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Sensa GiuliAero Carbon Road Bike - 2018 - £1399 @ Merlin Cycles
Found 30th NovFound 30th Nov
Great deal! Sensa GiuliAero Carbon Road Bike - Special Offer The latest aero bike development from Sensa sees the original Giulia G2 road bike evolving into the new wind-ch… Read more
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I've never had an issue with press fit bb, on any of the road or mountain bikes I've had. The trek I use for winter has around 7k on the original bb and still runs smooth, and I ride in all weathers, I guess I've been lucky.


Not if you have to do it twice a year. Also note creaks aren't always curable by reassembly and replacement. It's a very impractical standard. Personally I can live with on my dry weather Sunday best road bike. But all my other bikes have threaded bbs.


Swapping out bb86 doesn't look too bad if you've got the correct tools.


Because press fit doesn't work like that. You "pop" the entire bottom bracket out and then have to clean the shell and put a new bottom bracket in.


Yeaaaah. Finally some proper deals. Proper eye candy 🤤

Vittoria Rubino Pro Folding Road Bike Tyre 700x23/25 @ChainReaction
Found 25th NovFound 25th Nov
Absolute steal particularly for the 25mm version - I've been using these for years (just cleaned my bike, saw I needed some more and found these!) - they're great tyres. Grab th… Read more



25s are fine I’d stick with what you’ve got unless you start getting punctures


Guys, i'm running on continental 25 ultra sports for winter, are they suitable? or better going for a 28 in something like the durano? I've also got the original rubino pro's that came with the bike, would they be better?


Great tyres. Well worth it.


Used Rubino Pro’s myself on my winter bike for years and was happy with them. Very few punctures but not great in the wet. Switched to Duranos and found them much better. Just giving my opinion. I’m not on my own when I say they are not good in the wet but make your own mind up

Giant Contend 2 2018
Found 24th NovFound 24th Nov
designed and developed for aspiring riders looking to elevate their experience on the road, contend offers responsive acceleration and a more endurance-oriented rider position. bor… Read more
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Get yourself a suspension seatpost. I ride to work along a towpath with cobbled sections. Low pressure in 38c tyres wasn't doing much so I got a Suntour NCX seatpost and my back hurts way less now. I've still gotta wear gloves though or the vibrations make my hands numb.


I now ride a gravel bike with 40mm tyres filled with slime. I was getting punctures riding on the cycle lane as it is so cut up.


'developed for aspiring riders looking to elevate their experience on the road ' Pot holes feel so much better on an expensive bike. Seriously, I've packed in road biking because the risk factor has increased significantly. Not just drivers watching everything except whats going on around them but the state of the roads...... Take care out there folks!


Ah OK, that's a shame. Still a good price :)


£25 postage making it £400. Doesn't appear to be a collection option if local to the area.

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Decathlon Triban Btwin 520 Road Bike £349 instore
LocalLocalFound 24th NovFound 24th Nov
It doesn't look like it's online but excellent value for money from decathlon if you can grab one. Spoke to staff and apparently it's only on for this weekend. "Designed for hitti… Read more

No modern road bike should need to go above 28mm absolute max. From a btwin right up to an s-works Roubaix


A lot of bike for £350. Interesting to have a triple chainset too, not very common nowadays. Should mean higher speeds on the flats are possible if a masher and make steep hills easier. Not one for heavier riders though.


Pretty sure Aquacadabra is right, when I bought my 540, that was £499 and the 520 was £350.


What you on about precious???


It's not online. Decent bike for £350, but been riding 40mm tyres now for 2 tears after 35 years if 23-25's and there's no going back !

Cube Attain Pro Disc Road Bike 2018 model with Shimano Sora group set £575 delivered all sizes in stock @ Tweeks Cycles
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
Decent price drop on this considering the 2019 model is £849 and not much difference spec wise. All sizes in stock at time of posting. Cheapest elsewhere is £639 but only limited s… Read more

Just put in Cube carbon frame issues in google to see quite a few complaints but I guess not uncommon for carbon but the company response was less than stellar on many occasions. Any idea who makes the frames, information doesn't seem to be available by googling except for made in the far east. Does your frame have a 'made in taiwan' or 'made in china' sticker or anything like that? I'm quite curious about where brands manufacture their frames but I think Cube is independent. Many European brands are owned by Accell I think who heavily use fuji-ta in China for frames but don't know much about cube.


