August Online Deals

Aug 3, 2015
by Adam Price  
Chain Reaction Cycles Deals

Shimano Zee M640 Shadow+ 10 Speed Rear Mech
MSRP: $89.99 USD
Chain Reaction sale price: $48.99 USD
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Shimano XT M780 XC Race SPD MTB Clipless Pedals
MSRP: $119.99 USD
Chain Reaction sale price range:$59.99 USD
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Shimano Deore M615 Disc Brake
MSRP: $$112.99 USD
Chain Reaction sale price:$47.49 USD
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Shimano XT M780 10 Speed Triple Chainset
MSRP: $259.99 USD
Chain Reaction sale price: $134.99 USD
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Selle SMP Hell Saddle
MSRP: $142.99 USD
Chain Reaction sale price: $116.49 USD
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Jenson USA Online Deals:

Jamis Dakar XCR 29" Pro Bike 2013
MSRP: $4600 USD
Jenson sale price: $2099 USD
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Endura Rapido S/S Jersey
MSRP: $59.99 USD
Jenson sale price: $22.95 USD
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VP VX Trail Pedals
MSRP: $82.00 USD
Jenson sale price: $19.99 USD
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Giro Aspect Helmet 2014
MSRP: $175.00 USD
Jenson sale price from: $49.99 USD
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Kenda Nevegal Stick-E DH Wire Bead Tire
MSRP: $63.75 USD
Jenson sale price: $31.98 USD
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Dunbar Cycles Online Deals:

Easton MTB Lock-On Grips
MSRP: $29.95 CAD
Dunbar Price:$22.95
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Easton Haven 35 Carbon Bar
MSRP: $199.95 CAD
Dunbar Price:$139.95
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Up to 45% off select 26" Suspension Forks
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KS Lev DX R Dropper Post
MSRP: $583.95 CAD
Dunbar Price: $389.95
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TBS Bike Parts Online Deals:

Rock Shox Pike RC 150mm fork (26")
MSRP: $999 CAD
TBS price: $584.10 CAD
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Shimano Saint M820 Disc Brake
MSRP: $349.00 CAD
TBS Price: Starting at $197.10 CAD per brake
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Shimano XT M785 Disc Brakes
MSRP: $199.00 CAD
TBS Price at: $103.50 CAD
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Shimano Zee M640 10-Speed Rear Shifter
MSRP: $63.95 CAD
TBS Price at: $28.80 CAD
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Fanatik Bike Co. Deals:

2014 Intense Carbine 29
2015 Foundation Kit Shimano SLX / Pike RC / Float CTD Kashima w/optional DB Air CS upgrade
MSRP: $4500 USD
Fanatik Price: $3199
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2015 Rock Shox Pike Closeout - 40% off
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2015 Rock Shox Vivid R2C OEM Rear Shock - 9.5"x3" (240x76mm)
MSRP: $430 USD
Fanatik Price: $279.50
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RockShox Pike RCT3 160 Dual Position Air Suspension Fork - 26 Inch
Tweeks' sale price: £449.99
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Fox Racing Rampage Pro Carbon Full Face Helmet
Tweeks' sale price: £247.50
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10% off all Mondraker 2015 bikes
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Cambria bike Deals:

Santa Cruz 5010 Carbon 27.5 S AM Kit Complete Mountain Bike
MSRP: $4,699.00
Cambria bike price: $4,229.95
2015 & Older Santacruz BIKE SALE on now!
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Maxxis Minion DHR 26" Folding tire
MSRP: $61.00 CAD
Cambria bike price: $34.95
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Avid Elixir Trail 9 Disc Brake, F/R 4 piston
MSRP: $169.99 CAD
Cambria bike price: $99.95
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Don't forget to check out the Pinkbike Shop and the Buy and Sell page for more great deals and cool things that you might just want.

Stacked TSHIRT - Boys Red
Was: $24.99
PB Price: $17.99
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Stacked TSHIRT - Girls Pink
Was: $24.99
PB Price: $17.99
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That's online deals for August, more next month.

