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Lidl offers....incase the 'Tour' has inspired you or yours......

Cycling Shoes
High-quality suede upper with breathable mesh panels. Breathable textile lining and insole. With pedal cleat attachment points. With reflective details for improved visibility. Robust treaded TPR sole. Sizes: ladies: 4 - 7, men: 7 - 11. Price per pair. £16.99*


2 Rear Pannier Bags
With integrated hooks and elasticated straps for a secure hold. With large storage space and various zip-up pockets. Can be used as single panniers or as a pair. With practical carry handles and an adjustable shoulder strap. £14.99*

Air Cushioned Bicycle Saddle
With integrated air pump to adjust the firmness of the saddle for a more comfortable ride. Price per item. £9.99

Bike Wall Bracket
Sturdy steel frame with 2 adjustable arms. Arms fold to save space when not in use. Easy to install. Suitable for most types of bicycle. Fixings included. £8.99*

Cycling Jacket
Lightweight wind- and water-resistant cycling jacket with roll-away hood. Stain-repellent Teflon® finish. Extended back section for increased coverage while cycling. With breathable mesh lining. £9.99*

Cycling Helmet
Durable outer and shock-absorbing EPS inner shell. Adjustable quick-fit headband for a perfect fit. Conforms to EN 1078. With reflective details for improved visibility in low light conditions. Available in various colours. £8.99*

Cycling Trousers
Breathable, moisture regulating and quick-drying Lycra® and Tactel® fabric Coolmax® padded seat area for enhanced comfort while cycling. Elasticated waistband with drawstring. With ankle zips. £7.99*

Cycling Jersey
With Coolmax® fabric which provides optimum moisture regulation with increased cooling performance and comfort. Long-sleeved jersey with zip-up collar and extended back section. With back pockets. £5.99*

Cycling Socks
With Nanofeel odour-controlling yarn. Cushioned heel and toe area. Available in various colours. Sizes: 2½ - 11. Price per pair. £2.49*

Cycling Gloves
Non-slip padded palms for extra grip and comfort. Hook & loop fastener. Available in various unisex designs. Sizes: S - XL. Price per pair. £2.29*

2-in-1 Bicycle Bag
Spacious backpack and saddlebag in one. Made from robust polyester and nylon. Easy to attach under the saddle. Price per item. £3.99*

Mini Tool Kit
Kit includes a multi-tool, repair patches, glue, combination spanners, tyre levers and more. Quick and easy to attach under the saddle. Price per kit. £ 4.99*

Mini Foot Pump
Practical and compact foot pump with integrated pressure gauge. Max. pressure (psi): 120. Hose length approx. (cm): 45. Valve types: Presta & Schrader. Includes frame bag, adaptors for inflating air beds, balls and much more. Price per item. £2.99*

Bicycle Light Set
Contains front light with an extra bright Krypton bulb, rear LED light and 2 brackets. Includes VARTA batteries. Available in black or silver. Price per set. £2.99*
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#1
it's worth noting that these offers don't start till Thursday 23rd July
#2
thanks for posting, will def go and buy some gloves:thumbsup:
#3
Lidl usually do this kind of deal every year,it is awesome gear,and the quality of the stuff is really,really good-could save you a fair few bob!! Hot find!!
#4
Go for the bicycle pump - I have bought 3 so-far (1 for myself and 2 for friends). They are really sturdy, include a pressure gauge, and really good value for money!
#5
Any one if the cycle shoes they have on offer are the same as the ones they have sold previously?

I'm looking for a pair of SPD cycle shoes and they seem to be around £50 usually, so £16.99 for a pair sounds excellent.
#6
mbailey
Any one if the cycle shoes they have on offer are the same as the ones they have sold previously?

I'm looking for a pair of SPD cycle shoes and they seem to be around £50 usually, so £16.99 for a pair sounds excellent.

cheapy spds arent that good,they dont usaully last that long,
sidi spd's will last for years:thumbsup:
#7
£3.99 for a gel seat cover
Paid £9.76 from argoose about 3 weeks ago:(
#8
7 posts and no one has been knocking these deals yet! The Lycra Louts must all still be in bed - or out playing with traffic! The lights have already taken a pounding in another listing.

