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When people across the UK think about buying a new bike, they think about Evans Cycles. Since the 1920s, Evans have been selling the latest bike designs, helping millions of Brits to get on the road, and their product selection keeps expanding. Find out how to cycle for less with the Evans Cycle offers at HotUKDeals. Read more

All Evans Cycles Deals, Discounts & Sales for January 2018

Dawes Jack 2017 £288 @ Evans
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Found 31st Dec 2017Found 31st Dec 2017
Entry level folder for those wanting to give a folder a go. Normally retailing around £349

Besford1 h, 6 m ago

Unteresting story - but since no one knows what you're taking …Unteresting story - but since no one knows what you're taking about.......................................


tbh I don't know much about it either, I know the derraileur is shimano TZ (matching this deal) and I know the bike itself is a probike enfold.

To summarise it all though: This bike is a bit rubbish, do not buy. If you need a folder look for smaller wheels and better gears. If you want an alright cheap bike, get the Carrera Axle deal that's around at the moment.

CampGareth9 h, 20 m ago

I have to agree that it'll be pretty unpleasant to ride, but it'll get you …I have to agree that it'll be pretty unpleasant to ride, but it'll get you there. I've got a similar spec thing that I picked up second hand for £70. It started with six gears but now has 1-3 and 6 (I seem unable to adjust it to bring everything back into line). The gear range isn't wide enough on mine and this one doesn't seem easy either, bottom gear at 70rpm gets you 7mph, top gear at 70rpm gets you 14mph. It's also heavy and is more of a bike that can fit in a car boot than one you could take on the train with you.


Interesting story - but since no one knows what you're taking about.......................................
Edited by: "Besford" 1st Jan

I have to agree that it'll be pretty unpleasant to ride, but it'll get you there. I've got a similar spec thing that I picked up second hand for £70. It started with six gears but now has 1-3 and 6 (I seem unable to adjust it to bring everything back into line). The gear range isn't wide enough on mine and this one doesn't seem easy either, bottom gear at 70rpm gets you 7mph, top gear at 70rpm gets you 14mph. It's also heavy and is more of a bike that can fit in a car boot than one you could take on the train with you.

Buy this quick!

In one and a half hours this will be last year's model
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Louis Garneau Carbon LS-100 II Road Shoe at Evans Cycles for £65.99
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Found 24th Dec 2017Found 24th Dec 2017
Seems like a decent price for carbon soled road shoes with Boa micro adjustment.

skgwho3 h, 50 m ago

Are they any different to road bike ones (other than the recessed cleats)?


In the photo posted above:


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Road bike shoes on the left, these with Shimano cleats (that only fit shimano pedals). Mountain bike ones on the right with the smaller mtb cleat that works with an mtb pedal.

You can fit mtb pedals onto a road bike and use the mtb shoes + cleats. Mtb shoes/cleats are a bit heavier.
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skgwho2 h, 16 m ago

Are they any different to road bike ones (other than the recessed cleats)?



skgwho2 h, 16 m ago

Are they any different to road bike ones (other than the recessed cleats)?


Road style shoes are generally three bolt fixing with exposed cleats be they Shimano, Look etc.
Mountain bike style shoes are generally two bolt fixing.

freezing7752 m ago

Mountain bike style with recessed cleats.[Image]


Are they any different to road bike ones (other than the recessed cleats)?

skgwho4 h, 38 m ago

Haha I do but prefer that walk on ducks. Know any which allow you to walk …Haha I do but prefer that walk on ducks. Know any which allow you to walk a bit better?


Mountain bike style with recessed cleats.32906465-8FDFQ.jpg

freezing771 h, 7 m ago

Only if you have a proclivity to walk like a duck. Like all road bike …Only if you have a proclivity to walk like a duck. Like all road bike shoes with exposed cleats they are rather less than optimal for walking in, even with cleat covers fitted.


Haha I do but prefer that walk on ducks. Know any which allow you to walk a bit better?
FWE Coldharbour Thermal Padded Bib Tights £30 @ Evans cycles (was £69.99)
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Was looking for some tights and found these. They look decent and very reasonably priced. May be useful to someone else. Quidco and tcb too.

My grandmother would have loved these. She used to hike my tights up to my chin in the winter

boostii3 m ago

How do you have a wee in this?


...relax the bladder...?

How do you have a wee in this?

Thanks op, needed to replace my cheap aldi long bib that have worn out after only 3000 miles LOL
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grantwomack37 m ago

They have good reviews and all sizes in stock - what a rarity! Thanks OP!


