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SPD-SL cleats (Shimano compatible) £2.10 instore Poundworld
LocalLocalFound 21st JunFound 21st Jun
Cheap SPD-SL cleats from Pound World. Used to be £4, but they’re 33% off (manager special). Plenty on the shelf in Hounslow High Street.

Tried out some similarly packaged ones from ebay a while ago, they were dreadful. The plastic was brittle, a yellow bit broke off within a day and the whole of the front broke off within a couple of uses. Avoid these - the £10 that Shimano charge seems excessive, but this isn't a suitable alternative.


Awful, just awful... as others have said, spend a few quid more and get the real thing! You won't regret it (y)


Spd moment! I've had a few of them! (excited)


I remember my first proper cleat fail, couldn't get clip out in time and boomf, right down sideways. Young girl in the car behind me at the junction nicely asking if I was OK whilst trying not to laugh.


Had these before they didn't last long at all. It was as if the plastic was too soft. Spend the extra 8-10 quid and get Shimano whichll last hundreds and hundreds of miles

Pair of road wheels Mach 1 rims shimano hubs £54.99 Dispatched and sold by DiscPadsDirect / Amazon
Found 20th JunFound 20th Jun Not for racing but for everyday use would be good.
winchman If you need 135mm rear for MTB perhaps these.

winchman Spacer to make it 10 speed. I think this spacer is slightly narrower than the one you'd use with 8/9spd cassette. You may well find a 10spd will fit any way, various places say 8/9/10 cassettes fit.


The title on Amazon says '8/9/10 Speed Hub' but the description has '7/8/9 speed rear hub'. If you're looking to get this, check with the seller what size cassette it will fit.


Well heat from me... I'm not a road bike person . I'm a mountain biker.. but this is a good deal non the less...

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Planet X RTD-80 Shimano Ultegra R8000 Mix Mechanical Disc Road Bike
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Doesn't look like a temporary deal, so this might be the new normal, but it's nice to see a carbon-framed road bike with a (mostly) Ultegra groupset and (mechanical) discs for unde… Read more

The cubes drivetrain is £500+ to buy so a real bargain the wheelset fulcrum 77 is pretty heavy 1.74 kg (£175) get a decent set of wheels and it’ll soon lose weight


It doesn't have pedals at this price, it you don't understand that then its obviously not for you. :p


Definitely the Cube for me, I prefer the look of the Cube (personal preference I'm aware) more importantly hydraulic discs over mechanical. Down side is a 105 over Ultegra although Planet X have skimped on chainset etc. In reality not much deference between the them, have 6800 Ultegra on best bike and 5800 105 with discs on my winter ride, not much difference in operation and feel, a few grams in weight and a bit of snob value if you buy into that kind of thing.


I’d go cube personally full 105 kit whereas the planetX has got a FSR crankset, plus the brakes are shimano not avid, do like that grey as well, it’s a kg heavier but 9kg ok for me when I could do with losing a few legs that’d be a few pies cheaper than paying hundreds on a bike


Shimano XT M8000 Shadow+ Rear Mech Derailleur (SGS medium) £49.99 @ crc chain reaction
Found 25th MayFound 25th May
£49.99 for medium cage sg 1x11 speed, if you are running 11-42 on a double chainring you need the gs long cage version £53.99 Shimano XT M8000 Shadow+ 11-Speed Rear MechNow boasti… Read more
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My mate broke an eagle derailleur last week and replacement is £170, it seems shimano or crc are reducing prices for the launch of shimano 12 speed that has the XTR launch today

Muddyfox Race400 Road bike - Carbon Frame/Fork with full Shimano Tiagra 4600 £504.98 @ SportsDirect
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
I know, I know - it's Sports Direct/Muddyfox, but this is actually a proper bike and a genuinely good price. Carbon frame and fork for £500, and with a full Shimano Tiagra groupset… Read more
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Thanks! I'll be looking for a roadbike to get to work and then gym (about 1 mile) a few days a week and I'm not short of hills where I live so currently using a giant talon 2 isn't enjoyable up hill.


