The best Amazon Prime Day cycling deals 2022: big discounts on GPS computers and watches

Amazon Prime Day only started today, Tuesday, July 12, and there are plenty of deals to be found across GPS units and watches, shoes, clothing and much more!

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Amazon Prime Day is a bumper sale that, despite the name, actually lasts two days across the world's largest online retailer. While Amazon might not always be your first port of call for new bike kit, the good news is that there we've found a plethora of great offers on cycling specific gear.

We've picked out the best deals on Amazon right now and we'll be updating with even more deals as the best Amazon Prime Day deals are rolled out. 

Looking for deals outside of cycling? See the offers compiled by our friends at Tech Radar (opens in new tab) and T3.

Amazon Prime Day now on: July 12 - 13

This year, Amazon Prime Day returns on Tuesday 12th and Wednesday 13th July.

Here at Cycling Weekly we've already sifted through the cycling deals on Amazon and pulled out the best products with the best discounts, based on our extensive knowledge of cycling kit and huge back-catalogue of reviews. 

We’ll be adding to this page throughout Amazon Prime Days, so it’s well worth regularly checking back in for any new deals.

 It’s worth noting that you will need an Amazon Prime account (opens in new tab) to access these deals – fortunately, though, you can take out a 30-day free trial and cancel it as soon as you’ve grabbed the deals you want.  

We’ve split things up into USA and UK deals. So, if you’re on the east side of the Atlantic, then just... 

>>>SKIP DOWN TO OUR UK PRIME DAY DEALS<<<

But for those of you sitting on the west, well, those deals are just up next...

Quick deals USA

  • Shop cycling at Amazon USA (opens in new tab)
  • REI: (opens in new tab) 25% off Pearl Izumi shorts and big discounts on Shimano shoes
  • Backcountry: (opens in new tab) Up to 44% off Poc helmets and sunglasses
  • Wiggle: (opens in new tab) Save big on dhb and Endura clothing
  • ProBikeKit: (opens in new tab) $400 off Fulcrum and Campagnolo wheels
  • Competitive Cyclist: (opens in new tab) 39% off Continental GP5000 + Vittoria and Pirelli discounts

Quick deals UK

  • Shop cycling at Amazon UK (opens in new tab)
  • Tredz (opens in new tab): £200 off Tacx Neo 2 Smart Trainer + discounts on Elite trainers
  • Leisure Lakes Bikes (opens in new tab): 30% off Sidi  Shoes + discounts on Schwalbe tyres
  • Wiggle (opens in new tab): 24% off Campagnolo Shamal Ultra C17 wheels
  • ProBikeKit (opens in new tab): Up to 35% off summer clothing
  • Rutland Cycling (opens in new tab): 30% off Saris H3 turbo + Oakley Sutro Lite sunglasses

Amazon Prime Day deals USA: Our top picks

CW's top picks | GPS watches | Cycling computers + tech | Sunglasses | Shoes | Shorts and jerseys | Components | Tools | Accessories 

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Muc Off No Puncture Hassle - 1L: $39.99 $25.71 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Sealing holes up to 6mm, Muc Off's tubeless sealant really impressed us and was the runner-up in our tubeless sealant screwdriver test (opens in new tab), where we put six popular brands to the test with the higher pressures of road tyres. It's rated for low temperatures and lasts up to six months. We called it an affordable option at full price and so on this great discount it certainly comes highly recommended.

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Oakley Kato Sunglasses: $276.00 $149.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

The wrap design on the unique-looking Katos even partially covers the nose. The Katos feature a large lens for maximum visibility and multiple nose pieces are included, giving a customised fit for security and all-day riding comfort.

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Garmin Forerunner 245 Music: $349.99 $239.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Arguably the Edge 530 of Garmin's GPS watch range, it provides the heart rate and GPS tracking you need for an effective workout across a huge range of sports – as well as storing music and other smartwatch functions. The performance versus price ratio is particularly good with this model.

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Fizik Tempo R5 Overcurve: $149.99 $102.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
We’ve been quite impressed with Fizik over the years for producing wallet friendly shoes that still offer great performance. While we haven’t reviewed these particular shoes, we have the Tempo R5 with the Powerstrap closure and the Tempo R4 Overcurve and so are confident in the quality of these shoes – and especially for the current price.

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Muc Off 8 in 1 Cleaning Kit: $69.95 $52.47 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Considering how hard your bike works for you over the course of a year, it's well worth investing in some cleaning products to add longevity to essential components. This 8-in-1 offering contains quality products that work effectively, including Muc Off's famous pink Nano Tech Cleaner, and the Bike Spray which provides post-wash protection against rust and corrosion.