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  • 44 0
 I'm just sayin I wouldn't want anything called a hell saddle to be responsible for anything down there
  • 25 1
 sounds perfectly fine for a road bike tho
  • 3 1
 Would definitely improve my tucking
  • 17 0
 Looks like a ball sac guillotine.
  • 33 0
 Calling Dunbar Cycles......

On what planet are those deals?
  • 41 1
 srsly - $1500 for a Pike "regular price" - what are these, Zimbabwe dollars?
  • 21 0
 The weak Canadian dollar is killing any deal on this side of the border....and there no deal out there that would get me to buy that Giro helmet
  • 30 0
 That Giro helmet! Only 50 sheets to look like an air-con unit.
  • 3 0
 Hahaha it really does look awful. Is that some sort of cap visor on the front?
  • 9 0
 Giro's hipster commuter helmet.
  • 12 0
 Notice it went from $175 to $50. so yeah.... Must be having a hard time moving those horrid things.
Besides dont hipsters prefer floppy knit stocking caps hanging on the backs of their heads? They would never give those up for a helmet!
  • 3 0
 You know, I've had a pretty crappy day...but I can always guarantee when I get home and check out the PB comments section, there'll be brilliant comments like that by @tobiusmaximum to make me smile again! Razz
  • 1 0
 Ya, hipsters only like beenies that look like condoms or hats about to fall off.
  • 1 0
 Looks like a stone with a cap don't want that to "protect" my head
  • 11 0
 Dang 20$ for the VP Pedals that is a steal
  • 1 0
 I might have to pull the trigger on that one
  • 1 0
 Got em for $15 with a 20% off coupon on REI outlet. I like 'em so far, but these are my first clipless pedals in a decade, so who knows.
  • 3 0
 In advance I'd like to say.. Ow, that must've hurt!
  • 1 0
 They've actually been pretty easy to get into/out of, though my last set of clipless was eggbeater, so I'm still adjusting to not being able to just stomp down to engage. I might not actually bail from using them, as this is on my short travel hardtail. not really hitting anything too agro. hardtail is the reason I want clips: doesn't seem to matter how good of flat pedals I use, still get bounced around.

I was doing moto-style foot out turns at speed pretty much from the first run.

Tension adjustment is broad enough for most, I'd say: I was looking to set them up as loose as possible, & still had to bring them back up a few clicks to avoid them being so loose that you bounce out of them on the trail. Plenty of adjustment from there if you like things tight.

Only complaints I've seen about them online is that the two screws that hold the mechanism to the body can loosen, so keep an eye on them if you guys buy some.
  • 9 3
 To be honest I love the sport of mountain-biking and it is by far my deepest passion, however I am getting so frustrated by how the entire market for completes, forks, frames, components, etc. is priced. Maybe its just me being ignorant to the process of how things are built but i cannot find it justifiable that a fork should cost $1500 (and plenty cost even more). For many people (including myself) the price of the sport can be a major financial burden. I'm trying to balance affording money to go to university and biking as much as I can and it is very difficult. I am completely willing to spend several thousand dollars to buy a new DH rig but I can't help but to think the only reason I would is because the market for theses bikes is so overpriced that its forcing people to dive way too far into their pockets, and giving them no choice but to spend ridiculous amounts of money. When you spend $800 on a fork that originally costs $1200 it isnt exactly "saving". Again maybe this is just me being a little unreasonable but id like to hear what anyone else thinks
  • 2 3
 When you buy an 1800 fork your buying a very advanced product. I wouldn't say it's a rip off. And these days things are better than ever for people on a budget. With companies like yt saving lots of money for the customer. Even companies like rockshox are coming out with forks(the new yari) that are good performance at a better price
  • 1 0
 I agree with you. I love the sport more than anything, but it is so hard to find the money to pay for this stuff.
  • 9 1
 That Giro Aspect helmet is so ugly it should be free ninty-nine.
  • 5 0
 no it should be -175$ you should be paid for buying and wearing that horrid looking thing
  • 3 0
 Whoa nelly! SRAM just opened the flood gates for dealers to close out Pikes! Come and get em! That Zee rear der. is a smoking deal too. Mine works great but I paid a lot more than that
  • 1 0
 Good to get another Zee dérailleur or two for when the first one blows up.... which might be never. Been running mine with a 36t cassette for two years and it's still snappy.
  • 2 0
 Those saint brakes are an epic price too.
  • 6 0
 26" wheel riders should be elated with the deals available now.
  • 2 1
 I find it incredible how many people support CRC and Jenson/other discounters. The amount of people who walk into our shop each and every day with a random part that they bought online "because it was cheap" and failed to remember that they know nothing of bike maintenance makes me laugh. Yes, I'll install your new Zee mech, but it sure won't be for as little as the $20 you saved shopping online. (post **I would have price matched the online dealer to begin with, and installed the part at no charge**)
  • 2 4
 So you just rip them off on install. Great way to do business, let me know how it works out for you!
  • 3 0
 Yeah right. If I'm taking apart your drivetrain, cleaning your bike of all the gunk that you've never thought to touch yourself, installing a mech, tuning said part to work with the rest of your poorly maintained bike, and finally putting my name on the work; I'm charging more than $20.

