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Five Ten Freerider Mountain Bike Shoes £48.00 Stif Cycles

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Five Ten Freerider Grey/Blue Mountain Biking shoes for flat pedals £48 These should be about £80 or so, usually discounted to about £70 or so. £48 is cheap as chips. When I got a pair for myself, th…
richard11 Avatar11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago14 Comments
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I tend to use clipless off road and on road but before going with SPD clipless on the mountains I got two pairs of these and they are exceptionally good. Mine were size ten and i found even with my wide feet they came up slightly loose.

One thing I don;t like it that the super tacky rubber compound leaves marks everywhere. Accidentally wore them to dinner at a posh hotel in London and left black streaks all over their lovely floor that would not come out :/
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chalkyrollo
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What's so special about these vs flat trainers?
​The soles are made with a super grippy rubber, also they don't bend flex like a normal trainer. also with skate type trainers you feel the spikes coming through the soles, very uncomfortable on long uphill especially. I currently use shimano am flats but fancy some of these while there going cheap.
richard11
MRR_ltd
What's so special about these vs flat trainers?
Apparently, the sole is made of some special compound. The studs on flat pedals dig into it and stay dug in. I used to think it was a load of cobblers and I also bought Teva Links MTB shoes and a pair of 661's. However, you can really tell the difference. I had a couple of horrible crashes with the Teva Links,. where my foot came off a pedal on a jump and it ended badly. I'm sure it was down to bad technique, but the fact remains that Five Tens are very forgiving and let me get away with it. I would never buy anything else for extreme stuff.
MRR_ltd
What's so special about these vs flat trainers?
Ah, thanks for info guys. Well I'm kind of new to all this as I only recently got into cycling. So would you recommend something like this for on-road use? (I own a Boradman Hybrid Comp btw). Or would the standard clip-on type of shoes be more suitable? if so, which one's?
Ah, I remember my foot coming off the pedals on two different occasions :s got off lucky as I managed to regain my balance.
I like the idea of not faffing about with the clip-on shoes and going for these, what's your guys take on it? thanks
I'd say these aren't necessary for road cycling, though they would work. I'm the wrong person to comment on clips X) I've never liked the idea of being bolted to a bike, I like to know I can bail out when things go out of shape (which they often seem to, in my case) oO
i use clipless for mtb offroad, but i dont ride serious downhill, never had an issue quick releasing as always have it on the loosest tension, but at the same time my foot rarely comes out when i'm not expecting.

think i'm gonna try flats and 510s next summer

mtb spd can be good for commuting as the under sole generally covers the SPD, so you dont end up marking floors with the metal plate on the sole of the foot.
i wear shimano (always a full size up) m088 are good and about £50, but the northwave on offer for £45 on evans and CRB chain reaction get good reviews too (orange or lime green trim with black
chalkyrollo
MRR_ltd
What's so special about these vs flat trainers?
​The soles are made with a super grippy rubber, also they don't bend flex like a normal trainer. also with skate type trainers you feel the spikes coming through the soles, very uncomfortable on long uphill especially. I currently use shimano am flats but fancy some of these while there going cheap.

Very stiff soles compared to trainers. When I started using these, it immediately cured the soreness in the balls of my feet after rides. Super sticky rubber means they are about as close to being clipped in as you can get, without the hassle of spd's/cleats.
MRR_ltd
chalkyrollo
MRR_ltd
What's so special about these vs flat trainers?
​The soles are made with a super grippy rubber, also they don't bend flex like a normal trainer. also with skate type trainers you feel the spikes coming through the soles, very uncomfortable on long uphill especially. I currently use shimano am flats but fancy some of these while there going cheap.
richard11
MRR_ltd
What's so special about these vs flat trainers?
Apparently, the sole is made of some special compound. The studs on flat pedals dig into it and stay dug in. I used to think it was a load of cobblers and I also bought Teva Links MTB shoes and a pair of 661's. However, you can really tell the difference. I had a couple of horrible crashes with the Teva Links,. where my foot came off a pedal on a jump and it ended badly. I'm sure it was down to bad technique, but the fact remains that Five Tens are very forgiving and let me get away with it. I would never buy anything else for extreme stuff.
MRR_ltd
What's so special about these vs flat trainers?
Ah, thanks for info guys. Well I'm kind of new to all this as I only recently got into cycling. So would you recommend something like this for on-road use? (I own a Boradman Hybrid Comp btw). Or would the standard clip-on type of shoes be more suitable? if so, which one's?
Ah, I remember my foot coming off the pedals on two different occasions :s got off lucky as I managed to regain my balance.
I like the idea of not faffing about with the clip-on shoes and going for these, what's your guys take on it? thanks

