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Oxford Aqua V 12 Waterproof Visibility Motorcycle Rucksack £25.98 delivered - Winstanleys Bikes
Found 8th MayFound 8th May
The Aqua V 12 is a fully waterproof, high visibility cycling rucksack with roll top closure and padded back panels. Designed to keep your luggage clean and dry, even in the wettest… Read more
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These are great bags. I'd say the V12 is big enough for a small laptop, towel and clothes.......if you are including shoes then I'd say the V20 is better. have them in stock, a little bit more expensive at £29.99 including free delivery


Is it large enough for a laptop towel and some clothes? Cheers


I have the smallest bag in orange and it's awesome, very well made.


Also have 20L version at reduced price and in stock:


Oos pre order only with no date!

Garmin Fenix 3 GPS Watch performer bundle including heart rate chest strap £245.99 @ Winstanley Bikes
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Great deal on this superb watch by Garmin by a reputable seller. Currently on Amazon for £400
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My forerunner strap needs replacing, have you found anything reasonably priced and decent quality?




This device is no longer receiving major updates. I personally wouldn't buy it, but each to their own. Decent enough price.




Yep, good price. Helps if you like red watch straps! Replacements from sub £10 (lower quality knock off) to £25+ for Garmin one.

Roux Vecors R7 Road bike Claris 2400 £299.98 @ Winstanley 50% off
Found 21st FebFound 21st Feb
User Whitebook ask section queried the Triban 100 for thoughts and had a nosey about what was available. Pointed him to decathlons 500se if he was tall, Merlins PR7 if short, th… Read more

Btw had a chance to take a closer look at that vitus - that is a nice bike at a good price - on par with the more pricey Fuji that has been posted today. The spyre brakes get mixed reports but are certainly one of the better mechanicals - myself I like the modulation I can feel under hydraulic though but adds weight. Plenty of bikers that would swear by rim brakes (cheaper) with good pads.


I appreciate that it's slightly out of scope for this thread, but I always recommend that anyone who is remotely mechanically savvy should at least consider buying used when it comes to bikes, especially if you are looking at something half decent. Bikes depreciate terrifyingly and where the original buyer will curse, the used buyer can rejoice in the glory of a bargain bicycle. Obviously, there are risks and pitfalls and I'm not recommending it for everyone, but if you know what you're doing, your money will go a lot, lot further and you'll end up with a far better steed to enjoy.


I would say it'd probably be fine. I'm 6'0'' and most 56cm frames are great for me so a 55 wouldn't be much different. Better to go small and put a longer stem on if necessary than the other way. On an entry level bike, most people are better going for the comfort of a shorter reach than a stretched out aero position that will do their back in on longer rides.


This is the chart for road bikes given from Evans cycles, albeit you could see if a cycle republic has an R8 in sizes you think and see how those feel which should be a fair comparision:


Hi. I am short 5 feet 5'.... Does 52 CM suit my height? Thanks.