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Continental Grand Prix 5000 - Clincher, 700 x 28c: $63.96 $52.87 at Amazon (opens in new tab) 

With its well-judged blend of low rolling resistance, high grip and low weight – all while still offering good puncture resistance and durability - the GP 5000 is an excellent all-rounder and perfect if you're seeking a compromise between speed and peace of mind for year-round use. You can read our full review here (opens in new tab).

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Fizik R3 Aria: $337.40 $165 at Amazon (opens in new tab) 

Benefitting from a full carbon outsole, the power transfer is much more direct, so you're not wasting your watts just twisting the shoe. Also featuring twin Boa dials, it's much easier to find a secure fit which doesn't pinch.

GPS watches

CW's top picks | GPS watches | Cycling computers + tech | Sunglasses | Shoes | Shorts and jerseys | Components | Tools | Accessories 

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Garmin Fenix 6 Pro: $599.99 $449.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Packed with features, the Fenix 6 does everything you might want. Beyond just tracking your rides and runs (along with many other sports) it comes preloaded with TOPO maps to help guide you on your way. To drill into the details, you can read our review here.

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Fitbit Sense Advanced Smartwatch: $299.95 $177.88 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This Fitbit Sense has the ability to track all the usual fitness metrics, but also the capabilities to deep dive in to health data such as stress responses, monitor heart rhythm, and helping you stay alert if you fall out of set parameters. With on board GPS, Bluetooth for hands-free calls and built in Google Assist or Amazon Alexa, this could be the idea cross over fitness/ life organising watch.

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Fitbit Versa 2 Health and Fitness Smartwatch: $149.95 $109.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The onboard GPS makes this more advanced than a regular fitness tracker, with real-time pace and distance visible. Keep on top of your health goals with the heart rate monitor and the ability to receive a daily readiness score, to make sure you fully rested. Google Assist or Amazon Alexa built in and 6 months Fitbit Premium trial to boot.

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Garmin Instinct: $249.99 $177.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Garmin Instinct is the brand's most rugged GNSS watch, designed and constructed up to US Military standard for thermal, shock and water resistance (up to 100meters) making this a great all rounder for anyone who's pretty tough on their equipment. Multi-satellite receiving should give you better pin point accuracy on tracking, ideal for dense forest or urban canyons. Tracks all the usual fitness data and comes with an extra long battery life of up to 14 days between charges.

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Garmin Vivoactive 4: $329.99 $188.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Probably the best GPS crossover watch for anyone wanting a more subtle ride/gym fitness tracker. Monitor the usual movement data, along with energy levels, menstrual cycle, sleep, hydration and more. Download your own music playlist (subscription required),and either track or follow a workout on the screen. Safety and incident detection onboard with real time location sent to emergency contacts.

Cycling computers + tech

CW's top picks | GPS watches | Cycling computers + tech | Sunglasses | Shoes | Shorts and jerseys | Components | Tools | Accessories 

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Garmin Edge 1030 Plus: $599.99 $551.23 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
We really rated the Garmin Edge 1030 (opens in new tab)when we reviewed it, finding it's features and functions very user friendly. It's one of the largest Garmin bike computers, but this does make maps and other data metrics, such as power, easy to read. It gains all of Garmin's nifty virtual coaching features, and is more off road friendly thanks to a specific mode setting. This discount is a fair one, but be aware that the brand has also just bought out it's latest flagship model the Garmin Edge 1040 (opens in new tab), making this no longer the range topper, meaning that discounted units are more likely in a few shops, so check the quick links above before you buy.

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Shokz OpenRun: $129.95 $89.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)  

Shokz's ear-bud free listening is an incredibly comfortable solution for workouts, and it also keeps your ears open so you can hear approaching traffic if exercising outside. You can read our full review here (opens in new tab).

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Wahoo ELEMNT ROAM GPS bike computer: $379.99 $299.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
There's a decent saving on the Wahoo Elemnt Roam GPS bike computer (opens in new tab), in fact is around the lowest price we've seen it. We rated this almost as much as the Garmin Edge 830 (opens in new tab), finding its route planning intuitive and overall packaged really nicely. At the time it was a cheaper option, and it showed in the the re-route software and the battery life. Faulty mounts were an issue at the time, but hopefully that's since been resolved.

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Beats Studio Buds: $149.95 $99.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

If bone conduction isn't for you and noise cancelling is a higher priority – Beats' Studio Buds are a great option for hard workouts. Lightweight and unobtrusive, they're super comfortable – and with an IPX4 rating, they're sweat resistant too. 

