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The bike, or bicycle as it otherwise known, is by far the most popular and most widely produced vehicle in the world. Great for sport, recreation and fitness, bikes are also used by courier services, military, and police for work. Today, there's a whole wide world of different bikes available, at a wide range of prices. The choice can seem overwhelming, which is why we've compiled some of the best deals to be found online, here at HotUKDeals, to help our customers make an informed choice. Read more
Compass Control men's and Contour women's hybrid bikes £225 (were £299, RRP £400) at Go Outdoors.  Free delivery or collect in store.
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Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
Just spotted this hybrid bike deal on the Go Outdoors website. Looks like a great spec for the reduced price (RRP £400 is just flying a kite but £299 seems very believable). Equi… Read more
Besford

Says 'platform pedals' in the spec - so yes.

trevcjohnson

Struggling with this, is this something new, I have never personally experienced wobbly wheels on a bike. I have giant defy 0 (2015) road bike and some sort of cheapish alloy MTB think I've had for about 25 years.

IIT0PDAWGII_

dose it come with pedals 🙃

big.k

As said before, freehub is outdated and a horrible design. Bottom bracket will be the square taper which once again, is a poor design. The newer designs are more reliable, lighter and stiffer which makes cycling a lot easier. As one of the other users have said, suspension forks are useless too. I built my own hybrid bike using Suntour Epicon air forks (one of the top end set of forks you can get) and even then, have those locked off about 80% of the time and the rest of the time... I don't really need them for road / light XC use. Wish I just went with a carbon fibre forks and saved weight and money! To new cyclists, spend a bit more money and gain a lot more enjoyment :)

Besford

Some womens' bikes have a lower crossbar and most will have different geometry (seat to bars distance, etc.). In reality these are only very approximate 'adaptations' to 'typical' male and female physiology. In fact a female frame may be the best fit for a particular male rider and vice versa. Whenever possible it's best to try a bike for 'fit' as it can make a big difference to comfort and performance. Bike retailers often quote best frame sizes for different heights - in the real world leg length is at least as important: people of the same height can have very different leg lengths. If you go to a decent bike shop they should be able to advise.

£10 Off Every £50 Spent on ALL Bikes, Helmets & Accessories In-store at Smyths
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14/05/2018Expires on 14/05/2018Found 9 h, 16 m agoFound 9 h, 16 m ago
you_gotta_be_kidding

Problem is they sell a 14" frozen bike for £99.99 that is £49.99 instore at Costco

crazy_b

Them bikes will all weigh a ton, would suggest spending more on a vitus from wiggle, light as anything and reasonable price. Their twenty four has 29% off now so £169.

maffeycourt

Who's she looking for?

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20% Off Evans Cycles on eBay
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03/05/2018Expires on 03/05/2018Found 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
Some good deals to be had. Not always the cheapest compared to Amazon etc.
N0bodyOfTheGoat

Some good deals there, but do compare prices against other retailers.

skdotcom

I like Evans Cycles. My local store is really helpful, and have got them to pricematch in the past. Having said that, I had to go elsewhere for my latest bike this year to get the best deal. I'll probably take it to them for servicing though.

smallsteve

Interestingly, I queried them on the bike I had been watching and why the price hadn’t changed considering it was 20% off the whole site. They have just responded by saying that unfortunately the item is no longer available and, sure enough it has been removed. Make of that what you will!

melomanias

I normally prefer to buy on Evans Cycles because their store locations are more convenient for me to pick up products (and save on shipping costs). I’m aware that more often than not their prices are higher (as commented above). What I’ve done a few times successfully is use their price match tool (on their website, not Ebay). If you have an Evans store nearby and can take advantage of free collection (whereas the website selling the cheaper product only offers paid delivery), it can be worth it.

helloyoufool

stacked my basket to than realise the 20% was already applied!!! Oh well - still treated myself to a bike storage stand I've wanted which was a decent price - everything else was binned!

