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Shimano slx m7000 brakes only £54.49 an end @ chain reaction crc / wiggle (10% BC discount)
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A bargain if you are a British cycling member and can use the additional 10% off code, bc membership is well worth getting as it gives liability insurance, road collision helpline … Read more
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CardboardCutout1 h, 25 m ago

I've got he M395 levers on my commuter and love them, I can only imagine …I've got he M395 levers on my commuter and love them, I can only imagine how good these will be!


A big step up I upgraded the m395 on a bike a few years ago to slx m675 and it really made a difference to power, the m7000/m8000 XT have a right sharp bite point
I've got he M395 levers on my commuter and love them, I can only imagine how good these will be!
Different options slightly cheaper at ribble, if not using British Cycling
Vittoria Zaffiro Road Bike Tyre £4,99 @ Chain reaction
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Found 23rd JanFound 23rd Jan
Just £9.98 for a pair with free delivery
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This is their standard price,hardly a deal! Spend 5-10 more and get much better tyres....
Krizzo32 h, 49 m ago

Wonder if these would fit my zafira...


I zafear they won’t
Wonder if these would fit my zafira...
richje10012 m ago

Shame only 23c, was looking for yellow 25c to replace the tyres on my …Shame only 23c, was looking for yellow 25c to replace the tyres on my Boardman.


Treat yourself to some of those Conti Grand Prix tyres posted recently. My Boardman came with Zaffiros and a pair of GP4000s improved it greatly.
Shame only 23c, was looking for yellow 25c to replace the tyres on my Boardman.
Exposure Maxx-D Mk10 2017 (specialist off road mtb mountain bike light) (+ further BC British cycling 10% off =£236) £262.49 @ CRC
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A vey specialist item; expect this to go very cold but stock to disappear 2 year warranty , made in the UK 3300 lumens uk made, with SMART reflex technology, built-in accelero… Read more
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Sold out, definately not a hukd
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Only 3 left in stock, buy now to avoid disappointment
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12 units left in stock, 6 sold yesterday. Expected them to be gone if I’m honest

131 hot votes clearly some people appreciate a discount, if it was a TV with the same saving it’sd be smoking, but it’s a Torch
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windta1ker20 m ago

Fair enough for not jumping down my throat, it’s just on the flip side I …Fair enough for not jumping down my throat, it’s just on the flip side I’ve spent quite a lot less and not had an issue at all, my solarstorm is a beast! I just can’t get my head around the cost of these, it’s a massive amount for a few leds and battery. I take on board the build quality and self contained unit though. If I get the chance, I’ll take a look though but even for me to take a sniff at buying it would have to be around £100


A few mates have banged on about them for years to me, I’d never pay £375 either . I was at ardrock last year and we had a good chat with a couple of the marketing/sales guys , it was obvious they didn’t need to push a sale, as good products sell themselves, a few mates got some ex demo, approx 45% off rrp, no deteristion on battery life whatsoever , after sales service is second to non and the products keep going , a friend has a 3-4 year old maxx daddy and it charges and runs pretty much the same as when new

I sold a bike today, so thought I’d treat myself this weekend
whatyadoinsucka9 m ago

Some people rave about Chinese lights I’ve had bad experiences, I go out i …Some people rave about Chinese lights I’ve had bad experiences, I go out in all weathers snow, sleet, rain, even dry, in the dark and on my own, as with a decent waterproof I’m happy to pay the premium and get the user experience I require. I had had some decent branded lights that had an external battery pack, the connection into battery broke no lights to get home, I’ve had Chinese lights die due to overheating, getting wet , I’ve had batteries that should be fully charged but die after 30 mins , i also prefer the helmet mounted light with no wires, I don’t want to be garrotted by a stray branch catching the wire .I always felt they were overpriced at £375 they are damn expensive £236 and a little Quidco makes me happier. if you do a 24 hour mtb race in the future hire some exposure and test them, you may be surprised not all things in life are equal.


Fair enough for not jumping down my throat, it’s just on the flip side I’ve spent quite a lot less and not had an issue at all, my solarstorm is a beast!

