The best cycling Black Friday deals for under $70/ £50

We've hunted down the Black Friday deals that really are bargains

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Cycling deals for Black Friday are already landing, enticing us all with money saving offers which can feel too good to miss. 

But with budgets feeling the squeeze more than usual, it's really important to make sure what you are getting really is a bargain, and not old rubbish someone has found in a broom cupboard. 

We've got dedicated pages on the best cycling tech deals and all the best Black Friday bike deals, but if you're sticking to a set price, we've got your back. 

Sticking to a tighter price limit can feel hard, so let us take the strain. All the trawling and price comparisons have been done ready for you by the Cycling Weekly team. 

Here's our pick of the best cycling Black Friday deals for under $70/ £50.  

Black Friday now on: November 25th

We've split this best cycling Black Friday deals for under $70/ £50 in between US and UK deals to make it easier for you to find the deals in your country. 

We start the page with some handy quick links for both sides of the Atlantic, which skips all the intros and takes you directly to the retailer deals, perfect for anyone knowing exactly what they want or in a rush. 

If you want the long hand versions of the deals, click here jump down to all US offers, or click here to instantly be transported to UK specific ones. 

Quick Deals

Shop cycling at Amazon USA: Add your own filters to find the best deals

REI: 20% on full-price and outlet times with code (until 21st November) 

Backcountry: Continental Race Tubes for less than $4 and 40% off Shimano shoes

Wiggle: Up to 50% off dhb and Endura clothing

Competitive Cyclist: GORE and Castelli gear starting at  $10

Quick deals UK 

Shop cycling at Amazon UK: Add your own filters to find the best deals

Tredz: Over 45% off Specialized inner tubes, Muc-off bundles & Castelli kit

Wiggle: dhb jerseys £6.50

ProBikeKitContinental GP5000 tyres from £36

Sigma Sport: Gravel tyres for less than £30 & Assos wind jackets from £33 (saving 70%)

Rutland CyclingOakley AERO3 Light helmet down to £40

BLACK FRIDAY DEALS USA

Under $20 deals

Continental Race Tube: was $8.95 (opens in new tab)

Continental Race Tube: was $8.95 now $3.37 at Backcounty  (opens in new tab)

There's 62% off the lightweight inner tube, which is designed to withstand road debris. I wouldn't pair these with any winter wheel set up, but a sunny day on decent tarmac and these could save you a few grams, or keep as a compact spare in the back pocket.  700x18-25mm at this price point.  

Castelli Water Bottle: was $11.95 (opens in new tab)

Castelli Water Bottle: was $11.95 now $8.96 at Competitive Cyclist (opens in new tab)

There's two colour options on this water bottle from Castelli, the grey pictured and popping red. Both use the MoFlo valve for leak prevention and offer easy clean opening - which are the two biggest wants from a water bottle. 

GOREWEAR Dot Mid Sock: was $18 (opens in new tab)

GOREWEAR Dot Mid Sock: was $18 now $9.97 at Competitive Cyclist  (opens in new tab)

One colour and not loads of sizes to go at, but if you're a USA men's size small or medium in socks you could grab yourself a 45% saving on these all-round wear socks from GORE.

Castelli Quindici Sock was £19.99 (opens in new tab)

Castelli Quindici Sock was £19.99 now $14.99 at Competitive Cyclist  (opens in new tab)

The merino wool blend sock is ideal for cold weather riding with it's natural insulating and quick wicking properties, as well as being a decent length to prevent any draft gaps appearing. All sizes still avaliable, and being Castelli you know their going to last a few season, and being muted colours they won't grey in the wash. 

PEARL iZumi Merino Wool Sock was $17.00 (opens in new tab)

PEARL iZumi Merino Wool Sock was $17.00 now $10.20 at Competitive Cyclist  (opens in new tab)

Another great winter riding option. I'm a big fan of merino socks to keep feet as warm as possible as soon as the temperature drops. Sensible colourway to get you through a few seasons, and because it's a blend, you should have no worries of shoving these in the wash with the rest of your kit post ride. 

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Via Velo Bike Lock with cable: was $49.96 now $19.95 at Amazon USA (opens in new tab)

Coming with the Sold Secure logo, this double lock deal is a belt and braces approach to leaving your bike unattended. The 14mm shackle and 10mm and 1.8 meter long cable also comes with a bike mount making it easier to transport on your bike. We've not used the brand but for $20 this has to be better than nothing in preventing the theft of your pride and joy. 

Under $40 deals

Niterider Swift 500 front bike light: was $4 (opens in new tab)

Niterider Swift 500 front bike light: was $45 now $33.69 at REI  (opens in new tab)

The NiteRider lights always do well in our best lights round ups, and with the Swift 500 you benefit from a 25% saving. Four light levels, claimed 500 lumens and 1.5hrs of charge, which USB rechargeable, on high. A nice and quick handlebar rubber mount,  but no details on handle bar fit sizes but there's a 90 day refund policy at REI so worth taking the punt on this bright little commuter light. 