I got the 2017 version of this... far superior spec. Everything is different bat the frame and carbon forks, which I can't fault. Absorbe's the bumps very well... and the 12mm thru axle front and rear make it nice a stiff.


Any details on this? I've got a carbon Agree from a few years ago, and it's been an absolutely brilliant bike. The frame has never had any bother, not even from the press fit BB. Fast, light, stiff.... Not sure what more I could get at the price point I paid. I had an aluminium Peloton a few years before that and it was a brilliant alu frame. light, but the seat stays were super thin for a bit of flex. I'd put Cube near the top of my shopping list on past experience. The only thing holding this bike back is the average groupset / brakes...


That's how it works though isn't it. Brands have to compete in sporting events to create brand desire and do sponsorship and those extra costs are then added to the cost of every bike. It is well known that Cube frames are made in the far east but just wondered who is the actual manufacturer at the moment. You can find it for Canyon who are Giant for their aluminium frames but Quest Composites for their carbon frames although I guess this can change at any moment if they move to a different manufacturer. I could be wrong but I believe Canyon used to use Giant for their carbon frames before moving to Quest Composites. It's hard to know the quality of a frame when either the company is basically an importer or they may have different models or even batches made by different frame manufacturers. I personally don't do brands unless the brand and the manufacturer is the same. If I don't know the manufacturer I just weigh up the components I'm getting to the overall price charged. Cube don't have a great customer service reputation and the bikes are merely assembled in Germany from far eastern parts and so in my opinion should be judged on what you are actually getting for your money. I'm not interested in paying money for sponsoring their tour de france efforts especially as there is probably no connection at all between those bikes and these entry level bikes.


I didn't see Calibre in the Tour De France this year though? Cube are a well respected German brand with great reviews. My OH has a Cube Litening carbon bike and often does etapes and 120 mile rides on it and says its the best bike he has had / owned.

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Altura Mens long sleeve thermo Jersey £16.49 RRP £49.99 all sizes and colour @ Altura
Found 22nd NovFound 22nd Nov
Good price and quality jersey for cold days. delivery is £3.95 or free above £50. Free returns There's also gloves, overshoes and jackets up to 71% off… Read more
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Can I wear this @ 'Degla'?


I find Altura stuff fits accurately to the sizing model. Good quality clothing


Unfortunately it's not windproof, so in colder days you will need a jacket or vest over it to keep you warm.


Site down.. must be a good sale


As it is semi-fitted I would advise M or even one size up. Check the size guide on the website bottom (y)

Genesis Zeal 20 105 Carbon Road Bike £999 @ Cycle Republic
Found 21st NovFound 21st Nov
Just spotted this one on the Cycle Republic website from UK brand Genesis. Looks like they've got the original retail price wrong too as Evans and Edinburgh Bike Co link to it at £… Read more
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Who makes Genesis frames and what is the weight of the bike? Also maximuim tyre clearance at 700x25 seems low although could be perfectly normal for this type of bike. I would hope for at least 700x28 though. Also CST tyres supplied? Aren't they quite low end tyres for such an expensive bike. Not saying they are bad tyres just not much bling to them. Pretty sure I've seen CST tyres on sub £100 bikes occasionally and I believe they supply Raleigh and many low end brands for their own label. Bell (walmart) tyres etc.


:/ :D


Not bad for Carbon with 105 groupset. Alternative Cube option with disc brakes for just over 1k

Muc-Off 50% off everything on site BLACKFRIDAY, free delivery £25 spend (bike cleaning products, lube and Sealant 1L £15
Found 19th NovFound 19th Nov
all mucoff gear half price until wednesday 9am, excludes already discounted packs

Getting his bike ready for winter, like Sean Connery in Thunderball :)


A medic perhaps?


It is what it is! (y)


Great word usage johnnyS “Coagulation” :{ (highfive)


Tubeless on bikes is brill, with the caveat it can be a faff to set up. The advantage being that faff in your garage is better than faff at the road/trailside changing a flat. I've not tried muc-offs sealant but most other brands are ok, it's pretty much liquid latex with some fibres into to help coagulation.