I just can’t get my head around the cost of these, it’s a massive amount for a few leds and battery. I take on board the build quality and self contained unit though. If I get the chance, I’ll take a look though but even for me to take a sniff at buying it would have to be around £100
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Santa Cruz tall boy 3 frame only (aluminium £1,029.99, carbon cc £1,750) @ chain reaction crc (less 10% British cycling discount)
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Size large only ideal for 5ft9-6ft2 With 110mm vpp rear travel and 29er or 27+ tyre options (add a 120 or 130 front fork) this is an absolute steal, and a stunning colour grey, ru… Read more
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Over a grand and no wheels.. you having a laugh.. you Can buy a fully equipped death trap from sports direct for £79
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LOL_is_stupid1 h, 13 m ago

Still waiting for a find from you on a Nomad


Haha, the new one, you’ll be lucky I’ll keep an eye out
i see this one has now sold out. Keep checking chain reaction been a few different SC over the last month , shame that bronson was a boost option as I’d have transferred all parts to it of an old bike
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 19th Jan
Still waiting for a find from you on a Nomad
Vitus Bikes Razor Road Bike 2017 £324.99 at CRC
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An excellent solid entry level road bike for people new to road cycling and don't want to spend too much as they are just trying it out. Better than the Decathlon TRIBAN 500 SE as … Read more
johnf00715th Jan

What does the extra £75 over the decathlon Triban 500 SE get you? …What does the extra £75 over the decathlon Triban 500 SE get you? Decathlon offer a 12 weeks free service,


Shimano shifters insead of micro shift, about 1kg lighter (probably due to slightly better wheels)

it is just a bit better really. both will probaby peform pretty much the same though
stuartc7416th Jan

The triban has a record of dodgy frames and is 1kg heavier.


Link/source?
Shame about available frame sizes.
Good winter bike.
Mavic Aksium Road Rear Wheel 2017 £58.49 - CRC
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Great wheel for an excellent price. I just thought it could help someone. Ordered loads of stuff from CRC. Brilliant people to deal with, one of the best cycling online shops.
Nothing more annoying than someone advertising a bicycle wheel and not stating what size it is. Because all bicycle wheels are the same size - just ask Sheldon Brown
Cam117729 m ago

If you're a British Cycling member you would get a further 10% off your …If you're a British Cycling member you would get a further 10% off your order as well.


If you make it up to £100 spend, fairly easy when you need bike stuff
Had trouble the last three times I have ordered from CRC (now partner with Wiggle I believe) so I wont be using them again in the future. Orders took ages to arrive with no despatch or update email whatsoever even after a couple of weeks after paying for the goods. Many the main parts I ordered that were in stock at the time never arrived with me having to chase on the phone only to find they dont have stock and a refund will have to be processed. The fiver gift card they promised me for my troubles still hasnt arrived... three months on.
As for product I use aksiums 2010 models myself. Dont know if much different from the latest here. If you wanted a pair I would buy them from Winstanleys bikes for £128.99 delivered. Here
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If you're a British Cycling member you would get a further 10% off your order as well.
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Lifeline Bike Speed and Cadence Ant+ sensor £19.99 @ CRC rrp £30
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Rrp £30. Garmin versions seems to cost from £50 upwards. The cheapest way to link a bike to an Ant+ cycle computer or PC if using it with a USB Ant+ dongle.
Looks like a cheap artificial leg from gearbest.
These are dual Ant/Bluetooth:
amazon.co.uk/iGP…47/

Paid about £26 for the pair from AliExpress, though obviously delivery takes a few weeks. Only used the Cadence Sensor with Zwift so far but works perfectly.
This is a bit fugly. Good price though. I'd go wahoo as they support Bluetooth too, meaning zwift on iPad picks them up with no dongles
jazid2 h, 11 m ago

Thanks for sharing but it's the same price and I don't actually need …Thanks for sharing but it's the same price and I don't actually need bluetooth ( also it has some mixed reviews). Good to know though. Any drop outs?Just setting up Zwift myself but Ive an Ant dongle ( but no bluetooth on my pc)


I use ANT+ mostly, but it's worth future proofing yourself. Everything I have now is dual band.
Lifeline is a Wiggle/crc brand so unlikely to get a better price

i paid £45 for the garmin sensors and they are superb
G-Form ProX Elbow Pads or Shin Guards only £13.99 @ wiggle / CRC chain reaction cycles  (mtb mountain bike, other sport protection
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Found 29th Dec 2017Found 29th Dec 2017
Even warn at the football World Cup and recommended by Pele G-Form Pro-X Elbow Pad The PRO-X Elbow Pads are a perfect addition to any kit. Our pads are so lightweight and low-prof… Read more
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got mine today, i'm very happy with them, lightweight and comfy.
My 9 year old where gform Shin pads. He won't wear anything else. He's taken some almighty bashes over the last couple of years but loves these. However, the Shin pads listed on this site are different from the ones that amazon lists for sports. I think these are more for cycling
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ladiesman24721 m ago

however I wouldn't feel as confident taking a full set of studs to the …however I wouldn't feel as confident taking a full set of studs to the shin with these than regular shinnys.


