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All Rutland Cycling Deals, Discounts & Sales for August 2018

Return Marin Pine Mountain 2017 1 27.5 Plus Mountain Bike 22 Inch £475.19 @ Rutland
Found 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Cheapest 27.5+ plus bike I could find, and it has outstanding components. Specs: Frame - Double Butted CrMo, Boost 141x9mm Fork - RockShox Recon Silver RL 27.5+, 120mm, Boost 1… Read more
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Steel is so much nicer than aluminium. Visually and in terms of ride comfort. Great price for a nice looking bike. (I say this as the owner of a Marin Muirwoods 2018)


Agreed, I'm a medium with 17.5 and 5 ft 10 so 22 is going to be a big frame.


You have to be a BIG man to fit a 22" frame with 27.5" wheels. I'm 6"3 with a 35" inside leg and my balls are less than 1cm from touching the frame on my 20" bike when my feet are flat on the ground. I would only recommend a 22" frame to someone 6"5+


22 is a normal size


Excellent deal, shame there's no sizes for anyone under 6 foot 2!

Marin Pine Mountain 1 2017 27.5+ Hardtail - £549.99 ( 15 inch frame only) @ Rutland Cycling
Found 23rd JulFound 23rd Jul
At 50% off, this is one of the cheapest bikes with plus sized tyres. The only bike I know of at a similar price and also 27.5+ is the voodoo wazoo, which is £500 in halfords, but i… Read more
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Virenz_Patelz This one is also very good value and is in your frame size


Thanks, will check it out.

Virenz_Patelz Voodoo Bizango 29er, get the 22 inch frame size It has won the best hardtail of the year 2018 award for bikes under £750


Any good deals for bigger frames at the moment? I am looking for decent mountain bike around 500£ for 6.2 person? Thanks


Good deal for a 27.5" decent fatboy if the frame suits you.

Genesis 2018 Skyline 10 City Hybrid Bike £393.99 - £399.99 / Genesis 2018 Datum 20 £1593.99 - £1599.99 @ Rutland Cycling
Found 6th JulFound 6th Jul
Very good price on the Skyline 10 2018 model, can only see them at around the £600 mark elsewhere for the 10 NO Exclusions on the code If not it's still decent at £399.99 with … Read more

I like the idea of a single front ring but I assume you are going to be limited on climbs if you do venture out of the city. Also prefer scraeder valved rims on utility bikes for practical purposes ( friendly car drivers may have tyre repair slime/ foam and decent foot pump). But it looks nice and would be fine for most commuters I guess.


My wallet wants the Datum 20, great deal with £800 off but my heart wants a Trek Domane SL6. Same price as the Datum 20 without the discount. (mad)


I presume it might be a quality frame or the fact that it's "just" 12kg. But agree, specs do not justify RPP.


Couple of Marin are similar spec to this like the Muirwoods but I suspect this will look nicer.


I was comparing it against the halfords subway 2 and this seems... I don't know, reasonable value by comparison? The subway 2 for £280 or £350 has a heavier frame, clarks (reportedly unreliable) hydraulic brakes instead of shimano, slightly lower end gears but more of them (3x9 vs 1x9) and no mudguards. The genesis is all about those small incremental gains. Compared to the subway 2 at full price though it makes sense as buying mudguards and new brakes will cost you more than the £50 you'd save.

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Bell FALCON MIPS EQUIPPED Helmet (Medium size only) £44.99 Rutland Cycling
Found 4th JulFound 4th Jul
Hi All, Found this while browsing for my next bike helmet. It seems like a good value for the price. This deal for Medium size only; Head Circumference 55 - 59cm. Info from the v… Read more

Why MIPS not ARM or x86? Also what benefit does having a CPU in your helmet provide?


Of course they have it's great marketing.


A lot of manufacturers already adopted this tech. Better be safe than sorry :)


Has there been any independant studies on MIPs helmets to see if they are nay better?


can't get enough of that MIPS!!!

