Online Deals - April 2020

Apr 10, 2020
by Pinkbike Staff  


Jenson USA Logo

$3,899.99
Was: $5,999.00
INTENSE SPIDER 275 ELITE BIKE
Sold by Jenson USA



$32.99
Was: $54.99
HAYES DOT 5.1 PRO BLEED KIT
Sold by Jenson USA





$199.99
Was: $269.99
E*THIRTEEN TRS+ 12 SPEED UPGRADE KIT
Sold by Jenson USA



$3,999.99
Was: $6,500.00
EVIL WRECKONING LB X01 EAGLE JENSON USA EXCLUSIVE BUILD
Sold by Jenson USA








Images for December 2016 s Online Deals.

Save 52% Off
Santa Cruz Bronson Deals & Demo
Sold by Cambria Bike



Save up to 50% Off
Hydration Pack Sale
Sold by Cambria Bike



Save up to 45% Off
Troy Lee Designs Stage Helmet Sale
Sold by Cambria Bike


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Five Ten Sleuth Shoe Sale
Sold by Cambria Bike









$60 - $70
Was: $100.00
Five Ten Freerider Shoes
Sold by Evo


$49.99-89.99
Was: $139.00
Troy Lee Designs A1 MIPS Bike Helmet
Sold by Evo



$29.99-44.99
Was: $110
Bell 4Forty MIPS Bike Helmet
Sold by Evo


$24.99
Was: $39.95
Royal Racing Core Jersey
Sold by Evo










$6,499.95 CAD
Was: $7,999.95 CAD
Ex-Demo - 2019 Rocky Mountain Altitude PowerPlay A70
Sold by Dunbar



$110.95 CAD
Was: $129.95 CAD
iXS Trail RS Evo Helmet
Sold by Dunbar



$99.95 CAD
Was: $199.95 CAD
Specialized 2FO Clip MTB Shoes
Sold by Dunbar


$1,430.95 CAD
Was: $2,199.95 CAD
Cinelli Bootleg Hobo Railway
Sold by Dunbar









$49.99
Was: $73.50
100% Ridecamp LS Jersey w/ 100% Brisker Gloves Men's MTB Apparel Kit
Sold by levelninesports



$112.50
Was: $150
Dakine Pickup Pad Dlx Tailgate Pad
Sold by levelninesports




$69
Was: $100
Five Ten Freerider MTB Shoes
Sold by levelninesports



$3,200
Was: $4,000
2019 Cannondale 29" Habit 3 Carbon Bike
Sold by levelninesports








Images for December 2016 s Online Deals.


$59.00 CAD
Was: 109.95 CAD
Maxxis High Roller II 27.5 x 2.5″ WT 3C MaxxTerra EXO TR Tire

Sold by TBS Bike Parts



$59.00 CAD
Was: $119.95 CAD
Maxxis Minion DHF 27.5 x 2.5″ WT 3C MaxxTerra TR EXO Tire
Sold by TBS Bike Parts






$299.00 CAD
Was: $459.95 CAD
Shimano XTR M9120 4 Piston Brakes
Sold by TBS Bike Parts




$139.00 CAD
Was: $189.95 CAD
Shimano SLX M7100 Brakes
Sold by TBS Bike Parts









$4,999
Was: $7,999
Scott 2019 Ransom 910 Medium
Sold by Calgary Cycles



$449
Was: $579.99
Scott 2019 Roxter 20 Kids Bike
Sold by Calgary Cycles





$499
Was: $1,359
Fox Suspension Fork Float 34K 27.5 150 2017
Sold by Calgary Cycles



$1,499
Was: $2,450
Reserve 30 27.5-inch Wheelset

Sold by Calgary Cycles







Don't forget to check out all the sale stuff in the PB store! Pinkbike Shop and the Buy and Sell page for more great deals and cool things that you might just want.



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52 Comments

  • 67 3
 The whole world may have stopped turning but some things, like Intense bikes in the online deals never change. I find some comfort in that.
  • 13 0
 TBS and selling Maxxis at wholesale; name a more iconic duo.
  • 8 0
 I like the new white 5.10 golf shoes the best!
  • 9 0
 I feel like Intense is just missing the mark lately. Maybe its just me and the market I live in but they dont make a single bike that interests me and I never see them on the trail. We've all seen the company going through some tough times. I dont imagine that's a coincidence.
  • 5 0
 @mscofield4: I think they know ppl aren't interested in their stuff as much so they made some changes, the rep told our shop that's why all the 2020 bikes have Fox instead of Rockshox, not because it's necessarily better, but because that's what consumers seem to want.

