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Genesis Equilibrium Decade, £699.00, fully equipped with dynamo hub, 725 reynolds frame @ Edinburgh Bicycle Co-operative

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I think this is a solid all round bike, good quality stuff on it, designed to last. I'm not sure how popular this deal will be, because it's not a planet-x carbon bike, or a bike from argos for £70 o…
alexdodd Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago9 Comments
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much more "real world" than some of the bike you see on here. this is a superb, practical bike that will last donkeys years! superb deal!
Good bike. Should be a smooth and reliable ride with decent equipment level too. voted hot.
That is a brilliant commuter/tourer. I prefer a double crankset, and I love discs - otherwise I would be scheming. That's a bike for life.

Edited By: gaijintendo on Sep 22, 2016 20:55
Rogier_Arpignot
Dynamo front light but no rear light..Strange.

I agree that is strange, i guess it saved construction costs? It shouldn't take too much to add one, connected to the front though. Everything is already there?
Dynamo front light but no rear light..Strange.
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Edinburgh Bicycle Cooperative Revolution Cross 0 '16 for £199.00

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Was good at £249 but even better now! Especially good if you have just started at uni and looking for something simple to get around on. Also various other bikes at good prices if single speed or d…
stingebinge Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago34 Comments
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li0nhead
Related to this it might be worth checking if your work has a cycle to work scheme.

Mine has some thing going where you can buy the bike out of your pre tax income (discount of whatever tax rate you pay).

ok not done it myself but if you are into this it may be worth checking with your employment perks.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cycle_to_Work_scheme



Schemes like that are good, but often you have to pay RRP of the bike. Can be better (particularly if you pay tax at 20%) to get an end of season bike (retailers always have sales at end of summer beginning or autumn before new season models are announced) which could see you save up to 50% on RRP.
DudleyGuy
Cold, can get a car for this price, and have 5 gears!


Or have a bike and get fit. Minimal maintenance and running costs (unlike a car) no road tax and little (if any) insurance. Plus not polluting the planet. Plus you don't have to have a lot of space to keep it.

Edited By: robwdavies on Oct 03, 2016 18:51: Error
DudleyGuy
Cold, can get a car for this price, and have 5 gears!


Excellent insight.
kramer2088
This seems to be a serious single speed rather than a fashion item. I like my SS but only for a commute route and on quiet ( pre 7am ) route to work. Pulling out to into traffic or onto a roundabout o ( on a hill) is a pain and not worth the alleged saving it n weight and maintenance. I have had so many back wheel punctures requiring wheel removal and then realignment to get the correct chain tension.
Only advantage of a single gear is you will get fitter .
Manual chain tensioning: very good point.
This seems to be a serious single speed rather than a fashion item. I like my SS but only for a commute route and on quiet ( pre 7am ) route to work. Pulling out to into traffic or onto a roundabout o ( on a hill) is a pain and not worth the alleged saving it n weight and maintenance. I have had so many back wheel punctures requiring wheel removal and then realignment to get the correct chain tension.
Only advantage of a single gear is you will get fitter .
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Revolution Cross 0 '16 £249.00 @ Edinburgh Bicycle Cooperative

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Introductory offer, seems like a solid, low maintenance bike for commuting/getting around. Single speed (but not fixed), drop bars and wide tyres for comfort, high spoke count wheels and simple rim br…
MilkTheFrog Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago17 Comments
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MrHot
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Cold from me, when there are lighter proper road bikes for around this price then I can't see why you'd go for this. Of all the maintenance I do through a winter on my bike, the gears aren't really a big issue. If you want single speed then just leave it in one gear!


​Please show us some examples then?


​Triban 500 is £250. Lighter and with gears !
SFconvert
Cold from me, when there are lighter proper road bikes for around this price then I can't see why you'd go for this. Of all the maintenance I do through a winter on my bike, the gears aren't really a big issue. If you want single speed then just leave it in one gear!


​Please show us some examples then?
I love my Revolution CycloCross, as stated already heavy but also solid and understated.
winchman
Think I'd take the courier for the same price.

I agree with this, but some people like the cross versions - each to their own.

