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I am an entry level rider and looking and wondering which bike you would choose, I have a budget of £300
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The 1800 SE would be the best choice of these three, or there are other options around this price point, including the Vitus Nucleus equipped with disc brakes.
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do your bikes come with 29 inch tires?

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Yes we do sell 29er wheel bikes which also come with tyres.

Our current range or 29er bikes can be found here http://lnk.nu/chainreactioncycles.c...
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Do the bikes come with pedals?

I don't see any bikes with pedals on them in the photos. Do I need to buy them as well?
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As a general rule, if a bike does not list pedals on it's spec list they are not included as standard (this is because most manufacturers will not know what kind of pedals you intend to use, and because many riders keep their pedals from one bike to use on the next.
To get you up and running, we include a set of flat black pedals as standard, so you can consider which aftermarket pedals to pick up separately.
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If your mountain bikes will come assembled? i.e. If there is much of a work to finish them after?
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Our complete bikes are given a PDI (Pre-Dispatch Inspection) where they are built and checked to be in good working order. They are delivered partially assembled, with only minimal work required to get them ready to ride (straightening and tightening of stem, adjustment of saddle height, fitting pedals etc). We supply a 'setup bag' which includes a pedal spanner, multi-tool and a set of flat black pedals to get you up and running. 15-20 minutes should have you out and testing the brakes :)
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Yes, the Raid 400 runs a standard 1.1/8" steerer with 100mm of travel. The Rockshox TK30 Solo Air should be fine.
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