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Yeti SB4.5 C-Series XT-SLX 29er Mountain Bike 2018 - Trail Full Suspension MTB £3419.99 @ tredz
Found 3rd NovFound 3rd Nov
Save an extra 10% off this Bike today. Use Code: CYCLE10 If works could potentially be £3420 not sure how long voucher is valid for Fast, efficient and confident on every trail.… Read more

No room for a water bottle it’s a no from me (lol) (popcorn) (party)


California ones (lol) (lol) (lol)


OP should add that this would be for trade in only


what kind of winters is it designed for?


Nice bike but not the best design for British winters though (fierce)

Rocky Mountain altitude carbon full suspension (with SLX/Xt fox36 & transfer dropper) down to £2519.99 @ tredz
Found 27th OctFound 27th Oct
Use code save10 Well specces Rocky Mountain with more suspension than you’ll ever need Fox 36 fox transfer dropper and slx/xt kit

A man can dream , if only


Ps I’d be more than happy to ride this bike at this event as is, I’m not sure a Tesco value bike would survive, although I did see a few halford bikes on the day


@inquisitor as with all things in life you can pay £10-£xxxxx, some people may spend far too much to over compensate for their lack of skills or personality.. The triangle in cycling is lightweight /money / strength pick two. Yep I’ve never been into cars so yes as you say I can afford to spend what other people spend on new or leased cars, I try to sell this argument to my FIL he spends £250 a month on a new car, but he baulks at me buying a £3,000 bike that I’ll ride and look after for far longer than 12 months Ps. In terms of spec and rating I’d say the carbon frame is top end, some of the componentry is middle range , Black Stantions on the forks are high spec performance, but fox factory with kashima gold would be top top end. The drivetrain and brakes are good even very good, but you can get better. Trickshot brakes £350-400 an end, top end sram eagle drivetrain £1000 The wheels are pretty basic to keep the RRP down a good set of wheels could set you back another £1000-1500


Hmm again looking pragmatically why it's so expensive, mechanically; you can get better performance from car hydraulics for alot less price. You can get carbon fiber at that quality "modulus" cheaper in rackets and golf for alot cheaper. I'm not sure about chains, bearings and cable, no experience on those. I sense the cost is mainly the lack of scale to the sport. Not many will pay for these components at consumer/Pro-sumer level and competition society doesn't sound that big to drive the manufacturing scale. Basically what I'm saying is your paying over the odd because its been made by guys in a shed. Rather than fully automated manufacturing. :/ Or if that's not the case it's heavy marketing not huge amount of tech involved... Similar to snowboards :|


Interesting, you can afford/recommend a 2.5k push bike but not even had a beemer in your life.. Hmm. We are very different people. Forgive my ignorance, this is an expensive bike to go downhill fast? What you are paying for? Does it help with silky smooth transitions on jumps and bumps etc. This is competition/professional level? In mountain biking; Is it a case like golf/racket sports/cameras where you pay more to compensate for lack of skill? Or is it like football boots/skiing/snowboarding where its fashion over function? Or is it like cars where you get the 3 triangles, performance/money/reliability, pick two. (ie Ford focus vs Caterham, similar price but greatly different cars).

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Orbea Laufey 27+ H30 27.5" Mountain Bike 2018 - Hardtail MTB £899.99 at  Tredz
Found 10th OctFound 10th Oct
I'm looking to buy a new mountain bike, this looks OK for the money. The Orbea Laufey H30 is a mountain bike that is built for more challenging trails. With 130mm of RockShox sus… Read more

Thanks bonzobanana


This marketing information is a bit annoying. Hydroformed: We manipulate the shapes and wall-thickness of our aluminium tubing to increase strength and resistance to unwanted flex. Many of the tubes are butted to save weight in the middle of the tubes, away from the stress of the joints and weld zones. Using aluminium technologies as advanced as our carbon manufacturing ensures our aluminium bikes are never second best. According to information online Orbea buys bare frames from the far east and paints them themselves and the lower end bikes are assembled in Portugal and the more expensive models in Spain. So the far east frame manufacturer does the above. Also hydroforming of aluminium tubes is done by just about every manufacturer of aluminium frames for exactly the same reasons. Almost all frames except the very, very cheapest have butting. I tried to find out which type of aluminium the frame uses but couldn't see it on the Orbea site so assume nothing special probably 6061. I haven't done the calculations to see if its a good price for the components included. On face value it doesn't look particularly great value for what you are getting but I could be wrong.


