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All Chain Reaction Cycles Deals, Discounts & Sales for April 2018

X-Tools Bike Tool Kit - 18 Piece £24.99 @ CRC chain reaction
Found 8 h, 6 m agoFound 8 h, 6 m ago
a good toolbox for cyclists X-Tools Bike Tool Kit - 18 PieceThis 18-piece Bike Tool Kit from X-Tools provides high-performance cycle tools at a reasonable price point. Bike Tool … Read more
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Looks a lot stronger than the one I got from Aldi a couple of years ago - it was a bit cheaper but not good quality.


Nice, i posted the bikehub branded version a few months ago. Been a very good toolkit, possibly add a chain pliers, chain wear tool (ultra cheap) and a cable tensioner. If you get this the big screwdriver can have the metal pulled out to reveal a flathead


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Rockshox Yari RC debonair boost 2018 MTB suspension forks - £384.99 @ CRC
03/05/2018Expires on 03/05/2018Found 10 h, 0 m agoFound 10 h, 0 m ago
Part of Chain reactions red hot deals this week (getting rid of stock due to the wiggle merger I believe). Various travel options and wheel sizes available when posting this. Next … Read more

yeah its not the easiest to find, i see alot of peeps are selling them for £290 upwards on ebay (mad)


@whatyadoinsucka I did look for that deal but I was looking on Probably why I couldnt find it, and thought it had ended.


I'll be first "How much!, I could buy a car for that!"


dont forget british cycling 10% off on top, the 27.5 yari 140mm boost fork is £349 (less a 10% code if you can find one) on start cycles personally i'd sack off the yari and get another of these fox rhythm 130mm 29er/27.5+ forks 191.6 + 15 euros euros delivered from germany i got the matt black one delivered for £188, which is now back in stock at 594 euros (lol)

Oakley Jawbreaker Sunglasses Matt Black Prism Road - £89.99 with code @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Found 23rd AprFound 23rd Apr
RRP £174.99 Excellent shades for cycling. List price is £99.99 but add the code CLEAR2018 to bring the price down by a tenner. EDIT: Someone messaged me to say I should tell you … Read more
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These are still very expensive for what they are. Needing a prescription I've always gone for UVEX safety or sports glasses. They're a German manufacturer that focussed on industrial quality safety eyewear. They are a bit more of a basic design but I think they look more stylish for it. These are a bit over the top for my personal taste.


Yeah, Oakley PRIZM rocks. I love PRIZM trail having tried it a few times - will get some active Oakleys (Mainlink and Crosslink) in PRIZM trail and road. Currently use some PRIZM saphire turbines - another active pair. Even in fairly low light they still work fine - despite blocking a fair amount of light - as they really enhance contrast. PRIZM road has a much higher transmission and even more contrast, and PRIZM yet more still. So you could comfortably use PRIZM trail when cloudy and at dawn and dusk I'd say. And PRIZM road likely not far off. If I get a prescription pair one day (you're looking at around £300 so that's why I haven't yet!), I'll likely get insurance for them. I don't think it'd be expensive and perhaps would not cost anything extra to add these to your insurance. That takes some of the fear away. But yeah, if you get Oakleys you tend to baby them. For cycling specific I'd probably get the EV Zero over these. So lightweight and no frame. If you want something more like these - so more robust than the EV Zero and able to change lenses, Radarlock or Radar EV are better too I think.


I had the Decathlon 900's for last year's cycling and they're great for the money. But this year I got the Jawbreakers with a set of photochromic lenses. All I can say is wow! The optic quality and contrast is so much better. Plus you see virtually no frame in your peripheral vision. Yes they are a lot of money, but if you do a lot of cycling and you can afford it, the Jawbreakers are excellent!


One of the most horrific looking pair of sunglasses I've ever seen. No wonder they're on offer.


If it's any use, the Decathlon Roadr Cycling 900's arrived today. They are absolutely brilliant. Worth way more than the £30-£35 they are asking for them. Lenses are super easy to swap out, although it does all feel a bit fragile while doing it. The yellow lens is especially good. Absolutely recommend these if you don't want to splash out on the Oakley's. Here's a link: Those are the £35 ones I got. The black, blue and red look excellent, just like the photo. Hope it helps!