I think Norco's killing it right now though
  • 3 0
 @mscofield4: I agree, it seems most of their bikes are a bit behind in terms of geo and build kit yet cost a premium.
  • 5 0
 @mtbforlife4: yeah, bang for the buck is not strong at all for them. And, if I'm being honest, their wild graphics schemes just would turn me away even if I thought their bikes were a good value. In my opinion, they need to take a page from companies like Norco, Specialized, and GG. Less is more.
  • 3 0
 @swenzowski: Norco is definitely looking good right now. Strong builds, good reviews, and classy looking designs. Intense designs remind me of Suzuki sportbikes.
  • 2 0
 Competition is so strong now and there's a very long list of companies producing amazing bikes with modern geo. I've always considered Intense to be a boutique brand and have lusted after their frames (had an Uzzi years ago). Doesn't carry the same cache these days unfortunately.
  • 3 0
 Hayes???????
  • 2 8
flag aceface17 (Apr 10, 2020 at 12:35) (Below Threshold)
 @swenzowski: fox is better though
  • 6 5
 @mscofield4: f*ck that. Go buy a specialized then.

Last thing we need is more boring mountain bikes that all look the same. Plus intense has always been one of the more showy and over the top brands. They're branded "INTENSE".
  • 3 0
 @mscofield4: Last time I rode, I got passed on the climb by a guy on an Intense e-bike. I was like, huh, never see Intense around here. Then five minutes later at the top I ran into another another guy with an analog Intense. So I guess I can no longer say I never see them.

Lots of online marketing though!
  • 2 0
 @mscofield4: Yeah when I ride my Carbine people always comment on the paint job lol I know it's ugly but you gotta ride what you sell
  • 1 6
flag chickenlassi (Apr 10, 2020 at 17:14) (Below Threshold)
 @mnorris122: TBS are dicks. I am from Kelowna and I tried to buy from them but ended up using them as a price comparison with CRC and got it from halfway around the world for less.
  • 4 0
 @chickenlassi: what went wrong? A friend order XT brakes from them recently and had no problems and I was thinking of ordering brakes too. I like that they are in BC and have free shipping.
  • 1 8
flag chickenlassi (Apr 11, 2020 at 7:37) (Below Threshold)
 @kingbike2: I had a neighbour that rode for NS bikes and he knew these guys personally. He was the one that turned me on to them and I did buy some stuff from them. TBS is based in Kelowna where I'm from.

Then they had a screaming deal on 26" DH Maxxis so I emailed them to ask if we could meet or give it to Garrett because it was below the free shipping threshold. Their free shipping threshold was like a hundred fifty bucks.

They wanted something like 30 or 40 bucks to go from their post office to 4 km down the road to my house. Plus a week. It was a bulky item.

They said no to meeting and they also said no to handing it to their friend who would hand-deliver it to me at my house. Another forty bucks would make it a non screaming deal so I copied and pasted their price to CRC and they matched it and gave me free shipping.

I actually have bought XT brakes from them and while they were great they were OEM take offs so it didn't come with the kit to cut the cable to your length.
  • 6 1
 @chickenlassi: so an online retailer wouldn’t give you in person service. That’s so weird; should definitely give them a bad review for that.