I'd say these aren't necessary for road cycling, though they would work. I'm the wrong person to comment on clips X) I've never liked the idea of being bolted to a bike, I like to know I can bail out when things go out of shape (which they often seem to, in my case) oO

Edited By: richard11 on Dec 12, 2015 09:12
richard11
chalkyrollo
richard11
chalkyrollo
What are the sizing like? My Mrs got some and she had to get a half size bigger. Thanks.
That would be about right. I would ideally take size 7.5 but you can never get them, so I buy an 8, which normally feel slightly big. But these don't, they fit me OK.
​Bloody hell, that's about right and none size 9.5. 9 to small and 10's like canoes. ah well!

You could try a 10, I reckon they'd be more like 9.5.


​I'm a size 9, so would Need a 9.5. The only reason I know they are small fitting is because the Mrs has some. Just thought I would get second opinion about the sizing. Thanks anyway.
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Five Ten Impact Low 2 Shoes Black £53.99 @ Stif Performance Cycles

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Great shoe at a great price. loads of sizes available.
diablojon Avatar1y, 20h agoFound 1 year, 20 hours ago1 Comment
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I have the freeriders and they are such good shoes for cycling. Really stick to studded pedals and stopped my feet feeling sore after rides compared to wearing trainers.
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FOX INDICATOR AM TR MTB MOUNTAIN BIKING SHORTS - GREY sizes 30-36 down to £29.99 on stif

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Fox Indicator Shorts - Grey These AM/TR shorts from Fox come without a liner which means you get a better shell for less money. Features: Polyester mechanical 2-way stretch main body Stretch…
whatyadoinsucka Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago7 Comments
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Slightly better short with an inner padded liner is £44.99
http://www.evanscycles.com/products/fox-clothing/attack-q4-shorts-ec059510#BVRRWidgetID
esky123
These have been on offer for ages
When I posted I'd misread as includes liner short, I then reread and amended my description, wouldn't have posted if I'd noticed originally
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cold- too short for winter use

Typical southerner lol.. It's positively mild at minute
For mtb I've had my knees out all year round, do these southerner wear gore brand tights or long shorts
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cold- too short for winter use


Typical southerner lol.. It's positively mild at minute
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Trek Marlin 29er Hardtail Mountain Bike 2013 £350.00 @ stif

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Same bike was on last night from evans was an awesome deal then at £395 with an extra 10% discount available was going to buy today but the extra 10% had run out so I searched and found this deal unbe…
d2ley Avatar3y, 3w agoFound 3 years, 3 weeks ago6 Comments
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Size is a red herring. Emily Batty races on a 29er and she's tiny, doesn't seem to hold her back. The parts aren't great on these but it is only £350. The frame is used on more expensive models so it us worth upgrading as parts wear out.
tighty
i own a 29er and i'm 6'2". My wife prefered the 29er also and she is only 5'7" so go with it. Whats important is the frame geometry, but you can always alter that slightly with different frame sizes.

For £350 you are looking at the bootom end of the 29er's they are still classed as NEW and therefore more expensive. decathalon do a cheaper one which has a decent frame and you could spec up. just be warned the forks are very expensive on a 29er

would she not prefer the 69er instead :p lol

Edited By: davenkim on Nov 12, 2013 16:06
i own a 29er and i'm 6'2". My wife prefered the 29er also and she is only 5'7" so go with it. Whats important is the frame geometry, but you can always alter that slightly with different frame sizes.

For £350 you are looking at the bootom end of the 29er's they are still classed as NEW and therefore more expensive. decathalon do a cheaper one which has a decent frame and you could spec up. just be warned the forks are very expensive on a 29er
See a comment advising Trek bikes can only be collected in store or delviery by a member of staff. Must limit this deal to those in the local area.
whats the general consensus for the best value bike around the £350 mark? im thinking i might get a specialized hardrock over this?
really not sure about the 29er wheels as well as im only 5ft 6", would look like a clowns bike on me!
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Fox Livewire Cycling Jersey - £11.99 + £3 postage (Reduced from £31.99) @ Stif

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Fox Livewire Jersey. Performance fitted short sleeve riding jersey. Free postage over £30. At Stif - emribena
IanElk Avatar3y, 5m agoFound 3 years, 5 months ago3 Comments
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I got a cancellation email from them last night - can't meet demand :( Not impressed.
It is allowed. If a motorist cannot see a cyclist unless he is in a bright colour, I would question whether they should be driving!

