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Thomson Elite Inline Black 30.8x 410mm Seat Post £39.99 @ CycleSports UK + 10% off orders over£50

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Thomson Elite Inline Black 30.8x 410mm Seat Post. Shorter 30.8 x 367mm also available Great price and the cheapest I have ever seen at £39.99 for a quality American made Seat post. These have sto…
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XXX>>EXPIRED<£19.99 @ Cycle Sports UK

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Great Mountain bike commuter tyre at a price not often seen. Price includes free delivery. Schwalbe Marathon Plus Tyre With Smart Guard 26 x 1.75 Features: The Marathon Plus will master the
cheaperthebetter Avatar2y, 8m agoFound 2 years, 8 months ago35 Comments
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Cycled Lands End to John O`Groats in ten days on a hybrid and wanted trouble free over any weight saving. These tyres did not disappoint. No punctures.
I now ride a road bike to work every day with Hutchinson tyres and find these almost as puncture proof but lighter. A cheap set of basic michelins gave me almost daily punctures.
Going back to my hybrid now with these tyres seems like dragging too much weight and is such hard work I don`t know how I did the long ride a few years ago......

Well done on the ride.Yeah, I find these tyres are heavy but good for winter commutes when fixing a puncture on a dark ,wet and cold day is not desirable.
Cycled Lands End to John O`Groats in ten days on a hybrid and wanted trouble free over any weight saving. These tyres did not disappoint. No punctures.
I now ride a road bike to work every day with Hutchinson tyres and find these almost as puncture proof but lighter. A cheap set of basic michelins gave me almost daily punctures.
Going back to my hybrid now with these tyres seems like dragging too much weight and is such hard work I don`t know how I did the long ride a few years ago......
Bonacentral

Ideal if you regularly travel at 12 MPH or under. Because with these on they will greatly contribute to your decline in speed.

I don't find a massive speed difference, yes they're a lot heavier than race tyres, but I only use these for commuting where the protection is more important than raw speed. Anybody with real leg muscles from cycling, rather than finger muscles from trolling, won't notice much difference.
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Jimmyboy
Years ago on Tomorrows World I remember they had a bike tyre on there which was solid rather than air filled. This was to be the future and you would never have a puncture again. Wonder what happened to those.

http://www.tiredofpunctures.com/ Something like these?

Anyone tried these?

Alright for wheelbarrows and push chairs but I would steer well clear of solid tyres for cycles.I worked in a bike shop early 90s which tried to sell solid Greentyres.
Yes, they sold them but most people came back complaining.

(1) Very hard to fit to rim
(2) Once fitted the tyre moved on the rim.
(3) If Brake and Skid and rub the Knobbly tread off you will certainly be able to feel this when you ride
(3) Uncomfortable Ride transmitting Bumps & Vibes through your bones.
(4) Totally dead feel when riding soaking up lots of rider's energy.

That was in the 90s maybe more advanced now but doubt it.
Best options:
(1) Puncture resistant lightweight tyre
(2) Slime inner tubes
(3) Go tubeless and use latex sealant.




Thanks. Will look at OP's then.
HotDealKev
omgpleasespamme
Jimmyboy
Years ago on Tomorrows World I remember they had a bike tyre on there which was solid rather than air filled. This was to be the future and you would never have a puncture again. Wonder what happened to those.

http://www.tiredofpunctures.com/ Something like these?

Anyone tried these?

Alright for wheelbarrows and push chairs but I would steer well clear of solid tyres for cycles.I worked in a bike shop early 90s which tried to sell solid Greentyres.
Yes, they sold them but most people came back complaining.

(1) Very hard to fit to rim
(2) Once fitted the tyre moved on the rim.
(3) If Brake and Skid and rub the Knobbly tread off you will certainly be able to feel this when you ride
(3) Uncomfortable Ride transmitting Bumps & Vibes through your bones.
(4) Totally dead feel when riding soaking up lots of rider's energy.

That was in the 90s maybe more advanced now but doubt it.
Best options:
(1) Puncture resistant lightweight tyre
(2) Slime inner tubes
(3) Go tubeless and use latex sealant.




Edited By: cheaperthebetter on Mar 17, 2014 11:43: better comment
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Garmin Forerunner 620 with HRM+Run chest strap £314.99 @ CyclesportsUK

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The recently released Garmin Forerunner 620 with HRM+Run for £314.99 as opposed to the full price of £359.99 - giving you a 13% saving, which is probably the best genuine retailer price currently out
Hilly0206 Avatar2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago2 Comments
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voted hot, although still really expensive for a running watch!
Thanks for posting. I’ve added the price and merchant to the title.
Here’s a ‘Help’ link which gives tips and advice on thread posting.
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Cateye Stealth 10 Wireless GPS Cycle Computer @ cycle sports uk £63.99

