Contact Paul 085
7249287 (Choose the bike first by clicking on Mens Bikes or Ladies bikes
above) If you don't have call credit, send me a text message (SMS) or
email and I will call you back
Updated 26th October 2016
Note on steel frames here
from a very knowledgeable customer of mine
these bikes are in excellent condition, rust-free and ready to go. They are second hand and have been
serviced to full working order. Most bikes come with new tyres, inner
tubes and brake pads installed, as indicated in the descriptions.
you want to try out a bike, I can meet you in the city centre where you
can test it out, 7 days a week Monday to Sunday, from 10am to 7pm. I
usually respond to inquiries straight away
also be available outside these hours by prior appointment.
can be reserved by paying a 20 deposit
usually deal with enquiries the same day, within hours, unless you have a more specific
website gets updated daily. All bikes on the site are currently available
include a contact phone number
Phone: Paul, 085 7249287. Please choose a bike or the parts you need
before calling. Call any time between 10am and 7pm. if I do not answer, please send
me an sms or try calling later.
prices are fixed
I can deliver to any address on the island of Ireland for 15euro extra
(next business day courior service)
Prices are fixed
These bikes are racers, road bikes, city bikes, hybrids, single speeds, touring bikes, mountain
bikes and Dutch style bikes. Built to last and well designed, they are comfortable
and easy to ride. Replacement parts for them are relatively cheap and easy
to purchase, from me or elsewhere.
I sell mostly steel framed bicycles. They are not heavy, and in fact are
lighter than people expect. They are more suitable for Dublin roads,
they can take more stress, and are more responsive.
WHY BUY A USED BIKE INSTEAD OF A NEW ONE?
Value for money: You get almost twice as much bike for your cash!
A second-hand bike purchased for 250 is likely to be better than a new 300
bike will be after even only 1 year of use.
Environmentally friendly: Repairing and re-using a bike is an
environmentally sound option. It means one less old bike in landfill, and
one less new bike being manufactured - with a consequent saving in materials
and energy, and a lower carbon footprint
Bike theft: A second-hand bike is far less attractive to thieves, and less
is lost if it does get damaged or stolen. If you have the space to store
two bikes, why not buy a cheaper 250 second-hand bike for use around town,
and reserve your expensive bike for use on occasions when its less likely
to be damaged or stolen?
Fully serviced: Unlike what you might buy on ebay or from a classified ad,
all bikes sold are fully serviced. On most bikes this servicing will also
include the replacement of brake blocks, inner tubes, tyres, and sometimes