Christmas bike sales 2022: our handpicked selection of the best deals

Looking for a bargain this festive season? Here's a collection of the best deals we found across GPS units and watches, shoes, clothing and much more!

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With Christmas day approaching it's time to start looking for suitable presents for the cyclist in your life. 

If you're after a bike-themed Christmas gifts and need a little inspiration, you can check out our Christmas gift guide just over here.

However if you're on the hunt for a bargain then you're in the right place. We've collected all the best deals on bikes, clothing, training tech and accessories and placed them here, making it easier for you to navigate.

We'll continue to update the page to make sure that you're getting access to the best deals out there. 

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Garmin Edge 130: was $200 (opens in new tab)

Garmin Edge 130: was $200 now $149.99 at REI (opens in new tab)

Compact in size with black and white maps instead of the colour ones of its bigger, more expensive siblings, the Edge 130 was given five stars by our reviewers and is popular and super affordable – even more so now that REI has taken 25% off.

Elite Direto XR: was $1,000 (opens in new tab)

Elite Direto XR: was $1,000, now $599.93 at REI (opens in new tab)

This smart turbo might lack some of the refined qualities of its more expensive sister trainers but we found it still a great value-for-money package when we reviewed it last year. We found it responsive and it's power readings reliable.

Garmin Forerunner 245 Music:  was (opens in new tab)

Garmin Forerunner 245 Music: was $349.99, now $184.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Arguably the Edge 530 of Garmin's GPS watch range, it provides the heart rate and GPS tracking you need for an effective workout across a huge range of sports – as well as storing music and other smartwatch functions. The performance versus price ratio is particularly good with this model.

4iiii Precision 2.0 - 105: was $274.99 (opens in new tab)

4iiii Precision 2.0 - 105: was $274.99 now $227.49 at Pro Bike Kit USA (opens in new tab)

One of the cheapest and easiest ways to start riding with power readings, the 4iiii's offering is an excellent value for money option. 4iiii is now on the third iteration of it's crank-based power meters, and as such, the 2nd version is on a great discount. When we tested the 2.0 version we found it to be reliably accurate and robust, and so would highly recommend sticking with this model given how much cheaper it is compared to the latest model right now. 

Garmin Fenix 6 Pro:  was $599.99 (opens in new tab)

Garmin Fenix 6 Pro: was $599.99 now $401.70 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Packed with features, the Fenix 6 does everything you might want. Beyond just tracking your rides and runs (along with many other sports) it comes preloaded with TOPO maps to help guide you on your way. To drill into the details, you can read our review here.

Fitbit Sense Advanced Smartwatch:  was $299.95 (opens in new tab)

Fitbit Sense Advanced Smartwatch: was $299.95, now $129.95 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
This Fitbit Sense has the ability to track all the usual fitness metrics, but also the capabilities to deep dive in to health data such as stress responses, monitor heart rhythm, and helping you stay alert if you fall out of set parameters. With on board GPS, Bluetooth for hands-free calls and built in Google Assist or Amazon Alexa, this could be the idea cross over fitness/ life organising watch.

Garmin Edge 1030 Plus:   (opens in new tab)

Garmin Edge 1030 Plus: now $599.99, now $399.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

We really rated the Garmin Edge 1030 when we reviewed it, finding it's features and functions very user friendly. It's one of the largest Garmin bike computers, but this does make maps and other data metrics, such as power, easy to read. It gains all of Garmin's nifty virtual coaching features, and is more off road friendly thanks to a specific mode setting. This discount is a fair one, but be aware that the brand has also just bought out it's latest flagship model the Garmin Edge 1040, making this no longer the range topper, meaning that discounted units are more likely in a few shops, so check the quick links above before you buy.