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A basic simple to use GPS unit in a super tough case. no wires or sensors to complicate things, it’s just a case of working out which way round you want the head unit on bar or stem and then wind…
Bigsur Avatar3y, 3m agoFound 3 years, 3 months ago3 Comments
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Does it make revving motor bike noises when I go really fast?
True, only about £20 more for the Garmin Edge 200 if you're lucky. But if you don't need/want to be able to follow courses, get this.
At that price you could almost get a Garmin Edge 200 if you find the right deal
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Giro Proof 100 Winter Gloves £32.99 @ CyclesportsUK

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These are fantastic Winter Cycling gloves. Still keep my hands warm even in these ridiculous -5/6 temperatures! Cheapest I can find them anywhere. Bike radar rate them as 5* gloves!
wilkotron Avatar3y, 10m agoFound 3 years, 10 months ago6 Comments
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Btw, check eBay at the moment. There's been a lot of auctions for Mountain Equipment and Marmot gloves (like the Stretch, XT's etc). You may well get a pair of those even cheaper than these. I got the ME Randonee's for a Xmas gift and tested them in freezing weather for over 300 miles. Always toasty and I've got serious problems with cold hands when out biking. If you can find them on sale somewhere definitely pick them up.
Useless gloves. They stop you from giving the middle finger to drivers who think the horn is supposed to be used whenever a bike is in front of you. :{
Do they stop you from signing on?
Darroch
Anyone getting a giro could not afford these :p
Actually, i'm sure its quite the opposite!!!!!
Anyone getting a giro could not afford these :p
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Altura Night Vision Evo 2012 cycling jacket £79.99 @ CyclesportsUK

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Cycle Sport uk have the Altura night vision evo cycling jacket for £79.99 (all colours and sizes at time of posting) RRP £99.99, if you cycle this is a fab jacket with great reviews. Or Ha…
The Shopper Avatar4y, 1m agoFound 4 years, 1 month ago8 Comments
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Is it really worth paying £80? Should I go for the windproof jacket for £35? Altura Windproof jacket

evo is far better but as someone said depends what you want - best to try them on - they have them in evans stores who also will price match most stores/online stores

Edited By: royals on Nov 13, 2012 00:24
only jackets better are Gore ones but they are £2-300+

Edited By: royals on Nov 13, 2012 00:22
roof30
Windproof is not waterproof generally. It depends entirely on what your motivation for buying the jacket is. I wear a windproof jacket underneath my Nightvision Evo jacket.

eh? why? the evo is windproof!
roof30
Are you sure yours isn't just the Nightvision Jacket rather than the Nightvision Evo royals? Have seen the Nightvision for sale for around £20, but never the Evo.

Hot from me as that's a fantastic price for an excellent jacket.

nope it was £99.99 at very, but i had £50 of vouchers and £30 for opening a new account, so £80 off

well worth the money - i cycle 5 miles to work in a polo shirt and this jacket, nothing else needed on top!
Windproof is not waterproof generally. It depends entirely on what your motivation for buying the jacket is. I wear a windproof jacket underneath my Nightvision Evo jacket.
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Shimano MW81 Gore-Tex Winter SPD Boots @ cycle sports uk £112.50

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Arguably the best Winter MTB SPD shoe. Was looking for the best deal, and this is it I think. I was lucky enough to get them for £101.25 at the weekend when they were doing a further 10% off. Still a
jetsetwilly Avatar5y, 1m agoFound 5 years, 1 month ago13 Comments
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These are actually still £101, they take 10% off at checkout, cheers jetset, ordered :)
mobile phone verses cobblers

FIGHT!!!!!!!!!!!
Agreed, seems like a great deal to me, hot.

I'll look into getting a pair of sealskinz, cheers
Mascherano
Oh I know a lot about this. I also know that everyone I know who owns SPD's goes to great lengths to tell you about them.
They are just an accessory for show-offs

Each to their own. Some people prefer flats, some cages, some cleats. Personally I'm in the latter for the advantages they offer.


souljacker
After just coming home from mountain biking and going through a few huge puddles and getting soaking wet feet i now need something like this, maybe boots or even seal skins, anyone recommend any others?

Sealskin socks (the mid thermals or whatever they are calling them this year) are pretty good at keeping your feet warm and keeping the water from the inside of your shoe from your skin. Overshoes too might be of some use. For cold, wet Winter specific MTB activity with cleats, the "best" options are the shoes/boots in the £100+ range such as Northwave Celsius Arctic, Shimano MW81 etc.


Deelon
lucky to get them for a £100 quid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

do you need to be on this site?

These shoes have an RRP £150, so £112.50 (or around £100) is pretty good for them. They are expensive, but they are a good investment over a number of years, especially with the sorts of winters we've had recently.

Do people who post TV, computer and mobile phone deals that cost several hundred pounds get as much stick? A deal is a deal surely?