i know what you mean in my playing days it was ankle and full shinpad the ones players wear nowadays along with the boots are really flimsy and wouldnt have taken on the tough teams that kick everyone up in the air rather than play footy
Great price, I payed around 40 for the football shin pads. They are extremely comfortable so long as you get the right size obviously. They stay in place and are almost unnoticeable when playing. I've taken a few Sunday league blows on them and they do hold up well however I wouldn't feel as confident taking a full set of studs to the shin with these than regular shinnys.
Endura SingleTrack Waterproof Jacket SS17 Ultramarine £57.49 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
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57.99 for the ultramarine is good value rrp for a waterproof jacket with a cycling fit and features (drop tail and pit zips) and cheaper than lesiure lakes who are now out of stock… Read more
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XL in blue ordered, will go with my new blue lid! Cheers OP
good price but none in M or L unfortunately
Santa Cruz 5010 Carbon S 27.5" Bike 2017 (less British cycling extra 10% Discount = £2,970) £2992 @ Chain Reaction
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Great price, also good deals on the 5010 CC frame, bronson alloy and a 2016 tall boy. if its good enough for danny macaskill :0) if you want the 2018 colourway then this spec is £… Read more
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is this deal for a MTB or a pile of rubble in a rough hell hole in Bulgaria?
stevenfeeney8 h, 40 m ago

Oh look...here is a thread discussing the absolute eBay scams of Bulgarian …Oh look...here is a thread discussing the absolute eBay scams of Bulgarian property - http://www.mybulgaria.info/forum/viewtopic.php?f=0&t=37095And here is a legitimate property developer telling you that your holiday home *will* be robbed. https://www.propertyforum.com/forum/threads/bulgaria-property-on-ebay-co-uk.23273/


I'm no expert on bulgarian property but even those links have both good and bad. I think the scams are in the minority but some areas do have higher crime rates. There are videos on youtube of people who bought houses from peanuts and are happy. There may be cheap property in moss side but I'm not moving there. You'll find cheap property all over Bulgaria its not just in high crime areas although I'm sure those are likely to have the cheapest prices.
bonzobanana16 h, 53 m ago

You can get property cheap in Bulgaria. A large number of people have …You can get property cheap in Bulgaria. A large number of people have emigrated for work and the supply and demand is the reverse of the UK with an abundance of property. Just look at some of the completed auctions on ebay. Sometimes an un-modernised property can go for hundreds of pounds. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Huge-Bulgarian-Property-Home-House-Villa-Land-Hilly-Views-Bulgaria-For-sale/182969088595[Image] What's going on with that birds nest at the top of that pole. I wouldn't want to have small children around whatever lives up there.


Oh look...here is a thread discussing the absolute eBay scams of Bulgarian property - mybulgaria.info/for…095

And here is a legitimate property developer telling you that your holiday home *will* be robbed.


propertyforum.com/for…73/
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bonzobanana16 h, 47 m ago

You can get property cheap in Bulgaria. A large number of people have …You can get property cheap in Bulgaria. A large number of people have emigrated for work and the supply and demand is the reverse of the UK with an abundance of property. Just look at some of the completed auctions on ebay. Sometimes an un-modernised property can go for hundreds of pounds. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Huge-Bulgarian-Property-Home-House-Villa-Land-Hilly-Views-Bulgaria-For-sale/182969088595[Image] What's going on with that birds nest at the top of that pole. I wouldn't want to have small children around whatever lives up there.


So, for the bargain price of £3K you can purchase a condemned and abandoned property without metalled road access. Amazing. And EU citizens can stay in Bulgaria for 90 days in any 6 month period...except we are not going to be in the EU. Great.

Oh, and every professional advisor recommends paying for a special alarm and private security to respond to your property due to the high levels of theft from holiday homes. And just to top it all off - lots of properties were built without permits which there is no guarantee any eBay properties actually have...

