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Giro Verona Womens Helmet at weeks cycles only £14.99 delivered @ Tweeks cycles

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Specifications Features: Full Coverage Shell, Snap Fit Visor With Reinforced Anchoring, Reflective Rear Decal Construction: In Mold Polycarbonate Shell With EPS Liner Fit System: Acu Dial Ventilat…
cyclian Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days agoAdd Comment
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Fox Clothing Flux Cauz Helmet - 2016 £29.99 @ Tweeks Cycles - Was £72 - Bike MTB

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Great MTB / XC / Trail helmet, current in stock in both sizes. I paid £60 for mine a few months back and been really pleased. Offers a good mix of protection and ventilation. Key Features All M…
jsstevo Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago4 Comments
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Yes, it's a really good usable helmet. Fox do the Metah which is there more extreme Trail helmet and this fits nicely below that.
I am mostly a commuter with occasional trail/mtb riding - would this be suitable?
Awesome price. I have this helmet and it is really comfortable with great protection coverage. I paid about 45 and thought I'd got a bargain. As far as helmets go it looks good too.
5% Quidco
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Endura Laser Gilet Hi Viz Yellow at weeks cycles only £14.99

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Key Features Windstop Shower Resistant Fabric Front Reflective Piping and Shoulder Prints Mesh Back Packs Down to Pocket Size LED Light Hanger Loop Description The Endura Laser Gilet offers ext…
cyclian Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days agoAdd Comment
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Enduro Stealth II Waterproof jacket £74.99 @ tweeks cycles

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Fantastic price for this jacket, I've got one myself and it's waterproof and very warm , I just use a base layer underneath it. Available in various colours
souljacker Avatar2w, 20h agoFound 2 weeks, 20 hours ago2 Comments
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Yoda has his own day?
Much needed on days like yoday
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Bell Stoker MTB Helmet (£64.99 RRP!!!) £29.99 delivered @ Tweeks cycles

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Bell Stoker mountain bike helmet, should be £64.99, reduced to £29.99.
anton010689 Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago4 Comments
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Now almost £50 for me ...
Just purchased one of these bargain at less than half the price get some good reviews too.
oops.. I though that said "Bell Stroker"
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High5 Marathon Nutrition Race Pack - Buy One for £8.99 Get One Free at Tweeks Cycles

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26 gels, 20 caffeine tabs, various other energy products, two running bottles, and a FREE tweeks 750ml high5 bottle with every order. FREE UK delivery on orders over £9 Everything for your cycl…
danh28 Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago15 Comments
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got sent 3 packs in stead of the bogof deal. hot from me
Received my free pack today
Just got a reply saying there was an error the system and they are working on sending everyones free pack asap. Best to send an e-mail to tweeks to ensure that you get your free second pack aswell
ordered 2 lots [i.e. 4 packs] & only got 2 packs, Now OOS & BBD is 11/2016
Has anyone received their orders yet. I a
m still waiting on mine hope its not another dud deal like planet X.
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GT road bike GTS Sport, carbon fork Claris gears £299.99 @ Tweeks cycles

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54cm and 56cm available Frame GTR Alloy With Smmoth Welds And Hydroformed Tubes, Improved Fender Clearance Fork GTS Carbon 1 1/8'' Threadless Alloy Steerer Rear Derailleur Shimano Claris Fron…
winchman Avatar8m, 5d agoFound 8 months, 5 days ago13 Comments
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didsburydan
damnit, need a bike but not available in my size.
http://www.wiggle.co.uk/mekk-pinerolo-se-01-claris-2016/ same price.
damnit, need a bike but not available in my size.
The expert with tiagra may be kicking about still for £50 extra.
Not that bad a private. In fact pretty decent
Yes i did, but thought it had dropped to £250, but it hadn't, it was the price without VAT...
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Genesis Equilibrium 10 Steel frame with Tiagra £599.99 @ tweeks cycles.

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Frame Genesis Mjolnir Seamless DB Cromoly w/ mudguard & rack eyelets Front Derailleur Carbon Road w/ 1-1/8" Alloy Steerer & mudguard eyelets Rear Derailleur Shimano Tiagra FD-4600 Number of Gear…
winchman Avatar8m, 5d agoFound 8 months, 5 days ago5 Comments
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My apologies, it was showing me the price without VAT..
This one was initially up for £999, certainly not worth that but a nice looking bike at £500, only available in 58cm and 60cm.
The Saracen Tenet 3 is still available in 54cm, good value but the Genesis always look really nice.
What's Tiagra? Does is help keep yo upright on bicycles?
I picked up their titanium one for 1100 on sale last year, such a good deal cus that was 2000+
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Shimano 6800 11-Speed Groupset - £399.99 @ Tweeks Cycles

