That's fine - value-wise it's worth a maximum of £50 if everything works. Good as a starter so long as you recognise the limitations.Yes I understand it's not a top bike but for an old bloke like me to start off I thought it would do a job
I'll maybe still go for it it's cheap so if it's no good it's no big loss just don't want wheels buckling under the strain that's all
The term BSO is very much overused in a derogatory manner in cycling circles, often to demean bikes that are merely cheap, not absolute junk. Don't fall into the trap of believing that every cheap bike is a BSO; some are, some are not.Just to translate BSO stands for Bicycle Shaped Object! In other words not a proper bike.