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Race Face Prodigy Mountain Bike Stem £9.99

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9y, 4m agoFound 9 years, 4 months ago
For any of you into mountain biking, Wiggle offering an amazing 75% off Race Face stems in many sizes and colours. Order over £50 and you gte 10% off, plus fill in the newsletter registration and you get another fiver off. Happy Days ...

NOW £4.84 OR LESS IN CLEARANCE SALE!!!
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#1
Looks no bad for a tenner.

Just one problem, not bought ma bike yet lol
banned#2
is that what links the bike to the handlebars?
why would i want a new one? (heat added)
#3
It looks nice
It can give you a longer reach, so possibly a more comfortable riding position.
Expensive/light components all built together, will have you laughing at the top of a hill, while the people with their £60 bikes walk up to meet you :giggle:
#4
HaggisHunter
It looks nice
It can give you a longer reach, so possibly a more comfortable riding position.
Expensive/light components all built together, will have you laughing at the top of a hill, while the people with their £60 bikes walk up to meet you :giggle:


Why do bike snobs assume that people who buy cheap MTB intend to ride them up and down small mountains? Same reason I won't use my Subaru to cross the Sahara or my Salomons to freestyle in the snow park - we're not idiots.
#5
sburley
Why do bike snobs assume that people who buy cheap MTB intend to ride them up and down small mountains? Same reason I won't use my Subaru to cross the Sahara or my Salomons to freestyle in the snow park - we're not idiots.


See, cheap £60 bikes are the LADA's of the bike world.

And i'm in Scotland, and i've seen lots of idiots trying to get up hills with them and 99% of the time they do walk it.
It is pretty much just all hills here of course.
Also seen plenty in bike shops wondering why their new bikes just amazingly fell to bits.

Here where i live, you dont stand a chance of actually cycling up an entire hill, without spending £150-200 on a bike.
#6
HaggisHunter
Here where i live, you dont stand a chance of actually cycling up an entire hill, without spending £150-200 on a bike.


So nothing to do with Scotland being known as the 'Sick man of Europe'.:giggle:

And a Lada Niva would probably cross the Sahara and climb a Scottish mountain better than that landie on TG.
#7
sburley
Why do bike snobs assume that people who buy cheap MTB intend to ride them up and down small mountains? Same reason I won't use my Subaru to cross the Sahara or my Salomons to freestyle in the snow park - we're not idiots.


I know what you mean. I would never take my Bugatti Veyron to the Nurburgring either...it would be madness.
#8
I've got a old cheap bike and I go up hills, Its a struggle but its just more exercise!
#9
sburley
So nothing to do with Scotland being known as the 'Sick man of Europe'.:giggle:


Yea cos i must be so sick when i've been cycling a couple hundred miles a week.

And its not more exercise, as the folk with better bikes will cycle further and easily make it up.
#10
This is a great deal go well with my prodigy seatpost and replace my ridiculously short current stem. Thanks
#11
HaggisHunter
See, cheap £60 bikes are the LADA's of the bike world.

And i'm in Scotland, and i've seen lots of idiots trying to get up hills with them and 99% of the time they do walk it.
It is pretty much just all hills here of course.
Also seen plenty in bike shops wondering why their new bikes just amazingly fell to bits.

Here where i live, you dont stand a chance of actually cycling up an entire hill, without spending £150-200 on a bike.



err... so what did people do when a 150-200 pound bike was as heavy and the same spec as what is now a 60 pound bike? its not the bike that matters its the cyclist !
#12
1duck
err... so what did people do when a 150-200 pound bike was as heavy and the same spec as what is now a 60 pound bike? its not the bike that matters its the cyclist !


The fact is, most the £60 bikes are those full-suspension solid steel things that are in fashion but of no relevant use.
Due to the extra weight involved in all the extra steel for the dual-sus frames etc, even the old bikes wouldnt have been as heavy as these things.

Older bikes were, no suspension and medium thickness steel tubing.
New bikes, heavy suspension kits and thick steel tubing.

And all the gimmicks, suspension and disc brakes etc, that they add on new bikes now, take away money from the rest of the components, degrading the quality of the whole bike.
The older bikes would most likely still be able to go up hills (after a half hour clean up), better than a brand new cheapo thing.

In fact my sisters steel Specialized Hardrock would guaranteed be lighter, and that was about the £200 price mark a good few years ago.
Stand it beside a brand spanking new £60 cheapo, and the old Hardrock would rip it to shreds.
#13
The £60 cast iron(weight) front suspension bike I got of ebay 8 years ago will go up, down, round anything I throw at it. I ride it 5 days a week over all kinds of terrain on my way to and from work and it has never let me down.
#14
HaggisHunter
Stand it beside a brand spanking new £60 cheapo, and the old Hardrock would rip it to shreds.


Think you've seen too many Transformers trailers.
#15
sburley
Think you've seen too many Transformers trailers.


:giggle: :giggle:
#16
paulie_vtr
The £60 cast iron(weight) front suspension bike I got of ebay 8 years ago will go up, down, round anything I throw at it. I ride it 5 days a week over all kinds of terrain on my way to and from work and it has never let me down.


"all kinds of terrain" - really? You must have quite an entertaining commmute.
#17
Yes I do. I always get home smiling! Well smiling, wet and muddy. I must poiint out that all kinds does exclude lunar terrain sand and ice. So I think it might have been a slightly mistaken exaduradtion when I said ALL kinds!
#18
Meh didnt even like Transformers the first time they were about.

As for the cast iron bike, yea a bit of an exageration on most of it ;-)
#19
How can one part be most of it? I'm with you on the Transformers though.
#20
Aye but i doubt they ever made cast iron suspension bikes lol.
If its an old steel-framed bike from a few years ago, its most likely not that heavy and most the weight is in the components.
Cant tell if you trail ride , but after 8years of 5-day a week through mud i bet a lot of its been replaced anyway.

And no wonder people Pirate films, when all Hollywood makes are crappy old ideas.
#21
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