|Proceed FST Trail Frame – Ex Display Model now Half Price|
NOW SOLD OUT
This Bavarian big hitting trail frame is now half price at only £479 with a lovely Fox DHX shock. 150mm to 175mm travel.
This is a Ex-Display unit, hence the bargain price & very limited stock.
Now you too can pretend to be Danny Hart for a reduced price of £2699.
A really nice looking bike with a top kit and over a grand off the RRP.
With the glory if your still slower than a special-needs school trip in the snow, then maybe its time to take up XC instead?
- Frame: AluxX SL aluminum, Fluid Formed TM, 8.0″/203mm Maestro Suspension
- Fork: RockShox Boxxer R2C2 200mm travel
- Shock: RockShox Vivid coil R2
- Handlebar: Giant Contact AM
- Stem: Giant Contact DH
- Seatpost: Giant Connect SL
- Saddle: Fi’zi:k Tundra 2 Manganese rails
- Shifters: SRAM X7 trigger 9 speed
- Front: Derailleur MRP G2SL guide
- Rear: Derailleur SRAM X9
- Brakes: Avid Elixir R hydraulic discs 203/185mm rotors
- Brake Levers: Avid Elixir R
- Cassette Sram: PG970 11-26
- Chain Shimano: HG93
- Crankset: Race Face Atlas FR 38T
- Bottom Bracket: Race Face X Type, External
- Rims: DT Swiss EX500
- Hubs: DT Swiss 350 rear, Giant Tracker front
- Spokes: Sapim Race
- Tires: Maxxis Minion DHF 3C / DHR 3C 26X2.5″
Full details available here…
Fun, fun, fun, fun, fun, fun, fun, fun, fun!!!
Dirt jumping, street, park, trails, commuting, riding to the pub, everything…
Slap on some L/T forks or keep her lean and mean.
Pocket money prices for a hell of a lot of fun!
Last few remaining over at Evans with 25% off.
Great bike here for the money. Very last few remaining so be quick if your in the market for a budget freeride & bike park thrasher.
|Scott Voltage FR – Now Only £1099|
Scott Voltage FR 30 – 2011 – Now only £1099
150mm-170mm travel with a coil shock and Domain 302 forks. Sram group set with avid brakes and Scwalbe, FSA, Truvativ and Alex finishing kit.
|Scott Voltage FR 20 – Now only £1499|
Scott Voltage FR 20 – Now only £1499
Same again but with Rock Shox Domain dual crowns and a fox vanilla rear coil shock.
Both absolute bargains!
Watch the video and see exactly how you will (or can) ride these bikes 😉
To be honest, unless your a serious racer and need a race license I never thought it worthwhile to join British Cycling. It seems times are changing and the various levels of BC membership have a number of worthwhile bonuses to help us Mountain Bikers do what we love.
Now I wont bullshit about, some of the Membership benefits are a joke at best, but from only £13.50 a year there seem to be some real benefits that we can all get our hands on.
I will run you through the different membership levels.
Ride membership: £24 a year
They say its ideal for commuters and hobby riders – I think it suits any mountain bike riders who don’t need (or want) a race license.
Up to £10m third party liability insurance.
Free legal support and advice from the BC legal team.
Save a minimum of 12% at the British Cycling Wiggle shop
Save 10% at Halfords stores nationwide
Pre-sale and discounted tickets to major UK cycle events
Save up to £23 a year on magazines including Cycling Plus, Procycling and Mountain Biking UK (no dirt mag tho :()
Save 40% on AA Membership
Get a free copy of Rouleur and Privateer worth up to £10 each
Save 10% on bike insurance – guaranteed lowest price bike insurance
Save 10% on Cycle Rescue, an emergency roadside recovery service for cyclists
Then they have various race license memberships.
Starting with the Race Bronze membership. This is £13.50 a year and includes most of the benefits of the Ride membership.
The most expensive and comprehensive membership they offer is the Race gold membership which is £64 a year and has the additional benefits of a full racing license and 15% off bike insurance.
If you need a race license or just like the sound of these additional benefits then why not jump on-board with the British authority for bicycle racing. You might even be able to convince them that Downhill mountain bike racing is the premier form of bicycle competition! (which we already know) 😉
The most amazing DH run ever?
Danny Hart wins by over 11 seconds in the rain at Champery, the worlds steepest DH track.
Even has time for a trademark whip near the bottom of the course!
Video of his winning run below.
Plus whilst most news agencies have totally ignored DH Mountain Biking once again in favour of reporting on the world rowing champs / mediocre road racing / fly fishing – finally a tiny bit of recognition as the clip makes it onto The Guardian’s (one of the UK’s better newspapers) online edition for Best Sporting video of the week.
|Danny Hart in the Guardian|
From the guys over at setupclothing Bicycle apparel!
Leatt DBX Neck Brace – Was £250 NOW £200
People either love them or hate them – got to be down to rider choice at the end of the day. No matter how fast or big your going, if it makes you feel safer then it must be a good thing!
Pretty standard item in MTX and with things getting faster and bigger in DH and Freeride, then these Leatt neck braces are sure to be a good thing.
Currently with 20% off in Small or Medium.
First time there has been any real reduction of the price of the Leatt braces so grab yours whilst you can over at CRC…