Shimano Deore Mountain Bike Groupset Sale Brakes, shifters, front/rear dérailleur chain, cassette £109.99 @ merlin cycles Monday deals
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Shimano Deore Mountain Bike Groupset Sale Brakes, shifters, front/rear dérailleur chain, cassette £109.99 @ merlin cycles Monday deals

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Found 14th Sep 2015
Yes you can buy a bike at tesco for this price, but if you want to ride off road, deore is a great starting point, and this deal gets quaity m615 brakes £60-70, casette £20, rear derailleur £30, front derailleur £18 , chain £12, shifters £50-65

Shimano Mountain Bike Groupsets
EXCLUDES Chainset, BB and Rotors
Limited stock of Shimano Mountain bike groupsets without the chainset, bottom bracket or rotors at a greatly reduced clearance price.

Groupset Options:

Deore M610 Triple with Disc Brakes
Deore M615 Double with Disc Brakes
Groupset contents & Specifiaction

Deore M610 Disc Brake: Rear Derailleur, Front Derailleur (For Triple use), chain, cassette (11-36), Front & Rear Disc Brakes, Gear Levers

Deore M615 Disc Brake: Rear Derailleur, Front Derailleur (For double use), chain, cassette (11-36), Front & Rear Disc Brakes, Gear Levers

Note:

As the groupsets don't come with the chainset they can be used double or triple as long as you change the front derailleur.
Rear derailleur is the non shadow + type
Front derailleur is the conventional model
Not supplied with rotors
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11 Comments
Good find, well worth the money.
I'm not really up to speed with MTB groupsets.

I know that it goes Sora, Tiagra, 105, Ultegra and Dura Ace for the road bike setup, but is there a similar pecking order for mtb?

105 is known as the "work horse" of the Shimano Road line, and is generally the best vale for money. Is there similar in the mtb side of things?
buddn07

I'm not really up to speed with MTB groupsets. I know that it goes Sora, … I'm not really up to speed with MTB groupsets. I know that it goes Sora, Tiagra, 105, Ultegra and Dura Ace for the road bike setup, but is there a similar pecking order for mtb?105 is known as the "work horse" of the Shimano Road line, and is generally the best vale for money. Is there similar in the mtb side of things?



Yes and I think people would agree that Deore/SLX is the MTB equivalent of Tiagra/105 if you want to look at it that way. This seems like a good deal if anyone is looking to replace their entire entry level groupset.
Original Poster
For shimano SLX is probably the workhorse of the MTB world and the 105 equivalent,
Deore is one down but really the entry level off-road MtB gearing

Tourney, Altus, acera, Alivio, deore, slx, xt, xtr (also zee and Saint are Downhill bike top end)
If your buying a new shop bought hardtail ( ie front suspension only) bike £300 price range tends to be acera/alivio
£700-800+bikes will have a mix of SLx, deore and possibly a XT rear dérailleur

Totally agree with bargain punter, this is the deal to upgrade an entry level mtb and give the gearing a good upgrade, the disc brakes on this set actually came on my mates whyte 905 (£1500 bike)
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 15th Sep 2015
Original Poster
For shimano SLX is proBably the workhorse of the MTB world and 105 equivalent,
Deore is one down

Alivio, deore, slx, xt, xtr also zee and Saint are higher end too
slx is worth paying more for especially the cassette the deore cassette is very heavy and the shifters look cheap.the deore brakes though are fantastic once you change the pads to sintered.i have the deore brakes on one bike and slx brakes on the other and the deores feel better.
As a novice in bike maintenance, how is is this this to do. I'm not a DIY muppet but I never touch my roadbikes, just clean the chain etc.
Original Poster
comeonglos

As a novice in bike maintenance, how is is this this to do. I'm not a DIY … As a novice in bike maintenance, how is is this this to do. I'm not a DIY muppet but I never touch my roadbikes, just clean the chain etc.


The brakes to fit will be simple, hydraulic cables may need shortening, watch a YouTube video and see if you feel confident, ( I would recommend a new Stanley blade to cut the cable, the casette again is very simple to fit if you have the right tool,
it sounds like you.ll need a local bike shop (lbs) to fit the derailleurs, correct length chain and setup the cable and gearing, my local shop would charge in the range of £25-30 I reckon, not all bike shops will fit customer bought components

Please note this is a mtb groupset not for a road bike

Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 15th Sep 2015
Hmm brakes that are cheaper than my car, wait I don't understand, surely bikes that cost over £50 are a total waste of money, but I can't work out how the brakes are so cheap. Damn cyclists you nasty. You do some confusing sh%^t
Original Poster
fishmaster

Hmm brakes that are cheaper than my car, wait I don't understand, surely … Hmm brakes that are cheaper than my car, wait I don't understand, surely bikes that cost over £50 are a total waste of money, but I can't work out how the brakes are so cheap. Damn cyclists you nasty. You do some confusing sh%^t


WTF ?? have u been overbuying on the hukd offered vodka
whatyadoinsucka

WTF ?? have u been overbuying on the hukd offered vodka



I'm sure some one will understand the comment based on previous cycle deals
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