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Kryptonite KryptoLok Series 2 D-Lock And 1.2m Flex Cable - £20 delivered @ Rutland
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Found 2 h, 52 m agoFound 2 h, 52 m ago
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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ClougherNut5 m ago

Only issue I had was finding a suitable mounting point for it on the bike …Only issue I had was finding a suitable mounting point for it on the bike as it is a big lock.


I found on my bike that underneath the seat and above the back wheel there was a triangle in the frame (near the brake mount) which I could slot the D lock in from above vertically and lock from underneath. It fits so snug and doesn't get in the way when cycling either. I couldn't believe I hadn't done this sooner as the bracket they supply is pretty loose.

Its a decent lock. Very solid. Bought it for my own bike Regularly see it around this price - but delivered its a good deal. The bracket it a little fiddly to attach but does hold it well. The lock "slides" into the bracket and remains securely attached. Can require a bit of strength releasing it back off to use though but don't let that put you off.

Only issue I had was finding a suitable mounting point for it on the bike as it is a big lock.

For my sons bike I went for a bwin lock/chain for the same price in Decathlon, (which is actually heavier). Found it more practical, can just put it in my backpack.

gaz846 m ago

Bought the Series 4 (Gold rated) for £29 in Halfords.Bit heavier, and a …Bought the Series 4 (Gold rated) for £29 in Halfords.Bit heavier, and a couple of quid more, but I think worth it in the long run.Great lock so far btw. I read that the flex cable is completely worthless and doesn't protect anything, so if its cheaper without, then go for that


Flex cable is a cheap and easy deterrent for any saddos who might want to steal a quick release wheel or seat. Anyone interested in steeling a wheel or seat only would most likely be an opportunist and so not having any protection at all is a risk. With the cable they will have to carry around bolt cutters to do so.
Edited by: "Cameron92" 1 h, 19 m ago

Worth checking for local subsidised schemes. In my area you can get a Gold Standard D Lock from railway stations for £10. British Transport Police sometimes run a similar scheme, as do universities.

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
Giant TCR Advanced Pro 2 £1379.39 @ Rutland Cycling
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Found 12 h, 8 m agoFound 12 h, 8 m ago
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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Ceejay19746 h, 50 m ago

Add Insurance and tax and it'll soon get expensive.........oh hang …Add Insurance and tax and it'll soon get expensive.........oh hang on....bloody cyclists don't have to pay that...yet use the roads.stay off them......stick to cycle paths




Of course most cyclists also own cars too, including myself. I also have insurance via British cycling.

I never ride on cycle paths ever round here due to the fact they are badly maintained and unfit for road bikes - if you're going quickly, as I do, they certainly aren't practical. Luckily the use of cycle paths isn't compulsory.

Cycling brings the added benefit of being good for the body and mind... you sound like you could do with a bit yourself!

Ceejay19746 h, 27 m ago

Add Insurance and tax and it'll soon get expensive.........oh hang …Add Insurance and tax and it'll soon get expensive.........oh hang on....bloody cyclists don't have to pay that...yet use the roads.stay off them......stick to cycle paths


Bike are in the same tax bracket as low emission cars and are taxed the same, £0 year. My insurance is roughy £30 a year. and to top it off my bike is worth about twice as much as my car! And more than a lot of other cars on the road.
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Ceejay19746 h, 9 m ago

Add Insurance and tax and it'll soon get expensive.........oh hang …Add Insurance and tax and it'll soon get expensive.........oh hang on....bloody cyclists don't have to pay that...yet use the roads.stay off them......stick to cycle paths

For the uneducated you're taxed on your emissions!

