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Up to 30% off 2016 Bikes at Evans Cycles

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Up to 30% off 2016 model bikes (Hybrid / Mountain / Road) at Evans Cycles. Big savings, particularly on the higher value bikes. Mountain Bikes > https://www.evanscycles.com/offers/bike-deals_c/mou…
TrickymanUK Avatar4d, 7h agoFound 4 days, 7 hours ago1 Comment
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While you're getting your Xmas present ,you might as well get mine too.
Not too bothered which full carbon, full Ultigra road bike you get me ;)

Edited By: pvfc247 on Sep 24, 2016 16:36: type o
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Endura Strike Glove all sizes XS-XXL MTB road cycle commute winter gloves waterproof (?) now £14.99 on evans cycles C&C

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meant to be a good winter glove all the reviews have a debate on waterproof or not, v2 version are out, hence i guess evans bought in bulk, still £29 on CRB deliver to store by C&C usually arive ne…
whatyadoinsucka Avatar1w, 4h agoFound 1 week, 4 hours ago3 Comments
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SoulSonic
I've had some of these for about 4 years. Just starting to fall apart so I'll probably get another pair. Good value at this price. Maybe it's cos I'm getting old and my circulation isn't as good as it used to be, but I found these weren't keeping the cold out through the coldest winter months, anything below about 5°C, and they weren't totally waterproof in proper downpours. Very comfortable though, and plenty flexible enough for braking and changing gear. Thanks whatyadoinsucka :)
Do you have to be careful when taking your fingers out of the gloves , I have a pair of gloves which do my head in as the inner liner comes out and then will never go back in the right finger slot
No, I never had any problems with the inner lining coming out
SoulSonic
I've had some of these for about 4 years. Just starting to fall apart so I'll probably get another pair. Good value at this price. Maybe it's cos I'm getting old and my circulation isn't as good as it used to be, but I found these weren't keeping the cold out through the coldest winter months, anything below about 5°C, and they weren't totally waterproof in proper downpours. Very comfortable though, and plenty flexible enough for braking and changing gear. Thanks whatyadoinsucka :)
Do you have to be careful when taking your fingers out of the gloves , I have a pair of gloves which do my head in as the inner liner comes out and then will never go back in the right finger slot
I've had some of these for about 4 years. Just starting to fall apart so I'll probably get another pair. Good value at this price. Maybe it's cos I'm getting old and my circulation isn't as good as it used to be, but I found these weren't keeping the cold out through the coldest winter months, anything below about 5°C, and they weren't totally waterproof in proper downpours. Very comfortable though, and plenty flexible enough for braking and changing gear. Thanks whatyadoinsucka :)
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Northwave Scorpius 3S MTB Shoe at evanscycles only £40.49 with code 10SEPT @ Evans Cycles

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The Northwave Scorpius 3S MTB Shoe is an ideal mountain bike shoe for those looking for ultralight, high performance. Designed with Jaws carbon reinforced sole and multilayer thermowelded constructed
cyclian Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago13 Comments
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whatyadoinsucka
The winterised norwave may be a good bet size 41-44 in stock £57.99 (spend £75 get £10 off)http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/northwave-hammer-cx-shoes/rp-prod113205
Thanks might take these winter ones..... any guide on size if they came in larger / smaller than usual thanks
Not sure with northwave, my brother got a pair of the scorpius and he said they Fit true to size, I tend to wear a slightly bigger boot in winter to allow for movement of the toes and thicker socks. So I'd recommend at least the size up
whatyadoinsucka
The winterised norwave may be a good bet size 41-44 in stock £57.99 (spend £75 get £10 off)http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/northwave-hammer-cx-shoes/rp-prod113205

Thanks might take these winter ones..... any guide on size if they came in larger / smaller than usual thanks
QuantumInfo
whatyadoinsucka
The winterised norwave may be a good bet size 41-44 in stock £57.99 (spend £75 get £10 off)http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/northwave-hammer-cx-shoes/rp-prod113205
will it work in summer? is it a better deal than the OP?
These shoes are likely to keep your feet dryer in winter so for £15 more if you ride year round, they may be a better bet, waterproof socks are usually £25-30
To ride in winter I find warm dry feet is the only way
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Handyroo
i've been looking for some road bike shoes and cleats/clips (new pedals). however, as i'm sure you can tell, i have no idea which to get/where to start looking. how do i know my preference if i've never used them before?
any help would be massively appreciated.
I am just about to purchase my first pair of road shoes so was excited to see this deal then noticed these are MTB, so maybe not the best option for a road bike.

