The deals continue at Evans Cycles, with everything from new bikes to the smallest components available at great savings
High street and online cycling retailer Evans Cycles stocks a huge range of cycling kit, and now it has launched its Black Friday campaign, discounting many items to very low prices.
We’ve taken a look through and picked out the finest offerings from the brand’s website. It’ll be continuously updating them until the big weekend (Black Friday itself is the 23rd November) so be sure to keep checking back.
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 and the products have been chosen because our expert Tech Team know what represents a good deal. Where we’ve reviewed the product, we’ve included a link to the product so that you can read more about it in greater detail.
Cannondale Synapse Carbon Disc Red eTap was £4999, now £3499
The Cannondale Synapse is one of our favourite endurance bikes. With its sophisticated carbon fibre it manages to offer a balanced ride that’s as comfortable as it is fast. Whilst the generous geometry will keep you happy in the saddle for those long days, the stiffness in the frame will match even your most powerful sprints.
This particular model comes with the wireless SRAM Red eTap HRD groupset and Fuclrum wheels.
Tacx Satori Smart Turbo was £259, now £190
The Satori is a slim lined version of Tacx’s top end smart turbo trainers, but that doesn’t stop it being a brilliant piece of training kit. Despite its minimal price it can measure your power output, speed and cadence and it’s compatible with Zwift, making winter training a total breeze.
Specialized Roubaix was £1900, now £1330
The Roubaix is Specialized endurance bike that uses a special type of suspension in the steerer tube to take the harsh road buzz out of the ride. It has the added benefit of making the bike incredibly stable and gives it amazing handling round corners.
This particular model comes with old Shimano 105, which maybe doesn’t look as slick as the updated version but it’s still a superb performer.
Mavic Cosmic Elite UST wheels were £419, now £299
We love the Mavic Cosmic wheel range, finding it to be a performance orientated wheelset without the price tag to match. These are disc brake wheels, which mount the rotors using the centre lock standard and have wider, thru-axle hubs making them stiff enough for hard, out of the saddle efforts.
The aluminium rims are 30mm deep which offers the perfect balance between stiffness and climbing ability as well as throwing a bit of low aerodynamic drag in for good measure.
Castelli Aero Race 5.1 jersey was £100, now £48.99
The Castelli Aero Race 5.1 is a lightweight, fast-wicking jersey that’s easy on the eye and perfect for summer days. Yes, we might be in throes of winter right now but the warm weather will come back around and you’ll pleased you have this snazzy number stored away.
Cannondale Synapse Carbon 105 5 Disc road bike – was 2199, now £1599
The Synapse got an update for the 2018 model year, but this 2017 Synapse has all the comfort features you’d want for your long summer rides and comes with Cannondale’s SAVE Plus architecture, 105 shifting and hydraulic brakes. Its 28mm tyres smooth out road imperfections too.
Continental GP4000S II road tyre – was £54.95, now £29.99
With spring conditions just around the corner, it’s time to think about shedding your winter tyres and fitting some faster rubber. And no tyre has more of a reputation for speed, grip and longevity than the GP4000. It’s available in any size you want from 20mm right up to 28mm.
We’ll keep updating this page with more deals – so don’t forget to check back regularly.