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Zefal Bike Frame Protection Stickers £6.99 @ Amazon (plus shipping for non-prime) - cheapest price ever!

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Posted 20th Feb

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Zefal Bike Frame Protection stickers are currently at their lowest ever price according to the three camels. These stickers are ideal for protecting your bike's frame from chips and scratches etc. I need some for my top-tube as my bike chain is located there and without protection, the chain will wear the paint away.

Zefal say:
  • Skin Armour gives your bike high-resistance frame protection against impacts and scratches
  • High resistance - no rips, non-crack and secure attachment
  • UV resistant & waterproof - wont peel of in extreme weather conditions
  • Glue Shield technology - easy to install. High-resistance adhesive
  • Invisible so won't harm the aesthetics of the frame
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It may be cheaper to buy some helicopter tape. As it comes in roll you will be able to cut it to the exact/specific size of your frame.
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Putting these on my winter road bike.
It may be cheaper to buy some helicopter tape. As it comes in roll you will be able to cut it to the exact/specific size of your frame.
Amazing price.
lpoolck20/02/2020 06:43

It may be cheaper to buy some helicopter tape. As it comes in roll you …It may be cheaper to buy some helicopter tape. As it comes in roll you will be able to cut it to the exact/specific size of your frame.


Cheaper to put sellotape or toilet tissue paper but it will look bad I’m not putting helicopter tape on a £3K bike! If it was a pub bike maybe.
jr00720/02/2020 15:46

Cheaper to put sellotape or toilet tissue paper but it will look bad Cheaper to put sellotape or toilet tissue paper but it will look bad I’m not putting helicopter tape on a £3K bike! If it was a pub bike maybe.


Wow. This comment is the definition of all the gear but no idea.
lpoolck20/02/2020 15:50

Wow. This comment is the definition of all the gear but no idea.


I thought you meant that rubbish white paper stuff. I have tried a carbon tape on my CX bike but on my winter road bike I’d want clear tape and watching the grams. I have all the gear and am a ride leader teach maintenance in our local club
jr00720/02/2020 16:15

I thought you meant that rubbish white paper stuff. I have tried a carbon …I thought you meant that rubbish white paper stuff. I have tried a carbon tape on my CX bike but on my winter road bike I’d want clear tape and watching the grams. I have all the gear and am a ride leader teach maintenance in our local club


Sounds like you are after helicopter tape...
jr00720/02/2020 16:15

I thought you meant that rubbish white paper stuff. I have tried a carbon …I thought you meant that rubbish white paper stuff. I have tried a carbon tape on my CX bike but on my winter road bike I’d want clear tape and watching the grams. I have all the gear and am a ride leader teach maintenance in our local club


I meant helicopter tape. That is why I said 'helicopter tape'. Maybe this week you can teach your local club what helicopter tape is. You can let them know how it's light, clear, durable and it protects any bike, regardless or material, from cable rub, chain slap, (some) chips from stones/debris. 🏻
lpoolck20/02/2020 17:01

I meant helicopter tape. That is why I said 'helicopter tape'. Maybe this …I meant helicopter tape. That is why I said 'helicopter tape'. Maybe this week you can teach your local club what helicopter tape is. You can let them know how it's light, clear, durable and it protects any bike, regardless or material, from cable rub, chain slap, (some) chips from stones/debris. 🏻


I’d be kicked out as we have too many roadie snobs. You’d be on your own if your tyre logos are not aligned... when I turned up with a disc TCR I said it was winter thing...phew!

This is what I’ve used on my mtb down tubes.


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I prefer to use OP’s post as it’s easier to remove and doesn’t pull off the protective coat as much as strong tape. Went for the Large size which is around a tenner. Used to use rhino tape years ago.
Edited by: "jr007" 20th Feb
jr00720/02/2020 17:07

I’d be kicked out as we have too many roadie snobs. You’d be on your own if …I’d be kicked out as we have too many roadie snobs. You’d be on your own if your tyre logos are not aligned... when I turned up with a disc TCR I said it was winter thing...phew!This is what I’ve used on my mtb down tubes. [Image] I prefer to use OP’s post as it’s easier to review and doesn’t pull off the protective coat as much as strong tape. Went for the Large size which is around a tenner.


Enjoy your purchase and happy cycling 🚲
lpoolck20/02/2020 18:00

Enjoy your purchase and happy cycling 🚲


So do you use this stuff?

lpoolck20/02/2020 20:47

Yes.


Thanks for info! I don’t claim I know everything and still learning about new tech and going tubeless on my road bikes. Definitely will try helicopter tape on my down tube.
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