Questions about purchasing bicycles and parts
When I searched for make/model sizes I found a Cassons listing of the same sale stock with some size equivalents or simpler to read details to search their one text page for sizes of matches.
http://www.cassons.com.au/IN_Listing.as ... 0000000807
Pushys note that it is special order 3-4 days to ship sounds like they're fronting for Cassons warehouse.
The cheap prices seem to be on the very small sizes... there has to be some benefit for people with small feet eh
The yellow red blue Gaerne "Spy" had me dis-interested but going back like looking at a fatal fashion crash, too small though.
The 40% is off the items/categories listed when you hit those banners. The shoes are special priced but not 40% further.
+1 No-one needs to see my mammal-toe that badly.
I bought a few of these Continental bib-knicks today in black (http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Models.aspx?ModelID=70225), since I have a couple in white and are very comfy. 2.5x the price but that's the price of modesty IMHO.
Salsa Casseroll, Avanti Quantum, Specialized Tricross, Cell SS
http://www.kathmandu.com.au/cycle-floor ... black.html
Bought one of these Kathmandu floor pumps for $25 bucks in store/OOS online. Seems to be a badged Giyo, similar to
http://www.cellbikes.com.au/Giyo-High-P ... tain-Bikes
but with a gauge down the bottom and a std head rather than a dual head.
The RRP is obviously a rip off, but for 25 bucks its slightly cheaper than from Cell, and Kathamandu has stores everywhere.
My first impressions is that its a decent pump, small diameter and a steel tube. Went up to the 70PSI for the hybrid tyres fairly easily and without issues. Not sure about higher pressures.
Bike fridays are selling at pushies for just under $2000 AUD. Considering that they sell for just under $2000 US (+ gst , import duty etc) from the manufacturer, this is probably as cheap as you are ever likely to find them (unless you find one that has fallen off the back of an airplane).
They are not displayed on their website, but rather bike exchange
http://www.bikeexchange.com.au/bikes/li ... omens%5D=1
GO! RUN!! GAAAH!!!
Cycology have new T-shirts which are selling quickly but have a 20% discount deal running
Use the promo code 'friend' in our shopping cart at Cycology to receive 20% off these 2 new tees.
(Offer valid till midnight (AEST) Wednesday 24 July, 2013)
Rapha 15% off if you fill in their survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/rapha-2013-survey-en hat tip @veloviewer
Didn't the code expire yesterday?
edit: apparently not, it still works. Weird in the email to me it said expiry was July 26th.
Also it's a generic code: RSFDM0713
Same code, different expiry date for completing the survey
I have a £10 PBK voucher (which I won) and give it for FREE to the first BNA forum member who responds here.
- for members with min 25 posts
- you have to use it as it would be a shame to let it expire
Pretty simple - simply reply and it is yours.
Velogear.com.au has $2 flat rate postage, but only till 9-00 am 1/08. Handy for those little odds and ends that I would usually bundle up when I buy something that qualifies for free shipping.
PARK TORQUE WRENCH TW-5 AND BIT SET SBS-1 COMBO SET AT TBE $160
Is this a good price?
PBK have 20% off all clothing ending midnight tonight + buy 1 get 1 free on selected team kit, so if you are a XL or larger, like castelli bibs, don't mind team colours (hey it is no worse that size of text castelli use), how does 2 pairs of body paint aero bib shorts for $170 sound
$124 at PBK
I'd save my dosh and buy a cheaper one
plus another $55 at PBK for the "sockets"
Competitive Cyclist has the Mavic Ksyrium Elite wheelset for $606 inc shipping to Aus. Next cheapest I think is Merlin Cycles (AT) $634
Last edited by DracZ on Fri Aug 02, 2013 11:47 am, edited 1 time in total.
You do realise $606US is actually $680AUD right?
2013 Oppy SL
2013 Boardman CX Pro
2012 KHS Yuma 29er
Got me there - most other sites do a straight $AUD representation for prices, so I just assumed it was the same for the aforementioned site.
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