It doesn't matter. You can use MTB spd shoes on your road bike. I do and alot of beginners do too because they are generally easier to clip in and out of when compared to three point road cleats. Plus MTB shoes come with more grip on the sole of the shoe so you'll find walking around in the shoes much easier.
However, the cleat surface is much smaller than the road alternative, so on long rides (40 miles for example) you may find it a little uncomfortable. The road cleats would spread the weight better across the ball of your foot.
I've only used spd cleats on my road bike and have done long rides of nearly 100 miles and not really had any problems, so it's up to you. You'll get used to clipping in/out of either type either way.
Hope that helps some.
Handyroo
i've been looking for some road bike shoes and cleats/clips (new pedals). however, as i'm sure you can tell, i have no idea which to get/where to start looking. how do i know my preference if i've never used them before?
any help would be massively appreciated.

I am just about to purchase my first pair of road shoes so was excited to see this deal then noticed these are MTB, so maybe not the best option for a road bike.
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Proviz 360+ Cycling Gilet £20.24 - Evans Cycles 10SEPT code

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Very reflective cycling gilet. Cheapest I've seen it. Got older jacket which is very reflective. Clearance '50% off' £22.49 then Add 10SEPT at checkout to get £20.24
y_geordie Avatar2w, 2d agoFound 2 weeks, 2 days ago5 Comments
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Even cheaper with 10SEPT discount code. Thanks. Title updated
great price, been after one of these for a
while. use discount code CLEAR10 for 10% discount on clearance items like this
The gore one is £40 on Amazon all sizes, seems to regulate temp well.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00I6CEW4E/ref=ox_sc_sfl_title_5?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE
You'll sweat like a pig in this. We have the switch version and rarely wear thrm because they make us so clammy.
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Norco XFR 3 Hybrid Bike for £399.99 (free C&C or home delivery) @ Evans Cycles

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You get hydrolic brakes, quick release wheels, an awesome gearing system, easy change suspension and a quirky solid frame. Just bought for Uni.
lordred12345 Avatar3w, 1h agoFound 3 weeks, 1 hour ago5 Comments
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pvfc247
Looks like the bike snobs are out again.
Enjoy your bike dude & thanks for sharing :)


​Yup, proper snob here. Rides on a £250 bike everywhere.
pvfc247
Looks like the bike snobs are out again.
Enjoy your bike dude & thanks for sharing :)


​Thanks man!
Looks like the bike snobs are out again.
Enjoy your bike dude & thanks for sharing :)
for a little more cycles UK are doing the Marin Fairfax sc3 for £420 in a sale ,a good light hybrid.
interesting bike.
An off road orientated hybrid which won't perform well on the road and won't perform well off road.
Quite hefty too.

If you're looking for a hardtail get a proper hardtail with more MTB geometry.

If you're looking for a hybrid then... don't but one
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Altura Night Vision Evo Waterproof Jacket for £76.99 at Evans Cycles

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One of the best waterproof cycling jackets you can buy and it's discounted. It is available on wiggle at 50 but at the moment it is out of stock so see if you can use price match! Also includes a
lordred12345 Avatar3w, 3h agoFound 3 weeks, 3 hours ago1 Comment
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I'd want the bike as well for that price....
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Norco Search Alloy Tiagra Adventure bike £679.00 @ Evans Cycles

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Posted the Shimano 105 version of this bike yesterday. That one was only available in 53cm frame. For the taller rider, the Tiagra version of the bike is available in 58cm frame for the lower price of…
robwdavies Avatar4w, 11h agoFound 4 weeks, 11 hours ago2 Comments
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Nice :)
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Scott Contessa Walker 2015 Kids Balance Bike £65.00 was £109 @ Evans Cycles

