Here’s our weekly run-down of the deals on cycling kit we’ve found on the web this Sunday

This month we’ve got some truly excellent deals, all of which on their own would be worthy of the coveted Sunday Trading headline slot but, despite stiff competition, that honour has fallen to the CycleOps Hammer smart trainer which is discounted by a whopping £365! After that there’s two great deals on top end Giro and Fizik shoes before being rounded out by a very good value Continental GP4000 tyres deal.

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.

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.

CycleOps Hammer smart trainer was £1000, now £634.99

Read more: CycleOps Hammer smart trainer review

The Zwift revolution isn’t slowing down and if you want to take part you need to get yourself a smart turbo trainer like this CycleOps Hammer.

This machine has a built in PowerTap power meter and uses direct drive for quiet performance to help spare your neighbours. It’s Bluetooth and ANT+ compatible and can simulate 20% grades while being able to accommodate either quick release or thru-axle (both 142mm and 148mm) dropouts.

Buy now: CycleOps Hammer smart trainer at ProBikeKit for £634.99

Garmin Edge 520 Performance bundle was £349, now £241

Read more: Garmin Edge 520 review

The Garmin Edge 520 is a really neat piece of kit that, until very recently, was one of the brand’s headline models. However, due to the release of the Garmin Edge 520 Plus that has a few more features the unit has had a nice price slash.

Don’t be fooled though, just because there’s a newer version doesn’t mean this model isn’t a great piece of kit. It goes far beyond the basic requirements of a cycling computer, providing more advanced training tools. This particular deal comes with a heart rate monitor and cadence sensors to give your training a jumpstart.

Buy now: Garmin Edge 520 performance bundle for £241

 Fizik R1 Infinito road shoe was £324, now £259

The Fizik R1 Infinito shoes are the go to racing slipper’s of Tour de France winner Geraint Thomas, and it’s easy to see why.

The upper has perforations to help it breather better and keep your feet cool. The dual Boa dial fit lets you tweak the tightness of the shoe, and the Infinito closure system should stop you suffering from hot spots. The package is finished off by a stiff carbon sole that gives the shoe an additional level of performance orientation.

Buy now: Fizik R1 Infinito road shoe at Evans Cycles for £259

Giro Empire SLX shoes were £274, now £191

Read more: Giro Empire SLX shoes review

There probably isn’t a classier pair of shoes than the Giro Empire SLX and these iconic shoes have become the go to for many of the CW office.

The Evofiber upper is beautiful to look, seriously supple to wear, and it beds in really nicely over time – it’s also wipe clean. The laces might lack the on-the-fly adjustability of Boa dials but they’re cool and offer a really even fit.

Buy now: Giro Empire SLX shoes at Chain Reaction Cycles for £191

Two Continental GP4000s II tyres with inner tubes were £109, now £61.99

Continental GP4000 S II

Continental-GP4000 S

Read more: Continental GP4000S II review

The Continental GP4000s II tyres have long been considered a pair of the go to tyres for all conditions. They’re tough enough for the worst winter months and fast enough for our summers, and now they’re discounted by 44%.

In particular, this deal gets you two tyres and two inner tubes which is staggeringly good value.

Buy now: Continental GP4000s II tyres (with tubes) at Merlin Cycles for £61.99

More great deals

Tacx Satori smart trainer was £284, now £190

Topeak Hexus mulit-tool was £22, now £14.99

Castelli Alpha ROS jersey was £220 now from £126

Altura NV saddle pack medium was £16.99 now £9.99

Endura FS260 Pro Slick overshoes were £24.99 now £9.99

Shimano 105 5800 cassette was £49.99 now from £29.99

Shimano SPD-SL cleats were £20 now from £9.99

OnGuard Brute Long D lock was £60 now £25.99

Specialized Sport cycling shoes were £79.99 now £48.99

Specialized BG Sport mitts were £19.99 now £9.99

Shimano 105 pedals were £109.99 now £61.49

GT85 dry lube was £6.99 now £3.61

Scicon Aerotech Evolution X bike box was £699.99 now £449.99

KMC Z510 HX 1/8 single speed chain was £12.99 now £7.99

Exposure Diablo front light was £209.95 now £159.95

That’s it for this week folks, but check back for more next week and keep an eye out for our midweek deals too.