Fitbit Versa 2 Health and Fitness Smartwatch:  was $149.95 (opens in new tab)

Fitbit Versa 2 Health and Fitness Smartwatch: was $149.95, now $106.49 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The onboard GPS makes this more advanced than a regular fitness tracker, with real-time pace and distance visible. Keep on top of your health goals with the heart rate monitor and the ability to receive a daily readiness score, to make sure you fully rested. Google Assist or Amazon Alexa built in and 6 months Fitbit Premium trial to boot.

Garmin Instinct:  was $249.99 (opens in new tab)

Garmin Instinct: was $249.99, now $169.04 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Garmin Instinct is the brand's most rugged GNSS watch, designed and constructed up to US Military standard for thermal, shock and water resistance (up to 100meters) making this a great all rounder for anyone who's pretty tough on their equipment. Multi-satellite receiving should give you better pin point accuracy on tracking, ideal for dense forest or urban canyons. Tracks all the usual fitness data and comes with an extra long battery life of up to 14 days between charges.

Saris H3: was $1,099.99 (opens in new tab)

Saris H3: was $1,099.99 now $731.78 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

It might not have quite all the fancy extra features as the top end Wahoo and Tacx models do. But if gravel simulation and compatibility with a front riser unit are just gimmicks you don't need – then why pay more?  It's a great value option that's made all the better by the current hefty discount. You can read our full review of the Saris H3 here.  

Wahoo Kickr Snap turbo trainer: was (opens in new tab)

Wahoo Kickr Snap turbo trainer: was $499.99, now $399.99 at Competitive Cyclist (opens in new tab)

The advent of direct drive indoor trainers means that there are plenty of deals to be had on wheel-on trainers, just like this Kickr Snap from Wahoo. For those with less space the folding design makes it an ideal choice, while still offering the smart technology associated with direct drive trainers. In fact, in our guide to the best turbo trainers we rated it as the best non-direct drive machine on the market.

Garmin Vivoactive 4:  was $329.99 (opens in new tab)

Garmin Vivoactive 4: was $329.99, now $179.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Probably the best GPS crossover watch for anyone wanting a more subtle ride/gym fitness tracker. Monitor the usual movement data, along with energy levels, menstrual cycle, sleep, hydration and more. Download your own music playlist (subscription required),and either track or follow a workout on the screen. Safety and incident detection onboard with real time location sent to emergency contacts.

Beats Studio Buds: was $149.95 (opens in new tab)

Beats Studio Buds: was $149.95, now $99.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

If bone conduction isn't for you and noise cancelling is a higher priority – Beats' Studio Buds are a great option for hard workouts. Lightweight and unobtrusive, they're super comfortable – and with an IPX4 rating, they're sweat resistant too. 

Exposure Diablo MK12 Front Light: was $271.00 (opens in new tab)

Exposure Diablo MK12 Front Light: was $271.00, now $229.20 at Walmart (opens in new tab)

We're massive fans of Exposure lights here at Cycling Weekly. They may be expensive, but the build quality and longevity is unrivalled. Pretty much every model we've tested has made it straight into our best bike light buyer's guide – this particular model has been reviewed by our sister site MBR (opens in new tab)as a helmet mount option. But at 1,800 lumens, it also makes a compact handlebar mounted option for road riding and commuting. 


Garmin HRM-Dual:  was $69.99 (opens in new tab)

Garmin HRM-Dual: was $69.99, now $51.40 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
A heart rate monitor is one of the affordable ways to start tracking your performance and accurately quantifying the gains you are making. The ability to track your training load makes it much easier to ensure you’re doing the right amount – not too little and not too much.

LifeLine Heart Rate Monitor: Was $56.49 (opens in new tab)

LifeLine Heart Rate Monitor: Was $56.49, now $22 at Wiggle (opens in new tab)

If you're shopping for heart rate monitors on a budget, LifeLine's offering is a solid option. This product is lightweight and compatible with bluetooth and ANT+, meaning you can easily keep track of your data from all of your devices. Buy now and get 61% off. 