Planet X RT58 (Blue only) Alloy Road Bike with 105 5800 RRP £699-£559.20 after discount code
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
PX RT58 Alloy Road Bike with 105 5800. In blue only. Normally £699 20% of with code BLKFRI20 A lot of bike for the money, brilliant for a winter trainer audax or commuter.

Exactly what i had with my Cannondale - "105" with FSA and Tektro. In fairness the FSA cranks are pretty decent, the Tektro's were not. Just single pivot jobs, so bought 105s and swapped them over. Made a noticeable difference.


Agreed. It just irritates me that they call it a "5800" bike when it's not.


Not bad for base package, perfect opportunity to upgrade at later stage imo.


Tektro brakes and FSA Cranks. Shame.

Vitus Razor VR Road Bike 2018 £449.99 @ CRC
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Good entry road bike. Here is some description : Description Vitus Razor VR Road Bike The Razor Razor VR Road Bike is the perfect road bike for the first timer; it's comfortable, n… Read more

I have this bike and it's very good. Only issue I have is front derailleur is a bit fiddly to adjust


This is clearly a knock off, there's nowhere near enough RGB lighting for it to be an official razor product. At least it's VR capable though :/


I know its an inferior drivetrain but you can get the Giant Contend for similar money. Slightly lighter, easier hill climbing (11-34T) and a much more advanced frame. Unfortunately limited frame sizes left. I think although Claris is worth considering over the Razor if your frame size is available.

Scott addict 10 disc road bike £1499 @ Westbrook cycles
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
£1499.00 for a full carbon road bike, with disc brakes and ultegra gearing is an absolute steal. Yes it's a 2018 model and only available in a size medium, but at 44% of the list p… Read more

oos now


I'm 5' 10" and happy on a 54cm CR1


Awesome deal. Just bought one and posted a deal as I hadn't seen this!


If you ever leave your husband give me a shout , the only thing I get given by the other half is a list of diy jobs and what I need to pay for.


Anyone know if this is full Ultegra R800 or a mix with the older 6800 chainset etc? Other sites have listed as R800 unlike Westbrook. If they were open today I would call and ask. Thanks

Giant Rapid 2 2018 Flat Bar Road Bike - 18 Gear / Hydraulic Disc Brakes £574 @ Rutland Cycling (Giant ATX 1 also £338.99)
31/12/2018Expires on 31/12/2018Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
Dropped in a few places recently, but Rutland Cycles have come out on top by about £26 today. Good looking bit of kit and specs look decent as well. Looks like plenty of sizes all … Read more

Not been at all impressed with Rutland's so-called sale prices or 'discounts' for many months now. I am also fed up of getting so-called deals in my inbox only to go to the Rutland site and discover that the bikes are only in size small or extra-small.


I would want more than that discount for a bike that’s technically last years.

Brand-X Road Bike 2019 - £229.99 @ CRC
Found 1st NovFound 1st Nov
Looks like a decent entry-level road bike. Gets good reviews: Use code NCV2018 (for new accounts) to get £10 off.