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Groupset Specification Chainset Options: 50-34T / 52-36T / 53-39T Crank Arm Length: 172.5mm (We Are Unable To Swap This Out For Alternative Crank Arm Lengths) Front Derailleur: Ultegra 6800 11 Spee…
markdavey1972 Avatar8m, 6d agoFound 8 months, 6 days ago21 Comments
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In fact evans is doing £5 off a £40 spend so they are actually currently the cheapest place to get this groupset as far as I know?
Deal needs expiring - cheaper elsewhere now. Even evans :-) £429.99
Price gone up to £559.43
Was £729.95
Save £170.52 (23%)
The 6800 cassette was only a tenner more when I needed to replace mine so did a like for like swap. Don't think I would have noticed the difference though and as my bike ages and makes its transition to winter bike I will be replacing any worn components with 5800 for sure.
Ditto comments about the brakes. Although I haven't tested 5800 brakes for myself reviews say that 6800 brakes are superior and they are in my experience really very very good.

I admit that I paid my extra £150-200 or so for 6800 over 5800 based mainly on snobbery and prestige rather than "bang for buck" or measureable performance benifits - but
I enjoy owning and riding it and in the end that's what matters to me.
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Sealskinz Lightweight Overshoes for cycling £9.98 @ tweekscycles

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With a slight variation to their original design the SealSkinz Lightweight Enclosed overshoes provide additional protection during more severe weather conditions thanks their improved sole coverage.
thepinster Avatar8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago38 Comments
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Got mine yesterday. I'm a 43 and they are a very tight fit, but better than a loose fit that lets in water.
Not much chance of a return. Say they need to be in a condition for resale, but of course I had to cut the retaining plastic bits to try them on! If I return & they don't accept they will charge postage for return to me (so 2 x postage).. Cheaper to bin them.
...they've arrived. Large only just fit my size 10's. I'm hoping they give a bit over time oO

Edited By: FORZAPAQ on Mar 17, 2016 00:44
i received mine today. I'm a size 9 and picked a large, they are a tight fit but theyre meant to be tight. You have to put them on as you would a tight rubber sock.I just ensured the front cleats were correctly covered before putting the heel on. I'm really happy with them and they look fab too
I really don't understand manufacturers. If you are making a product such as this, how hard is it to pop along to a shop and buy a pair of shoes to test fit them? Even if they asked their staff to try them out and make suggestions before marketing them. I'm amazed at the lack R&D some products receive. I am quite tall (but not 'Circus' Tall) at 6' 3", and I once bought a lawnmower where the handle would not raise high enough to use. If I stood upright and held the bar, the rear of the lawnmower was lifted into the air because the handle hit the rotation stops. To use it would have meant that I was stooped over. If they asked someone tall to try it, it would be obvious. Crazy!! Anyhow, rant over. Aaaaaand relax......
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Endura FS260-Pro II Short Sleeve Jersey from tweeks only £19.99 delivered at Tweeks Cycles

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The Endura FS260-Pro road performance jersey is not only great value but its also full of great features. This supportive athletic fit jersey is made from a rapid wicking knit which offers fast drying…
cyclian Avatar11m, 6d agoFound 11 months, 6 days agoAdd Comment
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Cube motion short sleeve jersey (mtb mountain bike shirt blue or black men's S-XXL only £9.98 delivered @ tweeks

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A good mtb jersey at a low price, had one for a few years paying at least double I think KEY FEATURES : Casual Cut Side Mesh Inserts For Ventilation Cube Logo On Back And Chest Material: 100% Pol…
whatyadoinsucka Avatar11m, 6d agoFound 11 months, 6 days ago6 Comments
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dodgymix
it is now lol
av temp of 8-10 degrees means its too hot to wear anything else

This can be my first base layer
lagigolo
Nice find. Looks good to me, ordered the blue. Hoping for some short sleeve weather this year. 8)
it is now lol

av temp of 8-10 degrees means its too hot to wear anything else
Nice find. Looks good to me, ordered the blue. Hoping for some short sleeve weather this year. 8)
d666g
What's the fittings like?
Casual cut, I'd say true to size, ie go for regular size and it should be right

No back pockets
Back pockets?
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Shimano Ultegra 6800 Carbon SPD-SL Pedals £62.99 delivered @ Tweeks Cycles

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Top quality clipless SPD-SL pedals from Shimano and at a price I've not seen as low before. Cleats included as is free delivery. Don't forget Quidco for 4% cashback. I've been using a pair of t…
JohnnyChimpo Avatar11m, 1w agoFound 11 months, 1 week ago3 Comments
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Anywhere from £68 to £90 is the normal for these pedals, depending on retailer and stock (and I speak from looking through most of the retailers on a weekly basis)

I've never seen them this low before. My last ones cost me £65 but that was using a discount code for the retailer.
Nice pedals, but pretty much always this price, as I've been keeping an eye on them since October to see if they come down.