Tacx Neo Bike Smart:  was $3,199.99 (opens in new tab)

Tacx Neo Bike Smart: was $3,199.99 now $2,549.95 at Competitive Cyclist (opens in new tab)

Tacx has recently released an updated model – the Tacx Neo Bike Plus – which means that the original Bike Smart is now available at some pretty handy discounts. Sure, if you want crank lengths that are adjustable below 170mm, some redesigned shifters and a slimmer seatpost section, then by all means go with the new Bike Plus – it'll cost you a whopping $3,999.99 instead. You can check out how the Bike Smart stacks up against the competition in our smart bike buying guide here – it is one of the best.

Garmin Varia cycling Rearview:  was $149.99 (opens in new tab)

Garmin Varia cycling Rearview: was $149.99, now $129.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
The Rearview system from Garmin pairs with either a Garmin bike computer or your smartphone to alert you audibly, and visually and physically with vibration with a compatible Garmin head unit, to traffic approaching you from behind up to 153 yards (140 meters) away.

Elite Arion Mag Parabolic Folding Rollers: was $379.99 (opens in new tab)

Elite Arion Mag Parabolic Folding Rollers: was $379.99 now $284.95 at Competitive Cyclist  (opens in new tab)

We really liked these rollers when we had them on review. The smart tech they incorporate is very similar to that of an indoor trainer – the Zwift (and other indoor app) compatibility, the climbing simulation and the power data (although ours did overread significantly). We've checked the other cycling retailers and 25% is the best discount right now and much better than Amazon. Stock levels look good too.

De'Longhi EC885M Dedica Arte Espresso Machine: was $399.95 (opens in new tab)

De'Longhi EC885M Dedica Arte Espresso Machine: was $399.95, now $279.95 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Big savings on this super stylish machine that has a narrow 6in footprint but a 15bar pressure so you can brew barista-quality beverages at home before or after your ride.

Sunny Health & Fitness indoor exercise bike: $299.99 (opens in new tab)

Sunny Health & Fitness indoor exercise bike: $299.99 $169.87 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

It's a basic option, but at this price the ideal way to keep you moving through the dark winter months when outdoors doesn't have the same appeal. It's all mechanical so no extra draw on electrics, but you might want to jump on a virtual spin class for motivation  

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Adidas The Velosamba Vegan Cycling Shoes: was $130 (opens in new tab)

Adidas The Velosamba Vegan Cycling Shoes: was $130 now $78 at Adidas (opens in new tab)

These were a most wanted pair of casual cycling kicks for a long time, so now to find them with an over half price saving is a seriously good deal.  Our Adidas Velosamba reviewer really liked them, so act quick as they are going pretty fast.

Castelli Alpha RoS 2 jacket: was (opens in new tab)

Castelli Alpha RoS 2 jacket: was $392.60, now from $163.00 at Wiggle (opens in new tab)

Castelli's Alpha RoS 2 jacket is a great all-rounder that can handle the variety of temperatures you're likely to encounter during your winter rides. Thanks to the Gore-Tex fabric it's both wind and water proof but still breathable, with other neat features such as back vents and double-layer cuffs. It's little surprise that it's featured in our guide to the best winter cycling jackets. However, Castelli quality comes at price, making this detail especially attractive.

Rapha Women's Lightweight Trail Tank Top: was $70 (opens in new tab)

Rapha Women's Lightweight Trail Tank Top: was $70, now $20 (opens in new tab) at REI

As is often the case, though there are heavy discounts on Rapha clothing at REI most is not available in a full size run, like this. With a looser fit to a traditional jersey it's great for gravel rides or more relaxed days out.

Specialized S-Works EXOS Road Shoes: was $425.00 (opens in new tab)

Specialized S-Works EXOS Road Shoes: was $425.00, now $212.45 at Specialized US (opens in new tab)

Weighing just 150 grams, these S-Works are incredibly lightweight and our tester found they're very comfortable too thanks to the flexible upper. A Boa dial is used for fastening up these climbing shoes and stiffness wise these are pretty efficient too, rated only two lower on the stiffness index than the S-Works 7 (opens in new tab)s.

