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By Hannah Bussey published
Cyber Monday - the final sales opportunity within the Black Friday period - is drawing to a close. The annual discounting binge takes place on Monday, November 29 in 2021, and it's the last opportunity for cycling retailers to pump out the best Cyber Monday bike deals to maximize this pre-Christmas sale.
Wahoo, for example, launched a new offer for US customers - including 20% off Speedplay pedals, and REI's new Cyber Week sale includes a selection of tantalising new discounts. Meanwhile, ProBikeKit is offering a 'PowerHour' final sale in the US, whilst UK shoppers get an extra 10% off new Cyber Monday deals with the code CYBER10.
Black Friday, and its sibling Cyber Monday, have become known for dubious tactics - with retailers often labelling deals as being part of the event, even if they were the same price or cheaper earlier in the year. So, rather than present you with hundreds of offers, we've sifted through endless offers to find the very best Cyber Monday bike deals of 2021.
These are offers on products that we really recommend. We can't guarantee that they're the cheapest they've ever been (though we have some decent software to check they weren't cheaper a month ago), but all of our deals are on kit our experienced tech team would buy themselves at this price.
Because these deals are good, they're likely to sell out. We'll groom this page daily, to keep the offers fresh.
Where are the best Cyber Monday deals for cyclists in the US?
We've scoured the internet for the Cyber Monday deals for cyclists in the US, and we found the best deals at:
- ProBikeKit: PowerHourFlashSale on CyberMonday only [2hrs left at last check...]!
- REI.com: REI doesn't 'do' Black Friday but it does do Cyber Monday, in a big way...
- Wiggle.com: Get fit this winter with 38% off an Elite turbo and 46% off Garmin power pedals
- Amazon.com: Up to 44% off smartwatches to track your health and lifestyle
- Mike's Bikes: Some discounts as large as 75% on women's Specialized clothing
- ChainReactionCycles.com: Use code CLEAR2021 for $20 off a $150 spend
- CompetitiveCyclist.com: Up to 40% off on road apparel and cycling shoes
- Backcountry.com: Loads of deals on Giro shoes, Shimano shoes and Gore clothing
- JensonUSA.com: Up to an almighty 75% off, some great Castelli deals
- Rapha: Rapha's offers aren't Cyber Monday themed but the archive sale boasts up to 50%
- Echelon Connect EX3 Indoor Exercise Bike: Was $999.99 now $679.15 at Amazon
- NordicTrack Commercial S15i: Was $1,799 now $999.99 at Amazon
Where are the best Cyber Monday/Black Friday deals for cyclists in the UK?
Looking for a Cyber Monday/Black Friday bike deal in the UK? These are are go-to retailers.
- Amazon.co.uk: Up to 50% off on Fitbit watches
- ProBikeKit: New CyberMonday price drops and an extra 10% off with CYBER10
- Wiggle.co.uk: Up to 50% off wheels, tyres and footwear plus 30% off Garmin
- SigmaSports: SigmaSports has gone one-up on Wahoo with a trainer deal and free accessories
- Chainreactioncycles.com: use code CLEAR2021 for extra £10 off a £75 spend
- Halfords.com: Enjoy a free £10 voucher with every £50 spend
- Rapha.cc: Over 50% off on a selection of riding and casual clothing (just don't call it a Black Friday sale)
- Evanscycles.com: £50 voucher when you spend £250, 50% off on Pinnacle clothing
- Tredz.co.uk: Save up to 50% in the Black Ticket event
- Rutland.co.uk: Up to 30% off power meters and 50% off on clothing
Best Cyber Monday bike deals: US Stars
Wahoo Speedplay pedals save 20%
Speedplay pedals were re-designed following Wahoo's acquisition of the brand, and when we tested the Wahoo Speedplay Zero in its newest incarnation we scored it 4.5/5. Of course, the cost of swapping to Speedplay isn't to be sniffed at, but 20% off helps.