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Good deal for anyone with a wee girl looking needing a balance bike.
chrisjmcqueen Avatar4w, 17h agoFound 4 weeks, 17 hours ago12 Comments
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There is a place for balance bikes and I do think they are great as a first attempt on a bike. However after a few shots and whizzing round for an hour or so they can have the balance right and then its time to move onto a real bike with pedals. I wouldnt buy a balance bike as it could be useless within such a short time. My son liked to use this at the weekly playgroup we went along to when he was younger.
chrisjmcqueen
jasee
Isn't it easier to fit a child's bike with stabilizers for £6-£12, rather than buy a bike which is going to be useless once they learn to balance as it hasn't got pedals? And, it is potentially lethal as there are no brakes!
All my kids had balance bikes, they loved them and still have races around the house now and again - oldest kid is nearly 9.
Don't they have bikes now?
jasee
Isn't it easier to fit a child's bike with stabilizers for £6-£12, rather than buy a bike which is going to be useless once they learn to balance as it hasn't got pedals? And, it is potentially lethal as there are no brakes!

All my kids had balance bikes, they loved them and still have races around the house now and again - oldest kid is nearly 9.
M0RPH
Balance bikes are brilliant. They teach the concept of riding and usually the kids absolutely love them. To call that useless is a bit stupid. Also, the lack of brakes shouldn't matter if it's used in an appropriate environment, i.e. flat.


​Mm, some of these comments make me think that they're gonna send their kids down Monte Zoncolan!!!!
itsgun4u
Useless Junk. A normal bike with stabiliser will do the job.


​Silly comment!
Stabilisers are an awful way of teaching kids to ride bikes. Sure, they seem to work but balance bikes are a much better option.

Most kids, when learning to ride a bike, don't have a problem with pedalling. Give them any form of stabilisers bike and they'll be able to pedal no problem. When you take the stabilisers away they have a big problem with balance. Balance is the main part of learning to ride a bike.
With a balance bike they have already learnt how to balance on their bikes resulting in the transition to a normal bike much easier. It also gives them more confidence as they can move without wobbling everywhere and falling a lot.

It is also helps them to judge where their limits of balance are.
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Norco Search Alloy 105 Adventure Bike £759.00 @ Evans Cycles

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Excellent 'do it all' bike for people looking for a bike for the roads and the trails. Made by Canadian bike company Norco, this bike offers Shimano 105 performance at a Shimano Sora price point.
robwdavies Avatar4w, 2d agoFound 4 weeks, 2 days ago70 Comments
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pazuzu17
Great bike, tidy saving, but seriously, who's spending that amount on a bike who isn't semi-professional?


​Erm, quite a significant proportion of the Lycra clad cyclists that you see out on the road will be!

Not much for a bike if you are into cycling. Some would regard sub £800 to be entry level/beginner bikes and one can understand why.
hotukduser1
^^ how tall are you if you don't mind me asking? I've just ordered the 53cm and hoping it won't be too small..


I'm 5'9". Inside leg of 29" and a long body. The bike was fine from the waist down, and it would be for a much longer leg too as I didn't have the seat very high, the main issue was that it felt a little short for my upper body, may have been correctable with a different stem. Best thing to do is try it, to be honest I could have taken it and would likely have been happy with it, but it didn't feel a perfect fit. Perhaps nothing ever will, and I may well go back and buy it this weekend, it really was a lovely bike.
^^ how tall are you if you don't mind me asking? I've just ordered the 53cm and hoping it won't be too small..
Went to try out the 53cm bike I reserved at Leamington Spa. Bike is lovely, well made, solid, light, well appointed. Unfortunately it was a little small for me (I'm a weird shape, short legs but long body), and by which time it was unavailable in 55.5cm. Amazing bike for the money, if anyone wants to try out a 53cm there is one in Leamington until Monday.
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blackanchorage
esq3585
Was looking at this cloudsteve, do u know how heavy it is?
11.2kg? I'd want much lighter for my child.​
edit: actually I don't know if that's reasonable for a mountain bike, it's just heavier than my adult road bike
My hardtail is fairly light at 12kg, my son has a 20inch wheeled islabike at the moment which is 8kg.
blackanchorage
esq3585
Was looking at this cloudsteve, do u know how heavy it is?
11.2kg? I'd want much lighter for my child.​
edit: actually I don't know if that's reasonable for a mountain bike, it's just heavier than my adult road bike
My cheapy hardtail is 15kg and has a 22" frame. It's quite heavy.
esq3585
Was looking at this cloudsteve, do u know how heavy it is?


