Deal Days: Helmets, Fenders and Stuff

Here’s your deals for this week!

Nathan Cycle/Helmet Reflective Stick-ons $5.98

Bell Furio Helmet $44.98 normally $65.00

Sette Slik Fender Set $14.98, MSRP $50.00

From Nashbar
Bell Solar Helmet $19.95

Halt Dog Repellent $5.49

Planet Bike Freddy Fenders
$29.95, normally $34.99

From Performance
Bell Alchera Euro Road Helmet $34.99, normally $84.99

Transit Grocery Bag Pannier $24.99 normally $49.99

Tuesday Deal Day!

Ok BikeCommuters, this is our first installment of Tuesday Deal Days. We wanted to post this up earlier in the week so you can order your stuff now and hopefully get it by the start of your commute for next week.

Based on some of the items you have mentioned, we present to you some killer deals from the web!

Oakley Planet Back Pack. Normally $40, selling for $24.98

Crank Brothers Alloy Pump. Normally $35, selling for 24.98 tubes, set of 5 normally $20, selling for $11.98, the packaging is made of 100% recycled materials.

Jenson USA Sock Guy Socks-Cars are Coffins for $12.98

Aardvark Deluxe Reflective Vest for $18,02

Aztec Vibe Handlebar Pillows
for $24.99

Greenfish Sports
Hutchinson Urban Tour City / Trekking Tire normally $18.00, selling for $11.98

Nashbar Deluxe Rack Trunk
, normally $44.99, selling for $14.99.

Nashbar Waterproof Panniers
, normally $99, selling for $34.99

Nashbar LDT Rack
, normally $29.99, selling for $12.99!

Tahoe Mountain Sports
Kruzer King Wicker Basket selling for $19.95

If you know if any other deals out there, please feel free to post a comment of the item and where it could be found.

Deal Days are coming, but we need your input! will initiate a “Deal Day” once a week. Basically this is a day when we post all the deals that we can find online and through a LBS. So with that in mind, we want to know what it is you, the bike commuter are usually shopping for when it comes to bike commuting related items?

I go through lube and tubes like no one’s business. I also like to swap out parts on my bikes, so once cables have been used, I usually end up getting new ones.

But what about you? What kind of bike commuting items do you buy all the time that you would like to save money on?

Sette MK SPD Sandals

A while back Alan Barnard wrote a review on the Keen Commuter Sandal. So many folks showed interest in it that I decided to look for a cheaper alternative since the Keen’s retail for $115 at places like REI.

Well you’re in luck, our Team Sponsor, sells a very similar sandal called the Sette MK SPD sandal.

Sette MK SPD Sandals – Relax or Ride in Style

The SPD-compatible Sette MK sandals let you relax or ride in style. Dual hook & loop straps keep you in control and are padded to provide comfort. The contoured semi-rigid sole of the Sette MK Sandals give you the optimum balance of stiffness for biking or hiking. The soft rugged outsole gives you traction wet or dry.

If my biking budget wasn’t already spoken for…I would have bought these.

Click HERE to order!

$350 Commuter Bike has a sweet deal on a house brand commuter bike.

The Sette CR-9 Commuter Bike
would make a great machine for anyone that wants to start commuting…but is on a budget. Besides, it has 700c wheels, in my opinion, a better choice for a commuter than a 26″.(uh oh…I hear the 26″ riders coming to get me with their comments!)

Here’s the specs:

Sette CR-9
The Sette CR-9 is the perfect bike for those who are looking to travel the off beaten path as well as the concrete jungle. Efficiency is the key when it comes to the CR-9, large 700c wheels, allow this bike to roll over a variety of terrain perfect for a commuter or anyone looking for a bike for recreational use.

Frame: 7005 series aluminum
Crankset: Truvativ FC Five D 3.0
Wheelset: Sun Ringle CR-18 700C
Front Derailleur: Shimano Tourney FD CO50
Rear Derailleur: Shimano Alivio RD 410
Shifter: Shimano ST EF35
Tires: Kenda
Cassette: Shimano HG-30
Pedals: Wellgo LU-990