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Deda Cork Ribbon Handlebar Tape £3 / £5.99 delivered Ribble Cycles
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Found 10th JanFound 10th Jan
Good reviews, with various colours available (some at £3.08).

It's not the greatest tape of all time (a bit rippy, leaves residue on the bars when removed), but it's available in lots of colours at a cheap price

Worst bar tape I ever fitted... I get its discounted but even at that price it's cold from me.

Delivery is £2.99 minimum.
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Shimano SLX M7000 hydraulic brake set £102.58 @ Ribble Cycles
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Found 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
I was looking for a set of brake pads for my M7000 brakes and came across this on Ribble which is an extremely good price. Front - £52.59 Rear - £49.99 Can be bought individually… Read more

Mark_A4th Jan

My YT Jeffsy came with Sram Guide R brakes, which I have yet to try, but …My YT Jeffsy came with Sram Guide R brakes, which I have yet to try, but have read they are not amazing. Would these be worth getting to replace the Guide R brakes and then sell them on ebay?



What brakes have you used in the past? The difficulty with a lot of bike parts is that it comes down to rider preference, some people don't like the quick grabby nature of the Shimanos and the new Guide brakes seem to have quite a few fans after Sram's rocky reputation with the Avids and DB's.

I have the inferior Sram DB5's that came with a bike and they're not great but on the other hand they work fine and it's a lot of hassle to replace them. I've got a set of SLX's ready to go on it and should really do it while that bike is on its winter break.

Very good brakes, can't go wrong for this price.

Great stoping power, had them on a jump bike, it was more then enough and then on trials bike for a while not the way to go duh, cost me about £140 at the time and then I laid my eyes on magura mt5 for like £160 and all I can say that i should have got magura from the get go... No way to compare them two, magura takes it all

For this price shimano is a good choise for a decent MTB

My YT Jeffsy came with Sram Guide R brakes, which I have yet to try, but have read they are not amazing. Would these be worth getting to replace the Guide R brakes and then sell them on ebay?

Yep the Xt m8000 are certainly great, they do look better than these slx but performanace will be similar , the XT M8020 with 4 piston calipers will be out soon ..
i nearly bought these slx but in the end paid an extra £25 for the Xt, main reason I have another pair of Xt and with a 2 year warranty if my original pair fail after 2 years I’ll use the new warranty

ive joined the hope tech 3 e4 hype for my latest bike build , cannot wait to try them
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2XU Womens X-Vent Front Zip Tri-suit size medium £26 delivered @ ribble cycles plus 2.1% TCB (rrp £116)
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Found 22nd Dec 2017Found 22nd Dec 2017
Womens X-Vent Front Zip Trisuit Sometimes, the simple act of letting go can help you achieve more than you ever imagined. Of course, you’ve got to put in the hard work, but when i… Read more
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Rex1116 m ago

Oh i know great find need to eat more turkey this Xmas


Lol - if it helps I'm a size 10 and these are small fitting- medium on me is snug.

Oh i know great find need to eat more turkey this Xmas

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Rex11121 m ago

Only medium


Yes as per title - sorry

Only medium
Continental GatorSkin Rigid Tyre - £18 / £20.99 delivered @ Ribble Cycles
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Found 17th Dec 2017Found 17th Dec 2017
Pretty self explanatory
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Pay the extra few quid. Get folding. Rigid are a nightmare.

Agree Durano’s are a great tyre. I use folding Durano Raceguard for winter bike. Puncture resistant and grippy in the wet.

Rich443 h, 34 m ago

Any good for general road use? We're very rural and always getting …Any good for general road use? We're very rural and always getting punctures


Wiggle Prime Armour folding tyres have a near full band I think. 317 grams weight in the 25mm.
Price has shot up but CRC currently have them them at the old price.
They look a near match to the Btwin Resist 9. Note that buying 2 likely misses the Quidco £2.50 cashback. 3 covers it. CRC deduct a large amount for postage from cashback values.

