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Diamondback Scree 1.0 Mountain Bike, £269.60 delivered from GoOutdoors
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Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Summary
  1. Found 21st Sep
Lots of positive reviews, any opinion will be well received. Sizes 14-22 available. A tough alloy-framed bike that's an ideal starter for the world of mountain biking.The Diamond… Read more

TargetRenegade3 h, 20 m ago

Beware. This bike is very poor quality. My son had one for about 4 months …Beware. This bike is very poor quality. My son had one for about 4 months and the rear quick release snapped in the hub. GO were useless and tried to blame my son for the issue. Raleigh acknowledged that is was a manufacturing fault and refunded in full.


That's pretty much what happens normally when you use a freewheel on a mountain bike. If its a solid unhardened axle its likely to bend but if you put a hardened hollow axle and quick release they are more brittle and more likely to break. If you look at the freewheel hub at the bottom and the red circles that is how the bearings are spaced and then look at the wider bearings on the freehub above.

That area marked as 'spacer' on the bottom freewheel is under huge pressure to bend on the left side if you use such a bike for drops or just a heavy rider and that's exactly where it looks like your axle and quick release has broken within that area. Perfectly normal when you use a freewheel on a mountain bike and actually use that bike off road with jumps etc. When you fit a freewheel to a mountain bike it is more a mountain bike style bike rather than mountain bike. In the old days when there was no freehubs, freewheels could be a lot stronger as they were used on quite premium bikes but nowadays freewheels are entry level only. They are fit for purpose although not great on a road bike but they are completely wrong on a mountain bike.

I suspect Raleigh knew immediately what the issue was but didn't want to admit the bike wasn't really a mountain bike because it was compromised by unsuitable and weak components. Probably most customers don't use it off road or give it the abuse that would create an issue. The extra strength is only one advantage a cassette and freehub has over a freewheel there are many more.

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Thanks for your help people. Really useful info. Will look into those bikes

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Beware. This bike is very poor quality. My son had one for about 4 months and the rear quick release snapped in the hub. GO were useless and tried to blame my son for the issue. Raleigh acknowledged that is was a manufacturing fault and refunded in full.

Original Poster

mattster12 h, 24 m ago

Any better deals you could recommend. It would probably be for casual use …Any better deals you could recommend. It would probably be for casual use for myself off road and on road.


second to that, casual rider here, on and off road, would voodoo marasa be to much ?
Edited by: "zed68" 22nd Sep
Up to Half Price on Rab clothing - Go Outdoors
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Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
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  1. Found 19th Sep
In store and online. Go Outdoors discount card required.

Thanks. Bought the VapourRise Guide trousers.

dealowl20147 h, 40 m ago

Order online then you don't need a discount card and still get the cheap …Order online then you don't need a discount card and still get the cheap prices

Thought it asked you for the code from the discount card online! Will try again next time I order. STILL WANT A FREE DISCOUNT CARD

Bit misleading, as there are only 9 items in that selection - the rest of their Rab selection is still at the usual prices

good price on the Exodus jacket for £70 delivery..heat added!!!
thanks OP

guttediam25 m ago

I WANT I WANT A FREE DISCOUNT CARD! Grrrrrrrr


Order online then you don't need a discount card and still get the cheap prices

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Kona Hahanna Mountain Bike £325 @ Go outdoors
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Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
Summary
  1. Found 16th Aug
Seems a good price for a kona bike Frame:Kona 6061 Aluminum ButtedFork:Suntour XCTNo. of Gears:24Gear Details:Shimano AltusGear Shifters:Shimano EZ FireFront Derailleur:Shimano A… Read more

A Kona Hahanna, what a wonderful phrase... A Kona Hahanna, ain't no passing craze...

Altus... bad components. Terrible forks...

