August Online Deals

Aug 10, 2016
by Adam Price  



Chain Reaction Cycles Deals


Vitus Bikes Dominer DH Suspension Bike 2016
MSRP: $3499.99 / €2999.99
Chain Reaction sale price: $2299.99 / €2499.99
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Vitus Bikes Escarpe VRX Suspension Bike 2016
MSRP: $2799.99 / €2699.99
Chain Reaction sale price: $1799.99 / €1999.99
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Vitus Bikes Sommet PRO Suspension Bike 2016
MSRP: $4499.99 / €4299.99
Chain Reaction sale price: $2999.99 / €3299.99
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Ragley Piglet Hardtail Bike 2016
MSRP: $1899.99 / €1999.99
Chain Reaction sale price: $1709.99 / €1999.99 USD
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DT Swiss M 1700 Spline Two MTB Rear Wheel
MSRP: $ $455.99 / €359.99
Chain Reaction sale price: $375.99 / €232.99
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Jenson USA Online Deals:



Intense Carbine 29 GX Jenson Bike 2015
MSRP: $4,989.99   USD
Jenson sale price: $2999.00 USD
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Bell Super 2R Mips Helmet 2016
MSRP: $220.00   USD
Jenson sale price: $142.99   USD
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Maxxis Minion DHR II 27.5" Tire
MSRP:$62.00 USD
Jenson sale price: $49.60 USD
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X-Fusion 02 RL Rear Shock No PCKG
MSRP: $349.99 USD
Jenson sale price: $99.99 USD
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Wellgo MG-1 Magnesium Platform Pedals
MSRP: $85.99 USD
Jenson sale price: $49.99 USD
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Dunbar Cycles Online Deals:



2015 RockShox Boxxer Team 27.5
MSRP: $1749.95 CAD/ $1342.70 USD
Dunbar: $1079.95 CAD/ $828.95 USD
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2016 Intense Tracer Foundation 275 Alloy
MSRP: $4438.95 CAD/ $3405.90 USD
Dunbar: $3199.95 CAD/ $2455.25 USD
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2016 Intense Tracer Expert 275 Alloy
MSRP: $7338.95 CAD/ $5631.01 USD
Dunbar: $5195.95 CAD/ $3986.73 USD
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DMR V8 Pedals
MSRP: $49.95 CAD/ $38.33 USD
Dunbar: $34.95 CAD/ $26.82 USD
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TBS Bike Parts Online Deals:



Maxxis High Roller II 27.5 3C EXO TR Tire
MSRP: $99.95 CAD
TBS price: $65.00
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Truvativ X-Guide BB Mount (black or white available)
MSRP: $184.00 CAD
TBS Price: $65.00 each
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Easton Haven AM Handlebar
MSRP: $99.00 CAD
TBS Price at: $59.00
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Fanatik Bike Co. Deals:


Devinci Django Carbon RS
Free RockShox Reverb upgrade, and free shipping. A $530 value, limited time offer.
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Fox/RockShox Suspension
Up to 50% off select Rock Shox and Fox forks, shocks, and seatposts.
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Banshee Rune and Phantom Complete Builds
$1,100 off two of the most fun and capable trail bikes out there.
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Cambria bike Deals:


Santa Cruz Super Sale!
Cambria bike: up to $2300 Off!
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Fox Trail Shorts
Cambria bike:Over 50% Off!
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Fox Short Sleeve Jerseys
Cambria bike: Over 50% Off!
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TLD Helmet Sale!
Cambria bike: Save up to 67% Off!
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Calgary cycles Online Deals:



INTENSE TRACER 275C EXPERT
MSRP: $8,328.99
Sale: $6,699.99
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BELL BELLISTIC
MSRP: $109.00
Sale:$64.99
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MAVIC CROSSMAX ENDURO WTS MTB WHEELSET/TIRES
MSRP: $ 1,249.99
Sale: $899.99
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bike-components.de Online Deals:



OneUp Chain Guide ISCG05 Kettenführung (ISCG 05)
bike-components price: €43,95
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Maxxis Ardent Tubeless Ready EXO 27,5" Faltreifen (27,5x2,4 or 27,5x2,25)
MSRP: €53.50
bike-components price: €29.95
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Marzocchi 55 CR 26" Federgabel
MSRP: €649.00
bike-components price: €299.00
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Whyte Online Deals