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Clarks Polycarbonate Bottle Cage £1.99 @ CRC
Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Clarks Polycarbonate Bottle Cage, lightweight design is half the weight of alloy version. Features: Lightweight Polycarbonate construction Standard size Includes 2 mount bolts … Read more

What user is free delivery on a £12 spend if it only costs 1.99 ? Or should I buy 7 bottle holders to get free delivery. Cold


It's a generic chinese bottle cage, with the code HL-BC18. I got a Tesco-branded one yonks ago for a quid or 2 (they no longer stock them).


sorry forgot to add to post, free delivery on £12 spend and also £10 off £75 spend on clearance items with code CLEAR2018


£3.99 delivery, so price should be £5.98. Cold!


Delivery price?

Endura Pakajak Lightweight Packable Windproof Cycling Jacket £13.99 @ CRC
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Posted recently for the same price at Wiggle but that price was for the fluore… Read more
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Lol (highfive)


Cheaper here:


Doh lol


Agreed but last point op said was not breathable or waterproof :/


I’m guessing breathability... some waterproof suffer with sweating.

Fox Racing Warm Up Long Sleeve MTB Tech Tee (S, M, L) only £10.50 (+£2.99) free shipping over £12 spend @ CRC Chain Reaction
TODAYTODAYFound 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Super comfy & durable long sleeve tee from Fox Racing. Made from moisture wicking DriRelease® fabric to keep you dry. Features: Material: 85% Polyester, 15% Cotton Perform… Read more
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Yeah, thought that might be the case - American sizing. Medium should be good. Yeah, 85% poly, 15% cotton is a good mix. Was recently wearing a 100% polyester Oakley base layer though and found it perfectly comfortable - and feels more robust/long lasting than my Oakley 85/15 But this Fox t shirt looks casual but should perform, so great for general use.


I’ve got an fox indicator tshirt and the fit is probably slightly bigger than other brands , really good material feels soft like cotton


No idea why this is voted cold - perhaps as it was listed as a freebie before? Cheers OP Looks great. No Large left in stock, so ordered a Medium. Hopefully large enough. Any idea about Fox sizing? I'm a recent convert to "performance" polyester based clothing. Used to always get pure cotton - but stuff like this which is only 15% cotton pretty much looks and feels like a pure cotton T, but is much better when hot and cycling.


This is a deal NOT freebie :D


26" / 29" inner tubes £1.99 water bottles from £1.99 air freshener £1.99 powerbar 10 water flavour tablet £1.99 £2.49 peanut butter

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Shimano XT M8000 Single 11 Speed Crankset £69.99 with code at CRC
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Two lenght, 170mm and 175mm available. You need to apply promo code CLEAR2018 to get £10 off. Was originally £129.99

its a mountain bike crank, with the advent of 11 and 12 speed cassettes that go upto 50T [11-50T cassettes] with a 32 or 34t (even 36T) front chainring upfront you pretty much cover all the gears that the old double and triple cranks covered. definately the future, couldnt see myself going back anytime soon


Great for areas with no hills, or cyclists with super strong legs, perhaps?


Cutting discs are not included :(


Great thanks need a new pizza cutter! 🍕

Mavic MTB Tyre for 29'er £8.99 / £11.98 delivered @ Chain reaction cycles
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
Great replacement tyre for 29 inch MTB, £8.99 each. For some reason the 27.5 is much more expensive. 26 is out of stock.
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I think chain reaction give free postage over 9


Sorry if it appeared aggressive, I was just bemused that you launched straight into a review of a commuter tyre.


