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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
Indi Kaisa Mens / Womens Bicycle MTB Mountain Bike V-Brake 26" Wheels Light Alloy Frame £80.10 w/code @ Halfords ebay
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Indi Kaisa Mens / Womens Bicycle MTB Mountain Bike

If your budget is £80 then buy a used one. Don't buy Indi.


Cheap. Not very cheerful. I guess if you are one of the millions who buys a bike and then keeps in the shed 365 days a year this could be an economical solution! "Features: Adjustable Seat" - WOW! "Frame Material: Composite" - Really?




Exactly my thoughts (lol)


Great for anyone who wants to be put off cycling for life have some heat

Electric Bike Haibike SDURO HARDSEVEN black/white/silver matt 2018 £1399.99 @ Thebikefactory
Found 15 h, 12 m agoFound 15 h, 12 m ago
I bought one a couple of years back at £1600 and this is the cheapest Ive seen one. Excellent bit of kit and before you hard tail non electric diehards take the p*ss these doubl… Read more
david.waddy This works out with all different criteria. So from 30km-->140km depends


Great price for this bike, never seen a Haibike e-bike cheaper, heat from me


Haibike are a great brand in the electric bike field, and premium priced too. Great find - have some heat !


Depends on the ride but 100 km is the indicated range - Id say on Eco setting that will give you an all day 50 mile ride off road. Obviously depends on terrain the more uphill the more drain on the battery.


Love anything cycling orientated. Heat (y)

Raleigh Pioneer E-bike - Half Price NOW £650 - Was £1300 @ JE James Cycles
Found 2nd DecFound 2nd Dec
Raleigh Pioneer Electric Cross Bar. Been shopping around for an E-bike for a while now, and saw this for £650. Rear carrier: Alloy carrier with Luggage strap Lighting: Front an… Read more
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Thanks for the info


Does anyone know if you can 'de restrict' these bikes to go over 15.5mph? It looks like it has a lot more torque than other ebikes that hit 15, leads me to believe it could go faster.


The battery is locked into the rack with a key. The only way to steal it, is to either pick the lock, or remove the whole rack and cut the wires going into the back of the battery housing.


Over on the Pedelec Forum we have been doing electric conversions on Bromptons for years :) I did 10K miles on my E-Brompton to work over the 9 years I used it. Transformed my life style (years of sitting in traffic) cycling every day. Basically its like cycling on the flat all the time come rain, wind or hills. I highly recommend it and this seems like a good deal, heat added.


If I purchase this will be my first ebike, is there a way to securely lock the battery? As I'd be using it for a work commute

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Bicycle Valve Glo-Sticks Type Cap Light - 78p delivered @ Geekbuying
Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
Decent enough, not nearly as good as a Kellogg's Bike reflector though. 4 colours to choose from, enter code MHGUTNNK at basket after logged in. Never forget these bad boys Read more

I do both spoke reflectors + blue valve lights That plus reflective strips on all parts of the frame, 4 headlight led projector style flashlights, a very bright rear red led panel, and reflective black/red tape for the helmet Most drivers pump the brakes when they first see me - thinking that the bike looks like it could be police (red lights blue lights lots of retroreflective strips) Be seen be safe


Stocking filler


You mean you go fast enough that your reflectors get so hot that they glow? I'm hoping you're wearing body armour, not just a helmet! :D


All need now is a lollipop stick


I miss getting free things in cereals. That's H&S for you. Wouldn't want anyone choking on a reflector!

OKO Self-Sealing Bike Inner Tube £2 plus  £3.95 P&P  Planet X - good variety of sizes still cheaper than 1 x Slime tube. Lots of bargains!
Found 15th DecFound 15th Dec
Forget about punctures and just ride with OKO's self sealing inner tubes. Fewer punctures, better air retention, lower rolling resistance and more grip. Just fit and inflate to ge… Read more
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Is SLIME is a bad brand?? (skeptical)


Yes kinda why I posted I'll 're edit. Thanks


its worth mentioning that the tube itself is only £1.99, if you are just buying that then the £3.99 postage is steep, but there is loads of cheap stuff on the site so worth stocking up, and will offset the postage cost

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Ribble Windbreaker Jacket £13.58 delivered @ ribble all sizes currently available - great last minute gift
Found 15th DecFound 15th Dec
Ribble Windbreaker Jacket This lightweight jacket is perfect for the colder morning rides to keep the cool windchill off your core, but is lightweight enough to pack away in a jer… Read more
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gone for it , hopefully it will be showerproof(ish)


Ribbble ....Ribbble ...Ribbbbble . (:I


It's ok you don't need one for cycle kit #fact.


