It’s now February and the online retailers are signalling that their long running January sales are grinding to a halt. That makes it now or never if you want to pick up that bargain on those cycling shoes you’ve wanted or that jersey you’ve been eyeing up.
The products featured have been chosen because we know they’re good quality and are an excellent offer at the price we’ve included (at the time of writing). Our tech team have unrivalled expertise and years of experience testing new products, so you can trust our recommendations – and we also know what represents a good deal. Where we’ve reviewed the product we’ve included a link to it so you can read more.
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Mavic Cosmic Elite UST disc wheelset was £419, now £294
The Mavic Cosmic Elite wheels are the perfect upgrade wheelset for those looking to take their riding a bit more seriously. Alternatively, they’re a great set of training wheels for those looking to put some mileage in over the winter period, even more so as they’re tubeless ready.
Giro Empire SLX road shoe was £289.99, now from £209
Read more: Giro Empire SLX road review
These seriously classy shoes are Giro’s top end Empire SLXs. The supple upper and laces make for a very comfortable fit while the stiff, Easton carbon sole gives the shoes a performance edge. We rate them very highly.
POC Octal AVIP MIPS helmet, was £300 now from £100
Get that EF-Education look with the POC Octal aero road helmet, distinctive thanks to its large vents and wide shape. It’s available in three different, quite bright colours.
Rapha Pro Team Long Sleeve Aero jersey was £150, now £75
Developed for fast rides in the changeable seasons, the long sleeve aero jersey is warm without being too hot. As its name suggests it has a very figure-hugging, performance fit and it uses two separate fabrics to help it cut through the air more efficiently.
If you can stomach the pink, then this is worth snapping up.
Castelli Nanoflex 2 bib tights were £110, now £82
The Nanoflex 2 bib tights are Castelli’s rain resistant bibs with minimal seams for greater water resistance. The fabric is Castelli’s Thermoflex, which is insulating for cold rides and the chamois is Castelli’s KissAir pad.
Castelli Perfetto long sleeve jersey was £80, now £126
Read more: Castelli Perfetto long sleeve jersey review
The Castelli Perfetto is a warm long sleeve journey that’s very weatherproof, keeping out wind and rain. It’s usually a premium price, but Evans Cycles has discounted its stock by 30% making it a great bit of kit to see out the rest of winter.
Tacx Blue Matic Magnetic turbo trainer was £139, now £99
The Tacx Blue Matic makes an excellent starting place for those looking to enter the world of turbo training. It has a lightweight but sturdy frame and 10 levels of resistance to maximise your training.
Oakley Jawbreaker Prizm road glasses were £174, now £120
The Oakley Jawbreaker Prizm road glasses are some of our favourite shades. The excellent quality wide lenses won’t obscure your vision and the rubber edges sit comfortably on the face and help block the wind.