Read more: bulgarianproperties.com/faq…545
You can get property cheap in Bulgaria. A large number of people have emigrated for work and the supply and demand is the reverse of the UK with an abundance of property. Just look at some of the completed auctions on ebay. Sometimes an un-modernised property can go for hundreds of pounds.


ebay.co.uk/itm…595


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What's going on with that birds nest at the top of that pole. I wouldn't want to have small children around whatever lives up there.
Diadora X Phantom II MTB SPD Shoes £28.80 w/code @ CRC (10% off code Ends Today)
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Been slowly dropping in price on these, there's also a 10% off code - XMAS10 which ends today. There's a few sizes and colours to chose from on these. Reviews look good and for… Read more
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polg5 h, 21 m ago

Are Diadora a wide fitting shoe? I'm looking for a pair for my road bike …Are Diadora a wide fitting shoe? I'm looking for a pair for my road bike but I've a fairly broad foot and don't really want to spend any more than this.


I also have broad feet and I find Lake shoes broad enough.
I've been wearing my dbh m1.0 for months on my cycle tour of Europe. Should I buy these as back up? Loving the dhb shoes.
polg22 m ago

Are Diadora a wide fitting shoe? I'm looking for a pair for my road bike …Are Diadora a wide fitting shoe? I'm looking for a pair for my road bike but I've a fairly broad foot and don't really want to spend any more than this.


No - when I researched these they come up narrow. If you are broad Shimano and Northwave are good options.
Are Diadora a wide fitting shoe?
I'm looking for a pair for my road bike but I've a fairly broad foot and don't really want to spend any more than this.
i had some diadora cycling shoes recently ad the quality is pretty poor, the sole started coming away within a couple of months of use.
Cube Pro Road Shoes £36.44 delivered with code from Chain Reaction Cycles plus 2.4%TCB rrp £140
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Code is XMAS10 Expires 18th December Everything site wide currently 10% off with this code, some great deals to be had Cube Road Pro With their fibre reinforced outsole, the Cu… Read more
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nobigdeal1 m ago

Code doesn't work for me on tyres. Has anyone else had any luck using code …Code doesn't work for me on tyres. Has anyone else had any luck using code on other items?Cheers


Correction, doesn't work if you buy a 'pair' - seems to work on single tyres.

Thanks a again
Code doesn't work for me on tyres. Has anyone else had any luck using code on other items?

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Thanks op, heated. I've gone for a size up in the hope I can get away with the sealskinz in the bleak midwinter....
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kate.g19 m ago

what’s the sizing like? is it true or go up a size as i’ve found in most ro …what’s the sizing like? is it true or go up a size as i’ve found in most road shoes?


I don't have these but I'm normally a 41 in regular shoes and I always get a 42 in cycle shoes.
Off the bike feel like a duck out of water, quacking about and when catching the Mersey ferry at low tide positively dangerous.
Portable pressure washer for bike. £49.99 @ CRC
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Portable pressure washer for the boot of your car ideal for cleaning down your bike after a ride or cleaning your dog's after a muddy walk.
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alfa11123 h, 54 m ago

Basically the same as the washers you can get for a tenner in most DIY …Basically the same as the washers you can get for a tenner in most DIY stores.


Do you mean the pump action sprayers? Would the be as powerful? If you mean something different let me know as i was going to by the above but now i am intrigured as to what i could get for a tenner.
Basically the same as the washers you can get for a tenner in most DIY stores.
Wahoo ELEMNT GPS Cycling Computer - £189.99 @ CRC.   Normal Price - £249.99
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Been looking of one of these for a while and the price has dropped on Black Friday from a number of stores including the linked CR one, but also including Wiggle, Evans and Wahoo t… Read more
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Aquacadabra24th Nov

How though.. basic in what way? 530 does all this an includes cadence and …How though.. basic in what way? 530 does all this an includes cadence and heart rate at this price..


Realised I'd not responded to this dude. Sorry

I hear what you are saying, and for the cash the 530 has a lot going for it, but its only breadcrumb guidance (such as you would link on a lower spec Garmin), not turn-by-turn. The maps are non-zoomable I understand meaning its less easy to interpret on a ride, its not got higher end stuff stuff like Strava Live segements, live tracking etc (admittedly I don't use these - yet) , and from the reviews I've seen its not that intuitive to navigate the menus. Again maybe a limitation on a ride

The mapping limitations are big issue for me. In the end (with quidco cashback) I paid about 20 quid more than the 530 for I believe a much more performant solution.

