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Sugoi Mens Icon Long Sleeve Road Cycling Jersey in White - Small Only £19.99 @ CyclesUK
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Sugoi Mens Icon Long Sleeve Jersey in White. Free UK Delivery. In small only, however it looks to be generous sizing as according to their guide it fits 91-97cm or 36-38" Chest si… Read more

Original Poster

and now oos again

Mine turned up today - nice fit but I'm glad I didn't pay the rrp of £69.99 for it!
Edited by: "nathb" 20th Feb 2015

Original Poster

Back in stock in small.

ah well, another jersey never went to harm. For 20 quid, cant go wrong.

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The_Hoff

Fir wise as a typical Japanese brand I find their stuff comes up on the … Fir wise as a typical Japanese brand I find their stuff comes up on the small side.Good price.



Ah boo, I think this may have to go back then... Guess I'll see!
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Moon XP300 Rechargable Front Bike Light £39.99 at Cycles UK
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Found 7th Aug 2013Found 7th Aug 2013
Moon XP300 Rechargable Front Bike Light in black. The next best price I can find is on Amazon at £58. Store collection and payment is also available. The link is not working but th… Read more

Good price, positive comments...yet -65...why!? There be idiots abound on this site..

Hot from me

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globula_neagra

http://www.cyclesuk.com/89298/products/moon-xp300-rechargable-front-light.aspxHere is the link



Thanks. I have added the link in to the main details.

Link not working for me , probably why cold.
JD Bug Pink original scooter £32 @ Cycles UK
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JD bug original in pink, currently 20% off with free delivery. The next cheapest I could find was £47 on amazon.

Thanks, perfect for my daughters birthday. I couldn't find anything cheaper than £40, never will understand what hot / not!

Wonder if my 7yr old son would be happy with a pink one???? Hmmmm...probably not! (_;)

Good price though so hot from me!
20% off specialised road & hybrid bikes @ Cycles UK
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Found 28th Aug 2010Found 28th Aug 2010
Worth a look if you are into clycling, 20% is a fair old amount off some of these bikes - road, hybrid, mountain, bmx & kids. There's up to 25% off 2010 bikes from top brands s… Read more

I didn't think Specialised "allowed" retailers to discount their bikes - but there it is. Know someone who has 2 specialised and swears by their quality.

Will check this out.
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Free helmet with any kids bike + free delivery @ Cycles UK
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Found 9th Apr 2010Found 9th Apr 2010
A new offer : As part of our springtime promotions we're giving away a free helmet with every kids bike sold To claim your free helmet simply add one from the choices below to you… Read more

Not that great a deal IMHO.

T&C's state:

[LIST]
[*]Cycle must be sold at full price
[*]Offer not available on sale bikes
[/LIST]

There are plenty of online retailers selling the same bikes for 10 - 15% less with free delivery. Picking an example at random - 14" Dawes Lottie:

Cycles UK = £99.99 + free helmet
ChainReaction = £89.99
Winstanley Bikes = £84.99
etc.

However for kids helmets I'd never recommend buying online. It's *MUCH* better to buy one from a local bike shop where they can be correctly sized and fitted, and you can be offered advice on how it should be positioned on the head. A badly fitted / adjusted helmet is probably worse than no helmet at all IMHO. Also that way they get to pick one they are happy with, so much more likely to wear it!

In fact given that the savings on the kids bikes aren't huge you could probably get the kids bike from the local bike shop, your kid could test it, find one they are comfortable with. Getting someone else to set up the bike and make sure it's correctly adjusted isn't worth jepardising over a tenner's savings. With a bit of luck you might persuade the LBS to chuck in a few free / discounted accessories!

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A massive £50 off all women's bikes @ Cycles UK (Prices from £49.99 delivered after discount)
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Found 10th Feb 2010Found 10th Feb 2010
The discount is applied on checkout before the payment page. Prices start from just £49.99 and there is also free delivery on every bike! Offer ends 14th Feb, so be quick!

Anyway, voted cold as they just cancelled my order from last night...