Edited By: Snomaes on Jun 29, 2013 08:05: Poor grammar
Cyclists wearing black...
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cube two 15 pro downhill mtb £3,199.00 @ stiff

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looking for a new bike and havnt stopped drooling over this one.... £3199 delivered @ stif . i know its going to get a ton of cold votes but what a proper bike it is .
cadmus Avatar4y, 1m agoFound 4 years, 1 month ago16 Comments
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Looks like a fugly Tesco BSO.
So why is this a bargain -- is it normally £5k or something?
nice to see you HUKDealers have put in some hot votes andf the halfords lot have stayed away :)
if you live local'ish, stif have loads of bikes and if your paying this sort of money i would defo have a try before you buy.

bought my cube (hardtail) from them and they have various 0% deals.
Looks awesome
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RockShox Domain 318 180mm 1.5'' Forks 2007 -- £195.00! @ stif.co.uk

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Best deal around for hardcore long travel single crowns. Built for extreme freeride & downhill. Down from £475 to £195. Cracking price. So many computer related deals being posted at the mo…
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out of stock
tek-monkey
If you look at a professional product yet can't understand it's value, then you show a lack of understanding or intelligence. Most people will understand a Ferrari is better than a Hyundai for doing what a Ferrari does (speed, build quality), and accept that the price is indicative of this. The same people will question a mountain bike priced in a similar vein, that either shows a lack of understanding on why the product is better or a lack of intelligence to make the link between other prestige items they do value (iphone 4 vs nokia 3210 for example).
You could have just said that these items, though expensive, are also subject to the law of diminishing returns - this is, if you didn't want to explain what justifies a price like this. There was no need to insult anyone's intelligence, or to call people names. And when it comes to intelligence, I shall remind you that you don't know anything about me, and I'm not the one who's been a victim of a marketing department, and willing to spend £3000 on a pushbike. Just lose a kilo of body weight, is probably better for you in the long term and may even save you ££££.

And just as an edit: I notice you use the word 'value'. That's a very subjective term. 'Competitive price' would have been better.

Edited By: nomisco on Apr 26, 2012 13:42
If you look at a professional product yet can't understand it's value, then you show a lack of understanding or intelligence. Most people will understand a Ferrari is better than a Hyundai for doing what a Ferrari does (speed, build quality), and accept that the price is indicative of this. The same people will question a mountain bike priced in a similar vein, that either shows a lack of understanding on why the product is better or a lack of intelligence to make the link between other prestige items they do value (iphone 4 vs nokia 3210 for example).
tek-monkey
It is an unfortunate fact that trolls and window-lickers share rather similar DNA.
Along with those whose only intellectual ammunition are personal insults.
It is an unfortunate fact that trolls and window-lickers share rather similar DNA.
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Had mine today, very nice helmet, best fit I've ever had. No longer have to look like a moron either with its style and has great protection.
Stif is a good trustworthy site that often has good deals that don't get nearly enough heat around here imho.

obviously, not all helmets are the same. buy what YOU need for what YOU do.

having said, this deal isn;t amazing. Women's one is cheaper here
http://www.cyclesurgery.com/pws/UniqueProductKey.ice?ProductID=CFOX0102PP
and even less if you want Large
http://www.edinburghbicycle.com/ebwPNLqrymode.a4p?f_ProductID=13506&f_FullProductVersion=1

men's isn't much more either.
not voting.

Edited By: Smiff on Jan 17, 2012 19:05
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thejc
You get what you pay for in this world...I would never spend less than £50 on a bike helmet, for on or off road..£9.99 means it cheap and crap I won't do a thing if you crash......FTW


Where do you substantiate this claim from? All helmets sold in the UK have to meet the minimum safety standards, and other than the one I mentioned I've never seen helmets being sold as safer...

I've cut and pasted the relevant bit on the link I provided (and it also may help Besford decide why certain helmets cost more) below

Price vs. Features.. Are all helmets created equal?


