Online Deals - December 2018

Dec 7, 2018
by Pinkbike Staff  

Jenson USA Logo

$33.99 USD
Was: $40.00 USD (15% off)
SDG BEL-AIR STEEL SADDLE
Sold by Jenson USA


$22.99 USD
Was: $28.95 USA (21% off)
ODI ELITE PRO LOCK-ON GRIPS
Sold by Jenson USA



$59.99 USD
Was: $139.95 USD (57% off)
ROYAL MATRIX CYCLING RAIN JACKET

Sold by Jenson USA


$39.99 USD
Was: $99.99 USD (60% off)
WELLGO MG21 MAGNESIUM PLATFORM PEDALS
Sold by Jenson USA







$151.99 USD
Was: $186.00 USD (18% off)
Crank Brothers Mallet DH Race Pedal
Sold by Chain Reaction Cycles


$1,199.99
Was: $1,799.00 USD (33% off)
NS Bikes Snabb Plus 130
Sold by Chain Reaction Cycles



$87.89 USD
Was: $146.49 USD (40% off)
Five Ten Freerider ELC
Sold by Chain Reaction Cycles


$59.50 USD
Was: $85.00 USD (30% off)
Alpinestars Paragon Knee Shin Protector Sold by Chain Reaction Cycles






Up To 60% Off

Helmets

Sold by evo


$42.99 USD
Was: $95.90 USD (55% off)
Schwalbe Magic Mary Super Gravity VertStar TL Easy Tire
Sold by evo



$159.99 USD
Was: $199.99 USD (20% off)
Leatt DBX 5.0 All Mountain Jacket
Sold by evo


$191.20 USD
Was: $239.00 USD (20% off)
Troy Lee Designs D3 Fiberlite Bike Helmet
Sold by evo






$101.95 CAD
Was: $169.95 CAD (40% off)
Race Face Scout Jacket
Sold by Dunbar


$64.95 CAD
Was: $74.95 CAD (13% off)
Specialized Hillbilly 2Bliss
Sold by Dunbar



$249.95 CAD
Was: $289.95 CAD (13% off)
Gemini Duo LED 1500 Lumen Light
Sold by Dunbar


$34.95 CAD
Was: $44.95 CAD (22% off)
ODI Rogue Lock-On Grips
Sold by Dunbar





Images for December 2016 s Online Deals.

$89.00 CAD
Was: $149.95 CAD (41% off)
Minion DHF+ 27.5 x 2.8" 120TPI 3C MaxxTerra EXO TR Tire
Sold by TBS Bike Parts


$59.00 CAD
Was: $119.95 CAD (51% off)
Maxxis Minion DHF 27.5 x 2.3" 3C MaxxTerra EXO TR Tire
Sold by TBS Bike Parts



$49.00 CAD
Was: $99.00 CAD (51% off)
Easton Haven 35 Handlebar (Black)
Sold by TBS Bike Parts


$49.00 CAD
Was: $99.00 CAD (51% off)
Easton Haven Stem (31.8mm)
Sold by TBS Bike Parts






$3,499.99 CAD
Was: $4,549.00 CAD (23% off)
Santa Cruz Highball 29 S/C 2018
Sold by Calgary Cycles


$3,499.99 CAD
Was: $8,499.99 CAD (59% OFF)
BMC Team Elite 01 - 2017
Sold by Calgary Cycles



$199.99 CAD
Was: $609.99 CAD (67% OFF)
RF TURBINE DROPPER 30.9 375/125 W/REMOTE
Sold by Calgary Cycles


$1,344.52 CAD
Was: $1,692.94 CAD (21% off)
We Are One 29" AGENT WHEELSET w/ DT 350 HUBS
Sold by Calgary Cycles





MENTIONS: @evo // @jensonusa // @ChainReactionCycles // @dunbarcycles // @Outletbikes // @TBSbikeparts

