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Bike Lights - Moon Meteor Auto and Comet X Light Set £27.49 at Wiggle
Posted 4 h, 36 m agoPosted 4 h, 36 m ago
USB rechargeable, these lights have seven modes on each so they’ll get you the light pattern you want when navigating the urban jungle or the long roads. With the quick recharge ti… Read more
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I've very narrow bullhorn bars for commuting, would the mount fit around a standard bar stem instead; and can the light then fit pointing forwards? Sorry I appreciate that is worded badly!


Great price! Got these a couple of weeks ago at £34.99 from Tredz and they are really good for the price.


Good price for some very decent lights. Recommend.

Fix Your Bike Voucher Scheme [England] - Free £50 voucher
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Likely these will get booked quickly but you'll be able to book further in advance. Now have the full details of the offer! :) Hey folks, with the Goverment wanting as many p… Read more

So you weren't expecting anything other than a bad experience, yet you still went there instead of taking the advice of LOT'S of people to avoid them and use a local bike store? (confused)


Nope! I never said I did? I’m sharing my experience here for others too.


Yes, but my question still stands, were you expecting a different experience to the vast majority of us who've dealt with this shower of... (confused)


Just validating comments from my experience too...


I'm not sure, hence me asking

Planet X 365x Fluid Pro Turbo Trainer - £74.99 (+£6.99 Postage) @ Planet X
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Posted 24th JulPosted 24th Jul
Considering buying this myself Fluid progressive resistance, no cables or adjustment needed Suited for 26” to 700c wheels Max load :100kg Easy folding Quick Release skewer only (… Read more

Looks the same - reviews are good (not that you can rely on Amazon reviews anymore!). I don't think you'll have any problem getting the bike to fit. Just pop the skewer in the back wheel, clamp it in and tighten it up to get the tyre against the trainer. The Genesis (Orange bike pictured) has 37c 700 tyres that are pretty knobbly and even with those it was reasonable quiet. Will be keeping an eye out for a Vittoria trainer tyre (or even a cheap wheel if I can find one) for my road bike at the end of the summer.


I was gonna skip it but your post convinced me, need some way to keep fit during the pandemic, i work from home as well so this wlll be ideal to use during the day and the coming winter months. I read they can be noisy with MB tires but i have smooth grippy road tirs so hopefully it won't be too bad and the darn thing will fit. I'll update when i get it. Also, not sure but i think this is the same trainer here and as lots of good reviews:


Power??!! Taking it up to 40kmph was OK - much more quiet than my old mag trainer. Had a spin in the garden just because that's where I set it up but couldn't be heard indoors with the windows closed - will be using it it in the garage. I reckon you would be fine indoors - wouldn't cause undue disturbance in another room, certainly quieter than my feeble cordless vacuum. Felt nice and stable as well when the bike was fixed in.


Thanks for the update, how’s the noise when putting some power down?


Not what you're looking for but they came back to me from this address in the end: .

Extra 20% off All Turbo Trainer @ Planet X e.g. 365x Competition Mag Turbo Trainer - £63.99 with Discount + £8.99 postage
Posted 15th JulPosted 15th Jul
The stock levels are rising again! Turbo Trainers arriving at the end of the month and with an extra 20% off when you pre-order! Just add ‘TURBO20’ at the checkout.… Read more

Price needs updating to £70.98 with cheapest shipping available


Its not free shipping is it?


I am looking for rollers sadly. Cheers OP ;(


yes but only size 6 left ;(


I’m gonna run so fast in these :o

SLIME Unisex's 8 Puncture Preventor Inner Tube Sealant, Green, 237ml - £5.99 Prime / +£4.49 non Prime at Amazon
Posted 7th JulPosted 7th Jul
Don't let a flat ruin your day, let Slime's tube sealant protect your tyres and get you back on the road quickly and easily when you get a flat. Slime Tube Sealant seeks out and i… Read more

£5.39 at the time of this post (y)


Good stuff but remember it only works on Schrader valves ( i.e car type) there are a variety of work around for prestas but all a major faff with no guarantee that they will work.


