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Hybrid Bike - B'TWIN RIVERSIDE 500 HYBRID BIKE - WHITE - £199 @ Decathlon
Found 18th MayFound 18th May
Designed for riding on the road, gravel trails or on canal tow paths. The Riverside 500 is the perfect hybrid bike for enjoying cycling in the countryside or in towns. The lightw… Read more

Road bikes are less likely to include eyelets for a rear rack too. That ruins the utility aspect of a bike in my opinion, it's like owning a car that you couldn't pick up groceries in. As for backpacks, eh, they'll only carry so much and aren't comfortable on long journeys. I recently hauled a 60 litre bag of compost on my bike using bungee cords to secure it. Try doing that with a backpack!


I'm not denying that many people will use their phone more, I just think people have been drawn in to spending hundreds on a phone. Because they are paid monthly, many do not stop to think how much they have spent over the past few years. Many will laugh at someone spending £1000 on a bike that will last 10 years, joke that you can buy a car for that, and yet they will have spent £3000 on phones.


I have both and have to disagree - yes the road bike can go much faster but for day to day utility cycling on our crappy road surfaces a hybrid is much more comfortable/ practical. Particularly true if your commute involves any off road sections.


So is it worth paying the extra for the carrera’s? If so, which is better value? My wife is looking for a new mountain bike but we are no experts...


A bike does very little. A phone is basically a computer in your pocket can't really compare the two.

Smartphone running belt, grey at Decathlon £2.99 - Free c&c
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Saw this looking at running bags. Plenty of stock around according to website.

Bought! Thanks!


I get the app (I use Google Fit) to read out the time, distance and pace every 5 minutes over my headphones. I'm currently using an armband too, but I never actually check the screen. Might snag this.


Still got mine from Magaluf '09! Woop woop



That's what bras are for :D

Quechua 10L Backpack £2.49 (+£3.99 del) @ Decathlon
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
Good price for small backpack.Good reviews aswell
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I use it for swimming. Towel, trunks, goggles, bottle water etc. And sometimes a sandwich :D It is free from Asda if you spend £30. With no store within 45 miles of me though £2 ain't too bad, especially when the t-shirts are only £2.


Was joking couldn't care who you're having a go at tbh lol


Don 't be a knob. T hat is irrespective and I would only post a deal if it is actually a deal. This is RRP! Not a deal. Do you know that Poundland sell the majority of items for a pound? Is that a deal?


I'm not uptight? I just wish people would get their facts right :)


Link please

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Jetboil Zip Hiking Stove £59.99 @ Decathlon
LocalLocalFound 30th AprFound 30th Apr
Good price for one of these in the UK. Occasionally on sale (I think Black's is selling them for £75 at the moment) but generally hover around £90. Available in store and online. … Read more

Sorry mate


nice find


Go Outdoors will price match plus this so £54 from them


Lol... Calm Down buddy. On mobile, simply missed the input field. (embarrassed)


Wtf why did you put free?

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Tacx blue motion smart turbo trainer pack £109.99 online / instore @ Decathlon
Found 30th AprFound 30th Apr
probably isn't the the best price ever, however I didn't find cheapest with 2 years warrant. There was some at Canada Waters store. Free delivery over £30 and 365 days free returns… Read more
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@grumpyturnip Zwift won't control the resistance. You'll need a smart trainer with ant+ or Bluetooth connectivity. I got the tacx flow which you can get for around £200 at times works well with zwift. Here it is in Halfords plus 10% British cycling discount too. Tacx flow


Are these Zwift compatible?

Quechua Air Seconds 2 XL Camping Tent - £54.99 + Free delivery @ Decathlon
Found 27th AprFound 27th Apr
Designed for 2 people camping, wishing a large tent fast to assemble and disassemble, coolness and darkness to sleep well.
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I have this tent, its awesome :)


Plenty of room for 2 people.


Worth it just for the music....


I though about one off these but it takes just one small pin or fag to really ruin for festival.


The door seems to be positioned at such an angle to allow rain to gush in when opened during rain.

Decathlon Triban 500 SE Road Bike £249
Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
Summer is upon us and Decathlon are offering this bike at a great price. If it's a road bike that you're after you can't go wrong with this bike. Lifetime guarantee on frame, handl… Read more

Yeah it just goes straight to the Triban 500 page now, a bit sneaky.


