What are the two types? I am new to the bike thing
Always use two types of lock. doesn't matter which single one you go for it still is not enough so this is good one to go with another lock.
Isn't this 14mm shackle, compared to 16mm or 18mm Kryptonite?
Same price on ebay right now (with free delivery). 10 left: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/152989406582
I got this on ebay a while back for a similar price
No stock left of this jersey.
Well no there’s no comparison in what Ive said to your dribble, it depends on where you ride, as to scenery against your clothing, which is something you have negated to think about. Here’s an extract from an actual experiment carried out to exactly this (but hey if everyone else says so then you must be right) Similar to the results of experiment 1, in urban environments the reflective and white clothing provided an advantage to the detection of the PTW, while in the inter-urban environment the black outfit presented an advantage
Pot . Kettle . Anyway the overwhelming majority of people would disagree with you . Anyway I'm off out on my bike . Have a nice weekend
Yup...better than spouting off dribble without having a basis for your ‘facts’
Thank you for the tip on the safety glasses,picked them up for driving as my usual aviators don't provide as much side coverage. I sound like a woman wary of showing off too much (lol)
If you're shopping at this cheap end of the market, just get some safety glasses, like these for £6.50. Bolle CONTPSF Contour Safety Glasses - Smoke https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0024R0U3O/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_2yJlBbZKJFEVY I used these for 2 years on a London commute, comforting knowing they're ballistic tested too.
I saw that info reading a customer review on the website.
i never reads that, weird. i stick to garmin for GPS, a mate 3 years ago said buy once pay more. he was right.
Weird u can only recharge it a set amount of times before the battery needs removing and replacing. It was look promising till I read that
Cheers sucka, heated and bought (y)
Who knows? maybe I got good taste nah jus weird ( maybe ) lol
nothing for those that dont have massive inflated bonces?
It’s all about style, chum.
Why must it match/coordinate?
But does she have a chip on her shoulder?
Will it fit a girl ? She does not have a potato head
My head is actually bigger than a potato :/
Do these helmets come in Purple
Called Polaris, but not polarised? Cold! ;) Also gone up to £24.99
Bought these from Halfords last time they were on offer. http://www.halfords.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductMobileDisplay?catalogId=10151&langId=-1&categoryId=228883&productId=977845&storeId=10001
JUST checked, doesn't look like acomfy fit
Sam reduced to £2.99 in Screwfix. No more Chinese crap
Always had cheap AliExpress glasses, can't say no at this price, heat ;)
That’s made my day. Incredible.
check out this supreme, ikea, SI, gucci colab bucket hat (party) https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Supreme-Box-logo-Ikea-Stone-Island-Gucci-BUCKET-HAT/132599717516
Nice. Beats the £120 Supreme were charging for their Fox collaboration.
https://www.tredz.co.uk/.Fox-Clothing-Rawcus-Short-Sleeve-Tech-Tee-AW17_111154.htm Large or XL same price
I looked at FitBit alternatives a while ago, but in terms.s of app, nothing seems to even compare.
Techradar review: OUR VERDICTThe Mio Slice has tried to take a different approach to the fitness tracker market, ditching steps counting in favor of the heart rate-based PAI metric. Despite this, it still falls into all the same pitfalls, with an ugly design and a basic app that lacks insight. FOREngaging new way of tracking fitnessAccurate steps and distance monitoringReally encourages you to be active AGAINSTBoring, uncomfortable designApp isn’t the deepestHeart rate sensor not always on point
yeah i've used them before for spare parts to shimano bits. evans cycles also have a few deals on fox tees too https://www.evanscycles.com/search/offers-category?text=fox+tech+tee&sort=price_inc_vat
Cool, well when they’re on it they’re fine, just so infuriating when they just keep you hanging...just one too many times for me. Check out SJS cycles if you want some hope stuff, have used them a couple of times
yeah i know what you mean i'm waiting on some hope brake adaptors, been a few weeks since ordering already, it seems tredz order hope on demand, i ordered rawcus jersey above and it despatched within 2 days, hoping the postman delivers today
Given up on tredz, had several issues where they say they have stock when they don’t. Latest was waiting for nearly a month, x3 emails putting date back, ended up cancelling, not even an apology
Heat added - thanks for sharing @prolou82 :D
£25.89 if you add this to the cart https://www.tredz.co.uk/.Baradine-Hayes-HFX-Promax-Organic-Disc-Brake-Pads_51885.htm and use code ECWJ2R your welcome
And colours that even Mr Motivator would be a bit like "Err, no thanks!"