Ceejay19745 h, 0 m ago

Add Insurance and tax and it'll soon get expensive.........oh hang …Add Insurance and tax and it'll soon get expensive.........oh hang on....bloody cyclists don't have to pay that...yet use the roads.stay off them......stick to cycle paths


No

Ceejay19743 m ago

Add Insurance and tax and it'll soon get expensive.........oh hang …Add Insurance and tax and it'll soon get expensive.........oh hang on....bloody cyclists don't have to pay that...yet use the roads.stay off them......stick to cycle paths



Thanks for this. I don't think I could sleep without reading your opinion. Goodnight.
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Specialized Cycling Cadet Shoe £15 - Rutland Cycling
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Found 23 h, 56 m agoFound 23 h, 56 m ago
Cheapest yet! Quite a few sizes still available. Also available on black https://www.rutlandcycling.com/clothing/shoes/specialized-cadet-shoes—black-grey_288273

gooeynote20 h, 55 m ago

Cheers op. Ordered in my size


Definitely not, I don't like walking that far in them but they're fine

thanks op, ordered pair hope they fit.

Black - 42 and 43 still in stock.
Blue - 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46 back in stock.

I bought a pair at £22 as well and they are indeed excellent shoes. I am usually size 8.5 so ordered 43 (UK9) and it fits - in fact i didnt think there was a need to order a bigger size.
I fitted mine with SPD cleats to use with Shimano pedals and they are amazing as the cleats dont touch a flt floor when walking.
I even used mine to play tennis (with the cleats still on the shoes) as I cycled to the courts... and they were super comfortable for that.

Bought these the last time on offer at £22 and they are excellent shoes . I use them for mountain biking and as others mentioned the last time , I went a size up 11 to 12 and they fit fine ( I probably would have been ok with 11.5 too ) may get a black pair too this time .

I'm a wide fit for clarks shoes, so most shoes are too narrow for me, however these fit very good and I bought a spare pair when Evans used to price match Rutland. Excellent price here. I'm usually a uk 10, size 45 in these was perfect
Bontrager Seat Pack Pro Small High Visibility Yellow was £14.99 £2 @ Rutland Cycling
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Found 20th NovFound 20th Nov
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
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Giant FastRoad SLR 1 2017 Hybrid Bike Black £649.99 @ Rutland Cycling
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Found 12th NovFound 12th Nov
I've always liked Giant bikes had loads through the years they always seem to offer best value for money. Looking at a fast city hybrid with a decent spec and can't seem to beat th… Read more

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Arrived today, love it, probably the best value for money bike I've bought and that's a lot of bikes!

Wud a thought this wudda got hotter

crispy5520 h, 35 m ago

fair enough. i see the bike will take 28mm tyre . from my experience, the …fair enough. i see the bike will take 28mm tyre . from my experience, the thicker tyre gives much comfier ride. your much less likely to get pinch punctures. especially on crappy road surface. If i were to recommend a commuter. i'd definitely go for at least 32mm tyres.you can't have a sports bike with flat bars she's a good looker mind



More air in the tyre, so would seem so,

coventgamer2 h, 20 m ago

I gave up my job as I get 4 times my wage Sat at home


Just on Saturday?
Raleigh Steel Floor Pump With Gauge - Dual Valve - £9.99 Rutland Cycling
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Found 3rd OctFound 3rd Oct
Oversized steel barrel Solid handle Pressure guage Durable steel design Inflates to 160psi Dual valve head (works with Presta or Schrader valves)
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dwl996 h, 50 m ago

Has anyone found anything cheap to add to the basket to get free delivery?

Yep. Go on, I dare you! Your partner will understand

Has anyone found anything cheap to add to the basket to get free delivery?

Good.
Specialized Cadet Shoes reduced to £22.99 delivered from RutlandCycling
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Found 1st OctFound 1st Oct
All Specialized Cadet cycling shoes reduced to £22.99 @ Rutland Cycling These are suitable for mtb spd pedals and can be used as normal walking shoes. Quite a number of sizes left.… Read more

now even less, just for £15.

thanks

FWIW, the size 44's were bang on for me (normal size 42.5's in work shoes) so ordered a second set for my son (similar size)
Really pleased.
Son a bit picky about stuff like this when it comes to looks, but he is happy enough and they are stonking value.
Ordered touring pedals off fleabay with platform on one side and SPD on the other - so will have the best of both worlds.
Just have to summon up the courage to take to knife to the soles to get the cleats fitted.

