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Lapierre eXelius SL 600 Carbon Electric Road Bike with Shimano Ultegra - £2,000 @ The Bike Factory
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Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
This is an excellent bike at a bargain price. RPP of £4700; between £3800 and £4300 in any other retailer. Free delivery to UK, physical store at Chester. Only Large available (55c… Read more
confusedx

https://www.thebikefactory.co.uk/shop/bikes/sub/electric/trek-domane-96875/option/ They just added this trek to the clearance section with 2k off.......not sure if it compares to the Lapierre spec wise.

mchcreations

Depending of the specs they might even be expensive (:I As an owner of a cheap, heavy, not efficient electric bike with over 3000miles on the screen, I’ll suggest is worth it to spend some money and buy something better; but of course if you can afford it.

tennysonford_Blackbird

I've just picked up a leaflet from Aldi and there advertising electric bikes for 699 pounds from Sunday and pay online.

alan.mcardle

why...i do it all the time on my emtb... :)

alan.mcardle

i just paid over 4 grans for an emtb... it's not a poor mans hobby :D

Planet X: Carnac Podium SL Road Bike Helmet £24.99 + £3.99 delivery: Flash Sale @ Planet x
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Posted 29th AprPosted 29th Apr
Seems to be a decent cycle helmet for the price at the lower-mid end of the price scale: flash sale until end of Bank Holiday Monday takes another £5 off the previous sale price, u… Read more
dma_hukd

I can't see it. Any specific jersey is the offer on?

d8smt

Got my helmet yesterday. It's actually pretty good for a basic helmet, looks the part and quite comfortable. Straps are a bit long though which requires some faffing about to get them into three right position. Overall not a bad buy for the price.

nipslufc@aol.com

There is deal on Planet X buy a jersey get a free helmet sorry haven’t got a clue how to post deal on here

BargainHunterUK

The two tones look absolutely class. Whilst I don't have one, I recently bought a Carnac Crois LED and I've been very impressed. Nicer (and much lighter) than my MET helmet that I paid double the amount for. Support a British business, have some heat (y)

Planet X LED road bike helmet - £19.99 + £3.99 delivery @ Planet X
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Posted 15th AprPosted 15th Apr
4 day sale. Normally £29.99 + postage. I've been waiting for them to go back on sale The Carnac Croix SE LED has all the features, function and great fit you need, in in a safe, c… Read more
Dave

Yeah, must admit I wasn’t expecting much from the LED, but it’s defo got enough sequences to satisfy beyond the novelty aspect

FooFighter312

Is it available for kids?

zeffania

Mine arrived today, box slightly squished but all looks ok. Pleased with the looks and the light which has quite a few options

PureMAD4

Ok your on repeat and as I said MIPs is an add on feature alongside the safety testing that has in testing made helmets safer. In my opinion I would like MIPs so wish they would do a MIPs one. Thank you for you time but I need to do other things now . I'm commuting today in my MIPs helmet so I may not make it to reply

bonzobanana

Again, absolutely nothing to do with helmet certification and none of those bodies are involved in certification. It would be completely illegal to sell a MIPs helmet if it wasn't certified and tested to the required safety standards which have nothing to do with MIPs. There are no helmet certification standards in the world that recognise MIPs.

Continental Grand Prix 5000 Performance Road Bike Tyre, 700x25 - £30.98 delivered at Amazon
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Posted 19th MarPosted 19th Mar
Continental Grand Prix 5000 Performance Road Bike Tyre, 700x25 - £30.98 delivered at Amazon£30.98 Free P&P FreeAmazon Deals
The new era in road cycling - the best all-rounder in the field at a completely new level of performance The 28 "| 700 is bike rim size and 25 is width BlackChili Compound Vectr… Read more
villageidiotdan

Probikekit ran out of the 28s before I could decide to get a pair so I got some from chain reaction. The £2 extra cashback offer with Topcashback, 2.9% cashback and £10 newsletter discount for new users swung it for me as the total should be just shy of £60 for a pair.

