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Batch Lifestyle Bike from $219.50 (Was $299) + $30 Delivery ($0 SYD C&C) @ Off Road Bikes Online

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We have recently reduced the price of some of the Batch bikes we have in stock - we have too much stock at the moment so have priced to clear! Previously this was priced at $299. This is a great deal, and will last while stocks exist. There are also some good deals on the rest of the Batch range, which includes 12", 16", 20", 24" kids bikes, and adult Fitness Bike. You can see the range here - https://www.offroadbikesonline.com.au/brand/batch-bicycles as far as we can tell these prices are very competitive, especially for the Sydney residents, who can pick up from the warehouse in Rydalmere, NSW.

Description from the website:
The Batch Lifestyle bikes are made for riders who are looking for an affordable, but reliable option.

Made to fit your lifestyle, whether it's down a bike path, downtown along a sidewalk, or straight through the middle of campus.

Every day is a chance to get out and ride to a specific destination or just for a little exercise.

Size and Geometry chart

SPECS

Frame 6061 Alloy
Fork Hi-tensile Steel
Headset Threadless
Brakes Alloy Linear Pull
Shifters Shimano EF-41 7sp
Rear Derailleur Shimano TY-300
Freewheel Sun Race 14-28T 7sp
Chain KMC Z7
Crank Prowheel 3-pc Alloy | X-Small: 165mm |Small: 170mm | Medium & Large: 175mm
Chainguard Plastic Disc
Bottom Bracket Steel cup and cone style
Tires 700C
Rims Double-wall Alloy
Hubs Steel 32H
Quick Releases Hubs
Handlebar 31.8mm, W:640mm
Stem Steel 1-1/8" Threadless 60mm
Seat Cionlli
Seat Post Steel Straight
Other Rack and Fender Mounts
Sizes X-Small, Small, Medium, Large
Product Weight Size Medium - 28.5 lbs

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closed Comments

  • When I click the link it says "Free Shipping Over $99*"

    • yes - excluding bikes, frames and bulky items

  • +1

    Why is the weight in pounds?

  • What's the difference between the fitness and this one?
    Which would be better for general usage?

    • +1

      Not a huge difference between them. However, the Fitness is slightly better, with a few better components (for better maintenance/usage). The one big difference is the Fitness has 21 gears vs 7 on the Lifestyle. If you're only cycling short distances and fairly flat, that won't make much difference, but if you're going to be going over hills/inclines the 21 gears will be the best choice.

  • hmm considering one of these, shipping price not bad either but no local support in WA puts me off
    Then have to pay someone to put it together so not sure what else would be on the market from a local bike shop that compares

    • was in the same position last year, ended up with second hand bike from market place. $800 for $350 (with some mods as well)

  • +1

    To those considering it, spend a little extra and get yourself a quality bike. This is a bike you will buy, use for a few months and end up gifting it to your worst friend or putting it in landfill.

    This bike was on sale at my local Giant bike store for $450 recently. https://www.giant-bicycles.com/au/cross-city-disc-3-2022 - its a 2 year old model, but at leas it comes with local warranty, a reliable brand behind it, and quality assembly/components.

    • +1

      Yep agree, it's worth spending a little bit more for a reputable brand.

      Build quality will be much better.

    • I totally understand your reasoning and how you care - that's great, but there's a shittonne of junk on OzB, because it's cheap and it's OzB, not Luxurious Retreats…

      You can downvote and comment about better options that are 2x the price on many things here daily, but that's not quite the way.

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