I have a Courier Pursuit (2013 model) and it's been a great bike. Had a lot of bike for the money and I have had no issues with it. Not the lightest of hybrids, but fine for commuting and weekend cycles, also very good on canal paths. Would recommend Edinburgh Bicycle Cooperative highly as well, very helpful in store if you have any issues or need advice.
rugman
Looks pretty basic component wise, wouldn't pay any more than this if I was in the market for a single speed drop bar bike
I'll echo that thought. 250 quid is just too much for a sigle speed bike.
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Marin Fairfax SC1 fast commuter bike - £250.00 delivered @ Edinburgh Bicycle Co.

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Excellent deal on an entry level commuter arin Fairfax SC1 The initials 'SC' means this is a Marin Speed Commuter hybrid bike. In other words, it matches close to road bike-like speed potential wi…
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No........... looks like all gone, fianlly got employer to sign up to cycle to work scheme as welll.

Anybody had any luck with stock,,,,,, ?

thanks
Got mine, the bike is lovely, bits of the frame feel like carbon. Also wonderful service by Edinburgh Cycle, will defo use them in the future again.
MaGuirre85
Voted hot but added much misery to my current state of indecision was considering the following three bikes before I came across this offerhttp://www.biketrax.co.uk/m1b0s18p3130/SARACEN-Urban-ESC-2016http://www.biketrax.co.uk/m1b0s18p2737/RIDGEBACK-x2-2014https://www.evanscycles.com/pinnacle-lithium-2-2016-hybrid-bike-EV244088
additional info : 25 miles per week Edinburgh commute + At least 1 weekly 5-10 mile leisure rides occasionally off-road but never off-track if that makes sense. Mid-paced rider valuing comfort and low-maintenance slightly over top performance.
Will use C2W scheme.
Any advice much appreciated
I would say this Marin is better than the three you have listed, and cheaper.
The Ridgeback has front suspension, probably unnecessary and adds quite a lot of extra weight. You get a nice smooth ride though. Other problem with suspension is that it does tend to seize up if used in bad weather after a few years in my experience.
The Pinnacle is light, but only 7 speed and gearing is lowish spec, 7 speed will be fine though but I think it is expensive for what it is
As for the Saracen, it's pretty much the same but slightly lower spec and more expensive.
If you are using it as a daily commuter in all weathers, any bike will need some maintenance, ensuring the chain is cleaned regularly and checked for wear is very important, ensure the chain is changed as soon as it is 0.75% worn, there are chain check gauges you can get for £2-3 on ebay. If the chain stretches too much it will wear out the sprockets and chainrings leading to a more expensive fix, I have neglected this countless times as you forget how quickly it wears out when used daily in all weathers and generally neglect it! You won't realise either that the chain has had it until it starts to skip on the gears, by which time it is far too late and you'll need to replace the cassette and possibly the chaining too (cassettes are £10+ but chainrings are at least £25 plus you'll need tools and the know how to do it, eg crank puller, socket set or large allen key.)
It's advisable to keep the wheel rims clean too as riding in town youll get a lot of brake wear, so the ability to change the pads will be useful, it's quite easy to do though without special tools (generally just an allen key and some pliers and a spanner)
Voted hot but added much misery to my current state of indecision was considering the following three bikes before I came across this offer

http://www.biketrax.co.uk/m1b0s18p3130/SARACEN-Urban-ESC-2016

http://www.biketrax.co.uk/m1b0s18p2737/RIDGEBACK-x2-2014

https://www.evanscycles.com/pinnacle-lithium-2-2016-hybrid-bike-EV244088


additional info : 25 miles per week Edinburgh commute + At least 1 weekly 5-10 mile leisure rides occasionally off-road but never off-track if that makes sense. Mid-paced rider valuing comfort and low-maintenance slightly over top performance.

Will use C2W scheme.

Any advice much appreciated
Mine arrived today! I ordered some extras to get the deal... specialized helmet etc. Bike looks awesome and Edinburgh Bike Co customer service was great. Not had chance to give it a good go yet but will try it out properly tomorrow. Thanks OP!

Edited By: ben14 on May 14, 2016 00:02
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Specialized Helmet Amnesty inc. 50% off for S-Works Prevail at £80.00, various shops including Edinburgh Bicycle

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Trade in any old helmet and get a discount on a new one from Specialized. Heard about this from multiple shops now so I assume it's nation wide. Poster in one store seemed to imply it's only in the mo…
MilkTheFrog Avatar7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago5 Comments
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pnaylor39
Our local shop closed down ( sheffield )
wow didn't know it had closed.
Our local shop closed down ( sheffield )
works online too with code AMNESTY16 at edinburgh bikes.