Sony WH-1000XM4 Wireless Noise Canceling Headphones with Mic: Were £268.35 now £190.15
Save 29%. Well, I know these are good because my husband can never hear me when he's wearing them! Personal experience aside, these noise-canceling headphones offer excellent sound quality, have a 30 hour battery life, and come with a mic, too.
Castelli Alpha RoS 2 jacket:
$369.99 $277.49 at Competitive Cyclist
Save 25% A jacket we've had on test at Cycling Weekly, and one we can confirm is equipped to deal with the coldest weather. This jacket consists of two 'layers', each with an independent zip, the outer is constructed from Gore Windstopper fabric whilst the inner is a high loft insulator. Double cuffs keep the elements out and the seams are fully taped.
Endura Pro SL Primaloft Waterproof gloves: Were $74.99 now $56.25 at Jenson USA
Save 25% These gloves are all about providing waterproofing whilst maintaining good stretch and therefore fit. A breathable internal membrane works alongside a Primaloft insulation liner, with a synthetic leather palm, to cover all bases.
Best Cyber Monday clothing deals: US
With the colder months approaching for many of us, now is a great time to find a deal on winter clothing. You'll also find clothing on some of our retailer hubs, such as the Best Cyber Monday Wiggle/Chain Reaction Cycles deals, Best Cyber Monday Competitive Cyclist deals, and Best Cyber Monday Jenson USA deals.
Castelli Women's Idro Jacket: was $299.95, now $224.96 - Save 25%
Keep the Idro Jacket folded in your rear jersey pocket, just in case clouds threaten to drop heavy rain on your daily ride. It's both form-fitting and incredibly lightweight.
Altura Nightvision Storm Waterproof Jacket was $112 now $46 at Wiggle
Save 58% This offer made us do a double take - the offer applies to the Blue version, and it's available in a wide range of sizes. This waterproof jacket is ideal for commuting on wet days - at 58% off, it's an absolute bargain.
Castelli Unlimited LF Glove:
$49.99 $37.49 at Jenson USA
If you are after something a little warmer than the Castelli Perfetto, then the Unlimited LF gloves could be just the ticket. A winter glove designed with extra padding for more cushioning on longer or rougher rides. Touchscreen compatible means you don't have to get cold hands when navigating your cycling computer or smartphone.
Pearl Izumi Women's Elite Softshell Gel Gloves:
$60.00 $37.99 at Jenson USA
Save 37%. Perfect for the colder season, these softshell gloves promise to offer all the warmth without the bulk. Featuring 100g Primaloft® Gold insulation, a soft fleecy liner and gel padding on the palm for a secure grip. Compatible with touchscreens and a 1:1 fit - so no floppy fingers and now with an impressive 37% saving.
Giro Chrono Expert Thermal Halter Cycling Bib knickers - women's:
$195.00 $106.73 at REI
Save $88. Perfect for fall, these bib knickers are thermal and wind blocking with DWR water repellent protection. These are also ideal for swift comfort breaks thanks to their halter neck design, doing away with the requirement to strip off your upper half too.
Gore WearC7 Race Bib Short+:
There's a $100 saving to be had on the GORE C7 race shorts, which have been constructed using a 4-way stretch, which is abrasion-resistant, should the worst happen and you crash out, and fast drying. These performance focused bib shorts are perfect for winter league racing, when you need shorts on to focus on racing, but a Windstopper cup provides more weather protection for sensitive anatomical areas.
Assos Cento EVO Bib Short:
$329.00 $263.20 at Competitive Cyclist
Save 20%. When we saw these classic black bib shorts from Assos the only down side was the price, so with a $65 saving to be had these are a no brainer purchase. On test we found the comfort off the scale, with all day rides much more enjoyable in a pair. With Assos durability and performance, you'll be riding these for a few years.