2016 Whyte G-160 Works
MSRP: $4699.99
Whytes Price: $3759.99
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Lama cycles Online Deals:



NS Snabb E2 bike
MSRP: $3799.99CAD
Lama cycles price: $2799.99 CAD
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NS Fuzz 27.5"DH frame w/shock
MSRP: $2499.99CAD
Lama cycles price: $1499.99 CAD
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62 Comments

  • 34 1
 Tell me about this here Vitus company? Hmmm
  • 29 0
 in house chainreaction brand (they have nukeproof too), reviews of of Sommet and Escarpe are all very positive. I'd have one.
  • 7 0
 My thoughts exactly. Definitely something I am interested in trying and reading about.
  • 18 1
 Vitus were a frame manufacturer from France in the 70's. They were the first to do aluminium bonded frames and i think the first to do integrated headsets too. They made both road and track frames. Their 992 bonded aluminum frame was riden by pro tour team Lotto back in the 90's. I had a 992 and it was a work of art. They new their sh#t back then. Not sure about now though just what others have said that CRC pretty much run them now. They're dual sus design is like the Trek full floater in that the shock is mounted between the rocker arm and cainstay, making both mounts moving through the travel. Bottom shock mount is infront of the main pivot above the bb. Rest is a horst link set up with chainstay pivot infront of rear axle. On paper they sound pretty awsome with a well thought out suspension design, good geo and gret spec for the money! The VRX 29er has caught my eye!
  • 4 0
 I have one, Escarpe 290, it's super good. Customer service for them is good too!
  • 42 0
 @slowrider73: so if I was to summarize your paragraph in a sentence it would be: looks like a session
  • 3 0
 @fercho25: yes it actually does look like a session! Haha :-)
  • 4 2
 Now based in Co Antrim, Northern Ireland. They have lost the original French 'flare' they once had and now produce bikes made with generic Taiwanese frames, re-branded and sold by crc. I'm not saying this is a bad thing by any means. They are certainly one of the best reviewed budget brands out there. I've only tried one of their road bikes but that was pretty good.
  • 8 0
 @down0050: I have 3, love them to bits. Got a 2013 Zircon 29VR (now Sentier), a 2013 Escarpe 29 (the purple one before yours) that is an absolute joy to peddle over anything and everything and a 2014 Escarpe 275 and they have all been reliable and great handling. Now planning no.4, I think ether the Escarpe VRS or Sommet VR but if the wife has her way it will be a new bathroom!!
  • 4 1
 @djm35: Current Vitus mountain bikes are not "generic Taiwanese frames, re-branded and sold by crc", unless perhaps you consider every frame designed and engineered in the West, and manufactured in the far east "generic".

No more "budget" than Canyon/YT/Radon, this is high quality build and geometry at more reasonable prices, with componentry that would cost perhaps 50% or more on any similar Trek/Transition/Norco etc. Cut out the middle man, save yourself a packet.
  • 3 0
 @djm35: CRC have a team of designers and engineers for these and other brands now, definitely not off the shelf options from the far-east.
Ridden a brave few Vitus bikes. Yet to find a bad one. All about bang for your buck!
  • 1 0
 @iian and zzRider. Ok, I take back what I said about them. They certainly used to do what I said they did. The previous models of the Dominer were identical to quite a few other bikes. Also, I'm not saying budget brands are a bad thing (yes I do class those other direct sales brands as having 'budget' bikes) far from it. I feel like most brands out there really overcharge. I do know that the vast majority of bikes are built in the far east because of manufacturing costs. It looks like the success of crc and Vitus means they can now do their own design and r&d.
  • 31 0
 R.I.P Pricepoint. Your dirt cheap deals will be missed
  • 3 0
 pricepoint is deceased? bummer. when did that happen?
  • 2 0
 @upchuckyeager: A few weeks ago.
  • 2 0
 @SacAssassin: Sh*t, been buying there for years. Of course I've been buying elsewhere also so I guess I ran them out of business as much as CRC, Universal, Jenson, etc. Frown
  • 3 1
 Drag! They were kinda quirky but always had the best deals on chains, and other stuff.
I like Universalcycles.com for parts, vip10/15 coupon 15% off orders over $300, 10%off $100, free shipping price match.
Good guys, small business.
  • 11 0
 how do you pronounce whyte? is it like stewie from family guy say cool whip? like huait? or just like regular white?
  • 7 0
 White as in tight not white as in Kuwait
  • 5 0
 Meanwhile i just bought a couple of shwalbe magic mary evolution tl super gravity tyres for 45 aud each on bike24.de
  • 4 1
 What's shipping like to Aus?
  • 12 2
 not sure about the new schwalbe stuff but i swore to never run them again.. They're sidewalls don't like rocks. I will stick with maxxis.
  • 1 0
 @NeilsElbek: Im a maxxis man through and through.. but these were so cheap (and least 30 bucks cheaper than the 3c max terra exo tr 2.5 minions) and are not the snake skin tyres but the super gravity ones... for 45 I'll give it a go.