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Adidas The Parley Road Road Shoe Boa: was $200 now $80 at Adidas (opens in new tab)

The Parley road shoe features a breathable Primeknit sock alongside a BOA dial that enables a micro-adjusted fit and fiberglass reinforced midsole for efficient power transfer. This is now lower than the Cyber Monday price!

Adidas The Road Shoes: was $160 (opens in new tab)

Adidas The Road Shoes: was $160 now $96 at Adidas (opens in new tab)

The only thing that really stopped the Adidas Road Shoes from getting top marks when we reviewed them was the price, and with this reduction it this pushes them right up the list.  There are three colours on offer including black with white stripes - and this is the lowest price we've seen to date.

Oakley Jawbreaker Dual Lens Photochromic sunglasses: was (opens in new tab)

Oakley Jawbreaker Dual Lens Photochromic sunglasses: was $337.40, now $177.00 at Wiggle (opens in new tab)

Oakley's Jawbreaker is a design classic that's still relevant today. For a start it helped usher in the the' large lens with full coverage' trend that dominates today - just check out our guide to the best cycling sunglasses for proof, as well as read out review of the Jawbreaker. This deal is particularly special, thanks to the dual lens offering giving you a photochromic lens that adjusts to changing light conditions as well a clear lens for rides that require protection from bugs and debris rather than sunlight!


Fizik R3 Aria:  was $337.40 (opens in new tab)

Fizik R3 Aria: was $337.40, now from $159.85 at Amazon (opens in new tab) 

Benefitting from a full carbon outsole, the power transfer is much more direct, so you're not wasting your watts just twisting the shoe. Also featuring twin Boa dials, it's much easier to find a secure fit which doesn't pinch. This is a recent price drop so grab them if you can.

Fizik Tempo R5 Overcurve:  was $149.99 (opens in new tab)

Fizik Tempo R5 Overcurve: was $149.99 from $60.01 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
We’ve been quite impressed with Fizik over the years for producing wallet friendly shoes that still offer great performance. While we haven’t reviewed these particular shoes, we have the Tempo R5 with the Powerstrap closure and the Tempo R4 Overcurve and so are confident in the quality of these shoes – and especially for the current price.

 Adidas The Padded Cycling Bib Shorts: was $140 (opens in new tab)

 Adidas The Padded Cycling Bib Shorts: was $140 now $84 at Adidas  (opens in new tab)

As with many of the Adidas range now, the Padded Cycling Shorts are constructed using 40 per cent recycled materials.  There's men's and women's fits on offer, which include gender specific padded inserts. Both of which have a decent size range still on offer, but only the black with white stripes colourway. A further drop in price now sees them under the $100 mark.

dhb Classic Thermal Bib Tights: was (opens in new tab)

dhb Classic Thermal Bib Tights: was $100, now $56.00 at Wiggle (opens in new tab)

In our guide to the best bib tights we highlight the virtues of a good pair of bibs and their central role in getting you through the winter months. Dhb's Classic bib tights are a great example, featuring brushed Roubaix fleece to keep you warm, a comfortable chamois pad with a relief channel for long miles and reflective details to help you stay seen in low-conditions. At retail they're a great value pair of tights but at this price they become a truly standout deal .


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Adidas The Padded Cold.RDY Cycling Bib Tights: was $180 now $144 at Adidas (opens in new tab)

The men's and women's thermal, wind and water resistant bib tights are available in black and currently across a full range of sizes. 

Adidas The Cold.RDY Long Sleeve Cycling Jersey Women's: (opens in new tab)

Adidas The Cold.RDY Long Sleeve Cycling Jersey Women's: was $150 now $120 at Adidas (opens in new tab)

The off-set zip makes this close fitting fleece jersey ideal to team with a water proof outer layer when the weather becomes foul. Sizes  extra small to extra large are currently all in stock, but only in the pinkish colour, which is actually called Wonder Red, with white stripes. 

