Oxygen Cross ST Black BNIB £1000

euphoriabuzz

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Brand new in box. The new Oxygen S-Cross ST Commuter/trekking bike has been designed with a discrete in frame 36v battery 13ah, a new centrally mounted backlit LCD display with 6 power assist levels and the further option of 3 power modes, a handlebar mounted USB port for charging mobile devices from the bikes battery, a powerful 250w motor, 21 speed shimano gearing, disc brakes, front and rear mudguards, panier rack, front and rear lights and comes in a matt black finish.

Key Features:
Motor: 250w brushless rear hub motor
Frame: 17in Lightweight Alloy
Forks: SR Suntour NEX
Gears: 7
Brakes: Tektro Novela
Wheels: 700c fitted with CST Traveller Tyres
Battery: 13Ah - up to 50 Miles* (Sanyo Cells)

full specs can be seen on the Oxygen Bicycles website.


Selling sadly due to circumstance change. Buyer collects from Mid Wales or arranges delivery.
 

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Warwick

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Sorry to hear about your change of circumstances. If I were you, I'd be contacting Oxygen to see if the warranty is transferable, as that would make the bike much more saleable. An idea of price might help as well.
 

Nealh

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Price is in the thread title.
 

Mike63

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Wish you were a tad nearer to me (west Yorkshire)
The Oxygen ST is just what I'm looking for but put off by retail price.
…..Mike
 

Topdog206

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On the Oxygen website it says warranty is transferable just requires a service at a local oxygen dealer to be carried over to the new owner. 5 years on frame and 2 years on battery and electrical components
 

euphoriabuzz

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On the Oxygen website it says warranty is transferable just requires a service at a local oxygen dealer to be carried over to the new owner. 5 years on frame and 2 years on battery and electrical components
It has not been registered yet as it was a replacement for the damaged one I first bought. The bike hasn't left the box for me to get the frame number off to register it.
 

euphoriabuzz

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On the Oxygen website it says warranty is transferable just requires a service at a local oxygen dealer to be carried over to the new owner. 5 years on frame and 2 years on battery and electrical components
There are 4 dealers in the Yorkshire area that you could use.
 

PC2017

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I have used paisley freight, however this was for a normal bike, returned, as it was not suitable for a conversion kit - I can vouch for them for normal bikes, however they only insure to £50 you can add insurance but it'll be + £24.99 for a £1000 cover. so £50 in total - New one of these bikes, a quick google £1299 ish
 

euphoriabuzz

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I have used paisley freight, however this was for a normal bike, returned, as it was not suitable for a conversion kit - I can vouch for them for normal bikes, however they only insure to £50 you can add insurance but it'll be + £24.99 for a £1000 cover. so £50 in total - New one of these bikes, a quick google £1299 ish
yeah not sure about that price for courier, it is based on weight. I have emailed ebikesdirect to see if they know the full packaged weight.
 

Mike63

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Hi....am I correct in assuming that ST stands for "step through" ?
…. Do you have the original bill of sale ?
…. Wherabouts in Mid Wales are you ?

cheers....Mike
 

euphoriabuzz

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Hi....am I correct in assuming that ST stands for "step through" ?
…. Do you have the original bill of sale ?
…. Wherabouts in Mid Wales are you ?

cheers....Mike
I will pm you Mike, for now, I work in the day until 6 so cannot answer any messages during work hours.
 
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euphoriabuzz

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yeah not sure about that price for courier, it is based on weight. I have emailed ebikesdirect to see if they know the full packaged weight.
Actually Matt has replied and the weight is 25kg so yes that price should be good for courier charges.
 

euphoriabuzz

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Reduced to £950 as need it gone. Surprised no one is interested as it would be £1399 retail. Should I take it out the box? Any thoughts guys?
 

Mike63

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I've said it earlier, "wish you were nearer", It's a 450 mile round trip for me.
I no longer have a car, a guy near me wants £200 to bring me to collect bike.

"Should I take it out the box?"

If I was coming to collect I'd want to see it out of the box, as I imagine would anyone, so nothing lost by doing it now.
 

wheeliepete

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Problem is you need a buyer who is fairly local and is looking for that exact bike at this time. Although I'm sure you are a genuine seller, it's a sign of the times that many people are reluctant to send large sums of money on blind faith, to private individuals and trust they receive what they have paid for. Ebay may be a better place where buyers have some protection.
 

euphoriabuzz

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Might have to look into that option, it is already on Gumtree and on the Facebook oxygen users page. Such a shame. its perfect weather for cruising about on a bike. :)