Cycling Weekly exclusive: get £10 off at Pearson

Bonus especially for CW readers – head over to Pearson's website and enjoy a tenner off all orders over £50

Pearson Cycling Weekly deals

Pearson, officially the world's oldest bike shop, is offering a brand new deal to Cycling Weekly readers. Using the offer code CW10OFF50 at checkout, you'll get £10 off all orders over £50. That's a pretty decent saving, the equivalent of 20% if you're spending the minimum required to qualify.

The East Sheen-based bike business already has some good offers on its excellent clothing and with an extra £10 off, it becomes a very good deal indeed.

For example, the brand's Survival Of The Fittest bib tights are down from £170 to £99, while the Test Your Mettle road insulated jacket is reduced from £150 to £99.

The offer is also available to our Future Publishing stablemates Cyclingnews and runs up until midnight on March 29.

Cycling Weekly was founded in 1891, just 31 years after Pearson, and the two brands have a long shared history. At one time we were both based in Sutton and Robert Garbutt, who would go on to be Cycling Weekly's editor, worked at Pearson's as a Saturday boy in the 1980s.

We would personally recommend all the products below – we would never include anything that we wouldn't use ourselves.

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Pearson Survival Of The Fittest bib tights £170 £99

Perfect for riding and racing in chillier temperatures, the Survival Of The Fittest tights feature Pearson's own PhD pad, designed using a decade of data from bike fits. Made from close to 100% recycled materials.


Pearson To Pastures New adventure long-sleeve T shirt £45 £29

With a natural cotton feel but high-wicking, crease-resistant and made from a blend of yarns that easily outlasts cotton, this long-sleeve T also has an antibacterial finish. Only size small left, so you're in luck if that's you!


Pearson Test Your Mettle road insulated jersey £150 £99

The Test Your Mettle jacket is perfect for cooler rides. A water-repellent finish keeps rain out, while the back and arm sections are made from a 100% recycled cosy Roubaix fabric. The warm, insulating Polartec lining is also fully recycled.


Pearson Objects In Motion titanium road frameset £2,300 £1,800

The disc version of Pearson's popular Just Killing Time bike, this titanium beauty is made for comfort and speed using Pearson house geometry. Limited sizes only at this price, so you'd better hurry up!


Pearson Ass Saver mudguard £10 £8

Made by Ass Saver and Pearson-branded, it does what it says on the tin. Compatible with most saddle rails, easy to use and mount and can be folded and stored stored under your saddle ready for the next downpour.


Pearson Feel The Benefits gilet £120 £85

Packable and versatile, the Feel The Benefits gilet features a zipped rear valuables pocket, two open storage pockets and a reflective Pearson rose detail to improve visibility – limited sizes left so be quick!


Pearson Skin In The Game merino base layer £60

Comfortable, cosy and odour resistant, this merino base layer, which also contains a polyester component for durability, is very insulating in the cold but breathable when it warms up. Not in the sale but we think you'll like it, especially with £10 off.

Above are mostly sale items (in fact all are except the base layer) but the £10 off voucher can of course be used against any item, whether in the sale or not.

Simon Smythe
Simon Smythe

Simon Smythe is Cycling Weekly's senior tech writer and has been in various roles at CW since 2003. His first job was as a sub editor on the magazine following an MA in online journalism (yes, it was just after the dot-com bubble burst).

In his cycling career Simon has mostly focused on time trialling with a national medal, a few open wins and his club's 30-mile record in his palmares. These days he spends a bit more time testing road bikes, or on a tandem doing the school run with his younger son.

What's in the stable? There's a Colnago Master Olympic, a Hotta TT700, an ex-Castorama lo-pro that was ridden in the 1993 Tour de France, a Pinarello Montello, an Independent Fabrication Club Racer, a Shorter fixed winter bike and a renovated Roberts with a modern Campag groupset.

And the vital statistics:

Age: 52
Height: 178cm

Weight: 69kg