Fresh Goods

by Nathan 33

Bikemonger Headset Spacer

Bikemonger Headset Spacer
From: CharlieTheBikeMonger

A headset spacer with a twist. There’s also a bottle cap opener – no exxcuses for not having a post-ride bottle now

Lezyne Chainstay Protectors

Lezyne Chainstay Protectors
From: Upgrade Bikes

Does what it says on the tin. Comes in small, medium or large sizes. RRP £7.99

MicroShift Front Derailleur

MicroShift Front Derailleur
From: Upgrade Bikes

A 44/32/22T duall pull derailleur. Chain guide is made from steel and the clamp from aluminium.

MicroShift Rear Derailleur

MicroShift Rear Derailleur
From: Upgrade Bikes

Long caged 9 speed derailleur. Max rear sprocket compatable 34T. Reported weight of 229g

MicroShift Shifters

MicroShift Shifters
From: Upgrade Bikes

They shift.

Lezyne Speed Drive Co2

Lezyne Speed Drive Co2
From: Upgrade Bikes

A quick and simple soution to re-pumping air after a puncture.

Lezyne Stainless 19 Multi-Tool

Lezyne Stainless 19 Multi-Tool
From: Upgrade Bikes

19 tools in one, all forged and machined CNC steel. It’s also available in 4 different colours. RRP £36.99

Lezyne 12 Multi-Tool

Lezyne 12 Multi-Tool
From: Upgrade Bikes

The 19’s smaller brother. The 12 has,  well, 12 tools in one. Again it’s all forged CNC steel and available in 4 colours. RRP £27.99

SDG BEl-Air ST Saddle I-Beam

SDG Bil-Air ST I-Beam Saddle
From: Silverfish

A classic saddle in an Army Camo top finish with black kevlar sides in I-Beam flavour. RRP £59.95

SDG Micro Aluminium I-Beam Seatpost

SDG Micro Aluminium I-Beam Seatpost
From: Silverfish

The I-Beam uses a single, easy access 5mm bolt for quick adjustment and comes in 27.2, 30.9 and 31.6 x 400mm sizes. RRP £59.95

Evoc Freeride Backpack

Evoc Freeride Backpack
From: Silverfish

These new backpacks from Evoc are specifically designed for freeriders with a built in CE certified spine-protector plate to minimize injury potential. The bags come in small, medium or large in relation to your upper torso size. There’s also some good storage space. RRP £99.95

Camelbak HAWG Deluxe

Camelbak HAWG Deluxe
From: ZYRO

The Deluxe version of the HAWG. It’s made from lighter material, includes the Omega deluxe reservoir and is claimed to be 31% lighter than the standard HAWG. RRP £119.95

RaceFace Grips

RaceFace Grips
From: Silverfish

On the back row we have the Sniper grip. RRP £26.95. And in front it’s the Strafe. RRP £26.95

Sock Guy Socks

Sock Guy Socks
From: Silverfish

A selection of socks from Sock Guy. Pick your favourite. RRP £9.95 / 10.95

Sock Guy Arm Warmers

Sock Guy Arm Warmers
From:
Silverfish

Arm warmers for the weather sensitive rider – keep your arms warm without a jacket. RRP £19.95

Sock Guy EliteTech Socks

Sock Guy EliteTech Socks
From: Silverfish

Not just ordinary socks – Elite socks. RRP £11.95

THE Ride Socks

THE Ride Socks
From: Silverfish

More socks this time from THE. RRP £7.95 / 8.95

Rock n Roll Bike cleaning products

Rock n Roll Bike cleaning products
From: Silverfish

Cleaning products from Rock n Roll. Miracle Red degreaser RRP £9.95. Gold Lube RRP £8.95. Extreme Lube RRP £6.95 and Cable Magic RRP £5.95

RaceFace Bash Guards

RaceFace Bash Guards
From: Silverfish

4 bolt configured 34 / 36T bashguard made from “bombproof'” heat treated aluminium. RRP £38.95 for standard black or £42.95 for coloured options.

RaceFace Chainring set

RaceFace Chainring set
From: Silverfish

Turbine chainrings made with asymmetrical tooth profiling with more shift zones. Compatable with Shimano, FSA and Truvativ. Available  in red, silver or black colours.  RRP set £119.00

Race Face Triple Bashguard

Race Face Triple Bashguard
From:Silverfish

A bashguard for triple set-ups! Come sin black or silver and is designed for 44T only. RRP £42.95

E-thirteen G-Ring Chainring

E-thirteen G-Ring Chainring
From: Silverfish

Made from a 7075 T6 construction and available in single tooth increments from 32T up to 40T. Available in silver, black, blue, green, gold, purple and red. Compatable for SS or geared. RRP £39.95

E-Thirteen LG1+

E-Thirteen LG1+
From: Silverfish

A chainguide system designed to cope with world cup downhill riding. The claimed weight is 169 grams and the adjustable direct mount bashplate accomodates all chainstay designs. RRP £129

RaceFace Pint Glass

RaceFace Pint Glass
From: Silverfish

Time for a drink. RRP £5.95

Comments (33)

  1. Hey I cut out some holes in my spot chain guard, just like those now on those new raceface ones, looks like I wasnt the only one getting compacted mud jammed between the middle ring and chainguard by the chain ring tabs,causing the chainsuck of death.It worked for me,the mud now gets squeased out of the holes,so if you get that trouble looks like theres a solution now that doesnt involve a dremel, or was it just me?