I use them on the rear wheel.
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 17th Dec 2017

xbox253 m ago

I’ve got giant defy 2015 Large model, anyone know which size I need? T …I’ve got giant defy 2015 Large model, anyone know which size I need? Thanks(embarrassed)


Check your current tyre. It should be 700c the other number is the width, which is up to you.

I’ve got giant defy 2015 Large model, anyone know which size I need? Thanks(embarrassed)
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R872 Ultegra £1199 @ Ribble cycles
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Found 14th Nov 2017Found 14th Nov 2017
Reduced from £1649.00. Great spec Black Friday Special Edition specification Matte Silver full carbon T1000/T800 frame and fork Vision Team 30 Wheelset with Continental Ultra… Read more

Great price for a superb carbon frame with the new Ultegra gruppo! I've had the old style R872 as a winter bike for the last couple of years and it's faster than my summer pinarello!
Ribble Sportive Racing Ultegra/105 SE (carbon) - £999.99 @ Ribble Cycles
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Hi, I am looking for a bike around the £1000 - £1400 and i have seen this. Hopefully some well informed people can give a thumbs up/down and pros/cons. I will also comment with th… Read more

The 510 is an ok crankset, but obviously not as good as the 105 5800

Nearly all bikes at a price point are a compromise. I have a 105 synapse, but the crank is FSA. As mentioned before brakes, wheels and Crank are normally the areas that companies skimp on to get below a certain price point. But 105 is a great group set so I wouldn’t be too bothered that it wasn’t full Ultegra,

Do some hunting on ‘tinternet,can get better spec for the same money

As jas says. Plus it's not all ultegra. Bits are 105 too. But hey it's under a grand...

Built to a price point, The groupset has cheap brakes, cheap crank and is massively let down by very cheap and heavy wheels.
Its always the biggest compromise on most bikes around this price point.

You are best looking for a 2017 bike in the sale from a major brand this time of year
Edited by: "jascycling" 24th Oct 2017
Continental GatorHardshell Rigid Tyre - Twinpack £39.99 @ Ribble Cycles
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Found 5th Sep 2017Found 5th Sep 2017
These are excellent tyres for puncture-resistance. This seems like a good price (I paid £55 a couple of years ago for a pair ).

Great spot OP, thanks.

robodan9187 h, 8 m ago

for city commuting, the gator hardshells are perfectI used to get lots of …for city commuting, the gator hardshells are perfectI used to get lots of punctures on my stock tyres, fewer on gatorskin, and none ever with gator hardshellI've used wet/dry, and I just "drive the conditions" - i.e. going slower and being more careful when it's wet and icy. Never had a problem, but it stands to reason that tougher tyres will be made of harder rubber, which loses grip more easily in the cold and wet


Yup, for city riding they're all right. As long as you're sensible with your cornering then you ought to be fine.

But when it comes to descending down -15% hills around corners and braking for hairpins in the wet you want softer rubber which is grippier.

Brookydave1 h, 55 m ago

Some years ago Gatorskin were very slippery tyres and I used 4 seasons, …Some years ago Gatorskin were very slippery tyres and I used 4 seasons, Then I and a few mates noticed 4 seasons started to go granular, pick up road debris and get punctures. So I went back to Gatorskins about 18 months ago - what a difference. Mine - 25 front 28 rear have stacks of grip now - enough to lift the back wheel in the wet when it all goes wrong on the Lakes /Yorkshire hills. Just a balance of opinion!


for city commuting, the gator hardshells are perfect
I used to get lots of punctures on my stock tyres, fewer on gatorskin, and none ever with gator hardshell
I've used wet/dry, and I just "drive the conditions" - i.e. going slower and being more careful when it's wet and icy. Never had a problem, but it stands to reason that tougher tyres will be made of harder rubber, which loses grip more easily in the cold and wet

te7216 h, 4 m ago

Great price! 🔥🔥🔥Edit: …Great price! 🔥🔥🔥Edit: https://www.ribblecycles.co.uk/continental-gatorskin-rigid-tyre/#pid=7921Worth buying 2 singles if your looking for 23mm £18.99 each!


