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All Chain Reaction Cycles Deals, Discounts & Sales for March 2019

Osprey Fairview 40 Backpack  £54.06 with code @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
not a bad price with the discount code, shame it's not the mens version i missed out on last month when it was £60 Features: Large panel zip access to main compartment Lockable … Read more

Wheels are no good when you're walking up a dirt road!


In my opinion wheeled bags get in the way. If im walking about with it i would rather it on my back than wheel it everywhere.


All the people who travel to Thailand and all. A question to you is why you don't take wheeled square cabin size bags for such trips. I mean is it really necessary like you have to walk with this load on your shoulders?


Got the fair point 40, amazing, taken to Japan, Iceland, Amsterdam, South France. Don't need hold luggage.


This is a really great bag, I've had one for a couple of years and it is so practical and hardwearing. Never had any issues bringing it as carry-on luggage

Fox Suspension 34 Float Performance EBike Grip BOOST 140mm 27.5 £219.99 at CRC
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
another proper bargain fox fork, dropped a further £30 since listing £599 most places, this is OEM stock
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Some bikes will ride well with a bigger fork , could always speak to the brand and ask their opinion I’m sure one of the lads will have tried it (lol)


That's tempting, though I'm not sure it'd fit my current bike as that's only got 100mm up front and the manufacturer fork options only go to 120mm :(


Yeah ............ ok then ;) we can say that (lol) 🍔🍩🍔🍩🍔🍩🍔🍩🍔🍩🍔🍩🍔🍩🍔🍩


That article states the riding style (skill) Ebikers plough through were as a skilled mtb’er should float over :{


Do they make them thicker to handle the ‘increased girth’ of the average Ebike mountain biker (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol)

Endura Hummvee Camo II Shorts -with Liner (M-XXL) MTB shorts £30 @ CRC Chain Reaction Cycles
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
Endura Hummvee Camo II Shorts -with LinerThese Camo Hummvee II Shorts from Endura have an outer fabric made of mini-ripstop nylon with a DWR finish and a Clickfast™ detachable line… Read more
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Regular cotton cargo shorts won’t wash the dirt out as well, the hummvee shorts are well known to be hard wearing and tough, And the added bonus they come with a padded chamois lining to make a comfier ride. You could wear either for occasional use, on holiday if I hired a bike for a day I’d just wear my regular combats but if you are riding week in week out, I’d recommend these


What makes mountain bike shorts different to regular cargo shorts, or is it just marketing BS?




I go so fast on my mountain bike already, that no one can see me.


/\ wear (excited)

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Good quality Blank Ammo BMX BIke 2018 for £144.99 maybe £134 with code @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Found 5th MarFound 5th Mar
Good quality BMX bike for £144.99 maybe £134.99 for new users with code including delivery has good reviews and I have used chain reaction cycles many times and usually very fast d… Read more

Wiggle and CRC are under same ownership I should have said both


Never heard the make. But it does bring back memories of my teens. Really not sure of BMX sizes, would a 5ft8 12 stone look like an idiot riding one?


Same price at wiggle also with £10 off £50 for new customers

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Fox Suspension 36 Float Performance Elite Forks 2018 150mm 27.5 down to £419.99 @ CRC / Wiggle
Found 22nd FebFound 22nd Feb
an absolute bargain, it looks like crc/wiggle have got some OEM stock from jungle products judging by the fork graphics. Best price i've seen recently has been circa £750-800, the… Read more
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Sold out


Anyone doubt why these forks have a high RRP,


The car equivalent would be a ferrari monster truck, that's what I'd like to see!


There’s always one isnt there I would quite like to see a set of 36s strapped up to a top end carbon road bike though XD


I suggest you to stop binging on those cheap drugs mate... (:I

Cosmic Mavic Ksyrium Pro Carbon SL T Disc Wheelset - £656.99 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Found 20th FebFound 20th Feb
Seems a great price for this wheelset. Also selling front and rear separately. Optimised for today's hard-riding endurance runners, this awesome wheelset by Mavic boasts a disc … Read more

good spot


You should really put 'Tubular' in the title. Not many people run tubs these days, hence the massive price drop.

