Online Deals - November 2020

Nov 6, 2020
by Pinkbike Staff  

Jenson USA Logo

Was: $299
Sold by Jenson USA

Was: $35
Sold by Jenson USA

Was: $5,000
Sold by Jenson USA

Was: $6000
Sold by Jenson USA

Was: $100
Dakine Syncline Short W/ Liner Short
Sold by levelninesports

Was: $150
Camelbak M.U.L.E. LR 15 100 oz Hydration Pack
Sold by levelninesports

Was: $100
Kali Protectives Aazis 180 Soft Knee Shin Guards
Sold by levelninesports

Was: $65.99
Answer ProTaper 750 Alloy Silver Handlebar
Sold by levelninesports

Was: $28
Stan's Notubes Tire Sealant
Sold by Competitive Cyclist

Was: $899
Mercury Wheels X3 Enduro 29in Boost Wheelset
Sold by Competitive Cyclist

Was: $75
Maxxis Ikon 3C/EXO/TR Tire- 29in
Sold by Competitive Cyclist

Was: $54.99
Vittoria Mezcal III G2.0 4C XCR Tire - 29in

Sold by Competitive Cyclist

Images for December 2016 s Online Deals.

$75 CAD
Was: $109.95 CAD
Maxxis Aggressor 27.5 x 2.50" WT DD TR Tire
Sold by TBS Bike Parts

$79 CAD
Was: $124.95 CAD
Maxxis Assegai 29 x 2.5″ WT 3C MaxxGrip TR Tire (DH casing)
Sold by TBS Bike Parts

$30.00 CAD
Was: $64.95 CAD
SRAM Centerline Disc Brake Rotor (180mm)
Sold by TBS Bike Parts

$38 CAD
Was: $49.95 CAD
Shimano J04C Metal XT / XTR Brake Pads
Sold by TBS Bike Parts

Was: $119
Easton 24 Arc 32H Rim

Sold by Calgary Cycles

Was: $104.99
Serfas ESC-500 E-Lume Combo 500/30

Sold by Calgary Cycles

Was: $114.99
Bontrager Merino Blend Long Sleeve Women's Cycling Baselayer

Sold by Calgary Cycles

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Was: $149.00
CushCore Pro Tire Inserts With Valves
Sold by Evo

Was: $3,799.00
Troy 29 SLX 12s evo Complete Mountain Bike
Sold by Evo

Was: $89.99
Club Ride Gunslinger Chamois
Sold by Evo

Was: $17
EVOC Saddle Bag
Sold by Evo

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Pinkbike + Giro Roust Long Sleeve Jersey

Was: $69.99
Sale ends: November 30th, 2020 at 11:59pm Pacific Time
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  • 28 3
 Does anyone ever buy eminent bike?
  • 24 27
 I was thinking the same for that ibis. UGLY
  • 14 2
 @freeridejerk888: Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

That said, you really should swing a leg over the mojo3 or the mojo4. That bike is hoot!
  • 8 5
 @freeridejerk888: I find the Eminent bike to be quite beautiful, in my humble opinion.
  • 17 0
 I can't see what my bike looks like when I am riding it.
  • 4 0
 They don't look bad, but I'd be worried for the rear shock
  • 5 4
 I just think ibis makes the ugliest bikes right now. Rode one and it was meh. Plus the yoke driven shock is a no from me. @tmadison12:
  • 1 1
 There's a grom on youtube that rides one. I think his channel is called OneMTB. The kid is pretty cool. Builds little dirt kickers in the yard to learn crank flips and stuff.
  • 4 2
 @freeridejerk888: gotta agree ibis are pretty ugly bikes.
  • 2 1
 @freeridejerk888: I’m not gonna lie. I own an hd4 and I think it’s dull at slow speeds. Once the speed picks up is when it really comes to life and is a ton of fun. I demoed waaayy too many bikes before I found the HD4.