Yes and support with surplus stock is available - that does not equate to your incorrect guidance that manufacturers were releasing newer bikes 3 years after the Claris 2400 was released as their mainstream products at upto twice the price of Claris 2400 groupset bikes available using the 2300 groupset. This is what you stated and I have pointed out the obvious flaw in such stated logic. Said image links please? Place Hamilton into a GT86 and me into a McLaren F1 and race Silverstone and I would bet I would not win. However, relatively you are often scrapping the bottom of the barrel and a more apt comparison you would be of you advocating a Chevrolet Cruz compared to a GT86. My point would be I know which one a driver would more enjoy, feel and have more fun with and I would question the first one actually being someone that either chooses to drive or enjoys doing so. The bias is here plain to see coming from yourself, Myself I am countering your bias with the facts presented rather than following your fabrication on what has been stated Lets break what the reviewer states: "I've always looked after my bikes, cleaning the chain, gears and cassette after a ride and trying not to go out in the wet (my TTE has never seen a raindrop!) I guess this has helped keep the Muddy Fox in good working order" That is not he avoids rain on his TTE and uses his muddy fox instead for rain as you have inferred. He literally states he avoids rain on all his bikes (note it is plural). He also states so far not a drop of rain has touched his TTE. That does not give future state or his intended use and is where you are fabricating rather than relaying fact. There are a number of situations where rain could end up on the TTE. The fact you can not relate to them is a very strong indicator that you have a greater passion in talking about bikes than the actual passion in using them. His other statements in reference to the Boardman ride include : "It's definitely faster" "feels a lot faster" "wind was up and felt headwind more" (yet it was faster) In reference to the muddyfox: "Only having 16 gears and because it weighs quite a lot, it is a bit of a struggle up hills" "At £200 it stands me at nothing" Indeed, prices have gone up with both taxation and the pounds value between the time period the Claris 2400 was released till today. Context was in relation to your quote on the older stock of the muddy fox race 200. Disagree that these share same spec - the current Virtuoso has Claris 2400, was updated to it in 2014 and is far better than the muddyfox race 200. In upcoming sales the carrera is the one I would suggest keeping an eye on for bang for buck as a minimum spec presently to consider for those interested. The dual shift sti's on the Claris 2400 (most obvious sign of them being on the bike) is a really good example of shimano's trickle down tech and that they are seriously considering the budget arena as a vast improvement as well as introducing riders to how the upper tiers will feel if you then move forwards. It was the muddyfox race 400 I thought the best bang for buck when it was on offer - the jump between 4600 tiagra to 4700 is nowhere as significant as between the 2300 to 2400 - albeit next price bracket up. Concur - where we disagree is that at £250 you are into the the sales prices of the virtuoso and then with zeek and other vouchers can bring it further down whilst getting a signifanct step up. Certainly to bring the muddy fox up to the same standard would cost a lot more than that price difference. Again you are demonstrating that you are not and have not been a road rider doing distances this century. I would bet you that video reviewer would use his TTE for when entering competitions, sportif's and when exerting himself in a more competitive - equate this to being greater distances from getting to your destination and showers are not always guaranteed to be missed. The counter side of that is the heavier bike can make up better training on shorter distances or when going with slower groups. As he stated "it is a bit of a struggle up hills" now if distance riding and hills are significantly more effort just consider for a moment what percentage of time this takes out of your ride. To give you a clue - losing 1mph when going 5mph is more significant than losing 1mph when doing 20 mph. Additionally you then have the zone 4 exhaustion (look up zonal training) - this is the reason you see at the front of pelotons racers taking it in turns to lead and push their effort and then draft to recoup - it is only a few percent difference. However, that few percent is the difference between lasting a short period until spent (look at some the track events where effectively you have members forfeit themselves as a final push) to being able to effectively hold to the end. If you want to understand this better go reserve an 8 kg bike and an 11 kg bike. For myself that would be going to around the 100 mile mark as a test - bring it relatively to where you are at, try the same and feel free to tell me how you felt no difference at all especially powering up hills. Reality is I suspect digestives would win whilst you pondered about doing. As per the video I linked on the better bike the climb is described as being on his heels - the cheap bike was where he was sat back in the saddle this is a difference between being able to push beyond in a spritely fashion compared to grinding it out. Here is a real chart on overall trend. You must also consider there is an artificial weight requirement set by UCI on professional bikes that has been in place this century:


