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Entry Level Road Bike (Québec Only??) - 329$

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Apr 9, 2021
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Entry Level Road Bike (Québec Only??) - 329$

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Price:
329
Savings:
270$ off
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KOTI SPORTS
Hi,

I just saw that the Celervita V21 that is regularly priced at 599$ is now 429$ and there is a coupon for 100$ off on top, bringing it down to 329$.

I'm not sure if it's Québec only.

Coupon: cestpartimonkiki
Link: https://kotisports.com/collections/bike ... /road-bike
31 replies
Jr. Member
Mar 10, 2010
111 posts
113 upvotes
Calgary
Shipping is $99 which essentially cancels out the coupon code. Still decent for a $599 bike to get for $429 shipped.
Deal Guru
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Jan 10, 2008
13318 posts
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Too bad the size is only medium . Bike looks good
Member
Feb 13, 2008
418 posts
254 upvotes
Hamilton
I'd avoid, looks like junk. They carefully don't spec or show the shifters so they will be something oddball, the brake calipers are Chinese crap. Why anyone would spec 700-23 tires. That picture of the front fork dropout scares the heck out of me.
Deal Addict
Nov 14, 2003
1805 posts
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Toronto
Doesn't even state the groupset. I guess it for someone really into budget road bikes.
[OP]
Newbie
Apr 9, 2021
21 posts
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brung wrote: Shipping is $99 which essentially cancels out the coupon code. Still decent for a $599 bike to get for $429 shipped.
It's free shipping here, I think that might be the "Québec only" part!
Newbie
Jan 27, 2016
54 posts
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Calgary, AB
Slash5 wrote: I'd avoid, looks like junk. They carefully don't spec or show the shifters so they will be something oddball, the brake calipers are Chinese crap. Why anyone would spec 700-23 tires. That picture of the front fork dropout scares the heck out of me.
Is there an entry level road bike you would recommend?
Newbie
Apr 17, 2020
65 posts
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I have a northrock SR1 that I’m returning to Costco (I’m too short for it) if anyone wants in West Island/montreal area
Jr. Member
Apr 30, 2020
170 posts
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Vancouver
if you're looking for a cheap road bike and you have a friend that really knows bikes, have him/her help you to find a used one that has brand name everything and is relatively modern (newer than 10 years).
yes you will pay more than $400 but you could maybe snag a decent one for around $600 or so if you have patience, and you will not regret it over buying something like this.
Member
Dec 2, 2007
484 posts
255 upvotes
Cameltoejoe wrote: Is there an entry level road bike you would recommend?
The stuff from Decathlon is pretty good, otherwise something like a Trek or Giant is the next level up. Felt make some great entry level Aluminum road bikes too with proper components.
Sr. Member
Nov 17, 2019
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FunkMasterDeals wrote: It's free shipping here, I think that might be the "Québec only" part!
Local pickup is free in Ottawa also.
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Mar 6, 2003
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Ottawa
I'd avoid too. The Northrock Costco bike was a way better deal.
This is RedFlagDeals, not RedFlagCheapskates. Rich or poor, we all want our deals so we can buy even more stuff we may or may not need.
Jr. Member
Mar 8, 2017
199 posts
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I don't see any precise specs. Looks like mostly low-end components (derailleurs, wheels, tires). At this point, might as well buy a bike from Canadian tire.
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Sep 6, 2017
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Slash5 wrote: I'd avoid, looks like junk. They carefully don't spec or show the shifters so they will be something oddball, the brake calipers are Chinese crap. Why anyone would spec 700-23 tires. That picture of the front fork dropout scares the heck out of me.
For me the welding scares the heck out of me.
Newbie
Dec 29, 2020
44 posts
21 upvotes
14.5kg? Holy smoke. Please go to Kijiji or Facebook Marketplace and get a used bike with decent Shimano gear. There are bunch of deals around $500-$600 for 5-10 year old bikes with 10x better gear, frame and saddle. Being a brand new bike doesn't make a it better bike at all, in this case even way worse.
Jr. Member
Apr 30, 2020
170 posts
160 upvotes
Vancouver
cristianosham wrote: For me the welding scares the heck out of me.
to me i don't really see anything wrong with the welds? even alloy bikes from big brands don't always have cleanly smoothed out welds
Sr. Member
Apr 23, 2016
530 posts
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Kelowna
Pushing 30lbs and no lever shifters. What is this, 1987?

I wouldn't even ride this for free.
Sr. Member
Apr 23, 2016
530 posts
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Kelowna
Slash5 wrote: I'd avoid, looks like junk. They carefully don't spec or show the shifters so they will be something oddball, the brake calipers are Chinese crap. Why anyone would spec 700-23 tires. That picture of the front fork dropout scares the heck out of me.
Don't worry. The front derailleur looks like it's SHIMENO. Close enough.
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Nov 23, 2018
958 posts
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Markham ON
Slash5 wrote: I'd avoid, looks like junk. They carefully don't spec or show the shifters so they will be something oddball, the brake calipers are Chinese crap. Why anyone would spec 700-23 tires. That picture of the front fork dropout scares the heck out of me.
Must be a VERY VERY VERY VERY ENTRY LEVEL BIKE. The disk calipers are some chinese shi*. The shifters are still friction shifters (not integrated into the drop bar levers, aka brake levers). Tires aren't even at least KENDA, and KENDA IS MADE IN CHINAOnly good thing about the bike is that it is aluminum. Look else where, unless you don't give a shi*, or don't have enough money (i would just save up).
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