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75 Comments

  • + 53
 Online Deals complete with getting your PC crypto locked! You guys just posted a link to a compromised site (www.tbsbikeparts.com/easton-haven-am-stem) that prompts for a 'font update' which is malware.
  • + 19
 sitecheck.sucuri.net/results/https/www.tbsbikeparts.com/easton-haven-am-stem
"This page includes a JavaScript/iframe from bootstrap-js.com that is blacklisted by Sucuri Labs, reason: malware shoplifter"
  • + 9
 Thanks @chaseme We are looking at this issue. So far we have had no malware problems and continue to get orders as usual. Please contact service@tbsbikeparts.com with any further questions or concerns.
  • + 8
 @TBSbikeparts: Well, site is down now. Hopefully you get it figured it out soon!
  • + 1
 @TBSbikeparts: I did send an e-mail to service@tbs... letting you guys know what was going on. I noticed the prompt for the malware is 100% of the time. It triggered a few times for me then stopped. Hope you were able to track it down and fix it up! sitecheck.sucuri shows it as all clean now.
  • + 13
 Did I read that right? Are Minions now $120-150 retail?!?
  • + 12
 yup... tires get cheaper to produce but retail prices keep going higher. Michelin Wild Enduros are a better value.
  • + 5
 Yeah. I was doing some Maxxis bookings with NRG and Lambert for our shop, and it mentioned Maxxis tire prices were being raised by 12%. Something to do with all the tariff BS going on.
  • + 4
 @leon-forfar: I thought the tariff was supposed to get refunded when exported out of the US? I wouldn't put it past our distributors to not pass the savings along to the customers.
  • + 4
 Plus size, triple compound. The inflation isn’t horrible
  • + 1
 @racerfacer: haha, yeah, I have no idea. All I know is it sucks
  • + 2
 @leon-forfar: so far it looks like the tariff war will raise prices on rubber which Maxxis and any other tire company are passing onwards to bike shops / distributors. 10-20% higher prices is what we have been quoted in recent months. Just means everyone needs to stock up now before the prices increase!
  • + 2
 @jaydawg69: Not to mention better performing
  • + 5
 Bontrager XR4 all the way baby. Can't beat the quality for the price. Killer all mountain tire available in a range of sizes.
  • + 3
 @raddog: Bontrager team issues are always my go-to tire. I prefer to mix them up. Nothing better than getting dirty with two different models at the same time.
  • + 1
 @jaydawg69: how do you get them in Canada?
  • + 1
 Paid $60 a tire for my work car a couple months ago. They seem nice. $100 for a new Magic Mary? Are you shi$$ing me. And here is why I wait for sales. I will apologize for bike tire manufacturers since they never will.
  • + 1
 @shotouthoods: don't forget when you take your car tire back to the shop where you bought them at they fix them for you for if they go flat.. Support your local bike shop they say.
  • + 1
 @jeansebille: lambert is the distributor so any bike shop.
  • + 7
 Saw the deal on 5-10's, thought it will only be for some oddball size, for some reason clicked it anyway to see, should have stuck with the gut. I will never get those 20 seconds back.
  • + 1
 I clicked that link when they first showed up on vital and got my size. They are great. I’ve never even seen a flat pedal shoe with a lace cover. Always wanted this. Durability tbd as none of my 510 last longer than a year but enjoying them relatively new.
  • + 1
 @scjeremy: I mostly ride clipless so I think I could make them last a long time.
  • + 4
 Just tried looking into the WeAreOne wheelset and no combination of options netted me the price listed here
  • + 3
 Years ago they were awesome, free shipping, no duty ever. Not sure what happened to them, even their prices are that great. I haven’t bought anything from them in well over a year. Personally Dunbar has always been great to deal with. Sure we all have our horror stories with some retailer.
  • + 5
 Uh, who? Jenson?
  • + 5
 That's good to hear and thanks for the support! We do what we can given how small our online team surprisingly is! Just myself shipping orders and emailing, and 2 others that working on IT issues and marketing.
  • + 1
 Yep, used Dunbar a couple times too and they were great. TBS seems to be hit and miss.
  • + 2
 Was talking about the above comment before there was a shit pile of replies, Chain Reaction.
  • + 2
 @sjedawe: Ahhhh, thought it had to do with Sram brakes and TBS.
  • + 2
 Lol, I was gonna go there, but my boys here at Mud Sweat and Gears took care of me!@urinalmint:
  • + 6
 Please start carrying more 29" tires TBS...
  • + 4
 Please send your requests to Dylan@tbsbikeparts.com. We have a couple more Maxxis 29ers coming in this week but always open to sourcing more tires for our customers. Talk soon!
  • + 1
 @TBSbikeparts: get Michelin Wild Enduros please.
  • + 1
 I was blown away by the inflate MSRP of the minions before realizing that it was plus sized! $119.99 msrp is standard for local shops here. I cant remember the last time I paid retail for tires, though.

My 2 cents, the hillbilly is a superior tire to the shorty in the muck and at this price, well worth the upgrade. Hillbillies are wicked on all but slimy roots.
  • + 3
 But that knobs seem sketchy in anything other than mud too, Shortys are amazing in the front all year round
  • + 2
 @ismasan: the grip on the shorty is amazing in scree and deep pools of loose rock, even better than the DHF. only downside is how slow that tire rolls.

