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Specialized Cadette Womens Shoes Indigo/Teal/White Size 37-40 £13.99 @ Rultand Cycling (c&c or £1.99 delivery)
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31/01/2018Expires on 31/01/2018Found 12 h, 21 m agoFound 12 h, 21 m ago
Specialized Cadette Womens Shoes Indigo/Teal/White Performance and comfort from Body Geometry sole and footbed Efficient pedalling enhanced through Lollipop inner plate Stabi… Read more

Thanks op. Just ordered one.

bargainbatti17 m ago

Forgive the stupidity, but as these r from Rutland Cycling, is that the …Forgive the stupidity, but as these r from Rutland Cycling, is that the clue!Namely, are these specialist "Cycling trainers"


You don’t have to use them for cycling as they will have a blanking piece to cover where the cleats go.
I’ve just ordered two pairs a size up from my usual as previous person suggested. They make great shoes /clothing & of course bikes. Always good quality and these are a bargain. Thanks. Heat added.

Forgive the stupidity, but as these r from Rutland Cycling, is that the clue!

Namely, are these specialist "Cycling trainers"

I got these in December for this price - excellent - BUT get one size bigger as come up small.
You also get an extra set of purple laces
Delivery is FREE as over £10
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Specialized Enduro Elite Carbon 650b 2017 Mountain Bike Black £2,699.99 @ rutlandcycling.
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Found 17th JanFound 17th Jan
Features: Frame - FACT 9m Fork - RockShox Lyrik RC 27.5 Shock - RockShox Monarch Plus Drivetrain - SRAM GX, 11-speed Brakes - SRAM Guide R, hydraulic disc
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whatyadoinsucka7 h, 50 m ago

A massively overkill bike which will neutralise the majority of uk trail …A massively overkill bike which will neutralise the majority of uk trail riding to make it boring, that said if you are gap jumping big and dropping off 1-2 metres rocks etc then yes will be a superb bike..in respect of SRAM versus Shimano gearing, yes SRAM seem to be winning with the eagle and gx eagle 1x12 speed (single chainring on the crank) , Shimano 1x11 is great imho, but hopefully the rumours they are bringing out a new group set is trueim pretty sure the SRAM parts sold to bike company’s to use is sold far cheaper than the after sales prices, possibly subsidised to increase market share on new bikes drivetrains over its rival Shimano, ps SRAM is a group company who now owns the branding of rockshox, avid , trutaviv and zippforks are definately personal preference I’m used to Reba and pikes by rockshox but for my latest build I got a heavily discounted 130mm fox 34kashima


Lol you what..neutralise the trail?! Geometry and quality of components is more important than mm , how you set damping...you choose the bike for your needs agreed, but this is not overkill, you just need to learn to set it up

A massively overkill bike which will neutralise the majority of uk trail riding to make it boring, that said if you are gap jumping big and dropping off 1-2 metres rocks etc then yes will be a superb bike..

in respect of SRAM versus Shimano gearing, yes SRAM seem to be winning with the eagle and gx eagle 1x12 speed (single chainring on the crank) , Shimano 1x11 is great imho, but hopefully the rumours they are bringing out a new group set is true

im pretty sure the SRAM parts sold to bike company’s to use is sold far cheaper than the after sales prices, possibly subsidised to increase market share on new bikes drivetrains over its rival Shimano,
ps SRAM is a group company who now owns the branding of rockshox, avid , trutaviv and zipp

forks are definately personal preference I’m used to Reba and pikes by rockshox but for my latest build I got a heavily discounted 130mm fox 34kashima
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 10 h, 55 m ago

No doubt I would love this but not sure the Surrey/ Kent trails really need full suspension.

richt1 h, 2 m ago

I hate SRAM drivetrains. One came stock on my Carbon Scott Spark and …I hate SRAM drivetrains. One came stock on my Carbon Scott Spark and replacement parts are more expensive than Shimano. £80 for an outer chainring when half that price for Shimano. Why do so many manufacturers insist on fitting bikes with SRAM? Can someone please explain the hold that SRAM has over bike manufacturers. I'm not a fan of RockShox either, They are the same company as SRAM. I much prefer Fox suspension.For your information. Specialized don't make all of their own bikes. If it says Specialized then the bike is made by one of the 4 big bike manufacturers called Merida. However, if it says S-Works then it is made by Spcialized.