I think fwe are Evans own brand, like dhb is for wiggle .
quality still goo
Specialized women's lodown MTB cycling glove only £3.99 L or XL @ Evans cycles free C&C to store
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The key to the success of the LoDown Women's Glove by Specialized is the fit. The LifeLine palm construction fully optimises the hand-to-bar interface providing maximum control on … Read more
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only1shaks15 m ago

Hi... are they true too size?


Spec gloves are usually small fi
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 13th Dec 2017

Hi... are they true too size?

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Bagged a pair of these summer gloves for £8 in M and XL
now only a small left
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Castelli Team Sky Pro Fit Light Rain Jacket - £69.99 @ Evans Cycles
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Found 2nd Dec 2017Found 2nd Dec 2017
Reduced from £175 to £69.99. Closest I have managed to find on wiggle.co.uk for £87.49. There are also other clothing on clearance available on evans. I hope you find something u… Read more
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Comes with a little discreet pocket for all your anti asthma drugs. Jersey of " champions "

Great fancy dress idea for NY eve. Just need a nice pair of budgie smugglers and I'm good to go. Thanks OP.
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Ale R-EV1 Rumbles Short Sleeve Jersey - £32.99 - 70% off, was £110 - Evans Cycles
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Cracking price on a nice Cycling jersey. At time of posting available in black/blue in S M L XL & XXL Ale’s high-end line: the Ale R-EV1 Rumbles Short Sleeve Jersey is ideal … Read more

VERY thin material. Only really suitable for 20c + temperatures - and how many of those do we get a year!! Will return.

Cheers, bought one as a Christmas prezzie.

Never heard of this make but looks good and colour matches my bike so worth a punt! Cheers OP.

all gone in my size, but good offer, have now bought other things in their sale.
Endura Windchill II Jacket Green High Viz reduced to £26.99 from £89,99 Evans Cycles
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Found 30th Nov 2017Found 30th Nov 2017
Available in S, XL and XXL

The.Crew.Designs30th Nov

My mind anything a bit bright is good and better than the current trend of …My mind anything a bit bright is good and better than the current trend of wearing all black on bikes Been cycling for many years and no one would ever think of wearing black on the roads but they do now. Not sure if they think its cool or what but in my opinion they are gambling with their lives. You would not see anyone else on roads either road workers, RAC police etc on main roads in black.But you are right nothing is 100% and you could be lit like a neon sign and still some drivers would not see you or more likely not care to see you



Black is likely better in the day time or when it's bright. It's about contrast against the background. I read there was some research indicating black is better in the day than high viz.

Also lights are likely more useful, and don't make you look ridiculous.

I do like the look of the Proviz silver jackets though. They're more reflective, and not fugly like the typical the yellow high viz

Besford1 h, 10 m ago

Probably a good item but if it wasn't aimed at cyclists it would only be …Probably a good item but if it wasn't aimed at cyclists it would only be £26.99 in the first place - cyclists are treated like mugs, and respond appropriately!



Yep something cycling at £100 to it

Probably a good item but if it wasn't aimed at cyclists it would only be £26.99 in the first place - cyclists are treated like mugs, and respond appropriately!

mcrobbj26 m ago

Thats debatable as these things only really work dawn to dusk. You need …Thats debatable as these things only really work dawn to dusk. You need something more like provviz. Even then some drivers seem blind to cyclists.



My mind anything a bit bright is good and better than the current trend of wearing all black on bikes Been cycling for many years and no one would ever think of wearing black on the roads but they do now. Not sure if they think its cool or what but in my opinion they are gambling with their lives. You would not see anyone else on roads either road workers, RAC police etc on main roads in black.

But you are right nothing is 100% and you could be lit like a neon sign and still some drivers would not see you or more likely not care to see you

The.Crew.Designs44 m ago

Or might keep you alive as people can see you on the road


Thats debatable as these things only really work dawn to dusk. You need something more like provviz. Even then some drivers seem blind to cyclists.
Endura cycling sunglasses Mullet Light Reactive lense £19.99 & Snapper II £14.99 & others @ evans cycles Free C&C to store
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Found 24th Nov 2017Found 24th Nov 2017
Some good deals on glasses £20 from £60 4 or 5 styles, some colours to choose from too although the mullet only come in Orange free delivery on £20 spend
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Martyn_-104612594548744738 m ago