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Giant Escape 3 2014  21" Bike £209.29 @ Winstanleys bikes
Found 19th FebFound 19th Feb
RRP £298.99. / 21" Built with an ALUXX aluminium frame and a wide range of easy-to-operate gearing, Escape is a fun, efficient way to leave your daily stresses behind. Its smooth-… Read more
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Need to point out too that Halford's given weights have a history on inaccuracy I've seen people report much lower weights that stated. Bikes vary a bit by frame size too. It's very hard to make any decisive points about the weights of their bikes same as the spec. The same subway has steel forks mentioned on the main description and aluminium on the spec section. I tend to take a magnet with me if bike shopping just so I can see where the steel and aluminium is which is often a lot more revealing than what the salesman says. My issue with bikes is the average weight of a man in the UK is about 82kg and some bikes like btwin only just cater for that average weight. As a heavy rider I tend to point this out especially when you read people getting back to cycling over 100kg and a btwin bike is recommended which is extremely dangerous. A carbon fork often has a warranty of 1 or 2 years where as steel can be lifetime. I tend to think that while you are above 85-90kg you should focus on a strong bike and below that you can enjoy a faster lighter bike like many of btwin's brilliant bikes around the £500 mark. The Giant and the Carrera Axle to me have low grade low quality drivetrains which I would always recommend to avoid however while passable for a road bike should never be fitted to a mountain bike. I don't like such drivetrains on BSO's or any other bike to be honest. Many years ago won an auction on ebay for a nearly new Kona Lanai (2004 model I think) it cost £300-330 instore but I paid something like £140 including delivery, I was 18 stone at the time. Many people had recommended the Kona even their entry level bikes and reviews were good. When I got the bike I was surprised just how terrible it was, at first I thought the components had been switched out to lower quality parts but no on checking everything was stock. Freewheel wobble, terrible forks, clicking bottom bracket, everything was just basic and low end. In fact sub £100 bikes had better components in a few places. The only thing that set it apart from similar bikes half its normal price was the rear derailleur being Altus. The rear wheel threads were so poorly machined that freewheel wobble was excessive and getting the gears to work properly was adjusting to very fine tolerances. The frame was generic and poor. I later learned that most big brands produce junk bikes at entry level purely to soak up consumers who stupidly buy by brand rather than product and I was one although paid a fair price for what I got but was expecting a bargain. At least with the Giant I suspect you will be getting a very decent frame not the case with the Lanai. Still today I see many big brands selling junk bikes for £300-400 with BSO components as mountain bikes. The same money will buy a decent entry level mountain bike at Halfords and Btwin. I was going to say Go Outdoors too but they don't seem to have any decent entry level bikes in their Calibre mountain bike range currently, they did a year or so ago.


Yep I know they are hence why I said can you imagine what it would weigh with hydraulics and suspension when the given approximate weight is 14.9kg for the subway 1. Lots of probabilities and lots of other things albeit struggle to see anything other than whimiscal notions in relevance to this cheap relatively light weight good value hybrid commuter bike beyond somebody being of a heavier set it may not be suitable. Not that I don' think you have some valid points just the majority, imo, may be suited to other more apt posts than this one, and unlike on steel vs carbon where we both clearly have opposite views I thought I'd join you on this one. Hope you didn't mind.


Front suspension shocks are normally heavier than rigid forks by some margin so there should be some weight saving with the subway but it depends on other parts. They aren't in the same price bracket as I pointed out but represent a similar configuration. Probably btwin have something to match the Giant although the frame will be likely much weaker and definitely lower rider weight limits.


Cycle republic (the dedicated bike subsidiary of Halfords) gives its approximate weight at 14.9 kg: Otherwise yes I am agreeing with you that it really isn't a hybrid other than in label and really should not be compared to a hybrid like the OP has posted for someone seeking a hybrid per say. That extra weight would though generate extra exercise. As for the Voodoo or Boardman they also are not quite in this price bracket when I last checked?


The Subway is a basically a rigid mountain bike, reinforced thicker frame, 27.5" wheels and all the stronger parts you expect of such a bike it only shaves off about 1kg against a hardtail mountain bike of similar components and price due to having rigid forks. Halfords call it a hybrid but it takes absolutely nothing from a road bike. You can pretty much see how it compares in weight just by looking at the similar equipped Carrera mountain bikes although saying that Halfords only give very approximate weights so actually you can't see the weight difference but it will be around 1kg I believe probably a bit less. The Subway 1 is sub 14kg and something like the Valour well over. Valour has V brakes instead of disc but similar apart from that. The Giant bike should be significantly lighter than Subway. The equivalent in the Halfords range is probably in the Voodoo or Boardman models but I don't think either range has any low end tourney drivetrain models like the Giant.

Bell Super 3R £139.99 @ Winstanley Bikes
Found 15th Aug 2017Found 15th Aug 2017
RRP is £199 - most retailers selling at £169.99. Absolute steel at £139.99 from Winstanley.

Hey, sorry if I came across that way - wasnt meaning to come across as defensive at all. Was just that when I went to check they had none of them in stock and didnt want to get peoples hopes up to find they then couldnt purchase was all.