Castelli Animia 3 Jersey Women's specific short sleeve jersey: was $89.99 (opens in new tab)

Castelli Animia 3 Jersey Women's specific short sleeve jersey: was $89.99 now $39.97 at Competitive Cyclist  (opens in new tab)

The simple design consists of ProSecco Strada Donna breathable fabric, silicone backed hem, full zip and three useful size rear pockets. There are a few colours on offer, but hunt this marine blue colourway down and you get the biggest saving of 56% from the original price tag, and sizes small to extra large are still available. 

Zipp Service Course 80 Ergonomic handlebars: was $59 (opens in new tab)

Zipp Service Course 80 Ergonomic handlebars: was $59 now $39.53 at Competitive Cyclist  (opens in new tab)

We've seen the all-road pair of the Zipp Service Course bars and gave them full marks, so this could be a great bargain if your in the market. There's actually a three options available, all saving 33% on the RRP, so worth checking what size and design you prefer before making a purchase. 

Shimano 105 CS-R7000 11speed cassette: was $56.99 (opens in new tab)

Shimano 105 CS-R7000 11speed cassette: was $56.99 now from $34.16 at Backcountry  (opens in new tab)

Compatible with all 11-speed Shimano road group sets (and we all know other brands too) 105 cassettes have always offered way better value for money when it comes to replacing a worn one, and now there's up to 33% off. There's a three decent spreads to choose from too, 11x28, 11x30 and 11x32 depending on your preference, but be aware the popular 11x30 does add $10 to the sale tag. 

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LifeLine Bike Tool Kit - 37 piece: was $90.99 now $41 at Wiggle  (opens in new tab)

Yes it's a dollar over the price bracket, but it's worth adding it in here as it's a massive 54% saving on RRP. An ideal starter bike maintenance kit, and a perfect holiday gift to someone or yourself. Contains all you need to do basic bike adjustments, including changing a chain and cassette.  

Under $50 deals

PEARL iZUMi Quest bike jersey: was $70 (opens in new tab)

PEARL iZUMi Quest bike jersey: was $70 now £48.69 at REI (opens in new tab)

A 30% saving on this mid weigh jersey which will take you down to autumn and spring weather, or team with a robust softshell for winter riding. Only one colour but size options from small to extra large still available. 

Shimano IC5 Cycling Shoe - Women's: was $130 (opens in new tab)

Shimano IC5 Cycling Shoe - Women's: was $130 now $49.97 at Backcountry  (opens in new tab)

Don't underestimate the value in having a pair of bike shoes specifically for indoor riding. If you choose to take an actual bike class with actual people, the chances are you'll need SPD cleats. And it's a pretty humbling experience to have to ask for a mop to deal with the mud you've create from your sweat running in to the crud off your mtb shoes.  Which is how I ended up reviewing and rating the Shimano IC5 indoor cycling shoes (opens in new tab).  

Specialized Deflect Comp Shoe Cover: was $69.99 (opens in new tab)

Specialized Deflect Comp Shoe Cover: was $69.99 now $48.95 at Competitive Cyclist  (opens in new tab)

Truly a hardcore piece of kit that will get you and your feet through the worst of winter riding. If you do intend on getting out all year, your feet will be thanking of your investment in January. Black only, but multiple size options from 38EU - 44EU - which translates to around a US size 5.75 mens and 7.25 womens. 

Under $70 deals

SealSkinz Waterproof All Weather Cycle Glove: was $70.00 (opens in new tab)

SealSkinz Waterproof All Weather Cycle Glove: was $70.00 now $52.50 (opens in new tab)

It may still seem a lot for a pair of gloves, but we have a pair of similar Sealskinz in our house that are still a go to pair after 10 years.  Both black and neon yellow colourways on offer, and a mix of sizes, so you might need to act quick to secure a pair.   

Endura FS260-Pro DS women's bib shorts: was $139.95 (opens in new tab)

Endura FS260-Pro DS women's bib shorts: was $139.95 now $54.97 at Competitive Cyclist  (opens in new tab)

You can read our review of the FS260-Pro shorts (opens in new tab), but in quick summary we felt these were a good pair of women's specific bib shorts. The easy-pee design and pressure relieving padded insert makes these a great option for any all dayers or bike packing, where facilities to strip off are somewhat minimal.   

