We’re here to bring you the very best Cyber Monday cycling deals 2018 has to offer.
For a long time now, retailers have extended the Black Friday cycling sales over the weekend and on to the Monday, renaming it ‘Cyber Monday’. Many of the deals remain the same as Black Friday, but a few retailers have gone early – for example ProBikeKit – uploading their best Cyber Monday cycling deals, which we’ve included in this page.
With each deal is a ‘buy now’ link, by clicking on this link we may receive a small amount of money from the retailer, this doesn’t affect the amount you pay. Our tech team have years of experience and know what represents a good deal, whether they’ve tested the product or know the brands to create top quality product; these are deals you can trust.
Be sure to keep checking back as we update this page throughout Cyber Monday.
Oakley Jawbreaker Cavendish Edition was £195, now £98
The Cavendish version of the popular Jawbreakers, with Prizm Road lenses which offer unrivalled clarity of the road ahead.
This model comes with an easy to use ‘Switchlock’ frame which makes swapping lenses to suit weather conditions easy. However, we’ve found the Prizm Road option works pretty well year round.
Sidi Wire carbon road shoe was £325, now £159.99
Super stiff carbon soles shoes, with a double Boa, the uppermost of which sits low to prevent chafing.
The outer on these is particularly bright, and these come with a replaceable heel pad to help with longevity.
Shimano PD-R540 SPD SL Sport Pedals was £49.99, now from £22.99
An entry level option, now even further reduced – so if you’re building up a winter bike, or want a pedal upgrade without breaking the bank, this is a great option.
Shimano pedals offer a wide base for good power transfer and provide a firm hold for secure pedalling.
Pinnacle Neon 1 2018 Hybrid Bike was £375 now £260
An aluminium frame with a single front ring and eight rear gears, with a chainguard and comfortable 28c tyres that will make for a speedy commuter.
The geometry takes cues from the road and cyclocross models, offering a comfortable ride that still feels nippy.
Powertap P1 dual sided pedals were £1050, now £583.99
Read more: PowerTap P1 pedal review
Powertap’s P1 pedals allow you to swap your power meter between your bike with ease. They communicate to head units via ANT+ and Bluetooth, and offer Advanced Pedal Metrics.
dhb Dorica road shoe was £70, now £45
Just £45 for a a classic pair of shoes, with sylish looking laces that offer an excellent fit thanks to the multiple contact points they allow. Those these aren’t wind tunnel tested (that we know of), laces are typically more aero. An elastic retainer mid-way down the shoe ensures the laces stay neat and tidy.
The sole is nylon, and synthetic upper features perforation which ensures there’s plenty of breathability.
Specialized Roubaix 2018 Road Bike was £1900, now £1300
The Specialized Roubaix is an endurance bike, and one we’ve rated highly in the past.
The defining feature is the ‘Future Shock’, which offers 20mm of travel at the head tube, providing additional comfort on rutted roads.
This model comes with a carbon frame, carbon fork and Shimano Tiagra drivetrain with Tektro Spyre mechanical disc brakes plus 28mm tyres.
Schwalbe One clincher tyre was £49.99, now £22.49
With a softer compound, the Schwalbe One is a super grippy, very fast race tyre that’s perfect for those good days in the summer. At this price, it’s worth stocking up on them right now.
Tacx Satori Smart Turbo trainer was £259, now £190.99
The Satori exists as a means to smart train without dropping a huge amount of money. It’s compatible with a host of training software including Zwift and it uses the resistance unit to calculate speed, cadence and power. It’s worth noting that the unit doesn’t change resistance with the training software, you have to do it manually with the bar shifter.
Lezyne Micro 1100/ Strip Pro 300 light set was £109, now £79.99
Pumping out a whopping 1100 lumens on the front and 300 on the rear, this light set is definitely one to ‘see by’ on those winter nights. The light uses ‘Optional Overdrive Mode’ to toggle between Overdrive and Economy modes to maximise battery life and it also has enhanced side visibility for maximum protection.
dhb Aeron Storm FLT waterproof jacket was £150, now £90
With a staggering waterproof rating of 45,000nm the Aeron Storm is a jacket for those that are heading out the door regardless of what the weather is doing. It’s not packable, so it’s one you’ll need to wear all day so dhb has improved its breathability and given it some visibility finishing touches.
