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SealSkinz All Weather Waterproof Cycle Gloves - Black / Navy £18.95 incl delivery normal price £40 at Highonbike

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RRP may be a tad OTT but does seem a pretty amazing deal for all sizes currently Blurb below: SealSkinz All Weather Waterproof Cycle Gloves SealSkinz All Weather Waterproof Cycle Glove Featur…
nictry Avatar9m, 4w agoFound 9 months, 4 weeks ago23 Comments
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seanandleah
19 quid for gloves when the pests won't even pay road tax yet still take up half the road. jokers should be banned from roads

He read the highway code. Wow, rule 64 will shock you!
seanandleah
19 quid for gloves when the pests won't even pay road tax yet still take up half the road. jokers should be banned from roads

You should be banned from everything
seanandleah
19 quid for gloves when the pests won't even pay road tax yet still take up half the road. jokers should be banned from roads
You need to get up to speed with the 21st century mate, as it appears you missed out one the 20th!
Talk about pan calling kettle...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/mens-26-hyper-havoc-mountain-bike-99-99-argos-2319353


Edited By: ottosump288 on Feb 05, 2016 14:03: Mispell
seanandleah
19 quid for gloves when the pests won't even pay road tax yet still take up half the road. jokers should be banned from roads

It looks like you took a wrong turn ... Daily Mail is this way ---->
I use these gloves everyday on my 12 mile ride into work. I have to say they keep my hands nice and warm, in fact too warm if the temperature outside is 10 degrees or above.

No entirely waterproof, but breathable. I personally like these as they are sensitive enough for me to lock up my bike without taking the gloves off.

As for the troll, ignore him. He will go back to reading the daily mail once he gets bored.
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Giro Monza Helmets £29.99 @ highonbikes

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Normally £79.99. Small size only. Variety of colours. Black / Green - Small 51-55cm Blue / White - Small 51-55cm Silver / White - Small 51-55cm Titanium / Silver - Small 51-55cm Also co…
Toastplex Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago2 Comments
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I've no idea. I really wanted a green one in a large size as I have read that these are excellent helmets. I currently own a Giro Skyline in large and I have a large melon of a head so that's all normal. Unsure how things go when they make them for littler people.

If anyone sees the Green version of this in a large on sale, please hit me up. My Skyline has lost its padding and the replacement I bought made by a competitor is a bit naff.

:)
I have one of these and it's worth bearing in mind that they run small. I'm usually a small in all bike helmets but had to buy a medium Monza.
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Cateye padrone wireless large screen cycle / bike computer - black £34.95 at high on bikes

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Saw this and thought it might be of use to someone looking for a bike computer. It has good reviews and is the cheapest i have seen. Free P+P CatEye Padrone Wireless Large Screen Bike Computer
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Crud road bike mudguards on offer @ HighOnBikes £20.95

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Winter is coming, the roads are getting wet... and muddy. After years of getting a wet bum I am going to get some mudguards! Cheapest price I can find on the net is from high on bikes saving £8.04
benhawksworth Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago9 Comments
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I have had these fitted for years with no problems.
If you ever need to replace a part, you can purchase them all individually direct from the manufacturer.
Well, they came the next day, just in time for a load of rain! Took me about 30 mins to fit, not hours. Easy to fit for anyone who has ever put together lego, although the instructions could be clearer. Only mistake I made was I mixed up the front and back extensions. Been over loads of bumps (so called cycle paths) and they are still running true. The bushes that come with them help. Think I prefer these to the race blades as they give a bit more coverage.
Put these on my bike last winter, (took hours to install) and the front guard was forever rubbing - wouldn't recommend & I got mine c&c in halfords for £20
I'll be trying the raceblades this year, they look a lot more solid.
I used these last year on my trek madone 2.1, they look good but are a pain to fit. they would constantly rub on the tyres, even if they started out ok on a ride, one bump and they'd rub again.
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sealskinz gloves going cheap @ high on bikes from £9.95

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Some gloves (including a kids size), hats and overshoes reduced as they are clearing out the sealskinz stock. 9.95 to 34.95 and free UK delivery Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
bellmal Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago11 Comments
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Nice one op!
I had a pair of the socks once. I used them with some regular trainers to go biking. The trainers got soaked and about 30 mins into the ride I could feel the water on my feet so they aren't completely waterproof. I sent them back for a refund and just bought some waterproof shoes instead. The shoes were loads better. They may be OK for light usage but useless for heavier stuff.


