Got your eye on a particular item at Wiggle but it’s just out of your price range? Don’t despair – we’ve scoured the online retailer for some of the best Wiggle deals and brought them together just for you.
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The difficulty is that at any one time Wiggle can have thousands of items offer and it can be a tough job finding the best ones. That’s where we come in. Cycling Weekly’s Tech Team has unrivalled expertise and knowledge and know what represents a great deal. If they’ve reviewed the product, we’ll be sure to include a link to that review so you can read more about. If we haven’t, rest assured we trust the brand, trust the product and recognise it as a good deal (at the time of writing).
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Here are some of the best sale items we’ve spotted…
Ridley Noah Fast Ultegra Di2 Road Bike was £6,729 now £4,999
Read more: Ridley Noah Fast Ultegra Di2 review
The Noah Fast is the most aerodynamic bike Ridley sell. With a carbon frame, bars, internal cable routing and streamlined carbon Forza wheels, this bike accelerates with efficiency and is fast and stable in all conditions.
Mavic Women’s Ksyrium Elite Thermo LS Jersey was £67.50 now from £27
A soft and warm winter layer designed for cold winter rides. Warm Tech fabric is highly elastic and brushed on the inside for a performance fit and a snuggly feel, whilst Ergo Cuffs aim to limit the leakage of warm air. Flatlock seams prevent chafing and there’s two back pockets plus an MP3 wire hole for those that want to use it.
dhb Aeron Women’s RD Short Sleeve Jersey was £100 now £50
This performance jersey uses waterproof fabric with lots of breathability. Designed to be paired with arm warmers during changeable conditions, it comes with a storm guard to keep wheel spray away, venting so you don’t overhead plus reflective detailing.
Shimano Tiagra 4700 groupset was £529.99 now £284.99
Read more: Shimano Tiagra 4700 review
There’s some big offers on groupsets – the newly re-designed Tiagra would be an excellent option if you’re building up a winter bike.
If a full groupset isn’t quite what you’re after, there’s a host of deals on Shimano parts such as chains and cassettes here.
If you’re looking for offers to help fuel your winter training, then Wiggle has plenty of these on gels and electrolyte drinks – check out these deals:
- High5 Mixed Gel Packs, 10 gels now only costs £5.99, saving 50% – see the deal here.
- SiS Go Electrolyte 1.6kg tub is now discounted by 30%, costing just £18.19 – see the deal here
- SiS Go+ Caffeine gels (30 pack) now discounted by 35%, costing £37.05 – see the deal here
Look KEO Classic 2 pedals were £51.99, now £14.99
Read more: Look KEO Classic 2 review
Look’s dependable Classic 2 pedal is currently 71% off in the summer sale. The Look KEO Classic 2 has a new bi-injected body with a dimpled support surface to ensure excellent stability for the foot. Spring tension is adjustable from 8 to 12 allows any type of user to find the fit that best suits and is ideal for beginners.
Poc Ventral Spin helmet were £270 now £108
Available in seven colours! If that isn’t enough to sway you, then this helmet is based around safety being the main focus of this helmet, but it is also ultra lightweight, so you aren’t weighed down by a heavy lid.
Unlike other brands that use safety technology called MIPS, Poc has developed its own which it has called SPIN. Much like MIPS, this technology is designed to protect the skull and brain by taking the bulk of the impact of any crash.
More deals coming?
With Black Friday deals cropping up all over the internet already – including at Wiggle’s cousin Chain Reaction Cycles – we were surprised to see that the retailer hasn’t yet renamed its sale section. However, as well as a host of discounts, it has launched an Autumn Spend and Save where customers get £25 off a £100 spend and £40 off £150 baskets.
Of course, we can expect the Black Friday deals to start landing, in November.