Wahoo Kickr Snap was £499, now £399
The Kickr Snap uses an algorithmic power measurement to work out your wattage as opposed to the power meter used in the more expensive Wahoo Kickr. It’s a wheel-on trainer, but we didn’t notice any wheel slip when we used it and we found it has plenty of resistance for those hard workouts.
Giro Vanquish was £239, now £107.99
The Giro Vanquish is a short tailed aero road helmet/TT helmet that you can use with or without a visor. It’s the best of both worlds, perfect for those who struggle to hold a TT position with a long back helmet or those who are aero conscious on their road rides.
What is Cyber Monday?
Well, to be honest, it’s largely an extension of Black Friday. The lines blur a little, but you can expect the deals to continue from Black Friday (November 23) over the Saturday and Sunday and on to Cyber Monday.
Here in the UK, the phenomenon is quite recent, and is best associate with enormous tech discounts. However, there is actually loads of opportunities to snap up awesome cycling deals.
As you might expect, since the explosion of internet shopping, events such as Cyber Monday have become enormously popular.
In fact, in previous years Cyber Monday has seen British shoppers spend a mind boggling £1.8 billion, and £5.8 billion in the four days from Black Friday to Cyber Monday.
Where can I find the best Cyber Monday cycling deals?
With numerous online cycling retailers, cyclists in the UK are well set to benefit from the American tradition. Last year, Evans Cycles, Chain Reaction Cycles, Wiggle and many more offered up big discounts on loads of cool cycling kit.
It’s a “tradition” that obviously works in favour of the retailers because they can get rid of the remnants of this year’s stock before taking on 2018’s produce.
When will the Cyber Monday deals be available
Most retailers do a pretty good job of sign posting their cyber monday cycling deals. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean the discounts start at 00.01 on Monday morning.
As we mentioned earlier, the lines are increasingly blurring, whatever deals happen over the weekend, the chances are they’ll double on actual Cyber Monday.
Announcements will be made on both the retailers own websites and through their social media channels. To help you wade through the onslaught of real deals and pseudo-deals, we’ll be updating this page with the very best deals and information so be sure to check back.
Cyber Monday shopping tips
Cyber Monday will be manic, you’ll be bombarded by deals and it’ll be tempting just to fork out the cash right away. However, chances are you’ll blow a load of cash and leave with products you necessarily didn’t want.
To best protect your bank balance, follow these tips…
Be well informed
A handful of retailers will remain completely silent about the details of their Black Friday sale until the actual day. Most will drip feed information, giving you a chance to prepare for your shopping in advance. Here’s how to stay informed:
- Sign up to mailing lists: A plague that you avoid most of the year, ahead of Black Friday it’s actually a really good idea to subscribe to the mailing lists of major retailers, as they’ll often send priority invites to view sale stock ahead of the general public
- Bookmark this page: Retailers will send us forewarning of their sale offers in the form of press releases – and we’ll publish the information on this page as soon as we’re able
- Follow brands and retailers on social media: They will share details with their loyal followers in advance – so click ‘like’ and ‘follow’ to be first in the queue
Know what you want… and budget!
Cyber Monday will be filled with genuinely excellent discounts, but there will also be a fair amount of chaff.
Knowing products, and knowing what you want to purchase will be an enormous asset on the day and stop you getting side tracked by the kit you don’t need. In turn, it’ll go a long way to stopping you over spending.
Chances are some of the discounts will be same as those kicking around before the day anyway.
Check returns policies
As always, these vary from store to store – but in some cases returns may be limited to 30 days. So if you pick up a gift for someone on Black Friday, by Christmas day a return may be out of the question. Though we don’t doubt your gift giving prowess, it’s a good idea to bear this in mind.