Founded in 1860, Pearson Cycles has a long and illustrious history in the industry. In the same way its bike design has moved on from the original blacksmith’s forge to precision bike fitting and building at the Pearson House Design (PhD) studio, its sales methods have progressed to incorporate a very 2019 Black Friday sale.
The Pearson Cycles Black Friday sale extends across bikes, wheels, services, clothing and tools. The deals last until midnight on Monday, December 2. As well as a wide range of big discounts, Cycling Weekly readers can also enjoy an extra £10 off – just use the code CW10 at the checkout.
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Here’s a few of the standout offers…
Just Killing Time Titanium Road Bike, was £4500, now £2500
A titanium triple butted build, with a tapered full-carbon fork and geometry that’s designed to be race-like but sustainable.
The downtube is ovalised at the headtube, and again at the bottom bracket – resulting in a classic look and an efficient but smooth ride.
At this price point, you get a Shimano Ultegra Di2 groupset, dual pivot rim brakes and the touchpoints will be selected based on bike fit data.
Cut To The Chase aero road bike, was £3900, now £3000
An aero road bike constructed from high-modulus carbon fibre, this frame features an oversized bottom bracket and beefed up headtube designed to provide a stiff and responsive ride.
There’s an aero, carbon fibre seatpost, and the frame is built around quick stopping disc brakes – in this build Shimano 105 hydraulic stoppers to match the rest of the groupset.
- Pearson Cut to the Chase 105 with Hoopdriver carbon wheel upgrade (now £3000 from £3900)
- Pearson titanium Object in Motion titanium road disk frame and fork (now £1450 from £2000)
- Pearson titanium Summon the Blood titanium gravel disk frame and fork (now £1450 from £2000)
- Pearson I’ve Started so I’ll Finish carbon Cyclo Cross disk frame blue (now £1050 from £1500)
- Pearson I’ve Started so I’ll Finish carbon Cyclo Cross disk frame black (now £1050 from £1500)
If you’re looking for a comprehensive bike fit to set you up on your new steed, you can save £75 – bringing the cost down to £200.
Pearson Adventure Jersey, was £150, now £113
Pearson’s new clothing range puts a huge focus on sustainable production and the use of recycled fabrics. The adventure jersey is designed to be resilient and resistant against tears, with reinforced arm patches and an extra chest panel to keep the rider’s core warm. Coolmax tech comes in to provide quick drying and moisture management.
Pearson’s ‘Survival of the Fittest’ bib tights are made from close to 100% recycled material, feature a unique PHD pad based on the brand’s accumulated bike fit research and for Black Friday they’re down from £170 to £102.
Finally, if you’re Christmas shopping for a loved one with a penchant for shiny tools, then the Pearson Fiddlesticks Allen key set is well worth checking out.
The price chop takes them from £20 to £14, representing a nice saving on a quality set of tools made from Durable, hardened Chrome-Vanadium steel.
Black Friday deals at Cycling Weekly
Black Friday’s official date is November 29, with mega deals expected to last until Monday December 2. There’s plenty of offers floating around already, and we’re doing the hard part by wading through them, to find the best deals on products our tech team recommends.In our Black Friday deals content, we include links to retailers. If you click on one, then we may receive a small amount of money from the retailer when you purchase the item. This doesn’t affect the amount you pay.
We’ll be bringing you more Black Friday deals as the offers pour in, so keep checking back!