11.2kg? I'd want much lighter for my child.​

edit: actually I don't know if that's reasonable for a mountain bike, it's just heavier than my adult road bike

Edited By: blackanchorage on Aug 28, 2016 09:45: edit
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LEVIS COMMUTER 511 SLIM FIT JEANS £45.00 Evans Cycles - Free c&c

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LEVIS COMMUTER 511 SLIM FIT JEANS @Evans cycles £45 ************ Please Note These are the commuter versions of these denims featuring various innovative features designed specifically for cycling…
zshamas Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago4 Comments
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541 Athletic cut - for those of us who are a little more, ahem, athletically built - are the same price: link


Edited By: ArthurDent1 on Aug 17, 2016 00:42
I purchased two pairs for $45 total in Las Vegas North Outlet back in Jan
I have these (cost me £40 on ebay) and I also have a pair of narrow leg Sainsburys jeans with elastane that were about £10. I've tried cycling in both and they're both OK if you're not going a long distance.
If you need the name buy the Levis, if you need the money buy the Sainsburys.
cold from me

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Levis Commuter 541 Athletic Fit Jeans £45.00 @ Evans Cycles - free c&c

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Levis Commuter 541 Athletic Fit Jeans *** Note These are the Commuter version of these Denims, not the regular denims See here for more information http://www.levi.com/GB/en_GB/features/commu…
zshamas Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago7 Comments
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voting cold as you're swamping the boards with essentially the same deal matey
Having been a wearer of Levi Commuter products since the original 511 in 2011, the quality of the current range is nowhere near that of the originals. The fit from one pair of jeans is different from the next (same size and style). The 2011 511 (skinny) is a total different shape to the 2013 onwards 511 (labelled as skinny but a lot more baggy), which I was told was down to feedback... They have also lost the best feature for cyclists in there is no longer a reinforced, gusset crotch which is where any pair of jeans is going to wear first. I still have 3 of the older pairs left that I wear, the newer ones were returned after being totally inferior, one of which wore through the thighs within 6 months.

While this is definitely a good price for a pair of jeans with the features, I would recommend checking out SWRVE for cycling specific jeans that have everything the Levis's have, and some.
zshamas
m5rcc
zshamas
Not the same thing these are the commuter versions which have several specific features not the regular denims.
Apologies. Did show that on Froogle.
No problems, easy mistake to make friend.

There is one left in grey, if you are long and thin though X)
m5rcc
zshamas
Not the same thing these are the commuter versions which have several specific features not the regular denims.
Apologies. Did show that on Froogle.

No problems, easy mistake to make friend.
zshamas
Not the same thing these are the commuter versions which have several specific features not the regular denims.

Apologies. Did show that on Froogle.
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Louis Garneau HTO Tee XL only £9.99 c+c or add £1.99 for delivery at Evans Cycles

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The HTO Tee by Louis Garneau is made with IceFit, a stretch fabric that offers great moisture management, is fast drying, features UPF/SPF 50 sun protection and has a surface treated with IceFit. The
cyclian Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago1 Comment
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Saracen Bella 16 Inch 2016 Kids Bike £119.99 @ Evans cycles

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If you are looking for a lightweight kids bike but can't afford the crazy islabike or frog prices this seems like a viable alternative. Tweeks cycles quotes it at 8.06kg . Frame Bella 6061 Lightwe…
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@positron_ie

I have to agree, their site saying 3-6yrs isn't overly helpful. I suppose for correct geometry and sizing the back length should really be taken into consideration hence the suggestion on the saracen website of visiting your local bikeshop (which is fine if you live near a saracen dealer - but otherwise pretty useless).

I would love to buy an islabike but I really can't justify £260 on a bike for a 3yr old even if selling it on makes some of that cash back. I would be constantly worried about scuffs and scrapes which are always going to happen.

I recently bought an Orbea MX 20 which weighs similar to the Beinn 20 and has very high quality components but is at least £150 cheaper. Hopefully the start of some competition and the realisation that kids bikes should be lightweight.