Wahoo Elemnt stack £143.99 @ Rutland Cycling
Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
Wahoo Elemnt. Great Garmin alternative with bigger screen for more stats. Physical buttons for use when wet/with gloves. Maps loaded. Strava compatible. £249.99 RRP £50 cashback fr… Read more

I've got one. Brilliant device, wouldn't go back to Garmin.


So tempted with a wahoo but I'm still thinking a bryton or neostrack...


Great unit. Have one, love it (just back from using it), and got it with the prev cashback deal fro Wahoo. This is a great deal if you have something else to order from Rutland, but yeah, you can't bake that into the deal, as its on next spend. So not voting.


£50 cashback from Wahoo valid on purchases until 15th June between 30-60 days after purchase here…ome £50 worth of spend back from Rutland as points (20% offer) £6 discount by applying code HAVE6 at check out £143.99 before Quidco/TCB as above, i suppose the £50 doesnt count as much as it isnt cash back just points to spend at rutland.



Marin Fairfax SC4 2017 (15" only). SC3 and SC5 available as well. £384.99 @ Rutland Cycling
Found 27th MayFound 27th May
Better than half price Marin Fairfax 2017 range (ladies hybrid models) NOTE: only available in 15" sizes (small ladies) SC3 reduced to £314.99 from £649.99 (alum frame/fork, Ali… Read more

Got a couple Roadmen in my area that would sell a similar bike for 40£


Ridiculous price for a teenagers bike


I am 5ft but weigh nearly 40 st and eat little, but need to exercise ....perfect for me


5ft - 5.7 prolly.


what size do you think is for? I'm short but I don't think I'm that short...

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Marin San Rafael - Bike - 17" - £208.99 delivered with code - Rutland Cycles
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
It only comes in one size 17" so would suite an approx 5'6" - 5' 10" person. I think it's a men's bike, but suites either sex as the cross bar is quite low at the back. I still don… Read more

Disc brakes are better but V brakes are more than fine for road use. I mean most road bikes are still using caliper type brakes and V's are better than those and before disc brakes were mainstream people were descending mountains with V brakes. The newer Marin seems to have a lower quality tourney drivetrain but a sunrace 7 speed cassette on a freehub. This seems to be a good way of implementing a freehub drivetrain on the cheap but inferior to the older model on offer here. I personally prefer this older model overall especially with £100 saving. When it comes to replacing the 7 speed cassette in a few years you may have to stick with lower end brands like Sunrace rather than fit a Shimano etc no such issue on the older Marin. With its 700c wheels these Marin bikes are not designed for off road. It's roads and gravel paths only pretty much and surely V brakes are fine for that. The 700c wheels prevent you doing any sort of rough stuff that would benefit from stronger brakes anyway. It makes more sense on the Subway to fit disc brakes as its capable of reasonable off road use and admittedly it helps with braking for all weather commuting. I'm not sure I'd even want to ride the Marin in the rain. One of the big issues with front suspension is water getting into the lowers if the seals aren't perfect which starts to create issues and cheap suspension and poor seals go together. No one seems to fit rubber boots on cheap suspension anymore as its not trendy so any dirt and crap on the suspension can start damaging the seals and let water in. So really the front suspension prevents the bike from all weather use unless you implement a frequent maintenance schedule and keep seal replacements (not easy to get for cheap forks and will be expensive if you can get them).


It's fair price for a hybrid bike but if you are riding fast and/or weight more than 60kg you most likely will miss disc brakes. I have 4 bikes, one of them doesn't have disc brakes and i need to replace brake pads every few thousands of kilometers, while in other bikes i only had to change disc brake pads once - when they broke.


If you've got a branch of Cycle Republic near you they should have both the 2018 model of the Marin San Rafael (It has disk brakes and 21 gears, the one in this offer has v-brakes and 24 gears, but otherwise they're pretty similar) and the Carrera Subway for you to compare.