Giro Empire SLX Road Cycling Shoes: was $404.80 (opens in new tab)

Giro Empire SLX Road Cycling Shoes: was $404.80, now from $200.00 at Wiggle (opens in new tab)

Giro's Empire SLX road shoes are a premium product with a price tag to match. However, with a Christmas discount they become far more affordable so you can benefit from their featherweight one-piece upper, secure lace-up design and carbon sole without breaking the bank. This price has dropped by a further $46 recently.

Fizik Tempo Powerstrap R5 road shoes: was $103.99 (opens in new tab)

Fizik Tempo Powerstrap R5 road shoes: was $103.99, now from $58.49 at Probikekit (opens in new tab)

Fizik's Tempo Powerstrap shoes use a clever velcro fastening system that wraps around the entire foot for improved fit and comfort. The R5 model benefits from a nylon composite outsole that's designed to be flexible as well as lightweight without compromising pedaling efficiency. 

Fizik Tempo R5 Overcurve:  was $149.99 (opens in new tab)

Fizik Tempo R5 Overcurve: was $149.99, now from $60.01 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
We’ve been quite impressed with Fizik over the years for producing wallet friendly shoes that still offer great performance. While we haven’t reviewed these particular shoes, we have the Tempo R5 with the Powerstrap closure and the Tempo R4 Overcurve and so are confident in the quality of these shoes – and especially for the current price.

Fizik X5 Terra Cycling Shoe - Men's: was $149.99 (opens in new tab)

Fizik X5 Terra Cycling Shoe - Men's: was $149.99, now from $94.98 at Competitive Cyclist (opens in new tab)

Gravel shoes not only work well on the trails but also make sense for winter road riding and commuting, when the tread can help you navigate wet and mucky roads. Fizik's x5 Terra shoes have aggressive traction lugs on the sole and use a BOA L6 dial for a micro-adjustable fit. A solid shoe and now at an improved price.


Fizik R3 Aria:  was $337.40, (opens in new tab)

Fizik R3 Aria: was $337.40, now from $159.85 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
A step up in cycling performance, the twin Boa dials make it much easier to get a secure fit which doesn’t pinch. Featuring a full carbon outsole, the power transfer is much more direct, not wasting your watts just twisting the shoe. A recent price drop sees them now under $160.

dhb Merino Long Sleeve Jersey: was $115 (opens in new tab)

dhb Merino Long Sleeve Jersey: was $115, now $78.00 at Wiggle (opens in new tab)

Dhb's long sleeve merino jersey is a versatile piece of kit. Made from a 170gsm wool blend it helps regulates your temperatures across a range of seasons, keeping you warm when you need it but allowing you to breathe when things hot up. It features a full-length zipper, three rear pockets and some reflective details, making it well suited to long days in the saddle. A true three-season jersey!

Castelli Explore Velocissimo Bib Tights: was $144.30 (opens in new tab)

Castelli Explore Velocissimo Bib Tights: was $144.30, now $70.00 at Wiggle (opens in new tab)

Made from a thermoflex fabric and featuring a Kiss Air 2 pad and mesh bib straps, the Castelli tights are warm, comfortable and breathable. Other notable features include zippers at the ankles and reflective details. A great pair of tights at any price but a genuine steal with this discount.

Specialized S-Works Prevail II Vent: was $250.00 (opens in new tab)

Specialized S-Works Prevail II Vent: was $250.00, now $124.95 at Specialized (opens in new tab) 

The Vent is the cooling-focused version of Specialized's highly rated Prevail - the brand removed seven foam 'bridges' to create more effective ventilation channels. And a lightweight version of the MIPS safety system is used too, with perforations and a ripstop mesh for maximum breathability. 