Edited By: steslatt on Sep 15, 2014 10:21
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Care to name which one

Most recently I have used Cycle Surgery. They have the Waterproof Beanie for £18.74 (rather than £21.95) and the All Weather Waterproof Glove for £20.99 (rather than £24.95). I can recommend them.

This deal might be better for some items, haven't checked them all.

I can also recommend Tredz from recent experience, they look slightly cheaper on the same things.
Care to name which one
Don't want to be a killjoy, but I've just checked a couple of the gloves I'm interested in, and a beanie, and they were all cheaper at other online cycle stores.
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KMC X9-93 MTB/Road chain £13.95 @ HighOnBikes

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Great chains. I have used about 5 and never had a break. They normally sit around the £18-£22 range. I phoned up yesterday to find out if this is really the 93 model and not the cheaper 73 and th…
Thrall Avatar4y, 8m agoFound 4 years, 8 months ago1 Comment
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If buying more than 1 or spending £20 including other stuff to get free delivery it is better to buy here http://www.parker-international.co.uk/7184/KMC-X9-93-Silver-Grey-Bike-Chain.html
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RSP Asteri Front Bike Light @ HighOnBikes.com £44.95

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Got a mail shot from CycleSurgery today offering discounts on lights. Saw that I could get the one I was interested in a bit cheaper at HighOnBikes.com. I would have posted this after I'd received it
grazie Avatar5y, 2m agoFound 5 years, 2 months ago13 Comments
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Not voted either way.

These are a great buy at $45 http://www.dealextreme.com/p/t6-waterproof-xml-t6-3-mode-1200-lumen-white-led-bike-light-with-battery-pack-set-82510 I bought one myself and you can go down a country lane full pelt.
For those that are interested in this, I tried it last night and was pretty pleased with it. At the price, there's nothing that comes close to this in terms of how bright it is, the unit size, the battery life and the excellent build quality. It's not quite bright enough to cycle down unlit lanes or off road at full pelt, but you'd have pay a lot more or build your own to get something that was and it'd probably still cost you more just for the bits.
Unless they extend the discount code period, today is the last day to get this at just over £40 if your total spend is £50+.


Edited By: grazie on Sep 30, 2011 08:34
Besford
It may be very good, it may be reduced but it's still a very stupid price for a bike light. Cycling seems to be one of those categories where enthusiasts can still be separated from large amounts of money with ease. Pound shop lights may not be the answer but there's a lot of decent kit available between £1 and £45!


You obviously haven't tried the lights on offer between £1 and £45 otherwise you would realise the vast difference in performance.

Personally I am willing to pay another £20 or £30 to get seen and be safer.

Each to their own I guess!
It may be very good, it may be reduced but it's still a very stupid price for a bike light. Cycling seems to be one of those categories where enthusiasts can still be separated from large amounts of money with ease. Pound shop lights may not be the answer but there's a lot of decent kit available between £1 and £45!
heat from me, thanks op
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Wellgo MG1 flat pedals all colours £31.95 @ High on Bikes

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Very popular lightweight flat MTB pedals, seems to be the price? (£45 ish at CRC) Maybe not purple in stock others he said are.
Smiff Avatar5y, 4m agoFound 5 years, 4 months ago8 Comments
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not sure why somebody expired this.
yeah Nano is £43.
Kona WahWah looks very similar and a deal at £34 as long as you don't mind grey..
+1 on the Nano Tech, but they used to be significantly cheaper. I think I paid about £25 max.
If you're after flats these are very similar to Kona WahWahs and come in white:

Superstar Nano Tech

http://superstar.tibolts.co.uk/images/New-2010-Nano.jpg

Edited By: Kafkaesque on Jul 21, 2011 09:48
slim jim magnesium £40
http://www.cycleworld.co.uk/product/17618/Gusset_Slim_Jim_Magnesium_Pedals

outland custom cnc
http://www.cyclestore.co.uk/productDetails.asp?productID=14865&categoryID=195
(looks like a gusset slim jim though? which are £20 ish?)

Edited By: Smiff on Jul 20, 2011 23:52: blah
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Clif Bar Energy Bars £14.95 @ High on Bikes

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Cheapest I can find for these energy bars. Only tried the chocolate chip so far and they taste good. Free postage in UK I think as well (free to Edinburgh anyway)
Delicious Avatar5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago2 Comments
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Lucosade bars offer a far more cost-effective option. Alternatively if wanting things for cyclin you can't do better than highgate Foods Flapjacks from amazon.

If you do find a deal of Clif's gels though, let me know!
Whilst these are great, what High on Bikes doesn't state is that these are the small bars - the regular Clif Bars are 68g, not 50g.
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