I ordered a pair of Maxxis tires at a great price, free shipping and they arrived 2 days later. Not hand delivered though so I guess I should be unhappy.
  • 1 1
 @stuie321: you miss the point. He gave them two options to make the sale in person. They don’t make money by shipping. I’d find that frustrating. Especially if I were replied to with a dismissive tone. Wouldn’t one star their Google page but I’d share the story too.
  • 1 3
 @stuie321: yeah bro a friend of a friend won't extend a deal. If you're talking about online retailers then you would think a small one would try to extend some customer service in order to keep a customer rather than having them buy shit from halfway around the world. If everyone's big thing is price, then it doesn't matter where it comes from. If you're trying to support local then why didn't you buy from a local bike shop. Vancouver is probably one of the best cities in the world for bike shops yet you bought it online.
No need to sit on your Vancouver high horse and give me shit for choosing a place they gave me the same item for less money. I gave TBS the chance a first refusal and they didn't do it. No problem. If they actually have something that is cheaper then anywhere else and I want it then I will use them as a price comparison.
You did exactly the same thing buying online versus buying in any one of the hundred awesome bike shops in Vancouver. Did you give them the chance to match prices?
Not only that but I'm not sure if you know this but there's a whole bunch of places that sell online that also sell face to face. Before the millennium when you were still in diapers I visited Cambria cycle in Cambria California. Having a brick-and-mortar and also online is not mutually exclusive.
  • 2 0
 @jorgeposada: they own several brands, including Answer parts, Manitou suspension and Hayes brakes. The new Dominion A4 seem to well liked by people that tried them.
  • 1 1
 @Mac1987: Hi I've been riding MTB for 34 years.
  • 2 0
 @jorgeposada: ok.... Good to know Smile
  • 4 0
 @chickenlassi: just to set the record straight we offer free shipping on all orders over $149. For customers in Kelowna it typically takes 1-2 business days to arrive to your doorstep. Thanks to everyone for supporting a local BC online bike parts store!
  • 2 0
 @mnorris122: just wait for our annual Maxxis May Sale Smile
  • 1 0
 @TBSbikeparts: Ho boy honestly don't tempt me
  • 2 0
 What's your opinion on this:

Bikes/components will get more heavily discounted because of C19, because we're all riding less and going to the LBS less. Basically because demand is going down.

Or

Bikes/components will be less heavily discounted because of C19, because the factories and supply lines have closed. Basically because the supply is going down.

??
  • 3 0
 Skis went on sale like crazy due to shutdown of the resorts;

With the bikes - you can still ride or so, so probably they will not do fall sales
  • 5 0
 Bike prices are falling because so many people are out of work right now. People have bills to pay first with no income for awhile.
  • 4 0
 This is year we’ll see some smaller (and maybe larger) bike companies go down. I’ve been thinking for awhile that we’ve gotta be at an over saturation point with just so many bike companies. When times get tough a bunch won’t survive.

There are (or will be) millions of people out of work across the world who would normally be supplying the cash for the big spring bike sales time... which just won’t be happening to the same degree this year.

Expect some fire sales this summer.

Also expect the used market to get real hot and cheap.. with many people willing to make a deal in order to get liquid quick. People will be willing to hang on for a little while but when it comes down to paying the mortgage or selling the bike, the mortgage will come first. especially since all the a amateur (and pro) race series’ will be cancelled for the year and we’re not really supposed to be riding much or very hard.

Just my two cents... will be interesting to see how it all unfolds.
  • 2 0
 I suspect you’ll see heavy discounting as production for this model year is probably complete and much of it sitting in warehouses. How it affects next year will be interesting.
  • 4 3
 Personally I don't think we're going to see massive clearance sales.
Firstly mountain biking is a luxury sport, funded by rich people - and if your bike costs more than $500 that includes you. And when times get tough, rich people usually remain rich, so I think people will still be buying bikes, especially upper end ones.
Secondly, I think a lot brands are not going to have a fully revamped 2021 model year. Those bikes stuck in warehouses are just going to be this and next year's bike model.
  • 8 0
 @IllestT: I think you vastly underestimate the ability of people to stay basically pay cheque to pay cheque even as their income increases substantially. Bigger house, bigger better cars, new nice bikes, vacations etc etc. but once the income that supports its all stops, it’s not just one or two things that half to give... it all has to give. You just have to look at the debt reports and the fact that the most popular vehicle finance term is 7 years. Many appear “rich”.

I think a lot of people aren’t really coming to terms with how long this is going to take. Especially if you’re in the US... expect to at the very least have a significantly modified Christmas. The US is quite behind the 8 ball and once they get close to their peak (which will be insane) around mid summer, and millions have been out of work for 5 or 6 months, reality will begin to set in. The US administration is still in the “keep paint levels low” mode and playing things down. In Canada, our Prime Minister just told us to expect to see some kind of restrictions in place until a vaccine is readily available (probably spring 2021??)... how sever those restrictions will remain is dependent on how well we, as a populace keep to the rules currently in place. We’ll see... but people need to start planning for this taking a long to to sort out.