Hi i used 35c marathon plus for over a year on my 29er comuting fitness bike and they were great and never puntured, Could do little of road etc Recently bought new 29er so old man can have old bike and it it has fat tyres like posted here did plan on swaping to marathons again but after couple rides i find the fat tyres so much better comfort better grip etc and no problems of road will be sticking to fat tyres in future puntures not problem i cary spares :)


Also Same Price at Wiggle along with 26 & 27.5 also in stock at £11.99 Mavic Crossmax Quest 650B MTB Tyre (27.5) £11.99 Mavic Crossmax Quest 26" MTB Tyre £11.99 Also have tubeless Mavic Crossride Quest Tubeless 29er MTB Tyre £13.99 And also the XL version in 27.5 - Mavic Crossmax Quest XL 650B MTB Tyre (£47.99 down to £14.99) Hope this also helps someone. Cheers for deal OP


The aim wasn't to compare but to pass on some good advice to fellow cyclists. One of the bikes in my comment is a MTB. Try not to be so aggressive it's only a bike tyre after all.

Cube Acid 29" Hardtail Mountain Bike (Air fork, SLX/XT-spec components) £629.99 @ ChainReactionCycles
Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
Frame: Aluminium Lite, AMF, Internal Cable Routing, Easy Mount Kickstand Ready Fork: RockShox Recon Silver TK AIR, Pop Loc, 100mm Headset: FSA No.10, Semi-Integrated Stem:… Read more
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Taiwan is not China...


Well, ignorance or not wanting to know comes into play with Cube bikes. I have had a spin on my neighbour's Cube MB but he gets an allowance for bikes so picks what he likes best. We got talking and I didn't even know Cube was German. Although that is not strictly correct. He told me that 'the bikes are actually manufactured in Taiwan and then assembled in Germany.' If that's true it doesn't surprise me, so not German at all. China rules big time now.


Good luck to anyone who places an order. Ordered the Cube Attention and had my order cancelled (not a payment issue, they dispatched another order placed at the same time, and money was taken from my account and has now been returned) and the bike's still listed as being available now. And no phone customer service on Mondays (Tues-Fri only...)


You demonstrate your ignorance well, dear sir. Now go and crawl back under a bridge.


What a ridiculous price for a ruddy push bike!! You could buy a motor for less!

Oakley Jawbreaker Prizm Road (Redline Colour) £79.99 with code at Chain Reaction Cycles online
Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
Great price for these in Redline option, use code cwl987rt to save £5 or if you have British Cycling membership discount, add something to your basket to get it to £99 and use you… Read more

No cancellation here, just had email confirming dispatch. When I ordered yesterday they had about 70 in stock, now 36 in stock


Great cycling glasses. Come with a red-light filter that magically turns all traffic lights green! Kidding (lol)


Got them last time they were on offer(60 ish I think) use them cycling to work every day so not as crazy expensive based on usage(I tell myself) very good for glare in the summer - sure cheaper glasses do a similar job but I like them. Good price for right now if you want some.


Reply of the week, right there... (highfive) (hope he's going to be all fine though, obviously)


Be prepared for cancellation though 😡 Important information regarding your order The following items on order CRC3811941098 have been CANCELLED and REFUNDED: - Oakley Holbrook Sunglasses (sku569359, Quantity: 1) If you have not requested this cancellation it has happened because the item is no longer available. We are sorry for disappointing you, please be assured your refund will be back in your original payment method within 3 working days. Any other items on your order are processing as normal. Thank you for shopping with us and we hope to see you again soon, CRC Customer Service Team

Shimano Saint Hollowtech II BB80 Bottom Bracket @ CRC £15.99 Delivered
Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
A niche product so may only appeal to a few but I’ve just bought one so thought I’d give HUKD members a heads up. Dropped in price at both Chain Reaction Cycles and Wiggle (think t… Read more
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Get that creaking every now and again on my mtb, remove pedals , clean and regrease the pedal spindle threads that go into the crankarms ,, this is the frist thing i always check, creaking from BB area is so annoying, even had a dropper seatpost need regreasing that was causing a creak and felt like it was coming from BB lol.


had my bike in a vice etc but the thing still wouldn't come out! thats what happens if you leave it in the shed for 10 years!


Dam my 30mm spindle!! Hot need new BB .