FWIW although the deal is over I should say having put over a hundred miles on the bike and got used to it I am really enjoying it and according to Strava there has been a noticeable improvement in speed vs the Carrera. There is also much less jarring from bumps in the road, presumably due to the carbon fork. I have already got a puncture on the tyres that came with it so will swap them over to Gatorskins. Other than that cracking bike.


This would be good for a first Tri, certainly better than a hybrid, due to lower rolling resistance and a more aerodynamic position, and it's a bike you can always use for winter training (as I do) if you get more serious and invest in carbon! :) :)


Now £349


The 500SE is out of stock now and page removed but a quick comparison of the current 500 vs 500SE shows if anything the 500SE is overall higher spec and actually lighter weight (500SE includes weight of pedals) including decent branded tyres and other improved components over the current 500 but when the 500SE came out it was meant to be a budget model that sold for £50 less than the 500. So for those lucky enough to get one they got a very good deal. Maybe still some 500SE's in actual stores? I know spec doesn't tell the whole story the 500 could still be the nicer bike overall but it certainly doesn't look that way looking at the spec. The main downgrade on the 500 seems to be the crankset and bottom bracket. Shimano Claris octalink on 500SE but a looks to be a generic low end bottom bracket and basic prowheel chainset on 500 which is probably the main weight difference between the 2 bikes enabling the 500SE to be lighter. Actually saying that I don't remember seeing a Claris crankset on the 500SE when I looked at it instore a few months back. Even if the Claris crankset is wrong information there isn't much to seperate the 2 bikes. 500SE FRAME 6061 T6 aluminium sloped tube with socket for integrated headset. Short geometry, 1.9 kg in size 57, solid frame. Available in 5 sizes for users from 1.65 m to 2 m tall. FORK / SUSPENSION B'Twin Sport carbon fork with aluminium pivot (550 g). DRIVETRAIN Highly precise 8-speed Microshift shifters with a very sturdy design. Ergonomic and very comfortable, these shifters are pleasant for any size hands to use. Very precise front and rear Microshift derailleur ensuring amazingly-smooth chain crossovers. Cassette: 12 x 25. CRANKSET / CASSETTE Shimano Claris Octalink 50/39/30 triple chainring, crankset is perfectly adapted for all types of flat and inclined terrain. Shimano Octalink bottom bracket has been selected due to it's added stiffness and durability compared with a standard square tapered BB. Two crank sizes: 170 mm and 175 mm, depending on the size of the frame. BRAKES B'Twin double pivot with pads mounted on brake shoes to make it easy to replace when worn down without changing the position of the brakes. HANDLEBARS / STEM / STEERING B'Twin oversize, compact handlebar stem, with component sizes that are proportional to the size of the frame (stem length: 80 mm to 130 mm on a size 63 bike). WHEELS B'Twin aluminium double-wall rim with eyelets, 32 stainless steel spokes, front and rear quick-release hubs. Size 51 comes with 650c wheels. Sizes 54, 57, 60 and 63 come with 700c wheels. TYRES Hutchinson Equinox (Section 23): an excellent tyre for training sessions at a fast pace. Weight: 290 g. Equipped with steel beads. Bi-material rubber: the tread is harder than the sidewalls; mounted on a 66 TPI carcass. SADDLE / SEAT POST B'Twin aluminium seat post with a BTR screw adjustment (29.8 mm diameter). Ergonomic B'Twin saddle that is comfortable even on long rides. PEDALS Platform pedals with toe clips. WEIGHT 10.6 kg in size 57 with the pedals. ACCESSORIES / EQUIPMENT Comes with a front and rear light kit, and a bell. 500 FRAME 6061 T6 aluminium sloping frame with semi-integrated headset. Comfort-oriented frame geometry with a higher steering socket and a shorter top tube that offers a more upright position than a classic road frame. Frame weight, size M: 1830 g. FORK Carbon fork that is more lightweight and offers more precise directional control. Aheadset 1"1/8 steerer tube makes the steering assembly strong and rigid. Inserts in the fork to fit a pannier rack. Maximum load on the fork: 9 kg. HANDLEBAR / STEM / STEERING Ergonomic B'TWIN SPORT handlebars for better grip and excellent comfort. Handlebar width (axle-to-axle): XS, S: 400mm. M, L: 420mm. XL: 440mm. DRIVETRAIN High-precision, very sturdy Microshift 8-speed shifter. Very comfortable design: the shifter is easy to operate regardless of hand size. Very precise front and rear Microshift derailleurs. CRANKSET / CASSETTE SUNRACE 8-speed 12x25 cassette. (12/13/14/15/17/19/21/23/25). PROWHEEL Once triple chainset (50/39/30). Cranks: XS, S, M: 170 mm. L, XL: 175 mm. BRAKES B'Twin Sport dual-pivot caliper brakes for added power. WHEELS B'TWIN SPORT 700 wheels. AERO 28 hubs. TYRES B'Twin resist 5 tyres: 700 x 25. B'TWIN inner tube. SADDLE / SEAT POST New B'Twin Ergo Fit saddle. B'Twin Sport aluminium seat post. Diameter: 27.2 mm for more comfort. Length: 350mm. PEDALS VP992S platform pedals. ACCESSORIES / EQUIPMENT Comes with a front and rear-lighting kit and bell. WEIGHT 10.54 kg in size M, without pedals.

