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Fox Racing Warm Up Long Sleeve MTB Tech Tee (S, M, L) only £10.50 (+£2.99) free shipping over £12 spend @ CRC Chain Reaction
26/04/2018Expires on 26/04/2018Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Super comfy & durable long sleeve tee from Fox Racing. Made from moisture wicking DriRelease® fabric to keep you dry. Features: Material: 85% Polyester, 15% Cotton Perform… Read more
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Yeah, thought that might be the case - American sizing. Medium should be good. Yeah, 85% poly, 15% cotton is a good mix. Was recently wearing a 100% polyester Oakley base layer though and found it perfectly comfortable - and feels more robust/long lasting than my Oakley 85/15 But this Fox t shirt looks casual but should perform, so great for general use.


I’ve got an fox indicator tshirt and the fit is probably slightly bigger than other brands , really good material feels soft like cotton


No idea why this is voted cold - perhaps as it was listed as a freebie before? Cheers OP Looks great. No Large left in stock, so ordered a Medium. Hopefully large enough. Any idea about Fox sizing? I'm a recent convert to "performance" polyester based clothing. Used to always get pure cotton - but stuff like this which is only 15% cotton pretty much looks and feels like a pure cotton T, but is much better when hot and cycling.


This is a deal NOT freebie :D


26" / 29" inner tubes £1.99 water bottles from £1.99 air freshener £1.99 powerbar 10 water flavour tablet £1.99 £2.49 peanut butter

KS Suspension Lev Integra Dropper SeatPost 31.6" (for a Small frame) mountain bike dropper £135 @ Merlin cycles
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
shame this isnt a longer one as I'd have bought saving of £65 on other shops 300mm in length 80mm drop and 31.6'' tube
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Rockshox Reverbs are back to £189 on chain reaction with 10% British cycling discount a decent price


yeah its the full length that is the problem, 80mm would be fine for me, but length is way too short any above 5ft8 will likely need a 380-450 dropper


Great price for this , could use the 80mm drop if you can live with it

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Scott 2017 Genius 710 Plus Full Suspension MTB - Grey £2249 @ Start fitness
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Reduced from RRP £4,699.00. Available sizes S,M,L Specs: Frame: Genius PLUS Carbon / IMP / HMF /, BB92 / Alloy swingarm with 180PM, U-Mono Link / Tapered Headtube, IDS SL dro… Read more
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Mid life crisis?


The Scott Geniu 720 2018 model won MBR' trail bike of the year in the plus category, so this is a really good deal:




Because mountain bikers are well known for their lycra :/

cycle surgery 1/2 price flash sale jackets incl gore bike rescue GTX (S,M,L) £110 (gore gilet £40, endura, fox, altura, Madison, mavic, castelli
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Great price just got a large, it’s goretex and super lightweight £220 in most shops with stock yes u can buy a bin bag and keep the rain out but this will be breathable and not bo… Read more
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Well at least it makes you visible - unlike all those black jackets - very unwise!


This one looks odd:


Good spot. Some great deals pity I can't really justify buying anything as I am well stocked in this dept.


ive got the gilet and its brilliant for offroad xc mtbing, keeps body warm and dry. the long sleeve element as jacket is excellent all year round with a base layer underneith for the warm blooded the fox mtb jackets are nice but sold out in bigger sizes throughout the day yesterday, the ladies gabba jersey seemed a great price.


Some great deals on there for top quality clothing. Heat added

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Schwalbe Nobby Nic MTB Mountain bike tyre - £17.99 @ Wiggle
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Bit specialist but if you want a great MTB tyre then Nobby Nics are some of the best and half price at present @ Wiggle Free postage & don't forget 3% Quidco
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It's a cheap lightweight tyre. For cruising around woods and bikeparks in the summer they are great. But I found the dual compound way too hard for any real life scenarios.


Love nobby's NICs nice and light, but remember this version at £17.99 is the performance non snakeskin version, also the compound on this version doesn't have as great a grip as the other compounds, handy for a rear if you aren't a heavy user on the sidewalls

Specialized mountain bike tyres ground control TR 27.5 x 2.1 £12.99 Delivered or fast trak 27.5 x 2.0" £8.49 (+£1.99 P&P) at Rutland Cycling
Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Cheap mtb tyres and the ground control is tubeless ready, free delivery on £10 spend ——————————————————— Versatile trail tyre, the Specialized Ground Control Tyre provides ample … Read more
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Good set of parktool levers takes them off no bother.