Heat. Purchased. For no justified reason.


Bargain cheers op

Evoc Tour Saddle Bag - 1L - £14.99 @ Tredz
28/12/2018Expires on 28/12/2018Found 14th DecFound 14th Dec
evoc saddle bag Splash protection Reflective back light clip Mesh pocket Fixation via velcro straps Weight: 110g Volume: 1L Size: 15x10x10cm Material: Nylon 210/D Ripstop… Read more
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you have no respect i dont even think you can comprehend it, your blind ... run along chap. phht get to f


Say what? Now I'm stalking you (highfive) You're not grasping this whole autism thing are you and why are you using it as an insult? Now run along old chap


first off get real, saying my good chap shows how fake you are... the autistic thing is that you think its about you giving an alternative even after ive said otherwise you miss the point . you could of said , hey this bag is 6.99 and its just as good (link) thats cool but you didnt and you fail to understand people who like the brand, like i dont get what your going on about a bike computer and lights and why you getting wide about my garmin youve been looking at my comments like srsly grow up man


My good old chap, it doesn't make me autistic or have aspergers for giving an alternative, you seem to be really hung up on mental illness which is very sad to be honest I spend my money where it is needed on my bikes, like decent lights, computer (finally got rid of garmin, something else people seem to get hung up on) Right we're bashing heads so let's just leave it be


if you think i think that then you lack understanding to even get what im onabout thats the autist comment.. no offence tho telling people what to do isnt suggesting. its the oblivious arrogance of the way you go on about your sack tho im not after that one ive been after an evoc one for a few weeks n i saw this deal and posted it for other people who like the brand its a good deal... i undeerstand about brands hypnotising people and paying more for a logo but many peoples bike is pride and joy or whatever do you really need people to explain this stuff for you not to bluntly walking up on people n being like 'Freezing cold... just buy a large lifeline' if you done that to a group of people in a shop thay would be like ,, does that guy think we are daft we know we dont need to spend 15 quid on a saddle bag tho this brand its a good deal its like somthn a guy with asbergers would do

Free Inner Tube worth £4.49 with every CONTINENTAL GRAND PRIX 5000 CLINCHER ROAD TYRE  with Code @ Probikekit
20/12/2018Expires on 20/12/2018Found 14th DecFound 14th Dec
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£48 for 25mm on Amazon


I come here looking for Gold, but these seem Flaming Deer

Bikemate folding bike stand instore at Aldi (Wakefield) for £2.50
LocalLocalFound 14th DecFound 14th Dec
£2.50 in store at Aldi Wakefield (Snowhill)

Great price for a great product, picked one up at £4.99 the other week and thought that was a bargain.


Online it's 8.99


Well worth the money Good luck finding one


Great price if you can get one.

Altura Thermostat Jersey Mens Cycling Jersey - £27.99 @ Wiggle
21/12/2018Expires on 21/12/2018Found 14th DecFound 14th Dec
With the temperature dropping, Altura's Thermostat Jersey gives you the warmth and visibility to tackle those colder and darker days of cycling. Altura Thermo™ technology builds in… Read more


Wait till there’s a vegan cyclist post, this place will literally explode (lol) (lol) (lol) (lol)


Why does every cycling post have to turn into passive aggressive abuse being hurled avout?


Love to find the jacket which will make the drivers who are on their mobile phones be able to see me (skeptical)


Nothing will make you visible to a distracted person driving a car, Which is the cause of 96% of collisions

Westbeach Bio Hazard Mag Gyro BMX Bike £65.99 w/code at Argos
Found 14th DecFound 14th Dec
Kids Westbeach Bio Hazard Mag Gyro BMX Bike for £65.99 at Argos. This discount code also gives you a 1/3 off the small selection of Westbeach scooters they have. Click HERE fo… Read more

Depends where you live. Ealing, Edgeware, Wembley all in stock if helps


Got it, thanks.