Although all helmets available comply with the same basic safety standards (there is an American based Snell B95 standard which a few UK available helmets pass and which is more stringent than the basic standard required for sale in the UK), there is a big variation in cost - so if they're all as safe as each other, what does your extra money get you? and is it worth spending extra?

- Cycle helmets can get a bit warm, especially in summer. More expensive helmets generally have more air vents and better internal airflow to keep your head cool, BUT this can often reduce the amount of polystyrene meaning that the amount of energy the helmet can absorb *may* be reduced.

- Comfort is a very important issue with helmets - if a helmet is uncomfortable, then you're less likely to wear it, and it is useless if you leave it at home! More expensive helmets may have fancier fitting systems, which make them more comfortable and easier to fit.

- Some more expensive helmets have a crash replacement policy - they give you a replacement at a reduced price - so you are buying an insurance policy along with the helmet!

Fit - Helmets created by the big name specialists in bicycle helmet production are generally in receipt of exhaustive research and design. The fit is often better and more accurate to real head shapes and as a result the comfort is higher.

But bear in mind that a helmet is also a fashion accessory - so you are also paying more for fancy colours and design flourishes...


I think this looks like a decent price for a nice helmet (very well reviewed). But I'd personally be wary about buying without trying for the reason riders999 said. I find that Met helmets fit me well, but others (like Bell) just feel 'odd' and press in weird places. I've obviously a Met shaped head !


I'm sure it meets "some" safety standards but,as In cars that are crash tested, some protect your head better.
A cheap helmet that sits in top of your head with no types of adjustments ie many inner foam pads that can be removed to fit better, an adjuster clip at the rear that makes it fit better and a lower back that protects MORE OF YOUR HEAD Will NOT work as well as the fox flux...
I have a fox flux and have been using it for years,I've tried many different types of helmets and it's the best one I have ever had.
I've yet to test its crash capabilities but if you never hear from again you know it didn't work and I'm dead....hahaha
all i meant was if you were not aware of the advantages of owning a decent helmet then the likelihood is it wouldnt represent good value for you, a case of reading text without the tone it was intended,I dont have an attitude at all my interpritation of your comment was not one of a question more of a statement saying its not worth the money, if i got this wrong I apologise, but anyone who follows bike posts will back me up on the fact that people vote good quality bike related items cold without any knowledge on the product other than "its cheaper in tescos" meaning that people who may take advantage of the deal may miss out
Besford
Sponge
Looks like a very nice helmet. I particularly like the low back - something you don't see in many helmets at the moment.

If I hadn't recently bought a helmet from CRC, then I'd be buying this.

Hot.


About the only poster who has offered a good reason why it's better - that makes sense.

Most replies are just from brand snobs/mugs. You DON'T always get what you pay for; I for one would want to know what justifies the price. I'm happy to hear good advice but the OP's first response sums up a real 'attitude'.



Edited By: broadyo796 on Jan 17, 2012 16:54: added coma
thejc
You get what you pay for in this world...I would never spend less than £50 on a bike helmet, for on or off road..£9.99 means it cheap and crap I won't do a thing if you crash......FTW


Where do you substantiate this claim from? All helmets sold in the UK have to meet the minimum safety standards, and other than the one I mentioned I've never seen helmets being sold as safer...

I've cut and pasted the relevant bit on the link I provided (and it also may help Besford decide why certain helmets cost more) below

Price vs. Features.. Are all helmets created equal?


Although all helmets available comply with the same basic safety standards (there is an American based Snell B95 standard which a few UK available helmets pass and which is more stringent than the basic standard required for sale in the UK), there is a big variation in cost - so if they're all as safe as each other, what does your extra money get you? and is it worth spending extra?

- Cycle helmets can get a bit warm, especially in summer. More expensive helmets generally have more air vents and better internal airflow to keep your head cool, BUT this can often reduce the amount of polystyrene meaning that the amount of energy the helmet can absorb *may* be reduced.

- Comfort is a very important issue with helmets - if a helmet is uncomfortable, then you're less likely to wear it, and it is useless if you leave it at home! More expensive helmets may have fancier fitting systems, which make them more comfortable and easier to fit.

- Some more expensive helmets have a crash replacement policy - they give you a replacement at a reduced price - so you are buying an insurance policy along with the helmet!

Fit - Helmets created by the big name specialists in bicycle helmet production are generally in receipt of exhaustive research and design. The fit is often better and more accurate to real head shapes and as a result the comfort is higher.

