Cheap Things Tuesday: helmets, hammers, grips and stuff

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Come on in to the second edition of Cheap Things Tuesday! Once again we’ve been sifting through the sea of chaff to bring you the wheat.. er, AKA the best bike stuff on offer at decent discounts.

There are button links below each item summary with ‘See Deal at…’ written on them. These buttons – and the header links and linked pics – click-through to retailers. Should you end up buying from these retailers then Singletrack may earn a small bit of commission. This does not alter the amount you pay by the way.

Ergon GD1 EVO Stealth Grips was £27.99, now £12.97

“Ergonomically designed grips featuring ultra-soft and comfortable rubber with enhanced grip zones for the fingertips and palms.”

Brand-X Dropper Post 170mm was £170.00, now £99.99

“Find the perfect riding position with this highly adjustable and easy-to-use seatpost, offering neat cable routing for mountain bikes with dropper post internal routing.”

Burley Bee Bike Trailer was £350.00, now £279.00

“A lightweight bike trailer that provides comfortable seating for one or two children and plenty of space for cargo.”

Giro Fixture MIPS Helmet was £70.00, now £56.97

“A mountain bike helmet with MIPS protection and superior ventilation to keep you safe and comfortable on the trail.”

Bell Nomad MIPS Helmet was £60.00, now £48.97

“Rigid, robust and lightweight – a helmet to prepare and protect you from the trail.”

Osprey Savu 2 SL Biking Lumbar Pack was £39.99, now £29.99

“Unisex 2L biking lumbar pack offering enough storage capacity for ride essentials, such as a spare tube, CO2, multi-tool and snacks.”

Park Tool HMR4 Shop Hammer was £34.99, now £25.00

“With a fibreglass shaft and soft touch rubber grip the hammer is comfortable to use, plus with a unique, two sided head with both steel and replaceable plastic striking faces there is no job too big (or small) for the HMR4.”

Exposure Zenith Front Light was £265.00, now £210.00

“2000 lumens, long reaching, wider beam, for an hour or combined with rapid mode change technology, TAP, that you can use the 2000 lumens when cascading down a steep, fast descent or tackling a technical trail and then TAP to lower the lumens and increase the run time.”

Endura Hummvee Flat Shoes was £89.00, now £67.00

“No flat pedal shoe is complete without grip, and this model delivers. Unique to Endura is their StickyFoot Grip rubber compound, which provides a sure-footed feel on any grade of trail, no matter how rough.”

Merlin Pro Folding Work Stand was £114.95, now £52.50

“The Merlin Pro folding workstand is perfect for the home mechanic, who loves to keep their bike in top working condition. The user-friendly folding design is suitable for all bikes, big or small.”

Knog Trail Front Light 1000 Lumen was £109.99, now £55.00

“The light boast’s 1000 lumens with an elliptical beam for wide view, important for being seen by on coming road users. Constructed from CNC-machined aluminium for that sleek looking finish and durable strength.”

RockShox Yari RC Solo Air 29in 160mm Fork was £689.99, now £319.99

“The RockShox Yari RC Solo Air Fork is responsive and stiff, making the Yari RC a great option for those looking for do-it-all trail forks.”

USWE Zulo 2 Hydration Hip Pack was £69.99, now £42.00

“A race hydration pack, the USWE Zulo 2 Hydration Hip Pack ensures a comfortable, stabilised fit, and provides plenty of room for your race day essentials. Includes a 1L hydration bladder.”

Garmin Rally XC100 Power Meter Pedals was £619.99, now £499.99

“This Shimano Pedalling Dynamics (SPD) compatible pair work with most mountain bike (MTB) shoes on the market and give you single-sided power and cadence data, which you can then double up to get an accurate calculation of your overall output.”

Five Ten Freerider EPS Mid Shoes was £140.00, now £112.00

“With a mid-height weather protective upper and PrimaLoft® insulation, the Five Ten Freerider EPS Mid MTB Cycling Shoes deliver cosy feet as temperatures plummet and rain clouds burst.”