Basically £5 safety glasses with a tinted lens
also squeaky voice thrown in for free... (y)
Hah that’s the first thing I thought. Spidey suit on a budget (lol)
Thanks - does the red one have "Cannondale" printed on the arms - I can see the print on the green version in the pic but not the red (hoping it doesn't, but I expect it does!)
this has got my spider senses tingling for sure
Showing 37queens heads
Device name is Meilan X1 if that helps, doesn't seem like there's a website to go with it.
Any chance of a link to one of those, sounds interesting
If it's one that does that for the idiots that refuse to "dip" their headlights for a mere cyclist, I hope so!
That's mainly down to how it's angled. The average car puts out about 2000 lumens per lamp. Far brighter than most bike lights. This is 'only' 300lm albeit true lumens probably, not ebay ones!
Is that one blinds car drivers because some are way too bright
To 'sweeten' you up eh? How on earth can you leave a bad review when they give away free haribo!? Even after watching the video explaining the tools i'm still clueless haha
Came today, seems good quality. Came with some mini bags of haribo too
I have that tool kit (got it in another offer £30). I didn't get to used everything, but what I used seemed very durable and easy to use. This tool kit is much cheaper than getting the components separately (obviously), just the chain whip and the cassette lock ring can be that much. I saw 2 things that could be improved (so far). The levers are very big and I find it difficult to used them (I always end up using my small parktool ones) and the spoke wrench rounded up 3 spoke nuts in my wheel (although that may be just me not having enough patience).
Went through as %2 of purchase minus VAT
Have an older kit that is similar but is missing the chainring spanner but they regularly go on ebay auction from a chinese seller and manage to pick one up for 30p delivered. I bought the Halfords essential tool kit for £10 when it was on offer (another hotukdeals item) and that one looked like the Aldi version. Anyway the only difference between this one and many of the older bike toolkits appears to be the chainring spanner for actual tools although don't know if there is a difference in quality for the tools themselves. This one looks about the same quality as mine, neither better or worse. Plastic tyre levers can often break and metal ones can leave marks. The best ones are the metal core plastic covered type. I can't tell by looking at them what these are but they are much larger than the one's in my set and look like they could have a steel plate insert for strength with plastic moulded around it.
For £24.99 think it's worth it for at least a couple years use - https://helmets.org/replace.htm
Manufacturers recommend replacing helmet after a certain amount of years, a money spinner yes but also safety for degradation of materials. Whether the clock starts from manufacture date or purchase I’m not sure, but with a 2016 helmet that clock is ticking :/
I have a load of stuff in my basket (waiting for cycle to work scheme voucher) I applied the code and it knocked £75 off although it does say "doesn't work for cube items" .. will see if I get the voucher before code ends ..... :(
Like I mentioned before "terms and conditions apply" but it works on Merida brand, they good bikes too! Hope that help
looking at a Cube bike but the codes won't work for that brand ..:(
I use both, agree crc wiggle have better returns, but tredz have the 10% codes and £5 off £30 spends
I have used Tredz and found them very backwards! Poor product knowledge and a terrible returns process! Chain reaction is my go to, free returns...makes a difference!
Voted hot as it's not electric.
Voted cold as it's not electric.
Yeah, and I bet their mums are cross when they get home too! (shock)
ALways puzzled me but why do most mountain bikers not put mud guards on their bikes. I see them often with mud splattered up there back and legs. Is it some sort of fashion statement? Surely the few ounces that a mud guard weighs can't be the answer or maybe it is!
I have an £1800 wheelies insurance voucher (paet otlf tredz). Any recomend a good hybrid mtb?