Cheap Things Tuesday: Everything Under £25

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Another cost-sensitive special edition of Cheap Things Tuesday. Stuff from Knog, Maxxis, Camelbak, Wolf Tooth, Madison, Park Tool, Lizard Skins, Muc-Off, Shimano, ODI, Zefal, Squirt, Funn…

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Maxxis Minion DHR II 29 x 2.4in Tyre was £54.99, now £24.99

Maxxis Minion DHR II 29 x 2.4in Tyre

“With Minion, Maxxis truly created a tyre that has established a legacy in the MTB world. With its ramped central section, Minion significantly lowers rolling resistance for improved acceleration and ultimate speed. Large cornering knobs increase gripping edges for supreme cornering control and traction on the toughest surfaces.”

Maxxis Minion Assegai 29 x 2.4in Tyre was £54.99, now £24.99

Maxxis Minion Assegai 29 x 2.4in Tyre

“Assegai is built to go fast everywhere, providing tenacious and predictable grip wherever you ride. Tall knobs designed into the tread deliver high-level traction and surefooted grip on high-speed, techy descents.”

Ribble Cable Cutters R-CC was £13.99, now £6.99

Ribble Cable Cutters R-CC

“Say goodbye to frayed cable end with these shop-quality cable cutters. A must-have tool for cutting through gear and brake cables plus housing, you can be sure of a precise cut every time.”

Ribble Chain Link Pliers R-CLP was £12.99, now £6.99

Ribble Chain Link Pliers R-CLP

“Expertly repair and replace your chain with Ribble Chain Link Pliers. Designed to remove the quick-fit links featured on KMC, SRAM and Shimano chains, this tool should form an essential part of any home mechanics toolkit for hassle-free maintenance.”

Camelbak Podium Dirt Chill 620ml was £19.00, now £16.00

Camelbak Podium Dirt Chill 620ml

“Mud Cap: Drink water. Don’t eat dirt. High Flow, Self-Sealing Cap: Maximizes flow rate while eliminating splatters and spills. 100% free of BPA, BPS and BPF: Ride clean, drink clean. Positive Lock out: For leak-proof transport. Trutaste Polypropylene with Hydroguard: Taste your water and nothing else, time after time.”

Wolf Tooth Precision Headset Spacer Pack was £27.00, now £9.70

Wolf Tooth Precision Headset Spacer Pack

“Wolf Tooth’s Precision Headset Spacer Pack contains 5 stylish headset spacers to suit 1 1/8″ top (straight 1 1/8″ or 1 1/2″ to 1 1/8″ taper) steerer tubes. Manufactured from 6061-T6 aluminium in Minneapolis, MN USA, the headset spacers mate perfectly with Wolf Tooth’s top caps and allow you to get your stem exactly where you need it, while allowing you add a splash of colour to your bike at the same time!”

Madison Recon Sunglasses only £19.99

Madison Recon Sunglasses

“The lens is both impact and scratch resistant as well as offering full UVA and UVB protection, while the frame has been ergonomically designed to fit comfortably and securely with your helmet. You have the option to change lens should you wish to, and Madison have made this easy to do. The lens has vent holes which helps to prevent fogging. A soft case is included to prevent lens damage when you are not wearing them.”

Park Tool BBT9 was £34.99, now £20.99

Park Tool BBT9

“The Park Tool BBT-9 Bottom Bracket and Crankarm Tool is used to remove and install 16-notch external bearing bottom bracket cups. One end of the BBT-9 securely engages the 16 notches of the bottom bracket cups, while the other end engages the 8 internal splines of the crank arm adjustment cap. This tool also fits Travativ Giga X-Pipes and Howitzer, Race Face X-type, SRAM and FSA Mega EXO bottom bracket cups.”

Lizard Skins Single-Sided Lock Machine Grips was £30.00, now £21.00

Lizard Skins Single-Sided Lock Machine Grips

“With a classic raised texture for exceptional grip, the Lizard Skins Single Sided Lock-On Machine Bike Grips are designed to deliver control in all situations. With a thin 31mm diameter, these grips are ideal for riders seeking a direct handlebar feel, or for those with smaller hands. The single-sided lock-on provides slip-free performance, and the waffle pattern promotes finger grip.”

Muc-Off E-Bike Drivetrain Tool was £20.00, now £16.00

Muc-Off E-Bike Drivetrain Tool

“Maintaining your electric bike needn’t be a hassle – cue the Muc-Off E-Bike Drivetrain Tool. Unlike a standard bike, the crank on electric bikes with crank-based motors can’t spin the chain backwards, making applying lube and cleaning your chain a pain. With its magnetised connection, this unique drivetrain tool fits into the chainring bolts, allowing you to spin the crank and chain backwards. Three different-sized bits ensure compatibility with many chainrings and a silicone sleeve prevents you from scratching your ride.”

Knog Oi Classic Bell was £16.99, now £10.99

Knog Oi Classic Bell

“Bike bells generally look & sound a bit ugly. But why? What if they looked sexy & sounded like an angel playing a glockenspiel? The bells fit on almost all cylindrical bars. The Small Oi is best for the common 22.2mm bar, and with the “spacers” that come in the pack, the Large Oi is for all bar sizes up to 31.8mm. The Oi will also work on any aero bar with a 16mm cylindrical section (usually near the stem).

Shimano SM-BB52 Deore Threaded Bottom Bracket was £23.99, now £16.49

Shimano SM-BB52 Deore Threaded Bottom Bracket

“Genuine Shimano HollowTech II bottom bracket assembly. Set includes left and right hand cups, spacers, inner cover, and inner O-rings. Sealed cups keep out dirt and water. Maintenance free. Compatible with 68mm and 73mm shell. Durable anodised finish. Easy installation.”