Decathlon Triban 500 SE Road Bike £249
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Found 18 h, 16 m agoFound 18 h, 16 m ago
Summer is upon us and Decathlon are offering this bike at a great price. If it's a road bike that you're after you can't go wrong with this bike. Lifetime guarantee on frame, handl… Read more
buddn07

Have you checked to make sure the hanger isn't bent?

odom

Just ordered one, they build the bike for you if you click and collect. It is not huge for me (6' 5") even with the seatpost as high as it goes so worth a look as it appears Decathalon frames do tend to be smaller than the size suggests. Personally I am in two minds, it seems a bit of a mismash of parts. Also the clearances for mudguards are tight if you are commuting on it. That said, if has been said they don't quibble about the two year guarantee that is valuable if you are using it frequently.

thearbiter65

Fair play to you! Never too late and really admire the attitude

Johnmcl7

That looks a reasonable hybrid and over such a short distance I don't think you'd see a huge improvement with a road bike unless you're planning doing longer rides. If the tyres are mostly slicks then I don't think you'll see a huge difference going down from 32mm to 25mm as I've just done the opposite and don't notice any loss of speed. I think clipless pedals are overrated, for those that like the feel of them then people can be faster but the performance benefits are usually hugely exaggerated, I spent a while trying different clipless pedal systems but never liked the feel of them and back to flats. Either way you don't need clipless pedals to do a decent distance or speed. John

fulous

Decent price for a decent road bike

High5 EnergyGel Plus - orange flavour box £8.54 with voucher @ Probikekit
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Found 23rd AprFound 23rd Apr
Use voucher VCUKPBK10 to knock a 10% off. Free delivery on orders over £10.
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davidmatthewbrown7

Oh I only buy the caffeinated ones as the none-caffeinated don’t seem to work as good or quick. Don’t like running with a hydration pack as it just extra weight and I’m slow enough as it is (lol)

C4lm

Hydration pack.. I'l avoid because they're caffeinated. I'm ok with the normal ones (always have at least a few), but if I'm knackered, these just make me feel worse!

lukeo44

I agree for the most part, but these are easier to take on during a race

trivium

IKR! or just bake your own bar with peanut butter, raisins, milk and oats

davidmatthewbrown7

Hard to carry a few cups of water and a bunch of bananas when running long distances (lol)

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Two child bike trailer now available for online pre-order £84.99 @ Aldi
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Found 23rd AprFound 23rd Apr
Suitable for 2 children with 5 point safety harness. Attach your bike or use as a stroller. Rolling hood top, fly screen and rain shield. Easy to assemble and fold. 20" x 1.75" qu… Read more
jamgin

Is that Keith Laird chasing an alsation?

jamgin

The future is my neighbour who was driving the new electric Jaguar 4wd at Christmas time. He must be a test driver as it was in the camouflage paintwork. I'm afraid around these parts most school run 4wd are full fat gaz guzzlers.

nitro228

Maybe Diana would have been a better comparison given the likely fate of anyone unfortunate enough to be involved in an accident whilst being dragged along in one of these...

zcgby03

Didn't know Megan Markel was a little princess. Are you a giant?

Steven.McLean

Same here. Use mine as often as I can. Normally avoid busy roads but when I have to go on them Ive always been given plenty of room. Kids love it and often sleep in it. Only issue I would say is that you get what you pay for, tried cheaper ones like the one on sale and didnt feel like the best build quality. Croozer and burley have been great but cost quite a bit more

Oakley Jawbreaker Sunglasses Matt Black Prism Road - £89.99 with code @ Chain Reaction Cycles
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Found 23rd AprFound 23rd Apr
RRP £174.99 Excellent shades for cycling. List price is £99.99 but add the code CLEAR2018 to bring the price down by a tenner. EDIT: Someone messaged me to say I should tell you … Read more
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Shinoke