  2. £26.95 for grips.
    It’s getting crazy.

  3. anyone know where this MicroShift stuff is actually on sale?

  4. hmmmmmm….one pair of raceface grips or 3 pairs or superstar grips for a similar price…

  5. The leisure lakes catalogue has them listed Horatio

  6. £43 for (less than) half a bash guard? Who buys this stuff? Perhaps more importantly, who prices this stuff?

  7. I’ve had a Lezyne stainless 19 for a while now, lovely tool, well made tools are such a joy to use.

  8. no chainring should cost more than £20
    no grip should cost more than £10
    no pair of socks should cost more than £4
    A CAMELBAK FOR £120!!!!
    .
    everything listed above is TWICE as much as it should be

  9. Rock ‘n’ Roll Lubes are the best I’ve ever used.

  10. i love fridays and the obligatory ‘how much?!’ responses…

  11. Big fan of Rock ‘n Roll lubes here too.

  12. I kinda like that pint glass, if you have one going free I’ll have it.

  13. Rock and roll is indeed brilliant.. my pal lubed my chain post ride in muddy scotland earlier in week. Chain came back cleaner than when i took the bike out of the van.

  14. tend not to bang on about ‘how much?!’ things are, but £120 for a camelbak is a complete joke.

    anyone who buys a full price on deserves a slap around the face with a wet kipper… £120? really?!

  15. I usually try to refrain from moaning about prices, but £27 for a pair of grips does seem a bit ambitious.

    Also, it’s a good job RF chainrings seem to last forever, now that I’ve seen how much they cost to replace.

  16. nice stem spacer though 🙂

  17. I really want to spend some money!!!!

    Shame I’ve not got any 🙁

  18. £27 for a pair of grips in radio-rental.

  19. “Bikemonger Headset Spacer
    From: CharlieTheBikeMonger

    A headset spacer with a twist. There’s also a bottle cap opener – no exxcuses for not having a post-ride bottle now”

    A possibly solution to stem mounting a small battery pack for DIY light systems??

  20. A pair of socks that say cancer sucks on them?

    That is just f**king stupid.

  21. Yes, I know it’s expensive, but try doing a costing exercise to have something of quality made.

    Cheap and Cheerful is easy to buy, but don’t complain when the product doesn’t live up to expectations.

  22. You guys are getting plenty of sox. I’m jealous 😉

  23. I see you have had a delivery from Silverfish.Where’s all the good stuff? The odd Turner,Cove or maybe an Evil?
    Thanx Max

  24. £27 for grips is CRAZY!!!! They would have to be made of albino pubic hair woven by royalty to be worth that!!! Just how exactly are does this defend them :
    “Yes, I know it’s expensive, but try doing a costing exercise to have something of quality made.

    Cheap and Cheerful is easy to buy, but don’t complain when the product doesn’t live up to expectations.”

    Crazy I tell you!!! Crazy!! I’ll soon be releasing a special range of leather like grips made from lots of little strips of skin, I just need top wait outside a few more synagogues to finish my frst set!!

  25. I have to agree with the consensus about the prices. Way too much, besides my Race Face cranks destroyed themselves within 18 months.

    I won’t be buying RaceFace any time soon.

  26. 18 months?! My RF Turbine LP’s (ISIS) are now 6 years old and still going strong…

  27. How does that triple bashguard mount? I thought if ISCG it would have 3 mounting bolts? If it is ISCG any idea if it’s 05?

  28. i presume it fits on the outside of the ring?

  29. The Lezyne stay protectors are pretty good, but like a “straight” chainstay otherwise they crease up. The Small really only fits a trad steel type stay. For most modern bikes you’ll need the medium…which is actually pretty big.

  30. Hmm if it fits on the outside of the ring it will turn so it’s only protecting 1/4 of it?

  31. I suppose a decent, comfortable rucksack is worth it’s weight in gold. And seeing as gold is about £25 per gram, then the HAWG should cost around £17,000.

    Therefore it’s a bargain at £120.

    (Actually, the price tag makes me rather pleased with myself for getting a Mule from SJS for a tenner).

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