If you're going to a company who is selling below what I am legally allowed to sell for, without even asking if I can match it there is zero inclination for me to give you a deal. If you're a nice person, and genuinely got caught up in the romance of buying and doing your own maintenance I'll cut you some slack, and perhaps even let you watch me install it.

Bike shops are not out to get the consumer. We're bound by pricing agreements that these online dealers do not have to follow. You might have missed the part about me price matching the dealer, and installing the part for free: This is against my agreement with Shimano but we do genuinely care about our customers, and if you're loyal to us we'll be loyal to you.
  • 1 0
 @ericwahl83 thats business buddy, shops die without making money on labor. and @allix2456 the same thing happens to me daily. we started putting sings in our windows saying PRICE MATCH so people would get the point. still some stuff we can't make up for as bike shops like those PEDALS?! dude i would pay twice that price just to sell a customer them and make nothing... these online retailers seriously shaft LBS so much it isn't even funny. especially when jenson usa is less than 20 miles away for a store pickup. /rant
  • 1 0
Look into stocking WTB products, and smaller companies such as Chromag. Sure I still carry minions, but WTB forces CRC/Jenson to sell their tires at a normal price. We're transitioning to companies that not only preform well, but also support the LBS culture. I may sell 5 sets of Saint pedals for every set of Scarabs but the Scarabs are hands down one of the best I've ever ridden
  • 2 0
 You made it sound like you were overcharging for a simple install dude, not that you were doing a full service job on the cheap, so don't change your story. You're shop isn't a charity so you shouldn't expect people to pay more for the exact same part that they can buy online. When you buy a TV do you make a point to drive around to all the TV shops in town or do you buy it from Amazon? Oh, and please tell me what the "legal" prices are. I've bought stuff from shops for next to nothing because it was discontinued/ old year model. I've seen a lot of shop people acting like martyrs on here, and I've been to many shops where they blatantly try to rip me off, so what do you expect people to do?
  • 1 0
 Btw, jenson USA is a brick and mortor store. There's nothing special about having an online presence, and nothing preventing your shop from doing so. Markets aren't sympathetic to old ways of doing business that result in less profit. People early on thought outside the box, took a risk and made money off selling online by buying volume. Your attitude to those people won't help your shop, and don't act like you don't buy the cheapest of whatever it is you're buying (or try to) when you shop. Everyone does.
  • 1 0
 @ericwahl83 At the end of the day, I like to have loyal customers. Jenson may be a brick and mortar store, but with the size of their market, they can get away with selling 80 dollar pedals for 20 bucks. They are the ONLY place that can do that (in addition to CRC, Pricepoint, etc), and they will. It just makes it hard for anyone ANYONE else to keep up with that. If they had to follow MAP (minimum advertised price) rules like most all bike shops do, then I would shut up. Either way, it's hard to get a customer in your store, find a great fitting product in their price range, and make a sale and install, when people just click their sales now. Its "harder" I guess, because now those customers will NOT come in to their local shop, whether mine or jo blo's in their own town. They are going to run back to Jenson's or CRC or Pricepoint. All together, they will find great deals on things that any normal sized business could NEVER achieve, and those shops lost their customer.