ODI Elite Pro MTB Lock On Grips was £27.99, now £22.49

ODI Elite Pro MTB Lock On Grips

“Ergonomic design conforms to riders hand without feeling bulky, provides padding where it is needed most. Half-Waffle pattern on the front of the grip provides extra control when you are off the back of the bike. Version 2.1 Lock-On System for more usable grips space and improved comfort on the outside of the grip. Variable knurl pattern alternates from smooth to sharp texture to provide more traction without irritating your hands. Reinforced End molded out of soft, but durable material to prevent grip blowout.”

Zefal Deflector RS75 MTB Rear Mudguard was £22.00, now £11.80

Zefal Deflector RS75 MTB Rear Mudguard

“The Deflector RS75 provides solid protection for all mountain bikes. Through its unique, close-to-the-wheel mounting, it is both unobtrusive and undoubtedly effective. With its suspension arm mounting, Deflector RS75 also works on all types of suspension bikes.”

Squirt Low-Temp Chain Lube 120ml was £13.99, now £9.49

Squirt Low-Temp Chain Lube 120ml

“Squirt Low-Temp Chain Lube is a low temperature lube for use in very cold conditions. Lube that thickens or hardens in cold conditions causes more drag in the drive train, resulting in less efficient usage of power. Squirt Low Temp Lube has a modified congealing point, allowing it to lube optimally in these temperatures, keeping your chain quiet and clean, with long lasting durability.”

Funn Kingpin 35 Mountain Bike Riser Handlebar was £69.99, now £21.99

Funn Kingpin 35 Mountain Bike Riser Handlebar

“Ready for adventure, this stunning riser bar is designed for MTB use as it offers phenomenal strength and stiffness. It features a tough AL6069 aluminium construction which makes it highly-effective at handling all the sudden knocks and bumps that come with riding off-road. Furthermore, its precision-engineered shape gives it sharper control when cornering and greater rider confidence when soaring over jumps.”

Funn Funnduro Stem was £44.99, now £17.59

Funn Funnduro Stem

“Designed with Enduro riders in mind, the Funnduro Stem is made from lightweight 6061 lightweight CNC machined aluminium making it strong enough for downhill (DH) terrain and light enough for cross-country (XC) racing.”

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  • Cheap Things Tuesday: Everything Under £25
  • vinnyeh
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    Hmm, those DHR2’s seem suspiciously cheap.

    Ordered a couple anyway, despite the listed weight of 2150g each!

    5lab
    Full Member

    bikester had those bbt-9s at £9 and the bottles at under a fiver during their sale. Sadly now finished..

    edit : ah the bottle wasn’t the chill version – so not exactly the same (the chill is bigger and wouldn’t fit where I needed a bottle). The chill version is still pretty cheap direct from camelbak though

    dangeourbrain
    Full Member

    Cheap Things Tuesday: Everything Under £25

    Ahem

    Maxxis Minion Assegai 29 x 2.4in Tyre was £54.99, now £34.99

    It’s a bargain and all but £34.99 isn’t less than £25

    chakaping
    Free Member

    bikester had those bbt-9s at £9

    Yep, I’ve got one on the way hopefully.

    It’s a bargain and all but £34.99 isn’t less than £25

    And it apparently weighs 2941g 😀

    vinnyeh
    Full Member

    It’s a bargain and all but £34.99 isn’t less than £25

    And it apparently weighs 2941g 😀

     

    to be fair, looks like typos all round cos it’s only 24.99 on the website.

    dangeourbrain
    Full Member

    Don’t be so sure that weight is wrong…

    There is a reason a trail bike weighs 16kg these days…

    vinnyeh
    Full Member

    I think that’s a problem with the EU Maxxis site. Maxxis US lists them as 1230ish

    Rekon Races are coming up as 1.477 which certainly isn’t correct.

    desperatebicycle
    Free Member

    Gotta wonder how Wolftooth keep afloat, charging only £9.70 for headset spacers 😆

    On a more serious note, I clicked the “See deal at CRC” link under the stem and it took me to a page called Cheap things Tuesday on a site called Singletrackworld. I dun fink thats write

    sharkattack
    Full Member

    Internetty question…

    I’m not buying anything on this list but if I do want something from Tweeks or Ribble in the near future can I come back to this page, click through to the website, navigate to another product and still see STW get a backhander?

    Just wondering.

    dangeourbrain
    Full Member

    I think that’s a problem with the EU Maxxis site. Maxxis US lists them as 1230ish

    Rekon Races are coming up as 1.477 which certainly isn’t correct.

    EU site in lbs and USA in kg then at a guess!

    Mark
    Full Member

    Shark. Yes, that’s how it works. You don’t need to buy the item we link to for us to earn the commission. We will get a commission on anything you buy from that retailer.

    sharkattack
    Full Member

    I’ll keep that in mind after payday and make sure to enter the site through this page.

    Northwind
    Full Member

    Those “ribble” cable cutters are ace. I mean, they’re just generic wire rope cutters, same as Pedros etc but that’s fine because generic wire rope cutters are ace, and £7’s a decent price.

    desperatebicycle
    Free Member

    Assegai tyre is actually a 2.5

    plus the Crc link still doesn’t work for the Funn stem

    felltop
    Full Member

    That’s the tyre cupboard fully stocked again!

    whatyadoinsucka
    Free Member

    has everyone got parcel of park tool er al from bikester coming :0)

    the assegai isnt a 3c model is it, it seems maxxis only list one model. although i see exo non 3c tyres listed on other sites too

    kayak23
    Full Member

    The tyres are Exo, so maybe more of a trail tyre weight.
    Not for the eeb.

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