Mullet ones only orange colour showing for £20


yeah i spotted that after posting. a shame

Mullet ones only orange colour showing for £20

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12 hot votes and cold, some idjuts on hukd,
i posted another deal for BOGOF on evans Ride It events sportives for mtb'ers, roa Mamils and cross riders

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Evans Cycles RIDE IT Events BOGOF Buy one get one free road, mtb cross Cycling sportive (usually £22 an event, so £11) + free high5 gift
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Found 24th Nov 2017Found 24th Nov 2017
Use code ride2for1 can be used to enter 2 separate dates or to buy 2 tickets for one event i.e. Friend rides free. Events are usually circa £22, so £11 each, routes are signposte… Read more
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They even have them up in Scotland. I did the Cambridge version this year & it was a pretty decent set up. It was significantly better than "Bike Events" but don't rely on each feed station having what it is advertised to have (only the first had gels, the rest ran out & the 3rd feed station didn't have a track pump as it was taken by car to help someone out). RideLondon 100 was still by far the best!

Not always easy to motivate yourself to get out in the cold weather so entering stuff like this is a good way to give yourself a target. Heat

whatyadoinsucka5 m ago

Mainly the south and midlands, but up north we get Rochdale, Peak District …Mainly the south and midlands, but up north we get Rochdale, Peak District and Leeds.wales have a couple too..been two years running to the Rochdale one end of January, it is truely horrendous weather (snow, sleet, hailstones,rivers, windy, cold, wet, sun out), but I've signed up again..


That's the spirit! Get out there anyway

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te7218 m ago

Never seen Evans events before, thanks


Mainly the south and midlands, but up north we get Rochdale, Peak District and Leeds.
wales have a couple too..

been two years running to the Rochdale one end of January, it is truely horrendous weather (snow, sleet, hailstones,rivers, windy, cold, wet, sun out), but I've signed up again..

Never seen Evans events before, thanks
Endura MTR (mountain bike Race) shorts Navy/Orange now £29.99 S,M,Xl,XXL @ Evans cycles
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Great shorts, gutted they have no large, great fit shorts with stretch panels in a slim cut,next cheapest £52, they can be used with bibshorts or a padded liner like the hummvee o… Read more
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+1 for sizing up. I'm normally an L (34/36) & have XL Humvees & still need to open the pocket zips when cycling to get a bit more flexibility. My MT500s are similar

The sizing is rubbish, I have the large size on and I am 34 inch waist. As many of the comments say size up.

robs11 h, 21 m ago

IF the fit is the same as the Humvee, you probably want to go a larger …IF the fit is the same as the Humvee, you probably want to go a larger size than normal. I am a 30 waist and Medium was too small, I went for large and fitted much better for me. With a 'slim cut', I would think this even more so!



Got to smile @ cycling sizing...

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Willzzz9 m ago

Really? I'm a 33 waist and medium fits great in both my pairs of Hummvee.


Yeah I wear a large in both styles, the hummvee if anything have the tighter waist, jeans im a 34, suit trousers a 36

Really? I'm a 33 waist and medium fits great in both my pairs of Hummvee.
Specialized DEFLECT CYCLING GLOVE Yellow or Black XS,S,M,L,XL,XXL £13.99 @ evans cycles (MTB
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click and collect to local store or free delivery.. these are made with a windstopper style material and keep hands warm down to 5 degrees, perfect for autumn spring off road mtb r… Read more
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Hi, great deal....how did you get free delivery though ?

thanks

whatyadoinsucka4 h, 36 m ago

They are a branded cycling specific gloves, gloves can easily cost upto …They are a branded cycling specific gloves, gloves can easily cost upto £40-50,£14 is nearly 3 beers in my local pub, and I live up north i have the season before's in this style and they are perfect for spring and autumn and colder summer days, I also wear them in winter when dry as the windstopper material keeps your hands warm, when very cold and wet you'll need a proper winter glove, as always depends what you ride and how often.If you want a good quality cheap cycle glove lidl and Aldi have done some great 'endura' copies



i just need some cheap ones for the cold winter wind, these look good but i wouldn't use them much

There's so many people I wish I could MAKE sit on this bicycle. This deal gets me one step closer to making it happen

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I've bought the SealSkinz Women's Highland XP Glove because it seems as if it might keep my fingers warm in winter.
Cannondale Contro 2 (2016) hybrid bike RRP 1500, now for £750  + £100 worth of free clothing @ Evans cycles
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So it's last year's model that they're getting rid of, but it's half its RRP, it has disc brakes, hub gears and a lefty fork. Also comes with the rack as standard. The specs re… Read more
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wild_quinine25th Aug