Santini Mago bib shorts: was $137.49 (opens in new tab)

Santini Mago bib shorts: was $137.49, now from $59.49 at Probikekit (opens in new tab)

Christmas is an ideal time to start building your summer wardrobe, grabbing bargains for the year ahead. Santini's Mago bibs are great hot weather shorts, featuring lightweight and breathable materials as well a comfortable NAT chamois pad. Another neat detail are the two small pockets on each leg, perfect for gels and snacks.

Endura Hummvee Waterproof Pants: was $124.99, (opens in new tab)

Endura Hummvee Waterproof Pants: was $124.99, now $65 at Wiggle (opens in new tab)

We really liked the Endura Hummvee Pants when we had them on review. Yes, they're more water resistant than waterproof, but their durability and versatility for everything from city commuting to winter gravel riding was excellent. For options with a bit more waterproofing, do check out our guide to the best pants for cycling.

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Castelli Sorpasso RoS Limited Edition Bib Tight: was $239.99, now $154.99 at Backcountry  (opens in new tab)

We haven't reviewed the men's version of these tights, but we have tested the women's – so we can comment on the performance of the fabrics if not this exact cut and fit. They were toasty warm, as hinted at by the RoS moniker, they really do perform come rain or shine – they are waterproof enough to fend off a shower, but still breathable enough for hard efforts in the dry. There is currently availability in all sizes – but only in blue.

Santini Neo Blast neoprene winter gloves: was $56.49 (opens in new tab)

Santini Neo Blast neoprene winter gloves: was $56.49,  now $28.49 at Probikekit (opens in new tab)

The Neo Blast is just want you want from a true winter glove. It's warm as well as being both wind and waterproof, without being bulky. Other handy features include a long cuff and silicone grippers on the finger and palm for improved control and bar feel, even in the cold and wet

Castelli Puro 3 long sleeve jersey: was $99.99 (opens in new tab)

Castelli Puro 3 long sleeve jersey: was $99.99, now from $79.00 at Wiggle (opens in new tab)

The Puro is designed to keep you warm and visible, which makes it a great fit for your winter riding. The thermal fabric helps to trap heat in but has breathable properties too, while the fluro colour and reflective details help you to stay seen in low light conditions. A further drop in price sees it under $80.

Lazer Sphere MIPS helmet: was $168.99, (opens in new tab)

Lazer Sphere MIPS helmet: was $168.99, now from $122.49 at Probikekit (opens in new tab)

The Sphere boasts 18 vents to keep you cool in warm weather but also has the option of adding the Aeroshell during the colder months. It also features MIPS technology to protect against rotational forces during an accident and a handy sunglasses dock.

Castelli Finestre Jacket: $239.99, (opens in new tab)

Castelli Finestre Jacket: $239.99, now from $106.99 at Jenson USA (opens in new tab)

Castelli's Finestre jacket uses Gore-Tex Infinium Windstopper fabric to provide plenty of warmth and protection but also breathability. The combination make it ideally suited to hard or sustained efforts in challenging weather conditions. Other highlights include a full-length zip, three rear pockets and a reflective panel on the rear - and you can the price reduction to this list too.

Specialized Deflect Reflect H20 Women's Jacket: $250 (opens in new tab)

Specialized Deflect Reflect H20 Women's Jacket: $250 from $137.49 at Jenson USA (opens in new tab)

The Specialized Deflect Reflect H20 Women's Jacket is made with Deflect 2.75-layer woven fabric that's wind and water resistant , features fully taped seams but is still breathable. Low light conditions are a given at this time of year, making the jacket's hi-vis print a huge bonus - the reduction in price is yet another one.  

Castelli Perfetto RoS 2 Limited Edition Jacket - Men's: was $279.99 (opens in new tab)

Castelli Perfetto RoS 2 Limited Edition Jacket - Men's: was $279.99, now $194.99 at Competitive Cyclist (opens in new tab)

The Perfetto RoS jacket has a loyal fan base - including here at Cycling Weekly - and with good reason. The Gore-Tex Infinium fabric protects against the wind, rain and cold but the Perfetto still fits and feels much like a regular race-fit jersey. Castelli quality comes at a price but this deal allows you to improve your winter cycling wardrobe without breaking the bank.

