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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
Heads up - from 8pm tonight get £6 off £50 spend and £12 off £100 spend online and instore @ Smyths Toystores
25/10/2018Expires on 25/10/2018Found 1 h, 46 m agoFound 1 h, 46 m ago
From 8pm tonight, you can get £6 off a £50 spend and £12 off a £100 spend online and instore at Smyths Toys. Includes the baby and nursery section as well if you want a car seat, t… Read more

Yes works on anything as long as not in the exclusion list This voucher is not valid for purchases of gift, savings, digital download or POSA cards, plastic bags, video games, games consoles, gaming chairs, gaming accessories, Samsung, Kurio and Linx tablets, amiibo figures, LEGO Dimensions, Starlink Battle For Atlas, gaming figures, gaming plush or electronics


literally ordered from them yesterday and just placed a £50+ order with the entertainer. Bah!


Does anyone know if you can use this with the half price toys off too?


Will add one when its live but this is the only one I have right now don't know how it will look printed. Says you can just download the picture and show it on your phone you don't have to print it off if that helps? Will be live in stores from tomorrow but online with the codes from 8pm tonight


Anyone got a picture for printing???

Garmin Varia Radar rear bike light £89 with code at Evans Cycles clearance, plus code takes another 10% off
Found 5 h, 46 m agoFound 5 h, 46 m ago
Not one for everyone, but if you have a compatible Garmin cycling computer (or for some reason the dedicated head unit on its own) it tells you if a car is approaching from behind … Read more

If it stops one cyclist (irrespective of who's to blame) from pulling out when there's a car behind them and being seriously injured or killed then surely it's not a gimmick?


Talking about gimmicks huh?


This is the old version. Great price though, I've got the new one as well and the light is much more visible in daylight. The radar works great though, when you're cycling above 15mph you can't hear cars behind you so is invaluable on the road


These are great, so I can see those roadies ;)


I use a camera enabled drone that I keep hovering approximately 2m above my head facing the traffic behind me, it has infrared capability (for night use) and it projects the video directly to my heads up display. So no need for one of these :p

Indi Demolition Kids Bike Bicycle 16" Steel Frame Caliper Brakes 5-8 Years Halfords on EBay Free C+C from Store - £50
Found 13th OctFound 13th Oct
Indi Demolition Kids Bike - 16” With awesome graphics and fearsome looks, the Indi Demolition Kids Bike - 16” will add extra adventure to any bike ride. Packed with loads of cool … Read more

Thanks for your comments. We’ve had no issues with ours so far. My dads a mechanic (40 years+) and he built the bikes for me, he felt they were surprisingly good quality. I understand better bikes are available but in this price bracket I feel this is the best currently available.


Age has less to do with size than leg length, a short child might require a smaller bike, that's why it's best to buy from a bike shop not online. At a guess I'd say 24" wheels would be required, 20" is likely to be too small and there's no 22" sizes available, 24" is the size my 11 year old uses, my 9 year old is now at the limit on his 20" Hoy bike. mike


'considering the price' is not a good thing on any vehicle where you might be relying on the brakes or gears (this one looks like a single gear though), I'm a keen cyclist and I don't skimp on the quality because if you do you at best you might put them off cycling for life or worst, the thing fails at a critical moment, my father in law insisted on buying my oldest son a cheap bike, within weeks half the gears are no longer available (and design flaws make it impossible to adjust accurately) and the brakes were never that good, what's more the brake levers are short and difficult to reach for a child's hands, I'm hoping it will get stolen, so I can buy a sensible bike without upsetting him. Weight is the other issue, an extra few kg might seem ok to an adult, but it's a much bigger percentage of a child's weight and could put them of cycling, especially if you live in a hilly area, if you've got no gears, be prepared to wreck your knee joints on hills. These are all things to consider when buying for a child. For £100-150 more you get bikes designed for children where the frames are aluminium and the components take into account the different characteristics of a child compared to an adult, what's more buy secondhand and you'll probably save a packet, the resale value on brands like Islabike, Frog and Hoy are good enough, you'll barely lose money. You can get some bargain bikes, just be warned that most are far from a bargain. mike


after something for an 11 year old - realise this is small but find bike measurements very confusing for buying online...frame size or wheel size often quoted whithout even specifying frame or wheels and dont seem consistent. I reckon he needs 16-18" frame and wheels size less relevant - any advice? thanks


Deal bought. I'm going to have a very happy boy at Xmas, thank you.

