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Lidl Bike and Cylcing offers , unicyle £24.99, tools and accessories from £1.99 - eg Bicycle Hanger only £3.99!

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Some very good offers for cycling and bike accessories! EG: Bicycle Hanger only £3.99 Unicyle £24.99 - fun!! Tools and accessories from £1.99!! Read More
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9y, 2m agoFound 9 years, 2 months ago
Some very good offers for cycling and bike accessories!
EG: Bicycle Hanger only £3.99
Unicyle £24.99 - fun!!
Tools and accessories from £1.99!!
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#1
They had these a few months ago. I'm really happy with mine. Excellent quality at a bargain price. Go for it!
#2
BEANZ-ON-TOAST
They had these a few months ago. I'm really happy with mine. Excellent quality at a bargain price. Go for it!


Thanks for the feedback Beanz-on-toast, info always helps other interested buyers:thumbsup:
#3
bargain, voted hot
#4
Nice. I recommend Gel bike saddles ;-)
banned#5
Would buy the bike hanger but I've got asbestos in my sheds roof.
banned#6
amibees;1661438
Thanks for the feedback Beanz-on-toast, info always helps other interested buyers:thumbsup:


Feedback on what exactly, it was very general!!
#7
They list a 'cycling rucksack' - I would say although dearer the best one for cycling is the Berghaus Freeflow range.

A mesh sits against your back and the frame of the rucksack supports a sold back with an airflow between the mesh on your back - which acts as a pretty solid back protector if the worst comes to the worst.

It also has a 2 litre "camel back" type hydration system (although you buy the bladder separately).

It comes in very many sizes - some really too large for cycling (although that is not its design purpose) and there is a new version each year - so you can pick up a cut price model by not opting for the current version. There is also a female version and a lighweight version.

The only downside is it lacks reflectiveness - but buying a kids hi-vis waistcoat and and putting the top straps through the sleeves quickly and cheaply resolves this, as it fastens in the air gap between the mesh and solid back - but would probably work on normal rucksacks too - but not as well. Halfords was doing these for a pound!

http://www.google.co.uk/products?hl=en&q=berghaus+freeflow&scoring=p

http://www.nomadtravel.co.uk/images/products/47823a7fc9776.jpg
#8
PS - I bought a unicycle - don't even go there!!! :whistling::whistling::whistling:

But it did get some toots when I stuck it on the bike rack on the car for a laugh. :-D

I am currently off work awaiting the injuries healing - which is sadly true - honest!!! (sickie)
#9
ibiza;1662546
PS - I bought a unicycle - don't even go there!!! :whistling::whistling::whistling:

But it did get some toots when I stuck it on the bike rack on the car for a laugh. :-D

I am currently off work awaiting the injuries healing - which is sadly true - honest!!! (sickie)



Ha Ha (Sorry)

Do you know anyone with a unicycle going cheap?
#10
I got mine on German Ebay - it was about 16 quid including postage for an 18 inch wheel.

20 inch wheels are meant to be best to start with - but I got 18 as I figured it would fit inside my rucksack when I went on holiday (which it did with the pedals off and seat post out).

It was actually a pretty good one as I am about 100kg and the very thick spokes did not even flex under my weight. I then ordered a 20 inch for a friend from the same people which never arrived.

Every now and again they have specials here...

http://unicycle.co.uk/Shop/shopdisplayproducts.asp?id=7&cat=Unicycles&ParentID=7

The bad news is you cannot learn on grass as they sink in - and it seems sand with the tide out only works with extremely wide wheeled ones - so the only option is somewhere solid.

I am finding it very difficult to learn - even though I cycle most days - but its just entirely different. Six seconds in my max.

God knows how people can ride 'ultimate wheels' without even a seat...

http://unicycle.co.uk/Images/Shop/ultimate201.jpg
#11
The very 'thought' of a unicycle just makes me eyes water!!!! :?
#12
Even this downhill ultimate wheel version?

http://unicycle.co.uk/Images/Shop/nimbusimpossible.jpg
#13
Doesn't rubber burn? Like carpets? :whistling:
#14
I went to my local Lidl (Warrington) at lunchtime and purchased a pair of the cycling shoes for £14.99. They look and feel very good and for that price I will not be arguing.

They had a limited selection of sizes though. Oh and only 1 unicycle in.
#15
A bit late, but I'd be wary of the shoes - the loop the strap goes through is very badly attached to the shoe upper - several in the shop had already come apart just from people trying them on for size.
#16
if you want to learn to unicycle find a narrow alleyway. This is how I learned. I used the walls to hold me up, get some momentum and then rode out of the alleyway into the lane behind it. After I had mastered balancing I then worked on getting up and started from a stationary position

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