If only kids wore them great price and quality by specialized
All Specialized Discounts, Offers and Sale - October 2018
I saw this on a friend's son and really think the clasp is amazing. Secure but really easy for him to put on and take off. I'm surprised they don't show it in images or mention it more tbh... The light is also a nice feature but seems to almost the norm now
Might try this for my son
I'd really appreciate a link if peeps have found this cheaper? Cheers
Please note this is the current model which has the LED light at rear, not previous model without
Definitely suitable as a rear tyre in summer, I run the maxxis minion semi slick all year round and it’s virtually identical
It should be ok unless you ride sharp stones that said my mate managed to rip a prototype black diamond encased spec last month in an hours use (excited)
good price. but how puncture proof is it?
Was a couple of hours ago when I looked.
guys is this grey still avalable?
I can't see anyone suggesting that. My suggestion was to go for the slightly heavier Carrera Subway which is a rigid mountain bike with stronger 27.5" double wall rim wheels, a bike that you can take fully off road and is efficient on the road, one of the most versatile bikes you can buy.
I want to order xl one but same as picture says GREY. when you click select option which is this one? black tint rainbow xl ???
Most bicycles don't advertise weight
But does she have a chip on her shoulder?
Will it fit a girl ? She does not have a potato head
My head is actually bigger than a potato :/
Do these helmets come in Purple
Yeah you get 2 rolls per pack
Great price! Is one enough for both sides?
I covered my kitchen counter in this last week, but still not a pint to be seen; let alone a comely bar wench.
Haha yeah I know, funny lot the road cycling police (lol) (lol) I ordered 2 pairs for free delivery
Cyclestore have the same deals, although the roubaix were £20 and now £25 in the bogohp offe
Working now! (y)
Odd, it was working earlier.
Ordered one for Father's Day. He's going to love it.
code MAYMATCH500 takes £500 off, Happy days.
Aye.. and drink beer to keep thee that way... ;) gonna be a lot of thin blokes dying of nothing :)
Comment was posted in jest, my dude. I don't think cyclists should pay road tax. If nothing else it would be a cluster ahem trying to administer it. For a start we'd need an exemption for kids under 16 who've promised to stay away from busy roads and only ride on the pavements. :D
That's not correct, under the returns section this is stated: The customer will cover the cost of the return postage unless, the item is being returned is as a result of our error, (damaged, defective, wrong item sent etc), in which case we will refund Royal Mail First Class or Standard Parcel postage costs.
This would come in handy with the state of the roads at the moment. Can I put blue tape on a black bike though. Hmm
It’s free returns
What will that achieve, you'd have to pay to post it back
The simplest way to think about tubeless tyres is to think of a tyre with an inner tube, then stop thinking about the inner tube.
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.
My bike just arrived today built it up and then realized they have sent me the 56 instead of 54 not sure if I should keep it, size guide does say both sizes are for 5ft9. Hmm
Thank god the Enduro Elite has gone. Nearly spent £2099 more than I have on one.
Very poor show. Order refunded as someone else bought the bike apparently. Not sure why their website does not have live stock update. Meant I missed out on the eBay bike I was going to get for my daughter's birthday. Not happy at all!
Got a Hotrock 24 for £175. Bargain! That's what they go for in good condition second hand
Thankyou. Just hope this is the right bike now as struggle with the full race bike due to bad back and sore neck which is why i bought the 29er compared to the road bike though its so much more effort over distance.
52cm size in stock only
It's a short cage....so it might be a better to go with a med rear mech, if you want to run a 32 cassette.... I have read that a short cage will take a 32 cassette..though probably wouldn't chance it myself.... Lots of infor on the usual bike forums....
Itseems specialized spec their slightly lower spec models with a compact chainset (50/34) but their higher end ones from the Comp spec up come with the semi-compact (50/36) and are obviously aimed at those who want to spend a little more or are more into their road racing
You tend to get a semi-compact on an 11-speed. It's one of the reasons I wanted a new bike - looking forward to going faster downhill! You might be better off keeping the chainrings and changing the cassette to an 11-32 if you need an easier gear (if the derailleur cage length will take it).