I'm not saying your wrong, just wanted to take a second to share my thought on it. In the end, bike shops will cost a bit more, because manufacturers make them. However, a GOOD shop makes up for it with great customer and repair service, good knowledge of their product, and the ability to share that with their customers. I love that stuff, and internet "high volume, low margin" sales make that part of my job more and more rare.
  • 1 0
 I'm aware it's tough to compete at product sales. And as I've mentioned, I still buy stuff from stores, and sometimes you buy maintenance or parts because you have to. But what pisses me off is the mindset some people have where they are bent on ripping the customer off, particularly for buying stuff online which is the smart and economical thing to do. I mean, when was the last time on pinkbike you heard someone complain about the price of this sport? 1 minute ago? The "us vs them" mindset some shops have will only drive customers further away. Case in point: a shop in whistler charged me $145 plus tax for a stans flow ex rim, which can be had if youre a member of USA cycling for $37. Then they told me that their margin on the rim was too small to come down on (and I laced the rim in the parking lot, they didn't build it) Think I'll ever go back to that store?
  • 1 0
 @ericwahl83 I guess it is up to the shops to pressure distributors like JBI, QBP, Hawley, other huge names to step up their deals. Shimano and SRAM aren't gonna do shit on little nickle and dime items. I saw some brakes online and called my Shimano rep, asked him what dealer cost was: almost double. Asked him what Employee Purchase price was (a discount on top of cost after taking some training courses): STILL higher than the online price. Then I asked him why am I even bothering ordering from you guys then? He just said that's the state the market is in, sorry. So I see your point, but now you see how cornered shops can get with their current product distribution scheme. Thanks for sharing your story about the rim, btw.
  • 2 1
I just got Formula RC Tune brakes for 89 Euro brand new. Swayze grips for 9 and Kali Aazis for 16, that is what I call a deal!
Hibike rules them all!
  • 3 1
 Those Easton bars are begging for someone to produce see-thru lock-ons.
  • 2 1
 Never understood why maxxis still makes the Minion DHR. Everybody just rides the Minion DHF front and rear...
  • 1 0
 I rode DHr front, highroller rear for years. if you live someplace dry, the ramping gives you a faster tire while still giving ample grip. Only reason I don't still use it is that I can get good tires for less than that combo costs.
  • 1 0
 Fair enough dude, just goes to show there is a tire for every condition/trail.
  • 2 0
 Looks like Shimano is about to have a new product release party!
  • 2 0
 that Jamis bike made me feel slightly ill...
  • 2 1
 hmmm i bought Shimano Zee M640 Rear Shifter for 20$ half year ago xd
  • 1 0
 I want that Ship PB shirt!
  • 1 2
 Just spent nearly 60$ on a hose and brake fluid. Could have gotten a new brake for 47$, damn.
  • 5 0
 What's even more nuts: I know they're not as good as the deores, but £33 for a set of shimano hydraulic discs!
  • 2 0
 Those might be an upgrade to your V-brakes, but otherwise the sub-Deore brakes are not in the same league as the rest of the Shimano line.
  • 1 0
 Yeah, for sure. But still!
  • 1 0
 I needed it for a DJ bike and it would have replaced an elixir 1. Pretty sure it would have worked just fine.
  • 1 0
 Maybe grab a pair for future just in case
  • 1 1
 My next bike will be a 26 oh yeah!
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