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Mountain Bikes from $299, Ladies Vintage from $269, eBikes from $1,499 & More + Delivery ($0 C&C) @ Reid Cycles



Shop now for sale prices on Ladies Vintage bikes, Mountain Bikes, Commuter Hybrid Bikes, Kids, Singlespeeds, Electric Bikes and Electric Scooters!


MOUNTAIN BIKES now from $299.99

. MTB Sport – WAS $329.99 SALE $299.99
Get off-road or use as a perfect all-rounder.
- Unisex – https://www.reidcycles.com.au/collections/warehouse-clearanc...
- Women Specific Design - https://www.reidcycles.com.au/collections/warehouse-clearanc...

COMMUTER BIKES now from $399.99

. Transit – WAS $429.99 SALE $399.99
Our most popular versatile city bike.
- Unisex – https://www.reidcycles.com.au/collections/warehouse-sale-com...
- Women Specific Design - https://www.reidcycles.com.au/collections/warehouse-sale-com...

LADIES VINTAGE BIKES now from $269.99

. Classic Plus – WAS $329.99 SALE $299.99
Sale price on ALL colours and sizes of our most popular bike.

KIDS BIKES now from $129.99

. Explorer S 12” - WAS $199.99 SALE $129.99
The perfect first proper bike! Suits kids from 80 - 100cm tall (2.5 - 4 year olds).

. Vintage 16” Girls - WAS $229.99 SALE $169.99
Suits kids from 100 - 120cm tall (4 - 7 year olds).


Low maintenance singlespeed with swept back bars.

. EBIKE: Etrail 2020 RRP $1,699.99 SALE $1,499.99.
Built for trails or tough all-rounder.

. ELECTRIC SCOOTER: E4 Plus eScooter RRP $799.99 SALE $699.99.
Fast, stable commuter.

All bikes include lifetime warranty on frame and rigid forks, two years on parts, plus two free services within 12 months of buying your bike.

Shop online for fast, contactless delivery or visit our stores in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth. https://www.reidcycles.com.au/pages/store-locations

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closed Comments

  • +10 votes

    Very bad reviews, mainly for customer service and some on products,

    • -6 votes

      Hi mysterybox. We also get some good ones… https://www.trustpilot.com/review/reidcycles.com.au?utm_medi...

      • +5 votes

        Okay, but what about the bad reviews? What can you say to address them? Having good reviews does not change the fact that people have found your customer service is non-existent.


      I've never dealt with their after-sales service, but I've been really happy with the road bike I bought from them. Only issue was that the Kenda tyres that shipped with the bike punctured more in 6 months than all other tyres I've used in the last 5 years.


    Was hoping for a deal on the Xenon. It used to be around 550 a year ago but 800 is too much.

  • +9 votes

    Would not recommend, terrible customer service and very difficult to get a hold of even during trading hours.

  • +1 vote

    Recently purchased an ebike from them in store. Only downside is it took 2 weeks to assemble but apart from that all smooth

  • +2 votes

    The price of the MTB Pro 27.5" Disc is now at the price is was before they jacked the price up mid-Covid lockdowns.


    I guess it depends on the store but the one in Adelaide on Pulteney is top notch with fantastic service - I recommend getting the pre-paid 10 services for $70 or something like that if you get a bike from there.

    • -1 vote

      That is only if you buy a new bike, they're not interested in serving all customers, they probably only focus on new sales.

  • +3 votes

    While their eBike is very nice but their service and support sucks.

    Firstly you can't reach them by phone in a single try, but if you somehow do them you'd be greeted by a not so polite person and I've often received contradictory information.

    Worst part, their warranty is non-transferable so if you sell the bike then the second owner is on their own even if you sold in a month so just beware if you intend to sell or buy used.

    • +2 votes

      I think that is standard for all brands of bicycles


        I'm pretty sure its not 'standard for all', some allow some don't. Reid being an Australian brand and as much as they charge I'd have hoped they allowed or at least allowed the second owner to purchase the service plan.


          I know that Cannondale, Giant, Focus, and Trek all have non-transferrable warranties, I'd say anyone who did offer transferrable warranties would be the exception to the norm.

  • +7 votes

    Poor customer service and relatively poor value.

    I've got nothing wrong with a company trying to make some money off of increased demand, however, inflating your prices and then 'discounting' when the market normalises probably isn't something you should be spruiking to a bargain hunting community.

    • +2 votes

      inflating your prices and then 'discounting'

      what if costs increased?

      • +1 vote

        Well obviously if everyone is trying to make a buck off demand the cost increases throughout the supply chain, which will impact the end user.

        If the company had better after sales service and support I would give them the benefit of the doubt, if you have a track record of getting things within your control wrong - I'm not going to trust you on things that are theoretically outside of your control either.

        • +1 vote

          Well obviously if everyone is trying to make a buck off demand the cost increases throughout the supply chain, which will impact the end user.

          It would impact the retailer too…

          Do you expect them to sell things at a loss, just to keep the prices the same?


            @jv: I literally price things for my job mate, I understand these things better than most, much like you appear to be a professional shit poster.

            • -2 votes

              @Tijin: No need to be rude just because you can't accept factual comments by people.

              • +1 vote

                @jv: ironic.

                • -3 votes



                  Is that you Alanis ?

    • -1 vote

      Hi Tijin. Our costs to supply have not come down - they are still climbing - as they are for everyone in the industry. We held our prices low for as long as we could through last year but had to increase slightly because of these costs. These higher retail prices are now well established according to ACCC standards. The sale prices we are now offering represent a genuine reduction on this established retail price, and a considerable decrease in any profit we make on the bike given the still climbing costs from suppliers. I offer this to be transparent, not spruik our strategy. Compare our prices with any other bike brand in market and you will see we still come in much cheaper than competitor bikes.

      • +6 votes

        I don't discount that this is a fact for most industries - as I stated, if you can't get customer service and after sales support right, I'm not really going to give you the benefit of the doubt in other areas.

        The bikes are well priced at face value, but are they really good value if something goes wrong and you're stuck with an unusable product whilst chasing up after sales support?


    Last time you did this sale I pointed out you’ve put the wrong model scooter in the advert as the link is to the E4+ … done it again this time too. An E4 for $699 would be a poor deal, E4+ not quite so poor.

    Found customer service ok, though it was always UK staff dealing with it rather than local so time delays were evident.


      Cheers. The product page is the E4 Plus - just the wording in this post lacked the 'Plus'. Now added.

      RE service staff - I'll just state that vast majority of enquiries are dealt with by our Melbourne team (may not have been your experience but that is unusual).


    These guys are thieves! They stole my money and refused to respond to many repeated attempts to contact them.

    The bike we purchased from them was poor quality as well, the seat split within a month or so of using it.

    Avoid them like the plague, they are scum.