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Bell super 2 R MIPS. In black and white or black and blue. Saving 40% £113.99 @ Chain reaction cycles

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Bell super 2 R MIPS helmet saving 40% from chain reaction cycles. Black and white and black and blue available. Read More
Bell super 2 R MIPS helmet saving 40% from chain reaction cycles. Black and white and black and blue available.
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Schwalbe One Road Tyre V-Guard (700x23C Folding) - £24.99 @ CRC

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Nice weather for cyclists today. I have conti tyres on my giant, which have started to fall apart, and so have started to look around for a new pair. Hope this helps someone . copy+paste: Schwalbe Sch… Read More
Nice weather for cyclists today. I have conti tyres on my giant, which have started to fall apart, and so have started to look around for a new pair. Hope this helps someone . copy+paste: Schwalbe Sch…
3722 Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago5 Comments
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This looks like a really good deal.

Without wishing to state the obvious, if you want to buy 3 of these tyres, you can add this item and use the code CLEAR2017 to get them for £21.68 each.
Good tyre, great price. Shame the wider ones are out of stock.

PS. Zombie is correct. Compound is more important than tread on the road.
No tread pattern required for bike tyres on normal roads; mostly marketing gumph. Bikes have too skinny tyres and not enough speed to need a tread to disperse water like a car tyre. The amount of grip possibly added by tread is insignificant compared to tread compound and, more importantly, tyre pressure. Some have even said adding a tread can decrease grip. That said, no tyre will perform as well in wet conditions as in the dry. I have Schwalbe Pro Ones ( the tubeless version) on one bike and they perform as well as any other I've used in the wet.
It's slick - smooth. But from my experience if you are careful and don't attempt to cut corners or anything like that, you can ride fast with the thinnest, smoothest tires in a heavy rain and not have a fall. Generally speaking, all road tires are not made for heavy duty wet conditions as they are thin and have low-resistance/grip by definition, as they need to be fast, not realiable/comfortable as with a commuter or mountain bike. Just my two cents.
Do you know is this tire has a tread or is it just a smooth surface? So basically is it any good in the rain?
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Fiveten Freerider Elements MTB shoes £65.99 with code from Chain Reaction Cyles

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£65.99 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Been waiting for these to drop in price for ages, they are advertised at £75.99 but have now been added to the Clearout section so are eligible for the £10 discount code CLEAR2017. Great flat pedal sh… Read More
Been waiting for these to drop in price for ages, they are advertised at £75.99 but have now been added to the Clearout section so are eligible for the £10 discount code CLEAR2017. Great flat pedal sh…
badjoker Avatar2w, 1d agoFound 2 weeks, 1 day ago4 Comments
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harpo240
I've voted hot, these are great shoes and good to see them in smaller sizes. Far better than the standard shoe that lets water in the top where it's fabric not leather.
Thankyou harpo240, my thoughts exactly, and they are cheaper than the standard Freeriders too
I'm trying to justify buying myself a pair, but I recently bought a bargain pair of FiveTen Impacts, they let water in the top though and therefore I think I do need to buy these too for muddy rides, which lets face it, living in Scotland is most of the time! 8)
harpo240
I've voted hot, these are great shoes and good to see them in smaller sizes. Far better than the standard shoe that lets water in the top where it's fabric not leather.
Thankyou harpo240, my thoughts exactly, and they are cheaper than the standard Freeriders too
I've voted hot, these are great shoes and good to see them in smaller sizes. Far better than the standard shoe that lets water in the top where it's fabric not leather.
Why so cold? can someone shed some light please? not seen them cheaper anywhere else?
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Chain Reaction Cycles - Massive Mid-Season Clearout + £20 Off Voucher Code

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Massive Mid-Season Clearout at Chain Reaction Cycles, across all ranges. In addition to the discounts, baskets totalling over £100.00+ from the clear out range are eligible for an instant £20.00 of… Read More
Massive Mid-Season Clearout at Chain Reaction Cycles, across all ranges. In addition to the discounts, baskets totalling over £100.00+ from the clear out range are eligible for an instant £20.00 of…
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MET Espresso Helmet 2016 £13.99 @ Chain Reaction Cycles with Free delivery