Not worth £300 I am afraid, voted cold.

mirko777 h, 32 m ago

Fork and brakes are pretty bad, not sure if it is worth even at that …Fork and brakes are pretty bad, not sure if it is worth even at that price... Not voting



TRUE that! The components are shocking. Will give the bike (not voting) a miss

Fork and brakes are pretty bad, not sure if it is worth even at that price... Not voting

fatreg12 h, 11 m ago

Kona had brilliant names back in the day, King Kikapu, xplosif, Jake the …Kona had brilliant names back in the day, King Kikapu, xplosif, Jake the snake, are a few that spring to mind.


Stinky, Stinky deluxe
[Milton Keynes] Go Outdoors Discount Card is free until September
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Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
Summary
  1. Found 11th Aug
The Milton Keynes store is running a promotion where you can register and get a free discount card (it costs £5 otherwise) - this will give you automatic 10% discount and price mat… Read more

Nice find!

hi welcome to the club
and many tanks for the post

Sounds decent, cant see it online, but well worth dropping into the store if you are passing to see.

tauntonleisure.com have a sale on, so some good price matching opportunities there.

Really hope this is national!
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Upto 60% Off At Go outdoors
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Found 28th JulFound 28th Jul
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  1. Found 28th Jul
Upto 60% off. Set 1-10 rock climbing nuts for £39!! Bargain and plenty other stuff.

Danjw91

Set 1-10 rock climbing nuts for £39!!



I'd very definitely need a new set of nuts to go rock climbing too.

it's a needle in a haystack job.There are some great deals but they involve trawling the poor website and then finding if your size is still available!

Original Poster

DrJogalog5 m ago

I read through the booklet they send out. I don't see any considerable …I read through the booklet they send out. I don't see any considerable savings on anything. As usual.




There is quite a few good stuff. Depending on what you want or do.

I read through the booklet they send out. I don't see any considerable savings on anything. As usual.
Calor patio gas refill 13kg £28.79 plus £5 membership @ Go Outdoors instore
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Found 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Summary
  1. Found 27th Jul
I appreciate a little late in the 'BBQ' season given the tailing off of the hot weather... but might be useful if getting the patio heaters out I had an old Calor gas canister tha… Read more

Never shopped at Go Outdoors before. I get the £28.79 price with a discount card or £33.79 if you haven't (i.e. + £5 to buy a discount card) but is it possible to shop there without the card (i.e. buy it at the advertised Retail Price which says £31.99)?

I have no intention of shopping there again so this seems like the cheapest option for me but the discount card FAQs has a question saying "Why do I need a discount card to shop with you?". This to me suggests you have to have a card to shop there.

daveo783 h, 29 m ago

This is the first time I exchanged myself and I have the contract …This is the first time I exchanged myself and I have the contract somewhere but didn't find in time to take with. They didn't ask to see it - and I had a sneaky peak and didn't see a directive in their "bar-code" book to check it either.

Thank you 🏻

Original Poster

Harry_Potter29th Jul

Do you need an original Calor gas receipt for an exchange? I don't have a …Do you need an original Calor gas receipt for an exchange? I don't have a receipt. I normally go to my local farm shop but this is cheaper



This is the first time I exchanged myself and I have the contract somewhere but didn't find in time to take with. They didn't ask to see it - and I had a sneaky peak and didn't see a directive in their "bar-code" book to check it either.

Do you need an original Calor gas receipt for an exchange?
I don't have a receipt. I normally go to my local farm shop but this is cheaper

All year for us!
Gampingaz Bistro 300 stove with 4 cannisters bundle £30.00 at Go Outdoors - collect in store (postage £4.95)
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Found 26th JulFound 26th Jul
Summary
  1. Found 26th Jul
This stove seems to have improved recently judging by reviews. If you go the the page in the deal, half way dwn on the right is a "bundle" option. Normally the stove is £39.99 then… Read more

Original Poster

How am is Muppet???

I think you answer your own question.
As for this deal, hukd has a habit of people saying, "but this different item is cheaper". Which may be nice to know, but is irrelevant when commenting on a deal.