Eh? Merlin are in stock of 2 of 5 colours in all sizes, fair comment if the colour you're after happens to be available...don't get so defensive


Yea Merlin have only a few colours and are entirely out of stock, winstanleysbikes has most in stock hence I posted them and not merlin :)


Also £10 cheaper at Merlin, though only a couple of colours


So this is selling for more than the RRP....? How is that a deal....? EDIT: The RRP is £199 not £119! :)

Park Tools Home Mechanic Repair Stand PCS-10 at Winstanley for £116.34
Found 10th Jun 2017Found 10th Jun 2017
Searched all over and cannot find this cheaper anywhere. Beats the most popular stores, i.e. ChainReactionCycles, EvanCycles, Wiggle, etc... -=Details=- The Park Home Mechanic R… Read more
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​I honestly cannot understand your comment... But I'm glad that you agree


Turn your bike upside down old school :3


I think you mean that park tools are the most over prices standard in bike tools, and their is better as most bike mechanic don't use park tools.


Park Tools are pretty much the gold standard in bike tools!


More like comparing a Aston Martin Cygnet to a Toyota IQ same car underneath but different bits

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CycleOps Magnus Smart Turbo Trainer £374.99 @ winstanleys bikes
Found 30th May 2017Found 30th May 2017
A bit of a bargain, be quick as winstanleys prices seem to fluctuate or they don't have much stock as I found with some oakleys recently. Only released towards the end of last year… Read more
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Is this model fully supported for Zwift 2-way ?


At 1500W, does the rear tyre not slip? With my current set up, anything above the difficulty 4/5 causes the tyre to slip all the time.

Bell Super 3R MIPS 2017 Helmet - £159.99 Delivered @ Winstanley Bikes
Found 7th Feb 2017Found 7th Feb 2017
these helmets are around £199 anywhere else at the min so grab a bargain Developed from the Super 2R, the 3R still features the removable chin bar for full adaptability to your ve… Read more

It's a good price for the one without the chin guard as well, I have the older super 2 helmet and it's been good so far. Quite adjustable, hasn't broken, camera mount is handy and it's easy to fit lights. I had the Scott mips helmet and the rear adjuster broke twice and the second time they couldn't supply a replacement which I wasn't impressed by and the helmet rib design made it more difficult to mount lights. I'm tempted to pick up a new one at this price as a spare although they all seem to be preorders?


​sounds like you need a good helmet as the sense has been knocked out of you


You chat nonsense 100% of the time...


"these helmets are around £199 anywhere else at the min so grab a bargain" Translated as this is the RRP and for just 40 notes less you can enjoy the look... MIPS is another unproven, in real world tests name that these manufacturers come up with. They are basically trying to claim that it is a new technology whilst conveniently ignoring all the helmets that they have CE certified as "safe" Pure marketing BS. The bottom line is you are wearing a bit of polystyrene / plastic that undoubtedly will reduce your injuries. If you land on it full force. The helmet debate is long and tedious from both far sides. A £160 MTB bicycle helmet getting "hot" makes me realise that I am equally wrong and right about the users of this site. HAHA!


Want one... Do I need one..? Much cheaper than chin / teeth reconstruction... SOLD!! Cheers OP!

GT GTS Elite 2014 Bike @ winstanleybikes £599.99 was £1049.99
Found 2nd Dec 2016Found 2nd Dec 2016
GT GTS Elite 2014 Bike Frame: GTR alloy frame with smooth welds, hydroformed (TT,DT), full eyelets Fork: GTR Carbon 1 1/8" threadless alum steerer Cranks: FSA Gossomer Compac… Read more

not really a hot deal. was never worth that to start with.


Not worth the new asking price either! Way overpriced


Good price, but never worth the original asking price!


Good winter bike if it does have the full eyelets it mentions. Stick some SKS chromoplastics on and you're good to go. Just make sure the cup and cone hub bearings are serviced after winter.

Genesis Croix De Fer 30 hydraulic disc braked cyclocross bike - £999.99 @ Winstanleys Bikes
Found 15th Nov 2016Found 15th Nov 2016
A "cyclocross/adventure/road/gravel/touring" bike with Shimano hydraulic brakes and 105 all round. Well specced and very well made. In just under the cycle-to-work scheme limit. Th… Read more

Just bought one of these, can't believe theyre still in stock at this price. The groupset with brakes and rotors alone is nearly £600 on the best deal.