that and maxxis dont do their minion semi slickin 26".. so im stuck with rock razors (Maxxis hr2's roll too slow)
  • 2 0
 @NeilsElbek: I used to be a maxxis only kinda guy, but the new schwalbe stuff is amazing, running magic mary front and rear now, they do wear pretty fast, but so worth it!
  • 2 0
 @freeriderayward: typically a flat rate of 30-32aud, worthwhile when buying a few tyres. or splitting delivery with others.
  • 1 0
 @ben8633: My MM/RR combo lasted 2 months. Back to Maxxis. If I got tires for free I'd definitely run Schwalbe though. The MM really is incredible.
  • 2 0
 i just want to know that what i have touching ground wether it be $40 or $90 its going to get me back to my car with 1 tube and patch kit... riding in central oregon we have rocks and a lot of them... i would like to try the super gravity magic mary
  • 1 0
 @NeilsElbek: This is the truth
  • 3 0
 @NeilsElbek: I just warrantied a Nobby Nic for a sidewall bubble with less than 100mi on it. Filled out their online warranty form, and they sent me a new one; no questions asked.
  • 3 0
 @MrZ32: www.maxxis.com/catalog/tire-500-121-minion-ss They have a bunch of tires on their site that you won't find elsewhere
  • 1 0
 Also. Doesn't he Magic Marry come in a "park" version that is suppose to wear out slower. I don't know much about them as Im a Minion man. But Im tempted to try the MM.
  • 1 0
 @Schmittr86: Good to know!
  • 4 0
 That Fuzz is a smoking deal, especially with the exchange rate from Canadian to US. $1148 with free shipping. Damn.
  • 2 0
 Wellgo mg1 50$???? Are you kidding??? I bought them 1 month ago for my wife (mine are steel working - 3 years) for 34$ on local market. But anyway on Amazon it always costs 35-40$... So what a heck?)))
  • 2 0
 Yeah, I got some on Amazon for about $30 USD a while back. I don't care for the feel of them, but they work just fine. They feel heavier than some larger aluminum Giant pedals I have.
  • 3 0
 The Mavic Crossman set looks like a good deal... U.S. dollars?....
OH WAIT. SHIPPING TO CANADA ONLY!
  • 1 1
 Not when you favor in a new rear rim every month and some spokes. There's a reason none of the pros use them anymore
  • 3 0
 Ya'll got any 26" goods in the internets? Can't get 'em anymore in bike shops...
  • 2 0
 The only welgo pedal to buy is the b67. They are amazing!!! 4 seasons and still going strong!!!
  • 2 0
 540 gram?? Mine wellgo Mg1 (360 gram) serve 3 years with no problem and no maintaining. I kicked it on the borders for a thousand times and they endure everything. Besides they are extremely grippy with my "5 10 freerider". But the price 50$ is wrong. It costs 35-40$ on amazon. And not only amazon.
So I believe that b67 are good but not only they are...
  • 3 0
 Federgabel!
  • 2 0
 Man, these are some good deals, especially compared to last time!
  • 2 1
 The domineer!
  • 1 3
 Chain Reaction sale price: $2999.99 / €3299.99... Why would you pay more euros than dollars lol? It should be other way around... 3299 eur = 3677 usd
  • 3 0
 Canadians/Americans don't have to pay the VAT so it gets taken off the price.
  • 3 1
 @gtrguy: You mean Americans/Canadians. Lol Wink
  • 2 0
 Nope, I meant what I typed. Inferiority complex much? Wink
  • 1 3
 Is it September yet?
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