After you select "Pay now" there should be a box which says "Got a promotional code?".


Maybe a stupid question but where on the site can you enter the discount code? Stock at my nearest store but can't see where to enter the code! Hot from me!


The discount code is in the box beside the "Get Deal" button. I've now also added it to the description. There is stock near to where I live. Also according to the checknow website - "441 have the item instore & 36 have the item available for reservation."

Boardman full reflective cycling jacket half price at Halfords (was £49)
Found 13th DecFound 13th Dec
Fantastic cycling jacket that makes you light up like a beacon in the lights of a car. And for less than £25 it's a total steal! I've had mine for three years and still going str… Read more
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I ride in cycling gear. I get changed at work. As you say; spend more to get the breathable one.


Lights on in the morning, and by night at this time of the year! Hopefully they see you! Drivers have trouble noticing motorcyclists let alone pedal cyclists. Treat everybody as if they didn't see you, it's the only way to stay alive. Still the best, and most ethical way to commute (except for walking I guess).


Great for night but I am not convinced as a day jacket as you will just blend in with the surroundings which actually makes it more dangerous.


Reviews say this isn't breathable, so although it will help you get seen at night it is likely to leave you and the clothes you are wearing under it pretty wet and stinky should you ride for more than a few miles. If you just do short night trips it should be adequate. For more active riders the Altura Night Vision range is probably better (but more expensive).


Thanks , I’ve done that , I thought I had to pay upfront . I’ll try before I buy (y)

BDBikes Bike Magnetic Turbo Trainer - Variable Resistance Bike Trainer £45.99 jimmenzies / ebay
Found 13th DecFound 13th Dec
Found this on ebay for £45.99 (next best price I found was Amazon £64.99) It is a number one best seller on Amazon The item is a customer return, this is a tested Unit and is as N… Read more

Not used one before but for the price it isn't too much of a gamble. The Amazon reviews are generally good and it is their No.1 selling trainer. I'm purely buying it so I can get on my bike indoors due to the winter weather.


Any experience of these? My husband was asking for one for Christmas and I didn't have a clue where to start. Thanks


I'll have a gander might be worth while upgrading, cheers anyway and definitely worth putting up. Long live the cyclist (y)


Thanks for the feedback. We all have opinions on price, however, I posted this item as it is significantly less than the next available price (£64.99 Amazon). Th Aldi one you mentioned is not the same item so not worth comparing, although it has a good price at £24.99 (not sure if it has been reduced). I've bought the BD Bikes one as I thought £45 was a good price for an entry level trainer of sufficient quality and looks robust enough for my use. The Amazon reviews of the item were somewhat helpful in helping me choose.


Thanks for the heads up brother, without sounding condescending at this price point is there a major difference. I personally thought £25 on a tt that does a basic job was good enough to keep you spinning. Either way any tt with variable resistance upto 50 quid is worth it in my opinion. Are there any reviews on this one at all to help those of us with an informed decision. Heat added by the way.

Cross CRF300 Alloy Folding 20" Bike for £99.99 @ Argos
Found 13th DecFound 13th Dec
Biking on a budget. Lowest price seen on this folding bike. Easy to fold, smooth to ride and minimal assembly based on the reviews. Price shows when added to your trolley. A… Read more
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Great deal. At 13kg it's not the lightest but by no way the heaviest


This looks like the cheapest folding bike with reasonable components. It might be £255 as there appears to be an extra 15% off at the moment but is still two and a half times the price and normally 3x the price. You can always upgrade the parts of the Cross. The weight limit is the real issue which could prevent use by a lot of people especially those considering buying a bicycle to lose weight.


More TLC required but it's about 1/4 of the price of branded models.


Two things I would point out is there is no quickly adjustable foldable handlebar stem. So while there does look like reasonable height adjustment for the stem you will need a tool to do so and the bike handlebars will be stuck up even when the main frame is folded. Also at 80kg rider/luggage weight or less it looks to be a pretty much Chinese market spec bike that doesn't allow for heavier riders here in the UK. As you can imagine at this price all the components are pretty much bottom end. They will work but will need more frequent maintenance and are not very weather resistant so cycling in the rain may require more frequent lubrication like wheel axles, bottom bracket etc which will be basic cup and cone designs with loose or caged bearings. I've seen some of these Argos bikes out and about and one thing they seem to do well is rust. Any exposed steel parts may need touching up frequently.