Better components and fork and the shape looks better, also it’s a boost so can fit the wider 2.8 tyres, but double the price think you’d need to ride them to work out that , I know which would be more fun


I would wait until the new Vitus sentier's come out if you're looking for a great value hardtail


Is the Orbea much better than the Voodoo Bizango??

Upto 75% off bike clothing, lights and accessories eg Blackburn Front Light was £16.99 now £4.50, Pitbull lock & cable was £52.99 now £23.98 @ Tredz
Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Good time to be buying now as the new seasons gear is out so get a bargain on the old seasons. I always buy this time of year as the other half commutes to work on his bike and I a… Read more

Thanks OP, got the Blackburn lights (front one at 75 Lumens is stronger than I need for commuting in London) but can't fault it at £4.50!


Tredz are also doing the OnGuard Brute for similar. This is a 16mm as opposed to the 14mm but doesn't come with a cable. Decent prices across the range! I've got the Kryptonite New York Fahgettaboudit Mini which is ace. However, luckily I no longer live in London and commute to a secure site so my spidey-sense is dialled right down.


Ah the one I have is 14mm (see here: I wrote one of the reviews but just noticed I've only had the lock 4 years, not the 5 years I stated above. But yes, you can get locks that should be even more secure but they usually weigh more, cost more, or both. For me, the above lock has sufficient security (I think it's Gold standard) and still be convenient enough for everyday use. And a very reasonable price of course! But everyone's requirements and budgets are different.


Read the ops comments hence my comment, being smart I bought mine in spring early summer (strong)


Only 13mm though. I'd be wary of using it as a primary lock on anything worth a few bob. This is a fantastic no-nonsense list of the top locks you can get. Well worth bookmarking:

GT Avalanche Elite Hardtail Mountain Bike £449.99 @ Tredz
Found 12th SepFound 12th Sep
Great bike on a budget, air forks with remote lockout, 10 speed deore, really good value. Hard to find something 10 speed with air forks at this price.

Maybe an effect of the Halford's takeover. As much as I like Halford's bikes for great value when discounted especially, their customer service seems hit and miss to say the least going by accounts on the Internet. I've used Tredz for small orders recently. Maybe 2 or 3 orders this year. Each time I choose them because they had the best price and I made use of their £5 off £30 code often making orders of pretty much £30. I got the orders ok and well packed but they take about 3-4 days longer than their competitors to get to me. I pretty much shop by price only using companies with known poor customer service but still find your experience totally unacceptable because I know I would be frustrated to be locked in to their company like that.


I agree . I won't be shopping with them again . Looking at reviews online, they used to be really good but recently there is a lot of negative . I will be sure to add one more .


That's pretty disgusting behaviour. They should not have processed the voucher unless they were sure they had stock as per the order. Definitely very disappointing customer service to say the least.


Thanks . They weren't that helpfull really , and the most they offered was £20 off , I got the Orbea MX 40 29er in the end which has similar specs but without as good forks for the same price . I would of gone elsewhere but they cashed my C2W voucher so I could only buy from them or cancel the voucher and start the applying process again (which my employer only does 2 times a year and I might of missed it ).All together I would avoid this company in future and probably leave a not so great review . Ps they still haven't taken this bike off their website so beware anyone with a C2W voucher


I Just went through their website for you and unfortunately for the same spec you're looking at £650. You'd hope they'd help you out with a decent amount of store credit towards it Alternatively see if they'll give you the 2019 version Its the same spec as the 2018 version (same bike with a different paint job)

Cube Stereo 140 Race Tredz - £1599
Found 9th SepFound 9th Sep
Great deal for a carbon bike with Shimano XT/SLX groupset. I think the code for the extra £150 is only until midnight tonight.

Looking at TopCashback site Tredz states there is £150 off bikes in this price range on their recycle scheme,handy if you don't have funds to take advantage of the midnight close of the £150 discount which ends at midnight.


Great price with decent components.


The weight seems okay, probably lighter wheels/tyres would make a significabmnt differebce though. Just out of curiousitu, is yours a compareable full suspention mid travel (140/150mm) bike?