Great stuff. As mentioned one bottle is good for two inner tubes. The top of the bottle doubles as a tool to remove the core from Schrader ('car style') valves to then fill with the slime. Really easy process. Saved me loads of time that would have been spent beside a track/road and/or walking home.


at ASDA regular price for this is £6.50.


Doesn't make sense.. I have an ebike and scooter.....never had a puncture. Ebike has a 1000 enduro miles on it.....both slimed......well worth it

Selle Italia Storica Saddle (full leather) - £39.99 + £3.99 del @ Planet x
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Posted 2nd JulPosted 2nd Jul
Available in black or honey. Looks a lovely saddle for the price, and a nice alternative to a Brooks Saddle. Selle Italia celebrates its 120-year anniversary with the release of … Read more

Sounds like you shouldn’t be going anywhere near a bike if a decent saddle gives you piles.


Back up to £58.99 inc. delivery now


£43.98 to give yourself piles, bargain.


Nothing of value lost, though.


Now banned. What a shame.

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Challenge 5 LED Bike Light (front only) for £3.29 or Rolson LED bike light set (front and back) for £6.49 both free click & collect @ Argos
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Choose from the single front light for £3.29, or the cycle set for £6.49 both with free click & collect from your nearest Sainsbury's or Argos store. The Rolson front and back … Read more

can anyone recommend me any good bike lights? im new to cycling and live in rural area. what is the best deal at the moment?


Really? (lol) (lol) (lol)


For that price, there's plenty on eBay of a similar quality which are usb rechargeable


No not really, but if they are just for making people aware you are cycling, then it'll be more than enough.


These are cheap for a reason and you will be disappointed.

Joules 207384 Saddle Bag - French Navy in One Size - £12.95 delivered @ Joules / eBay
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Posted 28th JunPosted 28th Jun
Hope it helps someone Fit and details: 100% Pu Across Body Saddle Shape Magdot Closure Hare Decal Branding Interior Pockets Adjustable Shoulder Strap Printed Lining H… Read more
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This one as well not faux leather but looks decent.


All disappointed punters, don’t worry if you have missed the deal here is another one for you, buy I mean enjoy!


Wowster initially it was showing 51% off from £24.95 now straight to £31.95; so was the original price £24.95 or £31.95? Should have bought two gutted ;(


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Showing as £31?

Inner Tubes - 4 for £10 + free Click and Collect @ Halfords
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Posted 28th JunPosted 28th Jun
£4 each or 4 for £10 from Halfords own range, which appear well reviewed. With more people cycling I thought this was a good deal as we have 5 bikes in the family and have had a f… Read more

Yes - I bought 4 tubes for £10 a couple of weeks ago, Mid-July


My comment above was based on me having picked some up in store with this offer in June, so I'd expect it's still on. Maybe call ahead to check stock and confirm first.


Still works online. Want to know if it will work in-store too.


It was in June.


Is this in-store too 4 for £10?

Schwalbe City Jet Bike Tyre 26x1.5 for £8.07 @ Halfords (free click and collect)
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Posted 26th JunPosted 26th Jun
Good price (y) The Schwalbe City Jet 26" Bike Tyre is slick and fast with an economical Puncture Protected city tyre design. Superb for the rigours of riding at speed in an ur… Read more
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Great deal. I paid £30 for a pair of these for my hybrid a couple of months back.


I bought them as I’ve mainly been sticking to roads during lockdown. There are the odd gravel country back road stretches that I ride on, and admittedly I took those very steadily. Not sure how long I’ll keep them on in all honesty. Need to change my saddle for a more padded one as the current Sells Italia is simply agonizing after 20+ kilometers riding. No idea what to get though. It’s tricky choosing one online.


That is a surprise in terms of not being quicker,make sure you don't get tempted to take any shortcuts across any mud,I had the 1.9" version and popped along a short cut and went through some mud and the bike literally went sideways it was frightening.