Can't believe these haven't all sold out - but whatever..............

Mine have arrived. Wished I hadn’t gone a Euro size up as there slightly to big for me but still usable. The rubber to get to the cleat is a pain to get off but once done there cracking value.

Its a good deal, and I've pulled trigger on some 44's in black.
Its a gamble with buying cycling shoes online and I'm wondering if I've made the right call on these, so after some advice

Normally take 8.5 (42.5) for 'normal' shoes, have 43's for my Bontrager road shoes and had to go 44's for my Shimano MTB shoes.
Is it fair to say that these are likely the same size as the Shimano, coz I've read differing opinions about size of these Spesh shoes?
I would have gone 43.5 - but that option wasn't avail.
Cheers
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Scott Scale 720 27.5 Inch Carbon Mountain Bike Black Green £1,199.99 using code @ Rutland Cycling
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Found 29th SepFound 29th Sep
Drop £100 if the current price with code SAVE100 A really nice looking bike and going by the specs it's pretty impressive for the cash. Nice and light as well, come is at 10.1… Read more
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Hope Rutland are taking note!

Agreed about Rutland. Their bike build was really poor/faulty and had to take to 2 independent shops to rectify. They suggested as I replaced the FSA Cranks with Tiagra this invalidates the warranty even though the fault was proven to be Shifters not set up properly and the rear derailleur. They have the cheek to suggest their service/returns policy is same as Evans when in reality only offer 30 day test ride on full price bikes. Mainly though their warranty and customer service stinks. Only good for other shops to pricematch.

Excellent saving but be weary of Rutland building your bike and their after sales service. They sent me a bike that clearly wasn't properly checked after being built and was not fit for purpose. Many calls later, they agreed to swap the broken parts that they originally shipped the bike with but they did this in the slowest fashion that they could manage and took weeks to resolve. In the end, I used my local bike shop to sort the bike out.

Rutland were good a long time ago but I wouldn't trust them with over a grand of my money again. Not voting either way.

Wow!! Seems a great saving and lots of bike for that money. enormously tempted but no.....I can't.
2016 Scott Scale 720 27.5 Inch Carbon Mountain Bike Black Green £1248.99 delivered with code @ Rutland Cycling
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Really good spec carbon frame bike with a huge saving on the rrp. Medium and large frames left. £1248.99 with code SUMMER100. Valid until midnight tonight. I own this bike an… Read more
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Just bought a Scott mountain bike, a few years old but works mint..... £21.

Seems decent to me

I have a recon rl currently on it 100 mm and I'm considering a Reba rl 120mm just holding out for a decent deal 250 or less

tranceazure9 m ago

Nice bike I've got a giant xtc advanced very similar frames thinking of …Nice bike I've got a giant xtc advanced very similar frames thinking of putting 120mm forks on it to replace the 100mm ones they make very light bikes


I can definately recommend the Reba forks very lightweight and the 120mm make a difference over the bog standard 100mm recon silver/ gold, if you want the best then the SID rockshox should do it

Nice bike I've got a giant xtc advanced very similar frames thinking of putting 120mm forks on it to replace the 100mm ones they make very light bikes
Specialized turbo levo expert fsr ebike  bike - £3,649 @ Rutland Cycling
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Fantastic deal for a top Ebike. I have one and love it. Cost me £5000 but went up to £5500 early this year. Now £3749.99 then there is £100 off plus more discount with quidco. Exce… Read more
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10% assist and only 30 miles. Run my Bosch on eco and get 50-80 miles.

mattrixdesign21st Sep

Surely there is a lot of heft to throw around on the down hills, I would …Surely there is a lot of heft to throw around on the down hills, I would expect a dead feeling. Give me a light weight and simple hard tail any day, besides climbing is a challenge to be enjoyed and a great sense of achievement when the going is tough and rewarded by a nice descent.


Something like this, probably not as much as weight as a proper Down Hill bike.
I really like my KTM144XC motorcycle going down hill - it's certainly not as agile as a mountain bike, but will certainly get down faster and for me more enjoyably than a hard tail.