The Subway is stronger (it has a reinforced mountain bike frame and 27.5" double wall rim wheels) and lack of suspension means its more versatile and lower maintenance. Most people don't need suspension, it adds weight, creates reliability and maintenance issues and means the bike may bob as you cycle losing some efficiency. I'm not sure there is anything that the Subway doesn't do better than the Marin. I guess if you had a back condition then its possible the front suspension could give a softer ride but you also have to factor in the Subway has deeper profile tyres front and back and by setting the tyre pressure correctly for your weight will give you a small suspension effect front and back not just front. The Marin has some good parts for the money but the concept of a hybrid bike with 700c wheels and front suspension is not a format I like. The big issue is suspension appeals to a lot of people but is only really needed and implemented properly on semi-decent and above mountain bikes.


Thanks for clearing that up. I was going to order one for slicing bananas. Won't bother now. (y)

Mekk Pinerolo SE 0.2 2016 Road Bike Red £349.99 @ Rutland cycling
Found 19th MayFound 19th May
Seems like a reasonable price for a Sora based bike with carbon fork. Only small sizes left but great for shorties like me who want to upgrade from a Triban 3 with 650 wheels and a… Read more

Looks like they're now sold out


I wouldn't think so - the wheels are not designed to take the impact they would get when mountain biking, and the tyres being skinny will not give sufficient grip for what it would be used for.


So, it says road bike, but would this work as a mountain bike for the inexperienced (vs the current Halfords 20% sale?)


Can be difficult with frame size unless you know the geometry of the bike. With an inside leg of 30", you could probably ride a small or a medium (depending on your own preference). If I was you I'd go small though.


Sizing chart on this page for any one who is interested.

Thule 598002 Roof Bike Rack ProRide 598, Black (Newsletter Signup for £5 off) £89.99 at Rutland Cycling
Refreshed 29th MayRefreshed 29th May
Purchased 1 with the £5 discount when signed up to their newsletter. If you also join the reward scheme, you get around £17/£18 off next purchase, so subsequent purchases of the sa… Read more

In the blurb it states Supplied with Volvo Branding


Do u know for sure if it has Volvo branding??


I've got the whispbars and never noticed any noise from them


Think subscribing to their newsletter is a good idea.


That's a good question!

Micro Mini Scooter Blue or Pink FreeDelivery £59.99 Rutland Cycling
Found 15th MayFound 15th May
Mini Micro Scooter £59.99 Blue or Pink Free Delivery
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The lowest price so far, so heat from me!


I often find these on the roadside just sitting there.


Heat from me! You can find lots cheaper than this but the quality and steering is no way near as good as this brand. My sons been using this scooter for 3 years now and now it’s passed to his younger brother and still as good as new (highfive) You buy it cheap, you buy it twice...worth spending the extra pennies for longevity because they get a lot of use out of this!


Heat from me - micro scooters are quality.


I'll give you some heat for this, only because I can't find the exact product cheaper anywhere else. Though you are going to get a lot of cold votes, because most hotukd's don't look for the same make and model, but something that looks like it. Their are many similar scooters for less than £20.

Cube Attain GTC Pro Disc 2017 Carbon Road Bike Grey £1069.99 - 	Rutland Cycling
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
Beautiful bike with great components for the price

Looking at this as my first step into road bikes - I think I'll need the 60cm


I've Just ordered the 58 cm and I'm the same proportions as you/just a smidge taller Great deal op! Still stock too


The 58cm 2016 model fits me at 5'10", but I have short legs (cycling inseam ~32") and a torso more typical of a bloke ~6".


I was just about to say the same. 58cm Cube probably works out at around 56.5 ish compared to other manufacturers (perfect for 6ft ish) (y)


Beautiful bike bar the shifters. Man they're ugly

Dawes British Cruiser Ladies Hybrid Bike Strawberry - £99.99 @ Rutland Cycling
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
Excellent price for what appears to be a fairly well built machine by a reliable manufacturer. Only 19" left but it does come with tassels... Free UK delivery & click and coll… Read more

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That looks to me to be one of the saddle rails under the saddle. Bangladesh are fairly low on the pecking order of bicycle assemblers. What normally happens for many bikes destined for Europe, Chinese bikes are assembled in countries like Vietnam, Bangladesh, Cambodia etc to avoid EU duties that are levied on bikes fully assembled direct from China. So some of the issues here are a) its going to be poorly assembled, could be missing grease in bottom bracket, headset, wheel hubs and may not be correctly assembled with regard torquing of nuts and fasteners or other adjustments, b) its got quite a few low end components and c) its old stock so these low end components have had time to rust before they even get to the customer. Doesn't mean it can't be a fantastic bike and great value but you may need to spend more time checking, adjusting and adding grease and may have to touch up a few places with a bit of paint. Nexus 3 speed hub are super reliable, even suitable for world touring etc so should have no problems for a bike like this. Sturmey Archer, Sram and Shimano Nexus 3 speed hubs are all great quality long life hubs its when you go above 3 speeds that the internals get more complicated and reliability reduces significantly unless its a rohloff hub.