Edited By: jetsetwilly on Oct 20, 2011 23:26
Oh I know a lot about this. I also know that everyone I know who owns SPD's goes to great lengths to tell you about them.
They are just an accessory for show-offs
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SixSixOne 661 Raji Gloves 2010 £9.99 del @ CycleSportsUK

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summer cycling gloves......found and bought these instead....got dispatch confirmation email same day !!!! direct link see 2nd post....... sizes only available are .... £24.99 £9.99 SixS…
paw2304 Avatar5y, 8m agoFound 5 years, 8 months ago6 Comments
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Smiff
good price, would buy for summer if i didn't already have a pair..edit: £10 is fairly common discount price for these. thin material doesnt last long, my fav. summer glove though!

Couldn't agree more with all points.

Great glove at low price but the trade off is they don't last that long.
I have bought 3 pairs of 661, and all have worn in less than a month,

Use seal skin now they are heavier, but have lasted a year and still going strong
cheapest price on fleabay .....255 sold @ £13.99.....
item number 350404338029


Edited By: paw2304 on Mar 11, 2011 00:22
good price, would buy for summer if i didn't already have a pair..

edit: £10 is fairly common discount price for these. thin material doesnt last long, my fav. summer glove though!

Edited By: Smiff on Mar 11, 2011 00:23: blah
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New 2011 Giro Xar £90.00* @ Cycle Sports UK (RRP: £114)

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(If COLD please state why or post cheaper deal! :( ) I've been looking to get a new helmet and I was about to buy something from Met. But then found this instead and damn is it awesome! (See Deta…
Klis Avatar5y, 10m agoFound 5 years, 10 months ago8 Comments
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Not voting because on the face of it this is a decent price for this helmet.

Personally I wouldn't fork out this sort of cash for a helmet though. You can pick up a well made, comfortable, light, branded helmet for £30- £40 such as these.

Giro Indicator £24.99
http://www.evanscycles.com/products/giro/indicator-helmet-ec010547

Specialized Align £29.99
http://www.evanscycles.com/products/specialized/align-helmet-ec019730
Hot from me Klis. I wear a Giro Hex and have experienced its fantastic build quality firsthand. Was cycling down a hill and cornered at the bottom in the rain; front tyre blew out and I hit the tarmac at high speed very hard. Head hit road so hard I had a massive lump, even with the helmet on. Save to say, if I hadn't been wearing it I would have died.
Good I am glad 'your' mind is made up!
I highly disagree :P

The tesco's direct version as you have stated, most likely is made of just polystyrene and plastic, though I am sure it meets the standards.
But comfort, weight, size/fit, durability after +1 knock are all factors that need to be taken into consideration when choosing the right lid.

Anyway, I don't need you to tell me which is better as I have made 'my' mind up already :) - If you want to promote the Tesco own brand as the superior class of helmet, then please be my guest.

Edited By: Klis on Jan 25, 2011 15:57
Klis
That's unfortunate for you sir, but isn't this site about good deals and not personal preference?

A saving of almost £30 is a good deal any day in my book.


You are right and thats why i did not vote cold. Just I dont believe its a bargain as the price is over inflated to make you feel like it will do a better job.
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Gatorskin Hardshell Bike Tyre £24,99 with Free Postage @ CyclesportsUK £24.99

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Cheapest price I have seen for these excellent tyres for a commuter bike and there is Free Delivery! I have seen them for £22.95 at Parkers International but with P&P it takes them to £26.90.
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themeanveg
I see where you're coming from regarding the GP4000 and they do get good reviews, I can only comment on views from my friends.

We could debate the merits of the Hardshell over the standard Gatorskins all day but they are a different product and have different prices. For a bit more info I found this thread;[url=" target="_blank" rel="nofollow"> http://forums.roadbikereview.com/showthread.php?p=2721643

Out of interest what bike do you run your tyres on?

My steed is a Team Carbon Boardman. Yourself? I've only started riding in the past 18 months but have already got the cycling bug - upgraded wheels, saddle and more clothing and accessories than can now fit in a drawer previously full of 'normal' clothing!!!

The only reason I keep harping on about GP4000s is because had a spate on punctures on some lesser Continentals and then I tried the Michelins which split in less than 2 months. I have heard good things about Gatorskins but most roadies on the Bikeradar forum give glowing recommendations about the GP4000s - they are probably faster than the Gators but the Gators are probably tougher. I will look at those threads you've posted though.

Ah the Team Carbon is an excellent little machine, I ride a Ribble Scuro HCR which is a fantastic bike for the money. Once you get the bug its impossible to get rid of ;)

I do appreciate the reviews the GP4000s get and I am considering getting them as my summer tire but for this time of year I prefer the comfort of having something I think may be a little bit tougher.