EDIT: just ordered a propero from them using code no issues. pretty sure i won't even have to give them an old helmet either.

Edited By: didsburydan on Apr 29, 2016 20:25: blah
This is correct, it is in participating stores and stock is limited to what they have available in store. You can take in any old helmet, don't think they'll accept your friends though;)
Can I trade my mate in?...... He's a helmet.
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Sugoi Women's Cycling Jersey (and more mens & womens inside), £14.99 free c&c / £3.50 del (Save 75%) @ Edinburgh Bicycle Cooperative

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Was in EBC the other day, and they've got a whole new line on Liv (Giant) women's cycling clothing and more, and a push to probably remove older stock? It's a hideous colour agreed, but its really go…
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Carrera Edge mtb helmet £18.74 + £3.50 del @ Edinburgh Bicycle £22.24

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Carrera Edge MTB Helmet With 26 especially wide and deep vents, the Carrera Edge MTB Helmet is one cool Italian trail lid. Its washable lining helps keep the Carrera Edge MTB Helmet fresh.The in…
life_is_4_living Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago3 Comments
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helmet arrived today and is excellent. ☺
I hope not as I've ordered 1
They have a habit of saying an item is in stock then emailing severals days later to tell you its no longer in stock.
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Selle Royal Seta S1 Oe Saddle, was £49.99 now £9.99 (collect) £13.49 delivered @ Edinburgh Bicycle Co-op

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A performance saddle for road bikes, from a respected manufacturer. What a price! Plenty in store at the Aberdeen branch. Edinburgh Bike Co-ops do free collection in store, or you can pay £3.50…
Muig1972 Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago25 Comments
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MRR_ltd
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I just got mine, and it is not the same as the saddle in the picture on their website.
It is like the one they are selling here on ebay - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Selle-Royal-Seta-S1-OE-Saddle-/310956329187
will this be better than the charge?
Well I haven't tried the charge, and I rode this saddle only for like 5 minutes yesterday, but it was pretty comfortable - it's very firm as you would expect from a road cycling saddle in the higher range; it does look well build too.
Personally the spoon is ok for me up to 20 miles then the next 80 are pure hell.

Even after 10 years back into cycling my nerve endings are not dead enough to use it as an endurance perch.

Edited By: scav on Sep 23, 2015 09:29
3722
I just got mine, and it is not the same as the saddle in the picture on their website.
It is like the one they are selling here on ebay - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Selle-Royal-Seta-S1-OE-Saddle-/310956329187

will this be better than the charge?
I just got mine, and it is not the same as the saddle in the picture on their website.

It is like the one they are selling here on ebay - http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Selle-Royal-Seta-S1-OE-Saddle-/310956329187
MRR_ltd
souljacker
MRR_ltd
mudds
Another vote for charge... they are bomb proof
What is charge? Sorry I just recently bought my first bike
Charge spoon sadlle, fantastic saddlecharge spoon
Would either of these saddles be suitable for my Boardmans Hybrid Comp? is it worth changing or should I continue using its original seat. Thanks.

I have a boardmans bike and I changed the saddle as personally I didn't get on with it but I'm a woman so it's different. Then again my male friend has the same saddle and he gets on fine with it doing about 20 miles a day.
So it's just down to personal preference.
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Revolution Select Track Pump £19.99 @ Edinburgh Bicycle Co-op

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Revolution select pump 19.99 cheapest price I've seen it and then best track pump I could find under £25. Rrp is £32.99 and better than their 'pro' track pump which sells at £26.99. Shiny, shiny...o…
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Edinburgh Bicycle Coop - 15% back in free kit

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Buy a new bike and get 15% back in free kit and clothes. I bought one of their Revolution bikes in Canonmills (Edinburgh) for £299 and got £45 to spend in store - so the stuff I was gonna buy anywa…
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Correct picture

http://www.edinburghbicycle.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/free-15banner-680x318.png
still too expensive a shop. even at 50% off
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Edinburgh Bicycle Cooperative 20% Off all accessories online and in-store from June 26th to 29th

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Prices go live on the 26th. They usually list stuff at rrp but 20% off's nothing to he sniffed at.
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Giant Defy 1 2015 £764.15 Edinburgh Bicycle Cooperative

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15% off till Monday! All sizes available and you get a great aluminium frame, 11 speed 105 gearing and a carbon D-fuse seat post
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MAdam98
They also mean that it is far harder to replace a wheel quickly in a race condition.