Hi. Yes, I managed to get out earlier this week, but chances have been limited due to the weather. Trust it to not stop raining after I’ve put semi-slicks on! The tyres grip well, although I’ve only had them out in slightly damp conditions so far. I thought I’d feel a noticeable difference in resistance and speed, but in all honesty I didn’t experience a positive gain on either of those fronts. I was actually slower on these tyres than on my MTB tyres, but that could just be that I wasn’t pushing as hard as I wasn’t confident how well they’d grip. I notice the bumps a little more, but I expected that. Are they worth £8 each? Absolutely, especially compared to how much my MTB tyres cost to replace. Do they offer any other noticeable performance improvements over MTB tyres...I’m yet to be convinced.


Hi have you managed to get out for a ride yet?I think they look fine on your bike,I was wondering how they would look at that width

Maxxis Welterweight 27.5" 1.9-2.35" Schrader Inner Tube £2.99 @ Amazon (+£4.49 Non-prime)
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Posted 18th JunPosted 18th Jun
Maxxis Welterweight 27.5" x 1.9-2.35" Schrader Inner Tube Maxxis Welter Weight 27.5" inner tubes are engineered for aggressive riders who require durability in their tubes.

I saw them on wiggle too. Never used that site and didn't know if they have shipping costs.


Thank you for sharing. Ordered. Seems to be same price on Wiggle - albeit with a shipping cost attached.


I haven't got one but wondered what they were and damn that must be a lot of suspension in the tyre.


I run 4.6 maxxis minion fbf/fbr on my fatty. If you can achieve it tubeless is the way to go, those tubes weigh about half a kilo each so the rotating weight is very noticeable. If you have cut out rims you can run latex inserts called fattystrippers (be careful googling it) that can make most fat bike tyres tubeless. Not foolproof but worth it IMO.


I've never used them myself, but looks like they can range from 3-5"

Slime Puncture repair & Preventor Inner Tube Sealant 237ml - £6.50 Prime /£10.99 Non Prime @ Amazon
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Posted 8th JunPosted 8th Jun
Slime sealant seeks out and instantly seals tread area punctures up to 1/8" (3mm) using Fibro-Seal technology. Instal in your bicycles, dirt bikes, wheelbarrows, riding mowers and … Read more

I used to get punctures even with marathon plus tires... With this I haven't had any major issues. It managed to patch the inner tube even after punctures that took out a small bit of rubber from the tires. With that being said keep it mind it adds about halv a kg to the bike. I use half a bottle/tire (700x38, 28x1.5). Also it does make it harder to notice tiny punctures which make your tube loose a bit of air when under hard pressure. I only noticed this while monitoring tyre pressure every few days. Between this and schwalbe marathon tires I would recommend the slime. Both combine work great, but you might not need them if you don't live in an area where people aren't idiot ls and break bottles on the pavement... Or streats are cleaned with a decent regularity.


This stuff is cack. Either change tube or just go tubeless


White sprit.


Off topic but could anyone recommend a good bike degrease product?


This stuff has got my wife home twice when she would have otherwise been stranded, I'd say that's pretty handy. Have since upgraded her to Schwalbe Marathons, hoping they help stop the puncture in the first place.

Lightweight alloy 7 speed 20" wheel folding bike with bag, pump, lights, carrier, stand, suspension saddle - £294.99 delivered @ Costco
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Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
Looks like a close clone of expensive Dahon folding bikes with comfortable geometry and very well equipped. Delivered or collect from warehouse. Costco back-up. Features: … Read more

Having recently purchased a Dahon, I must say that the hinges and the folding mechanism look quite different from this model (so I would cross Dahon out)


Ok, OK, but what do think of this one for £295? Any idea who makes it (not that it matters really)?


Very different to a Brompton.


It does look the business, to me it even looks like a brompton - problem is with so many mechanical specialized parts if somthing fails it could be a massive headache!


For most of Dahon's existance they have had their bikes manufactured by other companies and in the last few years they have a factory in China which makes some of their bikes, mainly assembling bikes and a small amount of frame manufacture. For the european market I think the majority of Dahons are manufactured by in Bulgaria. It's why Dahon's are so expensive because so many companies need to make money out of each sale. Fuji-ta in China have made many Dahon models including the dual suspension model I forget the name of which is in fact a fuji-ta design that Dahon imported into the USA. I think the only time Dahon built bikes for another brand so to speak were the Ford brand folding bikes but that was still manufactured by a different company not Dahon but imported by Dahon. It's not surprising when people get misled about Dahon their marketing material is probably the least honest of any major bicycle firm with many false claims about the company and which products they design themselves and their level of sales. In fact many of the top staff from Dahon went on to form Tern bikes and they are even worse.