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Good helmet for the money - £13.99 with free delivery They also have some other MET helmets on offer which might we worth a look. Some pretty good offers such as £43.99 for the MET Rivale Helmet 2016… Read More
Good helmet for the money - £13.99 with free delivery They also have some other MET helmets on offer which might we worth a look. Some pretty good offers such as £43.99 for the MET Rivale Helmet 2016…
NeoTrix Avatar1m, 3d agoFound 1 month, 3 days ago16 Comments
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Voted hot. Got one. Thanks
jaydeeuk1
I need a new helmet, fell off bike other day on loose gravel, legs and arms are a write off but the helmet saved my good looks and meant only my chin got scratched.
Helmets work, anyone who says otherwise is a complete muppet.

lol, made me think of the Black Knight scene from Monty Python's Holy Grail. "It's just a flesh wound"!

Here it is.
I need a new helmet, fell off bike other day on loose gravel, legs and arms are a write off but the helmet saved my good looks and meant only my chin got scratched.

Helmets work, anyone who says otherwise is a complete muppet.
Do they do a "Skinny Latté" helmet?? Never been keen on Expresso.

BTW, The Rozzers call them RTI's, they dont believe in Accidents, so they call them Incidents.
Great proof that you need to read between the lines: "Bicycle helmets reduce risk of serious head injury by nearly 70%, study finds"
cralittlewood
whatyadoinsucka
Voted hot, always good to see a cheaply priced helmets, no excuse that helmets cost too much, etc
having been involved in an RTA recently, I was asked by a&e receptionists, nurses, doctors, consultants, the police and injury solicitors if i was wearing a helmet ..
The trolls will always say no need to wear one
I'll second that, I recently had a fall off my bike whilst commuting and heavens knows what state I would be in if I hadn't been wearing a helmet. Great price this and just ordered a couple for the kids.
Did you land on your head on a flat surface at less than 10mph - or whatever extremely limited circumstances these helmets are supposed to protect you under? Because if not, heaven would be able to tell you that you'd have been in pretty much the same state.
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Pink helmet from £3.23 from Chain Reaction, plus £2.99 delivery or free delivery if you spend over £9

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£3.23 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Do you have a pink helmet? Here is your chance to get your hands on one. I strongly suggest looking after it and not bashing it too much. I have misused mine too much in the past and it's looking tire… Read More
Do you have a pink helmet? Here is your chance to get your hands on one. I strongly suggest looking after it and not bashing it too much. I have misused mine too much in the past and it's looking tire…
backtothecaves Avatar1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago3 Comments
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No purple helmet oO
I'm wondering that myself. Maybe I should have gone for the red one instead.
Why is this a cold deal. Looks good to me.
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Brand-X TT-01 Magnetic Turbo Trainer incl Riser £59.99 @ CRC (Poss £54.99?)

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£59.99 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Down another tenner from when I last posted, £59.99 delivered. Also there is £5 off a £50 spend for new customers,when you sign up to the newsletter, although it can take up to 24 hours to get that… Read More
Down another tenner from when I last posted, £59.99 delivered. Also there is £5 off a £50 spend for new customers,when you sign up to the newsletter, although it can take up to 24 hours to get that…
NeoTrix Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago5 Comments
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pinchez
Forget dumb trainers like this, get a smart trainer and Zwift (Google it) yes you'll pay more (£200 plus Zwift @ £8pm) but you'll train harder, see better results and most importantly you'll enjoy it and keep coming back :)


Works for me. Just need greater motivation and determination.
I had one of these for 3 years - Elite Crono Fluid ElastoGel Trainer - used twice so not saying don;t buy but be warned its way easier to avoid using when already sat indoors
Forget dumb trainers like this, get a smart trainer and Zwift (Google it) yes you'll pay more (£200 plus Zwift @ £8pm) but you'll train harder, see better results and most importantly you'll enjoy it and keep coming back :)
Anyone got this and would recommend it?
Why is this so hot? You can always get basic magnetic turbo trainers for around this much (including the riser block).