Of course it's not the best quality stuff but it's good enough for mere mortals and at terrific prices. Hot!
#9
JACKIT99
cheapy spds arent that good,they dont usaully last that long,


I bought some of the SPD shoes last time there were on offer at Lidl in February. I've done over 4,000 miles with them on my road bike, so I don't think they can be criticised in terms of durability.

ClashInDevon
#10
agnostic
£3.99 for a gel seat cover
Paid £9.76 from argoose about 3 weeks ago:(


Am i being a bit slow...but where is this offered?!
#12
ClashInDevon
I bought some of the SPD shoes last time there were on offer at Lidl in February. I've done over 4,000 miles with them on my road bike, so I don't think they can be criticised in terms of durability.

ClashInDevon


Mine lasted a week, and the cleat on one of the shoes came out daily. Took them back, got a refund no problem.
#13
Anyone any experience with the "cycling trousers"?

Bought a helmet last time, and I'm very pleased with it - lasted about 500 miles so far, no problems.
#14
Besford
7 posts and no one has been knocking these deals yet! The Lycra Louts must all still be in bed - or out playing with traffic! The lights have already taken a pounding in another listing.

Of course it's not the best quality stuff but it's good enough for mere mortals and at terrific prices. Hot!


Actually the Lidl/Aldi cycling range tends to be very decent and has great reviews from cyclist.

And that is the reason noone who knows what they are talking about are mocking it.

I know you are trying to stir it up just because in other bike threads some people like myself prefer to give out advice in an area we are knowledgeable to people who aren't. For some reason, you seem to want to mock them

Do you do this when techno-phillies warn people against a bad makes of tvs or a car enthusiast warns people of unsafe cars?

I will no longer being giving out any advice to people about bikes because lets face it, its not really worth it now is it? All I was trying to do was help.

Anyways, these items from Lidls are very decent and I will be picking up the jacket, gloves and socks this time out. Voted hot.
#15
Toybhoy
Actually the Lidl/Aldi cycling range tends to be very decent and has great reviews from cyclist.

And that is the reason noone who knows what they are talking about are mocking it.

I know you are trying to stir it up just because in other bike threads some people like myself prefer to give out advice in an area we are knowledgeable to people who aren't. For some reason, you seem to want to mock them

Do you do this when techno-phillies warn people against a bad makes of tvs or a car enthusiast warns people of unsafe cars?

I will no longer being giving out any advice to people about bikes because lets face it, its not really worth it now is it? All I was trying to do was help.

Anyways, these items from Lidls are very decent and I will be picking up the jacket, gloves and socks this time out. Voted hot.


Hey Toybhoy

Why give in to the uninformed comments?, many people have been helped by your advice, just turn yourself off to the playground comments and remember the people you've helped.
#16
ianlash
Mine lasted a week, and the cleat on one of the shoes came out daily. Took them back, got a refund no problem.


Fair enough, obviously your experience was very different to mine.

I'm curious as to why you attribute the cleat problem to the shoe. The cleat doesn't come with the shoe, so it had to be supplied and fitted by you.

ClashInDevon
#17
The Aldi cycling range is good for certain things and not so good for other items.

I bought a track pump but it failed to pump my tyres past 75 psi. It should be good for pumping MTB tyres, but I wouldn't recommend it for road tyres. Bought a Toppeak Joe blow sport and it pumps to 120psi effortlessly.

The stitching on the Aldi overshoes I got came away at the zip after one ride. Bought a pair of endura overshoes and approximately 1500 miles in they are still showing no signs of wear.

The Aldi cycling shirts on the other hand are great training tops and represent great value for money and this also goes for most of the other Aldi cycle clothing range.
#18
chaffordred
The Aldi cycling range is good for certain things and not so good for other items.