It's really not. I race CX, and sometimes swap out wheels. I'll admit when I was using cable actuated there were sometimes pad alignment issues, but with hydros that issue is gone. Also, maxles remove any possible remaining alignment issues as well.
MAdam98
rev6
afroylnt
currychops
Besford
CardboardCutout
BikeRunner
Only £674.99 from Rutland Cycles!!
That's the 2014 model
Oh no - the shame of being seen on last year's model! oO
There have been some significant design improvements to the 2015 Defy frame but if on a tight budget the 2014 model is fine.
I have a 2013 Defy Advanced SL and a 2015 Defy Advanced Pro 1 with hydraulic disc brakes....both are great rides but my preference is the 2015 model which takes comfort to a new level and the disc brakes are superb.
I am not sure on how necessary disc brakes are for road bikes; if its in the wet and you are cycling on your own then yes they would help, but if you are cycling in a group and not everyone has disc brakes then its less clear. With wide (28+) wheels then you will be able to stop a bit quicker but I suspect that not many people use 28+ tyres on a road bike.
You don't disc brakes on the road but you don't need an 11 speed cassette either.
For road, it strongly depends on the riding.
When descending on mountains, disc brakes allow harder braking and more modulation so you can change the pressure of your braking. So it is a great advantage, especially in wet conditions with carbon rims when descending from 45mph is, well, rather.... SCARY! So yes, disc brakes are good. However, they are not very aerodynamic though i doubt it will affect you much. They also put more stress on one side of the bike wheel which takes getting used to. They also mean that it is far harder to replace a wheel quickly in a race condition.

Well I don't think there are many roads on mountains where I live so I'm good :)
rev6
afroylnt
currychops
Besford
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BikeRunner
Only £674.99 from Rutland Cycles!!
That's the 2014 model
Oh no - the shame of being seen on last year's model! oO
There have been some significant design improvements to the 2015 Defy frame but if on a tight budget the 2014 model is fine.
I have a 2013 Defy Advanced SL and a 2015 Defy Advanced Pro 1 with hydraulic disc brakes....both are great rides but my preference is the 2015 model which takes comfort to a new level and the disc brakes are superb.

I am not sure on how necessary disc brakes are for road bikes; if its in the wet and you are cycling on your own then yes they would help, but if you are cycling in a group and not everyone has disc brakes then its less clear. With wide (28+) wheels then you will be able to stop a bit quicker but I suspect that not many people use 28+ tyres on a road bike.


You don't disc brakes on the road but you don't need an 11 speed cassette either.

For road, it strongly depends on the riding.
When descending on mountains, disc brakes allow harder braking and more modulation so you can change the pressure of your braking. So it is a great advantage, especially in wet conditions with carbon rims when descending from 45mph is, well, rather.... SCARY! So yes, disc brakes are good. However, they are not very aerodynamic though i doubt it will affect you much. They also put more stress on one side of the bike wheel which takes getting used to. They also mean that it is far harder to replace a wheel quickly in a race condition.
M0RPH
This is an awesome price for the latest defy. Could be an all seasons bike no problem and the 5800 is really good.

I have the 2013 model and it's perfect for all seasons. Rode it a total of 2500 miles last year and am on course to riding about 2000 miles this time round.
This is an awesome price for the latest defy. Could be an all seasons bike no problem and the 5800 is really good.
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Revolution Shadow '13 hybrid bike with Gates belt/Alfine 8 £637.50 @ edinburghbicycle.com

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Reduced from £999 - which was admitedly a bit steep - to £637.50 is a good enough price to temp me in to trying this Gates/Alfine combo Not for everyone, but if you want a fast, clean, relatively
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Good bike with the maintence free drivetrain and disc brakes for better perfomance allround especially in wet weather, no more rim wear,when you get a puncture your no longer covered in rim wear dirt when you finish the repair.
Nice looking bike, would love to test ride it though I think the disc brake is an unnecesscary extra cost. I'd probably bite if there was a version with the 8 speed and without the disc brake.
The belt doesn't rust, hence no need to keep your chain clean and lubricated, or buy a new chain every x months, seems a big premium for oiling your chain once in a while
I'm intrigued, how is this bike low maintenance etc?
The original price was always steep. This is a great price considering the specification for a hassle free, nearly maintenance free bike.
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Whyte Sussex '14 (54cm) CX Bicycle - £509.15 @ EdinburghBicycleCooperative

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Frame: 6061 Hydro Formed T6 Aluminium, Custom Drawn, Multi Butted with Post Mount Chainstay Disk mount Fork: Straight Bladed Alloy Front Fork, with Eyelets, Post Mount disk mount, Tapered Steerer H…
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thats light for a mountainbike
Cold, this weighs 10.82kg.
I've seen one somewhere before that is 10.81kg (joke!!!)

