LIDL Massive offer - CYCLING  - All with low proces
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LIDL Massive offer - CYCLING - All with low proces

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Found 21st Mar 2013
Cycling Brothers and Sisters! Go to Lidl, and check what they got for you.
All kind of cycling accessories, clothes and tools. Prices for that quality just AMAZING.
More info on Lidl's website and in comments below.
Feel free to discus about quality and prices.

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Original Poster

I bought kick stand, Spray Cleaner, jersey, socks, Bike Basket. I like quality of most items from that offer, but already got it. Paid double, triple or more for similar stuff from other shops

This offer on for long or a single day event?

Original Poster

paulmist

This offer on for long or a single day event?



For the last item in store's stock. Usually 2-3 weeks, depend on product popularity.

Misleading title and image. Shirts are £6.99, plus this was posted a week ago.

Bought some bits this morning, can't complain bar the gloves were **&*)

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simplyjimbo

Misleading title and image. Shirts are £6.99, plus this was posted a week … Misleading title and image. Shirts are £6.99, plus this was posted a week ago.Bought some bits this morning, can't complain bar the gloves were **&*)



Better?
Btw, what is the point of posting product, before you can actually check it?

Original Poster

kickstand pic1
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Looks very solid, gonna see how it works.
Edited by: "wojtas_w" 21st Mar 2013

right I feel qualified to talk about this. as I've been cycling with lidl and aldi stuff all winter, in all weathers.

the things worth buying are: the jersey, the socks, the gilet and the base layers.
sizing is true to size. e.g. if you are a large in a t shirt, you are likely a large in the jersey and base layer. the quality of those particular items is as good as any other. the rest is a bit rubbish. the coat fell apart at the armpits in 2 months, and the shorts were saggy from the start. so....stick to those items and you won't go wrong. they have not got them advertised...but, if they have the arm and leg warmers, get those too, they are also very good quality. they might not do those till September though.

for other good value gear, Altura, dhb and Polaris are reasonably priced, AMD durable.

oh those 'good' items I've recommended also wash really, really well.

Original Poster

Judosteffer

oh those 'good' items I've recommended also wash really, really well.


yeah, smell this lidl.co.uk/cps…775 before you buy it... oO

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Judosteffer

right I feel qualified to talk about this. as I've been cycling with lidl … right I feel qualified to talk about this. as I've been cycling with lidl and aldi stuff all winter, in all weathers. the things worth buying are: the jersey, the socks, the gilet and the base layers. sizing is true to size. e.g. if you are a large in a t shirt, you are likely a large in the jersey and base layer. the quality of those particular items is as good as any other. the rest is a bit rubbish. the coat fell apart at the armpits in 2 months, and the shorts were saggy from the start. so....stick to those items and you won't go wrong. they have not got them advertised...but, if they have the arm and leg warmers, get those too, they are also very good quality. they might not do those till September though.for other good value gear, Altura, dhb and Polaris are reasonably priced, AMD durable.



I ride with mixed stuff from Lidl (Crivit), Specialized, Endura, SIS, Oxford, Campus, Trespass, Nike, Adidas, Gola.
Best - Endura, Specialized, Lidl.
Worst - Nike, Adidas.

3/4 length trousers are a good fit, so is the gilet. Oh socks seem to be nicely padded too. Gloves however not so perfectly stitched as velcro has come away on first try and a seam has split. Thankfully they are still tagged so will be going back for an exchange / refund.

The nearest store to myself didn't get much in which is surprising as Aldi always have loads.

I would like to know if any fellow lidl cycle gear wearers are any good on strava and have got into any top 10s, got any KOMs, or blown away any Assos wearing douchebags on their 3 grand carbon bikes while wearing Lidl gear? I know I have!

Original Poster

Socks tested, all day of cycling/walking.
Better than others, similar quality to Endura. WAY better than "sport" socks from Sport Direct.

Original Poster

Judosteffer

I would like to know if any fellow lidl cycle gear wearers are any good … I would like to know if any fellow lidl cycle gear wearers are any good on strava and have got into any top 10s, got any KOMs, or blown away any Assos wearing douchebags on their 3 grand carbon bikes while wearing Lidl gear? I know I have!


Yep. Equipment it's just a help to your endurance and strength.
There was a race in my home town. A pack of local businessmans with carbon road bikes for 3-4k each have been left far behind a girl from my school on a simple Giant. I think she is pro now.

wojtas_w

Yep. Equipment it's just a help to your endurance and strength.There was … Yep. Equipment it's just a help to your endurance and strength.There was a race in my home town. A pack of local businessmans with carbon road bikes for 3-4k each have been left far behind a girl from my school on a simple Giant. I think she is pro now.


I ride carbon and regularly kick the asses of those clad in lidl Aldi carp. Don't need to prove anything on strava. Ride with good kit at bargain prices on a carbon bike with good kit at bargain prices.

I've been commuting for 3 years and some of my Lidl tops have stood the test of time! Most stuff is great value and good quality for those who aren't fussed about brand names.

My only gripe is all the stock goes in the first few days so you're just left with L, XL, XXL, XXXL etc.

I disagree with the comments about the shorts. I find they always fit well.

Some of the materials wear quickly but the length they last is still good value compared to the branded items.

Their summer gloves are ok for occasional riders but not good enough for regular use.

Bought the jersey, base layer and socks today, quality is amazing for so little money. I have some pricy specialized jerseys and these are easily as good. In fact, I am beginning to wonder if the lidl jerseys are all made in the same factory as other brands, they all have the same ykk zips, and the material feels identical to other jerseys.
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