Niterider Mako 200 Front Cycle Light £15.96 / Mako 250 + Cherrybomb Rear light £22.99 delivered @ Probikekit
Found 23 h, 12 m agoFound 23 h, 12 m ago
Decent price on the more budget end of the scale for these, there's also the 250 front and Cherrybomb 35 rear set for £22.99 delivered if you need both - I've added info for that s… Read more

This is 250 lumens! More than enough for a bicycle. On a sidenote, One note is that bicycle lights are mounted high, so anything brighter and you are going to blind other motorists in front. Those 1000 lumens stuff that you see on eBay or Amazon are meant for off-road cycling


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Looks decent enough for my short commute on lit roads, mainly just need one to be seen, not to see with. Reviews say the stated lumen output appears to be highly optimistic!


good price but low lumens would pay more and get something a bit more powerful.

Exposure Strada MK9 Super Bright SB 1600 Lumen £216 @ Evans cycles
Found 23 h, 39 m agoFound 23 h, 39 m ago
£300 rrp, down to £216 with discount code BRIGHT10. Great price, great light. Road specific lens so doesn’t blind other vehicles and focuses on the road ahead. No Chinese rubbish … Read more

That light has a separate battery pack so will take extra time to remove when locking the bike up, which is why I avoid such lights.


Rarely will you see a 5k road bike locked up .... Can you explain what's wrong with an Independent coffee shop, than a corporate chain... Believe it or not, shock horror, I've actually seen cyclists in Costa, Starbuck and McDonalds, must have been in oxygen debt, ehh ...or low blood sugar levels.....


I think if comments were more objective than subjective; concentrating a bit more on the product itself would help, trawling through a lot of junk comments is a pain.


A flippant comment ? if not, a rather stupid one.... Xenon or High Intensity Discharge (HID) lights which were first seen in the 90s, produce a harsh blue light, typically twice as bright as the old filament lights....


A non statement of a non cyclist, funny I thought the idea was an objective comment on a product, ie can you find this product cheaper anywhere else, what other product of a similar spec is available.... Whether you can stand cycling, or not, has no bearing on the product, objective and not subjective comments would be appreciated.

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Cannondale Quick 2 Mens Hybrid Bike 2017 - 50% off £424.99 @ Start Fitness
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
All sizes in stock Details START THE CYCLE. This is where it all begins. When you decide to work out, not in. When you trade in four walls for two wheels. And you become… Read more

Triban 520 would be a lot faster than this bike, not only a lighter bike but much more efficient gearing. The only issue is the rider weight limits, about 85kg for btwin but I think Cannondale are at 136kg for rider weight. 100kg total load for btwin, 160kg total load for cannondale. Personally I'd prefer something like the Giant Rapid 3 which admittedly has a inferior groupset but a much better frame than either of these and can probably match the btwin for weight despite much higher rider weight limits. At this price level there is always some sort of compromise though. I also like the way Giant entry level bikes often get confused for much more expensive bikes due to some brilliant paint jobs on even their lower end bikes. Lastly Giant actually make their own bikes they are an actual manufacturer with their own factories rather than brand/importer.


Hmm, this or the Triban 520 Flat Bar.... So many choices!


Doesn't look bad for half price but how was that bike ever worth £850? Seems like a £250 premium just for the Cannondale name. The cheaper Quick 4 model (normally cheaper but not here becasue of the discounts) has a better spec in real terms. It will be easier up hills and faster on the flats. Off road a 1x drivetrain makes a huge amount of sense for rapid gear changes as you go over different terrain but on the road it can be a bit of a compromise.


It's horses for courses Mr .... it very much depends on the type of rider you are.....experience and so on....I ride drops in London... it's a piece of cake... Unless you're a hipster, with flatbars; Hoxton beard optional.... Interestingly a lot of women (sorry if this sounds sexist) do prefer do beginners... or newbies to cycling...