that's gatorskin
gator hardshell is better in my experience

Some years ago Gatorskin were very slippery tyres and I used 4 seasons, Then I and a few mates noticed 4 seasons started to go granular, pick up road debris and get punctures. So I went back to Gatorskins about 18 months ago - what a difference. Mine - 25 front 28 rear have stacks of grip now - enough to lift the back wheel in the wet when it all goes wrong on the Lakes /Yorkshire hills. Just a balance of opinion!
Ribble R872 105 Road Bike £999
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Found 22nd Aug 2017Found 22nd Aug 2017
I know Ribble often have deals but I've not seen one this cheap in a long time. I bought this great bike with a very similar spec (slightly better wheels) a couple of years ago for… Read more

M0RPH24th Aug

Stop trolling. 9 mph with 34-28 gearing would be at 95 rpm. Down to 60 rpm …Stop trolling. 9 mph with 34-28 gearing would be at 95 rpm. Down to 60 rpm and speed drops to 5.7 mph. Exactly how slowly do you want to ride?


60rpm? Why would you pedal that slowly. No reason to have anything less than 32t on the cassette.

DigitalReaper4 h, 5 m ago

As I already replied, 50/34 and 11-28 is in the 8 or 9mph to 45+ mph …As I already replied, 50/34 and 11-28 is in the 8 or 9mph to 45+ mph range. This bike doesn't really work for anyone, unless you live in a totally flat area.


Stop trolling. 9 mph with 34-28 gearing would be at 95 rpm. Down to 60 rpm and speed drops to 5.7 mph.

Exactly how slowly do you want to ride?

M0RPH6 h, 21 m ago

Eh?As stated above change to 50/34 and 11-28 in the options. If that …Eh?As stated above change to 50/34 and 11-28 in the options. If that gearing doesn't work for you then perhaps you should have a look for a different kind of bike.


As I already replied, 50/34 and 11-28 is in the 8 or 9mph to 45+ mph range. This bike doesn't really work for anyone, unless you live in a totally flat area.

DigitalReaper16 h, 6 m ago

Yeah, they are the ones that go from 9pm to 45mph. Useless.


Eh?

As stated above change to 50/34 and 11-28 in the options. If that gearing doesn't work for you then perhaps you should have a look for a different kind of bike.

booboobeaker1 h, 43 m ago

You can change to a 50/34 chainset and 11-28 cassette by changing the …You can change to a 50/34 chainset and 11-28 cassette by changing the options. It's also free to do so.


Yeah, they are the ones that go from 9pm to 45mph. Useless.
Another Ribble bike sale - £999 for the Sportive Racing Ultegra
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£570 saving on the Ribble Racing Green Ultegra R8000 Special edition. Very good price for a carbon bike and Ultegra 11 speed.
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Terrible gearing. Min speed 8-9 mph, max speed 45mph. Don't buy this if you live near any hills.
Edited by: "DigitalReaper" 23rd Aug 2017

MAdam983 h, 35 m ago

If you're so damn bothered about have a 53 tooth then dont but the bike!


Relax. Lol.

rev617 h, 50 m ago

Cassette size matters with compact cranks. I don't get it.

If you're so damn bothered about have a 53 tooth then dont but the bike!

kramer20887 h, 32 m ago

Amazed how this forum attracts 100% of the pro cyclists in Britain where …Amazed how this forum attracts 100% of the pro cyclists in Britain where wheel weight or cassette size actually matter.



Cassette size matters with compact cranks. I don't get it.

kramer20887 h, 30 m ago

Amazed how this forum attracts 100% of the pro cyclists in Britain where …Amazed how this forum attracts 100% of the pro cyclists in Britain where wheel weight or cassette size actually matter.