Giro HRc Plus Merino Wool Sock:
$24.95 $13.97 at Competitive Cyclist
Adding more warmth to your feet on colder rides, the merino wool sock has a 7" cuff for total foot and ankle protection. Known for it's natural odour repellent properties, these merino socks also feature Meryl Skinlife fibres for an extra moisture wicking performance and anti-odour thanks to it's silver-embedded properties. The 44% saving is limited to specific colourways, but if you're teaming with a pair of overshoes, any colour will do so opt for the one with the biggest discount!
Garneau Neo Protech II Cycling Shoe Covers:
Save $10. A riding accessory that can make a massive difference on your ability to make it through winter rides. The 2mm neoprene construction of the overshoes provides warms and a wind barrier against the elements, while a Velcro like fastener makes these Neo Protech's one of the easier pairs to pull on and off. There's both fluro yellow or black to choose from, with both featuring reflective details.
Assos AfterSnowBootie S7:
$228.95 $104.95 at Competitive Cyclist
Save 54%. It's a pretty niche item, but to any fat-bikers or extreme cross riders these will be worth their weight in gold. A cross between an overshoe and a wader, the front panel extends from shin to toe for total water proof protection in snow and freezing conditions. A reinforced sole to stand up to winter roads and trails with a weather proof zipper closure at the back. These might seem slightly off the wall, but it could make snow days dreamy on the bike, and worth giving them a go with the large 54% saving to be had.
Castelli Gabba ROS jersey:
$199.99 $149.99 at Jenson USA
Enjoy 25% off one of the most practical piece of cycling attire you will own at Jenson at the moment. Synonyms with wet weather racing, the Gabba ROS is water resistant, but stretchy and breathable making it the choice of many Professional Cyclists. Dress up with warm baselayers for colder days or down with a lightweight vest for the warmer fall season. This will become a very handy versatile piece of your cycling kit year round.
Assos Liberty RS23 Thermo Rain Jersey:
$399.00 $179.98 at Backcountry
Save $219. Ideal for the warm but wet days, or when your pressing on a hard effort. The water and windproof thermal short sleeved jersey from Assos, has a race cut finish, with room under for a base layer, and can be paired with arm warmers to gain a couple of lower temperature degrees. Three rear pockets for all your ride needs, and reflective panelling making this highly practical piece of kit.
Assos Habu Laalalai Women's Cycling Jacket:
$305.80 $140 at Wiggle
Save $165.80. It's no secret that Assos makes some of the best winter cycling kit on the market, but alongside some of the highest prices, too. That's why when deals come up, they're worth nabbing - as Assos kit has been tried and tested to last many, many seasons. This Habu Laalalai jacket is a warm winter layer that will help keep you pedalling all year round.
Castelli Perfetto RoS Long-Sleeve Jersey:
$239.99 $179.99 at Competitive Cyclist
There's a 25% price saving to be had on this gem of a winter jersey across the orange, yellow fluro and light black colorways. It features the highly respected GORE Infinium 203 fabric for unrestricted movement, is wind proof and water resistant with a race-cut finish for a flap free ride, all the while still maintaining a high level of breathability. The Castelli Perfetto Ros range of apparel has long been a favourite of ours here at Cycling Weekly, often becoming our go to pieces of kit
Castelli Emergency Rain Jacket:
$129.99 $81.49 at Jenson USA
$48 saving. The perfect packable rain jacket for year round use. Small enough to stow in your rear pocket, the water resistant jacket also offers wind chill protection on long descents, so a great just in case piece of kit for year round use.
Specialized Element WMNs Cycling Jacket:
$149.99 $58.95 at Jenson USA
Save 60%. Boasting wind proof and water resistant properties, Specialized say that the women's specific jacket is also highly breathable. Designed with an offset front zipper and high neck collar also prevents any cold drafts down the neck. Three rear pockets for all your ride snacks, tools and valuables, there's even some reflective details to give you all you need in an ideal winter riding jacket.
Castelli Perfetto Ros Vest:
$179.99 $143.99 at Jenson USA
Save 20%. The ideal riding partner for cold and wet rides. The race cut vest features GORE-TEX Infinium 203 stretch on the front for breathability and extra stretch and Nano-flex Light Woven at the back for it's breathable waterproofing properties. Designed with a Gabba style dropped tail for keeping off the worst of rear wheel road spray and two easy access pockets.
