Online Deals - March 2021

Mar 5, 2021
by Pinkbike Staff  



$2,388
Was: $4799
Rocky Mountain, Maiden World Cup Carbon Frame 2019
Sold by gearhub



$67.77
Was: $109.99
Michelin, DH34 Tire, Wire, Tubeless Ready, MAGI-X, 2x55TPI, Black, 29”x2.40 Bikepark
Sold by gearhub





$38.88
Was: $65.00
EVOC, Freeride Touch Long Finger Gloves
Sold by gearhub


$887.77
Was: $1349.99
RockShox, Pike RCT3 Solo Air, 27.5'' 130mm 110mm 42mm Offset Black
Sold by gearhub










$159.99
Was: $199
Crank Brothers Highline 3 Dropper Seatpost
Sold by Competitive Cyclist



$65.45
Was: $77
SRAM Standard Disc Brake Bleed Kit
Sold by Competitive Cyclist




$99.99
Was: $117.99
Shimano XT CS-M8000 Cassette
Sold by Competitive Cyclist



$127.95
Was: $160
Specialized 2FO Clip 2.0 Mountain Bike Shoe

Sold by Competitive Cyclist









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$185.00 CAD
Was: $219.95 CAD
Shimano XT M8100 Brakes
Sold by TBS Bike Parts




$39.00 CAD
Was: $56.95 CAD
Shimano N03A Resin Disc Brake Pads
Sold by TBS Bike Parts




$59.00 CAD
Was: $99.95 CAD
Maxxis Aggressor 29 x 2.50″ WT TR EXO Tire
Sold by TBS Bike Parts



$79.00 CAD
Was: $124.95 CAD
Maxxis Assegai 29 x 2.5″ WT 3C MaxxGrip TR Tire (DH casing)
Sold by TBS Bike Parts








$19.99
Was: $26.99
Skratch Labs Sport Hydration Mix - Hot Apple Cider - 20 Serving bag

Sold by Calgary Cycles




$194.99 (While Supplies Last)
Was: $259.99
Bontrager OMW Womens Softshell Pants

Sold by Calgary Cycles




$178.49 (While Supplies Last)
Was: $209.99
45Nrth Sturmfist 4 Gloves

Sold by Calgary Cycles




Check out our store for more great deals!















$78.00
Was: $130.00
EVOC Stage 3L ​+ 2L Bladder Hydration Pack
Sold by Evo



$49.99 
Was: $99.95 
Royal Racing Race Shorts
Sold by Evo






$39.99
Was: $85.00
Dakine Vectra Shorts
Sold by Evo



$29.99 - $39.99
Was: $39.99 - $49.99
Bell Descender Goggles
Sold by Evo






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.



2021 Calendar Clearance Sale

We're clearing out all remaining calendars at 50% off from now until they're gone. Everyone who purchases a calendar will get a FREE "Mystery Gift" usable in the Pinkbike Shop and one lucky calendar buyer will win a $100 worth of Pinkbike Merch. Shop Now

Sale ends: March 31st 2021 at 11:59pm Pacific Time
Sold by Pinkbike *Not redeemable with any other discount code.






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40 Comments

  • 41 0
 Too bad the $5 calendar still costs more than $25 to ship to Europe
  • 19 0
 Good luck beating my Juggs calender with pinkbucks.
  • 12 0
 Six Screws for my stem 85 cents each

Shipping: $38.00
  • 23 0
 Deity anodized aluminum valve caps: $5
Shipping to Canada: $35
Walking into a bike shop to ask for them: not worth the shame
  • 1 1
 @AndrewHornor: 3 Yoshimira decals, 4$; with shipping, like 35$. Lol. I was like, "yussss!!! SO DUMB". The way I see money works is like, "what am I going to make my own Yoshimira decal!?".............................."Well FUUUUUUU!!!".
  • 13 0
 Are these just paid adverts? I can find most of that stuff cheaper just by typing it into google

