The local low-priced food store Aldi will be once again offering cycle clothing and equipment at very low prices in their Specialbuys during May and June.

Aldi have said that amateur and expert cyclists will be able to benefit from the summer cycling range as it offers quality but competitively priced clothing, accessories and tools, which will cover all your summer cycling needs.

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Spiral Bike Lock, £2.49Ergonomic Cycling Socks, £2.99Bike Quick Fix Tyre Repair, £1.99
Micro LED Bicycle Light Set, £2.99Cycling Gloves, £3.49Precision Oil Pen, £2.99
Sports & Cycling Glasses, £2.99Cycling Underwear, £5.99Mini Bicycle Pump, £4.99
Gel Saddle Cover, £3.99Seamless Compression  Base Layer, £6.99Double Cylinder Foot pump, £5.49
Bicycle Computer, £4.99Cycling Compression accessories (arm / calf warmers)  £6.9916 Function Bicycle Mini Tool, £6.99
Bicycle Tool Bag, £4.99Cycling Shirt, £7.99
LED Cycle Light Set, £4.99Cycling Shorts, £7.99
Bicycle Saddle, £9.99Windproof Base Layer, £9.99
Adult Bike Helmet, £9.99Ultra-Light Cycling Jacket, £9.99
Bicycle Handlebar Basket, £10.99Casual Cycling Shorts, £11.99
Bicycle Pannier Bag Set, £14.99 Premium Cycling Shirt, £14.99
Foldable Bike Lock, £14.99Triathlon Suit, £14.99
Bike and Sports Rucksack, £15.99Softshell Cycling Jacket, £15.99
Cycling Shoes, £19.99
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Accessories Clothing Tools
Rock Star Energy Drink, £0.89Ergonomic Team Socks, £2.99Bike Maintenance Spray, £2.99
Wireless Bike Computer, £6.99Team Cycling Gloves, £3.49Bungee Strap Set, £4.99
Children's Bicycle Helmet, £9.99Sleeveless Base Layer, £4.99Track/Floor Bike Pump, £5.99
Front Wire Mesh Bike Basket, £9.99Team Cycling T-Shirt, £4.99Bicycle Tool Kit, £19.99
Team Cycling Shorts, £8.99Bicycle Repair Stand, £29.99
Team Cycling Jersey, £8.99
Team Cycling Hoody, £12.99

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Symon Lewis joined Cycling Weekly as an Editorial Assistant in 2010, he went on to become a Tech Writer in 2014 before being promoted to Tech Editor in 2015 before taking on a role managing Video and Tech in 2019. Lewis discovered cycling via Herne Hill Velodrome, where he was renowned for his prolific performances, and spent two years as a coach at the South London velodrome.