Yes, we have renamed our weekly deals roundup feature. It is now called Cheaper Things Tuesday. Rejoice! Intended as a counterpoint to the “How much?!” Fresh Goods Friday feature, Cheaper Things Tuesday is here to help save you some cash on bike stuff that you might actually need.
‘See Deal’ links
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.
DMR Vault V2 Exclusive
was £120.00, now £49.99
A popular pedal among loads of flat
earthers pedallers, this particular version of the Vault V2 is in an exclsuive-to-CRC-Wiggle colour combo of black and copper.
Race Face Atlas 31.8mm Alloy Handlebars
was £68.00, now £36.99
31.8mm diameter handlebars made out of aluminium and in the classic sweeps of Race Face. There are some who would say that handlebars don’t really get better than this, regardless of price tag.
SKS Airworx 10.0 Floor Pump
was £44.99, now £33.74
Not the cheapest track pump you can trawl the internet for by any means but… once you’ve chucked out your third or fourth cheap track pump, you’ll settle on a really good one from a great brand such as SKS.
100% Brisker Gloves
was £28.99, now £19.99
As mentioned in our recent Buyers Guide to the Best Mountain Bike Gloves, the 100% Brisker gloves are pretty much standard issue for British bikers.
WTB SL8 Cromoly Saddle
was £74.99, now £27.99
If you find the classic WTB Volt saddle a bit too hefty/tall/padded, then you may wish to give this SL8 perch a go instead. It has the classic WTB flat seat profile, but with less… er, less.
Michelin Mud Enduro Magi-X 27.5 / 29 x 2.25in tyre
was £49.99, now £27.49
Those who subscribe to the Members Newsletter will recognise this tyre. It was chosen by me [Benji] as one of my Editor’s Choice ‘Runners Up’ products. It is a great, great mud tyre.
DMR V11 pedal
was £55.00, now £39.90
Composite version of the venerable DMR Vault. Not exactly much cheaper than the metal one listed above. Not actually significantly lighter. BUT plastic pedals do glide off stuff and shrug off impacts a bit better than metal pedals. So there you go.
Thule Rail 0 Hip Pack
was £44.99, now £29.99
Thule Rail are the best bumbags for biking. We have a lot of time for them. We even gave one of the models an Editors Choice award recently. Thing is, they ain’t cheap. So praise be for this deal.
DHB Trail Trousers
was £90.00, now £30.00
Okay, so they may look a bit like school trousers crossed with Ron Hills (you say that like it’s a bad thing!) but in the current conditions you can never have too many pairs of riding kecks.
Fox Ranger Water Shorts
was £75.00, now £40.00
Despite the best efforts of the long trouser police, there are still people out there who prefer to ride in weatherproof shorts. These are for they. The perverts.
Spank Split Stem
was £84.99, now £24.99
Loads of lengths. Loads of colours. You may have to sift through the dropdown menu to find the best balance of length/colour/cost, but at time if writing there are plenty to choose from. Available in 31.8 and 35mm flavours too.
Giro Fixture MIPS Helmet
was £79.99, now £48.50
All you ever need in a lid. For under fifty quid. Hey! That rhymes. Which is at least something.
Scott Soldier 2 Knee Guards
was £73.00, now £49.99
We think the number ‘2’ refers to this being the second generation of Soldier knee guards from Scott, as opposed to being the amount of guards you get in the packet.
WARNING: These deals will expire!
Deals do not last forever. Stuff sells out. Retailers end promotions. Deals just… end. With that in mind, please check the date when this edition of Cheap Things Tuesday was published (it’s up at the top near the headline). If this edition was published a few days/weeks/months ago, chances are not every deal is going to still be live.
Have you seen any good deals lately?
Leave ’em in the comments below. #PSA
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