice.
I have emailed the company in question to check exact cost delivered to my door etc.......
Best regards,
Dj
 

IronGiant

Moderator
Quick scout round the web suggests they are:

a) legit
b) prices are awesome, people from Oz use them.
c) There are complaints packaging isn't the best and if something turns up damaged they go very quiet. (unsubstantiated though).
 

Piscauk

Well-known Member
If they offer 0% Finance, why not just take them up on that? Get the bike, check its all good to go then make with the repayments at no extra cost.
 

sheriffwoody

Distinguished Member
looks legit (a lot of effort gone into the website if it isnt)

if you are still unsure, why not ask somewhere to price match it. pretty sure some places could match the price.
 

bearman3784

Distinguished Member
Bought a set of brakes from them no problem, arrived faster than most UK companies get stuff to me as well :thumbsup: A friend has also bought a Felt bike from them no problem

Another good german bike retailer i have dealt with is Rose bikes
 

Hillskill

Moderator/Games Reviewer
Bought a set of brakes from them no problem, arrived faster than most UK companies get stuff to me as well :thumbsup: A friend has also bought a Felt bike from them no problem

Another good german bike retailer i have dealt with is Rose bikes
I love the irony of brakes arriving quickly ;)
 

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