Castelli Aria Vest:
$99.99 $79.99 at Jenson USA
Save $20. The windproof vest has been designed to be incredibly figure hugging to prevent wind-flap and reduce drag as much as possible. Weighing in at a claimed 75grams and stowing down in to it's own intergraded storage pocket, it's an ideal ride companion for changeable conditions, or big hill days, when you need to add an extra layer for the descents.
Best Cyber Monday shoe deals US
Save 25%. A blend of comfort and performance, these cycling shoes use a carbon forefoot on the outsole, they suit both 2-bolt SPD and 3-bolt cleat fittings and come with Velcro closure.
Fi'zi:k Vento Infinito Carbon 2 shoe:
$349.99 $262.49 at Backcountry
Save $87.50. Fizik's latest Infinito has further refined the fit and decreased the weight of this favorite for road racing and hard riding. The stiff carbon sole is teamed with a Microtex upper and a dual BOA dial closure system for easily making millimetre adjustments to the lace tension.
Pearl Izumi P.R.O Leader V4 Cycling shoes:
$350 $199.73 at REI
Save $150. These range topping road shoes from Pearl Izumi claim to be the lightest, stiffest and most breathable from the brand. The unibody composite upper features two Boa® IP1 dial closure systems, for millimetre fit adjustment, and is teamed with an integrated carbon power plates. The impressive $150.27 saving is on both colourways, and there are still lots of sizes, including half sizes, available.
Shimano S-Phyre RC9T cycling shoe:
$425.00 $299.96 at Backcountry
Save $125.04. These have been around for a while now, but we absolutely loved the S-Phyre RC 9 shoes when we had them on review – even selecting them for a Cycling Weekly Editor's Choice award. Their performance still trumps many others on the market, too. The only downside we found at the time was the price – but this discount has completely answered that.
dhb Dorica Carbon Road Shoe:
$132 $92.00 at Wiggle
Save 30%. We were surprised when we saw these reduced! The dhb Dorica shoes won our best £100 ($140) shoe grouptest earlier this year - and now they've had the price slashed. These shoes have a carbon sole, which is really impressive at the RRP - let alone on sale. The reduction applies across a wide range of sizes, too - we don't expect these to hang around for long.
Northwave Extreme Pro Road Shoes:
$464.99 now from $281 at ProBikeKit
Save up to $183.99. Super stiff carbon soles and Northwave's own double SLW2 dial for personalised fit, there are offers from sizes 42 to 46.
Best Cyber Monday helmet deals US
Lazer Blade MIPS helmet was $99.99 now $74.99 at Jenson USA
Save 25%. Featuring Lazer's Advanced Rollsys fit system, with the adjustment dial at the top of the helmet, this is a comfortable lid with 22 vents, promising great breathability; this helmet has always done well when on test at Cycling Weekly.
Oakley ARO3 MIPS helmet:
$180.00 $116.73 at REI
Save $63.27. On test we found the ARO3 MIPS a comfortable helmet with great breathability and good aesthetics. The MIPS safety system is considered industry gold standard, offering the highest level of head protection. There's also the Oakely ARO5 MIPS helmet on the same 50% off deal, and includes a few more colors but will cost you an extra $35.
Smith Ignite MIPS Helmet:
$250 $114.96 at competitive Cyclist
We loved the Smith Ignite so much when we tested it, we gave it a Cycling Weekly Editor's Choice Award for comfort, aesthetics and safety features. With MIPS on board, it's the perfect wind cheating option for riders wanting to gain aero advantage without the draw backs, which is now at an awesome price.
Bern FL-1 Pave Bike Helmet:
$99.99 $43.73 at REI
Save 56%. Inspired by an original leather Tour de France helmet, the Bern FL-1 is especially ideal for commuters. There are plenty of vents to improve airflow, while lightweight webbing straps and a Boa 360 retention system ensures that comfortability isn't compromised. With over a half off this helmet too, be sure not to miss out on a classic looking lid. The only problem with this helmet is that its only available in either black or white in a size small.