Bikehut Front Bike Light - 1000 Lumens £40 - free delivery @ Halfords
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Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Bikehut Front Bike Light - 1000 Lumens £40 - free delivery @ Halfords
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Found this and it seems like a good kit for £40. High power 1000 lumen maximum output USB rechargeable Intelligent Power Bar Power Bank functionality 8 modes (1000, 650, 40… Read more
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Thanks OP, I have purchased (having just returned previous cheap lights from Amazon which failed after 2 outings). As others have said, this 1000 lumen light comes in the box with the "out front" combo mount which can hold this light and a Garmin GPS.


£25.88 with 400 lumens or Lezyne 200 lumens for £18.99. You can get 10% off with bluelightcard ( I think )


I have this light. It's a proper "to see with" light, you can get much cheaper "be seen" lights if you don't want to spend this much. It would be complete overkill for a street lit commute for example. This one also comes with the out front Garmin / light mount that the more expensive one comes with. Plenty bright enough for unlit country roads on middle settings and gives great run times if you do (get about 5hours). If you don't need great run times but still need to see with, then buy the £25 500 lumen version and run it at full pelt (no Garmin mount for that one). I have gone through many eBay specials, Amazon cheapos, AliExpress etc. as I commute year round by bike on unlit roads. Reliability is the main issue with those. Had too many fail on me to go there again. Think this is outstanding value as it has great performance and reliability without going up to Exposure prices (or even Lezyne / Cateye to be honest!). Powerbank function is a useful little bonus most don't have too. The bad: It's a chunky one, both in size and weight Garmin mount wobbles due to the weight Takes forever to charge I would definitely recommend but it is always this price...


The 1600 lumen light comes with it - well the 2 I purchased did anyway.


Can anyone recommend a decent one at a budget price - like 20quid. Last one I had got lifted off the bike. Don't really want to be out £40 or £50 everytime!

Continental Quality Road 20-25c Inner Tube 6 Pack - £17.99 delivered @ Chain Reaction Cycles
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Continental Quality Road 20-25c Inner Tube 6 Pack - £17.99 delivered @ Chain Reaction Cycles
£17.99£41.9457% Free P&P FreeChain Reaction Cycles Deals
The Continental Quality Road 20-25c Inner Tube is designed to be a high-performance road racing tube. Featuring a lightweight construction and providing reliable performance. We ha… Read more
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cheers for checking


Just checked, they are Made in China


Could you please confirm if they are made in Germany? I bought Continental tyres for my 29er and the rubber compound is very soft (stupidly soft for a mountain bike terrain) and, no surprise....made in China. 'Continental make its bike tyres in three factories across the world – India, China, and Germany, and the ranges reflect this – Good, Better, and Best. The names and tread patterns are the same throughout so you’re still buying into the same family – think of it like buying a VW Golf – you can buy the base model and still have a Golf, or you can drive away in an all singing, all dancing Golf R with all the performance benefits of the premium product. The best range is handmade in Germany, features the BlackChili compound, Apex sidewall protection and is designed for experts, athletes and those who simply must have the best of the best. Dropping down to the tyres made in China, you get the PureGrip compound, and the range is intended for weekend warriors and those on more of a budget. You lose the Apex sidewall protection, but it’s still a tubeless ready tyre and at a much keener price point. Finally, you have the tyres made in India, which are an entry level option, and generally OE specification with a wire bead.'


Ordered yesterday, delivered today. Great deal thanks (y) 🏻

Continental Quality Road 20-25c Inner Tube 6 Pack - £19.99 @ CRC
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Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Continental Quality Road 20-25c Inner Tube 6 Pack - £19.99 @ CRC
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Haha I thought that puncture after 6 days with green slime tubes


Suspect it was someone who rode 3 miles as their exercise under lockdown and now has a full and comprehensive knowledge of all areas of cycling. I'm convinced that my garage eats inner tubes as I seem to be always buying the bloody things! I tend to just use them to make up minimum order values when buying stuff online, so rarely buy in bulk like this, but I can definitely understand the need. FWIW, I've been buying the lightweight ones for spares. I don't normally ride on them, but I carry them in the back pocket as spares as they are much, much less bulky than full weight ones and perfectly good enough to finish a ride after a puncture.