Got one last year from Halfords and there are lots on amazon and ebay
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Brand-X TT-01 Magnetic Turbo Trainer incl Riser £69.99 + Spend £5.01 more and get £10 off the total @ CRC (Poss around £65 - See OP)

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£69.99 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Okay, so possibly wrong time of the year for most... may be good to pop away for a literal rainy day or later in the year. If you add to your basket, it's £69.99 and it works alongside the £10 off… Read More
Okay, so possibly wrong time of the year for most... may be good to pop away for a literal rainy day or later in the year. If you add to your basket, it's £69.99 and it works alongside the £10 off…
NeoTrix Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago17 Comments
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Yes still stating £59.99.
looks like price just dropped to £59.99 unless I'm looking at it wrong
This is a great deal however as radec says if you think you will use this a lot you probably will like the ipad/windows programs trainer road/zwift/sufferfest/virtual training etc its worth getting a smart trainer. I have one not a mega expensive one tacx vortex and its addictive esp with those programs.
a spare wheel for turbo trainer if you only have one bike is a good idea too or buy a cheap road bike for the turbo where weight streamline doesnt matter
If you're buying something like this, and think you will actually use it often, I'd recommend spending a bit more for something a bit better. Smart trainers aren't that expensive, and are worth the extra; I think anyway.
This will work, but it's going to feel a bit cheap and rubbish.
Check out DCrainmaker's website for a ton of info on trainers if you are interested.

Edited By: Radec on May 17, 2017 22:20: gram error
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tdk2bu
quick question. I've got a carera crossfire hybrid. will it work on that?
Dont see why not if it has quick release wheels, it will be noisy though unless you have slick tyres.
cheers, yeah it has quick release wheels, any reason why I would need that? do I not just strap the bike in etc and jump on?

What basergorkobal said :)
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Muc Off X-3 chain cleaner for bikes - £17.99 Delivered @ Chain Reaction Cycles

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I've never seen this for less than £23, and it's also free delivery. Have just ordered one. Apparently these are better than other chain cleaners because the dirty fluid doesn't get mixed in with the… Read More
I've never seen this for less than £23, and it's also free delivery. Have just ordered one. Apparently these are better than other chain cleaners because the dirty fluid doesn't get mixed in with the…
chrisleslie Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago5 Comments
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Thanks. Bought.
flagstaff19651
Ebay had some of these (or something very similar).... much much cheaper too !
Certainly worked for my bikes.

If only I could get something for the creaky knees !


You can .......... they're call e-bikes X)
I've not used the pedal bike one, but the motorbike ones are really handy. Only thing I'll say is that after a few uses, the bristles do start getting soft and they arnt as effective.
Ebay had some of these (or something very similar).... much much cheaper too !
Certainly worked for my bikes.

If only I could get something for the creaky knees !
What about Halfords, wiggle and tweeks all selling it for the same price?
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Continental Gatorskin Road Bike Tyre 700 x 23c - £22.99 @ Chain Reaction Cycles

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An excellent tyre at a very good price. I got Evans to price match and collected instore today. So Evans reduced from £34.95 to £22.99. There price match service is very efficient and easy to use. W… Read More
An excellent tyre at a very good price. I got Evans to price match and collected instore today. So Evans reduced from £34.95 to £22.99. There price match service is very efficient and easy to use. W…
Norfolk12a1 Avatar2m, 6h agoFound 2 months, 6 hours ago12 Comments
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Love this tyre, use it to commute and have only had 1 puncture from an evil bit of metal. I now have the 25c as i feel it works nicer than the 23c. Excellent price to replace standard tyres for amateur commuters.Hotty McHot
No good reason to take 23c over 25c, I'm assuming the shift to a 25-28c standard for most riders is why these are so cheap?
Also Tannus tyres which eliminate punctures entirely which can give people piece of mind knowing they won't have to deal with punctures or carry spares related to sorting punctures.

http://www.tannus.com/
Some experience

I started to use Gatorskins on my daily commute in September 2016. I travel 30 miles a day and so far I've had three punctures. All of those punctures were as a result of glass from the road during wet conditions.

The tyres are a right **** to get back on...lots of swearing!

Previously I used to use Schwarbe Marathon Plus on two bikes, and I've never had a puncture with these. The gatorskins came with my new bike, so I thought i'd give them a try.

Now its warmer and dryer, I've put one standard Specialized tyres, which offer no protection, but are easy and quick to remove and put back on. No punctures so far with these.

Gatorskins are a little heavier than normal tyres, so if I were you, for a 100 mile sportive I'd take a spare inner tube and use either:
SPECIALIZED ESPOIR SPORT 700C CLINCHER TYRE
SPECIALIZED S-WORKS TURBO CLINCHER TYRE



Edited By: bigbadbren on May 03, 2017 08:57: updated
Good price for this tyre but have to agree with the GP4000 statement. I wonder if these are cheap as they're 23mm which are going out of 'fashion' for use as the trend moves to 25 and 28.