Yeah, Oakley PRIZM rocks. I love PRIZM trail having tried it a few times - will get some active Oakleys (Mainlink and Crosslink) in PRIZM trail and road. Currently use some PRIZM saphire turbines - another active pair. Even in fairly low light they still work fine - despite blocking a fair amount of light - as they really enhance contrast. PRIZM road has a much higher transmission and even more contrast, and PRIZM yet more still. So you could comfortably use PRIZM trail when cloudy and at dawn and dusk I'd say. And PRIZM road likely not far off. If I get a prescription pair one day (you're looking at around £300 so that's why I haven't yet!), I'll likely get insurance for them. I don't think it'd be expensive and perhaps would not cost anything extra to add these to your insurance. That takes some of the fear away. But yeah, if you get Oakleys you tend to baby them. For cycling specific I'd probably get the EV Zero over these. So lightweight and no frame. If you want something more like these - so more robust than the EV Zero and able to change lenses, Radarlock or Radar EV are better too I think.

rolandscull

I had the Decathlon 900's for last year's cycling and they're great for the money. But this year I got the Jawbreakers with a set of photochromic lenses. All I can say is wow! The optic quality and contrast is so much better. Plus you see virtually no frame in your peripheral vision. Yes they are a lot of money, but if you do a lot of cycling and you can afford it, the Jawbreakers are excellent!

john184

One of the most horrific looking pair of sunglasses I've ever seen. No wonder they're on offer.

Pyongyang

If it's any use, the Decathlon Roadr Cycling 900's arrived today. They are absolutely brilliant. Worth way more than the £30-£35 they are asking for them. Lenses are super easy to swap out, although it does all feel a bit fragile while doing it. The yellow lens is especially good. Absolutely recommend these if you don't want to splash out on the Oakley's. Here's a link: https://www.decathlon.co.uk/roadr-900-4-pack-lenses-id_8382665.html Those are the £35 ones I got. The black, blue and red look excellent, just like the photo. Hope it helps!

dealerxxx

I've lost my £4 glasses, I'm worried I'd lose these too

Lezyne Macro GPS & Navigation Bicycle Computer £67.99 Evans Cycles through Ebay. Free delivery
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Found 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
I've had one for a year now - Paid £94.99 then and thought it was excellent for the money. Records a very wide amount of data, supports Strava, allows upload of routes you might … Read more
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davidjmansfield

https://www.rosebikes.co.uk/article/lezyne-macro-gps-computer/aid:2671326?channable=e8467.MjY3MTMyNg&gclid=CjwKCAjwq_vWBRACEiwAEReprB1IBCReRIGXdbF05pABLHbxaK8o1rYiDCFgC1OEhTsgqPQ9MAFNzxoC8nIQAvD_BwE

Andrisakins

out of stock. available anywhere else?

supermann

Oos

supermann

It's a bit of an unknown brand to me but oddly the music from the video makes me want to buy it. Loving the synth baseline.

jude

Add some heay

Aldi Cycling Event now live
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29/04/2018Expires on 29/04/2018Found 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
The Aldi cycling event is now live with some decent offers on cleaning gear and budget clothing. Worth a look 👀
RampentBadger

No cycling shoes / cleats 😥 did I miss something?

xboxone573

I went for the bike stand...been meaning to pick one up for a while

pvfc247

I had the same scenario as you. The 3 year warranty can't be matched by any one else. I'm really happy with my Aldi light's and will continue buying them, as & when needed.

mcrobbj

Some stores still have the rear bike camera light reduced to £20. ( seems to be OK and you can downlaod a firmware updated for looped recordings, not brilliant in the dark ironically! videos on youtube).

liam_abrown1

I’ve not managed to order anything as it keeps timing out or I get error 503

Abus Granit Sledg 77 bike lock - £85.12 @ Amazon
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Found 21st AprFound 21st Apr
Motorcycle and moped theft is on the up. Particularly when you’re away from home and your ground anchors. This is one of the best disc locks you can buy and on offer on Amazon.
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cb-uk

. . ;)

lollypoplee

Wooooow...... hang on there a minute, thats where most of the MP's live including the Chancellor..... and we all know how much he does for us (excited)

Scottc123

Move away from London. Horrible place, horrible people.

pcmustard

Very beefy and very visible, enough to deter some of the scooter scrotes. With all the thefts in London I've resolved to just parking in a secure car park or at my office. Its annoying that you can't feel safe parking on the street even in daytime anymore.

sprooter

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01AG1MTBA/ the red version of the 8077 (with alarm) is OOS but can still order for when in stock. £80.76 down from alleged £162. I've got the 8077 and battery for alarm lasted about 2 years.