E_Gardner

I believe that is exactly how the pro riders train!

Cycling_chum

Put the duranos on in the winter when it don't matter how fast you go. GPS in the summer.

villageidiotdan

Thanks Cycling Chum! :) Damn, I'm confused now as I thought I was running 28mm GP4000s but checked and I'm on 28mm Durano+ lol No wonder I thought they were puncture proof! I wanted to make my old road bike quicker but I feel bad buying the GP5000s as I have a nearly-new pair of Durano+s in the shed. Not sure at my level if I'd even notice the difference.

Cycling_chum

Cheapest way to order from pbk is to use your existing customer account to reccomend another one of your email accounts as new customer. You'll get 10% off your order via the referral link also your referring account will also get a £5 credit. Hth.

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Medium only Lapierre Sensium AL 300 Disc Road Bike 2020 - £899.99 delivered @ Triton Cycles
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Posted 20th FebPosted 20th Feb
Medium only Lapierre Sensium AL 300 Disc Road Bike 2020 - £899.99 delivered @ Triton Cycles£899.99 Free P&P FreeTriton Cycles Deals
Uncompromising performance at the sweetest price. Inspired by the Sensium model, the Sensium AL is our Sport model built with Supreme 5 aluminium that emphasizes comfort. Perfect f… Read more
afroylnt

Thanks for the tips.

Sahhh

I have a pair of Specialised RBX Road Shoes - they retail for around £75 but I got them on sale for £38.99. Check Rutland Cycling, they usually have nice discounts. You'll want SPD shoes and SPD pedals. I have the Shimano PD-EH500 pedals which has a clipless and flat side. Cleats will come with all clipless pedals and these pedals had the multi-release cleat. If yours don't come with those, you can buy multi release cleats for really cheap.

afroylnt

Thanks. I plan to try clipless on one bike. I actually find the straps on toe clips fairly easy to get out but then I don't have them that tight. Sounds like the multi easy release cleats are the way to go; any recommendations for what ones & a cheap pair of clip-in shoes (preferably ones you can walk in normally ie. mtb/flat).

Sahhh

I think so, yes. The strap on fabric pedals could prevent you from moving your foot entirely by acting as a barrier. With clipless, if you get the multi easy release cleats you ncan pull in any direction to get out

afroylnt

how so; I have used them for a couple of years. Do you think clipless are easier to get out of in a crash?

Shimano 105 R7000 - 2021 Merida Scultura 400 Road Bike in Red £1000 delivered @ De Ver Cycles
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Posted 19th FebPosted 19th Feb
Shimano 105 R7000 - 2021 Merida Scultura 400 Road Bike in Red £1000 delivered @ De Ver Cycles£1,000 Free P&P Free
Are you ready for a big statement? Well then... here it comes: Without a shadow of a doubt, this is the best value for money bicycle money can buy today! I came to this conclusi… Read more
znicho

Merida Scultura 105 in alloy is always such a good deal regardless of where you get it from. Sadly out of stock in most places you look simply because of how affordable it is for such a great bike.

baggy1234

It’s all getting heated given most of these are now out of stock now ..

Painterman73

I know what you mean, I swapped a 27 speed hardtail for an 11 speed full sus. 1x drivetrains always have the overall gearing too low, I've bought a bigger chainring to see if it's better overall as I don't really go up crazy hills any more!

Rusty82

I do have a set of road tyres which I have used a few times, which do help things but it's more to do with the gearing and geometry. I only have a 1x drive train which isn't great for maintaining any sort of top speed. I have done some long cycles on it and its been OK but its not great for the long term. It is like you say, a pain to change the tyres all the time though so I haven't done it as much as I'd have liked to.

Painterman73

Another option is to get some slick or semi slick tyres for your MTB. They make a huge difference when riding on road due to the reduced rolling resistance. I have a spare set of wheels with semi slicks on so I don't have to change tyres each time I'm going to do a lot of road miles and they're still good for light off road riding. You do need an extra set of wheels, discs, tyres and tubes, but it's cheaper than buying another bike.