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Thule 598 Roof Bike Rack ProRide, Silver £70.18 @ Amazon
Found 25th OctFound 25th Oct
Not as good as the last time this was posted by Hargrove Cycles (£66) but this just reduced for a special Amazon are having. Was £85 before today. Black version is £89.95. *edit… Read more

Except the 532 is just as good, and cheaper (2/3 of the price). At £66 I might have bought a 598, at £76 I'd definitely go 532. The thread from last time By the way next time you see a bike on someone's roof rack wobbling as they drive along, bet you it's in a 598. I'm sure it's still secure, but you look out for it and you'll see what I mean.


search on youtube , kid walks into a carpark just ripsbike off of top of car and rides off. I would be buying a separate lock and attach the bike to the rack itself


It's not a no brainer not to not buy this, i.e. you must not have no brain if you do not buy when you've not already got one.


Agreed, I got a pair on a recent eBay 10% off day and drove across Islay and western Scotland with the bikes on the roof through the middle of Storm Callum, not a hint of the bikes moving


Great piece of kit, used it number of times - never failed

Thule 598 ProRide Locking Upright Cycle Carrier - £65.99 with free delivery @ Hargrove Cycles
Found 29th AugFound 29th Aug
A pretty good price for this with free delivery!
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Thule 591s and the updated 598 version are both absolutely excellent bike carriers. I've been using them to shift bikes around over many thousands of miles for years now and they've never let me down. A few thoughts from my experience: - Use them with proper slotted bars, ideally Thule. This makes them much easier to install and position accurately. Installing on square-section bars are, by comparison, a royal pain and, for the newer carriers, you'll need a separate fitting pack to even use them. - The 591 and, perhaps less so, 598 have security that is no better than window putty. My standing rule is that the bikes are *never* left unattended on them, but on the very rare occasions that they have, they've always been chained with a 15mm motorcycle chain and watched carefully. It's inconvenient, but I'm yet to lose a bike :-) - Keying them alike is a good idea, but here's a nice trick to save a few quid: if you have Thule bars and feet, they will have come keyed-alike with four identical lock barrels. If you leave the rack on the car most of the time (as I do), simply swap the lock barrels over, so the 4 identical barrels from the feet are on the bike carrier locks that are used most often, and the mismatched locks are on the feet. If you ever want to remove the whole rack it will mean needing 4 different keys (perhaps no bad thing!) but when putting bikes on and off, you'll only need one - If you have carbon bikes, it's well worth investing in some Thule Frame Protectors. They help distribute the point load from the clamps to avoid cracking lightweight frames. - Alternatively, look at the Thule 599 UpRide. It's significantly more expensive (£150), but does't touch the frame at all, only securing the wheels using a clever crossover clamp at the front, and a regular strap at the back. Highly recommended if you can justify it:


Their website says "coming soon" so potentially could be coming back in stock soon. Keep checking back (y)


I'm always hesitant to do things like this in case the thieving scumbags decide to just mess up my car in order to get the roof bars off. I'd rather just lose something than lose something and have to deal with fixing whatever they broke to get to it. You're definitely right about not leaving these things unattended, too many immoral opportunistic people out there.


You're going to be able to rip a bike out of any of them truth be told- they are only Aluminium & plastic. I ran a chain through all the bike frames and under/around the actual roof bar when I left it in the car park at the services for half an hour. If they have an allen key on them they can take the bars off, but it's more about making it difficult than making it impossible, as with most crime prevention. This is where not leaving them on the roof for ages unattended is also a wise strategy.


I have two 598s and two 591s on my car - had to get this combination to fit four bikes. The 591s are decent but the 598s are great - really easy to use and very secure. Just completed a 1500 mile road trip with 4 bikes using them - no issues! Highly recommended at that price. If you have multiple carriers and / or Thule roof bars, I’d recommend getting the same barrel for all locks so you only have one key for everything. Also, Halfords price matched from the web when I bought mine about a year or two ago and they fitted everything for me (for a small additional charge).