(Yes, I have had decent spec hardtails.)

I enjoy the descents much more than basic pedalling on a climb.
I'd prefer to get my general exercise pedalling by cycling to the shops for my shopping - and save my energy at a trail centre for fun bits.

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mad_design_man21 h, 14 m ago

Waste of money. If you can't ride a bike properly then pick up a £3k car …Waste of money. If you can't ride a bike properly then pick up a £3k car instead.

Waste of money a £3k car. Have a car worth £200 that gets me to work or anyware else. Its mine and does what it supposed to do, done 179,000 MILES . So I chose to spend my spare cash on a sport I love. Just need a little help to get back to the top. Its a hot deal for those in the market to buy a e mountain bike compared to the price earlier this year.

SniperViper18 h, 13 m ago

You'll never be seen again.Now all the idiots saying this isn't exercise, …You'll never be seen again.Now all the idiots saying this isn't exercise, please research HIIT, this is what the bike can really accel at. If you're like me and your legs already can't fit into most trousers, because they're MASSIVE, I don't actually want to train my legs anymore... I'd like to train my heart though, which pedaling the crap out of this thing WILL DO.



Research cadence.

Cold my car was cheaper, and I'm allowed to use the roads in that, without bring a dangerous obstruction.
Specialized Cadet Shoe £28.99 @ Rutland Cycling
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Good looking commuting shoe,also available in black https://www.rutlandcycling.com/clothing/shoes/specialized-cadet-shoes--black-grey_288273

Interesting design. Can be used with normal pedals straight out the box.
To fit SPD cleats you need to cut away the panel on the sole.

afroylnt8th Aug

How much bigger a size should one order above a ordinary non cycling shoe?


I'm always an 8 so ordered 8/42 - too short! Nice shoes though so I've now ordered a pair of 43s, fingers crossed.

Edit: just received the 43s and still too small! Wondering whether to risk 44s or give up.
Edited by: "Besford" 15th Aug

Would these be ok with normal flat pedals or are they more specifically for cleats ?

ordered , been on the look out for months .
Edited by: "smilespiles" 9th Aug

How much bigger a size should one order above a ordinary non cycling shoe?
GT Avalanche Elite 2017 Hardtail Mountain Bike Blue £449 @ Rutland Cycles
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I have been looking at replacing my ageing Voodoo MTB and have come across this one. Seems to have all I want for a reasonable price. Can't find it any cheaper. Anyone has experien… Read more

djp2k812th Aug

I'm 6'1 & I see an L GT frame which is a good size for myself.



I'm 6"1 and my L GT frame fits me fine.

audin23 h, 57 m ago

I'm 6'3" so I'd need an XL frame! Cheers for the info


I'm 6'1 & I see an L GT frame which is a good size for myself.

bonzobanana8th Aug

Decathlon is a decent bike but there has been a recent frame recall on …Decathlon is a decent bike but there has been a recent frame recall on that Rockrider but it only effected the larger frames. I personally don't rate Btwin frames they seem to be designed more for lightness than strength and that is borne out by the recall and lack of reinforcing on the frame but if you are a shorter lighter rider it looks a fine option with good components for the money. Check out the uk reviews on the Decathlon site though for some perspective. Some people seemed to have had a lot of issues but that seems to be more about poor assembly by Decathlon stores rather than the bike itself. The sad fact is its luck of the draw when it comes to having a bike well assembled by a store you bought it from, most are good but not all.I'd also check out the halfords range of Carrera and Voodoo bikes some are fantastic bikes at great prices and halfords are always doing offers to bring those prices down.


I'm 6'3" so I'd need an XL frame! Cheers for the info

OP did you go for this in the end?

For this price I would want a motor on it?
Meindl sale at Rutland Cycling - Bhutan £129.99 & Vacuum £149.49 (price match Go Outdoors)
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Pricematch the Bhutan at go outdoors with an extra 10% off for £116.99 or the Vacuum for £135.00 Always been excellent quality boots in the past. I often use Go Outdoors price ma… Read more
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eraldo

Rubbish a good pair of magnums will last longer and offer better … Rubbish a good pair of magnums will last longer and offer better protection for less money.



