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LifeLine Essential Torque Wrench Set - £22.49 delivered @ Chain Reaction Cycles
Made hot 6 h, 50 m agoMade hot 6 h, 50 m ago
Offering you precise operation at a budget-friendly price, LifeLine's torque wrench and socket set will quickly and accurately assist you when repairing or upgrading your bike. Wit… Read more

Arrrgggg - MUST RESIST! DO NOT NEED - WIFE WILL SHOVE IT SOMEWHERE THE DESIGNERS BE EVER INTENDED IT TO GO, IF I BUY ANOTHER HAND TOOL! (Saying that, I'm fed up how a lot of my motorcycle settings are too low to dial in properly on my car torque wrenches!)


Bought, cheers


I also have and use this .. for a mountain biker a torque wrench is essential. Just remember to set it back to 0 (Zero) after you have used it. Otherwise you will cause it to not be very accurate over time .. so put it back to zero after use .. Heat from me ..


Got this also, works well, no issues.


Got one of these a few years ago. Quality is good IMO. (y)

GT85 Maintenance Spray - £1.99 instore at Aldi from Sunday 19th September (as part of the Cycling Event Special Buys)
Made hot 13 h, 38 m agoMade hot 13 h, 38 m ago
GT85 will be £1.99 in store at Aldi from tomorrow (19th September). This is part of the Cyclying Event Special buys. A few other things already posted that stand out: * Bikemat… Read more

Hope you’re kidding. Good cleaner but too thin for the serious cyclist.


Does that work? As in, in terms of chemisty? And probably physics too. I guess if you left the GT85 for a while to dry first, then the solvent in GT85 probably evaporates. But then wouldn't the small amount of Teflon come between the lubricant and the chain? E.g., so the small areas like rivet links wouldn't get any lubrication. Maybe. In any case, GT85 definitely isn't a lube substitute. Proper dry lubes leave behind a visible Teflon coating. GT85 just has enough to be hydrophobic. Your chain will hate you.


It's for the conditions to use it in, e.g. wet oil to oil your chain when it's damp/wet out and dry for good weather. If you used the dry oil on a wet day it wouldn't last long on your chain.


What's the difference between Wet Oil, and Dry oil?


I was trying to be polite :D

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Ogio Escalante 28 litre backpack in black/yellow for £39.99 delivered @ Rutland Cycling
31/10/2021Expires on 31/10/2021Made hot 17th SepMade hot 17th Sep
Great backpack for the commute with a top loading main compartment, and similar looking to the one I posted earlier , with its black and yellow colouring. I like them, made for … Read more

I'm not sure if I can't trust it, looks like the laptop etc. can easily fall out.


I think that is in reference to the news report and legal action against IKEA for their chest of drawers falling and killing a kids (hence why they all come with tethering fixtures and plenty of warnings now)!


In what universe has that ever happened? (lol)




Short video summary: This is a handsome bag!

Free See.Sense smart bike light set when you sign up to British Cycling - £39.60 with direct debit / £44
30/09/2021Expires on 30/09/2021Made hot 17th SepMade hot 17th Sep
Join 150,000 British Cycling members and we will say thanks with a feature-packed See.Sense Ace front and rear smart light set worth £79.99 when you pay by Direct Debit.* *ACE21 t… Read more

From their website "We are the nation's largest cycling organisation and the national governing body for cyclesport." If that's the case you'd think they'd be the last people trying to promote a light set that is not street legal. And yet this set isn't street legal as it isn't marked with the bs6102-3 British Standards sign. Just hope you don't get involved in an accident or get pulled over by the cops.


Roughly what kind of batter life do you get from yours? Is the front light on during the day too (I'm guessing it would be if there's a flash function)


I had signed up in just the last week, and was gutted to see this offer. I emailed them asking if they could apply it and they have done. Great customer service. Other benefits of membership: Third party liability insurance/legal support if there is a dispute 10% Halfords discount online and in-store (this one has already half-paid for my year's membership) Various other discounts and promotions.


Anyone had any confirmation from British cycling they'll receive these? I've paid for the Silver race membership and used the promo code, but no e-mail or anything on the site regarding receiving some lights.


Completely agree. Similar legislation in the UK governing min and max height from the road. Used to set my front lights using the same markers I used for my car