It could be older can't dispute that although groupsets don't always disappear immediately and 2300 components are still available. There seems to be some images of Muddyfox Race 200's with Claris instead. The sports direct site is pretty hopeless at selling bikes and describing them correctly. No question the bike is inferior to more expensive road bikes but the margin in performance is very small there are lots of articles about the times.Durianrider showing that a simple $500 road bike is perfectly capable of beating extremely expensive bikes. Again as ever with your comments you put in some weird bias that utterly nullifies your points. He does maintain his bikes but his Boardman carbon bike he won't even take out in the rain. You make it sound like he has to do a lot of maintenance to keep the Muddyfox going but the reality is he rides it much more and has done very little with it and it performs almost at 95% of the level of the Boardman bike. Incredible value. I don't know much about the Merlin Performance PR7 so can't comment but do know the Btwin's have significantly less rider weight allowance so not really comparable. I think the Muddyfox bikes have a rider weight allowance of 115kg significantly more than the Btwin. The current Merlin Performance after a quick search is £440 with claris groupset and carbon fork. Looks a nice bike. Btwin's cheapest bike with decent components currently is £350 for the Triban 500. Interestingly has a triple chainset. Again good higher price options rider weight permitting in the case of the btwin but a long way from the current Muddyfox Race 200 price which puts it below many very low end road bikes with freewheels and tourney derailleurs. The Race 200 may be a good competitor to the Carrera Virtuoso and both share a very similar spec but currently the Race 200 is much cheaper. Both the Virtuoso and Race 200 are probably a fair bit heavier than some carbon fork equipped bikes but for many the safer more durable steel forks are a feature worth having for a bike taking abuse, possibly getting knocks etc. Steel forks would be my preference. I'm hoping to build up a titanium road bike at some point but I will want chromoly forks despite the weight penalty. Many bikes are given as weights without pedals in their medium frame or sometimes even smaller frame. The sort of bikes that use generic far eastern budget frames don't vary much in weight at the lower end I find unless they are using pretty much chinese market spec frames which are a little weaker and lighter. Companies like Giant and Merida can do strong frames with lower weight frames even on budget models like the Giant Contend that sells to close to £400 sometimes. It's a sub 10kg bike with a 125kg rider weight limit, 10kg luggage and allows a total load of something like 145kg including bike weight which is 45kg more than btwin. It also offers a lifetime warranty. Personally at around £400 last year's Giant Contend model would be a far better option than the Btwin or Merlin. I personally see no reason to spend around £250 and get a road bike with junk freewheel and tourney components. The idea that 1 or 2kg extra when climbing a hill is a deal breaker I also disagree with. Factor in the riders weight and this weight difference is minimal hence why many times do not vary that much between cheap and expensive bikes. Durianirder had the osprey (generic claris road bike) dropping times at about 1 second a minute compared to high end bikes. Not forgetting tour de france times have only gradually improved over the years as we have evolved through steel to aluminium to carbon bikes until Lance Armstrong came along with his magic juice who improved times marginally greater than before.


Looks an ok deal to me for an entry level bike?


It is older stock than 2 to 3 years ago, the Claris 2400 that superseded the 2300 was announced in March 2013. There is quite a few differences between 2400 and 2300. Main stream entry road bikes with the Claris 2400 released in 2014 included the Merlin Performance PR7 at £300 and Triban 500SE at £330 both of which were significantly lighter than this bike, as with most things sport direct the rrp needs to be looked at with a pinch of salt.. 95% close over a short 13km test run followed immediately by the better bike and his grin is so much broader on the second run (the drive to the bottom sometimes missing the so important joy/fun factor). As per your last linking of this video there are far more in-depth, substantial and professional comparisons out there such as this one As per the video's owner you have posted, if you read his comments, he states it is much slower on climbs due to its weight and gearing. He is using the cheaper bike for all weather training or in group rides, I would presume for the group he rides with he wants the extra handicap/training from the entry level bike. He also states he thinks at £200 it stands him at nothing and has not been a waste of money although cautions he is meticulous on cleaning and maintenance.


As you can see from the video I linked to its about 12kg in the largest size with pedals according to the owner, the brand x bike is 11.5kg in medium without pedals, there is the real possibility that the brand x bike is heavier despite it's light low end drivetrain.. It won't be assembled by sports direct you'll get a boxed bike direct from the factory which will need possible adjustment, grease etc because they are simply box shifters who provide no support but the basic bike is fantastic value but no point buying if you can't do bike maintenance yourself but that is true pretty much of buying any bike online unless you buy a bike which the retailer has assembled and checked and then repacked but many stores who do this don't do it for their lower end bikes anyway. I'd also point out a freehub based bike, with stronger cassette, metal derailleurs do add weight over low end part plastic derailleurs and weak freewheels with small ratchet mechanisms. While higher end freehubs and deraillers are light weight entry level freehubs and derailleurs are a little heavier. Personally I would not buy a junk bike because I like the retailer or it has a better brand. I'd rather buy a bike which uses higher quality components from a unlikeable retailer with a rubbish brand if necessary. They are all brand slaps from the far east. It's sport's direct low rating amongst cyclists that has probably forced them to heavily discount their better quality models.I'm happy to take advantage of their loss if I needed a road bike. They have been sitting on that stock for sometime, it's an old groupset. At the time the groupset was mainstream bikes with that groupset were retailing from £350-700 so seems a bargain for about £150 even if it is old stock from 2-3 years ago. According to that video the Muddyfox bike is just under 95% as fast as the Boardman carbon fibre aero bike costing well over £2,000 and the Boardman bike is very competitively priced for a carbon aero bike and could match the performance of bikes costing much more than that from the big brands. Saying that from what I understand its best to replace the tyres of the Race 200 pretty much straight away as the 700x23 tyres are too low profile and uncomfortable. Better to go 700x28 or 700x25.