That's because this bike is aimed at more at racing and not endurance as such, the Roubaix comes with a 50-34. I guess they expect you to go faster :)
Link doesn't work and can't find this on site. Is the RRP also a bit ridic?
You may as well get the cheaper sport version, as it has the same (non carbon) sole.
Only 43 and 46 left
Will this fit my bike I have 2.2 atm but wondering if it would work
You can't have it both ways! Tubeless allows lower pressures & more grip without the risk of pinch punctures. Pump the tyres up hard to get less rolling resistance but less grip too, tubeless or not. Tubeless also reduces overall wheel weight slightly but requires more maintenance as the sealant won't last forever. You still need to carry a spare tube in case the sealant can't cope.
Thanks but surely if there is increased grip, the rolling resistance will be higher? That can't be an advantage?
Grip and rolling resistance mainly as tubless tyres are far more supple, I run mine at 20psi is this muddy weather and the difference is notable.
What is the advantage of tubeless tyres for mountain biking?
Thank u ;)
Hope you got it half price then!
Thanks op. Just ordered one.
You don’t have to use them for cycling as they will have a blanking piece to cover where the cleats go. I’ve just ordered two pairs a size up from my usual as previous person suggested. They make great shoes /clothing & of course bikes. Always good quality and these are a bargain. Thanks. Heat added. 8)
Forgive the stupidity, but as these r from Rutland Cycling, is that the clue! Namely, are these specialist "Cycling trainers" :/
Have a look at my latest deal the Sc tallboy is an absolute steal and can go 130 front with 27+ tyres or 29er, if I hadn’t just got the 5010 I’d have been all over it my next will have to be a Fattie covered of most styles
Think you hit the nail on the head, 1 bike is just not enough, had this conversation many times with the wife (:I I run a 29er HT with 100mm up front for xc and 160mm FS, but I am looking at adding 1 more (highfive)
We all have opinions, it seems the magazines want us to buy plus size 29ers with long travel this month, my friend has just got a shockwizz I’ll hopefully be borrowing to tune my new 130mm travel full sus, I live in Yorkshire and so carrying a big travel bike is no fun on the uphills, hence I’m more than happy with the smaller suspension.. by neutralise i meant meant anyone can ride a big travel rig downhill at speed, give that same person less suspension and or a hard tail rear end and it’ll be a different story
Lol you what..neutralise the trail?! Geometry and quality of components is more important than mm , how you set damping...you choose the bike for your needs agreed, but this is not overkill, you just need to learn to set it up (highfive)
A massively overkill bike which will neutralise the majority of uk trail riding to make it boring, that said if you are gap jumping big and dropping off 1-2 metres rocks etc then yes will be a superb bike.. in respect of SRAM versus Shimano gearing, yes SRAM seem to be winning with the eagle and gx eagle 1x12 speed (single chainring on the crank) , Shimano 1x11 is great imho, but hopefully the rumours they are bringing out a new group set is true im pretty sure the SRAM parts sold to bike company’s to use is sold far cheaper than the after sales prices, possibly subsidised to increase market share on new bikes drivetrains over its rival Shimano, ps SRAM is a group company who now owns the branding of rockshox, avid , trutaviv and zipp forks are definately personal preference I’m used to Reba and pikes by rockshox but for my latest build I got a heavily discounted 130mm fox 34kashima
Well spotted - and those highlights are great!
Well spotted OP. Some nice stuff there for the ladies.
They won't roll as well as the Schwable but off-road they will offer superior grip . they are tubeless ready so in theory tape up your rims put a valve in, put some sealer in the tyre and bow up never to have an inner tube again
I wheelie never tyre of these deals
How would these compare with something like Schwalbe MTB marathons?
https://www.rutlandcycling.com/289566/products/2016-specialized-fast-trak-control-27-5x2-0-inch-mtb-tyre.aspx £8.49 for fast track tyre
Spec gloves are usually small fi
Hi... are they true too size?
Bagged a pair of these summer gloves for £8 in M and XL now only a small left