Cycling tech deals from around the web on Amazon Prime Day: Garmin, power meters and more

Discounts aren't just on Amazon during Prime Day

There are some great Amazon Prime Day deals for cyclists across the online giant’s site; the sales certainly don’t miss our sport with some great savings.

To enjoy the savings, you’ll need an Amazon Prime Account. However, you can sign up via a 30-day free trial, and cancel at any time.

If you're looking for yet more cycling deals then have a look through our list and see more big savings over the two-day sale on Amazon.

The deals available online are pretty endless, but we've done the leg work and clipped it down to some of the best we can find on Amazon and other sites as well.

With each product is a ‘Buy Now’ or ‘Best Deal’ link. If you click on this 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.

Garmin Fenix Ultimate Multisport GPS Watch was £471.16 now £356 at Amazon

The Garmin Fenix Ultimate Multisport GPS Watch is a super piece of tech. It can read your heart rate by recording your pulse on your wrist, it has maps downloaded onto it already but you can add others, several settings to measure cycling as well as running, if that's your thing as well, plus it has a 14 day battery life, so no charging every evening. View deal: Garmin Fenix Ultimate Multisport GPS Watch was £471.16 now £356 | at Amazon.

Garmin Varia 2 Radar Tail Light & Head Unit was £269.99 now £199 at

The Garmin Varia 2 Radar tail light is controlled through the head unit it comes with, you mount the head unit onto your handlebars and it uses radar to see how close objects behind you are. Useful as it saves you from looking around and drifting into the road.

The light can be seen at 140 metres away with the beam stretching 220 degrees, which makes it especially ideal on city streets as it gives you more coverage so you can be seen by drivers from who will be coming in from all angles. View now: Garmin Varia 2 Radar tail light and head unit was £269.99 now £199 | at

Garmin Edge 1030 Plus GPS Computer Bundle was £599.99 now £535 at

Not only will you be getting the Garmin Edge 1030 Plus, but you will be getting a quarter turn mount with two bases, flush out-front mount, tether, HRM-dual heart rate monitor strap, bike speed and cadence sensors and, of course, USB charge cable. View now: Garmin Edge 1030 Plus GPS computer bundle was £599.99 now £535 | at

GoPro Hero6 Camera 3cm was £399.99 now £245.18 at Amazon

The GoPro Hero6 Camera 3cm is a superb companion for any advantage out on the road or the tracks with a camera capable of filming in 4K, can take some whacks and is waterproof too. Double the power of the old model along with a two-inch touchscreen display with various mounts and USB-C cable for charging. View now: GoPro Hero6 Camera 3cm was £399.99 now now £245.18 at Amazon.

Garmin Edge 130 GPS Cycling Computer was £169 now £99 at Halfords

A compact Garmin that does the essentials you expect from a GPS computer on the bike. But, it does have other quirks.  It got a 9/10 in our review due to its smart looks, easy-to-read screen, simple buttons not touchscreen and some real top end features with ANT+ compatibility with message and call alerts too. View now: Garmin Edge 130 was £169 now £99 | at Amazon.

Elite Drivo Direct Drive FE-C Smart Trainer was £999.99 now £719 at Wiggle

The Elite Drivo Direct Drive FE-C Smart Trainer is down as one of the quietest smart trainers out there, so it shouldn't disturb anyone around the house when you're smashing out the miles on Zwift when the rain or snow is coming down outside. Also, it has a slope simulation of up to 24 per cent, one of the highest available. View now: Elite Drivo Direct Drive FE-C Smart Trainer was £999.99 now £719 | at Wiggle.

Lezyne Micro Drive 600XL & Strip light set was £80 now £53.99 at ProBikeKit

The dual-LED front light has strong 600 lumen lights that has nine different modes including a daytime flash in a solid aluminium body. Whereas, the rear light features a wide angle optic lens that provides 270 degrees of visibility and 150 lumens across 11 modes, this is ideal for city riding. View now: Lezyne Micro Drive 600XL and Strip Light set was £80, now £53.99 | at ProBikeKit.

We'll be bringing you deals throughout the Amazon Prime Day sales, and beyond - so keep checking back...

Tim Bonville-Ginn
Tim Bonville-Ginn

Tim Bonville-Ginn is one of Cycling Weekly's content writers for the web team responsible for writing stories on racing, tech, updating evergreen pages as well as the weekly email newsletter.

Bonville-Ginn started working in cycling journalism while still at school and university for a voluntary site based on Twitter before also doing slots for Eurosport's online web team and has been on location at the Tour de Yorkshire, Tour of Britain, UCI World Championships and various track events. He then joined the Cycling Weekly team in late February of 2020.

When not writing stories for the site, Bonville-Ginn doesn't really switch off his cycling side as he watches every race that is televised as well as being a rider himself and a regular user of the game Pro Cycling Manager.

He rides a Specialized Tarmac SL4 when out on his local roads back in West Yorkshire as well as in northern Hampshire with the hills and mountains being his preferred terrain.