High street and online cycling retailer Evans Cycles stocks a huge range of cycling kit and has a huge range of deals available. On this page you’ll find deals on everything from bikes to glasses, lights and much more.
At any time, Evans Cycles can have thousands of deals on offer, so we’ve done the hard part and picked out the standout deals. With each product is a ‘Buy Now’ 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.
The products have been chosen by our expert Tech Team who know what represents a good deal. Where we’ve reviewed the product, we’ve included a link to that review so you can read more about it, but if it’s on this page, it’s because we trust the brand and what they produce.
Oakley Flight Jacket Black Organe Prizm were £185, now £92
What the Oakley Flight Jacket glasses have got going for them is great ventilation. I used these on a very muggy and slightly moist ride in Italy at the launch of the Pirelli Cincurato tyres last year. I experienced no fogging when stopped and didn’t feel my eyes or face overheat despite the 27 degree temperature. Prizm lens works great too.
Exposure Flash front light was £36.70, now £24
British brand exposure produce some magnificent lights, which are all machine. They’ve proven to be powerful, hardwearing and easy to use. This 110 lumen unit promises to enable you to be seen on your commute and even see a little if you find yourself without street lights.
Vittoria Corsa G+ Isotech tyre was £54.99, now £31
Read more: Vittoria Corsa G+ review
A fast rolling, grippy tyre, the Vittoria Corsa G+ tyres also come with a thicker carcass than the previous version for improved longevity. The tan sidewalls look superb on carbon rims too!
Continental Grand Prix 5000 tyre was £59.99, now £36
Read more: Continental Grand Prix 5000 review
The market leader was never going to go downhill in its newest guise – and with the Continental Grand Prix 5000, the brand has made the best better. It’s embraced the tubeless technology which roadies are gradually coming round to, but the result isn’t necessarily faster which will contradict expectations.
Shimano Ultegra R8000 rim brake groupset was £1,100, now £600
Read more: Shimano groupsets explained
The newest Shimano Ultegra family – R8000 – mimics the updated aesthetic seen across it’s more expensive sibling, but aside from looks, other changes include the capacity to suit an 11-34 cassette and brake calipers comfortable with 28c tyres.
The hoods have been slimmed down, and now have a grippy pattern (like Dura-Ace), and the dérailleurs have received a similar treatment to new Dura Ace, promising smoother gear changes.
Mavic Aksium Elite UST wheelset was £269, now £188
Winter is coming, meaning, it is that time of year to stick your flash wheels away and use something a little more robust. These Aksiums Elites from Mavic are more than ideal to give your winter ride some speed, safe in the knowledge that you wont be destroying your more expensive wheels.
Trek Emonda ALR 4 was £1200, now £960
Read more: Trek Emonda ALR 5 review
Trek call its bike “lightweight aluminium perfection” and it is hard to disagree with that statement, especially as the disc brake-ready frameset weighs a claimed 1,131g for a 56cm, and the 52cm build you see here only weights 7.8kg.
We’ll keep updating this page with more deals – so don’t forget to check back regularly.