Garmin Forerunner 235 GPS Watch £159.99 @ Decathlon
LocalLocalFound 21st AprFound 21st Apr
For those, who missed the last Forerunner 235 Deal from Sports Direct, here is a new one from Decathlon. I know it's slightly more expensive, but it's still a good price for this w… Read more

Do you have a link


Thank you!!


Vivoactive 3 is at the same price on Amazon Truck almost on my doorstep. Decisions...


Was the same in my store. Make sure you ask for the special edition with the two straps and tell them it's £159.99 online and probably they will do it at that price. The non special edition is over £200 in store.


It supports various 'IQ' add-ons (many/most are free), and I think 'virtual pacer' is required (free) for this function. I haven't used it as I tend to just look at the watch which displays current pace anyway (if you want it to). Virtual pacer seems to allow you to set a pace and then tells you if you're ahead or behind. Hope that helps! :)

B'TWIN Elops 520 Classic Bike - Burgundy (Available size - L/XL, Colour - Chocolate truffle) for £159.99 (Reduced from £229) @ Decathlon
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Good for city rides. Looks sturdy . Comes with Mudguard , Chain guard , stand , pannier rack that holds up to 27 kg (complies with standard to carry a baby seat), front … Read more
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Nope to what? You surely aren't stating you disagree with btwin's stated limits as per their manual.




The 100kg limit including bike weight, fitted accessories, luggage and rider weight plus clothes and this was clearly explained in the standard btwin manual I linked to. The only exceptions seems to be some of the more expensive folding bikes which had an increased limit. It's not Tourney its sub Shimano, generic derailleur and this can be seen on the images. Same derailleur on the low end folding bike tilt/hoptown and possibly other bikes in the btwin range for entry level bikes. I had the weight limit confirmed by btwin sometime ago that it was 100kg across the range but its clear many people don't heed it as there has been quite a few frame recalls for btwin bikes. You should always work to the weight limits stated in the manual they are there as a legal requirement. The frame may not break immediately but you are severely shortening the life of the frame. The lifetime warranty of bicycle frames is only for those who are within their weight limits and only for faults in manufacture not long term normal use where the metal wears out with fatigue as that is not a manufacturing defect. If you won't accept the information given in their manual I suggest you get it confirmed by Decathlon/Btwin because I wasn't sure being less than all competitors and didn't want to give false information in forums but really the manual is clear on the weight limits. I've done a image below. The only reason they haven't mentioned the weight limit for folding bikes is while most are the same 100kg maximum load there is at least one that goes up another 30kg or more ontop. So it would be confusing to put it in the manual so that information comes on a separate leaflet or is simply labelled on the bike itself. Childrens bike weight limits are considerably less again so haven't included those. It also clearly states Elops models have this 100kg total load limit same as Triban and City models.


If you are able to read, try this article on weight. Basically an extra 5kg could add a minute or so to a 100 km ride. Think how little difference it makes to everyday cycling ?