However I find Contis are great but perish and crack fast, two seasons cycling is usually all I manage.

I stumbled across Michelen Pro4 Endurances after reading some reviews and they have rolling resistance matching the GP4000 and puncture resistance beyond them, see the reviews. Even more annoying they are becoming EOL so hard to find and the replacements aren't as good. Though Decathlon carries them in store at £22.99 which is a very good price.
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SE bikes Big Mountain 1.0 mountain bike, 27.5" wheels, £269.99 @ CRC

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£270 gets you 24 gears and hydraulic disc brakes, frame sizes are very limited though - 15" and 21" only. SE bikes aren't some duff company, they produce some very good BMX race bikes, so these bikes… Read More
£270 gets you 24 gears and hydraulic disc brakes, frame sizes are very limited though - 15" and 21" only. SE bikes aren't some duff company, they produce some very good BMX race bikes, so these bikes…
StanLaurel Avatar2m, 8h agoFound 2 months, 8 hours ago3 Comments
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I think the tourney front derailleur is pretty much regarded as fit for purpose and the rear is Acera so it seems a well judged bike. It wasn't good value at the original price but definitely great value at this price. I'm not so obsessed with brand myself, it will likely be another taiwanese/chinese bike as per most top brands anyway. Front forks look the weakest quality component to me too but reviews indicate ok performance, neither great nor poor. Definitely seems worth this money overall with no major component failings.

http://www.sebikes.com/images/products/2017/big-mountain-275-10/high/2017_SE_BIG_MOUNTAIN_275_10_SATIN_RED_COPPER_REAR.jpg
M_z
The gears look a bit bottom of the range, but ok for the reduced price i guess?

Can't speak for the quality of the bike itself, but I have similar Tourney, Acera, and Suntour parts on a 2010 Specialized Hardrock Sport. Shifts well enough, obviously not as well as my 105 equipped road bike but, as you say, at this price it seems reasonable. Will be infinitely better than the <£200 stuff you see in supermarkets. Worst part of this bike will likely be the forks.
The gears look a bit bottom of the range, but ok for the reduced price i guess?
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3T Orbis II C35 Pro Clincher Wheelset £224.99 @Chain Reaction Cycles

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They are a pretty decent set of wheels for anyone who doesn't care to go carbon. Got them few weeks ago. Get another 10% off if you are British Cycling member. Read More
They are a pretty decent set of wheels for anyone who doesn't care to go carbon. Got them few weeks ago. Get another 10% off if you are British Cycling member.
Addnan Avatar2m, 9h agoFound 2 months, 9 hours ago4 Comments
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Not sure this is great value. I mean 1800g at this price point seems a bit heavy.
Campy Vento seems like a better option if you want a wider rim mid-range wheeler. They're both lighter and cheaper. I paid a lot less for mine.
gareth9177
What tyre size should you run on these? Most reviews seem to suggest they "support fat, race-weight clincher tires at lower inflation pressures, for more grip and comfort.". Are they designed for 25mm tyres?
25mm tyres work perfectly with them. Pretty wide internal rim so accomodates them great. They really make the 25s look chunky, looks closer to 28s in person. Wille easily take 28mm too and maybe a bit more as well if you frame can take it.

These are 25mm on my wheels.
http://i.imgur.com/2hTQBOvl.jpg
What tyre size should you run on these? Most reviews seem to suggest they "support fat, race-weight clincher tires at lower inflation pressures, for more grip and comfort.". Are they designed for 25mm tyres?
Nice wheelset. I'm after a disc wheelset at the moment if you find any deals.
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26 inch MTB tyre GEax Gato TNT for £4.99 delivered Chain Reaction Cycles, reduced from £39.99 (yeah right!)