I think flatbar is still best for commuting when you get traffic or more technical routes

Raleigh Surge Mountain Bike (27.5") £199 @ Go outdoors
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Seems like a good deal. Reduced from £399.
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It's more mountain bike style than actual mountain bike. The front suspension looks extremely basic and the rear wheel has a freewheel which wouldn't cope with serious off road use. You can probably get a real mountain bike from about £250 with a freehub based drivetrain and entry level suntour forks if you shop around. Look for a 24 speed drivetrain and a suntour fork. Suntour XCT is their entry level XC fork (28mm stanchions) and ok for light use off road or lighter riders, Suntour XCM is their stronger 30mm stanchion model which is a pretty reasonable entry level fork, I think there is a XCM 32 which has stronger 32mm stanchions again so a bit more heavy duty and then Suntour XCR which I think is 32mm stanchions with an air fork option. I've seen XCM's on fairly low cost bikes. £200 is close to getting a real entry level mountain bike that it seems false economy not to spend an extra £50.


Cheap and cheerful. Hard to tell if it's a good price or just an over-inflated RRP, since it appears that literally no other retailers sell this bike.

Motobike MXR450 Full Face Adults/Kids Bike Helmet - Orange (54-58cm) £22 Halfords - fee c&c
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Was reduced to £25 from £30 now £22 Although classed as kids this size actually fits me really comfortably and I'm forty and don't have a small head. Does the job protecting me on … Read more

Nah lol. Road only. Classic mountain bike and a hybrid for fun and commute only. Just like to protect me looks


Nice and lightweight, fits like a glove.


I hope you don’t ride a motorbike


Well I a big kid at heart so why not


Thats what I can do with my old version lol

Planet X Bike Smart Carbon Bottle Cage £13.95 delivered @ Planet x
Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
£10 + £3.95 delivery Weighs in at less than 20 grams Open-top design allows easier on-the-fly bottle access Wraparound side arms hold bottle securely White and Gloss black in s… Read more

Agreed. I posted the deal as I ride an s-works tarmac. But totally understand comments from people not into cycling or just like something cheap and cheerful.


They are very cheap for a carbon bottle cage, and will know doubt look good on your Canyon....Specialized.... Trek... 1.5k +++ road bike.... For a 500/600 quid bike...I'd buy something from China on eBay.... As per comment above.... "good for the right target market" What is irritating are those who give it a -ve mark.... and don't quite understand road cyclists, cycling, aesthetics... or marketing... The quote "I can get one from 1.99 from Decathlon"... .. cheap is not always what real bike riders/racers want.... A Rapha Jersey in the sale or a Lidl Special ...horses for courses.... Amen


Heated. Good for the right target market. Most people won’t care about saving weight to this extent and will likely vote cold.


Perfect for my aluminium bike. I can finally say it has some carbon parts


How much faster will this make me? In nano seconds please.

£15 off £10 0/  £40 off £200 off Cycle Clothing with Code @ Wiggle
31/10/2018Expires on 31/10/2018Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
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Thanks, just saved me £15

Holdsworth Brevet SRAM Apex 1 drop bar road bike - £499 @ Planet x
Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
This looks like a cracking bike for the money. Classic steel lines and drop bars, 1x drivetrain. Made with decent quality bits which could be upgraded as required. Basic tektro ca… Read more
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The flat bar version has hydraulic disc brakes and, although it's subjective, has a nicer paint job. . The description of this bike is all over the place .it describes hydraulic disc brakes, then mechanical disc brakes, but it's actually the cheap choice tektro brakes .



This is an amazing bargain. Look up the price of the Apex Groupset and the fulcrum wheels on their own and they are way more than this complete bike


Great bike for the money. For those commenting on gears, my father rode a single chainring close ratio 6-speed most of his life and preceding competitive years, held endurance records across decades and still beat me on hill climbs well into his 50s (despite my attempts at modern technology and gearing). All about what you’re used to. Heat from me on this one.


I would say that it’s not the wear on the gears that is the problem with a decent bike, it’s the wear on decent rims that is the problem if you have rim brakes. If you have disc brakes then I see no reason not to run a decent bike over the winter.