Thule Euroway G2 921 for £225 at Halfords
Found 25th JulFound 25th Jul
Just picked up one of these Thule Euroway G2s which is not to be confused with the cheaper Thule Eurorides This is a quality cycle carrier that locks onto the tow ball without usin… Read more



I don't understand - from the Euroride page: "Folds easily to store in the boot of most family vehicles" I suppose the Euroway just folds down... more?


Euroride is the budget version and doesn’t shrink down to fit in the boot


Whats the difference between Euroway and Euroride?


You need to look at the weight of the bikes. You also end up scratching all the bikes tying to attach kids bikes. I struggle to get 2 adults and 2 kids on 3 bike carrier.

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Thule Sleeves/cases/bags for laptops £20.50 @ Stuff
Found 21st JulFound 21st Jul
UK Mainland Deliveries Collection (£0.00) Saver - up to 5 Days (£2.92 - £4.50) Standard - up to 3 Days (£6.50) Next Working Day Delivery - £9.95 12, 13 and 15 inch versions ava… Read more
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You don't have to leave it in the case but you have the option to do so if you want to drop onto the macbook for a few minutes while you have a quick coffee or whatever. There's nothing stopping you taking it out of the case altogether. Personally I have one of these and a soft case. The sodt case is fine if it's going into a larger bag, but the hard cases provide extra protection if that's all you're carrying. They hold decent residual value on ebay also. Owners of older macbooks note that tge current versions are designed for the current wafer thin macbook pros (the expensive non-upgradable ones with the dodgy keyboards). Owners of older macbooks will need to buyer earlier versions (via ebay etc) as the cases are quite a tight fit for whatever is the current model at the time of manufacture. Great cases if you can get a bargain.


That completely blocks the rear-facing vents on the MacBook Pro! I’d rather take any laptop I’m using out of its case anyway unless it’s one of those snap-on plastic ones.


Thank you, ordered one for dell XPS 15.


A hard sleeve offers more protection and with the gauntlet you can use your laptop while it’s in the case like so The soft sleeves here also have an extra pouch for accessories etc. compared to the amazon ones. Amazon sleeves get the job done too


I voted hot because it seems a good deal for the branded sleeve. I have this £4.50 when it was in the warehouse deal and £6.99 now. If the Thule had £15.50 worth of extra features I might be tempted but I can't see any.

Thule EnRoute Blur 2 Red 24L Backpack £23.99 + £4.99 delivery @ JTF
Found 12th JulFound 12th Jul
Great price if you are looking for a quality backpack - I haven’t seen a Thule at this price before. 2 year guarantee as well, I think



Out of stock :(


Fantastic. Many thanks OP.


Thule have lifetime warranty from what I remember. I had my backpack replaced once after 5 years as the zipper stitching went and no issues. Just an email and picture and a new one was in the mail. Great service and quality.

Thule 532 Bike Carrier £34.99 (now cheapest ever price on Amazon!)
Found 30th JunFound 30th Jun
It carries bikes. On the roof of your car. And it does this job very well. Great price!
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Use camelcamelcamel. That's what I did, got my alert and then posted this deal.


How do these compare to the 591/598?


Bagged 2 from halfords Old Trafford,priced matched ,collect Monday for £34.99 each , as stated on previous message, was on retail park when noticed , excellent timing, straight into halfords, result.


All gone.


Arghhhhh !! I snoozed and missed. Have been waiting for a deal like this. ;(

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Thule ProRide 598 Cycle Carrier - £74.99 delivered @ Clas Ohlson
Found 28th JunFound 28th Jun
Cheapest price i've found for the 598 , this is the replacement for the 591 which has a problem with front wheel wobble at motorway speeds. Doesn't include roof bars.
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Thanks, and I also like that I'll save a few quid. :D


Lol obviously didn’t learn from the last time you did this then...XD


Still showing in stock for me.