Anyone used these, how does it compare to the new mt800 which I guess is slx/XT quality 68/73mm bb, Imanaged to bag a few at £9 and £12 3 months back


If you are a regular crc customer check your emails £10 off £60 spend code before Monday , get 4= £12.50 each or maybe something else u need

shimano 105 - 5800 road brake caliper, front or rear @ Chain Reaction - £27.99
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
Seems like a good deal. Available in black or silver (front & rear options). Free delivery & 2 year guarantee - can't see this would be needed but hey 2 years is better t… Read more

I used 105 5800 Rear+Front for 4 years until a few weeks ago when my foolishness resulted in the rear breaking (breaking, not braking). It has since been replaced with an Ultegra 6800. The 105’s are excellent callipers; despite living in Scotland where it’s often wet, these callipers could easily stop my carbon bike and me within two metres without being thrown from the bike. Not a single flaw to mention; if I hadn’t just bought a new calliper I’d jump at the chance for either the single or the pair at this price. DEAL


I brought a set of 105 5800 calipers for my Trek 1.5 Alpha and was amazed at the difference is stopping power over the old brakes.


And as for still using wheels.....



Will these fit a kids 16" wheel bike?

Cube Attain Race Disc road bike £699 @ CRC
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
Good price for last years model. I have been looking for a commuter bike with disc brakes for a long time as I'm chewing through 4 brake blocks per month and a set of wheels every… Read more
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Frame Size50cm (19.75") left that sounds like the smallest one?


Yes you’re right. But personally I’d want the ones that fit into the cube fitting mounts. I actually emailed Cube and they said the “proper” attain mudguards should be available at the end of the month.


Crud Catcher MK3 fit nicely (velcro)


Got this bike (Cycle Surgery price match) a few weeks ago before seeing this and it’s excellent. Mind the mudguard mounts are non standard and the Cube ones cannot be found anywhere due to a recall.


Thanks OP, that's useful

Large Saddle bag £4.99 (67% off) @ CRC (£2.99 delivery)
Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
All sizes £4.99, attaches via strap, received today and quality looks good Durable, Water-Resistant, Tear-Resistant This saddle bag is made of hard-wearing water-resistant and tea… Read more
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Lol it was a modded anyway, as I completely forgot to add postage in first they deemed it fine Now life’s too short to change titles when it’s clearly stated, if you wanna be pernickety then you crack on (highfive)


Have the HUKD rules changed then? If you couldn't actually buy for the headline price then they used to be changed or deleted. Once again: good deal but incorrectly posted.


No apology needed, title clearly states delivery cost, I State how you can get free delivery on second comment by spending a few quid more, so everyone is happy...well most (flirt)


Sorry OP: decent deal but your headline price needs to INCLUDE P&P (£6.98) unless there's a way of buying it without?


At a wild stab in the dark I’d say it’s a typo...unless I’ve drastically got it wrong and this is supposed to be warn on my head

Ghost Asket Al 7, 27.5 Wheels, Fox float performance elite 130mm boost, listed as 40% off. £1299.99 @ CRC
Found 12th MarFound 12th Mar
German engineered boost frame, modern slack geometry but also, forks previously incorrectly listed on retailers website = badly marketed for the past year = bargin Fox 34 Float P… Read more
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Ah good point. Thanks for explaining. Makes sense lol


Perhaps a bit harsh on my part, slx is good. I managed to get AluTrek Superfly, Sids, xt brakes and SRAM X1 (?) for less, it was about 18months ago. It's still a good deal, the RRP is a joke though. Also despite having great experience of using CRC and Wiggle for parts etc, I won't use either of them to buy bikes, tried once with each company and they failed me on both occasions.


Bargain, especially with the extra 10% off! The difference between XT and SLX is minimal nowadays, it definitely isn’t a deal breaker.


Don't think that's very realistic on a new bike. You'd be sacrificing other aspects of the build. I'd much rather have good suspension than fancy drivetrain. Arguably slx is better value. Especially when it comes to brakes.


Sounds like a special move

Oakley Flak 2.0 XL Sunglasses £83.99 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Found 4th MarFound 4th Mar
Oakley Flak 2.0 XL Sunglasses Oakley Flak 2.0 XL Sunglasses are one of the best examples of Oakley engineers taking performance to the next level, yet still managing to bring style… Read more
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Is this similar


I'm only messing, no you're right.