I got old skool inner tubes. I had a couple of puntures,so now I carry one of them sealant cans with compressed air for emergency. Think they're great. Saves carrying a pump and puncture repair kit with you (with all the hassle involved of removing the wheel,inner tube,patching up the hole etc.) With tubeless and sealant inside,if you have a minor puncture then the tyre should still be ok as the sealant should repair the hole.

great deal - would have ordered if I hadn't already got the ones from Wiggle posted a day or two back.


Tubeless tyres are a nightmare to get off if you have a blowout. I've gone back to non tubeless.


Right ok thank you

Ridge Men's Mountain Bike 26" free bike build and safety check £95 free c&c @ Halfords
30/04/2018Expires on 30/04/2018Found 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
Free bike build and safety check, much better option if you know little about bike maintenance. The Ridge MTB is the perfect choice for those who are looking for something for occ… Read more
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That's over a foot of saddle height adjustment but I doubt the saddle post has that level of adjustment and the handlebar stem certainly won't. This is a standard double triangle type frame which would normally have multiple sizes of frame to cater for different heights but is offered in only one (mr average) frame size. Halfords say 5ft 9" - 6ft 1" and to be honest that seems correct for a 19" frame so the rider has a good fit. That's a 4" height range which looks to be replicated by the saddle post height adjustment. Halfords do other bikes in a range of frame sizes but not this one apart from a child's 20" wheel version. You might be able to stretch it to 6' 2" at a push maybe 6' 3" even for a less ideal fit but you can't normally go lower unless you like riding without a saddle with your testicles either side of the top tube.


Its a typo on Halfords part. That bike would suit from 4"10 up to a 6 footer. Its good enough for general use , not an expedition bike by any means.Having it put together and adjusted is worth £20.00 in itself.


Going by the image on their site they don't look very fat although other issues come to mind especially the lack of helmets. The patron is the Queen and the president is jon Snow (the newsreader?). None of them look like decent support if you got into a pub brawl.


Don't you also get some kind of Halfrauds discount if you join the "Fat Boys Bicycle Club" (aka UK Cycling or something similar)?


The last bike i bought in Halfords needed everything tightened up...brakes and the headnut, worth checking over before use.

Terrain 26 inch Wheel Rigid Black Mens ladies Mountain Bike £89 save £46 free c&c @ Tesco direct
30/04/2018Expires on 30/04/2018Found 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
Terrain 26 inch Wheel Rigid Black Mens Mountain Bike £89 save £46 free c&c @ Tesco direct Basic model but not a lot to go wrong and easy to maintain. Ladies version here http… Read more
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gcmarcal Yeah exercise is a bummer


That's not necessarily true. I had a bike like this and it was a joy to ride, comfortable and fairly efficient due to lack of suspension. Compared to a Kona Lanai I also had it was about the same weight. What the Kona saved in weight with an aluminium frame was lost with it's heavy low end front suspension. Also even if you compared to a aluminium bike with rigid front forks the difference may be within 2kg. Yes 2kg is heavier but you have to put that in context of the rider's weight or stuff you carry. It may not be a big deal. For me one of the big advantages of a better bike is a superior and stronger drivetrain. Something that precisely changes gears even when raining or covered in dirt and doesn't need as frequent adjustment. Not having to worry about dropping off kerbs and knowing the bike will be fit for purpose for the commute etc.


The problem on these cheap bikes is that they are so heavy that you can't stand cycling on on them. I had one from amazon few years ago and gave away as I tried my sisters bike ( 200 ish quid) and the difference was huge riding it.


Would this size bike be ok for a 6ft fella as I’m not too sure about sizes cheers ?


Ok, then maybe complain to Tesco. I don't think anyone here can help you...

Endura hummvee convertible jacket (green S-XXL, red S-M) £39.96 @ crc chain reaction / wiggle
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
Ok reviews for this waterproof cycling jacket
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used once, like wearing a bin liner... breathable!!! not sure about that... spoke to Endure, they said you need the right base layer underneath to wick. I only did a really short ride, was soaked. My previous jacket was Gore, I could wear an array of tops underneath and cycle 50+ miles and not get sweaty. I always put my phone in a sandwich bag in the rear pocket to protect it from rain, when I took it out of this jacket it was dripping. Doesn't perform as described so sending back, think I would rather spend £100 on something that actually worked!


Checkout cyclesurgery lots of fox and gore jackets half price


Bought,sent back. Discounted for a reason.