Endura Pakajak Lightweight Packable Windproof Cycling Jacket £13.99 @ CRC
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Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Posted recently for the same price at Wiggle https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/endura-pakajak-showerproof-jacket-1399-delivered-at-wiggle-2925743 but that price was for the fluore… Read more
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windta1ker

Lol (highfive)

dewonderful

Cheaper here: https://groceries.asda.com/product/bin-bags-liners/asda-tie-handle-pedal-bin-liners-35-litres/3948378

Bezzy

Doh lol

windta1ker

Agreed but last point op said was not breathable or waterproof :/

Bezzy

I’m guessing breathability... some waterproof suffer with sweating.

Specialized S-Works Roubaix Di2 Sagan Collection Road Bike £9995 @ Sigmasports
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Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Free pedals guaranteed if you order before 1st of May.
johnnystorm

(y)

mehmeh

Comment was posted in jest, my dude. I don't think cyclists should pay road tax. If nothing else it would be a cluster ahem trying to administer it. For a start we'd need an exemption for kids under 16 who've promised to stay away from busy roads and only ride on the pavements. :D

johnnystorm

To be fair he missed out the bit where roads are paid for out of general taxation so anyone who pays taxes of any kind pays for the roads and that the money from vehicle excuse duty just about covers the cost of the Highways Agency. Buy this bike for 10k and 20% of the cost will go into the pot that pays for the roads. Seeing as a bike is so light and causes no meaningful damage to the roads in use then really cyclists are overpaying for what they use. (y)

mehmeh

Well you sure told me. Did you get it on your GoPro to upload to youtube later?

BuckRodgers666

Firstly it's vehicle excise duty. Secondly the roads are for everyone. Thirdly bikes don't pollute so don't have a VED attached. If you're struggling to pay VED, maybe you should get a bike

Giant Prime-E Plus 3 mid drive 36v electric bike, medium only, 30% off £1469.29 at Rutland (was £2098.99).
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Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Not the cheapest electric bike out there but very good value for the high specification from a well repected manufacturer. 30% off (medium only available) as it's the 2017 model (… Read more
Bilbo1968

No one likes a grass.

jaydeeuk1

Have you tried a bafang bbshd with 52v battery? Doesn't really compare to haibike or any of the bosch motors as it's many orders of magnitude more powerful. It's basically a motorbike.

Besford

This bike not getting much in the way of warm votes so I'm expiring it to reduce clutter. Shame as I think it could be a good buy for the right person. Would still be good to know what people don't like about it though: 30% off a packet of cornflakes would probably get hot! ;)

Utakos

I ride a Haibike and the 250W is not much a problem. When you look at the battery voltage and the amps being used the motors are actually giving much more than 250W power , its the 15mph cut off that annoys me the most, it was due to the UK staying inline with EU yet they still have speed pedelecs that can go faster.

lucas

You don’t choose the thug life, it chooses you

B'TWIN Elops 520 Classic Bike - Burgundy (Available size - L/XL, Colour - Chocolate truffle) for £159.99 (Reduced from £229) @ Decathlon
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Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Good for city rides. Looks sturdy . Comes with Mudguard , Chain guard , stand , pannier rack that holds up to 27 kg (complies with standard to carry a baby seat), front … Read more
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ItsFrazer

Oos... does anyone know if I can get the same prices or buy and collect in Spain?