Sram produce components under the name of numerous brands with ridiculous RRPs so that bike manufacturers can use those RRPs to justify the cost of high end bikes. Or at least this has been the case up until the last few years,they are for me now going toe to toe with shimano and imo are winning.

jig24801 h, 51 m ago

I am a roadie so know little about MTB but never got how a carbon MTB …I am a roadie so know little about MTB but never got how a carbon MTB frame fairs with all the stress it gets yet if my carbon road bike falls when stationary I get told I need to get the frame checked!


I wouldn't worry too much, the F35 and Eurofighter are made from it...
Powerful aluminium LED cycle light at Rutland Cycling for £20.99
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Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
A great rechargeable LED front cycle light ideal for shorter commutes in the countryside or longer commutes in the town. Plenty of lighting modes to choose from. At this price wort… Read more

£10 tops on ebay

I've got the also version of this. It's bright but led down by battery life. Only usable on shot commutes really. Also the shape of the beam is very narrow.
Good value from Aldi but not at twice the price.

Was £41.99 :o. Taking the urine there. £10 at Aldi works when it comes around again.

Never ceases to amaze me how easy it is to separate cyclists from their money.

same as the aldi ones

Great spot, ordered. Cheers!
Abus S-Cension Bike Helmet £12.49 free delivery @ Rutland Cycling
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Found 27th Dec 2017Found 27th Dec 2017
Seems like a good price for a nice lid if you need one, two colours and sizes, twist adjustment, says it has a rear light.
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Are the lights rechargeable? I cant find any details about it anywhere

Bought 2 greens the other day. No reds in small /medium at Whitwell.

Lights were both not far off flat batteries but easy fix

Just ordered one in red and white, thanks OP.

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Specialized Ground Control 2Bliss 27.5x2.1 Tubeless MTB Tyre only £12.99 @ rutland cycles delivered (commuter hybrid tyre fast track 27.5x2.0 tyre £8.49)
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Found 20th Dec 2017Found 20th Dec 2017
a great price for a now what many would classify as skinny tyres, as many mtbs are going to 2.35 upwards. great tread pattern i ride these on a 29er and are good tyres Specialize… Read more
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haworthia2 h, 47 m ago

How would these compare with something like Schwalbe MTB marathons?


They won't roll as well as the Schwable but off-road they will offer superior grip .
they are tubeless ready so in theory tape up your rims put a valve in, put some sealer in the tyre and bow up never to have an inner tube again

Disco.Dave46 m ago

I wheelie never tyre of these deals



I wheelie never tyre of these deals

How would these compare with something like Schwalbe MTB marathons?
Deuter Speed Lite 15 Backpack Various Colours £24.99 @ Rutland Cycling
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Found 3rd Dec 2017Found 3rd Dec 2017
Been looking for a backpack for commuting and running and I've read good things about this one. I've been looking for a few weeks and not seen it much cheaper than £30. 3% Quidco … Read more

Do we think a 13" MacBook is going on there

Thanks. Been searching for a quality small backpack for hiking for ages. Ordered!!

Bugger, just bought a backpack a couple of weeks ago for the gym, Have a larger Deuter bag for MTB, they are absolute quality. Tempted to get as a spare
Specialized Cadette Womens Shoes Indigo/Teal/White Size 36-41 £13.99 @ Rultand Cycling
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Found 30th Nov 2017Found 30th Nov 2017
Specialized Cadette Womens Shoes Indigo/Teal/White Performance and comfort from Body Geometry sole and footbed Efficient pedalling enhanced through Lollipop inner … Read more

Collected mine yesterday, had to use a Stanley knife to remove sole etc and internal section to get cleat retainers in.

Sizes come small btw

Thanks OP - ordered - and got some other cracking deals on kids bike gear too fro Xmas!