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Garmin HRM-Dual: $69.99 $52.90 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
A heart rate monitor is one of the affordable ways to start tracking your performance and accurately quantifying the gains you are making. The ability to track your training load makes it much easier to ensure you’re doing the right amount – not too little and not too much.

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Garmin Varia cycling Rearview: $149.99 $99.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Rearview system from Garmin pairs with either a Garmin bike computer or your smartphone to alert you audibly, and visually and physically with vibration with a compatible Garmin head unit, to traffic approaching you from behind up to 153 yards (140meters) away.

Sunglasses

CW's top picks | GPS watches | Cycling computers + tech | Sunglasses | Shoes | Shorts and jerseys | Components | Tools | Accessories 

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Oakley Kato Sunglasses: $276.00 $149.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Oakley's very distinctive Katos have an extended frameless lens and sit close to the face for excellent protection. Multiple nose pieces also enable a customised fit for excellent comfort and security.

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Oakley Sutro Sunglasses: $178.00 $121.53 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Oakley's Sutro sunglasses are some of the most sought after in cycling, for their excellent fit and brilliant lens quality. The wide wraparound lens provides plenty of coverage. If big sunnies are your thing, then these are an ideal choice. Read our full review here (opens in new tab).

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Smith Optics Attack Max ChromaPop Sunglasses: $249.99 $204.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Attack Max features a large lens for maximum visibility and increased fit than the Attack. Two ChromaPop lenses are included and have been crafted with a raised-brow design for increased coverage.

Shoes

CW's top picks | GPS watches | Cycling computers + tech | Sunglasses | Shoes | Shorts and jerseys | Components | Tools | Accessories 

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Fizik Tempo R5 Overcurve: $149.99 $102.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
We’ve been quite impressed with Fizik over the years for producing wallet friendly shoes that still offer great performance. While we haven’t reviewed these particular shoes, we have the Tempo R5 with the Powerstrap closure and the Tempo R4 Overcurve and so are confident in the quality of these shoes – and especially for the current price.

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Fizik R3 Aria: $337.40 $167 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
A step up in cycling performance, the twin Boa dials make it much easier to get a secure fit which doesn’t pinch. Featuring a full carbon outsole, the power transfer is much more direct, not wasting your watts just twisting the shoe.

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Giro Empire W ACC: $149.99 $65.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Super-high-end lace-ups with full-carbon Easton soles, when the Giro Empire ACC was launched it hit new levels of comfort, stiffness and micro-adjustability. And it was very expensive at $300-plus! This latest price reduction is surely as low as it can go.

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Giro Stylus Road Cycling Shoes: $109.95 $82.45 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The three velcro straps and fiberglass sole on the women's specific Giro Stylus cycling shoes make these a great option for an entry level road shoe, as well as making them lightweight. Taking a three bolt cleat fitting, they come with the house of Giro credentials, meaning the quality should high, but with this discount, a great low price way to experience one of the best cycling footwear brands.

Shorts and jerseys

CW's top picks | GPS watches | Cycling computers + tech | Sunglasses | Shoes | Shorts and jerseys | Components | Tools | Accessories 

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GORE C3 unisex socks: $18.00 $10.19 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
These woollen socks from the GORE C3 collection claim to be extremely fast moisture wicking and breathable, making them a good option for any summer wardrobe. There's a few colours and sizes to go at and being unisex means there should be a choice for all.

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GORE Mens C5 Thermo Cycling bib tights: $170.00 $126.30 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Ok, so it's a bit keen for winter, but the is a great price for the highly rated C5 Thermo tights. Constructed with GORE's own Windstopper fabric where it's needed, with DWR (water repellent) protection should get you through the worst of the winter on the bike.

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Le Col Aqua Zero LS jersey: $185 $138.75 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
We really liked the Le Col Aqua Zero LS jersey (opens in new tab), so much so we gave it an Editor's Choice Award. The fit and comfort is on point, and, although a little early to be thinking of keeping warm on the bike, it's thermal properties were great. The water repellence does wash out quickly, so you'll best grabbing a bottle or can of DWR while your still on Amazon.

Components

CW's top picks | GPS watches | Cycling computers + tech | Sunglasses | Shoes | Shorts and jerseys | Components | Tools | Accessories 

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Continental Grand Prix 5000 - Clincher, 700 x 28c: $63.96 $52.87 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
One of our favourite tyres at Cycling Weekly for its excellent blend of low weight, high grip and low rolling resistance – all while still offering good puncture resistance and durability. It’s a tyre that you can equally use on your everyday rides as well as race on – just a brilliant all-rounder. You can read our full review here (opens in new tab).

