We kitted ourselves out for winter with these Black Friday bike deals

The CW team has been hunting for kit to make winter more bearable, here's some of the best we could find

The cold grip of winter is now starting to close in, but that doesn't mean you should stop riding your bike. There's all sorts of top kit out there to keep you feeling toasty while out in the cold.

Here at Cycling Weekly, we have looked across all the Black Friday deals and have pulled together the best winter outfit deals out there (at time of writing) from the likes of Wiggle, Pro Bike Kit, Chain Reaction Cycles, and featuring brands like Castelli and Mavic. There's deals to be had on top quality kit, from new bib-tights and winter jackets, to accessories like overshoes, gloves, and headwear to keep you going through the winter months.

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 Best Black Friday winter outfit

Assos Schlosshund RS Equipe rain jacket at Wiggle £265/$337.60 £156/$178

Assos' rain jacket has been cut by 41 per cent at Wiggle and is available in XS to L at time of writing, but hurry! It will sell out quick.View Deal

dhb Flashlight Women's Spectrum jacket at Wiggle £120/$160.80 £90/$120.60

The Flashlight jacket gives you superb protection from the elements with it's three layer option. You can get the lighter and more breathable option, but for winter this is your best bet.View Deal

Santini 365 Classe long sleeve jersey at ProBikeKit £85/$113.49 £59.49/$67.49

This jersey is ideal for any winter/cold weather ride. It'll keep you nice and warm while riding in the cold. Really, you won't need a jacket unless it is super cold, raining or snowing.View Deal

Alé Women's Prime Sunset Limited Edition Long Sleeved £100/$134 £60/$80.40

Not only does this jersey look great, it is also made to keep you as warm as possible without cooking you while riding in the colder months. Also has reflective panels on the back so you will be seen by drivers in low light.View Deal

Castelli Explore Velocissimo Bib Tights £120/$160.80 £84/$112.56

This is made with Castelli's premium 'Thermoflex' fabric and supportive 'Kiss Air' seat pad so that you can stay warm and comfortable while on the bike this winter.View Deal

dhb Aeron Women's FLT Roubaix bib tights £90/$120.60 £63/$84.42

Made for cold weather and dark evenings, these bib tights will keep you nice and warm but also seen thanks to dhb's Flashlight technology.View Deal

Endura FS260-Pro Nemo Glove II £29.99/$49.99 £28.49/$35

Made for all the conditions that mother nature can throw at you. Waterproof, comfortable and fast drying, these gloves are ideal for the cold months. Also available in light blue.View Deal

Mavic Cosmic Ulti shoe covers £40/$53.60 £11.20/$15.01

Huge savings on a top quality product from Mavic. Keep your feet warm and dry in the coldest and wettest of days. Overshoes are vital for riding in winters, so these are a bargain find this Black Friday.View Deal

Castelli Prosecco baselayer £55 £38.49

Baselayers are probably the most underrated part of cycling clothing. It keeps the cold wind off your chest and is that last little barrier to keep you warm. The Prosecco from Castelli does that brilliantly.View Deal

Sportful Women's Bodyfit Pro long sleeve baselayer £55/$73.49 £43.99/$49.99

Much like the Castelli above, this long sleeve baselayer from Sportful is another top quality bit of kit. Only this is very much just for winter. You won't feel any wind with this on.View Deal

dhb Balaclava £15/$19 £11/$14

For the most extreme cold weather. This really is for those days that you have to wonder if you should really be outside. Keeping your face and, really, your whole head warm is vital as you lose most your heat from there.View Deal

Tim Bonville-Ginn
Tim Bonville-Ginn

Tim Bonville-Ginn is one of Cycling Weekly's content writers for the web team responsible for writing stories on racing, tech, updating evergreen pages as well as the weekly email newsletter.

Bonville-Ginn started working in cycling journalism while still at school and university for a voluntary site based on Twitter before also doing slots for Eurosport's online web team and has been on location at the Tour de Yorkshire, Tour of Britain, UCI World Championships and various track events. He then joined the Cycling Weekly team in late February of 2020.

When not writing stories for the site, Bonville-Ginn doesn't really switch off his cycling side as he watches every race that is televised as well as being a rider himself and a regular user of the game Pro Cycling Manager.

He rides a Specialized Tarmac SL4 when out on his local roads back in West Yorkshire as well as in northern Hampshire with the hills and mountains being his preferred terrain.