Bit of wishful thinking there, you might be living in the past . Prices have increased while availability has declined. Bargains may be available but need rooting out.£1000 is quite a lot of money for a run of the mill 'entry level' road bike. That is upper level alloy and entry level carbon bike territory almost.
I paid £530.00 for my 500 end of Feb last year, it is £650 now, so a significant increase, but still well below a grand. Availability is the biggest issue.Bit of wishful thinking there, you might be living in the past . Prices have increased while availability has declined. Bargains may be available but need rooting out.
Entry level is the bottom of the market for useable bikes; i.e. the lowest priced bikes that aren't throwaway junk BSOs. Two or three hundred quid. Not £1k bikes, there's nothing entry level about a bike that costs a grand.Can anyone truly define what 'entry level' means?
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