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For beginners like me Aldi special buy

tomb57tomb57 Posts: 1,955
edited September 2016 in MTB beginners
For those beginners like me who are looking for good gear at reasonable prices Aldi have a special
Buy cycle sale Sept 29th some good stuff at very good prices take a look
Regards
Tom
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  • turpinrturpinr Posts: 255
    Tomb57 wrote:
    For those beginners like me who are looking for good gear at reasonable prices Aldi have a special
    Buy cycle sale Sept 29th some good stuff at very good prices take a look
    Regards
    Tom

    I bought a wall bracket from aldi 8 years ago which simply has two foldaway arms that go under the main tube.
    That and the £6-99 track pump I got are the two biggest bargains I've had re cycling
  • kiniookinioo Posts: 776
    I got a service stand from Aldi - 19quid, still going strong.

    Same one in Halfo*ds 60quid.

    Also, they are doing Garmin Edge 810 for 179 - which is not bad.

    C.
  • supersonicsupersonic Posts: 82,708 Lives Here
    £15 toolkit is worth a go too for the occasional spannerer - well I say that, some of my tools have lasted a lot longer than premium brands.
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    Just picked these up for £2.99 for the pair . 3 modes , batteries included, rubber band fitting .
  • Some good bits some bad bits...

    I tried aldi lights and they were pants; Ive run layzene & frogs before which seemed basic but ok, the aldi ones were very poor build.

    Then again, I tried an aldi bike stand and it was perfectly OK.

    wortk looking at tesco velo stuff, had a beauty of a little pump for about £8 which was small, robust, pressure guage, HV or HP and very well put together.
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