I disagree. Your assumed equivalence between cycles and cars is begging …I disagree. Your assumed equivalence between cycles and cars is begging the question. I think cycles shoulld be punished for crimes and violations of the highway code. I don't think cycling and driving are the same thing, and I'm not convinced it makes sense to take away a driving license for something not related to driving.Yes, cycles are covered by the highway code. So are pedestrians. Do you think driving licenses should be taken away for drunk and disorderly offences? Don't get me wrong, nobody is saying those offences shouldn't be punished. Just.., removing a driving license seems kind of unrelated. What about loitering on a crossing while drunk. That's a strict violation of the highway code. Think you should lose your driving license for it?What about being fall over drunk on a bus? Lose your driving license for it?What about puking in a taxi? Nobody is arguing any of these things are right, or shouldn't be punished. Cycling and driving are different activities, they have different risk profiles, in general different laws apply to them. I don't think cross pollentation of punishments immediately makes sense. I'm open to be convinced, but if the best you've got is suggesting that I'm in favour of drunk driving because I don't agree with a very specific interpretation of how to punish drunk cyclists, I can't help you.


I understand where you're coming from, but...

I don't think walking (being a pedestrian) is the same as cycling why? Cause you can walk outside the road, if you walk on the road on the other hand...

I think if you are drunk and going walking in the middle of the road, you clearly have no idea of the highway code and you put people's life in danger (I am deliberately not touching the aspect of putting your own life in danger, let's say that's your own problem)

So why hold a license if you clearly do not know the code? My reasoning here it's a bit rough around the edges, I know.

Please note I started this from the observation that this is how Germans do it (when cycling and caught drunk).

Not sure what happens in the UK if a cyclist is caught cycling and drinking... Defientely a cyclist can also kill. So can a drunk pedestrian, just by not walking straight, he could push someone in front of the bus.

There a lot os scope for discussion

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MaximusRo22 h, 51 m ago

You should be banned from driving as you violate the road code. What you …You should be banned from driving as you violate the road code. What you said is similar to "I am a pro driver, why should I be banned from drivi g cause I was dri king?"




I disagree. Your assumed equivalence between cycles and cars is begging the question.

I think cycles shoulld be punished for crimes and violations of the highway code.

I don't think cycling and driving are the same thing, and I'm not convinced it makes sense to take away a driving license for something not related to driving.

Yes, cycles are covered by the highway code. So are pedestrians.

Do you think driving licenses should be taken away for drunk and disorderly offences?

Don't get me wrong, nobody is saying those offences shouldn't be punished. Just.., removing a driving license seems kind of unrelated.

What about loitering on a crossing while drunk. That's a strict violation of the highway code. Think you should lose your driving license for it?

What about being fall over drunk on a bus? Lose your driving license for it?

What about puking in a taxi?

Nobody is arguing any of these things are right, or shouldn't be punished.

Cycling and driving are different activities, they have different risk profiles, in general different laws apply to them. I don't think cross pollentation of punishments immediately makes sense.

I'm open to be convinced, but if the best you've got is suggesting that I'm in favour of drunk driving because I don't agree with a very specific interpretation of how to punish drunk cyclists, I can't help you.

wild_quinine23rd Aug

You shouldn't be punished for risking your own life. You should be …You shouldn't be punished for risking your own life. You should be punished for risking other people's. Which is the case with drink cycling, don't get me wrong. Although the risk ratios are definitely different to driving, it's not like you can't maim or kill on a bike.That said, I'm personally a bit uncomfortable with the idea of being banned from driving for an activity that doesn't involve driving, even a dangerous activity.


You should be banned from driving as you violate the road code. What you said is similar to "I am a pro driver, why should I be banned from drivi g cause I was dri king?"

wild_quinine1 h, 2 m ago

You shouldn't be punished for risking your own life. You should be …You shouldn't be punished for risking your own life. You should be punished for risking other people's. Which is the case with drink cycling, don't get me wrong. Although the risk ratios are definitely different to driving, it's not like you can't maim or kill on a bike.That said, I'm personally a bit uncomfortable with the idea of being banned from driving for an activity that doesn't involve driving, even a dangerous activity.


Agreed.

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andreasuk1 h, 21 m ago

So you should.But if you don't have one you don't risk anything?..(apart …So you should.But if you don't have one you don't risk anything?..(apart from your life)


You shouldn't be punished for risking your own life. You should be punished for risking other people's.

Which is the case with drink cycling, don't get me wrong. Although the risk ratios are definitely different to driving, it's not like you can't maim or kill on a bike.