Dancing and Cycling Paddington toys £9.99 @ Home Bargains
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
The dancing one is currently £35 in Argos, cheapest I can find is around £15 for either on eBay. HBs website only has the dancing one. Dancing Paddington Bear Dance along to the … Read more

Thx for sharing, i originally posted these in May and been on HUKD several times since and more recently. This is Home & Bargains regular price. Much more costly elsewhere. 😝

E-Life La Grande Folding Electric Bike ('Refurbished' but mine came as new)... £499 +£12 (48 hour delivery)...£511 ... Toymonster Ebay
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
I got one of these last month as a kind of introduction to electric bikes and have been very impressed. The one thing against it is it is a heavy beast, and the fold is not one yo… Read more
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Heated for the op enjoying themselves.


Pleased you're enjoying your but no way is it worth anything like £999. Usual IdealWorld con. £384.99 for this very similar one from the same supplier!


I think the earliest they were released was around March this year, so if you did get one that somebody has used everyday, absolutely hammered and flattened the battery everyday (a bit unlikely, in my opinion) you would still be looking at having about 720-750 charges left. But I have a feeling these are stock they did not sell, (ie mine came and looked new, box was sealed, etc), or used a few times and returned (maybe the fold and heaviness issues put folk off... Ideal World did make a big thing of returning it no problem etc, and in their presentation they did make the fold appear to be easier than it is in real life (they did not do a full fold), but other than that their info was spot on). Also a big plus of this for folk not on a bike in a while is the weight it can take, over 19 stone (I am 17.5 and it Handles me easily).


They are refurbs, so be worth knowing how many charges are left as the battery is a costly consumable. The halfords ones are around £400!


It's a pretty basic bike with a few no-name or low end parts in there but I can't suggest a better electric bike for the money. The best comparison I can come up with is the pendleton somerby electric from halfords. The battery's the same 317Wh capacity as this model but the brakes are name brand and the gears are a bit better but the price is £850.

Apollo Rocketman Boys Bike Bicycle 14" click and collect only £10 @ Halfords Ebay
Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
came across this while i was looking for a bike for my daughter, hope it can help someone for christmas/birthdays

Halfords do this all the time, they put £300 priced bikes at £50 etc, no intentions of selling them they do it to look like they sell cheap bikes


Cold, too small for me.


Stock in leeds, just ordered one, good find


theres stock in Bristol - shame I dont live there


Not that I know of. Don't waste ur time

Calibre Rivelin Road Bike @ GoOutdoors - £349
Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
I was looking for a good bike, that can stand proud next to the big names, without having to break the bank. I think this is a great bike for the money. Aluminium frame, carbon fol… Read more
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£26 at mo (they have dropped the 59 more now), previous gen Tiagra rather than current so maybe 1.5 groupset diff would be more fair? and only if you are after a 59cm frame ;) Not disputing though that is a far better bargain and steal, compared to this, as they clear stock - albeit never worth the rrp they advertise. Going the other way you could get the Claris 2400 on the Roux R7 from Winstanley at £300 - think the Calibre though is a nicer looking bike. Not sure how many bike snobs think Cailbre and go outdoors to be top tier either ;)


Fair deal, but for £30 more you can get a full carbon and two groups up tiagra. Oh but it's from sports direct so brand snobs will scoff


You describe yourself as 'big fatty' so thought I'd better mention weight limits of Calibre bikes are about 100kg for the rider with a total load of about 115/120kg I think which is about mid-level. Some brands are up to 160kg total load (136kg/300lbs rider weight) and some like btwin are even lower at 100kg total load which is about 85kg or less for rider weight. Worth bearing in mind as you sometimes don't get to see this information until you've actually bought the bike and see it written in the manual. Going over the maximum rider weight will not normally mean instant failure of the frame you just may find the frame more flexy and you will accelerate the fatigue of an aluminium frame so shorten its lifespan considerably. Also if you buy a frame as a 60kg rider which has a capacity for a 160kg total load you may find the frame harsh as the frame may be extremely rigid with no flex. Some of the reasons why some frames ride better that others are they design the frame to flex more but this also can reduce strength as flexing is basically fatiguing the frame over time. Allowing for clothes, accessories fitted to the bike and any additional stuff you are carrying in a backpack etc I would think a sensible rider weight limit for the Calibre is about 95kg.


Not bad as a first road bike or winter trainer.


Agree - wouldn’t buy at this price without Dura Ace, Zipp 202 wheels and a free Wahoo Kickr. Got this the other week for £99 on sale. Cold (lol) (lol) (lol)

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