Have questions or want to discuss cycling? Join Now or Sign In to participate in the BikeRide community.


Tri flow light oil - available in UK?
#1
Would appreciate any advice from anyone in the UK (or elsewhere close by) who might know where to buy TriFlow oil online in Europe. I'm in Luxembourg, but have access to all the UK online retailers that ship outside the UK, etc., but can't find it anywhere. Have checked Ribble, ChainReaction, Evans, french/german amazon sites, but nobody seems to have it. Any ideas? Thanks.
  Reply
#2
think this is what your looking for, not sure where they ship to nut it is amazon so they probably will ship to you
ride until your wheels fall off
  Reply
#3
Good day to you sir,

I think your best bet is to go to a US retailer & try to find a website with the lowest shipping charge possible.

That's what I did anyway. Think I got mine from ebay actually.

I've also been trying to get hold of a 400g can of that Super Lube Alex uses in some his tutorial videos, but it's really hard to get hold of. I could use the company's own online store, trouble is, they want $95 (£57) to ship it to the UK! The product itself is only $14.95! (£9).
  Reply
#4
holy cow! i guess we need to get into the shipping business! is there some kind of hazmat fee since its a petroleum product?
Get on your bad pedalscooter and ride!
  Reply
#5
(05-31-2011, 07:11 AM)X-RAY Wrote:  holy cow! i guess we need to get into the shipping business! is there some kind of hazmat fee since its a petroleum product?

Haha, who knows.

Maybe they just have something against us poor old limeys eh?

; )
  Reply
#6
Hi h1bda00,

I've had a quick look round, there's an online company called http://www.jensonusa.com, from the US obviously. They do a large selection of low, mid & high end bikes, components, accessories & whatever you need really.

They do a 2oz bottle of Tri-Flow for $3 or about €2 in your currency. The sting is in the shipping charge, which today would set you back $19.78 or about €14, but that's for anything up to 4 bottles. For 5 or more shipping goes up.

So all in all, it's not too bad, but it depends on your budget of course.

Also try e-bay, should be able to pick some up relatively cheaply from there. I've checked & shipping to Luxembourg isn't bad at all.

Hope that helps.

Si
  Reply


Possibly Related Threads...
Thread
Author
Replies
Views
Last Post
 
25,834
09-07-2014, 05:33 PM
Last Post: hcjg1
 
6,890
05-02-2010, 07:50 PM
Last Post: Alex Ramon

Forum Jump:

[-]
10 Latest Posts
Help me identify my vintage Bridgestone ...
Today 03:40 AM
BAGGI 1936(?)
Today 03:33 AM
Pedals: Clip vs. Clipless
Today 01:02 AM
Clunk noise from front cogs
Yesterday 08:31 PM
Bike front rim question replacement
Yesterday 07:54 PM
first time biker
Yesterday 07:42 PM
Giant RS920 Bent Fork
Yesterday 07:16 PM
Hello from Europe
Yesterday 11:00 AM
M9050 cage length dimensions of SGS and ...
Yesterday 08:18 AM
Vintage Road Bike Restoration HELP
Yesterday 02:29 AM

[-]
Top 5 Posters This Month
no avatar 1. Jesper
25 posts
no avatar 2. CharleyFarley
19 posts
no avatar 3. Joe_W
13 posts
no avatar 4. Criminal
12 posts
no avatar 5. Painkiller
12 posts