Can't really tell what part of the bike is this?


I ordered for the wife, then cancelled, some of the posts have put me off. They don't look like they pack them properly!


A bike previously ordered from Rutland, no grease, direct from manufacturer, not PDI’d.

Scott Contessa Solace 25 Disc 2017 Women's Carbon Road bike - £1,199.99 /  Men's Scott Scale 730+ 2017 £749.99 (plus more in OP) @ Rutland Cycling
Refreshed 9th MayRefreshed 9th May
Normally I end up hunting for bikes that i'd buy for myself, but this time thought I'd have a look around for something aimed toward women. This is a 22 Speed model and in my opini… Read more

The 730+ has good reviews based on a price of £1200. So for £745, thats a great price, have some heat.


May I ask, what arbitrary distinct characteristics makes this a Women’s bike? Looks pretty colourful and stylish to me. Maybe I am just a philistine. (fierce)


Not great.


Girls are different sizes to boys ;)


Honestly I think I would save cash, weight and get a better groupset with a planet X but I realise they aren't necessarily for everyone. These look pretty nice.

Giant Prime-E Plus 3 mid drive 36v electric bike, medium only, 33% off £1399.99 at Rutland (was £2098.99), further reduction!
Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Now further reduced to £1399.99 (thanks robo989). Not the cheapest electric bike out there but very good value for the high specification from a well repected manufacturer. 33% o… Read more

Now out of stock but my 'expire' button has disappeared!


cool ok - might have to get one then thansk for the update


It has a conventional frame so a trailer should fit and plenty of people use trailers on ebikes. Within reason top assist speed should stay the same.


this bike looks interesting does anyone know if a bike trailer would fit to this and how it would perform with a trailer attached


Someone (Mod? Ed?) has unexpired this and removed the expire button! Odd.

Giant Escape 1 2017 hybrid bike - 31% off £378.99 @ Rutland cycling
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Some great deals on the Rutland cycling site - this looks good value for money. Any thoughts?

Thanks for the advice!


Yes sirrus would be my choice. Buy from a Spec shop and they will usually give you ten percent back to spend on equipment in store. You won't find these discounted until September time. This one has a carbon fork, lite alloy frame, decent equipment levels which you can upgrade later, worth the money, I'm on my second sirrus, though I went full carbon 2nd time round. You won't regret buying this trim. Men's Sirrus Sport Alloy Disc £725 Don't waste money on the Giant. Trek hybrids are pretty good too, I've had one, but Sirrus is my preferred choice.


I don't have much bike knowledge. Was about to buy a 2018 giant rapid 3 for 700. Do you think a specialized cirrus would be better? Commuting by road. Looked at specialized cirrus and so many versions I don't know what is good and bad.


I bought the 2 recently and have been very pleased with it.


Lots of bike sales on now - unusual for this time of year. Must be low sales.

Genesis Zero Z1 2018 Carbon Racing Road Bike £819.99 / Cube Attain GTC Pro Disc 2017 Carbon £1,019.99 w/code  & Free DX 24 Hour Delivery @ Rutland Cycling (S / XS left)
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Already a good price on this model, I posted it for a fair bit more a couple of months ago. Went back to see if there was any movement and saw some new spend & Save codes. Sadl… Read more

That is perhaps true. People don't realise that even assembling a pre-built bike isn't going to be the same as clipping a stand onto a new telly and shops aren't always entirely clear what is to be expected from the consumer. A lot of bike shops will now do a fixed-charge "online bike purchase setup", accepting that people will want to buy bikes online, but may need help. Typically, this is around £40, although will vary shop-by-shop and depending on how modern they are - I'd probably check before you turn up with the box in case they are mortally offended by the concept!