What do you need better protection for? Please link a pair of Magnum boots better for hiking?!

Rubbish a good pair of magnums will last longer and offer better protection for less money.

Bhurma pro is worth looking at too...

MattNorfolk34 m ago

Thanks. I recently bought a pair of Lowa Camino boots, nice so far. I'm …Thanks. I recently bought a pair of Lowa Camino boots, nice so far. I'm even tempted to get a pair of the Vacuum boots as a 'back up pair'

Got the lowa Camino gtx. Solid boot use them everyday in mountain rescue team. Well recommended.
The mindl are a good second pair to have or lowa combat

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michaeljb

Heat. I price matched against Amazon for the vacuum a couple years back, … Heat. I price matched against Amazon for the vacuum a couple years back, been a solid boot.



Thanks. I recently bought a pair of Lowa Camino boots, nice so far. I'm even tempted to get a pair of the Vacuum boots as a 'back up pair'
Ultimate Hardware Folding Bike Maintenance Workstand - at Rutland Cycling for £39.99 inc delivery
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Was on the look out for a good quality bike workstand, for a reasonable price, and found this one. Seems to fit the bill. Ordered one myself today.

Heat added. Ordered one while looking at another deal for clothing, haven't received yet though but reviews look good.

These things are really useful but don't expect them to be as rigid as professional kit. Great for occasional home use.

leeparsons11 h, 14 m ago

Wow did you? My gf got me one for £20 was £30


Wow did you? humadoon got one from aldi for 14 quid

SamBalmforth

The only noticeable difference is the tool tray, seems a little bigger on … The only noticeable difference is the tool tray, seems a little bigger on the Halfords model. Again, have a look round Aldi or Lidl, WAY cheaper than these prices and great quality.


Wow did you? My gf got me one for £20 was £30

I got one from aldi for 14 quid few months ago
Raleigh Steel Floor Pump With Gauge Silver £9.99 delivered @ Rutland cycling **price dropped**
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Raleigh Steel Floor Pump With Gauge Silver £10.99 with free postage just received an email from rutland Hope this helps someone seems a good deal

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I understand pumps can be cheaper but like anything it's worth investing in a known brand sometimes, this is a lower end pump but still more likely to last then a cheap one from other stores.
Edited by: "te721" 9th Jul

£9.99 for a floor pump, hand pump and puncture repair kit at B&M.

Yep my son broke the Aldi one within a month, still the tube came in handy for my ghetto tubeless pump. Edinburgh cycles always have these in their sale for a tenner. Mine is still going strong after 10+ years. The Aldi bike tool is poor too the chain breaker broke first use.

Topeak Joe Blow if you want to save yourself the hassle of buying a new one when this falls apart. I made the mistake with the Aldi cheap one.
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£5.99 in Aldi HERE
or
£9.99 for the premium HERE
Both are available instore, I got the £5.99 one yesterday in Killingworth store.
Scott Endurance Womens Short Sleeve Jersey Teaberry (reduced 80% off) £9.99 @ Rutland Cycling
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Seems like a really nice deal for a nice jersey. Unfortunately for me I'm not a woman but someone else might fancy one. Pink and Blue available in various sizes.

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le_jaeger

Where'd you get £80 from?


I would think that they thought the '80% off' in the title is supposed to be £80.00 RRP or something. Additionally, a good jersey is not the same as a t-shirt...

Thoughtful

£80 for a T shirt ? Seriously? No wonder they've got quite a few left to … £80 for a T shirt ? Seriously? No wonder they've got quite a few left to get rid of !



Where'd you get £80 from?

£80 for a T shirt ? Seriously? No wonder they've got quite a few left to get rid of !
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Batmobile543

Unfortunately I'm not a woman? Lol



Interesting use of question mark there.

Not a women but girlfriend is I think. ordered thank you.