July Online Deals – Disc Brakes From £12.49

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Here are all the top deals, savings and online offers for July!

Shimano Acera M395 Disc Brake
Incredibly this Shimano disc brake is just £12.49!

Shimano Disc Brakes – From £12.49

Chain Reaction Cycles is holding a warehouse sale where they the online reseller is offering Shimano hydraulic disc brakes from just £12.49!

As an added bonus, there’s £10 discount when spending £75 or more on any Warehouse Clearance products: WHSE2017

ipad pro
Save £120 on this 256GB iPad Pro

iPad Pro 256GB – £549.00

Ok not a cycling specific deal but everyone loves a gadget bargain. John Lewis has just reduced the price of 9.7in iPad Pro tablet with 256GB internal memory by £120. The 9.7in iPad Pro is available in Space Grey, Silver, Gold and Rose Gold, there are also bundles on sale too with included folding keyboard.

fox metah helmet
30% off this Fox Metah helmet

Save As Much As 46% off Giro and Fox Helmets

No matter if it’s hot and humid or wet and muddy, you’re always going to need a comfortable and protective helmet to keep you safe on the trails. Two of the best deals we’ve found is for the Fox Metah Helmet and Giro Montaro with MIPS technology.

Lightweight folding jacket is perfect for changeable weather
Lightweight folding jacket is perfect for changeable weather

50% Off Altura Microlite Jackets – £19.99

With the UK summer being its usual unpredictable self it’s wise to carry a lightweight jacket with you on longer rides. Normally retailing for £40.00, these Altura Microlite Showerproof Cycling Jackets come in bright yellow, red or classic black and are now just £19.99 from Merlin Cycles. Key features include;

Northwave Phantom sunglasses great value for the summer
Northwave Phantom sunglasses great value for the summer

50% Off Northwave Phantom Sunglasses

Northwave’s Phantom sunglasses boast a water repellent lens and high-quality optics for clear vision in all conditions. Normally retailing for £24.99 but on sale this month for just £12.49.

Stylish, functional and half price
Stylish, functional and half price

50% Off Dare2b Exude Jacket – £39.95

The Exude Jacket is another featherweight jacket option for dealing with the summer’s unpredictable weather. Not only is this jacket waterproof and breathable, but it looks good enough to wear on or off the bike;

Just £85 for a dropper post!
Just £85 for a dropper post!

Dropper seatpost from £84.99

If you’re still riding around on a static dropper post waiting for a good deal on a new dropper post then we have two for you right here. For those of you not wanting to spend too much you have the RSP Plummet post for just £84.99. If you want something a little higher-end then there’s the Easton Haven down from £249.99 to just £139.99.

Halfords selling tool sets for half price while stocks last
Halfords selling tool sets for half price while stocks last

50% off Halfords Advanced 200 Piece Socket and Ratchet Spanner Set

Halfords has selected advanced tool sets on sale at just half price. The set which caught out eye is this 200 piece advanced toolset which contains sockets, ratchet spanners plus a whole host of driver bits.

For more deals make sure you follow Singletrack Daily Deals on Facebook and watch out next month for another post with the latest huge savings.

Comments (6)

    Are you turning into Bike Radar?

    Indie mags/media should support indie shops, rather than joining the race to the bottom.

    If that’s where the offers are then that’s where the offers are surely though. I mean I get your sentiment but more often than not indie shops cannot afford to do the discounts.

    The deals exist – absolutely. People visiting this website are aware of this, and know where to seek them out.
    Indie shops certainly can’t compete with OEM pricing deals/warehouse clearance offers.
    The last thing an indie mag/media outlet needs to be doing is rubbing the indie shops noses in it.
    It benefits practically no-one, offends hard working businesses and cheapens this place.

    @sillyoldham – If you have any deals you would like to share from IBD’s feel free to add them here in the comments.

    You’re missing my point entirely.

    @sillyoldham I think Singletrack can afford it’s readers some consumer responsibility. I’m sure I’m not the only person who likes to support their LBS but doesn’t earn enough to buy everything at full rate so will also avail of internet bargains. Everyone has to find their own balance of ethical purchasing and that is likely to involve a mix of second hand and chain-store bargains with their IBD purchases.

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