Just because you can't tell the difference, it doesn't mean they only matter to pros.
Full Carbon Ribble Evo Pro with Tiagra is just £699 @ Ribble cycles
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Full carbon bike with Tiagra is just £699. This is a very good price for a decent carbon bike. The RRP is £934. Bargain for anyone looking to upgrade to a full carbon bike
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6 year warranty on the frame which while not the best warranty is better than many offering 2 or 3 years. Maybe its a bit stronger and heavier than some carbon frames to offer that warranty. I think Trek and Specialized offer lifetime warranties on carbon frames though.

rodman2 h, 39 m ago

+ £20 bike delivery

+ £15 - £80 for pedals

basergorkobal3 h, 50 m ago

A lot of bike for the money. Even though this would be considered an entry …A lot of bike for the money. Even though this would be considered an entry level bike and probably not an upgrade from a half-decent alloy bike. To get a basic carbon frame AND Tiagra 4700 still in season is a seriously good value.Shame you can't choose the crank length. I would imagine for riders choosing size XS, the standard 172.5mm will be way to long. And also the brakes are non-groupset. Which is a shame because the matching Tiagra brakes are very good indeed (paired with premium blocks). Can't find any mention of what wheels it comes with. Safe to assume they're going to be pants. But that's always the first upgrade on any bike south of £1k.



The wheels are a pair that are £65.59 so obviously quality... ribblecycles.co.uk/rod…rs/ and the brakes are all of £34.99... ribblecycles.co.uk/rib…et/
So you can see where savings made.

+ £20 bike delivery

A lot of bike for the money. Even though this would be considered an entry level bike and probably not an upgrade from a half-decent alloy bike. To get a basic carbon frame AND Tiagra 4700 still in season is a seriously good value.
Shame you can't choose the crank length. I would imagine for riders choosing size XS, the standard 172.5mm will be way to long.
And also the brakes are non-groupset. Which is a shame because the matching Tiagra brakes are very good indeed (paired with premium blocks).
Can't find any mention of what wheels it comes with. Safe to assume they're going to be pants. But that's always the first upgrade on any bike south of £1k.
Fabric Scoop Flat Elite Saddle £22.79 Delivered @ Ribble Cycles
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Fabric Scoop Flat Elite Saddle The new Fabric Scoop Elite saddle with their Flat fit The Scoop is a multi-discipline saddle designed to provide flexibility and great ergon… Read more

This is showing as £44.99 now

My Cannondale came with this saddle as standard and it's been great. Done some 100+ mile cycles on it with no issues. Reasonably light too.

Bought a few weeks ago for the same price. Less of a sore rear end with this compared to the factory fitted seat.
tomtom runner 2 gps watch £89.37 ribblecycles.co.uk
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this is the cheapest i have seen this watch anywhere.
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This Runner 2 is also available for £60.98 from tomtom outlet using code WELCOMEUK2017 HERE ... or the Runner 2 Music version £69.98 HERE

I will never tire of copy/pasting that the below link is a better deal.

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Continental Grand Prix Tyre £16.49 @ Ribble
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Found 18th Jun 2017Found 18th Jun 2017
50% off RRP use code FATHER-10 for an extra 10% off the price inc 2.99 p+p Good price for a lightweight road tyre. Available sizes 700 x 23 (237g) 700 x 25 (242g) only 700 x 25… Read more
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Anybody voting cold care to explain their reasoning? These are excellent tyres. The only drawback I can see is that they are rigid and this could be a showstopper for many. Is that it?

Another good deal that has been voted cold for no reason..

I'd suggest that most people interested in this deal would be looking to buy a pair of tyres. If you do buy a pair you qualify for free delivery and with the code it works out at £27.00 delivered.

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Cheers Clashin,i have changed the description,got an email from Ribble with the 10% discount for today and ordered a tyre,
posted the deal in haste and copied it from a previous deal forgot to edit the 'folding' bit.
A good price even for a rigid, i'll use it as a front tyre as i usually get rear punctures , main disadvantage of rigid tyres is they take longer to mount on the rim and the weigh a little more.
Zefal narrow mudguards @ ribble black £5.88, silver £6.26 + delivery £2.99.
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Set of mudguards from Ribble, seem a decent price compared to elsewhere when I had a quick look. Not for everyone and probably wrong time of year for some but don't think you can g… Read more
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We're still getting crap weather, so these are still a great buy - especially at this crazy price. Hot

great stuff, was looking for a full size narrow mudguard and these look a real bargain
Campagnolo Vento ASY G3 Winter Wheel Package £155.50 @ Ribble Cycles
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Enter code SPEND175 to get it for this price The wheelset alone is £190/200 on the website, to get it for 155 is a steal with the gatorskin tyres and tubes included. The redesign… Read more

deal finished?