Bell Stratus MIPS Helmet:
$170 $102 at Jenson USA
Save 40%. The Bell Stratus MIPS features a sweat guide pad design to pull moisture away from the brow pad, with overbrow ventilation for cooling. The fusion in-mould polycarbonate shell creates a sturdier helmet too, while maintaining a low weight for fast riding. The Float Fit system also makes it easy to adjust, and at 40% off this is a high-quality helmet for a fraction of the price. This is only available in red in a size small at this price.
Best Cyber Monday tech deals: US
We are expecting some big deals across tech - you'll find the best we've hunted out below. Garmin in particulkar is a popular tech giant, so we've got a specific page covering the Best Cyber Monday Garmin deals.
Garmin Vivoactive 4 GPS watch was $381.49 now $260.49 at Pro Bike Kit
Save $121 Sometimes tracking your training without keeping an eye on your lifestyle and health can lead to missing out on possible performance gains. This watch will track your sleep, resting heart rate, steps, hydration and more - and GPS tracking means you can use it for training sessions, too.
Garmin Vector 3 double sided power meter pedals:
$1,079.99 $633.49 at ProBikeKit
Save $446.50. Although this is now the previous generation of Garmin's power meter pedals, the power accuracy is rated just the same at ±1%. Recording the real time wattage from each of your legs independently, there's no estimation regarding your numbers and it allows you to stop weaknesses and imbalances early. The one downside compared to the latest generation of Garmin's power meter pedals is that you can't swap out the pedal body to suit different road – or MTB – cleats. But if you're happy with the Kéo cleat style, there's literally no reason to pay more for functionality you don't need.
Garmin Rally power meter pedals: Save up to $339.00 at ProBikeKit
Garmin's latest iteration of it's power meter pedals has created a whole family of intercompatible bodies and options. Chose the 'RS' model for Shimano road style cleats, 'RK' for Keo style road cleats or 'XC' for Shimano two-bolt MTB cleats. These bodies can all be swapped out and changed, should you switch systems down the line. The '200' series measures both legs, while the '100' does left leg only. You can buy an upgrade pedal later on if you do go for the '100' series, though.
Garmin Rally RS200:
$1,325.99 $986.99 Save $339.00
Garmin Rally RS100:
$792.99 $605.49 Save $187.50
Garmin Rally RK200:
$1,325.99 $1,012.49 Save $313.50
Garmin Rally RK100:
$792.99 $605.99 Save $187.50
Garmin Rally XC200:
$1,449.49 $1,100.99 Save $348.50
Garmin Rally XC100:
$847.99 $656.00 Save $191.99
Garmin Edge 530: Save 17% at Walmart, now $249.99 The software functionality is almost identical to the higher tier models, it just lacks the touchscreen functionality and is a smaller size than the 1030. If you're happy just using buttons, this is one of the best value headunits on the market, with basemaps that are easy to read and syncing routes and rides wirelessly.
Hammerhead Karoo 2 Custom Color Kit Bundle:
$629.99 now $455 at Wiggle
Save 27%. Although a relative newcomer to the head unit market, Hammerhead's Karoo 2 has already established itself as a credible alternative to Garmin. With an interface that feels more like a phone than a bike computer and easy to use online platform for syncing rides and routes, it is a pleasure to use.
Garmin Edge 1030 Plus:
$710.99 $544.99 at ProBikeKit
Save $166.00 Sitting at the op of Garmin's head unit hierarchy, the Edge 1030 delivers all your ride metrics and more. Live power data, heart rate, and turn-by-turn navigation can all be show on the fully customisable touchscreen display. If you pair it with your phone, calls, texts and even live tracking for your loved ones can all be integrated. You'll wonder how you managed to live without one for so long.