Here's a watch for £100. But I can buy a watch for under a fiver. So What? Can you buy this cheaper elsewhere?
Edited by: "graybags" 31st Jul

graybags27th Jul

So getting 4 of them free would obviously be a nightmare.Muppett

How am is Muppet?

Millets do the regular style campingaz brand stove for £10, the gas bottles for it are 4 for £5.

You're paying twice as much for what exactly?

Who's the Muppet?

Paying 4x the cost of the Halford's cooker which looks more stable & gets better reviews (although is only 2400W compared to 2600W), even "free" cartridges included with a £30 cooker are expensive compared to 4 for £5 making £12.50 in total at Halfords (or £11.50 in total if you can be bothered going to buy the gas at B&M).

hotukdeals.com/dea…202

bmstores.co.uk/pro…534
Edited by: "ibiza" 30th Jul

Original Poster

you_gotta_be_kidding21 h, 51 m ago

Gas bottles for these are 4 times more than the regular stoves which can …Gas bottles for these are 4 times more than the regular stoves which can be got for £10. Sure it's compact and looks nice but I'd rather save the money

So getting 4 of them free would obviously be a nightmare.

Muppett

Gas bottles for these are 4 times more than the regular stoves which can be got for £10. Sure it's compact and looks nice but I'd rather save the money
Bossnut calibre v2 £999 @ Go outdoors
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Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
Summary
  1. Found 19th Jul
Looks on great bike for the money Full suspension bike.

Plenty of 30.9mm dropper posts out there , also comparing a £2000rrp GT bike to the Bossnut is a bit odd although with the sale price it's a decent spec bike and you would clearly get it over the Bossnut.

joncbloomfield

I don't usually comment but the gt is not as good as the bossnut in fact … I don't usually comment but the gt is not as good as the bossnut in fact I would say the gt is a budget bike and the bossnut is a mid level.


Compare bossnut to halfords boardman range , just don,t get confused by the cheaper 699 GT comp model ??
wiggle.co.uk/gt-…t=0

????? "great outdoors price point bikes for the masses like halfords" both are serious entry level full suspension bikes, gt has the better slx & xt gear components with the more durable slx hubs + next level up deore brakes, F&R shocks are fox or rockshox with comparable performance so riders preference really, seatpost on gt is 31.6 so more choices when upgrading to a dropper, addon resale value and the GT branding wins hands down.making the extra £35 worthwhile.
Edited by: "choices" 22nd Jul

Original Poster

Thank you for opinion!!!

Had the V1 for over a year, Got it through cyclescheme and paid £650......What a bike for the money! I've abused the **** out of this on trails and jumps with only having to tighten the pivot bolts in over a year.

Go outdoors pumped millions into they're bicycle development and its paid off, Ive ridden many full suss MTB's and this ticks every box for under a grand, Only downside is lack of ability to install a dropper post but I've managed to live with that.

I've not even changed the tyres this MTB's tha good!

Decathlon for price to performance £699
decathlon.co.uk/roc…tml
Edited by: "Maverick85" 21st Jul
Coleman Event Shelter PRO 14x14 @ £115 from Go Outdoors (online & instore)
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Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
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  1. Found 18th Jul
Just been looking to get one of these and found this random deal from Go Outdoors. They also have sidewall (£17.50) and door panels (£22.50) on offer as well. I picked up one of ea… Read more

wanye

been eyeing these up for a while and waiting for them to drop in … been eyeing these up for a while and waiting for them to drop in price.now i just need a decent sized inflatable tent for under £300, and i'm all set for next years camping trips!



hotukdeals.com/dea…701

Jimmycodfish

They wont likely cancel the order, just wont pay the cashback, if you … They wont likely cancel the order, just wont pay the cashback, if you used a voucher code.



Aaah, cool! I used the £10 off voucher instead of cashback

Original Poster

chasb73

What do you mean? Worried now that they're going to cancel my order!