13.6kg - yikes, heavier than my Alloy framed MTB

Sealskinz Ultra Grip Road Long Finger Gloves £18.14 Delivered w/code @ Tredz
Found 6th SepFound 6th Sep
These look a good price for the AW17 version. There's S-XL in stock and a size guide just to the top right of the size selection area if you're not sure. Probably ideal now that th… Read more

Always used to be free until this year ;(


OFP4CJG8 £5 off £30 spend


Free delivery on all orders voer £20

Endura Windchill Long Finger Mens Cycling Gloves (S,XL,XXL Black) £12.43 + £2.99 delivery (free on £20 spend) @ TREDZ or £11.99 CRC (XS,S,XXL Blue)
Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
i ordered 2 pairs yesterday and they shipped today, use code B2MR4T for a £5 off £30 spend decent price on gloves Cold fingers reduce control, so keep them warm with the Endura … Read more
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Ordered a pair, useful for spring/autumn rides hopefully. Had to get XXL, seems my hands are bigger (or fatter) than I thought! Went for a CamelBak big chill insulated bottle to get free postage.


Drove to work or got cold hands (lol)


What did you do if got - minus, my commute is 30 mins


Used them for a ten minute commute most days last year were more than enough. Wouldn't stand up to minus temperatures for long but good at the bottom end of the scale without getting something too bulky/padded


Ordered, thanks

Endura Shark Cycling Glasses - 3 Lens Set - £17.79 Delivered @ Tredz
Found 3rd AugFound 3rd Aug
The Endura Shark cycling glasses are slick, wrap around eyewear with 3 high definition, low distortion interchangeable lenses. Lightweight, adjustable, vented and with 100% UV prot… Read more
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£2.99 at Screwfix


Bolle safety glasses from amazon at about £6-7. Bargain glasses perfect for cycling.


Why won’t anyone think of the pupils?


Please, protect your eyes won't you.

Giant ATX 2 Hardtail Mountain bike 2018 - £298.99 @ Tredz
Found 25th JulFound 25th Jul
I'm on the look out for a mountain bike, came across this. Hopefully it's a deal as I don't really know much about bikes. I asked around and looked up some reviews which were all p… Read more

The best thing about Giant and Merida is their frame manufacturing quality and technology. They are market leaders but the logistics of selling through bicycle dealers etc is no where as cost effective as a direct manufacturer to retail operation like Halfords, Go Outdoors and Decathlon where the retailer itself buys direct from the factory. A Carrera bike at halfords can often have the same components as a Giant bike 50% or even 100% more expensive. A Carrera model here with a decent drivetrain with strong freehub based rear wheel and completely usable off road without issues. However saying that you do get many offers on bikes that bring them down to around £300 with decent components from other sources. Halfords tend to be always offering something very decent for low money whereas its a rarity for most other bike shops. It's normally when a model is unpopular and they are genuine clearance models. Halfords have something like 40% of the UK bike market by volume and buy huge amounts of bikes. While Halfords frame's may not be quite as cutting edge as Giant or Merida they are very decent and very strong albeit possibly at the expense of a little weight. Fairly sure they use fuji-ta frames same as many big brands like Cannondale. Cannondale in comparison has to pay for brand marketing, sponsorship, wholesaler and dealer margins and often the high volume sales of their cheaper models subsidises their high end innovative models which promote the brand's technology but sell in low volumes and are often unprofitable even at the high retail price because of those R&D costs. They are also have to reimburse retailers for warranty work.


Not in my experience. 29 just doesn't match the agility of 27.5 in most cases. Yes a road bike would be best for commuting but that's all you can really do with it.


I would be fascinated to see a £300-ish retail bike that is genuinely able to do what you’ve said there. At this price point Giant / Merida just have more purchasing power and better components and more important finish generally available. I want to be stood corrected, however.


No it isn’t. The turning circle is more to do with the geometry. A slacker bike is harder to do tight switchback turns on. 29er wheels are heavier but better on rough ground. If you are commuting get a 700c.


Nothing beats the feeling of passing people on there five grand bikes on my second hand Trek DS. It’s all about leg mind power!.

OnGuard Pitbull DT Shackle U-Lock Plus Cable - Gold Sold Secure £23.98 (plus more in OP) @ Tredz
Refreshed 24th JulRefreshed 24th Jul
Bought this lock along with my cycle to work scheme bike. Not only is it a superb D-Lock but you also get the added cable. Comes with Gold Sold Secure rating. a bit more technical… Read more
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Juat got mine. No one's taking your bike with this lock.


damn i've been using that for the last 3 years (horror)


If you signup to their mailing list you get a £5 off voucher (valid in £30 minimum spend)


"Sorry, the ECWJ2R promotion code is inactive"


Thanks OP.

Endura Xtract II Short Sleeve Cycling Jersey AW17 £14.99 delivered @ Tredz
Refreshed 4th JulRefreshed 4th Jul
Very good for these, from my experience with Endura products they have always been good quality and well worth picking up when you get offers like this come around. Been a little c… Read more

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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’