Maxxis Minion DHF Tyre - 3C - EXO - TR 27.5x2.3 MTB £29.99 @ CRC Chain Reaction
Found 19th FebFound 19th Feb
a quality front tyre for off road mountain biking, fast enough rolling and plenty of grip.. likely to go cold as i'm sure people know of budget car tyres for a similiar price. The… Read more
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BikeRadar verdict"Superbly predictable, grippy tyres for hard riders and mixed conditions 4.5/5 Review If we had to stockpile a single tyre to last out our riding days, Maxxis’ long-standing Minion DHF pattern would probably be our top selection. The simple but hugely versatile design means they can be turned to pretty much everything save cross-country racing. The more closely packed centre tread rolls well on hardpack despite being able to bite down to traction in all but the deepest mud. The chunky corners grip hard but are predictable when they break free. Now released in a 650b-friendly format, the long string of letters and numbers after the name indicates that this particular model uses a trio of rubber compounds, a reinforced sidewall and a tubeless ready folding bead. The harder base rubber is overlaid with soft edges and middling centre and it does a top job of maximising cornering traction without making you hate life on climbs. The EXO sidewall manages to fend off punctures effectively, offers good roll stability and a slightly damped and less pingy feel to the carcass. Combined with the ability to run them tubeless, where they inflated easily on a number of rims, you can run low pressures without punctures or excessive roll. While the likes of Maxxis’ own Ardent tyres are without doubt faster rolling, when it comes to the mixed mud, rock and slop that makes up a good deal of natural British mountain biking, the Minion is still the master at biting down to grip.

Elite Turbo Trainer Bundle £93.99 Delivered @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Found 16th FebFound 16th Feb
Elite SuperCrono Mag Force (Volare) Bundle Elite's SuperCrono Mag Force (Volare) turbo trainer comes as part of a comprehensive bundle to make sure you are fighting fit after a sol… Read more

Yeee I forgot to mention that, cheers


Use promo code "CLEAR2019" for £10 off.


As you said you don't know about quality


I don't know about the quality but Lidl have trainers in this week for £50 which looked quite good.

Powertap P1 double sided power meter pedals £489.99 Chain Reaction Cycles
Found 24th JanFound 24th Jan
Looks like a good price for these pedals. Same at Wiggle (same company) but anyone can use the discount code with chain reaction cycles. I would imagine that there will be a few c… Read more

You’re welcome console boy (y) 🏻 🏻


Again thanks.


Will do . Enjoy getting chubbier on your consoles (y) 🏻


Enjoy your cycling and remember red means stop and roads are for cars as well so please leave us a bit of space if possible.Good boy.


Will do thanks for the support,it means so much and keep reading (y) (y) (y)

Ergon MTB saddles from £15.99 (carbon £49.99) 60%+ Off @ CRC
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Numerous saddles to choose from across the ergon range, massive discounts on rrp
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Padded shorts are definitely the biggest "secret" amongst sport and pro cyclists - everyone wears them, even the hard-as-nails grand tour riders! Couple of tips: Consider padded bib shorts. Yes, I know you'll look silly when trying them on in the shop, but you tend to wear them with another layer over the upper half so noone else can tell what you are wearing anyway. They have the double advantage of not having a tight waistband (so they don't try to cut you in half while riding) and they stay put, even after hours in the saddle. They also, very conveniently, cover your arse crack which is nice for anyone else following you closely. I've worn nothing else for 10 years now whether riding on the road, track or mountain biking...and noone will ever know :-) For a saddle, don't assume that "big, wide and squidgy" is best. In fact, if you spend more than a few minutes in the saddle, it's almost certainly going to be the worst possible option. Pick a saddle that is ergonomically right for you and don't be too worried if this is one of those "razor blade" types - your backside will quickly get used to it and will thank you once it does! A few people above have detailed how to measure your sitting bones, but be aware that women have different physical requirements to men and their saddles (perhaps more than any other part of the bike) should be tailored specifically to women.


Padded shorts are a must


The gel covers just gives more volume for your legs and butt to rub and get sore on. A decent saddle would be better than a cover.


Thanks, I'll do that tonight as I've just returned a hire bike that despite having a wider, softer gel saddle was less comfortable than my usual bike. I mean, my usual bike isn't that comfy either but if it can be measured it can be improved.


I will look in to this as my ass was sore the day after

Adidas Alphaskin LS training top. £13.99 delivered @ Chain Reaction cycles
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Been looking at these for while. Great price & free delivery. Also available for in blue. Most sizes available at time of op
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Some nice ones around at the moment, I got a good under armour one, and this looks ok too:


Short sleeves ones have been £10.49-12 on amazon got a red one last week ;)

Brand-X Ascend 120mm & 150mm Dropper Seatpost £89.99 w/code @ CRC
Found 10th JanFound 10th Jan
This dropped over black Friday and you can grab them again at £89.99 with the current £10 off code. No need to create a new account like you did with the other, so that's a plus. … Read more

Very decent dropper for the money. Lever is a bit fiddly to set up. The cable gets clogged up easily, and it's never been very smooth. Also requires a fair bit of lever travel to work. But it's still functional enough. And easy to get used to. Post itself works very well so far after 12 months. The fact that it's not serviceable does worry me slightly. As it clearly lost a fair bit of it's smoothness and returns much slower compared to new. For this sort of money I can't really fault it.


My reverb dropper got sent back after 12 months to sram and they warranty replaced but only original warranty so only 12 months left if it breaks again I’ll ask for a refund and get a brandX Meanwhile I’m waiting on a 27.2 brandX but they seem out on the longer droppers


Does anyone have this that can compare it to the newer (rev B?) reverb dropper? Would you recommend this brand x one? Reviews seem very good.