End of the day... it’s not going away (along with restrictions) until a good percentage of the population has either had it and built up antibodies or gets the vaccine.
  • 5 0
 @IllestT: Mountain biking is not fox hunting, a lot of people scrounge deals, and use credit cards to buy nice bikes.
  • 2 0
 I'm going to say all markets will be effected by a drop in aggregate demand due to unemployment and thrift. I'm still working and already stopped making purchases. It'll depend on how much small business stimulus money bike shops and distributors get to prop up their capital reserves if this doesn't resolve quickly. If not enough, I see a huge dump of inventory for a return on some capital to try and prevent bankruptcy.
  • 2 0
 I think prices will go up eventually with the hyper inflationary monetary policies being adopted across the globe and in America.
  • 1 3
 @iantmcg: Still better than deflation.
  • 1 3
 I still maintain that mountain biking is a rich person's luxury sport, in fact even if your bike cost zero - to be able to find the time to do it or to be able to have a credit card, you have to have a certain level of wealth and/or history of wealth. I'm talking in the grand scheme of things here. Mtbers are not living on $1/day, like actually poor people. It might not feel like it, but you are rich.
...and you probably will keep on buying mtb stuff
  • 5 0
 @IllestT: Dude most mountain bikers are middle class who are absolutely going to be massively effected by this. I'm a chef, I ain't rich. My industry is massacred and will be for years. Whenever I do get to go back to work, it will almost certainly be at a lower salary. I'll be buying a bike this year but it won't be the one I was planning on and I'll have to sell a bike I wasn't planning to.

Bike industry is in for a HARD couple years. I'd expect a lot of clearance sales this year and brands to be scaling back big time for 2021 and even 2022 especially in terms of development. I also imagine many small brands will end up like Trust, and maybe even some unexpected changes among the big brands as well.

This will absolutely merc the DH scene especially. No bike parks or races is going to mean not only will they not be selling new bikes, but a bunch of newer DH bikes are going to hit the used market due to the economic downturn. First thing a lot of people will liquidate is the bike they can't ride anyways.
  • 1 0
 @IllestT: Being stuck at home, I've spent a ton on bike stuff online in the last two weeks. I appreciate that I'm one of the lucky ones.
  • 3 1
 These are going to be interesting times. I still do not think people here in the US understand the seriousness of this. We are only really a few weeks in, and already the auto industry is giving out 0% for 80 freaking months, and no payments for 6 months. That is not good. Its American for "oh shit". I truly hope for the best. I will add that the crew over at World Wide Cyclery have been really trying to keep people positive and laughing, with some of their hilarious emails and videos. They are truly making the best out of bad times, while still being serious about the situation at hand. Good folks over there. I just lost my train of thought. And I'm out.
  • 5 0
 Reading comments from all these expert economists has been very enlightening.
  • 2 0
 Just wait, the deals are going to keep getting better, the whole industry is f*** all events are canceled, people don't want to risk injury, sales are down 70% for some brands.
  • 2 1
 I love how a 27.5 minion here cost 30 bucks less than a 26 minion on crc. What happened to crc? Whoever is running the show over there ruined that site which is really disappointing.
  • 1 0
 SC reserves - $1k cheaper for HG driver vs XD on i9 hub (all else equal). Crazy pricing model
  • 2 1
 Shouldn't this have a "SPONSORED BY" at the top of the page?
  • 5 0
 It's at the bottom of the page and tagged as sponsored...
  • 2 4
 I call B.S. on the "Was $2499" for 27.5 Reserve 30's. Even with CK hubs they're $2199 on SC's website and less if you choose I9 or DT350 hubs.Calgary, that there is false advertising.
  • 7 0
 That’s Canadian money ( Calgary Cycles), the price is correct.
  • 3 0
 $2499CDN is about $1850USD.
That sale price works out to about $1100 US. That's pretty good in my books.
  • 1 0
 Toilet paper ain’t one of these!
  • 1 0
 Bar ends? Blooody hell, we roll deep in the retrogrouching. I approve.

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