X-Tools Essential Torque Wrench Set £22.99 @ crc chain reaction
Found 1st NovFound 1st Nov
Essential toolkit for ensuring your bolts and screws are tightened to spec, if you have a carbon bike you need one of these ————— X-Tools Essential Torque Wrench SetThe X-Tools Ess… Read more
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One thing to note on these despite a direction lever they can only torque right hand threads.


Or leave the business end of a spark plug in your bike's cylinder head. Got the t shirt for that one. 😁 I'll be getting one of these for my carbon baby.


That ok on a steel bike but get a 5 grand carbon and try that


Pfffft, take it up to shear, then back it off a quarter turn. ;)


Tested mine out today. A little bit crude, but accurate out of the box (8,9,10,11Nm) when compared against an 8-60Nm Halfords Professional wrench which came with a calibration certificate when new. This is even though I didn't read the instructions to click it 20 times first by hand. The only downside I'd say is it's not as loud and positive when it clicks. I think this maybe how a reviewer on CRC wrecked a headset.

Giro Foray Road Bike Helmet £32.50  Merlin Cycles
Found 30th OctFound 30th Oct
Giro Foray helmet -2018 version. 2017 version is £48 on chain reaction. Rated 9/10 on cycling weekly. Also Giro MIPs Cinder Helmet half price £67.50. https://www.merlincycles.c… Read more

I ordered a Giro MIPs Cinder helmet and the helmet above.., can’t wait to try them-particularly the MIPs helmet.


I have this helmet and I'd recommend it. I would spend the extra for the MIPS version which you can get for £45 on Wiggle


Good deal - I have two of these in other colours. Very comfortable helmet if you have a fat head like me. Only minor downside is the straps are a bit weird and don't sit flat against your face - but you get used to it.


Thanks op, ordered myself one after my last one cracked!


Great deal thanks, ordered for me and my wife

Castelli Entrata Glove (Blue or Red) size XS-XXL only £10 (free delivery on £12 spend or £2.99 P&P) @ wiggle / CRC
Found 28th OctFound 28th Oct
A good price to put away for next summer Castelli Entrata GloveThe Castelli Entrata Gloves are a great entry point to the world of Castelli accessories for new cyclists and they'… Read more
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Cheers , bargain for a £10 whacked on a inner tube to get free p&p Been a few decent cycling posts of late


Comes with a pull tab and padding looks decent

Focus Izalco Race Ultegra Di2 Road Bike 2018 £1520 @ Sigma sport
Found 28th OctFound 28th Oct
Use code Extra10 for a great price on a Di2 bike. Focus Izalco Race Ultegra Di2 Road Bike 2018 The Izalco Race Di2 is a top road bike from Focus, fully kitted out to help t… Read more

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The XTRA10 code excludes bikes but still a great price.


The main downside to expensive wheels is, unless you have disc brakes, that for a huge chunk of the year the crap thrown up off the road causes significant damage when braking. So most people have a winter set, or even a winter bike. The last thing you want is for your carbon clinchers to get friction burns...😜


The one downside of my carbon wheels is I do more miles than on my Alu wheels as spend far more time avoiding potholes. So over a timed section I am probably no faster! XD


How about in green?

Holdsworth Elan Sram Apex 1 Hydro Disc Road Bike - £520 at Planet X
Found 21st OctFound 21st Oct
THe drop bar version of the Holdsworth Elan Sram Apex 1 Hydro Disc Road Bike is now £500 at Planet X. Delivery is £20 Sizes Small, Medium and Large are currently available. A de… Read more
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This bike is now back up to £699.99 so the deal is expired.


It’s roadbike focussed I guess. Some new endurance bikes have bigger clearance but then you run into adventure/CX/Gravel bike territory. I wanted steel for winter duties. Guess I’ll use my CX with 35 mm slicks.


Many thanks, that's a shame


28mm tyres max


Couple questions. I could not find any information of up to what size tires clearance it has? Would it be ok for cyclocross/adventure bike?

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