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While the RRP is laughable, this is a decent enough tyre at a knock down price. One review which rates them at 4/5 and he put them on Mavic rims, which suggests he is not just riding to the shops on t… Read More
While the RRP is laughable, this is a decent enough tyre at a knock down price. One review which rates them at 4/5 and he put them on Mavic rims, which suggests he is not just riding to the shops on t…
backtothecaves Avatar2m, 1d agoFound 2 months, 1 day ago9 Comments
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bonzobanana
In my experience some of the cheapest tyres are the strongest and most hard wearing but also the heaviest. I was disappointed with some Schwalbe tyres which may have had good grip and been light but were expensive and short life so avoid the brand now. Some of the cheaper tyres actually have the steel reinforcing of the walls which is really good. I'm a heavy rider so have a different outlook to riders who are more concerned with weight.
Grip and hardiness are usually opposites.

Yes I realise that I understand the theory and its been my experience in practice too generally. However for me the denser, heavier tyres actually seem to hold their shape better so sometimes can seem safer compared to very light tyres. Also the low profile tyres with low rolling resistance have less surface in contact with the road so can offer less grip despite the more grippy rubber.
choices
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choices
Looking at the tread pattern definatly not a tyre for nipping to the shops., good buy for next winter.
Why? even slick tyres aren't that bad in the rain, contact patch is so small that aquaplaning isn't going to happen until you can hit 100+

Yeah, ??? unless your nipping to the shops means riding through soft mud of course , large nobbles & small contact area in corners riding tarmac or concrete.= pain in the rain.













































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Lower the pressure then. If you're only popping to the shops etc its not going to be far no? or maybe having a MTB or off road tyres aren't the way to go.
MrHot
choices
Looking at the tread pattern definatly not a tyre for nipping to the shops., good buy for next winter.
Why? even slick tyres aren't that bad in the rain, contact patch is so small that aquaplaning isn't going to happen until you can hit 100+

Yeah, ??? unless your nipping to the shops means riding through soft mud of course , large nobbles & small contact area in corners riding tarmac or concrete.= pain in the rain.













































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choices
Looking at the tread pattern definatly not a tyre for nipping to the shops., good buy for next winter.


Why? even slick tyres aren't that bad in the rain, contact patch is so small that aquaplaning isn't going to happen until you can hit 100+
bonzobanana
In my experience some of the cheapest tyres are the strongest and most hard wearing but also the heaviest. I was disappointed with some Schwalbe tyres which may have had good grip and been light but were expensive and short life so avoid the brand now. Some of the cheaper tyres actually have the steel reinforcing of the walls which is really good. I'm a heavy rider so have a different outlook to riders who are more concerned with weight.


Grip and hardiness are usually opposites.
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endura sale incl. MTR Jersey black or white S-XL £23.99 @ crc chain reaction (mountain bike jersey)

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Great jersey , fits small go a size up In the clearance section so a tenner off if you spend £75 Read More
Great jersey , fits small go a size up In the clearance section so a tenner off if you spend £75
whatyadoinsucka Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago1 Comment
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just wish that biking sizes corresponded to regular sizes and didnt come up small..
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Endura MTB mountain biking Hummvee Short Sleeve Jersey AW15 S-XL various colours only £13.99 @ CRC CHAIN REACTION

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Not a bad price various colours and sizes Read More
Not a bad price various colours and sizes
whatyadoinsucka Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago7 Comments
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CLEAR2017 for £10 but need to spend £75.
mcrobbj
Hot, also TLD tops for £19.00 down from £59.99 and 100% gloves for 10.99 from £20 and they are a steal at that.


Thanks O.P. ordered a red and a green.
Cheers OP ordered
Great price, ordered,,thanks op
Thanks - was meaning to get myself a proper cycling shirt for my short commute and in time for summer.
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Chain Reaction Sale/Clean out, up to 70% off.

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Was looking for a saddle to replace the one on my new Triban 520 as the default one provide was uncomfortable. Looking on the web, I found that the Fabric Scoop Radius was a good all-rounder, not too Read More
Was looking for a saddle to replace the one on my new Triban 520 as the default one provide was uncomfortable. Looking on the web, I found that the Fabric Scoop Radius was a good all-rounder, not too
shiningflarenova Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago3 Comments
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There's been a 70%/clearance sale for just as long as a dfs sale
lol
There's been a 70%/clearance sale for just as long as a dfs sale
Can I ask why the deal is expire ASAP?
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Original Shimano Sora/Tiagra (R50T2 all in one) Brake Pads £3.99 + £2.99 delivery CRC