Thanks OP.
Ordered for the better half

yes, need to go a size up with these.
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looks really nice. voted hot.
Dare2b Prewarn Jacket Fauna £13.50 with Free Delivery at  Rutland Cycling
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Found 28th Nov 2017Found 28th Nov 2017
Cheap showerproof jacket. Should be OK for short commutes at the very least.

Joey.Bloggsy6 h, 40 m ago

Quick, somebody prewarn him he's getting tights/leggings with reinforced …Quick, somebody prewarn him he's getting tights/leggings with reinforced thigh impact pads.Next stop Ann Summers for you?

Personally I think there’s nothing sexier than my husband in tight cycling gear . ..oh Seriously though these tights/leggings I’m after for him mustn’t have padding on backside , cuts out lots of ones on market ...any ideas ? Thanks in advance

Cazza10001 h, 51 m ago

Thanks another step forward to getting husbands birthday presents sorted …Thanks another step forward to getting husbands birthday presents sorted for next week. Does anyone know of any reasonably priced good cycling tights/leggings on offer anywhere Please. I use karrimor running leggings on my bike but he doesn’t like the resistance from upper reinforced front thigh panels. Any advise much appreciated. I can’t find brand of his current one as labels have fallen off. Thanks again poster


Quick, somebody prewarn him he's getting tights/leggings with reinforced thigh impact pads.

Next stop Ann Summers for you?

Thanks another step forward to getting husbands birthday presents sorted for next week. Does anyone know of any reasonably priced good cycling tights/leggings on offer anywhere Please. I use karrimor running leggings on my bike but he doesn’t like the resistance from upper reinforced front thigh panels. Any advise much appreciated. I can’t find brand of his current one as labels have fallen off. Thanks again poster

How does the prewarm function work? Do you have to plug it in for 10 minutes before you put it on, or will 30 seconds in the microwave do?

fivegoldstars1 h, 42 m ago

Don't fancy the idea of a second-hand coat. Any idea how much these are …Don't fancy the idea of a second-hand coat. Any idea how much these are new ?


Go to Aldi
Look Keo Carbon Blade Pedals £79.99 @ Rutland cycling
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Found 26th Nov 2017Found 26th Nov 2017
This is an amazing price for the Look Keo Carbon Blade pedals! Get the pedals, free cleats and free delivery, amazing! Best price I’ve seen for these elsewhere is £95 and most othe… Read more

Got them from Peterborough branch , even they were surprised when they went through the till at the lower price.

BORIS39741 m ago

Look aren't great. Always get play in the axles. Even when new which can …Look aren't great. Always get play in the axles. Even when new which can lead to creaks then axle failure. Get ultegra / 105 instead (just my experience as bike mechanic)If you do go for look avoid anything higher than 12Nm they're impossible to click in /out


Keos are the only pedals which agree with my knees.

Look aren't great. Always get play in the axles. Even when new which can lead to creaks then axle failure. Get ultegra / 105 instead (just my experience as bike mechanic)
If you do go for look avoid anything higher than 12Nm they're impossible to click in /out
Edited by: "BORIS397" 26th Nov 2017

Good price for good pedals. Heat.
Ultimate Hardware Folding Bike Maintenance Workstand - Orange £29.99 @ Rutland cycling
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Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
Looking for a stand and this one seems decent but unsure if there are better options for the price.

Thanks OP

it has good jaws clamp system and a much better rotate+lock system than others that is the main feature of why this one costs a bit more than the halfords bikehut one (which is also pretty good)

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Besford8 m ago

I have similar which was around this price , maybe a little less. RRP is …I have similar which was around this price , maybe a little less. RRP is ridiculous but if you want one now this price seems OK.


Yeah. It's around 50-60 quid on other sites, which sounds a more realistic RRP.

I have similar which was around this price , maybe a little less. RRP is ridiculous but if you want one now this price seems OK.