But bear in mind that a helmet is also a fashion accessory - so you are also paying more for fancy colours and design flourishes...


I think this looks like a decent price for a nice helmet (very well reviewed). But I'd personally be wary about buying without trying for the reason riders999 said. I find that Met helmets fit me well, but others (like Bell) just feel 'odd' and press in weird places. I've obviously a Met shaped head !
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broadyo796
yeah my comment wasnt meant with any malice its hard sometimes to convey your tone in text, lol as far as your tyres go i have pretty much the same requirements as you and ive ordered the 2.1 s for the same reason , so i hope so
frakison
broadyo796
i personally wouldnt carry a spare either , i havnt posted because its a folding tyre(lots are these days)its a good tyre at a good price
frakison
Why would you need a spare tyre, perhaps hardcore rock riding etc?!?! I've been stranded more times than I care to remember but that was always the tube that had gone.

Ahh, my comment was not sarcastic or anything, Im only just getting back into MTB riding so Im out of touch with tyre prices so it was more of a question. My new bike (a Carerra Kraken) is a great bike (despite what some bike snobs will say) but it has awful tyres, way too much road resistance, do you think these would be better for someone who does 80% light off-road and 20%road riding??

Can you report back when you've tried them, seems daft to replace the tyres so early on but they do seem like hard work on road ;)
yeah my comment wasnt meant with any malice its hard sometimes to convey your tone in text, lol as far as your tyres go i have pretty much the same requirements as you and ive ordered the 2.1 s for the same reason , so i hope so
frakison
broadyo796
i personally wouldnt carry a spare either , i havnt posted because its a folding tyre(lots are these days)its a good tyre at a good price
frakison
Why would you need a spare tyre, perhaps hardcore rock riding etc?!?! I've been stranded more times than I care to remember but that was always the tube that had gone.


Ahh, my comment was not sarcastic or anything, Im only just getting back into MTB riding so Im out of touch with tyre prices so it was more of a question. My new bike (a Carerra Kraken) is a great bike (despite what some bike snobs will say) but it has awful tyres, way too much road resistance, do you think these would be better for someone who does 80% light off-road and 20%road riding??
broadyo796
i personally wouldnt carry a spare either , i havnt posted because its a folding tyre(lots are these days)its a good tyre at a good price
frakison
Why would you need a spare tyre, perhaps hardcore rock riding etc?!?! I've been stranded more times than I care to remember but that was always the tube that had gone.


Ahh, my comment was not sarcastic or anything, Im only just getting back into MTB riding so Im out of touch with tyre prices so it was more of a question. My new bike (a Carerra Kraken) is a great bike (despite what some bike snobs will say) but it has awful tyres, way too much road resistance, do you think these would be better for someone who does 80% light off-road and 20%road riding??
i personally wouldnt carry a spare either , i havnt posted because its a folding tyre(lots are these days)its a good tyre at a good price
frakison
Why would you need a spare tyre, perhaps hardcore rock riding etc?!?! I've been stranded more times than I care to remember but that was always the tube that had gone.
The other advantage is that folding tyres use a kevlar bead which is significantly lighter than a wire bead...
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Avid Juicy 3 09 Disc Brake, White, Rear only, £34.99 Delivered at Stif

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Stif now do free delivery on all UK orders! Avid Juicy 3 front or rear white disc brakes - Intended use Cross Country, All Mountain - FINISH White - Special features Improved lever to s…
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Got a set of these on my specialized & I'm pretty happy with them. I weigh about 18st too so theyre quite powerful. Think I have the '10 version if there was one though as it's a '10 bike.
indeed this was a though of mine also, but i like to believe royal mail.

If it falls flat on its @ss then I wont be some accomodating to the posties who ask to leave other peoples post at mine as I work shifts..

anyway off topic, if only they had the front and back sets id of snapped em up for our lass, shes on the mechanicals atm and i think they r a bit poo.

Edited By: Arizolas on Oct 21, 2010 11:48: .
Thanks, but saying
Sorry, this product is no longer available, click here to go back

guess i was too late :|
Arizolas
interesting, ill have to check whats on my orange atm.Btw I have had issues with Stif before, I sent back two cycling tops (45 each) and they stated they never received them. I sent them recorded and someone had signed for them at the business address. So im in the process of taking them to a small claims court (what a f*-k on)so id personally NEVER use STIF.