They need to describe their products precisely then.


Rusted I can't comment on, but most road bikes turn up as a pile of bits and need a fair bit of assembly to get back to looking like a bike. I bought one (a fair bit more expensive than this) and it needed a full hour of work to build, including careful torque settings for key fasteners and some bits that need to be setup correctly and can't be just mashed together (e.g. headset preload). It's nothing too difficult to do, of course, but bike shops do still exist for a reason and it's part of the service they offer. If you're happy to receive a jigsaw-in-a-box to save some money, that's great, but this is the price you pay.


Yep I have the cube guards and they aren’t great. Coverage is weak and also the front has started to rattle and I am struggling to quieten it down. ;(


As a newbie always pay for a better groupset. 105 ideally. Carbon frame you are right is a bit of a luxury.

Specialized mountain bike tyres ground control TR 27.5 x 2.1 £12.99 Delivered or fast trak 27.5 x 2.0" £8.49 (+£1.99 P&P) at Rutland Cycling
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Cheap mtb tyres and the ground control is tubeless ready, free delivery on £10 spend ——————————————————— Versatile trail tyre, the Specialized Ground Control Tyre provides ample … Read more
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The simplest way to think about tubeless tyres is to think of a tyre with an inner tube, then stop thinking about the inner tube.


Good set of parktool levers takes them off no bother.


I got old skool inner tubes. I had a couple of puntures,so now I carry one of them sealant cans with compressed air for emergency. Think they're great. Saves carrying a pump and puncture repair kit with you (with all the hassle involved of removing the wheel,inner tube,patching up the hole etc.) With tubeless and sealant inside,if you have a minor puncture then the tyre should still be ok as the sealant should repair the hole.

great deal - would have ordered if I hadn't already got the ones from Wiggle posted a day or two back.


Tubeless tyres are a nightmare to get off if you have a blowout. I've gone back to non tubeless.

Big bike clearance at Rutland Cycling: up to 50% or more off, eg adult bikes from £211.19 (Giant Escape 3 - 39% off).
Found 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
Above is an example only and may be sold by the time you read this: you need to review the site as many are single bikes. If you're looking for a bike bargain it's worth a look a… Read more

They sent the bike in a manufacture sealed box which hadnt been checked or greased! It needs to be undone completely and built from scratch but it being rusted means its a pile of junk.


I've responded to your very disappointing comments on the other thread. I'm going to expire these two threads based on your experience but also ask you to let us know how you get on with Rutland. This is very different to my experience of them. Don't understand the 'jigsaw puzzle' comment. They claim you just have to put the handlebars and pedals on. Is this not so or have you never done any basic bike assembly before?


I have receive a rusted bike that is like a jigsaw puzzle and no instructions from Rutland last week. The customer service have been less than satisfactory. Cold


Gt grade is still a hell of a bike for this money Gt grade


Good luck with that one!

Rutland fully equipped hybrid bike, alloy men's and ladies' frames, Shimano, etc. reduced from £299.99 to just £159.99 (47% off). Possibly less with code (see thread). @ Rutland Cycling
Found 31st MarFound 31st Mar
ONLY LADIES' SMALL LEFT NOW! I was just browsing Rutland's Spring deals and came across this: a fully equipped bike (men's or ladies') for just £159.99. Alloy frame; 18 speed Sh… Read more

Rutland organised the collection of the bike within 2days. They have now refunded my order, they cooperated based on the rust (picture evidence). They offered to build the bike for £30 extra. The bike isn’t worth the effort.


Great. What did they say? Co-operative or difficult? It's good to know what Rutland are like these days.


Hi Besford, they collected the bike but have not issue me a refund yet. All the advice you and bonzobonanza provided was very helpful. Cheers


Hi zcgby03. How are you getting on resolving your issues with Rutland?


Those types of locks give people the impression their bike is secure. I see it every day. No security skewers, crappy cable lock, then they wonder why their bike is gone or their wheels go missing.