Thanks op, ordered. That's my second Reverb packed in, had my eye on this so worked out great (y)


Decent post. Good price. Got one a couple of months ago. The lever seems improved compared to older versions.

Topeak Joe Blow Sport III Track Pump £24 @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Found 8th JanFound 8th Jan
Very good quality, regularly voted one of the best budget track pumps: Topeak sells replacement … Read more

Just picked this up from the Evans shop. They price matched without question. Seems really solid and well built. Pumped up my tyres quickly and easily.




I wouldn't buy a portable pump without knowing the volume. I bought a Topeak Mountain TT Twin Turbo because it states it's 91cc. Got it for £13.99 with the pre Christmas Halfords £10 voucher. The barrel is wider than I expected, but it is compact and if I need to put a lot of air in I use a B'TWIN Flexible Hand Pump Hose on it (£2.49). Rated at 120psi, but 65 is about the limit for my MTB tyres.


Great deal - well spotted. I've got 5 of the V2 versions floating around various places. Only issue I've had with the one that's been sat outside in direct weather for 3 years is the baseplate rusted, but that's easily resolved with some hammerite.


Americans (annoyed) . Great pump though, mine has lasted years.

Abus City Chain X Plus bike lock £82 delivered from CRC
Found 3rd JanFound 3rd Jan
If you just got a new bike for Christmas, keep it secure The Abus City is a 110cm sold secure gold rated 15/15 (insurance approved) bike lock At 2.7kg, it's heavy but manageable … Read more

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Works on other Clearance items.

That went fast! There was still stock when I posted




Out of stock

Kona Esatto Road Bike 2017, butted alloy frame and carbon fibre forks, £549.99 at Chainreaction/Wiggle
Found 29th Dec 2018Found 29th Dec 2018
All sizes but 24" in stock, free delivery.

This is slightly cheaper with tiagra 4700 here:


Well I voted hot. Seems a good deal to me. Claris works brilliantly and this is one groupset up from that. 7046 frame which is good for this price as I believe 7046 is a high grade of aluminium that produces lighter frames. Kona are over-priced but even so this is almost half normal price and firmly put's this Sora bike firmly into budget Sora bike territory. Curious to know what would be a better road bike for this money currently. Just looked at the Trek Domane at £549 and that is Claris with mystery aluminium as they won't tell you the real material '100 Series Alpha Aluminium' is all they will tell you which is just made up nonsense.


Sora. Avoid.


total bottom of the range components, paying for the name on the frame.


Poverty spec

Cube Aim Race Mountain Bike £324.99 with code @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Found 23rd Dec 2018Found 23rd Dec 2018
Reduced from £529 and with 12 months 0% with PayPal Credit. 5* reviews. Reduce by £10 with code NCV2018 for new members.

A lot better than a Apollo I would of thought but probably very similar to a Carrera depending on model. I think the Carrera's have higher weight limits and I think Halfords are offering lifetime warranties on the frames now. I strongly suspect current Carrera's are mechanically formed too but it was only a year or two back they were using the slower better hydro-forming process. What ever the brand stuck on the bike these are basically far eastern bikes likely assembled in Cambodia and nowadays with even the frames manufactured in Cambodia. My older Carrera bike was assembled in Vietnam with a Chinese manufactured frame likely from fuji-ta but before that I believe Merida were making some Carrera frames and since my bike Carrera's have probably been made in half a dozen different factories. Cube are the same actively juggling frame factories for the best price. Mechanically formed frames undercut hydro-formed frames in price hence that is the norm now for entry level. I personally would suspect that Carrera frames are superior to Cube based on weight limits and clear reinforcing on the frames which costs extra at the factory and which Halfords do seem to be paying for. I know the Carrera weight limits are 120kg for the rider with a total load capacity of 160kg including bike weight. You'd have to look at a Cube manual to see their weight limits but I think from memory it is much less at something like 120kg total load, 40kg less but I could be wrong about that. Obviously if you are a light rider or not planning to take the bike seriously off road and giving it some abuse then frame strength may not be an issue for you but even for lighter riders it's good to know you have a strong frame.


Yeah basically it's a bit (a lot) better than an Halfords Apollo or Carrera.


The Aim SL for £369 (£359 using same new customers code) on CRC was a better deal imo. Much better components for not too much more outlay. It was available in 27.5” and 29”. Tredz might be the best place for the SL at a similar price now.


Frame is mechanically formed which is a cheaper and inferior process compare to hydro-forming. Basic XCM forks. Very low end components all round except rear derailleur and brakes. OK value nothing more. Surely never worth over £500 but £325 seems fair for what you are getting.


My specialised Rockhopper is 19” frame don’t think this 17” will be any good to me ;( shame as wouldn’t mind this bike! Heat Added

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