Specialized SL Bib Short - Women's: $149.99 (opens in new tab)

Specialized SL Bib Short - Women's: $149.99 now $74.95 at Backcountry (opens in new tab)

A reliable pair of bibs make a huge difference to the enjoyment of a ride. Specialized's SL bib shorts use a HookUp magnetic closure for ease of entry and its own Performance Body Geometry 3D chamois for comfort over long distances. Elsewhere the fabric is designed to both breathe and stretch as well as providing protection against UV rays. 


Gore men's Phantom Gore-Tex Infinium Jacket: $192.36 (opens in new tab)

Gore men's Phantom Gore-Tex Infinium Jacket: $192.36 $75.89 at Amazon (opens in new tab)

Ideal for cool days and highly versatile there's the option of zipping off the sleeves of this windbreaker to convert it into a short sleeve jersey. It's water repellent too.  

Gore Men's C5 Thermo Cycling bib tights: $170.00   (opens in new tab)

Gore Men's C5 Thermo Cycling bib tights: $170.00  now from $139 at Amazon (opens in new tab) 

These should get you through the worst of winter on the bike thanks to the DWR (water repellent) protection, and Gore's own Windstopper fabric where it's need to keep the chill off. 

Giro Cylinder II shoes: Was $159.99, (opens in new tab)

Giro Cylinder II shoes: Was $159.99, now from $80.00 at Sigma Sports (opens in new tab)

The attributes of many mountain bike shoes make them ideally suited for gravel riding too - just like Giro's Cylinder II. Available in two colours, it features a rugged outsole with rubber lugs for better grip when hike-a-bike is necessary as well as reinforcements in both the heel and toe for improved durability. A secure and comfortable fit is achieved via a BOA dial and a velcro strap. At well under $100 it's a deal that saves you over 40% on the original price.


Castelli Squadra Stretch Jacket: Was $70.00 (opens in new tab)

Castelli Squadra Stretch Jacket: Was $70.00, now from $33.00 at Sigma Sports (opens in new tab)

A wind jacket is a staple of any cycling wardrobe and Castelli's Squadra Stretch is a good example of why. Easily stored in a pocket or bike bag when not in use, the Squadra can be called on to provide some protection on chilly starts, long descents or whenever the wind gets up. It benefits from a full length zipper, a high collar and breathable mesh side panels as well as reflective details to make your more visible.

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Kona Rove AL 650 SE Gravel Bike: $1300 (opens in new tab)

Kona Rove AL 650 SE Gravel Bike: $1300 from $510.00 at Chain Reaction (opens in new tab)

Kona's Rove AL 650 SE is ideally suited for gravel racing, bikepacking and commuting thanks to its lightweight but durable 6061 Aluminium frame that has mounts for fenders, a Shimano Claris 2x8-Speed drivetrain paired with reliable Tektro Mira mechanical disc brakes, and 650x47c WTB Venture Comp tires that provide plenty of comfort and grip over a variety of terrain. 

Hyper E-Ride Electric Bike:  was (opens in new tab)

Hyper E-Ride Electric Bike: was $698, now $398 at Walmart (opens in new tab)

If you're shopping on a tight budget, the $400 Hyper E-Ride is likely to tick a lot of the boxes. This urban e-bike comes with a 36V battery that can last for up to 20 miles of assisted riding. Walmart are only offering the blue colourway in their Christmas sale, with the black option still at full price. 

Norco Scene VLT:  was (opens in new tab)

Norco Scene VLT: was $3,599, now $1,799.94 at Jenson USA (opens in new tab)

The price of this urban e-bike has now been slashed by 50% with US retailers Jenson, sending it well under the $2,000 mark for the first time. This model is perfect for commuting and running errands around the city, with a step-thru frame and comfy saddle. Discounted by over $1,500, this is a great deal. 

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