Am I the only one who thought it was a picture of a set of VHS tapes?!


Do you need tubeless tyres for that though?



Halfords inner tubes 4 for £10 (+£3.99 Postage) @ Halfords
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Halfords inner tubes 4 for £10 (+£3.99 Postage) @ Halfords
Inner tubes 4 for £10 all sizes

Yeah, they do "pop" a little, catastrophic failure I think would be the phrase. Fortunately mine wasn't slime'd.


Did it go with a bang? Because mine certainly did! Just before 7.30am, waking all the neighbours and right after I'd just put some of that green slime in so you can imagine the mess was like a Ghostbusters scene


Had about 3 go all in the same place. First two went just after inflation, and after I'd put all the kit away and the bike was sitting on the drive ( good timing ), last one went a few miles from home ( even better timing ).


Interesting, I've had one with a slow puncture whilst out and another burst shortly after inflating, both around the valve. Think you're on to something (y)


Or save a pound and do a bit for the environment and cut your old innertube up and reuse it.

FSA Chainset Gossamer Pro ABS Double 386EVO A9 - £71.99 / Pro Turnix Women's Carbon Saddle - £35.99 Delivered Using code @ Planet X
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FSA Chainset Gossamer Pro ABS Double 386EVO A9 - £71.99 / Pro Turnix Women's Carbon Saddle - £35.99 Delivered Using code @ Planet X
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This drew my attention when scrolling through, mainly because it said £20, but alas... it's an error :( Still £85 seems a good price, then use code MAYMADNESS and whip 20% off t… Read more

Cheap but very specific cranks for a few bianchis and that's about it. Fsa rings are generally cheese and are always bending


I saw this some time ago but wasn't overly tempted; I have the BB386 SL-K (carbon arms) in the same spec otherwise, and I think I can get one of these just to use as chainring spares. It's still cheaper than buying the chainrings separately...

SLIME Unisex's 8 Puncture Preventor Inner Tube Sealant, Green, 237 ml £6.50 (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon
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SLIME Unisex's 8 Puncture Preventor Inner Tube Sealant, Green, 237 ml £6.50 (+£4.49 Non Prime) @ Amazon
Slime Tube Sealant seeks out and instantly seals punctures in your tubes up to 1/8" (3mm) using Fibro-Seal Technology Use Slime Tube Sealant with an air source to prevent puncture… Read more
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Also after presta version please.


Thanks OP anyone got this to work on Presta Valve? The cap supplied with the bottle doesn't seem to be Presta friendly unless I'm being daft?


I reckon unisex means it works with both schrader and presta!


Also don't forget to check that you have a good tomato sauce? :p


Ah, right, thanks I'll have to check if I have a 2 piece presta or not

Bike Hut indoor Turbo Trainer £50 @ Halfords ebay
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Bike Hut indoor Turbo Trainer £50 @ Halfords ebay
After no stock there are some now available on Halfords ebay for £50 with majority of positive reviews. Worth for the occasional user stuck at home Bikehut Turbo Trainer When t… Read more

If anyone wants one around the slough area let me know


I would recommend a training tyre otherwise you will burn through your tyre and make a nice pattern on wall behind


It'll wear it eventually and be a bit louder - a smoother road wheel won't be so bad though, I switched out my cyclocross tyre for a bit of peace. One thing I would say is Halfords own brand turbo trainer tyre was easily the most difficult tyre to put on I've ever encountered, would recommend trying a different one if possible. As far as Zwift goes it seems most sensors that use Ant+ or bluetooth would work, although I'd imagine if it's ant+ only you'd need a dongle for your computer to use them (


Got one yesterday off ebay. Does anyone know if this will wear down my road bike wheel? Any way to get this working with the smart apps (eg zwift) using a cadence device?


Great thank you for that

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