Also I understand your point about the yoke driven shocks, but I think it’s really important to understand with yokes are that the pivot points are 90* to each other. This eliminates vast majority of shock side-loading issues that the big S and Trek created when we saw a ton of shock failures attached to yokes. Shoot, that’s the whole reason why BikeYoke was born as a (totally awesome) company! Essentially the yoke pivots on ibis bikes (and many many others now) act just like a u-joint.
  • 1 0
 @DaFreerider44: the shock will hold up. The pedestal it’s mounted to is under compression.

Only issues I have with eminent bikes is the kinematics. They advertise it as “works with both coil and air.” Wrong. These bikes were designed with air in mind or coil with a progressive spring. And even with an air shock you need to max out the tokens and the HSC to have any progressivity. Frame size, their size L felt like a small. Like less than 450mm reach it was 438mm. Which made no sense, I met the CEO, that guy is around my height, 5’10”.

The pros is that it rides and climbs well. It feels like a trek going downhill, so ground hugging. But up hill, feels like a billy goat. Trek always had a problem with pedal bob, eminent doesn’t.

So yea, two reason may I never ended up buying one. Kinematics and frame size.
  • 1 0
 @kroozctrl: You lost me - you say that it climbs and descends well, but the say you won't buy one due to kinematics... Please explain. Smile
  • 1 0
 @spencerbrawn: The kinematics for anti squat and anti rise are top notch, but the leverage ratio was trash IMO. If you talk to the CEO, he really hypes that it can be equipped with a air or coil shock. Well not if the leverage ratio is linear. Linear leverage ratios need an air shock to make the most out of the bike. And even with an air shock, it still needed a custom tune. Max volume spacers and max HSC. Which I did mention these in the other comment, must have glazed over it.

Basically if you get the frame and put you own Fox Float X2 without their custom tune, it will bottom out on step downs and drops. But itll feel good on the descends, rock gardens and what not.
  • 1 0
 @kroozctrl: gotcha, thanks.
  • 1 0
 @kroozctrl: like 2 major points , 3 rd one could be ‘how they look’
  • 15 0
 Serious question. What is the point of buying (not OEM) any other dropper besides:

The tranz-X Kitsuma for 90% of us
The Oneup for those needing maximum drop-to-length ratio
The BikeYoke for those wanting the ultimate in quality
  • 1 0
 I have an OEM Manix Xfusion dropper and would probably buy one aftermarket. They’re super simple and to service you just get a replacement cartridge. No air to refill or adjust. I’m sure there are better ones but it gets the job done and I’ve not had a problem with it on two different bikes.
  • 12 3
  • 2 0
 They don’t exist anymore because AG helped JS off the LSD trip
  • 1 0
 Good luck getting any bike right now. Anything decent seems like a 6+ month wait.
  • 7 1
 These deals aren't very Intense.
  • 2 0
 Those Mercury wheels are sleepers.. stiff / light and hella durable. I bought a used bike that had a set and the plan was to swap out. Ended up loving them. Engagement won’t blow you away but overall I was extremely surprised.
  • 1 0
 The idea that any bikes around those prices are on offer in the current climate is laughable, for most bikes being available is an easy sale for shops... Having to shaft stock to get a sale is so 2019 ????????
  • 1 0
 The MULE is a good deal. I bought one in 2009 and it’s still going strong. If you buy this it’ll last you past 2031. I don’t think you can say that about anything else on the list.
  • 2 0
 By the 2031 majority of the bikes will be with internal bladder with water that will inject it directly to the owner
  • 4 0
 Rough AF
  • 3 0
 Those Kali pads are damn nice, and a good price.
  • 1 2
 Damn dude... I sure hope that's sarcasm. Eek Beer
  • 1 0
 Too bad the XL barely fits children. I'm not even overweight and my thigh is 55 around
  • 1 0
 How old was the Focus Group that those Kali Protectives Aazis Guards were presented to? Eek
  • 1 0
 Serious question. What would you put in a saddle bag? Would you trust putting your keys or phone in there?
  • 2 0
 Spare tube, co2, tire lever.
  • 1 0
 My time of the month is here again.
  • 5 0
 You got krampz?
  • 1 0

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