Shame as Only available with Campagnolo freehub at the moment

Nice Package, No pun intended

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That set looks so happy
Fabric Scoop Flat Ultimate Saddle (162g carbon) only £149 @ RIbble cycles (regular £160 use code KIT10
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Great price for the weight weenie, only 3 left in stock black/black use code KIT10 at checkout, code works on all saddles, COMP5 gets 5% off components too Fabric Scoop Flat Ulti… Read more
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mbuckhurst

The reason they have the return policy is nothing to do with comfort or … The reason they have the return policy is nothing to do with comfort or finding the right saddle, more to do with shutting out the competition, how many other manufacturers or small bike shops do you know with a plethora of testing saddles? The sort I frequent are those that rely on supplying a regular customer with 13 ball bearings for their headset at a reasonable cost, are chock full of those odd bits you need to get back on two wheels after a mechanical failure, and sell overpriced kit to MAMILs who have the disposable income to pay for it, they're not the sort of company that keep hundreds of saddles in the back, for you to borrow.mike



All high and mighty there champ.

Cycling is competitive by its nature, any LBS worth its salt will have the means to buy a saddle at trade prices and make it available for demonstration on whatever terms are reasonable, we're not talking a set of Enve wheels, we're talking about a £50 saddle. Once the new ranges are out, they sell the test saddles in clearance and in their lifetime will have paid for themselves multiple times over through sales!

Why the hell would anybody buy a saddle blind out of the goodness of their heart without a means of returning it for a no questions asked refund? If you would, you're mad.

Save the rest of your mother teresa and go see how many Wiggle loyalty points you have, like the rest of us.

The_Hoff

Which is precisely why Spesh have a 30 day return policy for used saddles … Which is precisely why Spesh have a 30 day return policy for used saddles and many dealers will provide a loan seat for a deposit.



The reason they have the return policy is nothing to do with comfort or finding the right saddle, more to do with shutting out the competition, how many other manufacturers or small bike shops do you know with a plethora of testing saddles? The sort I frequent are those that rely on supplying a regular customer with 13 ball bearings for their headset at a reasonable cost, are chock full of those odd bits you need to get back on two wheels after a mechanical failure, and sell overpriced kit to MAMILs who have the disposable income to pay for it, they're not the sort of company that keep hundreds of saddles in the back, for you to borrow.

mike

Edited by: "mbuckhurst" 17th Jan 2017

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Could have been a missprice now £149

mbuckhurst

My local bike shop refuses to give advice on saddles, quite sensibly … My local bike shop refuses to give advice on saddles, quite sensibly really, you won't be able to tell how good your saddle is for you, until you're many miles into a ride, sitting on it, in a bike shop for 5 minutes isn't going to tell you how you're going to feel by the time you've cycled the 40 miles to the Cat and Fiddle. I don't subscribe to the taking measurements idea, I've got had a saddle for my mountain bike that left me barely able to walk after a 20 mile ride, it measures the same as the replacement, but yet the replacement is the most comfortable saddle I've got, tempting enough to put on my racer.mike


Could imagine after taking light refreshment at the Cat and Fiddle Inn you wouldn't notice the saddle on the 40mls back.

mbuckhurst

My local bike shop refuses to give advice on saddles, quite sensibly … My local bike shop refuses to give advice on saddles, quite sensibly really, you won't be able to tell how good your saddle is for you, until you're many miles into a ride, sitting on it, in a bike shop for 5 minutes isn't going to tell you how you're going to feel by the time you've cycled the 40 miles to the Cat and Fiddle. I don't subscribe to the taking measurements idea, I've got had a saddle for my mountain bike that left me barely able to walk after a 20 mile ride, it measures the same as the replacement, but yet the replacement is the most comfortable saddle I've got, tempting enough to put on my racer.mike



Which is precisely why Spesh have a 30 day return policy for used saddles and many dealers will provide a loan seat for a deposit.