Garmin Varia UT800 Smart Headlight:
$149.99 $99.99 at Jenson USA
The 33% saving makes this smart light head straight to the top of any cyclists wish list. Just in time for the clocks changing, the Varia UT800 connects to your Edge GPS computer and will vary the lumen output depending on your travelling speed. Not only lighting up the path or road before you, but also automatically preserving the battery life. It seems to be a limited time only deal, so don't miss out.
Apple AirPods Pro:
$197.00 $159 at Walmart
Save $38. Perfect timing as we enter the season of indoor Zwift rides. The wireless headphones actively cancel external noise for total immersion on your turbo session when teamed with your iPhone or iPad. Sweat and water resistant as well as a customisable fit.
Delta Cycle Mini Tablet Holder with Clamp:
Save 50%. At full price, you probably would think twice, bit with a 50% saving on the mini tablet holder, your indoor cycling season has already become much easier. Capable of clamping up to 1.5"/33.1mm diameter. Delta say it's holder is compatible with devices with max dimensions of 8.6"x 5.5" x 0.63" (218mm X 139mm X 16mm), and it even comes with a touch-screen friendly splash-proof bag.
Lezyne Mega Color Loaded Bundle: Save 38% at ProBikeKit, now $228.99 Usually this model doesn't get much of a mention, with the MSRP being higher than that of the Edge 530. But thanks to the current discount, it's now undercutting that stalwart, allowing you to take advantage of the longer battery life. The Lezyne sitll offers easy to read basemaps and syncs wirelessly with Strava.
Best Cyber Monday accessories US
LifeLine Essential Torque Wrench Set:
$49.99 $34.99 at Wiggle
Save 30% If you own a carbon bike with components such as a carbon seatpost or carbon handlebars, you need a torque wrench in your life. This one comes highly recommended (our Tech Editor owns and uses one regularly) and it comes with all the ends you'll need for day-to-day bike maintenance.
Foundation Elite Bike Tool Kit:
$140 $112.00 at Jenson USA
Save 20%. The perfect gift for this holiday season for any budding bike mechanic. The tool box contains everything you need to get started with basic home bike maintenance, such as bike cleaning, right through to more complex jobs, like measuring chain wear and even changing it.
Oakley Sutro Lite Prizm Sunglasses:
$204.00 $128.80 at Backcountry
Save a whopping $75.00. For better than half price, you can bag yourself a pair of Oakley's highly-prized Sutro sunnies – a firm favorite of many in the pro peloton. With an especially wide coverage, the Prizm lens boosts contrast for better visibility out on the roads.
Best Cyber Monday turbo deals US
Wahoo Kickr V5 smart trainer:
$1,199.99 $1,079.99 at Mike's Bikes Save $120 With the latest iteration introducing power meter accuracy of ±1%, lowering noise levels to less than your drivetrain and removing the need for manual calibration, Wahoo has managed to improve on what was already a firm favourite at CW for its excellent ride quality and flywheel feel. Gradients of up to 20% can be simulated and the maximum resistance is 2,200w.
Saris H3 Smart Trainer:
$1,025.49 $833.99 at ProBikeKit Save $191.50 With its wide footprint, although the Saris H3 isn't the heaviest turbo trainer on the market, it is the most stable for sprinting out of any of the models we've tested. It does require manual calibration, but at this price that's a sacrifice we'd be willing to make.
NordicTrack Commercial Studio Cycle exercise bike was $2,199 now $1,499 at Amazon
Save $700. Get the gym experience at home with this NordicTrack bike, it's reduced by 32%. It's probably not the type of unit you'd want to use for Zwift or training with indoor training apps, but if you want to promote fitness across the whole family, it has adjustable resistance and plenty of range within the size settings.
LifeLine Xplova NOZA S Smart Trainer:
$879.99 $529.99 at Wiggle
Save $350 With a 39 per cent discount, the LifeLine Xplova is a pretty compelling option for turbo training on a budget. With a maximum resistance of 2,500w, the ability to simulate slopes of up to 18 per cent – as well as compatibility with training platforms such as Zwift, TrainerRoad and Wahoo SYSTM – there's not a lot it won't handle.