I found the 2.6" DHF to be a perfect happy medium- the knobs are spaced further apart along the circumference of the tire than other DHF sizes, so it handles loose stuff even better than the other DHFs
  • + 1
 I really liked Art's for my tires and some other things. Great customer service, and shipping free sealant with tires was a nice touch. I was bummed to to see their online shop go away.
  • + 0
 CRC have to be the absolute worst, least dependable online retailer there is. The customer service folks are okay, but whoever they employ in shipping is just dumb. My last order was for a set of those NP ARD rim inserts. Shipped okay, charged me okay. When they arrived, Inooen the box...no rim inserts...instead, they shipped a pack of 2 rotor bolts. And it was a struggle to get a full refund after. It of my group there have been numerous similar mix ups.
  • + 20
 I'd hate them if I owned a bike shop, but I don't. So they're ace. Never had an issue with them in 10years
  • + 29
 I have done lots of orders with CRC over 5 years, haven't had a mistake on any of my orders.
  • + 16
 I’ve spent thousand with CRC over the years and I can’t really think of any time them have made a mistake
  • + 7
 I have never had a problem with CRC just ordered a few bits and ot blew my mind 3.5 day and it was at my door in nz.fucken unbelievable
  • + 9
 For me CRC was great until Wiggle bought them... I used to get stuff delivered in 2-4 days living in WA state but now it takes 2-3 weeks to get anything from them... and it has happened on my last 3 orders. I've never had a mix up with what they have sent me but the delivery time is ridiculous and it is THE reason I may never again order anything from them in the future. I'd rather pay 10% more to have something delivered in a timely manner and support USA businesses.
  • + 3
 @dirtbeard: my rotor bolts were here in 3 days also, lol.

I have one friend who ordered a set of 29 tires. They sent 27.5. when he called they sent another set. Another set of 27.5! Third time they set out 29. Lucky him, he got 2 extra sets, along with a pile of frustration.

And another friend who bought pedals and rims, and they didn't tape up the pedal box, just tossed it in the box with rims unprotected. But the time it got to him the pedals had fallen out of the box and tumbled around against the rims and each other. Everything was a mess on arrival - pedal pins scored everything up pretty bad.

I've done my fair share of orders with them too, and I've had several items misrepresented, several very poor packing jobs and damage items, and one other time when something was charged and not shipped an item.

Maybe I have bad luck, but regardless, for me they have been super frustrating to deal with. They always make it right, to the extent the can, but it's still frustrating.
  • + 5
 I don't doubt that they have their moments, but after 20+ orders (some of which being split up due to size of goods), they've never screwed up an order of mine. I definitely admit they go a bit light on the packaging, which could end up problematic, but everything's arrived in great shape for me.

One random CRC tip... I got tired of getting duty fees so I just order the Duty-Paid option now. Shows up to Canada in like 3 business days, and usually costs around the same as the duty would have been.
  • + 1
 I recently purchased a brand x dropper and the box it came in was about 3 times the size of the dropper. So the post was completely loose in this massive box.
  • + 2
 CRC is the best, no issues here.
  • + 1
 My experiences have been nothing but awesome. Few weeks ago ordered some five tens for my wife, arrived in Canada at my house in BC from the UK in 3 days!
  • + 3
 @Ryan2949: Weird, the Brand X dropper I ordered came in the Brand X box and was packaged very well.
  • + 1
 @islandforlife: as was mines
  • + 0
 @millsr4: Yeah, wiggle really screwed up their shipping. My sentiments exactly! I used to give them crazy praise for getting orders to me in 2 days. That doesn't happen anymore.
  • + 2
 @islandforlife: It came IN the Brand X box (like a 24" x 4" x 4" box), but that box was then put in a box that must have been 48" x 12" x 12", with NO padding or anything, just flopped around everywhere. Made no sense, but customer service listened and replied back right away apologizing. I still like CRC and have ordered multiple things, and will order more. Was just odd.
  • + 1
 @Ryan2949: Pretty careless of them or they have confidence that the item will ship without issue like that. Was it damaged?
  • + 0
 @h-beck83: Yup, so did I... no praise from me these days...
  • + 1
 @FLATLlNE: Same with my RS Pike fork, just tossed it in a card board box with no nothing around it to protect it. Brake mount and steerer worked their way through the box on the transfer and everything was scratched and dented Frown
  • + 3
 My grandpa needs a new pair of orthopedic shoes. These five tens should work nicely.
  • + 3
 At first, I didn't think they would work as orthopedic shoes, but I stand corrected.
  • + 2
 @skills25: I never laugh out loud, but hat off to you sir.
  • + 2
 Royal Racing jacket: “This item is discontinued and no longer available.” Sweet.
  • + 0
 Stink bike lies
  • + 1
 I guess the world is just over populated now. Santa sure gave us some shitty December deals....better luck for December 2019!
  • + 2
 That price for 1500 lumens with a 4 cell battery and free shipping? Sold.
  • + 1
 I'm thinking of ordering those for my helmet. I have the Gemini Titan on my bars and they are top notch.
  • + 1
 I have these but the 2 cell version. Awesome lights that are going strong three or four years on.
  • + 2
 A wheelset on sale cost more than bike frame on sale!
  • + 1
 But it is an NS Frame, so if you brake the derailleur hanger, you are never going to be able to get a replacement,,,
  • + 1
 Pinkbike staff do you understand the meaning of DEAL?????
  • + 2
 No Intense?
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