Online Deals: March 2022

Mar 4, 2022 at 9:20
by Pinkbike Staff  



C$1,166.88
Was: C$1,339.00
2022 Fox 38 Performance 29 170mm Grip 3pos-Adj Matte Black 15x110 44mm rake


Sold by gearhub


C$1,298.88
Was: C$1,427.00
RockShox, ZEB Ultimate DebonAir 2021 Black 27.5'' 160mm 110 44mm Rake
Sold by gearhub




C$9,877.00
Was: C$12,549.00
ROCKY MOUNTAIN, ALTITUDE C90 RALLY ED (27.5) 2021


Sold by gearhub


C$169.99
Was: C$219.99
Schwalbe, Jumbo Jim Addix, Tire, 26''x4.80, Folding, Tubeless Ready, Addix Speedgrip, SnakeSkin, 127TPI, Black
Sold by gearhub









$16.99
Was: $23.99
Muc-Off C3 Wet Ceramic Lube 120ml

Sold by Calgary Cycles




$34.99
Was: $56.99
Muc-Off 5x Premium Brush Kit

Sold by Calgary Cycles




$22.99
Was: $33.99
All Mountain Style OS Strap (In Stock Colors Only)

Sold by Calgary Cycles




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$44.99
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Pinkbike Team LS Jersey
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Pinkbike Team LS Jersey
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29 Comments

  • 19 1
 Straw Hat, where are you?
I missed my chance to buy
Please go back on sale
-Haiku by me
  • 10 0
 you're missing a syllable in the second line.
  • 37 0
 @whitebirdfeathers: even so that poem is better than these deals.
  • 4 0
 @pacobolo: You're very generous with the use of the word deals.
  • 6 4
 @pacobolo: all the good deals are behind the paywall
  • 5 0
 @whitebirdfeathers: This is my edgey modern revised rendition of what a haiku should be by utilizing the 'silent syllable' of the E in the word Missed to put emphasis on the missing transparency of the straw Hat, as well as the lack of deals being merely an inward look upon our own existence in a Capitalist Society... @rem17 'gets IT', man.
  • 2 0
 @dfbland: that’s seriously deep…
  • 2 0
 Not trying to make this an argument, but does the general population of bike riders really feel much difference between a 36 and a 38 mm stanchion? Whether it be weight, stiffness, etc, etc... is it really something that a large portion of riders feel they need?
  • 2 0
 I noticed a huge difference between lyrik/zeb and 36/38. Gives a guy all the confidence
  • 4 0
 Never a need.... the majority of modern mtb is never about need. It's about being better. I found the 38 stiffer than my Z1 full stop. However... someone had to take up force that would otherwie be taken by the deflection. In my case it was the CSU that lasted about 2 months before it became the new representative for rice krispies... they warrantied it and I immediatly sold it and got a Z1. No regrets.
  • 2 0
 Its just about the bike industry to make something new and make money out of it thats it. 36mm stantions are defenetly stiff enough unless you weight over 350 pounds or something.
  • 1 0
 @voltagerider: They are a business, they should be doing things that make incremental improvements. Nothing wrong with that. I would say though that the stiffness at my weight (220lbs geared) was very noticable, especially when braking. I would love retain that stiffness without CSU issues.
  • 1 0
 I went through two lyriks with failed CSU's before I went to the Zeb, so when I bought my new bike I took the 36 off straight away and went to the 38 for good measure. No regrats
  • 1 0
 on 180mm travel yes, same as u will fill triple crown fork;
  • 1 0
 @nickmalysh: Only bought Fox 38 over 36 b/c 170mm is not available in 36. I'd rather save half a pound instead of gaining 'stiffness' that I bet the 36 has plenty of.
  • 1 1
 Anybody who says they can tell the difference is either lying or hardcore as fuck.
  • 1 0
 @warmerdamj: haha ride bike park all day on a lyrik, then swap the fork to a zeb and ride again the next day. You can literally cruuuise the vista
  • 2 0
 Stiffer? Yeah.

Noticable? Yeah.

Worth it? Up to you.

I still prefer the Lyrik because it's dead simple and I'll give up a little flex for a little weight loss. If I was racing enduros "seriously" I'd bump up.
  • 1 1
 I used to order a lot from Gearhub... until they started asking for a photo of my ID and credit card when purchasing something over $500. I thought it was a scam interception at first but nope.... they do this to prevent CC fraud etc... I get that they need something based on whatever happened but its one of the #1 things not to do on the internet.. email pictures of you ID and CC's. Anyway, I hope they found a better way, they are a great store and was always a pleasure talking with them Even talking with the owner about this system was a generally pleasant experience.
  • 1 1
 Good afternoon Maestroman21, 

We're glad you shared your concerns.  This was an interim protocol employed for approx 2 weeks in May 2021, when we experienced a string of fraudulent transactions, and was implemented in concurrence with the guidelines of the Office of the Privacy Commissioner's of Canada and the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioners of BC. We have since elevated our services to deliver top-notch security against the illicit use of credit cards by fraudulent users. If we could be of further service to you or offer any supplemental information, don't hesitate to contact us at sales@gearhub.ca.

GearHub Sports
www.gearhub.ca
250.423.5555
  • 1 0
 @gearhub1: Very happy to hear that. While the commissions guidelines can be interpreted vaguely in some places, a direct quote from the privacy commission of BC states "Be wary of anyone who asks for your bank or credit card details via email"

I don't think there was any malicious intent, but it appears that while maybe within the rules, it is highly recommended against by the privacy commission you and standing on.

This being said, once you see this I am going to remove the original comment and this one. While I do not retract anything I've said, I don't want to create any negative attention to a local business I want to see do well.
  • 1 1
 @maestroman21: We genuinely appreciate your understanding and concur with the points you brought up. It was a very temporary, last resort policy, that was implemented in direct communication with both federal and provincial Privacy Commissions. It's also why we requested that all information be blocked out, albeit order name and exp. dates -and records were deleted immediately after ID confirmation. We, however, recognized that this was not ideal, which is why we moved quickly with our developers and payment providers to enhance Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) protocols.

Again, we're grateful for your support and insights and if we could be of further service, we're here for you.
GearHub Sports
www.gearhub.ca
250.423.5555
  • 1 1
 @mikelevy @pinkbike can you do an article on trail snacks and trail nutrition? What kind of snack best suits what kind of ride, what kind of snack for endurance, for energy output, or for weight loss.

What should I eat and when on my ride for optimal output.

Just a thought for an article, if you haven’t already covered it!

Cheers
  • 2 0
 All Canadian comments so far, cool.
  • 2 0
 When are the downcountry socks going to be on sale?
  • 1 0
 Jumbo Jims aren't a deal for free. Worst.....fat bike tires......on the market.
  • 1 0
 Ummm. Is that strap enduro specific?
  • 1 0
 and does it have a BMX background.
  • 1 0
 @fabwizard: ski background. A lot more mtb pros (especially your Canadian brethren and sisters) have ski shredits than BMX clips





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