Its so annoying when that kind of thing happens but I have found out on a few occasions that the Post office is usually the perpetrator for lying & faking signatures.Unless the signature can be proven that it was signed by some one who works there you wont get far.
OP the deal needs editing, the link only shows the rear being available in stock, the listing on the website is slightly misleading, but heat added, its a good price for a quality bit of kit!
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Five Ten shoes up to 20% i.e. Five Ten Karver £59.99+£3P&P @ Stif

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Five Ten shoes up to 20% off usual prices. This will probably only interest Mountain Bike Riders. I therefore don't expect it to get hot but hopefully it will help at least one person . Please don'…
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Neither do I.... more for the Visa. OOPS.

These are great though!
people on this site dont carry that much money on them.
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Santa Cruz Juliana Mk2 Lrg Ano Gold Frame - Stif.co.uk - £599.99

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Sweet sexy frame, nice price!!!!!! Large only by the looks of things but well worth the dollar.
staceyb83 Avatar7y, 1m agoFound 7 years, 1 month ago11 Comments
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not a bad price for a decent frame, heated
staceyb83;6639847
this was a bad hot deal by the looks of it! WHOOPS

Ya, terrible. Reminded me of how poor I really am. :cry:

I actually consider my £200+ bike to be a luxury item.
this was a bad hot deal by the looks of it! WHOOPS
You can quite easily spend £3k+ on a top end mountain bike. This type of frame is a serious bit of kit: not a Halfords jobby. It is a bargain for those who are serious about mountain biking and shouldn't be voted cold by those who are happy with Halfords bikes.
Oh It's a bike frame, I was wondering how the picture fitted in!!:whistling:
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Stif.co.uk - Fox Riders Gear - Cheapest Fox Clothing prices around - Lots of offers. £1.99

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My mate send me a text about the previously mentioned 84% off Fox jeans, so then I checked out the site and found loads more bargains on there. (Bargains for Fox clothing) Has rider gear, and ge…
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Ah yes! Shocking website but yes deffo some deals on there. 20% off on some of the hoodies which i liked on Stif.

cheers bud
if your after cheap fox gear then you could always try [url]www.1stmx.co.uk[/url] ive not looked recently but i had some good deals a couple of motnhs ago. like stif they sell of last years designs at discount prices
Wish I knew about them sooner! So many hoodies there.. and poor size range :( Gutted
sadly nothing i like in my size but some nice prices... and for those who dont know stiff, their a top class retailer! ive used them for years
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Fox Flux 08 Helmet now only £44.99 @ Stif

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These are awesome lids! I have a Giro Havok and I'm very tempted to upgrade at this price. Stif are a good shop too, I've used them before. - Deep rear profile EPS shell offers more comprehensive c…
Mik3yB Avatar7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago1 Comment
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i bought one of these from stif a couple of months ago, a lovely looking helmet, good quality and bloody comfortable.. theres a few retailers selling old stock at this price, but its still a cracking deal
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FOX MOUNTAIN BIKE JEANS 84% OFF AT WWW.STIF.CO.UK PLUS ANOTHER 5%OFF £8.54

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FOUR DIFFERENT TYPES £8.99 EACH PLUS 5% OFF £8.54 EACH
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1 pair = £3 p&p.
Ordered a pair for my son.
cicobuff;4268146
Fox gear for skinnies, so that means MTB clothing for road cyclists...just doesnt go!


nah.cheap pair of descent jeans for ur kids.
my cousin is 16, and heavily into mountain biking.might buy him a pair
Fox gear for skinnies, so that means MTB clothing for road cyclists...just doesnt go!
For skinny people only.....28" mostly and one in 30"
Probably need to add postage too?
Bloody good prices, good spot, shame I could only just about get 1 leg into size 28" waist! Wonder if the missues could get in these?
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Stif Performance Mountain Bikes - 20% Off Everything (exc. frames, bikes and vouchers)

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Only good if you're really into mountain bikes... obviously.
kpmatthews Avatar7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago2 Comments
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Yeah well thats just nuts. Its like voting an M&S deal cold just becuase you only shop at Aldi. This is a superb deal and I saved a small fortune on a pair of Fox Forks last night (Actually only just saw this post this morning)
Stif are a great shop - very helpful, not always the cheapest but for some kit this 20% deal makes them unbeatable.
Have some heat and rep from me.
Stif are pretty expensive but you might find a bargain in there somewhere, so I think HOT, not sure why peeps are voting cold, obviously not bikers!
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