Tacx NEO 2T Smart Trainer:
$1,400 $1,199.99 at REI
Save 14%. Boasting an accuracy of ±1% and not requiring manual zero offset calibrations, you can just hop straight on and go. The Neo 2T also offers an impressively realistic ride feel with its electromagnetic flywheel, inbuilt rocker function and ability to simulate road surfaces such as cobbles. While this is still expensive, a $200 discount for this piece of incredible kit is pretty hefty.
Tacx FLUX 2 Smart Trainer:
$900.00 $799.99 at REI Save $200.01 As Tacx's mid tier option, the specs are a little paired down compared to its big brother, the Neo 2T. But in offering a maximum resistance of 2,000w, ability to simulate gradients of up to 16% and with a power accuracy of ±2%, it's still a solid option.
Elite Direto XR-T Smart Turbo Trainer:
$1,134.99 $833.99 at ProBikeKit
Save $301.00 The Direto XR-T responds incredibly fast to changes in resistance and the wide legs make for a stable platform for sprinting. But stable though it may be, it does have a tendency to shuffle around when you're really giving it some. If you're looking for a mid-range turbo trainer though, this $235 discounted one could take your fancy.
LifeLine TT-01 Turbo Trainer:
$147.99 $79.99 at Wiggle
Save $68. If you're after something without any of the frills – just the bare minimum to keep the wheels turning through winter – the LifeLine TT-01 is a straightforward classic wheel-on turbo. It works with 130mm and 135mm quick release skewers, or there is an adaptor (sold separately) for using 12mm thru axles. For a healthy discount too, this turbo is the perfect option for riders looking for a simple but effective trainer.
Best Cyber Monday component deals: US
Looking to spec out your bike with some new kit? Tyres are a very popular Cyber Monday reduction, ProBikeKit had some of the best tyre deals in 2020.
Theragun PRO Massage Gun was £549 now £369 at Wiggle
Save 32% We weren't quite sure what to think about Theragun's massage equipment, but then we had a physiotherapist carry out a thorough review for Cycling Weekly's tech team - and the conclusion was thoroughly positive! These gizmos can help speed up recovery, and have been widely adopted by the pros.
4iiii Precision 105 R7000 Powermeter:
$389.90 $286.00 at Wiggle Save $103.90 Consistently one of the cheapest and simplest ways of adding power to your rides. The cost is so low compared to a set of power meter pedals, you could buy two of these and save a bit of money – as well as continually taking pedals on and off.
4iiii Precision Ultegra R8000 Powermeter:
$455.10 $330.00 At Wiggle Save $125.10 Or, if your currently crankset is Ultegra and you want to keep thing matchy-matchy, that model is currently on a discount too.
milKit Compact Tubeless Kit:
$56.00 $38.93 at REI save $17.07 If you've ever struggled to get a tyre to seat – and been on the receiving end of a spray of sealant – you'll be pleased to hear that milKit's valve system on is on 30% discount. The ability to inject (and suck up) sealant through the valves makes setting up and swapping between tubeless tyres a much easier experience.
4iiii Precision Pro Dual Sided Power Meter
$791.99 $536.99 at ProBikeKit Save $255.00 For dual sided readings at a much lower price than a set of power pedals, 4iiii's Precision Pro power meter is well worth a look. With a 24mm spindle, it'll be a straight swap for most Shimano road cranksets and there are no surprise extra payments or surcharges – just swap out the crankset and you're good to go.
Continental GP5000 Clincher Twin Pack was $164.49 now $77.99 at Pro Bike Kit
Save $86.50. Supple, fast – but still offering good puncture protection – the Continental GP5000 is probably the most popular all-rounder tire in cycling. Across the industry, this is the tire of choice. So if you're a clincher fan, we highly recommend digging into this bargain.