Well first wear it’s ok, worth the £40 , it’s a bit boil in the bag (10-12 degrees) after a long uphill climb a few km and 100m+ I was hot, the arms don’t breath well, it then chucked it down for 5 mins and it’s definately waterproof, even my phone in the pocket didn’t get wet, the front doesnt sit great, think I.ll stick to my gore as element wind stopper for general wear, unless it’s hammering down and I.ll wear thi


hello, just picked up my C+C parcel, no hood

Mavic MTB Tyre for 29'er £8.99 / £11.98 delivered @ Chain reaction cycles
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
Great replacement tyre for 29 inch MTB, £8.99 each. For some reason the 27.5 is much more expensive. 26 is out of stock.
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I think chain reaction give free postage over 9


Sorry if it appeared aggressive, I was just bemused that you launched straight into a review of a commuter tyre.


Hi i used 35c marathon plus for over a year on my 29er comuting fitness bike and they were great and never puntured, Could do little of road etc Recently bought new 29er so old man can have old bike and it it has fat tyres like posted here did plan on swaping to marathons again but after couple rides i find the fat tyres so much better comfort better grip etc and no problems of road will be sticking to fat tyres in future puntures not problem i cary spares :)


Also Same Price at Wiggle along with 26 & 27.5 also in stock at £11.99 Mavic Crossmax Quest 650B MTB Tyre (27.5) £11.99 Mavic Crossmax Quest 26" MTB Tyre £11.99 Also have tubeless Mavic Crossride Quest Tubeless 29er MTB Tyre £13.99 And also the XL version in 27.5 - Mavic Crossmax Quest XL 650B MTB Tyre (£47.99 down to £14.99) Hope this also helps someone. Cheers for deal OP


The aim wasn't to compare but to pass on some good advice to fellow cyclists. One of the bikes in my comment is a MTB. Try not to be so aggressive it's only a bike tyre after all.

Merida Juliet 10-V 26" Mountain Bike 2017 - Women's Hardtail MTB - £252.50 del (+possible 3.15%TCB) @ Tredz
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
USE CODE 'SAVE40'. Great entry level MTB that won't fall apart if taken on trails. Good brand and a great price. This year's model is £380 most places. Only differences I can see … Read more
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Voted hot as it's not electric.


Voted cold as it's not electric.


Yeah, and I bet their mums are cross when they get home too! (shock)


ALways puzzled me but why do most mountain bikers not put mud guards on their bikes. I see them often with mud splattered up there back and legs. Is it some sort of fashion statement? Surely the few ounces that a mud guard weighs can't be the answer or maybe it is!


I have an £1800 wheelies insurance voucher (paet otlf tredz). Any recomend a good hybrid mtb?

Ridge Mens Mountain Bike 26" @ Halfords £85.50 TODAY ONLY assembled by them
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
Deal of the day gets you 10% off = £85.50 TCB/ Quidco 3% on top Ridge Men's Mountain Bike 26"The Ridge MTB is the perfect choice for those who are looking for something for occa… Read more
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Would be fine and maybe you would enjoy it enough to ride it more.


Will this do for 6 20 minute bike rides a yearbwith my daughter?


The lack of suspension is the point here. Keeping a cheap bike simple pays dividends for reliability. Even decent bike brands often use low end front suspension on their entry level models that can be problematic. This will be fine for road and light off road use, gravel etc. The lack of a front derailleur and multiple chainrings means this simple entry level drivetrain will be more reliable and consistent. Many good brands even up to £500 feature the same low end freewheels and Tourney derailleurs but extra complexity with a front derailleur setup. This will most likely be more reliable to operate than those although not give the same gear range so hills will be harder. The good thing about this is if it doesn't work well, brakes poorly setup, gears not shifting etc then Halfords will sort it and as the brakes and gearing wear in you'll get another service in 6 weeks to tune them up again which will hopefully last a fair time. Even these basic steel frames can give a more comfortable ride. You can allow for more flexing with steel tube than aluminium but the steel is heavier. Often the entry level aluminium frame bikes have steel or carbon forks to prevent the hard ride of having both aluminium frame and forks although some people prefer the greater rigidity and power delivery of a aluminium frame and fork combination and sacrifice comfort. Note the frame is only part of the comfort issue though and really can only dull or soften the ride slightly in combination with the saddle and tyres. A low end steel frame like this would only sit half way between a decent chromoly frame with thinner tubing and harder riding aluminium frame. You can only really make the comparison with other rigid bikes too as front or rear suspension will soften the ride considerably anyway but they have a greater weight and efficiency cost plus can make bikes especially lower end bikes high maintenance. It will be heavier though and lack of gear range means you will work harder on the bike which maybe what you want if you are trying to lose weight and get fit. It also will have low street cred which is good if you don't want your bike nicked but bad if street cred is important to your ego. It's just a simple cheap bike really with nothing on it that should cause problems.


