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Shimano XTR M9100 / M9120 12 Speed Chainset £229.99 @ Wiggle
Posted 12 h, 14 m agoPosted 12 h, 14 m ago
no its not a pizza cutter/slicer, its a niche deal on a top of the range shimano crankset, likely to go cold. This exact item is on Tredz for £459 a choice of XTR M9100 (non boost… Read more

Yes it's definitely a bargain for this level of chainset,shocking the stock issues,they don't seem to be getting any better.Unite often have made in UK chainrings on eBay for around a tenner ish I got three just incase


Latest Slx is on Merlin for £105 with a chainring everywhere else are long since sold out, even XT are pushing the £150 price mark as oem no chainring, This XTR double chainring is hard to source 135 euros on a german site so should be able to trade on and replace for a regular 1x chainring , read earlier the XT doesn’t come with the tool so that’s another £15-20 on top


A thing of beauty but I won't go above slx level it's all you need,think I paid 50 quid for my slx m7000 chainset of Merlin cycles before the shortages and it's a fine looking chainset


I don't even have a mountain bike but this is a thing of beauty and only weighs 592g (y)


Nice price, but more than I am willing to spend.

Shimano Ultegra 6770 Di2 STI Levers - £89.95 @ Merlin Cycles
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Posted 15th MarPosted 15th Mar
Shimano Ultegra Di2 10 or 11 Speed STI Levers. Electronic STI levers for use with the Di2 front & rear derailleurs.

Have you played the Oscar Pistorius drinking game ? Its 4 shots everytime someone goes to the bathroom


Roses are red, violets are glorious, never sneak up on Oscar Pistorius


How much for the rest of the bike?


oos :(


I think you'll need a gun for that (cheeky)

Shimano MT600 Boost 2x11 XT-SLX MTB Groupset £209.99 delivered @ Chain Reaction Cycles
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Posted 10th MarPosted 10th Mar
with the limited availability of shimano at the moment this 11 speed drivetrain could be just the ticket you are looking for, think it'll sell out pretty soon SLX shifters cassett… Read more

Mines a V3 that I’m getting off a mate, the forks and wheels are going to kill me though. Can get a set of Pike Ultimate’s for £650 but finding boost wheels at a COVID reasonable price is almost impossible. Brakes, dropper post, saddle, bars, pedals etc I already have.


Great bike had a v2 CC loved it, think I’ll go to a tallboy next.. I just can’t face the money of Sc and bike parts at the minute, it’s not that long ago I got a 130mm boost fox factory fork for £550 now you are looking at double


I already have the frame and few other bits. :(


If you’ve not got the frame it’d be cheaper to buy a full bike and upgrade/sell on bits as new other (fitted unridden) I priced up a replacement 5010 and it came in at £8.2k last summer, got an occam with XT/factory instead


I'm trying to build up a Santa Cruz 5010 frame atm & the price/availabilty of parts atm the is shocking. Due to Brexit many European shops wont ship to the UK and most UK shops have no stock and /or astronomicle prices. Was going to go for a SRAM GX 12 speed groupset but due to said cost availabilty I've got a GX/NX mixture from eBay & Decathlon. Still cost nearly £300!!! And still haven't found a chain yet.

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

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.


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


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!


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.


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.

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De Ver Flight Shimano Ultegra 105 Mix Aluminium Road Race Bike £1199 @ De Ver Cycles
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Posted 11th FebPosted 11th Feb
De Ver Flight Shimano Ultegra 105 Mix Aluminium Road Race Bike £1199 @ De Ver Cycles£1,199 Free P&P Free
This is an in-house bike brand of De Ver Cycles, which, as some of you may know, is the best bike shop in South London, run for decades by Maurice Burton - a legend of British cycl… Read more

Yeah, that can't have helped. But personally I'm happy about it, but haven't used C2W with the new regs yet.


^This plus the growing availability of Cycle2Work schemes, which are no longer capped by the £1000 spending limit.


GBP to USD has tanked since 2016, bike industry works 18 months ahead of schedule so your 2020 bike will have been paid for with pre-brexit funds. You only need to reduce stuff if you can't sell it. Everyone wants to buy a bike and the factories haven't got back up to speed since lockdown in 2020. The bike firms can't keep up. Edit: 2020, not 2028! :D


you are very right ..and what the bike companies are doing now same model but inferior parts ..i compared my model of 2018 i bought with the newer model ..very inferior gears and brakes used absolute joke!!...guys wait till this covid bike increase is over better prices to be had then .."


Try the cordite at Merlin cycles 3 frame sizes available and great after sales service. Plus carbon and £100 cheaper.

SHIMANO CYCLING OVERSHOES S2100D - BLACK £24.99 + £4.99 delivery at Decathlon
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Posted 9th FebPosted 9th Feb
SHIMANO CYCLING OVERSHOES S2100D - BLACK £24.99 + £4.99 delivery at Decathlon£29.98Decathlon Deals
I've had it with coming back home with my feet soaking wet.. so decided to research various types of overshoes, these ones seem great and have good reviews on Decathlon's website. … Read more

I've got Boardman overshoes in large (should of got XL tbh but none in stock) they just about go over my size 12's so think you'd be ok with XL.


I use a big boot instead when it's raining. Just chuck the bike in the back and off I go. I'll get my coat.


Thats my BD present sorted! Cheers


This is standard price - not a deal. You can get Sealskinz Halo which are properly tough and regularly posted on here for £22.98 delivered . If you have smaller feet and want cheap Caratti deep winter are £7 plus delivery from . You can even get 5 prs of Planet X Flanders oversocks for a tenner and change them every day. Sealskinz hydrostop socks can be found for £20 delivered Personally after messing around with multiple overshoes nothing beats properly fitting winter boots - Fizik R5 Artica for me For flats try Endura MT500 which you can get for £28 delivered - but most overshoes rely upon having a stiffer sole than trainers for the rand to cling onto. Why not stick to walking boots and gaiters.


Thanks, I figured you'd most likely end up sweating on them so I'll pass. I don't like the sound of the wetsuit! I dont often plod along so I think I'll stick to the overshoes I've got and decent, wicking socks.