Schwalbe Pro One Tubeless Tire was $85.60 now $42.80 at Competitive Cyclist
Save 50%. The Cycling Weekly tech team has been using the Schwalbe Pro One is its control tire all year. Why? Well, it's fast, supple, and reliable - and it's also hookless compatible, meaning it can be fitted to most road wheels on the market.
SRAM Rival AXS Power Meter Chainset
$440.49 $327.99 at ProBikeKit Save $112.50 Although you're getting a full crankset, this does only provide left sided readings. Still, for getting those power numbers on a SRAM AXS equipped bike this is perhaps the lowest cost way of doing it. You'll be able to experiment with different chainring and crank arms sizes too, as a bonus.
Panaracer Gravel King Folding Road Tire:
$52.49 now from $35 at Wiggle
Save 33% Despite its 'gravel king' name, this is a tire suited for 'all road' riding, that includes gravel, but asphalt as well. Discounts are available across the range, but personally we'd be tempted by the tan side wall option in 28mm
4iiii Precision 2.0 Shimano GRX power meter:
$477.49 $352.99 at ProBikeKit Save $124.50 For power data on gravel rides – but without the cost of Garmin's new SPD power pedals – 4iiii's left side only GRX crank arm is a solid option. It saves on the queasy feeling of pedal strikes with power meter pedals too.
FSA Alloy PowerBox Power Meter Crankset:
$735.00 $588.00 at Backcountry Save $147 If you're after dual sided readings and you have a bottom bracket that takes a 30mm spindle, one of the cheapest and easiest ways to get there is through this FSA PowerBox crankset. Just bear in mind that you'll need to pay FSA a surcharge to access the dual sided functionality, otherwise the readings will be left side only.
Zipp 404 Firecrest Carbon Disc Brake Road Wheel (rear, Campag):
$1,350 $675 at Backcounty
There's over a 50% price saving to be had on the Zipp 404 rear wheel, which is an absolute steal for a wheel that we very nearly scored as absolute perfection. The 58mm deep section rim has proved impressively stable in cross winds and rapidly fast. It's a bit of a considered purchase, but if you're on the hunt for a decent set of wheels, this deal gives you champagne on a lemonade budget.
Shimano Dura-Ace FC-R9100 11 Speed Crankset:
$624.99 $475.99 at Backcountry
Save $124. This tidy saving does take a little bit of hunting down, as it is the maximum saving to be had and it's only on a 167.5mm 53/39, which for some will seem very old fashioned sizing! The 170mm compact chainset (50/34) jumps back up to $642.99, but there's a few more savings to be had if you ride a less than average crank length too. Worth having a look and seeing what money off you can get from probably the best chainset on the market.
Fizik Arione Saddle with K:IUM Rails:
$174.60 $107.99 at Wiggle
Save 38%. Measuring 11.8" X 5.03" / 300mm X 128g, the Arione is a narrow, long saddle and now comes with a hefty 39% price saving. Incorporating the brand's Wing Flex™ technology on the edges, allows for unrestricted thigh movement, which Fizik say allows the saddle to adapt to the rider and not rider to the saddle. The proprietary K:IUM rails boast enhanced fatigue performance and lighter than solid titanium giving a claimed weight of just 7.93oz/ 225g.
ISM PS 1.0 Comp Saddle:
$249.99 $208.00 at Wiggle
Save 16%. When we saw the similarly designed ISM PN 3.0 saddle, we gave it top marks and even an Editor's Choice Award. It's a great option for time trials and triathlon alike, with our review finding love at first sit, and unable to go back to using a traditional bike saddle on his TT bike from then on.
Campagnolo Bora One 50 carbon clincher wheelset (2018)
$2,590.49 $1,659.49 at ProBikeKit
Save $931. This set of deep section carbon clinchers might be from the 2018 model year, but they're just as deep and shiny as the new release - with the benefit of an almightly $690 saving. Campagnolo's Bora wheels are timeless, and these will certainly add the whoosh of a performance boost to most bikes.