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Shimano Ultegra PD-R8000 Pedals: $199.99 $145.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Shimano Ultegra is the go to for many amateur racers and performance oriented cyclists. With an extremely high build quality, albeit slightly heavier than the range topping Dura-Ace components, Ultegra delivers extremely good performance for the price. For this, we gave these pedals a full five stars in our review (opens in new tab).

Tools

CW's top picks | GPS watches | Cycling computers + tech | Sunglasses | Shoes | Shorts and jerseys | Components | Tools | Accessories 

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Crankbrothers M19 Multitool: $34.00 $25.30 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
A good quality multitool is always a joy. Alongside the fleet of hex wrenches, it also feature Torx wrenches, Phillips and Flathead screwdrivers, a chain tool and four spoke wrench sizes – so you should be covered for most eventualities that could befall you out on the road.

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Jagwire Disc Brake Multi-Tool: $56.58 $41.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
This Disc Brake Multi-Tool is four frequently used disc brake tools in one: pad spacer, bleed block, rotor truing tool, and piston press.

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Pro Bike Tools Threaded 16g CO2 Cartridges - 20 Pack: $41.99 $24.00 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

Always handy to have around, here's a 20 pack of Threaded Co2 cartridges. Compatible with all inflators which have a 3/8”-24 TPI thread. 16 gram cartridge inflates a road tire to 100 psi and a MTB tire to approx. 40psi. While single use, these cartridges are recyclable.


Accessories

CW's top picks | GPS watches | Cycling computers + tech | Sunglasses | Shoes | Shorts and jerseys | Components | Tools | Accessories 

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KOM Indoor Cycling Desk: $99.99 $69.99 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

If you spend a lot of time on Zwift or generally doing a lot on indoor training, a cycling desk is a nice way to prop up your laptop. This desk features designated and secure places for your phone or tablet, water bottles and laptop. It has an anti-slip surface and the tripod can be extended to a full height of 50".

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Crankbrothers Klic Digital Bike Pump: $225.00 $180.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Redefining compact, the hose of the Click is hidden inside the pump body, and engages a magnet that keeps the pump compact while carrying. Smart head equipped with a universal head for compatibility with both Presta and Schrader valves.

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ABUS Bordo 6100/90 Folding Lock: $129.99 $97.11 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
ABUS Bordo 6100/90 Folding Lock is the ideal combination of resistibility, weight and compact size. It's lightweight, flexible and features resilient 5mm steel bars that are linked with special rivets for easy folding.

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Shimano SPD SL Cleats: $26.80 $23.70 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
If you’re doing a lot of riding, it’s important to pay attention to the wear of your cleats. The last thing you want is to have a foot slip out when you’re hammering up – or down – a hill.

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Orange Seal Sealant: 32 oz: $40.83 $33.11 on Amazon (opens in new tab)

A big bottle of natural latex, fast sealing sealant suitable for gravel, cyclocross, road and mountain bike tubeless setups. In reviewing the product (opens in new tab), our editors were impressed by the quick sealing and effectiveness of the sealant.  Now 19% off. 


Amazon Prime Day UK

  • Shop cycling at Amazon (opens in new tab)
  • Tredz (opens in new tab): £200 off Tacx Neo 2 Smart Trainer + discounts on Elite trainers
  • Leisure Lakes Bikes (opens in new tab): 30% off Sidi  Shoes + discounts on Schwalbe tyres
  • Wiggle (opens in new tab): 24% off Campag Shamal Ultra C17 wheels
  • ProBikeKit (opens in new tab): Up to 35% off summer clothing
  • Rutland Cycling (opens in new tab): 30% off Saris H3 turbo + Oakley Sutro Lite sunglasses

CW's top picks UK

CW's top picks | GPS watches | Cycling computers + tech | Sunglasses | Shoes | Shorts and jerseys | Components | Tools | Accessories

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Garmin Edge 530: £259.99 £159.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Perfect for day-to-day training and navigating use, it might lack a touchscreen but the Garmin Edge 530 does an excellent job at emulating the performance and functionality of both the 830 and 1030, for far less money. Read our full review here (opens in new tab).

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Garmin fenix 6 Pro: £599.99 £304.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

With pre-installed Topo maps this is a great option if you're looking for a smartwatch for navigating your rides and runs. Packed with health and fitness features for tracking your activities, and analysing them afterwards too - it really does cover all your needs on and off the bike. Check out our full review (opens in new tab) here. 

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Muc Off 8 in 1 Bike Cleaning Kit: £39.99 £26.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Bike cleaning kits can make a messy and time consuming job quicker thanks to purpose designed brushes and sprays, and this option from Muc Off is an excellent choice. It comes with Muc Off's famous pink Nano Tech Cleaner, which the brand claims is the most effective formula out there, and it's biodegradable.