So glad peeps have found this useful... I always forget to mention cashback. I actually used Quidco for 7% which tracked straight away at £7.75... Have fun

Ordered, great deal

been eyeing these up for a while and waiting for them to drop in price.

now i just need a decent sized inflatable tent for under £300, and i'm all set for next years camping trips!
2 Man Freedom Trail Tent ⛺️ - £12.50 (free C+C) @ GO OUTDOORS!
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Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
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  1. Found 16th Jul
Great deal for a 2 man tent. Whether it be camping, festivals or just for the kids in the garden.

I'll give it this, at 1.8kg it's extremely light.

I have a cheap single-skinned Argos tent I've used many times for festivals. The place where it has leaked in heavy rain is where the groundsheet meets the flysheet. A way round that is to seam seal it: you can do this cheaply by painting the seams with a 50/50 mix of white spirit and household silicone sealant.

Redbu11

I've just ordered this 4 man for a couple of quid extra: … I've just ordered this 4 man for a couple of quid extra: https://www.tesco.com/direct/tesco-4-man-tent-with-porch/657-2397.prd?skuId=657-2397



Link does not work

This tent will be useless if it rains.

jameshvc43 m ago

What does "free C+C" mean? Standard delivery is £4.95.


Free click and collect.
i.e. collect from store.

What does "free C+C" mean? Standard delivery is £4.95.
Weber one touch premium kettle BBQ 57cm only £169.99 to card holders (£5 a year) possible 7.35% topcashback too!  @Go Outdoors
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Found 7th JulFound 7th Jul
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  1. Found 7th Jul
A simple-to-use charcoal BBQ with an inbuilt thermometer and Weber's 'One-Touch' cleaning system. Boasting 369 square inches of cooking space, the Weber Original Kettle consists o… Read more

chimp14uk

What a con, having to have a card.



Well save your self the fiver and pay more for it else where (_;)

Original Poster

chimp14uk

What a con, having to have a card.



Even if you get the card £5 a year it's still the lowest price! People who appreciate quality would know how good these BBQ's are

What a con, having to have a card.
Discount Tented. 8 man Inflatable tent that won't let you down. £310.00. @ Go Outdoors
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Found 5th JulFound 5th Jul
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  1. Found 5th Jul
This is a large tent (I have this tent). 2 bedrooms and a central living (dumping) area. The best bit is that it's got inflatable supports (Not the carbon rods to shove through loo… Read more

Original Poster

Well physics says that the gas will expand and contract in different temperatures. 34 degrees in a day if a little unusual, I think you'll agree. However the pump will still work and with 3 chambers to top up, it might cost you a minute in such circumstances.

I heard you have to mess about regulating the pressure in the air beams depending on the temperature. Is that true as last year in the Cairngorns (in August,) we had temps ranging from -1c to 33c in our tent?
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 5th Jul

Original Poster

You are quite right. If you're not a member of their paid club, it'll be an extra fiver - to join their paid club.
I know. Dreadful isn't it?

It's only the headline price if you're a member of their [paid] club.

Original Poster

I avoided using the Shakespeare quote as it has been well used before. It's at Go Outdoors.
GoSystem Dynasty Compact II Camping Stove £10 @ go-outdoors INSTORE cnc
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Found 4th JulFound 4th Jul
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  1. Found 4th Jul
Decent little portable stove for not a lot of money. Sleek, compact and easy to use, the GoSystem Dynasty Compact II Stove has a no-fuss Piezo one turn ignition system and a fully… Read more

Got one works great!

Original Poster

yes

Does this requirer a Discount Card Op?
Vango Freedom 80 + 20 Rucksack - £60.25 delivered @ Go Outdoors
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Found 29th JunFound 29th Jun
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  1. Found 29th Jun
I was looking for a rucksack as off travelling later this year so spotted what I thought was a decent deal at Go Outdoors for the Vango Freedom 80 + 20 then spotted it later on htt… Read more

I'll try again tomorrow. it was a different representive I was dealing with. I have to order it online as there's no store near me.

Original Poster

Here is the reply I got. Took a copy to my local store an all good !