No-one knows about the frame but there's no reason to suppose it will be any worse than any other rebranded entry level carbon frames of the kind found on bikes well above this price bracket. The gear and brake components (full Shimano Tiagra groupset) are remarkably good quality for this price point and are well established as one of the two or three market leaders at this level in terms of performance and reliability. The rest of the finishing kit (seatpost, stem, bars) are alloy, which are lighter than cheaper steel parts found on lower-end bikes, and while they are unbranded, higher-end branded parts offer relatively little over them for the average user so are not usually paying much more for unless you have the money/inclination to spend on small performance gains (most commuters won't.) Having said all that, if it's only being used for short commutes, most cyclists would consider a road bike like this to be overkill in some ways and insufficient in others. Shiny carbon frames look nice to thieves, for example... And if you have to commute everyday (rather than just when you feel like it and the weather's nice) there are other things to prioritise. For example you should look at tyre models that specifically have good resistance to punctures caused by the sharp things that urban roads are littered with and provide better grip in the wet if you're going to be commuting in different conditions.


Could someone please explain any issues with the bike, is it the possibly poor quality carbon frame or the parts are poor quality, as I'm looking for a road bike that will cover a 4 mile round trip to work?


Likewise, just got back from a weeks riding in Tuscany, mixing it with the old Italian boys on Colnago's, Bianchi etc..The old CP50 did me proud, and got a few looks from the locals 'wonder what make that is..'


Carbon frames is a bit of a lottery anyway. If you check out this link from a carbon frame repair expect who is ex-Boeing engineer you will see a catalogue of dire frames, voids, missing resin, poor design and de-lamination etc on even frames on bikes costing close to 5 figures. Because carbon frame manufacture is such a long inefficient process often by low paid workers consistency is often poor. Of course marketing will tell you otherwise but the reality is somewhat different. The only reason I rate Giant carbon frames so highly is because previously they had a series of recalls and reacted to it by massively improving their processes but the cost of the frames went up and many of their previous carbon frame OEM customers went elsewhere. From my perspective that is reason enough to choose a new Giant carbon bike over many other brands. The difference in speed between an entry level carbon bike (sub £1,000) and a £12,000 carbon road bike can be less than 1/2 second a minute or stated 20 seconds on the hour by someone for the same rider on both bikes yet the difference between riders of varying fitness, age and weight can be staggering in comparison. Personally I'd rather have a bike frame made of metal preferably titanium I just don't see the point of risking your life over the tiny speed gains of carbon. I understand carbon frames are comfortable unlike many aluminium frames but titanium also offers a very nice ride quality and the frames are consistently strong. Titanium also works out cheap when you consider the very long lifespan of the frame, resistance to fatigue and corrosion and durability when crashed.

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Shimano Ultegra R8000 Groupset. 44% OFF at Evans Cycles - £619.99
Found 17th MayFound 17th May
These ones are amazing and would recommend to anyone who is looking for an awesome and long-lasting Groupset. Description: Shimano Ultegra R8000 Groupset – 50/34 11/32. The group… Read more
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i take it you are one one of the fools with more money than brains. (lol)


Ah, you're one of those. Thanks for the clarification.


No, the fools who would spend £1000.00 on a few bicycle parts. Thats what boggles the mind.


What, the ones that mindlessly comment on things with no reason? Crazy isn't it.

Shimano G02A-R Brake Pads for XT M8000 / SLX M7000 etc Shimano mountain bike Brakes only £4 @ Amazon Add on Item
Found 10th MayFound 10th May
a great price, add on item so you need to be prime or spend £20 for free delivery if you went into a bike shop to replace these and get fitted you'd be paying £20+, so buy 5 pairs … Read more
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Bargain, unexpired cheer


Now 4 quid!


Now £4.95


whats wrong with resin, its summer, couldnt be bothered with the howl of sintered. in winter i'd agree done a few 3-4 hour rides and destroyed new that day pads


Good price but unfortunately resin.

Free £170 road/aero/tt helmet with bike - 2018 Giant Defy Advanced 1 Shimano 105 - Carbon Endurance Road Bike £1849 @ H2gear
Found 30th AprFound 30th Apr
Black road helmet w/mips, black aero helmet or white TT helmet (not really for this bike). Nice if you need one anyway and the matte black looks the business
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Ironically, a TT helmet is actually more aero lol!