I bought a track pump but it failed to pump my tyres past 75 psi. It should be good for pumping MTB tyres, but I wouldn't recommend it for road tyres. Bought a Toppeak Joe blow sport and it pumps to 120psi effortlessly.

The stitching on the Aldi overshoes I got came away at the zip after one ride. Bought a pair of endura overshoes and approximately 1500 miles in they are still showing no signs of wear.

The Aldi cycling shirts on the other hand are great training tops and represent great value for money and this also goes for most of the other Aldi cycle clothing range.


An interesting review of the Aldi range, but I'm not sure how relevant it is to Lidl products.

I personally bought and use a Lidl track pump and it goes well over 100 psi.

ClashInDevon
#19
ClashInDevon
Fair enough, obviously your experience was very different to mine.

I'm curious as to why you attribute the cleat problem to the shoe. The cleat doesn't come with the shoe, so it had to be supplied and fitted by you.

ClashInDevon


The bolts holding the cleat into the shoe kept coming out, both the bolts supplied with the shoes and the ones supplied with the cleats. Using the same cleats with the same bolts with the same pedals on some Specialized shoes now, for the last few months without problems.
#20
Toybhoy
Actually the Lidl/Aldi cycling range tends to be very decent and has great reviews from cyclist.

And that is the reason noone who knows what they are talking about are mocking it.

I know you are trying to stir it up just because in other bike threads some people like myself prefer to give out advice in an area we are knowledgeable to people who aren't. For some reason, you seem to want to mock them

Do you do this when techno-phillies warn people against a bad makes of tvs or a car enthusiast warns people of unsafe cars?

I will no longer being giving out any advice to people about bikes because lets face it, its not really worth it now is it? All I was trying to do was help.

Anyways, these items from Lidls are very decent and I will be picking up the jacket, gloves and socks this time out. Voted hot.

It's not personal to you! That seems very balanced but the lights have been taking a pounding on another thread. I think any constructive advice/criticism should be welcomed (thanks for yours) but knocking stuff because it's not the best, regardless of price, as some do is ridiculous. My point is always that you have to compare apples with apples, eg not as someone did, knocking a £50 bike and proposing a £300 one instead! On another £50 bike thread we had sad people who felt compelled to show the world their £1,000 - £7,000 bikes. Certain products seem to elicit this extreme reaction: chicken, Primark and bikes in particular!

I like Lidl too.
#21
Like Toybhoy I did say to myself that I wasn't going to post in any more biking threads, mainly due to being on the receiving end of some of Besford's offensive comments, but what the hell - I feel like biting tonight.


Besford
It's not personal to you!


No - not personal to Toybhoy - it seems to be to anybody who expresses a different opinion to yourself on anything to do with cycling gear.

Besford
I think any constructive advice/criticism should be welcomed


So why are you always offensive to people who express opinions and advice that differs from your point of view?

Besford
knocking stuff because it's not the best, regardless of price, as some do is ridiculous.


Of all the recent contentious discussions on cycling gear, my take on them has been that the primary concern is that the quality is poor. The cost is secondary.

Besford
not as someone did, knocking a £50 bike and proposing a £300 one instead!


With some products there is a certain level of quality that the consensus of people who know a 'bit' about it would recommend not dropping below. Mountain bikes are designed for riding off-road. If a bike has a level of componentry that is not going to cope with that intended usage, then it doesn't matter what the cost is, it is unsuitable for that purpose. One recent £50 'mountain bike' was described as being suitable for roads and smooth trails. I don't know many mountains that you can get up by road and smooth trail, but at least in that case the did state its limitations - mostly they don't.

Besford
On another £50 bike thread we had sad people who felt compelled to show the world their £1,000 - £7,000 bikes.


They guy was showing of his pride and joy, not suggesting it as an alternative to a £50 bike. People post pictures of allsorts on here.

Besford

Certain products seem to elicit this extreme reaction: chicken, Primark and bikes in particular!