Looks like CardboardCutout has an answer for you. Does it? My friend has some raceblades, and I couldn't see why they wouldn't fit. Is it the front or back. All mudguards seem to be a pain in some way or other. I think 18-23 means for skinnier tyres I thing, but should "fit" even if not covering the tyres completely.


Thank you for taking the time to come back to me. I am very new to this biking lark, so please excuse my ignorance. No change to set up, so still have 35 mm tyres on bike. The raceblades are sks raceblade 700c 18-23. I presume I have bought to small. What size do I need?


All you need is a longer 35mm bolt and a 20mm spacer so the front stays can clear the disk brake caliper


You don't say exactly why the raceblades won't fit. Nor which tyres you have on. I am the OP, and on the 2016 CDF30 the crud products roadracer mk3 fit without issues with the original 35mm tyres. They are roughly the limit for those mudguards, and the person behind you will still get a little sidespray from the wideness of the tyres, otherwise they're pretty good with careful fitment (and super easy to remove later). I got mine from Merlin just before Christmas at 31 pounds something.

Get out this summer with a Tandem £299.99 @ Winstanleys bikes
Found 22nd Jul 2016Found 22nd Jul 2016
Zoom Viking Companion Tandem 2013 Bike Viking Companion Tandem 2013 Bike Please note: In store collection or UK delivery only. Frame: 26” Wheel Hi-Tensile Tandem Frame Fork: … Read more

wheelie good offer


No space Orelse would have definitely bought one


Tandem bikes...for when normal bikes aren't dangerous enough (_;)


​depends who's on it.


How much does this bike weigh?

FSA RD488 Wheelset 50mm Tubular £300 delivered @ Winstanley Bikes
Found 4th Jun 2016Found 4th Jun 2016
Could be a nice deal for someone looking for deep section tubs, though at this price I'm guessing you might be tempted to try tubs out to see what the fuss is about. Shimano 10 sp… Read more
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looking for rear mtb wheel deal if any knows of one thanks


Aero wheels don't come cheap these are a good deal. I bought these from Planet X Can't tell you how good they are, even on crosswinds they are just about right. Often Planet X have sales on these or similar, worth keeping an eye on them.

Giant Defy 4 (2015)  road bike (large frame only) £349.99 @ Winstanleys.
Found 20th May 2016Found 20th May 2016
Rutland appear to have cleared stock at a similar price, but they've sold out now. This seems to be the best price for a Defy 4 by some margin. The Defy 5, which appears to be… Read more

Wouldn't be a fan of old rental stock personally, they will claim its been serviced before sale but there will be no guarantee on how worn the parts are.


I'm in the market for a road bike, but I found a local hire place that sells off previous years bikes for half price or less off current retail. Lot's of treks for £450, my dad got a top of the line trek more than 900 quid off and it was as new condition. If others are on the cheap bike hunt it's well worth checking out your local bike hire places to see if they are selling old stock.


its gone - that was quick oO


The frame on the Defy is superb for the price, had many, many Giants and never been disappointed with any of them, probably the best value brand on the market.


He meant it's the same price as the Giant, not the Triban 3.

Giant Contact SL Switch Dropper Seatpost (100mm, 125mm, 150mm) for mountain bike - £119.99 @ Winstanley Bikes
Found 28th Apr 2016Found 28th Apr 2016
2016 version of the Giant Contact SL dropper seat post with cable remote. Comes in 100mm, 125mm or 150mm drop versions for the same price. Only in the popular 30.9mm diameter, but … Read more
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They are a great bit of kit, only problem I have had is the cable kinked as they guy I bought the bike from left the cable too long, trimmed it and bled ( really easy ) offical bleed kits are expensive but epic bleed solutions have cheap kits ( also have them for brakes )


Haha, sorry mate :) The 100mm was in stock yesterday when I bought my 125mm, today it shows "available for preorder", which sounds better than "out of stock"... Hopefully the demand will be met :)


Damnit! I've been holding off on posting this - I want one, can't afford it this month, wasn't going to post this up here and have it go out of stock! I guess you've forced my hand, got to order it now.