Don't get me wrong, the 530 seems a good unit for the cash, but I think these units Element (and Bolt) units are much better value - when at these sale prices of course.

Just my opinion and YMMV
I have one, It's way better than my old Garmin.

Don't be put off by the monochrome screen. Colour screens look good in the shop but when you are out in brilliant sunlight and wearing polarised sunglasses colour screens can be a nightmare. It can be very hard to distinguish the difference between your route and track and an A road or motorway. Whereas on the Wahoo your route, track and roads remain totally clear no matter how bright the sunlight is.
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Quidco tracking on this bad boy @ £5.57
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So I am getting this with the British Cycling 10% discount for the grand sum of £165.42.
A lot of cycling GPS for not much £ (by comparison with equiv G@rmin)
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bollybobinson20 h, 41 m ago

Love one but what do i make redundant? I use android phone gps track and …Love one but what do i make redundant? I use android phone gps track and also a gps watch....


You can't really use either of those if you want to do any of the following...

Ride for more than 2 hours
Have accurate GPS
Display in bright sunlight
Display at night for long rides
Display ant+ sensors (speed, cadence, power, heart rate)
Use a power meter
Customise data fields
Properly waterproof
Securely mounted
Ride training plans
Show elevation (altimeter)

Etc etc etc
Crank Brothers Mallet DH Race Pedals 2016 - £59.99 @ CRC
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Pretty good deal for a great pair of pedals, I don't think I've seen them for less than around £80 before. Also available at the same price at Wiggle.co.uk
lukew510 m ago

I see this a lot online, but I figured they must also be extremely popular …I see this a lot online, but I figured they must also be extremely popular at the same time and the complaint rate seems comparitively high because they sell so many. I wouldn't have bought a pair if they weren't this cheap, worth a gamble for me personally. they feel great under my feet I gotta say.


It's good to know they perform well, it's just the historic Crank Bros reputation for 1) pedals that fall apart after a while and 2) awful customer service, which I'm not keen on trying. Helps that I only ride flats though.
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gbmcginty34 m ago

Didn't vote personally but also wouldn't touch Crank Bros pedals with a 15 …Didn't vote personally but also wouldn't touch Crank Bros pedals with a 15 foot barge pole!


I see this a lot online, but I figured they must also be extremely popular at the same time and the complaint rate seems comparitively high because they sell so many. I wouldn't have bought a pair if they weren't this cheap, worth a gamble for me personally. they feel great under my feet I gotta say.
Didn't vote personally but also wouldn't touch Crank Bros pedals with a 15 foot barge pole!
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If you're gunna make this cold, at least say where you can get these cheaper....
Shimano XT 1x11 Drivetrain Groupset £224.99 @ Chain reaction cycles
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Shimano's XT 1x11 Drivetrain Groupset beckons trail adventure. Manufactured to reach Shimano's ultimate goal of giving you a better riding experience. the XT 1x11 Drivetrain Groups… Read more
Some good deals on that canyon site had a look,Ribble cycles has the m7000 11 speed right shifter for 15 quid
another serrious bargain i cant post on this site german bike brand canyon has a mega sale
XT M8000 brakeset £110
SLX M675 Brakes £36 each
That slx chainset is a serious bargain if you can get it for 47.50 mind
Exactly what I've done the x11 chain is 15.50 at Merlin plus I had 100 points which gives you 5 pound off 50 spend and two accounts so two five pounds off.so paid 157 for above parts plus tcb couple quid
Individual parts are on merlin cheap
XT rear derailleur mech £42.50
XT cassette 11-42t £41.50
slx m7000 32t chainset £52.50
kmc chain x11-93 £16 wiggle
XT shifter £25

total £167.50

the slx crankset is decent and actually weighs less than the XT
Castelli Perfetto Long Sleeve 2017 £87.50 @ Chain reaction cycles
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Castelli long sleeve cycling top half price on chain reactions black friday
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nickhope0074 h, 48 m ago

right cancelling order and going to them


No but you should cancel your order and re order with CRC using the code "CLEAR2017" because that brings the cost down to £77.50...
Wiggle and chain reaction is the same company since 1 year
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right cancelling order and going to them
Sam as Wiggle.

Decathlon is more than half price though