From the CyclesUK email:

"We've got some great offers in the run-up to Valentines day... Get £50 off any Womens bike until the 14th February and 25% off selected cleaning products."

LMAO - Buy her a bike, but make sure she's back cleaning the kitchen on the 15th

Sexist!
20% off 2009 bikes @ Cyclesuk
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Cycles UK are starting to sell off some of their 2009 bike models. This is an excellent chance to buy them as the 2010 bikes are expected to go up by 20% from this years prices an… Read more

Not sure I trust a bike company called Cycle Suk

Just bought a Trek 7300 from The Bike Factory in Chester - same price as this website - although they knocked 10% off the bike and some accesories so this would actually be more expensive for me - in view that voted cold sorry.
Genuine Oxford Heavy Duty Bike Chain - £15.59 (Del £2.99 if under £25) @ Cyclesuk.com
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This retails for £29.99 and the next cheapest is at ChainReactionCycles for £28.99 which makes this a huge saving!! I got these in the next day after ordering too! Was looking fo… Read more

These have gone up to £19.98 now. Probably because we bought 8 in our office alone...

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maccaG;5636548

Hi ToybhoyDidn’t realise you posted both but should have worked this out I … Hi ToybhoyDidn’t realise you posted both but should have worked this out I guess :oops:. I was going to put a review on your Specialized bike post but wanted to give the bike a run-in first. Well all I can say is a big thank you as I would not have seen this deal otherwise. My workplace has decided not to join the cycle to work initiative (due to credit crunch) so I knew I was limited by price in what I could purchase. I am very pleased then to get a decent spec bike for £200. Was umming and ahhing for a quite a while about the single speed thing but decided to jump in following a bit of research. The bike is fantastic :thumbsup:! My 2.5m journey to work has become super enjoyable. The bike accelerates like a dream. I am now a single speed convert. No need to decide when to change gear, just simple pedal and go. Took it out for 12 miles over the weekend along canal paths and bridleway and loved the experience. The gearing 38/16 seem a good compromise – it will go up hills easily with a bit of grunt, very easy to transfer power. Also, it has to be said that this bike, in my opinion (and others I have shown it too), looks very very cool, certainly more expensive than £200 paid, with its matt black paint, disc brakes and curvy-cool frame. Now just to hope that the mega-chain deters the thieves! I do have a question: I may increase the gear ratio in the future. Seems 42/16 is often recommended but it will cost more to replace front chainring so I could take the rear down to 14 which would give 38/14. Don’t want too big a jump, just a small increase – what do you think?



Glad you like it mate but as for the advice, am not particularly knowledgable in the area of singlespeed bikes so its best I don't comment on this. Hopefully someone else spots this and can offer their advice else I would highly recommend joining Bikeradar forums and you'll get the answer you're looking for easily.

Happy biking mate and I think you have just convinced me to get this bike, fancy convincing my girlfriend as to why I should be getting "yet another bike"? :-D

Toybhoy;5631093

I just sorted your biking needs! :-D I am the poster of both deals! Its … I just sorted your biking needs! :-D I am the poster of both deals! Its nice to know my deals are benefiting some people! Hows the Specialized? :thumbsup:



Hi Toybhoy
Didn’t realise you posted both but should have worked this out I guess :oops:. I was going to put a review on your Specialized bike post but wanted to give the bike a run-in first.

Well all I can say is a big thank you as I would not have seen this deal otherwise. My workplace has decided not to join the cycle to work initiative (due to credit crunch) so I knew I was limited by price in what I could purchase. I am very pleased then to get a decent spec bike for £200. Was umming and ahhing for a quite a while about the single speed thing but decided to jump in following a bit of research.

The bike is fantastic :thumbsup:! My 2.5m journey to work has become super enjoyable. The bike accelerates like a dream. I am now a single speed convert. No need to decide when to change gear, just simple pedal and go. Took it out for 12 miles over the weekend along canal paths and bridleway and loved the experience.

The gearing 38/16 seem a good compromise – it will go up hills easily with a bit of grunt, very easy to transfer power. Also, it has to be said that this bike, in my opinion (and others I have shown it too), looks very very cool, certainly more expensive than £200 paid, with its matt black paint, disc brakes and curvy-cool frame. Now just to hope that the mega-chain deters the thieves!