Hello,

Thank you for making a Price Match Plus enquiry with GO Outdoors.

I can confirm that your price challenge has been accepted and I am pleased to offer you the Vango Freedom 80 + 20 Rucksack at the Camping and Caravan price of £66.95 minus 10% meaning you will pay £60.25

To take advantage of this unbeatable price, please print this email and take it along with you to your local store when you go to purchase your product.

Please note, this offer is subject to availability and we always recommend calling your local store prior to visiting.

This offer is valid for 7 days, a valid discount card is required at the time of purchase and you are not able to use this offer in conjunction with any other promotion.

Congratulations on your successful price match and we look forward to seeing you in one of our stores soon.

Please do not hesitate to contact us should you have any further queries.


Regards,
Shannon
Customer Support Team Member
GO Outdoors Ltd
0330 008 1555

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Edited by: "litster" 29th Jun

litster

Did you fill in the online form on the Go Outdoors website ? … Did you fill in the online form on the Go Outdoors website ? http://m.gooutdoors.co.uk/price-guarantee



Yep, and this was their reply:

Thank you for taking the time to contact us regarding our Price Match Plus Guarantee.

Unfortunately, based on the information you have provided, I have been unable to confirm your Price Match.

The reason I have been unable to confirm is the two items are not the same model of the bag.

Thank you for making a Price Match enquiry, should you have another website you would like me to check, I would be more than happy to do so.

Tried it but unfortunately they said they couldnt confirm it was the same bag as it looks different in the picture on campingandcarvandirect.co.uk.

Looks like you got lucky!
compass northern folding bike £250 reduced to £125 at go outdoors
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Found 11th JunFound 11th Jun
Summary
  1. Found 11th Jun
An easy-riding foldable bike, designed for the occasional rider.The Compass Northern Folding Bike is simple to set up or pack away, and a pleasure to ride. The hi-tensile frame ha… Read more

wilf123412th Jun

Absolute junk that will put you off cycling for life after about 0.5miles. …Absolute junk that will put you off cycling for life after about 0.5miles. Far too heavy to be practical and very low quality components. Much better off looking second hand for a Dahon or Dawes that has been looked after by its owner.



Dawes are just chinese imports now some of basic quality. Quite a few issues with Dahon frame hinges and their Ford brand folding bikes are very basic and over-priced. Many Dahon bikes sold in Europe are manufactured/assembled by Max.com in bulgaria. I personally think you are better off looking at reviews then looking at the product itself for quality of welds on the frame and the components fitted. When you take that approach many Dahon's look very over-priced with tourney grade freewheels and gearing for twice as much as their competitors. You need to be wary of most top brands for their entry level models at least which are often very poor value.

I personally think some of the best value folding bikes are the Carrera range at Halfords or the Hoptown range from Decathlon but not the 2 steel Hoptowns below £200 they both look abysmal in quality.

For entry level folding bikes I think the 'bicycles4u' models are great value.

Absolute junk that will put you off cycling for life after about 0.5miles.

Far too heavy to be practical and very low quality components.

Much better off looking second hand for a Dahon or Dawes that has been looked after by its owner.

Edited by: "wilf1234" 12th Jun

For anyone who buys one, perhaps they could put the spec in a review on the site. Go outdoors don't exactly provide a generous amount of information. It would be useful for many I'm sure to know the maximum rider weight and more details on some of the components.

Also surely it should be listed at £130 for the bike if you have to pay a £5 membership card fee. I realise some may have the card already but the majority won't.

and it's pretty heavy. for it to be useful it should really be a max of £10-12kg
Merrell mens watreproof walking / hiking boots £65 RRP £130 Go outdoors
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Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
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  1. Found 6th Jun
Fully expect this to go cold with it being go outdoors BUT Merrell are a good brand for outdoor footwear and these are half price assuming you have a membership card. I picked a p… Read more

Original Poster

Well despite the temperature , I'm more than happy with my purchase, merrell are a great brand...