In fact my LBS mates rates puts a lot of that cheaper as well
  • 4 0
 Typed sram bleed kit into google...nicer pro kit is same price on amazon
  • 3 1
 Yes, it's written at the bottom of the page. They're collected adverts basically. There are better deals out there but it would be a full time job to collate them. Just some interesting deals occasionally.
  • 6 4
 @codfather1234: Full time job? Your first time using google search or just slow?
  • 1 0
 @Billjohn6: *if it's infact "SRAM"
  • 12 0
 Those Michelin DH34 Bikepark that everyone's after cost €22 here in Europe. Even the regular Race Line DH34s I have cost 49€ each
  • 27 3
 But remember the prices here are in CAD not USD so 67 CAD are like what 99 cents?
  • 1 0
 @filthyphill: true, missed that, but still, 67,77 Canadian dollars account for 44,75€, so double the price
  • 3 0
 @filthyphill: How dare you!! It's closer to $2.75.
  • 3 0
 Those Bontrager OMW pants are probably one of the better kit purchases I've made for winter use. Those and their JFW winter gloves are some of the better cold weather stuff I've purchased. The pants shrugged off a couple of nasty spills I took this winter without any damage, and they keep you warm and dry. But the gloves... man I'll tell you, warm and toasty even in the coldest conditions. I rode with them in some -10C and colder MTB evenings and did several morning commutes in the -15 range and without fail, once I was warmed up my hands got warm and remained that way for the entire ride. I've been through a lot of gloves over the years and these are the first pair to work this well, without being overly bulky.

Oh, and I just bought a Microshift Advent 9 drivetrain for my newest build and I just realized that I paid less for the entire groupset than the cost of that 11sp XT cogset. I sure hope it holds up well and works, because I got the shifter, derailleur and cogs for around $80usd
  • 6 0
 880 bucks for at least 4 model years old pike? No thanks
  • 3 0
 A new pike ultimate costs $900, just about the same price for an older model lmao.
  • 4 0
 But the calender costs to much including postage
  • 3 0
 Jenson has high rollers for $45 each
  • 9 8
 Maxxis Fanboi here, but you couldn't pay me to run the Aggressor.
  • 1 3
 i hear ya tried one thought it was meh on the rear so gone back to a DHF front and back love it
  • 2 1
 It was fine for summer riding, but did the usual buckled carcass thing that maxxis do. This was on a double down. I dont run maxxis anymore.
  • 4 1
 @buttmonkey5000: Gone full Assegai.
  • 3 2
 True, had a rear DD Aggressor and thought it was the most overrated tyre ever. Only marginally faster than a DHF or DHR and pretty much considerably worse at everything else
  • 8 1
 @Arierep: People who disagree with this have never ridden an Aggressor
  • 3 0
 @chriskneeland: Depends on where you ride. I currently run an aggressor on the front, but my trails are midwest mild flow with a small dose of tech in some places. I only have a few hours on the tire, but so far it works well for my needs.
  • 2 0
 I've had an aggressor on the rear for about a year now and I hate it, been waiting for it to pop to but a DHR back there where it belongs.
  • 2 0
 @ihertzler: life is too short to run a tire you hate. Sell it in fb marketplace for cheap and ride what you love!
  • 2 0
 @DHhack: Mines been sitting in my garage as a back up. But even if my DHR II failed I'd still probably skip the Aggressor.
  • 5 0
 My Aggressor weeps more than a teen at a Justin Bieber concert.
  • 3 0
 @chriskneeland: I don't know about modern longer travel bikes, but it's a great trail tire where I live. I thought the traction vs rolling resistance was quite good. Paired with a dhr2 front it rolls almost as fast as ardents, without sliding through every corner. It does become a slick in sticky mud, but the trail builders ask us to avoid riding when is gets like that as we don't usually get consistent rain.
  • 3 0
 @JayUpNorth: Ya I think if you're coming from the Ardent end of the spectrum you'll get along with the Aggressor. But after riding DHF's and DHRII's, I got used to the extra side knob traction that you can really push into that the Aggressor doesn't offer.
  • 3 0
 @chriskneeland: New Troy comes with Dhf/dhr2 so I'll see what I've been missing soon enough.
  • 2 0
 @JayUpNorth: Oh you're going to love that combo
  • 1 0
 For a hardtail a dhf/Agressor combo worked great. That's used to be one of the most recommended combos. But my conditions are super dry and hard packed dirt.
  • 1 0
 @DylanH93: yeah, we have a good amount of hero dirt. Traction is pretty good until leaf litter and pine needles make you slow down a bit. Ran that combo on a Gt Sensor. I found it hooked up really well on roots during climbs.
  • 1 0
 Are those Royal shorts any good?
  • 1 0
 Yes very
  • 1 0
 Noe deals in that list . that's all full retail .

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