If you find something better than the Saracen let me know! I still haven't hit buy yet :)
All that spec and I still can't figure out what's the lowest and highest seat positions possible on that bike.

Islabikes have an easy to follow table and each bike has a min and max seat hight possible. Last week I bought a Beinn 20s based on those measurements for my 5.5 year old daughter - her inseam was 46cm, and bike's lowest seat position 47 cm. She was pedaling away unassisted within 10 mins of getting the bike. However - Islabikes are painfully expensive. I would rather not splash out again for another Islabike for the 3.5 year old, which is what got me interested in this post in the first place, but can't figure out bike's dimensions. Meh.
Isla bikes aren't crazy once you realise that if you look after it doesn't depreciate by much compared to most other kids bikes.
Still not cheap tho.

Isla bikes second hand are a bit cheaper and usually worth it.
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Biologic Mount for iPhone 4 for Bicycle or Motorbike £2.00 (Click and Collect or + £2 delivery) @ Evans cycles

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If anybody like me still using small sized iphone models (original iPhone, iPhone 3, iPhone3G, iPhone4, iPhone4s) and would like to mount one of them on bicycle or motorbike this is a perfect deal.…
boogoocom Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago1 Comment
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So this doesn't include the case, only the mount? Have you any measurements from the instructions manual please?
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Endura short sleeve cycling jersey £23.09 @ Evans cycles - free c&c

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Was using the long sleeve version of this for the last year and found it to be great, getting a bit hot now though, so went for this. really cant go wrong for the price, much better quality than the d…
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If you want a good value jersey you can't really go wrong with these: http://www.decathlon.co.uk/300-cycling-jersey-white-id_8237967.html

I still have two from when I first got myself a road bike & use them regularly. Great fit, pockets which don't sag & £5 each!
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Jamis Trail X Expert Mountain Bike £385.00 evanscycles

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I'm no bike expert, but seems decent for the money, 30% off to make it £385. It's got decent looking locking front suspension and hydraulic disk brakes. Frame 6061 aluminium main tubes, over-siz…
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The version of this I've actually gone for was a "soiled" one, mange but with some minor transport scuffs for £300. seemed good even at 385 btw though.
effpee
Macdory
It's okay for the cash, but I would suggest that the Rockrider 540 from Decathlon is a slightly better buy at £360http://www.decathlon.co.uk/rockrider-540-mountain-bike-bundle-275-red-id_8350583.html
​I bought a rockrider (520) 2 weeks ago and took it back after 1 ride. The front gear shift was absolutely terrible and the guys in the shop couldn't even get it working. Tried another and they were all the same. Guy was telling me I'd need to push the gear lever and keep pressure on it until it hit third and that was meant to be normal. Not too much mind or the chain popped off!
Really put me off the rockrider bikes, which is a shame since I like how they look.

Assuming that they had a competent bike mechanic in the shop then you may well face the same problem with this Jamis as it seems to use the same gears and shifters as the 520.


​The rockrider 520 has sram drive train with a microshift front derailur ( which seemed terrible to me), this is all shimano.
its ok, hard to find a better option for the money. 3" tyres is where its at though .



Edited By: broadyo796 on May 29, 2016 22:15
Macdory
It's okay for the cash, but I would suggest that the Rockrider 540 from Decathlon is a slightly better buy at £360http://www.decathlon.co.uk/rockrider-540-mountain-bike-bundle-275-red-id_8350583.html
​I bought a rockrider (520) 2 weeks ago and took it back after 1 ride. The front gear shift was absolutely terrible and the guys in the shop couldn't even get it working. Tried another and they were all the same. Guy was telling me I'd need to push the gear lever and keep pressure on it until it hit third and that was meant to be normal. Not too much mind or the chain popped off!
Really put me off the rockrider bikes, which is a shame since I like how they look.

Assuming that they had a competent bike mechanic in the shop then you may well face the same problem with this Jamis as it seems to use the same gears and shifters as the 520.
Macdory
It's okay for the cash, but I would suggest that the Rockrider 540 from Decathlon is a slightly better buy at £360

http://www.decathlon.co.uk/rockrider-540-mountain-bike-bundle-275-red-id_8350583.html


​I bought a rockrider (520) 2 weeks ago and took it back after 1 ride. The front gear shift was absolutely terrible and the guys in the shop couldn't even get it working. Tried another and they were all the same. Guy was telling me I'd need to push the gear lever and keep pressure on it until it hit third and that was meant to be normal. Not too much mind or the chain popped off!