I’ve often done the same, although usually with clear ones as I find the tinted safety glasses do nothing to reduce glare. Also the bridge is often offset, which lets air in at speed.


There’s always a first, maybe they can improve their aim. Also kind of missing the point but never mind.


The fact that you can buy sunglasses for a few quid that might be safe is missing the point - Oakley's business is largely in optical performance for specific (sports) purposes like cycling/skiing/golf under different light conditions. You can ride in £4 glasses from Mountain Warehouse or anywhere else, but they honestly won't do anything like the job that an Oakley Prizm Road lens does. It's a sports-specific lens and £84 is a good price for it.

Oakley halbrook sunglasses prizm Daily Lens £84.99 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Found 4th MarFound 4th Mar
Oakley halbrook sunglasses. Good price for prizm daily lenses. Cheapest I have seen them for. Prizm™ Daily A revolutionary lens technology that fine-tunes vision for specific spo… Read more
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Glad you like them. Not got mine yet. Delayed due to weather.


Cheers OP, received mine today and they look much better than I thought how the photos portrayed them.


Thanks man i needed some good sunglasses for this morning sun shine on the roads


Nice to look at hope will order


What I meant was, even though Wiggle advertised them as polarised and the box said Prizm, they weren’t polarised so test them if you buy them. I returned mine and bought from elsewhere, which definitely were polarised, so I don’t know if Wiggle were supplied with fakes?

Nukeproof Horizon Carbon MTB Riser Bar now £49.99 on crc chain reaction
Found 1st MarFound 1st Mar
A good price for carbon MTB Handle Bars weight and feel (less vibrations) choice of width 780 / 800 mm and 12,28,38mm Rise Nukeproof Horizon Carbon Riser BarThe Nukeproof Horizon… Read more
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back to £87.99 :0(


Naturally when cutting down make sure you wear correct safety equipment. CF is a bitch...


purchased, thanks OP


Yeah makes sense (y)


could always buy longer and cut them down.

Blackburn 2'Fer bike light (front or rear) £9.99 at Chain Reaction Cycles
Found 24th FebFound 24th Feb
This usually sells for around £15-£20. Found it at Wiggle for this price but they charge postage on top. This is the ideal spare light; small, light, waterproof, charged via a USB… Read more
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There are a lot of good deals on there. £13.99 for the light in the OP (which I'm sticking with - I like the convenience of a single, spare light that will fit in a pocket and do either front or rear) but lots of other options for the same money or less.


Blackburn lights are excellent quality very impressed with mine. Check out tredz they do a range of blackburns very cheap I got front and rear for around this price last week (battery not USB,but batteries are supplied with lights)


For occasional or short ride use in towns I prefer the small stretchy rubberised lights you just clip on. I've seen them in Lidl for a couple of quid a pair, or Tesco for about £4. 2 lithium cells in them, plenty bright enough to be seen and easy to remove when parked. I don't see the point in rechargable bike lights, it's not like the low power led ones get through loads of batteries, the battery will likely die in these within a couple of years making them useless, or if you use them very occasionally will more than likely be flat at the precise time you need to use them....


No code needed, delivery is free on orders over £9 at Chain Reaction Cycles. They're the same company as Wiggle, but Wiggle charge delivery if you're spending less than £12. Which is why I checked CRC before I ordered from Wiggle. Glad I did.


Any codes?

Cateye Volt 400 XC Front Light £24.99 Del @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Found 24th FebFound 24th Feb
Cateye Volt 400 XC Front LightThis Cateye Volt 400 XC Front Light is lightweight and powerful and won't break the bank. Quick and easy to fit and easy to charge from any USB port, … Read more
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Good light. Good price. I have the older version (the Volt 400) which is simular spec but with an extra mode (200 Lumens) that I don't use. Mine has a better attachment system (clips into a mount instead of using a giant rubber band). 400 lumens is fine for unlit roads, paths, etc (but not enough if you want to offroad). The other settings are ideal for lit roads.


Wiggle £23.98 on Wiggle


Nice. 400 not enough for me though