The weight rating of 100kg in the manual is for the Triban road bike, not this steel bike. For the price this looks like an ok bike for riding around town. The gears are probably Shimano Tourney which is not great, but this bike probably costs less than any Shimano group set. The bike has pretty good reviews on Decathlon site.

Girls' one-piece swimsuit - purple £1.99 @ Decathlon (Free C&C)
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Ages 6-14 in stock at time of posting. Free C&C to Decathlon, £3.99 Standard Delivery or £2.99 C&C at Asda. Also free delivery with over £30 spend. Gets great reviews - 4… Read more

I’d say 2 sizes minimum, bought a couple of these for my 4 year old daughter, she’s about average size for her age and has to wear a 6 and that’s now getting tight.


Why is this under freebies? :/


"Hey, thank for modelling our swimsuit. Just to let you know we only want to include the bottom of your chin in the photo. Much creepier that way. Kthx."


In my experience of getting things for my 12 year old son from decathlon... Get a size or 2 bigger. Tiny sizes. Heat though


Ordered for my daughter. Thank you (highfive)

B'TWIN RIVERSIDE 120 HYBRID BIKE £120 @ Decathlon Braehead
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
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very fair thorough knowledgeable point (y)


I don't think Decathlon view this as a hybrid mountain/road bike. The frame is clearly a unisex comfort frame, the forks are threaded with a combined quill stem and handlebars so to replace the handlebars would need a new quill stem as well. It's really more of a light duty road bike with flat handlebars. Hybrid is a very loose term. The Carrera Subway is described as a hybrid but takes absolutely nothing from a road bike its just a fully rigid mountain bike. What is great about this bike is the trigger controlled gears (not naff rotary gear shifting) and decent freehub drivetrain. For those who can get one instore a very good deal. Simple to ride with easier gear changes than the average bike at this price point. Don't forget the low maximum rider weight though. 100kg minus the bike weight, luggage and any fitted accessories. Can mean a maximum rider weight of around 80kg sometimes less. About the average weight of a man in the uk. It's the lowest weight limit of any brand of bike I know and you can see a lack of reinforcing on the frame. That would be my only concern about this otherwise excellent bike for this price.


Because it is somewhere between a mountain bike and a road/racing bike. Lighter, thinner tyres (less drag), bigger wheels than a mountain bike, but sturdier / more upright than a racing bike (so you can jump up kerbs and ride off road.


hybrid bikes are perfect for those who want a little of everything. Drawing on the best design features from MTB and road cycling, hybrids are often used for more leisurely rides and as commuter bikes


Is a hybrid bike Pedal/electric like cars. If not why is it called Hybrid?

Victorinox swiss army knife 13 functions £14.99 instore decathlon
LocalLocalFound 13th AprFound 13th Apr
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Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Designed for protecting your horse from the cold; can be used alone or as an under rug. Perfect in spring/autumn or as an under rug. Neck opening is reinforced to prevent rug from … Read more

Ordered, just need to find a horse


Sent my missus a picture of this. Horse people are very opinionated. Will report back if she says yay or neigh.


Should stop them getting a sore throat too, nowt worse than feeling a little horse! :{


Now all I need is a horse!


Warm horse = Better ride by the horse. ;)

B'TWIN AEROFIT CYCLING GILET 38% off @ Decathlon, free C&C - £24.99
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
I think these sort of windproof gilets are excellent for this time of year, and really help at the start of morning rides. The one I have is designed for running, and the arm holes… Read more

Lol. Good point... Still, I'd pay more for something not to have Sky written on it, and the SKy one is £55, compared to £25. Gonna stick with Decathlon!


Only if it comes with subutenol


Ideal for team sky fan girls as looks just like their gear but sensible money

QUECHUA Hike 100 Boys' Hiking Padded Jacket - Navy Blue for £3.49 + Free C&C (reduced from £9.99) @ Decathlon
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
Available kids sizes while posting - 10 & 12 years
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Looks like I'm too late to get any more, ages 10 and 12 left


Bought one last time these came up, they are actually very smart.


Same problem with my baby girl’s jacket


Cheers! Bought. heat added


Poor quality, bought for my son and the zip keeps coming unfastened from the bottom. You get what you pay for..