Edited By: Bazza71 on Dec 30, 2015 10:13
Remember people SL

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Shimano Ultegra 6800 11-Speed Groupset Tweeks Cycles £389.99

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Cheapest I have found this groupset for at Tweeks Cycles. Next cheapest is Wiggle at £430. Also possible to get 4% cashback with TCB + £10 off with the code GIFT10 bringing the cost down to £364.40
bdizzle84 Avatar11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago30 Comments
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markdavey1972
none left :-(

Don't worry there will be 12 speed soon...

Or 1x12...
none left :-(
Urgatt
Worth noting that it doesn't come with new cables and outers - so at the very least you'll also want to order brake and gear inner cables.

Shifters: Ultegra 6800 11 Speed STI (Front & Rear) With Inner Cables

No need for new inners, and you can reuse outers if they're in good condition.
Not so well with flat bars unless you have trigger shifters, the brake levers are usually made for drop bars.

Some groups used to have an option for different levers and gear shifters but I don't see it here.

Q.Should I upgrade my CAAD10 20spd and sell the old 6700? I have compatible Mavic wheel sets.
I guess the parts wouldn't work in Hybrids?
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Endura Stealth II waterproof cycling jacket only £79.98 @ Tweeks Cycles

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Description: great winter waterproof and windproof jacket for cycling. By far the cheapest on the web for this jacket. Really warm and breathable technical jacket at a bargain price. They've also oth…
kelly290592 Avatar11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks agoAdd Comment
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Blackburn local 50/10 lightset only 9.98 @ Tweeks Cycleshdbdn

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50 lumen front and 10 lumen rear with change from a tenner. Blackburn lights are also backed by a lifetime guarantee!(:):
maryellisont Avatar11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago7 Comments
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lumsdot
50 lumen?
200 lumen minimum would be more like it for a front light

10 lumen rear is a joke


Where can I get 200 lumen for 9.99?
Think these are good value and good for commuting in the city
50 lumen?
200 lumen minimum would be more like it for a front light

10 lumen rear is a joke
Now £8.32
mcrobbj
Solarstormx3 on eBay is miles better for a fiver more.
Hi, don't suppose you have the link please?
Solarstormx3 on eBay is miles better for a fiver more.
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Cheapest parktool PCS10 workstand @ tweeks cycles only 99.98

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Cheapest online and a top quality work stand for looking after you bike(s) at home. Plus free delivery!
Matt0518 Avatar11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago10 Comments
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I've just bought one of theses after struggling with a cheaper one for years. The cheap on never quite held the bike right and weekly bike maintenance became a chore.With this it's spot on. might be a bit more expensive be is a quality product and does the job very well.
Better stand from Aldi when it's avaliable, less than £50. This is overpriced in my opinion.
Good price for a workshop grade stand. i'm just waiting for my old Minoura stand to fail and then I'll be getting a Park.
Why the cold votes? Unless you can provide details/link of a better deal, then please dont vote. Please ensure that you follow the hukd code of conduct when voting.
It is alot easier to work on your bike on a stand. Setting gears is so much simpler.
But there is no need to spend £100 on a stand.

Edited By: jonconlon on Dec 12, 2015 18:56
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KASK Mojito road helmet £59.99 (RRP £119) delivered Tweeks Cycles

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Good price for a great helmet. Limited colour choice but half the RRP and Wiggle are still selling these for £95! Description About Kask Helmets Q & A Reviews Key Features In-Mould Construction W…
Baccus Avatar1y, 1d agoFound 1 year, 1 day ago37 Comments
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robertoegg
Besford
robertoegg
Besford
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To add, I've ridden in my Kask Mojito in the region of 500 days, between 24 - 30 miles each day. That's 20p a day I'm paying to know my head will bounce ok. And one day it did. I'm happy with that cost :)
I'm very pleased it worked for you - but no reason to think that a decent cheaper one wouldn't have done the same job.
However, we've all had the opportunity to make our points and seem unlikely to convince each other of the opposite point of view so enjoy your rides (as I do) and stay safe!
I have also stacked it wearing a basic Giro commuter one with just a chin strap. That resulted in me having 5 stitches inside my ear(really, really grim experience) because of the wrenching effect of the helmet being spun around my head. Hence I now go for ones with a superior head fit mech and adjustable straps (that are soft faux leather! niiiice).
So, you could say my preference comes from experience. As you say, you should be safe and fine if your job was too drive all day and you chose to use a 2CV. It passes the tests to allow it on the road after all! However, I know what I wouldn't use if I was clocking up the miles on the road - all the best :)
Falling off less often would also be a good idea! ;)
Ain't that the truth! Bar the chain snapping and an incident in which someone, ahem, didn't stop in time, all other stacks have been due to other's mistakes. I've been side-swiped twice, Superman-ed over a taxi cutting across a bike lane, had another cyclist turn in front of me(the ear-rip) and clipped from behind at a squeeze chicane point. Hence taking a healthy interest in pro's and con's of equipment. :)
Still, hopefully it won't be the heart or the fat that gets me!
Do you live in London??