Really put me off the rockrider bikes, which is a shame since I like how they look.
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Ride-to-Work scheme now includes parts/components only - save 32%-42% £100.00 @ Evans Cycles

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Bike parts and components can now be included on the Evans Cycles Ride-to-Work scheme, possibly other companies too. It's a salary sacrifice scheme, deductions are from gross salary so you pay less ta…
Sipo Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago36 Comments
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know this is an old thread but im thinking bout doing this. kinda want a cannondale bike but not sure if its actually going to be cheaper doing it through evans 0% finance option instead. Whole tax free thing then paying a small fee at the end to OWN the bike thru cyclescheme might work out just the same as doing the shops 0% option??
Chances of having Evans price match some discounted deep sections then using cyclescheme on it? :D

Haven't actually lined anything up, just theorising. Didn't know you could do this. Thiught it was only bikes still (or bike with accessory).
They were always included this isn't new..
gdglewis
Just remember you don't own the equipment it still belongs to the company you work for. There has been cases of people buying Brompton cycles in London and as they keep their value. The company has asked for them back at the end of the agreement.


This has now changed
It's just a £70 payment at the end of the agreement and the bike is yours
calsop1
Jase79
calsop1
Yeah this is nothing new.
Thanks Sipo for the update and it will help people!!! Heat added pal. Oh yeah calsop unless you've posted any decent deals or have anything valid to say go take your head for a crap. Just saying
Great way to encourage new users.


It's the way you portrayed the message ''Yeah this is nothing new'' not very polite to someone who took time to post the deal. So pee'd me off slightly.
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Kryptonite KryptoLok S2 Std D-Lock with 4 Foot KryptoFlex Cable £19.99 @ Evans Cycles

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Great kryptonite D-lock with the 4 foot cable... Cant go wrong for this price. Great for securing two bikes or when your in a awkward fixing point. Plus spend over £40 and get £5 off your firs…
tommytbone1 Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago60 Comments
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Does this lock come with a lock bracket? Thanks
GoNz017
Pateo
when I go biking I make sure I have a small tub of Vaseline and several pairs of disposable gloves
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Oh my.
I like to keep everything very well lubricated, best to be safe than sorry ;)
jamiesmith85
All you need is a pen to open these locks. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=LahDQ2ZQ3e0


Not to pick too big a hole in your post, but you're wrong.

These are a newer design that use a flat key rather than the circular one in the video. They also have the key hole in a different location.
99rb
jobibear
Pateo
Don't forget to regularly grease all keyholes and moving/connectible parts to stop the tealeaves from super gluing your Lock's!
They wouldn't be thieves then,... Just saying...
​They never have keys anyway however it stops you taking your bike home. They can then break the lock later, still without the key.
What were you "Just saying"?

I was "just saying" that your original statement did not include the later clause that they come back and snip your lock - someone who just superglues locks isn't, by my reasoning a thief, but if they come back and do as you say they are. But I am grateful to have learnt the scam and will endeavour to grease my locks from now on.

Edited By: jobibear on May 07, 2016 10:21
All you need is a pen to open these locks. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=LahDQ2ZQ3e0
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Black Castelli Viva Thermo Head Band only £4.84 (or cycling Scully £8.36) @ Evans cycles C&C to store code easter20

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These are absolutely quality, keeps my head just perfect on a bike ride in Autumn-Winter-Spring Not too hot not too cold and keeps that cold wind from giving you earache, perfect if you have a full h…
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brody101
Ordered, lets just see if it fits my big head.

I'm sure it'll work it just gives you that slightly "Boris Johnson" hair look!
Skully
Are these for sweat? What's a Scully for
brody101
Ordered, lets just see if it fits my big head.
My heads about 58cm circumference , measured for a Helmet a few weeks back, pretty sure the stretch will add another 5-6cm easily if not 10
Ordered, lets just see if it fits my big head.