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Has anyone seen any deals, or had any experience with the Thule Upride (599)? it's a different sort of roof mount, that clamps with the wheel, not the frame, which is great for weird and/or lightweight carbon bikes. Downside is that you can buy two 598s for the price of one 599... :-/

Thule touring 100 S roof box £221 using code @ Opie Oils
Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
Thule touring 100 S roof box £221 using code NEXT1000. A great deal for anyone looking for a roof box. Price includes shipping.

That wasn't clear from the OP's post.... Thanks for pointing it out


I second this - got a Kamei 330l roofbox and aerodynamic bars and fitting kit for around £300. Bars are transferable to other cars with only different 'feet' required which are cheap to buy rather than a whole system. I had one of my bolts snap off in my car roof so they sent me another pack out free of charge.


Yes. Click around until you find bundle deals.


Aldi did roof bars recently so they might be in store. Still available online Ignore the poor reviews - they are all from people who have closed roof rails on their car. If there is a gap between rails and car, these are great quality for the price. They are rebranded StreetWise bars.



Thule Crossover Backpack 32L 47 cm Notebook Compartment - £64.92 @ Amazon / Dispatched from and sold by Fuzion.
Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
Yes, it's expensive for a backpack but those of us who own one will tell you it's worth it. Lowest price from 3xCamels and mostly >£100 for the 32L elsewhere.

cool bag and great it has both laptop and ipad/book reader compartments. According to camel it is quite frequently this price level though.


Does it come with an engine?


Quality manufacturer, good price. Seems unfair to down-vote simply because you don't want to pay this much for a backpack.


Voted hot. They exchange a damaged pack without nibbles. My colleague is on his 3rd as two zippers were too used up. They sent him a new one again. Great service. You get what you pay for. Similar price to an Osprey or Deuter


Insulting price

Thule Ride On Towbar Bike Carrier 2/3 Bike (models 9502/9503)- £139.99 /£172.99 (with code) @ Wiggle
Found 10th JunFound 10th Jun
Thule Ride On towbar Bike Carrier 2 or 3 Bike Carrier available. 2 Bike £139.99 or 3 Bike £172.99 using Promo Code ‘GETTHERE’. Free Delivery. Promo code is for new customers a… Read more

Sure, but comparing used prices vs new doesn't really help anyone. You can pick up used roof racks and bike carriers second hand too... Also, the vast majority of people looking to buy bike carriers would not want to DIY fit a towbar to their car, which can often be a very complicated process, hence the relatively high costs. The point I was making (without a great deal of tact or diplomacy, it must be said - sorry!) was that roof bars and carriers are a good alternative to a towbar carrier and, for some use cases, actually superior and that stating that there is no viable option to a towbar carrier is really not a well informed position to take.


I wish one day I will be as smart as you My used westfalia detachable towbar cost me £100 with plug in electrics My car specific roof bars cost me £70 used What is the price difference for a 2-3 bike towbar rack and roof racks? Option for people who obviously do not want to tow a caravan/trailer at the same time.


You are, of course, quite wrong. While a towbar rack is very convenient, it's normally the most expensive option when you factor in the fitting of a towbar + electrics. Often a roof-rack can be a good alternative with a few advantages and disadvantages: Pros: - Bikes are well out of the way. Easy access to boot. Less vulnerable to theft (although still need to be locked properly if left unattended!) - Can tow a caravan at the same time. Most towbar racks are either ball mount (so cannot tow at the same time), or flange mount (which can be very challenging to stay under the towbar nose-weight limit - especially important on a caravan - Cost - cheaper than a towbar rack + towbar Cons: - Harder to load bikes if you have a tall car, or short legs. - Height - you soon become super aware of low bridges, car park barriers etc! - Cost - they're still not cheap, especially if you get a decent one like Thule - Need to be careful with very lightweight / carbon frames. Thule do a protector for this purpose and now do the "Upride" rack which is a really cool looking thing! Regarding loading bikes, if you're not too short, there's no real problem. I have a Volvo XC60 (not exactly a low car) and am 5ft 11" and load bikes onto mine several times per week. Even though I have four racks, so the interior ones are harder to reach, I don't find it especially hard to do and have always done it myself, without help. It's important to dismantle and "flip" two of the racks so they are handed correctly for loading - this is in the instructions for the bike rack. For me, I mostly use a roof rack because I tow a caravan and haven't really found a need to go to the expense of buying a towbar rack for when I'm not towing. If you're in any doubt of your wrongness, turn up to some cycling events and you'll see plenty of people unloading bikes from roof racks with minimal faff :-)