Draper 3 LED Wind Up Bicycle Light Set - £4.99 @ Tooltime
Found 12th DecFound 12th Dec
Perfect For The Dark Nights, Be Seen While You Cycle Complete set with benefit of no batteries required One minute’s winding gives up to 30 minutes of light As an added benefi… Read more

Arrived today, I wouldn't have liked to have paid any more than £4.99. ;)


Rear might be ok but as you say 1 minute wind for 30.......gonna use the front as an emergency torch. (cheeky)


The one bit of bike kit not to skimp on





Bell Super DH Mips Full Face Helmet Black/Gum - £159.99 from Leisure Lakes Bikes
Found 12th DecFound 12th Dec
Have been thinking about picking one of these up for myself for a while and don't think I have ever seen it this cheap. It's only the Black/Gum version that is at the cheaper price… Read more

Cheers, ordered the bronze one 👌


need to try it on for size first, I had a Bell before and it fit me well, many other brands just flop about But I want the coolest one, like proframe(?) for riding in the heat


Not for me I think it’d just make me more wreckless, I’ve had a few mtb coaching sessions in the last few months, I now know were to improve, become faster but safer at the same time, definitely worth the money over spending on some more bling ..


Nothing wrong with wearing one for enduro ect. More protection the better. I wear one most outings now, esp since I decided to scrape side my face down the gravely path


I’m weighing it up too, I’m doing a few courses next year were I need a full face helmet, problem is I’m wrong side on age and I don’t plan to wear one long term . Mine is more for enduro than downhill so unless your getting 10 ft of air every jump then it’s over the top , considering the bell super 3 or giro switchblade with removable chin or a cheaper 661 or that diamondblack

Garmin Edge 520 GPS Cycle Computer with HRM and Cadence £199.99 @ Wiggle
Found 12th DecFound 12th Dec
The Garmin Edge 520 is packed full of the latest features including in-ride challenges through Strava live segments. The 520 also features a full colour display, connected capabili… Read more

The main thing for me is I would rather have a £150 purpose built computer out front in the elements than my £600 iPhone. I know which one is going to survive better in a crash/rain/falling off the bike.


You can use HRM and cadence sensors on a phone.


I don't get your point..... :/


Yeah right; watch out Sagan et al., Bagz is coming up the rear ..


Commuters might want to improve as well, like becoming faster and more efficient using hrm and cadence data.

Indi Kaisa Mens Mountain Bike - £89 @ Halfords
Found 12th DecFound 12th Dec
Indi Kaisa Men's Mountain BikeThe Indi Kaisa Men's Mountain Bike is the perfect bike to explore the great outdoors. The Kaisa comes with 18 speed Shimano gears to help you tackle… Read more

It's got a bell. Heat


Keep an eye for the Carrera Virtuoso at Halfords. They are now RRP around 330 but I got it for 220 at a deal. It is a great commuter bike at that price range and even at the full price in my opinion.


2nd hand will be your best option. Even the cheapest, nastiest road bikes normally start at about £140.


Anyone recommend a basic road bike for close to this price? Not a serious cyclist, not out to win any races!!


V brakes for smooth and efficient braking, hardly think so. Better to get disc or hydraulic brakes.

Indi Kaisa Womens Mountain Bike £89 @ Halfords
Found 12th DecFound 12th Dec
Free Delivery or C &C The Indi Kaisa Women's Mountain Bike is the perfect bike to explore the great outdoors. The Kaisa comes with 18 speed Shimano gears to help you tackle e… Read more

Indi are poor bikes my boys bikes lasted just short of a year. Sometimes the breaks sometimes the gears got stuck


Womens bike? what for a 38 year old? If is that a oap


Perfect for occasional/town use,can't moan at £89. If it gets stolen you haven't lost a great amount,sad to say this in our day and age. :{


Its a deal for occasional ride out with kids!!! Not the best would not think you want to do many long rides on it but its £89 quid !! What actually do you get today for that a night out!!! Maybe just!!!


Sexist.... why can’t a man ride this (lol) (lol) (lol)

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