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Deals of the Week (BikeRadar)

BikeRadar’s weekly round-up of great online deals from our recommended retailers could save you both time and money.

Read on for more details including pictures, BikeRadar reviews and your opinions wherever possible – so you can make sure you’re fully in the picture before parting with your hard-earned cash.

These offers won’t last forever though, so be quick if you want to bag yourself a bargain.

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  • Haro Flightline Sport (2011) Buy Now from Winstanleys Bikes for £359.99 and save 40%
  • Fulcrum Red Metal 10 MTB Wheelset Buy Now from Wiggle for £89.99 and save 40%
  • Shimano XTR M988 Wheelset 15mm (2011) Buy Now from Merlin Cycles for £472.50 and save [based on Discount Accumulator offer] 51%
  • Evil Sovereign Frame (2012) Buy Now from Chain Reaction for £299.00 and save 50%
  • Haro Flightline Sport (2011) Buy Now from Winstanleys Bikes for £359.99 and save 40%

    What the manufacturer says:

    For riders who want fun the Flightline Sport is hard to beat. Enjoy taking on serious bumps and wide ranging terrain with the Flightline 6061 T6 aluminium frame. The SR Suntour 100mm forks with travel lockout will absorb the punishment of rocks and drops while the Promax Hornet brakes provide stopping power. Quality components include a Shimano drivetrain, Pivit Alloy hubs, Tange integrated headset and KMC Z72 chain. The sport is trimmed with Weinmann Zac rims, Kenda Kadre tyres, WTB Moto grips and a Haro Race saddle. Bring it on!

  • Fulcrum Red Metal 10 MTB Wheelset Buy Now from Wiggle for £89.99 and save 40%

    What the manufacturer says:

    Solid and strong with high impact graphics, Fulcrum’s Red Metal 10 wheels are ideal for everyday use or for training. The rims are black anodised aluminium and are compatible only with disc brakes. The 2mm stainless steel spokes feature the characteristic Fulcrum 2:1 Two-to-One spoke ratio, which ensures optimal torque transmission, better distribution of the spoke tension, and an excellent response to disc braking. The oversize hubs in aluminium are equipped with double seal industrial bearings to ensure long-lasting performance and minimal maintenance. Braking is provided by a disc brake system, and any product compatible with the ISO six-bolt system can be used.

  • Shimano XTR M988 Wheelset 15mm (2011) Buy Now from Merlin Cycles for £472.50 and save [based on Discount Accumulator offer] 51%

    What the manufacturer says:

    The ultimate in reliable trail disc wheels! Part of the ultimate Shimano MTB groupset, XTR wheels are engineered to perform in the most demanding conditions. These trail wheels are lightweight, strong and durable with a Scandium 21C (26.4mm width) tubeless compatible rims and 24 plain gauge (2.0 mm) stainless steel spokes. The Titanium freehub body with quick pawl engagement (10 degrees) provides instant power transfer while the ballbearing races are ground for high precision with wide placement for excellent lateral rigidity further improving strength and durability. The wheels employ an easy to use Centre-Lock Disc Rotor mount and are designed for use with 8, 9 and 10-speed cassette sprockets.

  • Evil Sovereign Frame (2012) Buy Now from Chain Reaction for £299.00 and save 50%

    What the manufacturer says:

    The original EVIL Sovereign hardtail was often imitated but never copied. The ground breaking Sovereign returns with updated geometry to make it even more fun and versatile on the trail or deep in the woods. With a slack head angle, long top tube, and low bottom bracket height the Sovereign’s geometry excels in all mountain and trail riding situations. Now featuring a custom butted Tange 4130 cromoly tubeset, ISCG05 chainguide mounting, and geometry based on 140mm suspension forks. The Sovereign features EVIL’s HVS adjustable dropout system that combines the adjustability of horizontal dropouts with the security and ease of traditional vertical dropouts. HVS allows you to build the Sovereign with gears, as a singlespeed, with a chainguide, or even with a Hammerschmidt crank or internal hub.

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