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If you have a car with a panoramic roof like me you are limited to what weight you put on your roof but with the three bike carrier not only can you obviously put three bikes on but when you need more space you can buy a box that fits to the carrier (y)

Thule 598002 Roof Bike Rack ProRide 598, Black (Newsletter Signup for £5 off) £89.99 at Rutland Cycling
Refreshed 29th MayRefreshed 29th May
Purchased 1 with the £5 discount when signed up to their newsletter. If you also join the reward scheme, you get around £17/£18 off next purchase, so subsequent purchases of the sa… Read more

In the blurb it states Supplied with Volvo Branding


Do u know for sure if it has Volvo branding??


I've got the whispbars and never noticed any noise from them


Think subscribing to their newsletter is a good idea.


That's a good question!

Big Easter Deals Buy one get one half price plus free fitt               Thule ProRide 591 Roof Mount Bike Carrier - £85 @ Halfords
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Thule ProRide 591 Roof Mount Bike Carrier Do you wish to parade your bike around like it’s a king? Well if so get this Thule ProRide 591 Roof Mount Bike Carrier; it’s very useful f… Read more
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Put you bike on one of these and it could be gone in less than 8 seconds better buy the replacement Thule 598


Nice :) Toyota Owners clyub here, dont even have a toyota lol How much is the Ford MEmbership fee?


Yes it did work when I produced my Ford Owners Club discount card :)


So folks want to take everything with them including the kitchen sink AND bikes? Like the old saying goes, "it's nice to get away from it all"?! :p


You could mount the thule like this with some ratchet straps, obviously depending on the trailer etc. Some mods would be required, perhaps a board on the a frame

Thule Vectros Protective Bumper for Case 11-Inch MacBook Air £5.96 Prime / £10.71 non-Prime (RRP £69.99) - Sold by Plumbing Supermarket / Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
Seems a good price for a decent case. Has been down to this price before but has been on sale for over £100 for a good while too

I have one on a Macbook Pro 2014 model. fits nice but the clear cover (top and bottom) was a pain. I ended up taping these covers on to the Bumper (on the inside so you cannot see this when fitted) I also got dust covers for all the ports and it looks sweet


Isnt idea of air to be super thin and portable. This thing is chunky.


Scorching hot for someone who has a 11-inch MacBook Air and believes in cases. I'm more of a nudist when it comes to cases on my devices (highfive)

Thule VeloCompact 927 tow bar bike rack £307.97 (normally £390) with purchase of balance bike  @ Halfords
Found 26th Jul 2017Found 26th Jul 2017
I've been after the Thule VeloCompact for a while, and they RRP for £434.95. Last week most places were selling them for £390 but then dropped to £360 and some reta… Read more
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It now works out at £307.95 without the bike if you use code ROOFRACKS10


Great deal... just bought one, but can't see how you got it to £307.97? When I try to buy with the £25 balance bike it comes out as £312.96? Still a good deal tho. Have some heat.


Thanks for spotting this op. Just picked up mine, been after it for a while. Also, if you have a Toyota, join the Premium membership to the Toyota Owner Club for £15.95, you get a 15% discount card to use in Halfords ( I've just knocked off another £54 from the price.


