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.
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).
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.
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Here are some of the best sale items we’ve spotted…
dhb Merino Long Sleeve Jersey was £80 now £48
Merino is a wonder fabric – it’s super warm whilst staying breathable and light, and it doesn’t pick up whiffs at all.
Wiggle’s in-house brand dhb has a selection of merino kit reduced, including the classic long sleeved jersey which will serve well on cold but dry winter days.
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.
Pinarello Dogma F8 Framesets were £3899.99, now from £1999.99
Read more: Pinarello Dogma F12 review
The frameset Team Sky took to several Tour de France victories. Wiggle has every variation on the Dogma F8 available with over 40% off including the Xlite, disc brake and distinctive suspension K8S versions.
Buy now: Pinarello F8 and F10 framesets
Altura Thermo Elite Gloves were £39.99 now £19.99
Warm gloves are an essential component to a winter wardrobe, and these thermal finger warmers from Altura are windproof and touch screen compatible.
Knog Light Pop R Rear was £12.99 now £3.59
A simple 5 lumen rear bike light which runs off AA batteries and attaches via a rubber band. There’s several flash modes and this can work as a standalone rear option or an a back-up to keep in your commuting bag.
Prime RR-50 SE Carbon Clincher Wheelset was £799.99, now £499.99
Prime’s excellent carbon clincher wheelset is now available in a complete package including Hutchinson tyres and tubes. The Prime RR-50 SE Carbon Clincher Road Wheelset features an updated 50mm deep aero rim profile to provide strong aerodynamic properties, meaning you’ll go faster for the same effort. The wider 27.5mm external width leads to an optimised tyre to rim interface, which reduces rolling resistance and creates a greater contact patch for improved stability in corners.
Shimano groupsets: 45% off Shimano Tiagra and 40% off Dura Ace
Read more: Shimano Dura Ace 9100 review
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, whilst the Dura Ace will only ever suit a bling new race bike for the 2020 season.
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.
Giro Empire SLX road shoe was £289.99, now £172.99
Read more: Giro Empire SLX road shoe review
The Giro Empire SLX shoes are some of our favourite cycling kicks on the market. The premium Evofiber upper is really comfortable as is the lace retention system. Pair this to the Easton EC90 carbon fibre sole and you got a shoe that strikes the balance between performance, comfort and style.
High5 Mixed Gel Packs are on a 40% discount meaning 10 gels now only costs £4.19 – see the deal here.
SiS Go Electrolyte 1.6kg tub is now discounted by 40%, costing just £12.99 – see the deal here
SiS Go+ Caffeine gels (30 pack) now discounted by 40%, costing £32.39 – see the deal here
Look KEO Classic 2 pedals were £51.99, now £29.99
Read more: Look KEO Classic 2 review
Look’s dependable Classic 2 pedal is currently 42% 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.
MET Manta helmet was £180 now £64.99
Read more: Met Manta review
The Zephyr has always been a very impressive helmet. The Manta’s extremely aerodynamic and low profile shape provides unsurpassed performance in the wind tunnel with a saving of 10 watts at 50km/h compared to other aero road helmets. Whilst the strategically placed Airflow Converge vents and NACA crown vents ensure your head is kept cool without increasing drag. It’s also really light; weighing in at only 200 grams, the Manta is the lightest closed aero helmet on the market.
Vittoria Rubino Pro clincher were £47, now £24.99
Vittoria’s Rubino Pro could well be the ultimate fast training and endurance tyre suited for all conditions. Extra puncture protection provides reassurance over even the roughest roads. Oh and did we forget to say that this deal is for a PAIR? That’s right, two Vittoria Rubino Pro tyres for just over twenty quid.
Scicon AeroComfort 2.0 TSA bike bag – was £548.99, now £260.99
Read more: Scicon AeroComfort bike bag review
If you’re planning to take in an early season training camp in 2018, you’ll want a robust, quality bike bag to get your machine through the airport in one piece. Scicon bags are the choice of the pros and the AeroComfort means that you don’t have to unbolt too much from your bike to make it baggage handler-proof.
LifeLine TT-01 turbo – was £99.99, now £49.99
Buy now: LifeLine TT-01 turbo for £49.99
If you are dipping your toe into indoor training, or just want a cheap warm-up device for before races, the LifeLine TT-01 turbo gives you remotely adjustable magnetic resistance in a budget package.
Resistance levels go up to 800 watts, for a proper workout and you get a front wheel riser to keep the bike level.