September Sellout Sale

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September brings the start of the Avanti September Sellout Sale at Lifecycle.  We have a huge range of bikes which are selling out at up to 40% off. The sale includes Fitness bikes, Road bikes and hardtail and dual suspension MTB's.  We also have a range of other products such as gloves, windtrainers and helmets which have sale tickets attached.  If you're after a bike upgrade or just getting into cycling then now's the time to buy.

We've also been able to get our hands on some 2007 Specialized Tarmacs and Roubaix for the road riders out there.  If you're after an amazing deal then these are the bikes for you. 

Check out the list of sellout bikes below and give us a call here at Lifecycle or come and visit for more information.

Road Bikes: 

Specialized Tarmac, Roubaix, Ruby's, Dolce

Avanti Team Corsa, Corsa, Vivace, Monza

SUB Subzero 3, Subzero 2, Subzero 1



Specialized Myka, FSR XC Comp, Stumpjumper FSR Comp, Hardrocks, 

Avanti Scratch 29, Derelikt 1, 2 and 3, Competitor 1 & 2, Aggressor, Hammer, Barracuda


Fitness Bikes:

Specialzed Globe IG8

Avanti Blade Team, Blade 5.0, Illusion, Pioneer, Discover, Expedition


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