I do have a question:
I may increase the gear ratio in the future. Seems 42/16 is often recommended but it will cost more to replace front chainring so I could take the rear down to 14 which would give 38/14. Don’t want too big a jump, just a small increase – what do you think?

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maccaG;5625566

This really is a very good quality lock for the price. Looks the … This really is a very good quality lock for the price. Looks the business. 2.5 kg. Leaving it at the station on my new bike: http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/404162/specialized-centrum-sport-hybrid-bi/ which has disc brakes so can also use the mini-Dlock as a disc lock. Thanks to the poster!



I just sorted your biking needs! :-D I am the poster of both deals! Its nice to know my deals are benefiting some people!

Hows the Specialized? :thumbsup:

This really is a very good quality lock for the price. Looks the business. 2.5 kg. Leaving it at the station on my new bike: hotukdeals.com/ite…bi/ which has disc brakes so can also use the mini-Dlock as a disc lock. Thanks to the poster!
Specialized Centrum Sport Hybrid Bike - £199 @ CyclesUK.com
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Seems like a very good price for a decent Hybrid bike with a great brand name suitable for urban cycling and light trails. Also comes with disk brakes which for this price is pret… Read more

Just to let people know, cyclesuk seem to be pretty useless responding to emails. I sent 3 emails over 2 weeks to try and get a quote back for my works Cycle To Work scheme and didnt get any response, now its out of stock....waste of my time

Toybhoy;5443015

Hi Jamie,The thing about cycling is that the better the bike, the more … Hi Jamie,The thing about cycling is that the better the bike, the more enjoyable the expierence is so if you have a poor bike (like those supermarket ones) then chances are you will lose interest VERY quickly. It has to be noted that this bike is single geared so might not suit places with lots of hills or if you are wanting to commute with pannier bags full of work stuff or shopping etc. It really does depends on how you feel cycling with a fixed gear although the upside is that these bikes are very reliable and needs little maintence so its a case of balacing the pro's and cons.What would be your budget for a new bike?



I'm just lookin for as cheap as possible really

On the local gumtree there is a guy selling a specialized hardrock pro for 250.
I don't really want to spend that much if i can help it.
As i said it's just for the casual cycle with the headphones on when it's a nice day.

i'm really annoyed they just pumped up the prices of the carreras at halfords!

now i'm back to square 1 in deciding... was going to get the carrera 2.

basically want something with at least 18 gears, hybrid,
any recommendations?

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jamiesd;5432203

Toybhoy i've been thinking about getting a bike for some light use, round … Toybhoy i've been thinking about getting a bike for some light use, round the park down to shops maybe the odd trip to work, not wanting to spend to much as i'm one of these guys who sometimes loses interest.Would this do or would i be better with something else?I may mention that my brother offered me a giant(21 speed mountain bike can't remember the name), prob 10 years old but it needed 2 tyres 2 tubes a back wheel. After pricing that i decided to just get something new.Is that a good decision?cheersJamiesd



Hi Jamie,

The thing about cycling is that the better the bike, the more enjoyable the expierence is so if you have a poor bike (like those supermarket ones) then chances are you will lose interest VERY quickly.

It has to be noted that this bike is single geared so might not suit places with lots of hills or if you are wanting to commute with pannier bags full of work stuff or shopping etc.

It really does depends on how you feel cycling with a fixed gear although the upside is that these bikes are very reliable and needs little maintence so its a case of balacing the pro's and cons.

What would be your budget for a new bike?

Toybhoy i've been thinking about getting a bike for some light use, round the park down to shops maybe the odd trip to work, not wanting to spend to much as i'm one of these guys who sometimes loses interest.

Would this do or would i be better with something else?

I may mention that my brother offered me a giant(21 speed mountain bike can't remember the name), prob 10 years old but it needed 2 tyres 2 tubes a back wheel. After pricing that i decided to just get something new.
Is that a good decision?

cheers
Jamiesd