Brave marketing to call it ultimate! Seems a reasonable deal anyway, have some heat.
Camelbak Lobo 3L Hydration Pack Racing Red/Pitch Blue, £42.49 from rutlandcycling
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Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
Free delivery and return. Boasting 3 litres of hydration capacity, the Lobo by Camelbak carries enough water for a substantial 3+ hour ride, while its ergonomic handle allows for e… Read more
Kryptonite KryptoLok Series 2 D-Lock And 1.2m Flex Cable - £20 delivered @ Rutland
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Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
I have used this for about 5 years on my bike in London. Really useful and a good quality reliable lock for a bargain price! 13 mm hardened Kryptonium steel shackle Patented de… Read more
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Guys, you should never just use the cable! The cable comes with a D-lock and the D-lock is the one that *must* be used for the bike.
The cable that comes along is only to be used in addition to the D-lock, to secure both the front and back wheels, especially if they are quick release.

The only direct and more secure replacement to above (D-lock+cable combination) is to have 2 or more d-locks to secure your front and back wheels along with the frame..... which is perfectly okay if your bike is of high value.

hotfinder22nd Nov

Never think that the flex cable will deter anyone in central London. Lost …Never think that the flex cable will deter anyone in central London. Lost 2 bikes locked in a gated area because of this. Only use D-locks for both wheels & frame. Learnt my lesson, please don't you learn the hard way


i lost my bike in ilford, essex, by using cable only. i used to think my bike is old so who is going to steal it but after sunset the thieves cant the difference between good or old bike- they snapped the cable and stole the bike, i learnt my lesson and have a Kryptonite. i am actually going to buy another one so both wheels are clamped--- this i am doing for complete peace of mind.

hotfinder22nd Nov

Never think that the flex cable will deter anyone in central London. Lost …Never think that the flex cable will deter anyone in central London. Lost 2 bikes locked in a gated area because of this. Only use D-locks for both wheels & frame. Learnt my lesson, please don't you learn the hard way


Spot on mate.

gaz842 h, 45 m ago

How do you secure a seat???And I take my wheel with me.All I'm saying is …How do you secure a seat???And I take my wheel with me.All I'm saying is your best off protecting your bike via other means and don't rely on the flex cable.


You thread the cable through the undercarriage of the seat (not all seats will be built in a way that has something suitable to loop the cable through however)

You were suggesting people just get the D-lock on its own if its a bit cheaper. I was just suggesting that the cable is not wortheless when combined with a D-lock (used to secure frame and rear wheel to a secure bike hoop, railing etc) as it can secure the less valuable parts of your bike and act as a deterrent.

Using your advice someone with a quick release wheel may save a few £s to get just a d-lock but then find their front wheel is opportunistically taken. Something which may very well be deterred by using a bit of flex cable to secure the wheel to the dlock.
Giant TCR Advanced Pro 2 £1379.39 @ Rutland Cycling
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Found 21st Nov 2017Found 21st Nov 2017
40% discount to RRP, available in size M and M/L. I personally have the TCR Advanced Pro 1, which is the same bike with Ultegra groupset and am very pleased with it.
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Ceejay197424th Nov

Moderators where are you and why have my comments been deleted ?????



Maybe because you are a troll?

Moderators where are you and why have my comments been deleted ?????

Moderators where are you and why have my comments been deleted ????

Moderators where are you and why have my comments been deleted ???

Moderators where are you and why have my comments been deleted ??
Specialized Cycling Cadet Shoe £15 - Rutland Cycling
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Found 21st Nov 2017Found 21st Nov 2017
Cheapest yet! Quite a few sizes still available. Also available on black https://www.rutlandcycling.com/clothing/shoes/specialized-cadet-shoes—black-grey_288273

Received mine, very nice, thanks OP

Cycling shoes are only usually used for cycling and small amounts of walking. The soles are too stiff for other activities, definitely not running

can we use this for shoes for other daily activities or running as well

Brilliant - thank you!
Bontrager Seat Pack Pro Small High Visibility Yellow was £14.99 £2 @ Rutland Cycling
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Found 20th Nov 2017Found 20th Nov 2017
Bontrager Seat Pack Pro Small High Visibility Yellow was £14.99

^^ Agree - not a bad add-on item though.

Title needs correcting.

it's £2.99 from what I can see, plus need to spend £10 for free delivery

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Thanks sharkalos, that's a bargain