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  • Cheap Things Tuesday: helmets, hammers, grips and stuff
  • IHN
    Full Member

    Twenty five quid for a hammer. I know that precision tools can be expensive, and nice tools are nice, but come on, it’s a hammer.

    (This is a dig at Park, BTW, not STW Towers)

    matt_outandabout
    Full Member

    Cheap Discounted Things Tuesday

    FTFY

    prettygreenparrot
    Full Member

    Liking the look of those Endura ‘skate’ shoes, but Endura sizing is always so hit and miss…

    honourablegeorge
    Full Member

    Blacks link for the grips is broken. And UK delivery only, annoyingly

    flyingpotatoes
    Full Member

    Was looking at the grips as well but delivery cost on top. Might buy 3 pairs and get 15% off 🤔

    eddiebaby
    Full Member

    Cheap Things Tuesday
    Rolls off the tongue better.
    And thanks for doing the research!

    lister
    Full Member

    Are those grips any good for carpal tunnel sufferers?

    vmgscot
    Full Member

    Liking the look of those Endura ‘skate’ shoes, but Endura sizing is always so hit and miss…

    I recently bought the Endura MT500 Burner spd shoes and size was true to my usual UK 12

    heebyjeeby
    Full Member

    £500 for a pair of pedals does not seem that cheap to me!

    tthew
    Full Member

    £500 for a pair of pedals does not seem that cheap to me!

    One pedal!

    edit – actually, it is a pair, but only one is a power meter. It’s 800 notes for a proper pair.

    theotherjonv
    Full Member

    That Merlin workstand looks almost identical to my £45 Halfords one, except the Nob is a different colour

    https://www.halfords.com/cycling/bike-maintenance/bike-maintenance-best-sellers/halfords-repair-stand-164412.html?istCompanyId=b8708c57-7a02-4cf6-b2c0-dc36b54a327e&istFeedId=367c5610-f937-4c81-8609-f84582324cd6&istItemId=xxxpmarrx&istBid=t&_$ja=tsid:|cid:17632965067|agid:|tid:|crid:|nw:x|rnd:1862857204913823066|dvc:c|adp:|mt:|loc:1007150&gclid=CjwKCAjwqJSaBhBUEiwAg5W9p-H3JMsJP-berHbjERocNyHtWJmzSlDqOHHqYCrLWWCdit0L_OrvixoCq-wQAvD_BwE

    ayjaydoubleyou
    Full Member

    £500 for a pair of pedals does not seem that cheap to me!

    One pedal!

    edit – actually, it is a pair, but only one is a power meter. It’s 800 notes for a proper pair.

    implying its £100 for the dumb pedal on the single power meter pair. So £100 for essentially a copy of a single shimano M520, which are £30 for a pair.

    keithb
    Full Member

    Hmmm.. While I acknowledge that many of the items highlighted in this areticle are heavily discounted, i wouldnt consider many of them to be genuinely “cheap”. A wonder round your locla decathlon, or a browse of amazon/ebay will reveal a range of perfectrly functional alternatives for substantially less money. Particulaly the Grips, Trailer and Lights.

    The helmets seem particulalry good value, and the dropper is cheap for a dropper, I’ll grant you.

    Maybe the article should be remnames “discount tuesdays” insteead?

    whatyadoinsucka
    Free Member

    those five tens freeriders aint cheap at £110, paid £42 a pair during covid, £70 in 2018 on crc

    merlin castelli headbands £6.50 and hats £7-20 aint bad..

    fazzini
    Full Member

    The helmets seem particulalry good value

    Absolutely! The saving on the Giro lid, however, will need to be spent on a Halo headband to stop the rivers of sweat pouring into your eyes. If its anything like the non-MIPS version that is!! 😂

    dan5clarkson
    Free Member

    Is the knog light MTB/trail proof? I followed the link and only saw mention of road stuff..

    zerocool
    Full Member

    I used to love our Burley Bee trailer. The only problem was my twins would spend the whole time fighting and we never got anywhere because I kept having to stop to break it up (or go back and find whatever they’d thrown out of it). Now they’re 4 they can pedal their own bikes. Lol

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