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  1. I bought my son a Direct Bike and at £499 + costs which I expected. Whilst I was some what suspicious about the product given some of the things I had read on the internet I felt there was a lot of price gap between the nearest new product and Direct Bikes should anything go wrong. I have to say the product which arrived was well crated and arrived in the time interval give and even though getting insurance and sorting Registration was a little problematic it got sorted and my son is extremely happy with the bike. My issue is with their after sale or lack of after sales and I have
  2. Have just resolved an issue with Direct Bikes with a satisfactory outcome http://www.consumeractiongroup.co.uk/forum/showthread.php?440312-Direct-Bikes-more-consumer-disatisfaction-**Resolved** however about a week later another issue with the moped occurred whilst my son was out riding it. Suffice to say I had to go out and rescue him and from the explanation of what happened and the lack of any resistance from the engine when it turned over I feared the worst. So he and I stripped the engine down and found the exhaust valve had broken, dropped into the engine holed the piston
  3. Hi all I purchased my bike from direct bikes on Jul 2014, Once I had been through the annoyance of registering it with DVLA I finally had it on the road.......HOWEVER 2-3 weeks ago I noticed it pulling to the left very slightly,i checked the brake pads etc and thought I may have solved it but on Tuesday I went to ride it and it immediately started pulling left, I took it to my local garage (the only one in the area that does mopeds) and he said the front forks were bent and that was what was causing the pulling, asked him cost ect and he said he would find out, Meanwhile I contacted Dir
  4. Any recommendations or tips for 7 or 8 speed Hub Bikes please? I do not like derailleurs. I am little budget restricted though nf these bikes can be expensive. I think they are worth it in the long run.
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