Gore Ride-On SEALED Low Friction Gear Cable System - Instore £32.99 - HotUKDeals
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A What Mountain Bike Product of the Year 2008 - Finalist
Bike Radar Rating: 4.5 / 5

"The smoothest shifting cable and maintenance-free too"

This is an expensive high end product but the best price around.

Originally £39.99

Product Audience: MTB XC racers and time trials bikes.
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#1
http://mos.bikeradar.com/images/bikes-and-gear/components/gear-cable/CYP210.testeddps.gorcabs_jpg-400-90.jpg

Also available here for £33.99 delivered.
Bike Radar Review here

Used for

* Ride on non-paved surfaces
* Off-road riding
* Exposed to mud, dirt, salt air or weather

What we like...

* Fibre optic technology
* 100% corrosion resistant
* 25% lighter
* long life maintenance-free
* less shifting effort
* stainless inner wire
* PTFE liner reduces friction

Simply the best cables out there and they last for years. Super-tough, these all-weather extremely durable cables will not let you down and leave you stranded.

Good quality gear cables will have a dramatic effect on the feel and function of your drivetrain. Fully sealed systems are particularly good for MTBs used off-road as they prevent the ingress of water

http://www.thegorestore.co.uk/images/res/SealedLFDerailleuer%20main_340_340.gif
#2
Fitting instructions/ video here
#3
I'm sure it won't be long before someone comes on complaining that £32 for some cables is expensive when they got a whole bike for £40 from Asda at the weekend.

I've never suffered from cable issues myself (on a decent hard tail) but if you do it would mean, snatchy brakes and unreliable shifting. If this solves it then £32 is a bargain.
#4
I agree, which is why I put the target audience in the posting.

Golaboots888

I've never suffered from cable issues myself (on a decent hard tail) but if you do it would mean, snatchy brakes and unreliable shifting. If this solves it then £32 is a bargain.


Unfortunately I am (on my 2004 Trek 6700 ) and am now fed up with wasting time cleaning / trying to fix it so I have just picked this cableset up after lots of reading around.

This product has quite a reputation to live up to - it was discontinue but has been brought back into production due to popular demand !

Here are 109 reviews to get your teeth into, if you are that way inclined. :)

Muck from rides like this one (from Mountain Mayhem) are likely to be the cause though:
http://img503.imageshack.us/img503/1655/mountainmayhemhx9.jpg
#5
I think you need some mudguards more urgently than gear cables :p
#6
Silverwolf
I think you need some mudguards more urgently than gear cables :p


I have a crud catcher - although you wouldnt think so to look at the state of the bike ! :p

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