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    Re: Canadian Tire Sucks at Bicycles - Can't return once assembled, won't stand behind them

    Another ill-advised bicycle ad from Crappy Tire:


    Shawn T.: This picture is FALSE ADVERTISEMENT. Not one bike that CT sells could or will handle a trail or terrain like that! It is even labeled that they can't! Could very well be putting unsuspecting people in danger.

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    Shawn T.:

    my bike was $600 ( Opus ), an entry level but it sits on good components, unlike a CT bike the crankset will be loose when you get it and will stay that way until all your bearing spill on the road leaving behind a un-fixable Bottom bracket.

    You can say I have had my fair share of CT bike before I realized that quality of a cheap price it safer. And like I said, my was only 600$ with Avid BB7's, RockShox, and SRAM X4 setup... Just go to a real bike shop!

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    Re: Canadian Tire Sucks at Bicycles - Can't return once assembled, won't stand behind them

    Quote Originally Posted by CTH8R View Post
    Shawn T.:

    my bike was $600 ( Opus ), an entry level but it sits on good components, unlike a CT bike the crankset will be loose when you get it and will stay that way until all your bearing spill on the road leaving behind a un-fixable Bottom bracket.

    You can say I have had my fair share of CT bike before I realized that quality of a cheap price it safer. And like I said, my was only 600$ with Avid BB7's, RockShox, and SRAM X4 setup... Just go to a real bike shop!
    Shawn T.: No contact shall be made. It is just frustrating and irritating when photos like this are used to promote and sell CT brand bikes when you guys know very well that these bike CAN NOT handle this type of terrain/riding.

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    Andrew T.A.M.: Never buy a bike from Canadian Tire. Once you leave the store you can't return it, even if they are at fault. I had to go through hell over a bike years ago, and to this day, the only place you can find this out is on a small note behind the bike section. They should tell people before they pay. That, and their bikes are crap.

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    Re: Canadian Tire Sucks at Bicycles - Can't return once assembled, won't stand behind them

    CT offered advice on hand signs ... which seemed like quite an invitation for people to offer the gesture that, what should I say? Oh - that Canadian Tire is "Number One!".


    Russ P.: Can you hand signal a lawyer when you canadian tire bike falls apart while you are riding it?

    Sean M.: How bout filling people in on what amazingly crappy bikes you sell CT. Show us u really care...

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    Michael S.: Do not buy a Canadian tire bike. I've owned three during the past three years. 1 season a bike...supercycle, ccm and kranked all the same thang diff name. I now have a giant revel 1 which has been awesome but you'd never ever get awesome at Canadian tire...as far as bicycles go.

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    Randy M.: Don't ever by a bike from Canadian tire ever they are junk save up money to get my boys two mountain bikes the have been fixed twice both of them same problems again now they say they will cover parts but I have to pay there bike tec now because the 30 days warranty is up are u kidding its the same problems as before joke don't Ever BUY A BIKE FROM CANADIAN TIRE U WILL BE SORRY YOU DID

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    Re: Canadian Tire Sucks at Bicycles - Can't return once assembled, won't stand behind them

    From https://www.canadiantiresucks.net/ge...html#post9352:

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    I find this very amusing that a CT Manager claims to disagree with the policy of his employer. I hope you would put more effort into trying to change your store policy than you did in the lame excuses you listed. Really, you believe there was a threading issue??? Here's my story.

    I bought what seems to be the same bike from CT. I went for a 20 minute ride and my pedal came off as well! Upon checking the threads, they matched, however as it broke free from the arm, it ripped first three threads from the original pedal, so I could not reuse it. Yes CT Manager, my L&R pedals were on the proper sides. I returned to CT and started to get much the same run around as the others, so shut them up before they expended too much verbal diarrhea. I ended up buying a package of two replacement pedals (for ($12) and putting the new one on myself (properly).

    Since then, I put about 20 km on the bike and today I have a new problem. It appears there may be a problem with the rear axel. Simply put, if the wheel turns, so does the chain sprockets and pedals!!! Its as though the assembly is seized? IF ANYONE HAS ANY IDEAS HOW TO FIX THIS, PLEASE LET ME KNOW.

    I have always been a CT supporter, but after reading the above posts and considering my experience with the pedal, I think I will follow suit and chant CT Sucks.

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    Nick F.: My bike story isI bought a five thousand dollar four wheeler from Canadian tire that lasted six months and can't be repaired because no parts are available and no one will work on it. Now I'm stuck with a piece of broken junk that Canadian tire will do nothing about.

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    Re: Canadian Tire Sucks at Bicycles - Can't return once assembled, won't stand behind them

    Elias H.: can you replace a defective bike at CT......NO

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