Correct - and that's a good thing. Not sure what point you're trying to make? :/


Great price for a cheap bike. Yes clearly not going to be as good as one for five or ten times as much, but will probably do a job for a lot of folks. I do wonder just how many any of these bikes end up anywhere near a mountain. I brought an Apollo bike from Halfords for £70 odd quid about 20 years ago, rode it every single day for a couple of years, off road and on. Nothing ever went wrong with it & sold on to a mate when I started driving. I think it often depends on whether you keep the bike in good order or not

Dawes XC18 Rigid Mountain Bike 16" frame 2017 £144 @ Tredz - Free Postage
Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
All round MTB performance for rough roads and gravel tracks. The Dawes XC18 is an entry level mountain bike with a rigid fork for a simple, efficient ride. The frame is built from… Read more
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Hi. Thanks for the compliment (embarrassed) but I wouldn't put myself forward as an expert; I've just bought and sold a number of bikes (mostly used ones) since returning to cycling when I retired and enjoy working on them so I've picked up a bit of knowledge along the way. Your budget is a good one for a decent bike which doesn't get into 'silly money' territory. I suggest the key factor is what you want to use it for. All on-road or some (light) off road (eg towpaths)? Leisure and/or commuting? Distances? If you wanted a true 'mountain bike' worthy of the name you'd have to spend MUCH more, but I don't think that's what your suggesting. At your budget keep it simple: probably no suspension for example as it won't be necessary or any good, it just adds weight, absorbs energy and won't work well or for long! It sounds like some sort of hybrid is likely to suit but hybrid is a pretty broad term which really covers what's left after you've taken out all the specialist stuff (mountain, road, etc.) and runs from 'near mountain bike' to 'flat bar road bike'. Anyway, depending on your use there's plenty out there. Like so much stuff these days RRP should be a start point only and you should be able to get much more for your money on one of the many deals in a competitive market (though much of the 2017 stuff has probably gone by now?). Finally: size/fit is critical. The best bike in the world will be horrible to ride if it's the wrong fit whereas you can get away with a mediocre bike that fits nicely. This probably leads you to a bike shop rather than mail order if you're not sure. People are very dismissive of Halfords, which may be justified sometimes, but I think you could do a lot worse than going to browse their ranges. Clearly a specialist bike shop is likely to be more consistent but your budget probably doesn't work well there. Go and have a look at the Carrera stuff in Halfords: generally decent bikes (if properly assembled and set up by the shop) and your budget is at the centre of their range (though unfortunately most have suspension). Don't buy without a big discount from RRP though (they play games with pricing and each model seems to be discounted at some time)! Boardman would be even better but probably beyond what you want to spend (though see below). Avoid Apollo at all costs! If you can stretch your budget a bit what about this: I'm sure plenty of other HUKD members will have ideastoo.


I'm after a mens hybrid bike or light MTB at around the £300 mark thorugh Cycle 2 Work scheme. You sound like you know your stuff, so what bikes would you recommend? Cheers.


Yes Dawes were once brilliant. The Galaxy tourer and Kingpin folding bike were standout models. I have an old Kingpin model but that is the only Dawes bike I have ever owned. The current kingpin model has a £500 suggested retail price and yet appears to be the same budget components you find on a £130 bike using a similar generic Chinese frame except they have gone for the aluminium version. The sad thing is the original Kingpin is in many ways superior, being all weather (3 speed hub), better ride quality and better handling and a similar weight. It's only really the V brakes that are superior and rider fit thanks to handlebar height adjustment. Dawes seem to have dropped an even lower level now than a couple of years ago, very much budget end products even if the prices are higher. Even most of the Galaxy tourer models are using aluminium frames when they were famous for being comfortable strong steel tourers. You have to go to the Super Galaxy and Ultra Galaxy to get proper steel frames which are a £1000 or more. Also they were a supplier to Toys R Us and there has been a large decline in the number of local bike shops that would mean less outlets. It just looks like a company struggling to innovate and create standout models.


This isn't really a bike for upgrading or trail riding etc. This is simply a cheap entry level bike for people who haven't ridden since they were a kid and are maybe thinking about commuting or getting a bit of excersise without breaking the bank as the lighter nights make it a practical option.