Compared with other droppers: I could get a Reverb hydraulic one, but got scared by the high maintenance cost stories from users (official reviews tend to be glowing).


Wow, just watched that video, I had no idea this technology even existed! 0:47 is the jaw dropper!

Garmin edge 520 bundle (includes hrm and speed/cadence sensor) £219.99 @ Winstanleys Bikes
Found 26th Mar 2016Found 26th Mar 2016
Best price I could find for this bundle given most others are selling for around 250 mark.



It's £234.99 now :-( can someone let me know if this changes.


Best price I could find (especially as I needed to buy new sensors anyway). Heat and purchase made.


Great Price, voted hot.


​Decent one I'll give you! But most pros I've found use the 800.

Saracen Tenet 3 2015 Bike £399 @ Winstanleys Bikes
Found 9th Mar 2016Found 9th Mar 2016
Saracen Tenet 3 2015 Bike Looks like a good deal for a winter bike or commuting bike Spec's:- Frame: Tenet road 6061 Lightweight Hydroformed Alloy tubing / disc / mudguard … Read more
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Found some wheel upgrades if anyone else fancies some! :)


:) After buying my first road bike Felt F95 ( ) and being bitten (hard) by the cycling bug ( it now looks like this: ) I look at shop bought bikes in a completely new light. But with the Saracen for a very good bike I would have only changed the wheels and brakes - which is a lot more than can be said for a lot of other shop bikes out there. Yeah but it's gumtree - you need to inflate prices a little bit as the offers that come in are sometimes ludicrous! I'm sure he'd accept £350.


This guy trying to sell for what he paid with the usual 2nd hand lie "originally £££ "


still got an absolutely bargain you're not wrong nathb, I think I'm probably just trying to convince myself I did the right thing leaving it, lol :)


Yes, disc brakes will more than likely be the standard on the road bikes - particularly now the UCI have allowed them on the pro bikes. I should imagine this won't be the end of rim brakes though (particularly TT bikes). Unfortunately on the vast majority of shop bought bikes there are always compromises on the kit. This isn't limited to the sub £1000 bikes either - I was browsing Pinarello's store the other looking at the kit on multiple £000 bikes to find a £3k? one with some £100 fulcrum wheels on! Likewise the tenet has compromised on wheels and also brakes. But as I have mentioned above the brakes can be rectified for £42 (Avid BB7s) and I've just bought some Fulcrum Racing Sport Disc wheels for my commuter for £115 (or there are Racing 5 discs now for £250). Add those to the Tenet and you've still got an absolutely bargain of a bike for £557 / £692.

2015 De Rosa 888 Superking Ultegra 50% off £1799.99 @ Winstanley Bikes
Found 12th Jan 2016Found 12th Jan 2016
Well aware this won't suit all people but as far as I can this is a steal for a handmade Italian carbon bike. Frame: De Rosa Superking Carbon Fork: De Rosa Superking Carbon Cranks… Read more

Yes please but in adult size. Oh and only if someone else pays. They would be getting a bargain though.


Yes it's a steal at this price..... For the bike thief that is...


That much dough for a bike?


Beautiful bike, but does come in a matchbox?


Depends on exact geometry but somewhere under 5ft

Giant Anthem 2 27.5 2015 Bike @ Winstanley Bikes - £1149.99
Found 28th Dec 2015Found 28th Dec 2015
Really good trail/cross country bike for the cash. Same price at JE James, but then the next cheapest is around £1500'ish. RRP is £1899.99 - saving is £749.00 Only Small and Med… Read more

price match and all sizes on


Good man - thank you ... hard to believe a deal like this only gets +1%


There you go, put this thread into +ve heat! This bike is a deal for those in the know and close to Giant wholesale (pre clearance price drop) price.


Minus 1 laughing out loud.. Clueless hukd as always, I put in a request with admin to setup a new category for cycling/outdoor/sporting goods, if items like this have a unique section, then cold voters may avoid voting and true deals will stand out.. Worth adding some commentary to get the views across


Yep, cant fault any of that!!! Same with anything else, people who aren't in the market for the item, still click just to slate it..... ridiculous really!! But whatever, this is a nice bike at a good price, you did your bit :)