I can't get more aero than a bald head😁


<sigh>, I'm sure you'd do just fine with a bobble hat


The marketing teams did good job on you:-)


Of course. Aero TT helmets are less well ventilated & so not great for long rides. MTB helmets have huge visors to keep branches out of your face but not very aero for a Time Trial. Use the right tools for the job in hand. :)

X-Tools Bike Tool Kit - 18 Piece £24.99 @ CRC chain reaction
Refreshed 29th AprRefreshed 29th Apr
a good toolbox for cyclists X-Tools Bike Tool Kit - 18 PieceThis 18-piece Bike Tool Kit from X-Tools provides high-performance cycle tools at a reasonable price point. Bike Tool … Read more
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Bought great deal 8)




Park tools aren't always great, there has been some poor tools with that brand and much of it is very overpriced for the quality for mainstream tools which aren't specific to cycling. Some of their stuff I believe is made in China nowadays and some of the Taiwanese stuff beats it. You need to consider every tool on a tool by tool basis. Park tools is a very media savvy marketing brand more than high quality engineering. If you compare them to low end bike tools they look good but slightly higher priced tools can often beat park tools despite being much cheaper.


Don't be tempted. Buy tools as you need them. Take a deep breath on price and buy Park tools


Personally I’d buy the tools when u need them and get better quality, ive had this set 3-4 years and I tend to use the cassette tool the most, the chainwhip broke so got the parktools one for £14, it is so much better quality and strength wise.. must admit was glad to find the bottom bracket extractor to change my cinch chainring over a few weeks ago ps. The wera coloured Allen keys are superb and help u remember the size when doing a job which involved numerous sizes

Shimano XT M8000 Single 11 Speed Crankset £69.99 with code at CRC
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Two lenght, 170mm and 175mm available. You need to apply promo code CLEAR2018 to get £10 off. Was originally £129.99

its a mountain bike crank, with the advent of 11 and 12 speed cassettes that go upto 50T [11-50T cassettes] with a 32 or 34t (even 36T) front chainring upfront you pretty much cover all the gears that the old double and triple cranks covered. definately the future, couldnt see myself going back anytime soon


Great for areas with no hills, or cyclists with super strong legs, perhaps?


Cutting discs are not included :(


Great thanks need a new pizza cutter! 🍕

Wilkinson Front and Rear Wheel Set, 32 Hole Double Wall Mach 1 Omega Rim, V-Brake, Quick Release Shimano 2400 8/9/10 Speed Hub - 700C x 130 mm, Black £55.99 delivered @ Amazon (sold by DiscPadsDirect)
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
The wheels on my B'Twin Triban 500 commuter are getting a bit crunchy so I bought these last week for £59.99 and they arrived on Monday. Look very good for the money - I couldn't f… Read more

thats what i'm thinking, need new trainer wheels


Ideal for a trainer

Rutland fully equipped hybrid bike, alloy men's and ladies' frames, Shimano, etc. reduced from £299.99 to just £159.99 (47% off). Possibly less with code (see thread). @ Rutland Cycling
Found 31st MarFound 31st Mar
ONLY LADIES' SMALL LEFT NOW! I was just browsing Rutland's Spring deals and came across this: a fully equipped bike (men's or ladies') for just £159.99. Alloy frame; 18 speed Sh… Read more

Rutland organised the collection of the bike within 2days. They have now refunded my order, they cooperated based on the rust (picture evidence). They offered to build the bike for £30 extra. The bike isn’t worth the effort.


Great. What did they say? Co-operative or difficult? It's good to know what Rutland are like these days.


Hi Besford, they collected the bike but have not issue me a refund yet. All the advice you and bonzobonanza provided was very helpful. Cheers


Hi zcgby03. How are you getting on resolving your issues with Rutland?


