By Simon Smythe published
This Cyber Weekend we've seen exceptional deals on Wahoo training equipment. Exceptional not only because getting 15% off the Wahoo Kickr smart trainer - which recently won our four-way turbo grouptest - is a great saving, but also because you'd normally wait a month of Sundays let alone Black Fridays or Cyber Mondays before the US brand discounted any of its highly sought after products.
But for US shoppers, it keeps getting better.
In its Cyber Monday list of deals, Wahoo is still offering 10% off Kickr smart trainers (Kickr, Core, Snap) and accessories (Climb, Headwind, Mat, Desk) for US customers.
It's also still offering discounts on refurbished trainers: there's 10% off the refurbished Wahoo Kickr bike, 15% off the Kickr, 15% off the Kickr Core and 15% off the Kickr Snap. These are all official factory refurbished items and come with full warranties.
Here's a list of what's on offer from Wahoo on Cyber Monday only:
20% off Wahoo Speedplay pedals (US)
20% off Wahoo Tickr heart rate monitors (US)
20% off Wahoo sensors (RPM and Blue SC) (US)
Free one year subscription to Wahoo Systm with any Wahoo smart trainer/bike purchase (UK and US)
15% off Wahoo Elemnt Rival, UK deal here and US deal here
Black Friday Wahoo offers still available:
10% off Wahoo Kickr, Core and Snap (US)
10% off Wahoo trainer accessories (Climb, Headwind, Mat, Desk) (US)
10% off Wahoo Kickr Core (UK)
Meanwhile, Sigma Sports is offering UK customers 10% off the Wahoo Kickr Core, bringing it down to £629.99 from £699.99 and throwing in a free Vel training mat worth £45.
Shop products direct from Wahoo and other retailers in the USA
- Wahoo: Discounts of up to 20% off training hardware
- Competitive Cyclist: Get 20% or more off one Wahoo product
- Backcountry: Save 10% on Wahoo training bundles that include the Kickr and Kickr Snap
- Amazon: Wide range of Wahoo and other indoor training products with Black Friday discounts
Shop products direct from Wahoo and other retailers in the UK
- Wahoo: Discounts of up to 20% off training hardware
- Sigma Sports: Save 23% off Wahoo Elemnt Rival watch and 10% off training bundles
- Wiggle: Get 15% off Wahoo Speedplay Zero pedals and 10% off training bundles
- Amazon: Wide range Wahoo and other indoor training products with Black Friday discounts
The new Cyber Monday deals from Wahoo (US only)
Wahoo Speedplay pedals save 20% The redesigned Speedplay range was launched this year following Wahoo's acquisition of the iconic brand in 2019. We reviewed the Wahoo Speedplay Zero, gave it 4.5/5 and said this: "Wahoo has done an impressive job of bringing the Speedplay platform into the 21st century while retaining its original appeal, and the Zeros showcase all of those improvements."
Wahoo Tickr heart rate monitors save 20% We tested Wahoo's Bluetooth and ANT+ HRM last year and scored it 4.5/5. Here's what we concluded: "With easy connectivity to any device or platform and a great fit it's hard to fault this HRM. The Wahoo fitness app (iPhone and Android compatible) means you can monitor and track your workouts without the need for another device (like a watch or GPS computer) so costs can be kept down.
Wahoo sensors (RPM cadence, speed and Blue SC) save 20% Wahoo's cadence and speed sensors use ANT+ and Bluetooth to communicate data to both cycling computers and smartphones, and are compatible with Android and iPhone. Makes data tracking super easy for more specialised setups including indoor riding.
Black Friday deals from Wahoo that are still live
Wahoo Kickr Bike certified refurbished
£2,699.99, now £2,429.99 (save £270) We gave the Wahoo Kickr smart bike 4.5/5 when we reviewed it. This was our conclusion: "No other exercise bike offers the gradient adjustments we have here, and this makes indoor cycling both more fun and more realistic, potentially having a greater transfer out on the road. The adjustable shifters are excellent, as is the ride quality." We docked half a star because of the relatively high new price (£2,999.99) but that's not an issue with this refurbished, discounted one.
Wahoo Kickr smart trainer refurbished certified
£849.99, now £722.49 (save £127.50) The 2018 version of the Kickr, which was the V4 (now we're on V5) has been tested and brought up to factory spec, though it may have the odd scratch or nick. It comes with the full two year warranty and looks like an excellent way to access Wahoo's fantastic Kickr trainer. Considering the latest one costs £999.99 new, this looks like an excellent deal.
Wahoo Kickr Snap smart trainer certified reconditioned
£399.99, now £339.99 (save £60) This is the refurbished version of the 2017 entry-level smart trainer from Wahoo. It has the functionality of the top-of-the-range Kickr but uses a wheel-on design rather than direct drive. We gave it 4/5 when we reviewed it. As with the all refurbed trainers, it has been tested by Wahoo's team and brought up to factory spec and carries the full two-year warranty. For comparison, a brand new Kickr Snap is £429.99.
Wahoo Elemnt Rival smart watch
£349.99, now £299.99 (save £50) When we reviewed the Wahoo Elemnt Rival watch we gave it 4.5/5 and a space in this year's Editor's Choice list of our favourite products. We called it: "A sports-focused watch with the trademark clean design and usability of Wahoo’s cycling computers, reliable pairing and syncing, an intuitive app and exceptional battery life." With £50 off on Cyber Monday only we recommend you hurry up!
Simon Smythe is Cycling Weekly's senior tech writer and has been in various roles at CW since 2003. His first job was as a sub editor on the magazine following an MA in online journalism (yes, it was just after the dot-com bubble burst).
In his cycling career Simon has mostly focused on time trialling with a national medal, a few open wins and his club's 30-mile record in his palmares. These days he spends a bit more time testing road bikes, or on a tandem doing the school run with his younger son.
What's in the stable? There's a Colnago Master Olympic, a Hotta TT700, an ex-Castorama lo-pro that was ridden in the 1993 Tour de France, a Pinarello Montello, an Independent Fabrication Club Racer, a Shorter fixed winter bike and a renovated Roberts with a modern Campag groupset.
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