Should have posted some Karrimore / Trespass / regatta / high gear boots for a similar price ???

That's me told, glad I didn't buy any. X)

I have these and not really worth £65. Don't breath as well as some other boots and grip can be an issue. Decent enough ankle support and they do keep out the puddles but soak your feet in sweat.

I believe HH stands for "hydrostatic head" - it's a measument of the degree of 'waterproofness' (if that's actually a word) commonly used for tents and wet weather gear. 10, 000 is pretty high, but it doesn't take in to account breathability; a plastic bag would have a high HH but I wouldn't want to keep me feet in one all day long!

Hope that this helps.

HH is not steps in water :). This is what it is... Hydrostatic Head is the measure of how water resistant material is. It measures how tall a column of water the fabric can hold before water starts to seep through the weave. A Hydrostatic Head of 5000mm means that a fabric could hold a column of water that is 5000mm tall.
Victorinox   Explorer Swiss army knife £23 + 5 discount card @ Go outdoors
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Found 18th MayFound 18th May
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  1. Found 18th May
edit: turns out you need a £5 discount card for 12months membership I have one but as my wife got it I didn't know about the charge. or if you can wait 2 months it's same price o… Read more

"Discount Card Price" I assume you have to apply for a discount card, hopefully quick and simple (edit - apparently the discount card costs £5 a year but perhaps worth it). Seems to be the same price on Amazon but not in stock, shipping free if you have Prime.

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1 (click on '6 new from £23')

The pictures suggest they are different revisions of the same model. The magnifying glass frame in the Go Outdoors model looks like the one in my old Victorinox Swiss Champ, which unfortunately broke off (my fault, I should have oiled the hinge mechanism semi regularly, it seized up and the magnifying glasses housing snapped when I tried to prize it up with a screwdriver). Good price, either way.



Edited by: "Noclouds" 19th May
Compass norther folding bike 6 speed, was £169 now £125 with free delivery or c&c @ go outdoors
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  1. Found 17th May
OK it's not the lightest at 16kg but it does have a stronger steel frame that should last longer than aluminium frames which eventually suffer fatigue. Comes with a rack and mudgua… Read more

i can see the bike nerds have found this deal and are busy giving their 10p worth.

Its a cheap £125 folding bike............that it

BeatMaster

Any advice/recommendations on where to buy the motor and battery? Have … Any advice/recommendations on where to buy the motor and battery? Have you fitted it to any of the bikes mentioned in the thread? I've been tempted to do this, seems a nice little project.




http://eclipsebikes.com/index.php?cPath=26_27&osCsid=27595ef197e773f7b7650ee17ef032a1

I bought my battery from above and motor from ebay as the motor kits weren't in stock. They're about the only UK based retailer I've seen recommended any where.

Don't get from HK or china.

Theres a thread on google listing compatible bikes, but basically any standard sized bottom bracket is compatible.

You'll need some bike tools to remove the crank etc, and a soldering iron and heat shrink to connect battery to motor.

Bear in mind the kit and 48v battery will add around 8kg (for around 11ah battery) so negates some of the advantage of a folding bike (although you'll probably find with speed boost you can cycle 10+ miles without breaking a sweat). I went for a bike with hydraulic disc brakes as the extra weight is noticeable downhill.

Also buy a programming cable (mine was £10 or so from amazon) as you can them derestrict the motor, pump more amps through the controller and make it hell of a lot better than the (crap) stock configuration.

You can attach the electric brake levels and a gear sensor to help stop clunky changes and destroying your chain. I didn't bother, I programmed in a short delay so to change gear I stop pedalling, wait 1/4s then change gear, pedal slowly again to engage and then full throttle it. Nice and smooth even changing up hill.
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 18th May

stoopid_name

Any suggestions ? I see this at Halfords for £320 inc hub gears, rack, … Any suggestions ? I see this at Halfords for £320 inc hub gears, rack, guards at 14kg. On paper seems good value.