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Needed some new brake pads for my bike and came across this. My brakes don't take cartridges annoyingly so was thinking about changing but then saw this and it no longer seemed worth it. Hope it helps… Read More
Needed some new brake pads for my bike and came across this. My brakes don't take cartridges annoyingly so was thinking about changing but then saw this and it no longer seemed worth it. Hope it helps…
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brake pads
Haha whoops. This is not a sad state of education system but just a very sleepy head on a Friday morning...
Braking news!
now anyone got experience with those, how bad they are comparing to Kool stops?
Thems the brakes.

oO
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Scwalbe rocket ron liteskin 29" MTB tyres £17.99 @ Chain Reaction Cycles

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cheapest ive ever seen these tyres. This lightweight ‘rocket’ fulfils many requirements all at the same time: incredible grip with extremely low weight and rolling resistance, with all technical re… Read More
cheapest ive ever seen these tyres. This lightweight ‘rocket’ fulfils many requirements all at the same time: incredible grip with extremely low weight and rolling resistance, with all technical re…
jamesg1981 Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago5 Comments
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Merlin cycles have some 29x2.2 // 27.5x2.4 continental tubeless ready which look good same price
http://bikes.merlincycles.com/search?w=Pure%20Grip

Edited By: whatyadoinsucka on Mar 14, 2017 06:27
Heat added as I work for wiggle/crc lol
Managed to bag a couple of cracking hybrid 29ers Schwalbe Hurricanes at 49% off, thanks. Heat added.
'Rocket' Ron Liteskin? Gotta be a porn actor's name!
Decent tyres but the downside is very thin sidewalls which tear easily.
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Under Armour SS17 1/4 Zip training top £16.99 @ Chain reaction. Free delivery

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Just picked one of these up today at DW reduced from £30 to £22.99. Typical just spotted it here for £16.99. Needless to say it'll now be going back Read More
Just picked one of these up today at DW reduced from £30 to £22.99. Typical just spotted it here for £16.99. Needless to say it'll now be going back
Save.the.Pound Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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Just a bit of a heads up, I think there getting more stock which you can request email alerts for.
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Gutted I missed this!
INDUSTRYHATER
You snews you loose
Ooo rather posh now aren't we ;) reminds me of John cleese

Edited By: slevinkelevra on Mar 03, 2017 21:37
You snews you loose
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Lezyne KTV Drive Front £2.99, Rear £3.49, Pro £7.99 (Free postage on £9 Spend) @ CRC chain reaction Bike lights £11.48

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they've gone down again *****go via quidco promotion £5 bonus off £10 spend , works on crc ***** lezyne branded front and rear lights spend over £9 for free delivery or pay £2.99 postage Lezyne… Read More
they've gone down again *****go via quidco promotion £5 bonus off £10 spend , works on crc ***** lezyne branded front and rear lights spend over £9 for free delivery or pay £2.99 postage Lezyne…
whatyadoinsucka Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago46 Comments
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The answer to your presumably rhetorical question is of course China, bit as we know that's only part of the equation. If you buy a Lezyne or other established brand you know what you are getting, buy a solarstorm and you have no idea which of many factories it came from and the quality or safety of the parts used. I'm sure many people have perfectly good solarstorm or similar lights but it's disingenous to say the Lezyne are a poor rival when there are so many variables.
johnnystorm
mcrobbj
Lezyne stuff is good quality if a tad over priced. If looking for lights solarstorm x3 from ebay is a far better option, there is no way you wont be seen with them.
Totally different type of lights. It's not better if you want something you can keep in your pocket, charge at work in your pc sub ports, etc. Nevermind that Lezyne are a company that makes quality products with a warranty and not a faceless Chinese wholesaler who hasn't put a fuse in the charger.
I charge my solarstorm at work, never had an issue with charger. Never had any issues with the charger. What it does do is light my way on canal paths. Don't need to pay 10-20 times the price for branded gear. Where is the lezyne light made?
qwerta369
Are these those strobe lights that blind other road users?


No, another advantage of buying 'proper' lights not Chinese lanterns.
I bought these as a set for £17.99 a couple of months ago and can't fault them.

I've mounted them with the rubber band and also zip-tied them on to stop an opportunist thief easily making off with them. I charge them while on the bike using a USB charger plug and a USB extension cable. Works a treat!!
Got these for my son, with two coca cola water bottles! 9.49 delivered, good find!