Bikes like that I don't consider BSO's they are strong and last years. Yes the gears are higher maintenance but they are a solid introduction. I consider BSO's to be those awful dual suspension bikes at entry level prices where the suspension doesn't work correctly and is very short life. What they aren't though is mountain bikes they are only suitable for roads, light trails etc. Just been reading a thread on bikeradar where someone bought a Canyon carbon frame bike which had its frame crack on the first ride where as something like that Tesco bike could still be strong and working well 50 years from now as are many steel framed bikes around the world today of that vintage. A few choice upgrades would massively improve the bike anyway. Put some decent ball-bearings and marine grease in the wheel hubs and bottom bracket and a solid chromoly axle through the rear wheel and its a big upgrade.

Cube Acid 29" Hardtail Mountain Bike (Air fork, SLX/XT-spec components) £629.99 @ ChainReactionCycles
Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
Frame: Aluminium Lite, AMF, Internal Cable Routing, Easy Mount Kickstand Ready Fork: RockShox Recon Silver TK AIR, Pop Loc, 100mm Headset: FSA No.10, Semi-Integrated Stem:… Read more
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Taiwan is not China...


Well, ignorance or not wanting to know comes into play with Cube bikes. I have had a spin on my neighbour's Cube MB but he gets an allowance for bikes so picks what he likes best. We got talking and I didn't even know Cube was German. Although that is not strictly correct. He told me that 'the bikes are actually manufactured in Taiwan and then assembled in Germany.' If that's true it doesn't surprise me, so not German at all. China rules big time now.


Good luck to anyone who places an order. Ordered the Cube Attention and had my order cancelled (not a payment issue, they dispatched another order placed at the same time, and money was taken from my account and has now been returned) and the bike's still listed as being available now. And no phone customer service on Mondays (Tues-Fri only...)


You demonstrate your ignorance well, dear sir. Now go and crawl back under a bridge.


What a ridiculous price for a ruddy push bike!! You could buy a motor for less!

Scott Scale 970 Mountain Bike £575 @ ebay / evanscyclesuk
Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
Have been looking for a well equiped 29" MTB to suit a 6FT rider for a long time, finally a deal!
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I just received my bike and I can guarantee you all that it's definitely big enough for a 6ft rider! I even need to cut a little off the bottom of the seat post as it's too high in its lowest setting. Lovely bike, about 150x brighter than the photos - neon orange.


Yes. That's my opinion. It's not great value and I've given my reasons. If you disagree at least say why. If something more expensive is better value I'd normally go for that. Buying on value rather than rigid budget makes sense if you can do it. If I find something I'll post a deal.


Not good value so get something that costs more? At least find an alternative for the same price :|


I live my 29’er but Scott scales are more a race oriented frame, so tend to have a lower stem. This can of course to be adjusted but try one before you buy like all bikes.


I don't think size L would be best fit for riders 6ft tall tbh. Not that good a value overall. Coil fork? Better spend more and get something decent.

Amazon: Indigo Men's Surge Mountain Bike @ £97.30 (RRP: £299)
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
The Surge has a strong lightweight alloy 6061 frame with integrated head tube 21 speed Shimano gears with EZ fire shifters Zoom suspension fork soaks up the bumps Mechanical V s… Read more
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Did anyone else get the Ford Kuga HT? I just got an Onguard Pitbull bike lock for it and can't find a good place to mount the bracket for transit. I would prefer to mount to the top tube but with the three cables running along the top of it, that seems impossible. Mounting under it would crush them or have them rubbing the plastic tightly, mounting across it would push in on the side ones a little so also not ideal. Seat post isn't long enough to mount it, seat tube has the cable running down it causing obstruction too and down tube doesn't seem ideal shape to clamp it to. Has anyone fitted a bracket and if so where did you go for?


Got canceled


Amazon have not cancelled my order yet, just advised of a delay. Still in my orders as not yet despatched... however, I have now received my Ford Kuga bike order so this is no longer needed anyway (assuming my other bike is fine that is, haven't had a chance to build it yet but hopefully today).


Can't order this item at £97.30, Amazon have cancelled orders due to incorrect price and now £199.99, keen to find out if anyone managed to purchase at £97.30 ??


Just say that it was cancelled and say how disappointed you are

Carrera Sulcata Mens Mountain Bike - Blue, £297 at Halfords
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Also in silver (white and purple for ladies). The Carrera Sulcata Mens Mountain Bike - Blue is everything you'd want in a 29" Mountain Bike - and more. These big tyres will have… Read more

This is still available & there's an extra 10% off at checkout today making it £267.


Very nice bike but this is better value if the 'APP20' discount code is still working on the app. Which makes it about £245. Without the app discount its debatable which is better. The Muddyfox bike has better components overall I think but Sportsdirect will not be able to provide any support or assemble and test it for you or offer a 6 week service.




Suitable for someone 6'2"?


Yes, slightly perhaps... Kindest regards

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