For anyone to make a sensible suggestion people would need to know more about you, what sort of riding you will be doing, will you be a fair weather or all weather cyclist, your weight and height, your strength/age and the importance to you of speed, exercise, reliability. Maybe a 3 speed hub would be ok for you or even ideal if you are a all weather cyclist. Maybe its for a commute and you have many hills in your area and need to arrive not to sweaty for work.

This Halfords model is lightweight appears to have a cassette based rear wheel and decent derailleur, this bodes well for long term use if you are a regular cyclist. It's not ideal if you are a all weather cyclist it means if you take the bike out in the rain you will need to regular service the drive train. Generally it looks like a great bike though. You have to remember with Halfords that they like to price high some of the time so they can do big discount promotions with big reductions so to me Halfords is a retailer best selecting your bike before hand and then playing the waiting game for a promotion. It's quite possible you can get that bike sub £300 at the best time. When I bought my Carrera Subway 8 it was £350 full price but I managed to get it down to about £266 after a 20% off offer plus online cashback, plus I got £80 of accessories thrown in as part of the offer. I chose accessories that were mainly discounted which fixed up another bike I had at the time because they allowed the purchase of bike spares too not just accessories. Always worth popping into any Halfords you come across on your travels to see if they have any individual store bargains too.

http://www.halfords.com/cycling/bikes/folding-bikes/carrera-intercity-folding-bike-blue

Other options;

https://www.decathlon.co.uk/tilt-500-folding-bike-blue-id_8352597.html

Everyone hates sportsdirect because of the way they treat staff but this is a nicely done aluminium frame bike with all weather nexus 7 hub for only £265 delivered.

sportsdirect.com/mud…023


Edited by: "bonzobanana" 18th May

jaydeeuk1

If you do i can highly recommend the bafang bbs02 48v 750w motor. Pair it … If you do i can highly recommend the bafang bbs02 48v 750w motor. Pair it up with a 30q battery to get best from it. Really simple to fit and easy to program to kick out 1500w, around Belper I find cars get in my way. Peddle nice and easy and I get 25-30mph, some effort 35mph+. Forget front hub based motors if you're wanting to zip up hills, they're rubbish on anything but flats.


Hmm, the BBS01 costs £320 with no battery, the 02's a little more than that. Seems expensive, but hub motor kits look to be maybe £50 cheaper and they couldn't be applied to a different bike afterwards. Given I paid £70 for the bike this is all getting a bit expensive ;P

QuantumInfo

how do you do that?


There are a few ways, but basically you need
1) motor, which could either be a hub motor at the centre of one of your wheels, or a 'mid drive' one that uses the chain just like you do.
2) Controller, turns battery power plus a throttle's input into something the motor can use
3) battery, for power storage.

Unfortunately there's no one size fits all approach here so do some research.
Burley Bee Bike Trailer £229 with code + up to 7% quidco.@ Go Outdoors
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  1. Found 2nd May
Use the code SAVE2017 to bring the price down from £249 to £229 This bike trailer for two children is by far the cheapest I have ever seen it. I have the Burley encore and my lit… Read more

do you know if there is any way to get delivery from this place?

iand123

My brother uses one of these to take his dog out



Does he sit in the back and get his dog to pull it

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My brother uses one of these to take his dog out

Original Poster

MyNameSucksBad

Whats the difference besides £200?



There are loads of differences, most of them the same sort of thing you get on a low end pram vs a high end one. The wheels come on/off so much easier, all the zips/velcro/ toggles are high quality and work properly. The seat is more comfortable for the little ones, big storage area in the back, pulls better.

I went to look at the halfords one and it was so disappointing. I actually ended up getting the model above the bee the burley encore and its one of the best things I have ever bought. The bee was £300 at the time though if I had been able to get it for £230 no way I would have paid the extra for the encore.

Quality bike trailers are not cheap and I have never seen one this cheap before. There are plenty on the market for £500+

Oh, you've edited your comment since I posted

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