That said, I'm personally a bit uncomfortable with the idea of being banned from driving for an activity that doesn't involve driving, even a dangerous activity.
specialized ridge glove MTB mountain bike gloves S-XXL (Black or Red) only £13.99 @ evans cycles
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a good glove for offroad riding in spring,summer,autumn. padding on palm. i'd say go up a size, if you want some slightly warmers ones the https://www.evanscycles.com/specialize… Read more
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Good spot. Agree on the sizing. I'm large with most brands and XL in specialized.
Amex offer: Evans Cycles spend £100.00 or more, get £20 back - INSTORE ONLY
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Evans Cycles - INSTORE ONLY Spend £100 or more, get £20 back Save to Card to get a £20 statement credit on spend of £100+ in-store at Evans Cycles by 17 August 2017. Valid once p… Read more
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Evans Cycles don't take Amex!?


EDIT: Apparently they do in store now, but still don't online.
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£15 for me too

£15 for me

£15 for me 2
BMC Sportelite Alivio 2016 Mountain Bike £465 @ evans cycles
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Frame XC Hardtail Alloy Fork SR Suntour XCM Lockout 100mm Front Derailleur Shimano Acera FD-M390 Rear Derailleur Shimano Alivio RD-M4000 Number of Gears 27 Shifters Shimano Alivio … Read more
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It looks competent just doesn't justify the price. £350 or less would be a good price, less than £300 an excellent one but I guess you are paying for the chinese and taiwanese components to be assembled in Switzerland. Such companies can't really afford to be competitive at these sort of price points.

Biggushlong

Well seems like it's now a slagging site...I thought It was a deal site. … Well seems like it's now a slagging site...I thought It was a deal site. So Thanks for posting! Should help someone £3,500 short of a £4k bike! NB £625 RRP


The deal isn't that good. The RRP is trumped up with a fake "slashed" price.
It's not elitism, it's that the components are pretty low end and don't justify the price tag.

I'd keep searching.

Well seems like it's now a slagging site...I thought It was a deal site. So Thanks for posting! Should help someone £3,500 short of a £4k bike! NB £625 RRP

Still more than I would pay second rate front and rear mech rubbish fork and 13.74 kg

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Osprey Flap Jack 20L Courier Bag - Orange Only At This Price - £19.99 C&C or £1.99 Cheapest Delivery - £30 saving @ Evans
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This deal is for the orange version only so not to everyone's tastes but trust me these are quality bags. Did a quick search for delivery to store which is free and there seems to… Read more

sold out, got through to payment, and it emptied my basket, now only available in black at £64.99

damn looks like i missed out, nice spot

Good find.
Got plenty of bags but at this price and saving I'd be a fool not to. Or is that a 'fool to'?!!!

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Exactly same bag £60 at Wiggle - http://www.wiggle.co.uk/osprey-flap-jack-courier-bag/

£58.50 at Amazon - amazon.co.uk/Osp…rts
Overade Plixi folding cycle helmet, black or white usually ~£80 now £39.99 delivered from Evans Cycles
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PERFECT FOR BORIS BIKES IN LONDON! £80+ most places, this is a great deal, feel free to throw your <3 all over it. Complies with EN1078 European safety standards This … Read more
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cmncomp

helmets are hardly large heavy bulky items. is this solving a problem … helmets are hardly large heavy bulky items. is this solving a problem that isn't really there. my bag even has an elasticated helmet clip meaning I can get at it in a second. not fiddle around getting it out the bag a rebuilding it. I noticed you've speeded up your promo video.


Only sped it up to keep the filesize small - click on it and watch at normal speed.

For me this is ideal as I can keep a helmet in my bag at all times, despite only using a Boris bike rarely.
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helmets are hardly large heavy bulky items. is this solving a problem that isn't really there. my bag even has an elasticated helmet clip meaning I can get at it in a second. not fiddle around getting it out the bag a rebuilding it. I noticed you've speeded up your promo video.

dickie_engine

ditto. finger hovering over the button! Reviews suggest sizing/fit is a … ditto. finger hovering over the button! Reviews suggest sizing/fit is a bit hit and miss which is the only thing holding me back!


just get it bought.

mmuw

looks great. I want one as long as it doesn't implode my head on impact. … looks great. I want one as long as it doesn't implode my head on impact. but I still want one lol



ditto. finger hovering over the button! Reviews suggest sizing/fit is a bit hit and miss which is the only thing holding me back!