Shimano RC1 Cycling shoe: was $100 (opens in new tab)

Shimano RC1 Cycling shoe: was $100 now $60 at BackCountry  (opens in new tab)

It was hard to pick from the 40% off deals when it comes to this range of Shimano shoes, as there's also XC1, both men's and women's on offer for the same price, which would make a great gravel or commuter shoe. Loads of  sizes, and colours in some options, to choose from, so just a case of take your pick

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Endura Women's Xtract Bib Tights: was $109.99 now $54 at Wiggle  (opens in new tab)

There is 50% off these winter tights, which use a Roubaix fleece and multi density gel pad. All sizes, from extra small to extra extra large are currently showing sock, with the later flagged red for low numbers, so act quick if you want to grab this deal at that size. 

dhb Aeron FLT Roubaix 3/4 bib tights: was $110 (opens in new tab)

dhb Aeron FLT Roubaix 3/4 bib tights: was $110 now $66 at Wiggle  (opens in new tab)

There's an impressive 40% saving to be had in these three quarter bib tights. Made with a thermal backed Lyrca and include a highly regarded Elastic Interface chamios. All sizes in the men's still available, as long as it's black  

BLACK FRIDAY DEALS UK

Under £20 deals

dhb Flashlight Short Sleeve Jersey 2.0: (opens in new tab)

dhb Flashlight Short Sleeve Jersey 2.0: was £40 now £6.50 at Wiggle (opens in new tab)

It's an incomprehensible price for a cycling jersey, but here we are. £6.50 gets you a choice of either bright orange/ red or yellow, or you can pick up a women's one in black for a pricier £13.00, with most sizes available in all colours. They're pretty simple designs, with only one side zip secure pocket, but the reflective detail is more than you would get on most cycle wear these days. Mind-blowing deal of an 83% saving. 

Castelli Entrata 13 socks: was £15 (opens in new tab)

Castelli Entrata 13 socks: was £15 now from £7 at Sigma Sport (opens in new tab)

Before you get excited, it's not 13pairs of socks, it's the length of the tall cuff standing at 13cm tall. Pretty light weigh, so best to stash and save for next season now. Black or white available, the later is a pricier £8  and both have either S/M (UK 4-6) or XXL sizes (UK 9.5 to 12.5) left. 

Under £30 deals

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Castelli Unlimited Long Finger Cycling Gloves: was £46 now £25.3 at Tredz (opens in new tab)

Choose from either black or orange on these long finger Castelli gloves. Aimed at taking the edge of the cold weather, and not down to winter temperatures, they can often be a hard in-between piece of kit that you struggle to justify. Now with 45% off, it makes being comfortable in the nippy season just that easier to obtain. Lots of sizes in black, but, perhaps surprisingly, orange is more limited stock. 

Muc-Off 8 in 1 Bike Cleaning Kit: was 42.99 (opens in new tab)

Muc-Off 8 in 1 Bike Cleaning Kit: was 42.99 now £22.99 at Tredz (opens in new tab)

A decent 47% saving on this cleaning bundle from Muc-Off, which contains all you need to get your bike sparkling, including brushes, chain cleaner and sprays. You can even use the container as a handy bucket. It doesn't however include any lube, so you'll have to add that to your purchase at the same time to prevent your chain rusting up. 

Rawvelo Organic Energy Gels - Blood Orange - 18x50g: was £32.39 (opens in new tab)

Rawvelo Organic Energy Gels - Blood Orange - 18x50g: was £32.39, now £22.67 at Amazon  (opens in new tab)

Energy gels are ideal for a quick burst of energy when you need it, and if you’re looking for an all natural energy gel, Rawvelo’s offerings are good to go for. Each of Rawvelo’s 50g gels is packed with 20g of natural carbohydrates, and contains no artificial sweeteners, no preservatives and no additives.  

Under £50 deals

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Castelli Entrata Thermal Cycling Glove: was £60 now £44 (opens in new tab) at Wiggle 

There's still several sizes to be had in this winter glove, which features a windproof outer layer and brushed inner. Double cuff for jersey to glove transition, and touchscreen index finger and thumb for easy of GPS or phone navigation without having to remove. 

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Continental GP5000 tyres: was £59.99 now £36 at ProBikeKit (opens in new tab)

We rated the Continental GP5000 tyres (opens in new tab) so much that we awarded them an editors choice award. This deal takes £23 off the RRP price, but note that it's for a single one, you can save even more if you opt for the twin pack again at ProBike Kit for £71.49 (opens in new tab), saving you $48.49 on the original price tag.  There seems to still be stock of all 700x 23c,25c and 28c options. 

Hannah is Cycling Weekly’s longest-serving tech writer, having started with the magazine back in 2011. She has covered all things technical for both print and digital over multiple seasons representing CW at spring Classics, and Grand Tours and all races in between.


Hannah was a successful road and track racer herself, competing in UCI races all over Europe as well as in China, Pakistan and New Zealand.


For fun, she's ridden LEJOG unaided, a lap of Majorca in a day, won a 24-hour mountain bike race and tackled famous mountain passes in the French Alps, Pyrenees, Dolomites and Himalayas. 


She lives just outside the Peak District National Park near Manchester UK with her partner, daughter and a small but beautifully formed bike collection.