mattrixdesign2

Looks good to me, practical. Not overly concerned about it the 6 speed rear casette, but twist shift/grip shift is an awful design and will seize eventually. I wish they would use thumb shifters at this sort of level of bike. Certainly capable around to town, not for long jaunts or getting that KOM, but it's not aimed at that.

bonzobanana

That actual bike has on the website 'This is a unisex frame and is not built in a crossbar version.'

waitingfordeals

According to my bicycley knowledgeable Dutch relative, you're wrong about the unisex, although I agree that you see both sexes riding them about.

bonzobanana

You can get those elephant bikes which are restored royal mail pashley bikes. Not really classic in styling but super strong workhorses. They also don't have fully enclosed chains but would be an easy mod as they use hub gears. The main people that would benefit from such bikes are heavy riders but the brand elephant I would of thought was off putting. Such a great bike to buy knowing you are also changing the life of someone in Africa for the better. https://elephantbike.co.uk/elephant-bike.html/ They even make wooden bikes in Africa for simple movement of goods, something like the pashley would be ideal for being overloaded in such an environment. Maybe not quite as much as those wooden bikes though.

Crud Roadracer mk3 bike mudguards, get ready for the British summer £10 at Halfords
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27/04/2018Expires on 27/04/2018Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Road bike mudguards for bikes that don’t have eyelet holes for proper ones. Amazon currently selling for around the £26 mark. Decent reviews from bike websites.
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Alik

Gotta catch 'em all (lol)

rodman

m8 RRP is £39.99 how many codes do you need?

robodan918

great mudguards for the price I have the mk2 on my trek road bike with 700c x 23mm wide tyres

yogurt

Fits up to 38mm tyre widths

sundarrajan

Will this fit for hydrid bikes? I reserved one for my hybrid bike.

Voodoo Marasa Mens Hybrid Bike - 18", 20" Frames - £320 @ Halfords
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Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
My first time posting so go easy on me! VooDoo Marasa Mens Hybrid Bike The VooDoo Marasa Mens Hybrid Bike is the perfect ride if you need a reliable workhorse in the week, and a… Read more
christopherwhiteis1

Price went back to £400 on Halfords and cycle republic....just checked them this morning. I was waiting to see what cycle to work scheme I was on before I purchased, I'm on cyclesolutions which seem to charge an extra £20 for cycle to work bikes vs cash buyers in the £300 price range. Puts me off really as buying the bike over 1 year means i'd save about £45 but if they take £20 of this I'm better off getting a bargain elsewhere. I had a search on HUKD and no cycle solutions deals appear to have come up, so i'm guessing they're not competitive!

tungle106

You can top up zeek account and get 10%-15% extra for zeek credit And then another 8% for halfords credit Used 10% off work discount I just did today for a folding bike All giftcards were delivered instantly and worked well at check out in store

soldierboy001

Can't see where you put the battery and how far you can travel on electric mode, but being as you have pedals I suppose that is not important.

Timur_Jalilov

Got the bike few months ago use it nearly every day great bike, had a road bike before, this one isn't much heavier, you can feel the weight when climbing hills but very manageable. Quality components for the price. One small problem is the chain is already rusting pretty bad very cheap quality going to go back and get it fixed as its covered under parts warranty apart from that great bike buy it.

Edmondu

Great Bike. If You are HSBC customer, they have a 10% discount on Halford via their customer club. OR reserve and collect in store and pay with 8% discounted gift cards via ZEEK.

Maplin Kids Ride On Cars \ Bike Discounts - Further Reductions now from £29.99
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Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
As title suggests Go kart - £29.99 https://www.maplin.co.uk/p/12v-ride-on-go-kart-pink-n80ep Quad Bike - £31.49 https://www.maplin.co.uk/p/6v-mini-ride-on-quad-bike-n00ck … Read more
myusernamehasgone234

Can you share links to some cheaper one’s please.

BainzyA

Expensive? These are not expensive for 12V ride on vehicles..

LyesLyes18

So expensive even after discount,

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