Edited By: Gazmando on Jan 31, 2015 14:58
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Revolution Wraith - Fully Carbon Road Bike £680.00 @ edinburghbicycle

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A carbon frame+fork road bike from Edinburgh bicycle co-op. All sizes available, with free P&P.
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"groupset" lol, u bike people...
Yes, not the best groupset but voted hot because low price for a carbon frame regardless of groupset. With that money I would go for aluminium with improved components.
sora ? compromised components to get a carbon frame . cold !
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CatEye Nano Shot Plus bike light - £50.99 @ Edinburgh Cycle Cooperative

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600 lumen front bike light, very bright , ideal for unlit roads. USB rechargeable, 1.5hrs on full beam, 4hrs on low beam. Low battery indicator Twin LEDs Down from £99.99, now only £50…
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This is a great light! I had this light for my commute for a few years it had a hard life until it finally died recently...but cateye have been brilliant and i am now Getting the volt 700
I just bought me a 300 lumen for this price otherwise is snap it up. Heat.
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Tough crowd on hukd...good price for this light but post a deal for Lidls cheap cycling lights and it'd get hot in minutes..


Agreed. At least some proper cyclists will benefit from the deal regardless of how hot it gets on here. The cheapo Charlie's can stick to their LIDL candles.
Tough crowd on hukd...good price for this light but post a deal for Lidls cheap cycling lights and it'd get hot in minutes..
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Whyte 729 29er £849.00 from £1500 @ edinburgh bike

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Only in medium online but may have others sizes instore.Over the top RRP but on par with other brands, none the less with a good light alloy frame reba forks and a pretty solid mixed Sram/Avid groupse…
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Good price for this bike but my experience with Edinburgh Bikes was dreadful. Staff there just don't have any interest in customer care.
The difference between a £53 and a £850 bike only becomes clear to the uneducated when they try to ride their tesco bike round a trail centre or up a good hill! Good price, good spec, heat added!
MartynFX88
But with the £53 bikes you don't get the added bonus of looking like a bender in lycra.

You can if you really want.
But with the £53 bikes you don't get the added bonus of looking like a bender in lycra.
ianidall
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£850 for a bike !!
On your bike ;)

My £53.99 Black Friday Lightning Deal one beats the pants off it X)

Wait till the lightning hits the steel frame!
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Whyte Dorset 2014 54cm ONLY - £636.65 Edinburgh Bicycle Co Op

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I posted a similiar deal last week on the Whyte Sussex for £599, They were also offering the Whyte Dorset for £749 they have taken another 15% off this is a amazing price for the spec of the bike S…
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M0RPH
This looks pretty good for a winter bike. What's the deal with the brakes though, are they mechanical or hydrolic?
Technically both

Can read more hear
http://www.bikeradar.com/gear/category/components/brake-calipers/product/review-trp-hy-rd-cable-hydraulic-road-disc-brakes-47188/
M0RPH
This looks pretty good for a winter bike. What's the deal with the brakes though, are they mechanical or hydrolic?
http://road.cc/content/review/85499-trp-hyrd-mechanical-interface-hydraulic-disc-brakes
This looks pretty good for a winter bike. What's the deal with the brakes though, are they mechanical or hydrolic?
Basically Edinburgh have upgraded the brakes to TRP Hy/Rd, So for £37 you get a carbon fork, Shimano Tiagra, FSA Omega chainset