Well that seems to be about the only thing we can agree on.
#22
Cotterpin
Like Toybhoy I did say to myself that I wasn't going to post in any more biking threads, mainly due to being on the receiving end of some of Besford's offensive comments, but what the hell - I feel like biting tonight.




No - not personal to Toybhoy - it seems to be to anybody who expresses a different opinion to yourself on anything to do with cycling gear.



So why are you always offensive to people who express opinions and advice that differs from your point of view?



Of all the recent contentious discussions on cycling gear, my take on them has been that the primary concern is that the quality is poor. The cost is secondary.



With some products there is a certain level of quality that the consensus of people who know a 'bit' about it would recommend not dropping below. Mountain bikes are designed for riding off-road. If a bike has a level of componentry that is not going to cope with that intended usage, then it doesn't matter what the cost is, it is unsuitable for that purpose. One recent £50 'mountain bike' was described as being suitable for roads and smooth trails. I don't know many mountains that you can get up by road and smooth trail, but at least in that case the did state its limitations - mostly they don't.



They guy was showing of his pride and joy, not suggesting it as an alternative to a £50 bike. People post pictures of allsorts on here.



Well that seems to be about the only thing we can agree on.

I think you've made my points for me as well as I did for myself, thanks. The only thing I would take issue with is the assertion that my remarks were offensive - they may have challenged your views and contained a little humour sometimes but they certainly weren't offensive (I've seen plenty of genuinely offensive remarks here in the past and received one or two, sadly that's the way the world is). Anyone who comes on here to knock a deal has to be prepared to be challenged and cycling is now a topic where people have started to get their defence in first.

I've noticed that the 'knockers' seem to have backed off on the most recent thread (for a cheap ladies bike), coincidence or not I don't know. The point is that a £50 bike is just that - it won't come within a million miles of satisfying a real enthusiast but most of us aren't enthusiasts. As Mightymoosie put it: "I've just bought one - thanks OP! I haven't been on a bike since I was 13 and just want one to pop into town! ifs it crap then I haven't really lost much!" - good luck to her. Maybe the cheapest 'quality' bike the enthusiasts would accept is £300+ but that's totally irrelevant as this lady and many others simply aren't going to spend anything like that. Similarly they aren't going to spend £50 on a light set, even if it is way better than the one I posted for under £1 recently, got pounced on and decided these genuine deals shouldn't all get knocked down by the bike lobby. Me? I'm in the fortunate position that I could buy one of those wonders of two wheeled engineering if I wished, but for the few times I cycle I'm very happy with my 20 year old cheap ($99 in the USA) 'all terrain' bike, which has never let me down and certainly isn't the disaster predicted on here for every cheap bike.

I rest my case but invite you to continue to leave helpful remarks on here whilst accepting that it is not a specialist bike enthusiasts' site and you have to be prepared to have your views challenged by those who view cycling from a different perspective. Advise the naive if you feel you must but please accept that there is a market you don't shop in below the best kit and some people have to or simply choose to shop there.
#23
Besford
The only thing I would take issue with is the assertion that my remarks were offensive - they may have challenged your views and contained a little humour sometimes but they certainly weren't offensive (I've seen plenty of genuinely offensive remarks here in the past and received one or two, sadly that's the way the world is). Anyone who comes on here to knock a deal has to be prepared to be challenged and cycling is now a topic where people have started to get their defence in first.


Then you may need to adjust your humour control. The following comments are yours from cycling threads directed at people who hold a different opinion to yourself: "Lycra louts", "mugs", "people with 'attitude", "obsessive", "an expert (at least in your own mind)", of "suspect … mental state".

Not exactly conducive to "constructive advice/criticism".
#24
Cotterpin
Then you may need to adjust your humour control. The following comments are yours from cycling threads directed at people who hold a different opinion to yourself: "Lycra louts", "mugs", "people with 'attitude", "obsessive", "an expert (at least in your own mind)", of "suspect … mental state".

Not exactly conducive to "constructive advice/criticism".


And these are the EXACT type of name callings that made me reconsider giving out advice to people.

