Apollo Transfer Mens Hybrid Bike 2015
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Apollo Transfer Mens Hybrid Bike 2015
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Apollo Transfer Mens Hybrid BikeGreat whether you are looking for a bike to get you to work, or for enjoying countryside rides at the weekend, the Apollo Transfer Mens Bike will cater to all your needs. This great looking hybrid bike has the gears you need for tackling hills and speeding along the flats ensuring you enjoy every ride.
- Frame: Steel
- Forks: Rigid steel, suitable for all terrains
- Gears: 18 speed Shimano gears, ideal for both hills and the flats
- Brakes: Steel V-brakes with steel reinforced levers
- Wheels: 700c aluminium wheels, fast and efficient
Apollo Transfer Mens Hybrid Bike Extra Info
- FREE Local Store build
- FREE Bronze Check after 6 weeks
- Pre-Delivery inspection + 22 point safety check
- OR get it delivered boxed for self-assembly
Why not upgrade to the Apollo Envoy Mens Hybrid Bike for a lightweight aluminium frame, mudguards, gel comfort saddle and ergonomic grips.
Height (Inch) Height (cm) Frame Size 5' 1" - 6" 150 - 180 18" 5' 11" - 6' 5" 174 - 190 21"
Approximate Weight (KG): 16kg Brake Type: V-Brakes Forks: Rigid Steel Frame Material: Steel Gender: Mens Number of Gears: 18 Pedals Included: Yes Suspension: Rigid Wheel Size: 700c Chainguard: No Chainset: Square Taper Frame: Steel Front Brake: V-brake Front Hub: Steel Front Mech: Yes Gear Shifters: SRAM Grip Shift Handlebar Type: Flat Handlebars: Black Steel Headset: 1" 1/8 Caged Bearing Mudguard Mounts: Yes Mudguards Included: No Pannier Mounts: Yes Pannier Rack: No Pedals: Black Rear Brake: V-Brake Rear Hub: Steel Rear Mech: Shimano Saddle: Black Apollo Seatpost: 350mm Stem: Black Steel Type: Hybrid Bikes Tyre Size: 700 x 38C Tyres: Hybrid Tyres
Apollo Transfer Mens Hybrid Bike 2015 is rated out of 5 by 220.Rated 5 out of 5 by Scott49 from Great for a varied ride I have been using the Transfer on a regular basis for the last six months. I use it every week with a riding group I have joined. We cover around 50km on a ride in a very mixed bag of city , out of town and full on trail tracks. The Transfer deals with anything that I can throw at it. For a cheap hybrid this little diamond ticks all the boxes.Date published: 2017-05-16Rated 4 out of 5 by Fild from Good value for the money Not rode a bike for 50 years, so was pleasently suprised with the way the Apollo Transfer took to me. The gears are really good but the saddle is very uncomfortable - will have to get it changed. This bike is not a work horse, but its excellent value for the money paid.Date published: 2017-02-20Rated 5 out of 5 by ghderby from Well worth the money Even though this bike was the cheapest on offer at Halfords, I am very pleased with it. I have owned it for just over a couple of weeks and done approximately 400 miles with no problems. I would recommend that you should spray oil the chain and cogs as soon as you buy the bike because the first time it gets wet those parts will show signs of rust and also change the brake pads because the original ones can be a bit too squeaky.(maybe just wearing in?) Definitely worth the money (£80 I paid) if you ride it sensibly and maintain it .Date published: 2017-02-12Rated 5 out of 5 by vacman50 from what more do you want i read reviews before I bought this bike but wasn't put off by the negative reviews as 130 pounds reduced to 80 pounds is a steal. yes its the cheap end range but as a commuter bike which is what I want to ride to work its great . its a smooth ride and looks very modern. ive used the bike all week so far and no issues . just buy it its great for the money you will pay .superb service also at my local taunton Halfords although asked there was no pressure on after sales which was one reason that kept me happy with my sale . I will rtn now for other productsDate published: 2017-01-26Rated 3 out of 5 by dendo from you get what you pay for I understood that paying such a low price for a bike would limit the abilities of the bike, so it is important to remember that give away price. I only wanted to commute 3 miles each way to work so virtually any bike would have suited me. The bike is a decent runner, with excellent brakes and a decent gear change. It is a large bike and I enjoy the height of the bike. It rolls well and with 18 gears the inclines are no problem. It feels like a cheap bike. It is not solid and if I bump down from a kerb i feel it will damage the wheels ( it hasn't). i had trouble tightening the saddle which kept slipping down, but a decent alun key should solve that problem. For me the bike is adequate. Nobody will steal it and it will pay for itself in no time through the money saved in petrol. If you just want a simple bike to do a small commute then it is excellent value for money. If you are a serious rider or want a longer commute then look for a more expensive and better build.Date published: 2017-01-25Rated 3 out of 5 by Conak from Ok for the price Gears not the best but ok to get too and from work.Date published: 2017-01-22Rated 4 out of 5 by Natalka from Bike Purchase Very good value for money, delivery excellent and package well presented, I would recommend Halfords too all my friends and family in the futureDate published: 2017-01-14Rated 1 out of 5 by Xet1 from Too cheap - no quality Halford’s Apollo Transfer. After 12 years’ successful cycling on an Apollo Café, totalling 27,000 miles, I finally needed a new bike so thought I’d go for another cheap Halford’s. Bought an Apollo Transfer on 26th April 2016. Definitely cheap (and I see the price has since been reduced by another 40%). I use it to commute 10 miles a day, Mon-Fri, on ordinary suburban roads. Front brakes always extremely squeaky, even after new brake blocks fitted. Within 1 month, I needed 1 new tyre (after a dramatic blow-out, on a perfectly normal road!) and 2 new inner-tubes (they failed at the valve, not repairable), plus 2 new pairs of brake-blocks. By August, I needed a new chain. In September, I successfully used it for a 330-mile road-trip, though had to stop a couple of times en route to tighten the bottom bracket. After that, the bottom bracket needed frequent tightening: ~once a fortnight at first, then once a week, now (Jan 2017) once a day. Saddle frequently tilts back (painful!) even after very firm tightening. Now looking for a decent new bike. My recommendation: Don’t buy an Apollo Transfer.Date published: 2017-01-06
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