Those types of locks give people the impression their bike is secure. I see it every day. No security skewers, crappy cable lock, then they wonder why their bike is gone or their wheels go missing.

shimano 105 - 5800 road brake caliper, front or rear @ Chain Reaction - £27.99
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
Seems like a good deal. Available in black or silver (front & rear options). Free delivery & 2 year guarantee - can't see this would be needed but hey 2 years is better t… Read more

I used 105 5800 Rear+Front for 4 years until a few weeks ago when my foolishness resulted in the rear breaking (breaking, not braking). It has since been replaced with an Ultegra 6800. The 105’s are excellent callipers; despite living in Scotland where it’s often wet, these callipers could easily stop my carbon bike and me within two metres without being thrown from the bike. Not a single flaw to mention; if I hadn’t just bought a new calliper I’d jump at the chance for either the single or the pair at this price. DEAL


I brought a set of 105 5800 calipers for my Trek 1.5 Alpha and was amazed at the difference is stopping power over the old brakes.


And as for still using wheels.....



Will these fit a kids 16" wheel bike?

*back in stock* max5 per customer Shimano G02A-R Brake Pads for XT M8000 / SLX M7000 etc Shimano mountain bike Brakes only £3.95 @ Amazon Add on Item
Found 23rd FebFound 23rd Feb
a proper bargain on these £9.99 on most sites, get 3 pairs and spend another £8 for free delivery, max 3 pair customer to my knowledge these fit all the new M_000 ranges of deore… Read more
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It looks to read SL-M395 or it could be SL-M355 those brakes would use the B01S




tried to get a photo but its a bit hard to get focus and i cant read it, its tiny!


Have you got a picture of the levers,the lever usually has a model no, the Caliper looks like an Acera m355 m395 so I’d say you.ll need shimano B01S pads, they are slightly squarer in shape to this hukd, Genuine Shimanocan Be had for £4.59 on eBay


how would i find out what breaks ive got ? i have shimano but no idea what type and due a break pad change. my bike is a scott aspect 930 29er. not sure if its 2015 model, i bought it 2nd hand

Shimano slx m7000 brakes only £54.49 an end @ chain reaction crc / wiggle (10% BC discount)
Found 4th FebFound 4th Feb
A bargain if you are a British cycling member and can use the additional 10% off code, bc membership is well worth getting as it gives liability insurance, road collision helpline … Read more
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A big step up I upgraded the m395 on a bike a few years ago to slx m675 and it really made a difference to power, the m7000/m8000 XT have a right sharp bite point


I've got he M395 levers on my commuter and love them, I can only imagine how good these will be!


Different options slightly cheaper at ribble, if not using British Cycling

Shimano Ultegra FD-R8050 Di2 E-Tube Front Derauilleur - Braze On £124.82 delivered with code @ ProBikeKit
Found 1st FebFound 1st Feb
Bit of a niche one but I am updating my Di2 to the latest and have been keeping an eye out for the price to drop on the front Mech. This is the cheapest I have seen it and even th… Read more
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Anyone who doesn't is equally mad on my books


It's niche, but you don't find it this cheap very often!


Anyone who spends 125 quid on a ruddy derailleur needs shaking violently!

Shimano SLX M7000 hydraulic brake set £102.58 @ Ribble Cycles
Found 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
I was looking for a set of brake pads for my M7000 brakes and came across this on Ribble which is an extremely good price. Front - £52.59 Rear - £49.99 Can be bought individually… Read more

nice find


What brakes have you used in the past? The difficulty with a lot of bike parts is that it comes down to rider preference, some people don't like the quick grabby nature of the Shimanos and the new Guide brakes seem to have quite a few fans after Sram's rocky reputation with the Avids and DB's. I have the inferior Sram DB5's that came with a bike and they're not great but on the other hand they work fine and it's a lot of hassle to replace them. I've got a set of SLX's ready to go on it and should really do it while that bike is on its winter break.


Very good brakes, can't go wrong for this price.


Great stoping power, had them on a jump bike, it was more then enough and then on trials bike for a while not the way to go duh, cost me about £140 at the time and then I laid my eyes on magura mt5 for like £160 and all I can say that i should have got magura from the get go... No way to compare them two, magura takes it all For this price shimano is a good choise for a decent MTB


My YT Jeffsy came with Sram Guide R brakes, which I have yet to try, but have read they are not amazing. Would these be worth getting to replace the Guide R brakes and then sell them on ebay?

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