Great rack!


Heat for spotting the loophole

Thule ProRide 591 Bike Rack Bicycle Cycle Carrier Roof Mounted for £49.95 from ebay seller onlinecarvaleting
Found 23rd Jun 2017Found 23rd Jun 2017
Although this isn't the latest model from Thule (the 598 is the most recent model but the changes are fairly minor), it is still one of the best around. Since the 598 has come out… Read more

All gone folks. Told you to be quick. Very likely that the same seller will have some more available next Friday. He seems to put up about 25 each week at the same price.


Not as good as the 598s but a great buy at this price.


Think they are designed for bars 20mm t-tracks like the Thule wingbars but I think you can get adapters for square bars too.


Can Any roof rails be used for these or do they need to be specific ?? Thanks



Thule Proride 591 - £59.88 @ Amazon
Found 9th Jun 2017Found 9th Jun 2017
I know this isn't the newest model (that is the 598), but there are very few differences between the two. Been watching the price of these for a while so it is a good price
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Really easy to fit and use - I wouldn't buy anything else. Had mine for around 4 years now and will likley last a lifetime!


Plus 5.99 postage from here. The OP has free delivery from Amazon.


I beg to differ not obvious at all, at first glance it could be some Victorian device to aid with erectile dysfunction. However now you have pointed it out, it’s obviously a device that will probably result in the malady.


Clearly a roof bike carrier. Fixes to roof bars.

Thule freeride 532 bicycle roof carrier - £42.52 @ Amazon
Found 2nd Apr 2017Found 2nd Apr 2017
Ordered two for the kids bikes. Good reviews. Cheapest I could find.

Seem less secure though if this video is anything to go by. I have the Freeride and they are great. I don't leave a bike unattended though.


I have Thule Freeride, they work... but wish I had spent the extra on Thule ProRide (less faff)


1-2 months delivery.


Buy a rear bike rack like a Saris Bones 3 (get the 3 instead of the 2 as you'll have space between the 2 bikes with the vacant slot). You could get one brand new or a 2nd hand one in good condition off Gumtree. The Saris Bones 3 is pretty durable, stable and corrosion resistant, with the added bonus of being compatible with a wide range of cars due to its design. Google Saris Bones 3 compatibility and you should find the Saris website page where you'll know if the rack will be compatible with your future car. Using a rear bike rack is less flashy than carrying your bikes on top of your car but you will save a considerable amount of money and hassle with the roof racks as footpacks and roof bars vary from car to car. All the best!


Will have a look into it - cheers.

Thule Crossover Backpack 25L 48 cm Notebook Compartment £49.99 Amazon
Found 27th Jan 2017Found 27th Jan 2017
Great bag! Bring your day in this durable daypack with dedicated electronics protection plus feature-rich storage for all essential gear Padded, integrated laptop compartment hold… Read more
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Got a good chuckle out of your closing statement. Thanks for that.


Also have a Thule bag, not this version and very happy with it. I probably look a bit of a tool with my thule but not bothered.


Excellent bag, had mine over a year and still works as good as the day I got it, hot at this price!


I got the larger 32L version last week from Amazon Warehouse for £64 (inc. the £10 off £50 promotion). It's a lot of money for a backpack but seems high quality and very well designed - so I'm delighted with it so far... but time will tell...

Thule Ranger 90 foldable roof box- Wessex garages Ebay shop £109.98 free del
Found 19th Jan 2017Found 19th Jan 2017
Getting ready for camping season and this is the cheapest I've found for a genuine Thule Ranger 90 foldable roof box. Some retailers are selling for £200+
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I think the whole point of it being foldable is so that it's not left on the vehicle, preventing theft


Great - Heat Added. Great to be able to fold away but not great for theft protection though. prefer the hard-shelled ones.


£1 ebay under Thule ranger, I think these are great - buy one second hand as these are often on ebay.

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