I've had alot of people PMing me advice on bikes. Name calling like the above puts everybody off especially those who are looking for genuine advice but doesn't want to be drawn into arguments that faces a backlash as above.

Besford, I agree that you should change this "humour" of yours in that case.

Infact, if you look at the most of the posts, you might find that people who were against the cheap bikes et al were not anywhere near as hostile as you.
#25
Toybhoy
And these are the EXACT type of name callings that made me reconsider giving out advice to people.

I've had alot of people PMing me advice on bikes. Name calling like the above puts everybody off especially those who are looking for genuine advice but doesn't want to be drawn into arguments that faces a backlash as above.

Besford, I agree that you should change this "humour" of yours in that case.

Infact, if you look at the most of the posts, you might find that people who were against the cheap bikes et al were not anywhere near as hostile as you.

Whilst we will probably continue to disagree to some extent I promise to bear your surprising sensitivity in mind in the future. I can't claim to have invented 'Lycra Louts' - it's a widely used term in the media referring to that element of the cycling community who consider that they are above the law, other road users must fit in with their needs and it's never their fault. You will know better than me how representative they are but London in particular has a plague of them and they do the 'hobby' no favours.

Cotterpin and yourself seem to have decided that these remarks are aimed at you personally - clearly they are not as I don't know who you are and you haven't been leaving the kind of destructive or irrelevant remarks which the majority are getting tired of. Mine are generic comments aimed at those who pounce on every cheap cycling deal with some sort of evangelical fervour to tell the world to avoid them whilst promoting their own expensive tastes. I'm not even particularly interested in cycling but I do respect people's right to post (and buy) cheap bikes and HUKD is a great place to share their finds. Similarly, £1000 off a £7000 bike would probably be a hot deal to an enthusiast, but it's simply not an alternative to a £50 bike!

I have already indicated there have been some very balanced comments from you and/or Cotterpin, but while we're in the mood for quotes I'll finish with these, typical of what I'm referring to:

"Rubish, shity quality. Stay away. Not safety on the road."
"The worst thing about this bike is that it will be unpleasant to ride, slow, clunky, heavy, uncomfortable."
"£50 for a bike!!! Wow! I'm sure that's going to have the best of components."
"Just to add that these bikes a complete junk."
"The main problem with people who buy these bikes is that they generally don't know anything else.... these anchors with wheels."
"£50 for a poo bike ... hmm"
"you clearly don't know how to (or are interested in how to) ride one properly. "
"You have to smile at all the uninformed people in this thread! "
"Voted cold. If it's junk its junk whatever the price."
"...barraged by inaccurate and humourless comments by belligerent morons. So, have as much fun as befits your limited intelligences. You are not worthy of further attention."
"...Someone who is too dim-witted to appreciate a little helpful advice..."

And I'll close with one from yourself, which some may find offensive in these PC times but I originally thought had been written in good humour: " Yeah but alot of those laughing would be fat and podgy and have never seen any exercise except to haul their fat ass to McDonalds for their next meal and when this recumbent cyclist stands up, it'll be him thats laughing at them."

Now, 89p for a McD burger - that's a deal (just kidding!).
#26
Thanks OP, just picked up a decent array of stuff at our local Lidl.

Panniers, seat, foot pump, jackets and other odds and sods.

Seems pretty decent, but we are rank amateurs.
#27
Ironically I saw a lorry drive into a cyclist outside a Lidl a couple of hours ago.

(cyclist was okay, but it was a very loud bang, and lots of people rushing to gawp)
#28
Picked up puncture repair aerosol and foot pump. Other stuff looked good too, especially value of clothing, which I didn't need. Surprising amount of stock left in afternoon too.

Aerosol (not listed in post, £1.99) could be handy in an emergency but unfortunately pump is awful: seemed a good idea but connectors don't work well, keeps falling over in use, lens falls off pressure gauge and starting to crack after pumping 2 tyres. I guess unfortunately it reflects the price.

Overall still a hot post though.

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