I bought this from my lbs who matched the price and I've got to say, it is absolutely amazing! I clock up about 6000 miles a year and used to use a £30 hardnutz which well... Worked its job but I've got to say, I have no idea why I didn't invest in a good helmet earlier on. Very pleased.
NitrousUK
robertoegg
Do you live in London??
Used to - is it that obvious? :)[/quote]Only place I can think of where it's that dangerous for cyclists on the road![/quote]
You have to anticipate risks and dangers a lot more! And know when to take prime position and when to concede despite it being your right of way. Generally though, drivers in London have a far greater appreciation for people using bikes. I got side-swiped off my bike whilst rolling down the outside of a queue of traffic in Guildford when someone decided to pull out and sprint down to the next junction. I doubt that would have happened in London because people would have thought "there could be a bike/motorbike coming down the outside".
robertoegg
Do you live in London??[/quote]Used to - is it that obvious? :)[/quote]Only place I can think of where it's that dangerous for cyclists on the road!
[/quote]Do you live in London??[/quote]
Used to - is it that obvious? :)
robertoegg
Besford
robertoegg
Besford
robertoegg
To add, I've ridden in my Kask Mojito in the region of 500 days, between 24 - 30 miles each day. That's 20p a day I'm paying to know my head will bounce ok. And one day it did. I'm happy with that cost :)
I'm very pleased it worked for you - but no reason to think that a decent cheaper one wouldn't have done the same job.
However, we've all had the opportunity to make our points and seem unlikely to convince each other of the opposite point of view so enjoy your rides (as I do) and stay safe!
I have also stacked it wearing a basic Giro commuter one with just a chin strap. That resulted in me having 5 stitches inside my ear(really, really grim experience) because of the wrenching effect of the helmet being spun around my head. Hence I now go for ones with a superior head fit mech and adjustable straps (that are soft faux leather! niiiice).
So, you could say my preference comes from experience. As you say, you should be safe and fine if your job was too drive all day and you chose to use a 2CV. It passes the tests to allow it on the road after all! However, I know what I wouldn't use if I was clocking up the miles on the road - all the best :)
Falling off less often would also be a good idea! ;)
Ain't that the truth! Bar the chain snapping and an incident in which someone, ahem, didn't stop in time, all other stacks have been due to other's mistakes. I've been side-swiped twice, Superman-ed over a taxi cutting across a bike lane, had another cyclist turn in front of me(the ear-rip) and clipped from behind at a squeeze chicane point. Hence taking a healthy interest in pro's and con's of equipment. :)
Still, hopefully it won't be the heart or the fat that gets me!
Do you live in London??
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Muc-Off Bike Cleaner 5ltr Buy one get one free (inlcuding free delivery) - £24.98 @ Tweeks

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Hello all, I saw that Amazon had a lightning deal for this stuff at £16.80 for only 5 litres and the deal ended with 80% sold. Anyway, I had a look on the internet and found this deal. 10 litres fo…
computerdog Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago3 Comments
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Purchased - thanks!
Oh dear. Here come the cold voters :(
cold? Its £8 for 1ltr normally.
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GT GTS SPORT MENS ROAD BIKE WITH SHIMANO CLARIS & CARBON FORK £299.99 @ tweekscycles

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I've been trawling the web for a decent winter road bike and couldn't find better than this bad lad from Tweeks cycles. Stunning value road bike with branded components throughout a light & stiff allo…
grahamohara2 Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago24 Comments
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winchman
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winchman
Now down to £250....
Where?
I'll give you a clue ä

Thanks for the insightful comments.
winchman
Now down to £250....

Where?
kramer2088
why is it a winter bike ? When did bikes become seasonal ? is it more waterproof? or has a heated saddle and handlebars ? nope !
I agree this "Winter Bike" thing seems just like an excuse to purchase more bike.

PS: Moderator, can you tell me why my posts are subject to review before being posted?
Bought this last week and it's just arrived - can't wait to take it out. I managed to get it for £277.18 after cashback and a voucher code - absolute bargain!
why is it a winter bike ? When did bikes become seasonal ? is it more waterproof? or has a heated saddle and handlebars ? nope !