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If you’re in the market for some new cycling kit, clothing or gadgets then you’ve come to the right place as we showcase the best Decathlon deals that we’ve hunted down.
Starting in 1976 and extremely popular on the continent, Decathlon has made marks in the UK with 28 stores across the country. Founded by Michel Leclerq, the Frenchman opened his first store in Lille, northern France, selling everything from cycling apparel to water sports kit. Since then the huge chain has gone on to have over 1,100 stores worldwide.
Our pick of the best Decathlon deals
B’twin 320 winter cycling gloves
These sleek looking black gloves could be the perfect for your winter riding or commuting. They provide protection from light rain and there’s added silicon grip on the palms for extra stickiness.
B’twin 320 wireless computer
The 320 wireless computer is an easy, no nonsense cycling computer that gives you the four key key parameters – speed, total distance, partial distance, and timer.
B’Twin 300 cycling bib tights
Perfect for those quick winter rides when you don’t feel like going very far, these bib tights have a brushed fleece outer and supportive back panel for greater comfort.
B’Twin 100 Sleeveless Base Layer
Here at Cycling Weekly we’re big fans of wearing a base layer all year round. Trust us when we say you’ll be more comfortable, and it won’t make you overheat any more than usual.
Thule RoundTrip Traveler bike bag
If you’re going abroad with your bike you’ll want to keep it safe and sound. This bag has a tough, durable exterior with an internal mounting system to hold all of your precious parts in place.
B’Twin 700 aerofit cycling overshoes
It might not seem like the season to need a pair of boot covers, but they can come in handy at any time of year.
These have an aero fit, so they sit close to your shoe and will keep the wind and rain out thanks to their neoprene material.
B’Twin Ultra 720 CF Carbon road
This is one of B’Twin’s higher end bikes. The French company bills it as either a training bike or a racing bike.
It comes equipped with Shimano Ultegra and a Mavic Kysrium wheelset, which for under £2000 is pretty good. Sadly, it’s only for those on the shorter side, with size small and extra small being the last available.