Weight: 10.7kg

Full spec:-

Frame 6061 Hydro Formed T6 Aluminium, Custom Drawn, Multi Butted with Post Mount Chainstay Disk mount
Fork Straight Bladed Carbon Front Fork, with Eyelets, Post Mount disk mount, Tapered Steerer
Headset FSA Integrated Road, 1 1/2” lower and 1 1/8” upper Sealed Cartridge Bearings
Rear Hub Alloy, Double Sealed Cartridge Bearing Hub, 32 Hole
Front Hub Alloy, Double Sealed Cartridge Bearing Hub, 28 Hole
Spokes WTB PG 15g, Black Sandvik Stainless with Black Brass Nipples
Rims Alex Black Dragon 24, Deep Section, Disk Specific Road, 32 Hole Rear and 28 Front, Reflective 3M decals
Tyre Maxxis Detonator, 700 x 28c, Black/Grey, with Puncture Protection, Folding
Shift Levers Shimano ST-4600 Tiagra, 10 Speed
Front Derailleur Shimano FD-4600 Tiagra, 10 Speed
Rear Derailleur Shimano RD-4600 Tiagra, 10 Speed
Cassette Shimano CS-4600 Tiagra 11-30, 10 Speed
Chain Shimano CN-4601 Tiagra, 10 Speed
Crankset FSA Omega 34-50, 10 Speed, Compact Double
Bottom Bracket FSA Mega Exo
Seatpost Whyte 20mm Offset, 27.2mm x 350mm, 6061 Alloy, 2 Bolt Clamp
Seat Whyte Custom, Triple Panel Design
Bar Whyte Road, 31.8mm, Compact “Wing” Bar, 440mm Wide
Stem Whyte -6 Deg, 100mm 52cm, 110mm 54cm/56cm, 120mm 57cm
Grips Whyte Anti Slip, Cross Bar Tapes
Front Brakes TRP Hy/Rd disc brakes with 160mm Rotor
Rear Brakes TRP Hy/Rd disc brakes with 160mm Rotor
Brake Levers Shimano ST-4600
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2014 Whyte Sussex £509.15 @ Edinburgh Bicycle Co-Operative

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This is a well specced bike for the money, And before people go comparing other internet prices be aware this has the RP Hy/Rd cable-operated hydraulic disc all other will be the Promax edition. Th…
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Now dropped to £509.15
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hi can anyone recommend any bikes or anywhere to buy a relatively good mountain bike for less than £200? I know it would be so decent but I'm not a big fan and don't spend too much time on bikes. Just a basic one for 10-15mins' bike to work. Thanks guys
Mongoose deal Whyte901found looks good.

Just checked its £185 now :) Bonus!


Thanks!
£600 for a bicycle.

Wow.

Cold, obviously.
lightrider
yulu91
hi can anyone recommend any bikes or anywhere to buy a relatively good mountain bike for less than £200? I know it would be so decent but I'm not a big fan and don't spend too much time on bikes. Just a basic one for 10-15mins' bike to work. Thanks guys
Mongoose deal Whyte901found looks good.

Just checked its £185 now :) Bonus!
yulu91
hi can anyone recommend any bikes or anywhere to buy a relatively good mountain bike for less than £200? I know it would be so decent but I'm not a big fan and don't spend too much time on bikes. Just a basic one for 10-15mins' bike to work. Thanks guys
Mongoose deal Whyte901found looks good.
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Inner Tubes pack of 3 £2.74 @ Edinburgh Bicycle (collect or plus postage)

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3 pack inner tubes suitable for mountain bikes. Bargain for only £2.74 reduced from £10.99
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rborob
I have no idea which tubes I need....anyone able to help? My tyres are "Kenda Kwick 700x40c"

No good to you, you need a 700 tube.

ah ok..thanks

no, this one is 700 (26 inch is same as 700c which is the diameter), the width you need is 40mm which is 1.57inch, the ones in offer are 1.25 to 1.5 which should work fine although at the upper limit so don;t over inflate!

26 is 559
rborob
subhi
rborob
I have no idea which tubes I need....anyone able to help? My tyres are "Kenda Kwick 700x40c"

No good to you, you need a 700 tube.

ah ok..thanks

make sure you get one wide enough, 40 is pretty wide for a 700c wheel
^meant to put inches
alien-of-mars
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rborob
I have no idea which tubes I need....anyone able to help? My tyres are "Kenda Kwick 700x40c"

No good to you, you need a 700 tube.

ah ok..thanks

no, this one is 700 (26 inch is same as 700c which is the diameter), the width you need is 40mm which is 1.57inch, the ones in offer are 1.25 to 1.5 which should work fine although at the upper limit so don;t over inflate!


26 inch is most certainly not equivalent to 700c.. It's more like 29"
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