Either way I know its unlikely many tyres can match my stint of 12 months/riding everyday on Marathon plus without a single puncture!
themeanveg
I see where you're coming from regarding the GP4000 and they do get good reviews, I can only comment on views from my friends.

We could debate the merits of the Hardshell over the standard Gatorskins all day but they are a different product and have different prices. For a bit more info I found this thread; http://forums.roadbikereview.com/showthread.php?p=2721643

Out of interest what bike do you run your tyres on?


My steed is a Team Carbon Boardman. Yourself? I've only started riding in the past 18 months but have already got the cycling bug - upgraded wheels, saddle and more clothing and accessories than can now fit in a drawer previously full of 'normal' clothing!!!

The only reason I keep harping on about GP4000s is because had a spate on punctures on some lesser Continentals and then I tried the Michelins which split in less than 2 months. I have heard good things about Gatorskins but most roadies on the Bikeradar forum give glowing recommendations about the GP4000s - they are probably faster than the Gators but the Gators are probably tougher. I will look at those threads you've posted though.
I see where you're coming from regarding the GP4000 and they do get good reviews, I can only comment on views from my friends.

We could debate the merits of the Hardshell over the standard Gatorskins all day but they are a different product and have different prices. For a bit more info I found this thread; http://forums.roadbikereview.com/showthread.php?p=2721643

Out of interest what bike do you run your tyres on?
themeanveg
The first set of tyres you posted are just for the standard Gatorskins (though the "Ultra" name suggests they are the 2009 model as they are now just known as Gatorskins). The ones I posted are the new 2010 Hardshell version.

Whilst I agree the GP4000s are a great tyre I have seen many friends have issues with the durability of them. I know tyres will always be a personal choice and some quiet often luck plays a role in whether they last a decent time.

My point was that this is the cheapest I have seen these tyres and surely thats what this site is about?

bisoner
I don't think these are that cheap. These look very similar and are cheaper (free postage on orders over £35):

Continental Ultra Gator Skin Rigid

However, I would only use these on my bike as it gives you great puncture resistance along with low rolling resistance:

Continental GP4000S


First point - I've been using Conti GP 4000s all of 2010 and not had a single puncture - I had Pro Race 3's before them and whilst they were faster they didn't last long at all. All of my cycling friends use the GP 4000s and the guys doing LEJOG earlier this year found them extremely reliable.

As for the posted tyres, it sounds like a bit of rebranding rather than entirely new tyre technology. I stand by my comments that the ones I have posted would be better value, even if they are a vastly inferior (I doubt it!!) 2009 model.
[quote=chill1707]Am I correct in thinking that this is £24.99 each? so the title should read
"Gatorskin Hardshell Bike Tyre"
not
"Gatorskin Hardshell Bike Tyres"
Unless this is for a pair, but I don't think so? I would be happy to be proven wrong, please?[/quote]

Yes sorry you're right it is per a tyre, if you find a pair at this price buy as many as you can.
;)
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Shimano M665 SLX Double mtb bike Chainset 170mm £86.40 @ CyclesportsUK

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Shimano M665 SLX Double Chainset - HollowTech II - 36/22T Features: * All-mountain SLX HollowTech II chainset is tough and aggressive yet also lightweight and excellent value * Th…
Smiff Avatar6y, 3w agoFound 6 years, 3 weeks ago3 Comments
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just as i was giving up it turned up today, props to CyclesportsUK, they could easily have just cancelled the order.

Not boxed but doesn't matter, correct spec, with BB, bargain :)

Edited By: Smiff on Nov 25, 2010 18:11
ok link seems to have gone and been replaced by
http://www.cyclesportsuk.co.uk/product_info.php?products_id=5976&cPath=283
(£139.99!)

so shows over i think folks, well done anyone who gets one.

next best probably
Wiggle have 2 for £104 - edit: gone, no more till christmas?
http://www.wiggle.co.uk/shimano-slx-m665-hollowtech-ii-double-chainset/
£107 ish at Merlin (was under £100 at weekend offer)
http://www.merlincycles.co.uk/Bike+Shop/MTB++Parts/Transmission++Gears/Chainsets+-+MTB/SLX+Double++Bash+Chainset_1468.htm

and a few shops i've never heard of have em at around same price inc del

could try this guy at £90 for 175mm, never heard of them
http://www.lexs.co.uk/Default.aspx?ProductId=20454






Edited By: Smiff on Nov 16, 2010 11:49: blah
oh and this 10% off price expires midnight monday. another 1 day shenanigans sorry.
unlike merlin this site really does end its deals at midnight. but, they do this sale almost every weekend so don't panic. and don't subscribe to their newsletter either...

can't believe i had to add this seller to HukD. been using them for years the guy is trustworthy. he phoned me up once when stock problem, not many shops bother. i'll try to post more of their deals they used to regularly be the cheapest, now not so much.



Edited By: Smiff on Nov 15, 2010 03:56: blah