Edit: it's now Cyber Monday, most of the deals below are still live and we'll be bringing you many more throughout the day. Feel the bargains!
While we can't say we feel too overly joyful at another annual celebration of mindless materialistic mayhem we wouldn't be doing our job properly if — as a cycling website that prides itself on giving you the best buying info — we didn't share some of the bargains available.
Despite our reservations there's a good chance today, spilling across the entire weekend at some outlets, is going to be the cheapest time of the year to buy that upgrade, Christmas present or new bit of kit you've been wanting for a while...
So, be sure to keep your eyes peeled on our live blog for the best Black Friday deals from across the cycling world...
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Tired and fatigued after your rides? You need a deep-tissue massage gun to put your muscles in their place and show them who's boss with recovery time!
Hargroves Cycles are definitely doing things right this Black Friday/Cyber Monday offering up to 60% off all parts and accessories.
Furthermore, you can save up to 40% off bikes and up to a whopping 75% off clothing!
This amazing deal ends at midnight tonight so what are you waiting for?
PROBIKEKIT have a huge sale this Cyber Monday where you can save up to 50% on all your favourite products!
Carrying on the Black Friday deals into Cyber Monday is Sigma with up to 35% off bikes and frames including some of the world's favourite brands such as Cannondale, Orbea, Trek and Specialized!
Tredz give you a bit of money off most times of the year if you spend a decent amount (you also get a fiver off for signing up to their newsletter year-round) but for Black Friday there are a few more options to save if you were looking to buy something or a few bits in the £50, £75, £100 or £200 price range anyway.
Simply enter the codes below at checkout to get the discounts applied - there are also a few other very good standalone deals across the Tredz site, including an absolute bargain price of £299.99 on a Lapierre Shaper 1.0 hybrid bike (click here to see this deal) and £330 off the classic Marin Gestalt X10 gravel bike, down to just £925.00 (click here to see this deal)
If you're after some power pedals, there are a couple of Black Friday deals out there to save a bit of cash on this pretty big ticket item - Favero rarely has its Assioma power pedals on sale, but right now they're down from 569 to 479 euros on the Favero website. Even with your post-Brexit import fees (shipping is free) we think that will work out less than the £599.99 UK RRP, but if you'd rather not deal with the faff then bikeinn currently have them discounted at £573.99.
If you're a Garmin fan then Sigma Sports currently have the impressive Garmin Rally single and dual-sided power pedals on sale. The single sided are down 18% to £449 with both Shimano and Look cleats, and the dual are down 22% to £729.
While it hasn't been bitterly cold in the UK yet this year, sometimes it's just better to be safe than sorry when it comes to keeping those fingers warm on the bike... and if you want to do that without spending too much, look no further than dhb's Extreme Winter gloves for just £18 this weekend.
Both waterproof and windproof, these gloves are usually £45 (they were £30 when we reviewed them way back in 2012) and for most of us, should see us through riding in winter without needing a liner underneath. You might not be able to send a text wearing them but you should remain dextrous enough to operate your gears and a head unit with relative ease...
As far as we can tell the discounts are already applied and it's not available on the Le Col/Wahoo indoor training collab kit, but across the rest of Le Col's site there are some good deals to be had if you're after a new jacket for the colder months.
Le Col's Pro Jacket II for fast riding in winter is down 50% to just £126.75, and the Pro wind jacket for more low teen-like temps is over half price at £80.44. Whether it's deep winter, wind or rain jackets you're after, the whole Le Col collection has some hefty discounts until Monday.
Rim brakes, disc brakes, whatevs... if you're building up a bike or just need a new groupset and fancy cutting the cost a bit without compromising your shifting performance, then you could do much worse than the very dependable Shimano 105 R7000 11-speed groupset. Usually £600, it's down to just £299.99 at Chain Reaction with short-ish 170mm cranks, a 50/34 chainset and 11-30t cassette. If you don't believe how good it is then go read our review, then come back here and click on the link if it's the gruppo for you. I can rhyme, all the time...
...we think it's called Cyber Weekend anyway, but who really cares? Because it's time to get real sexy and turn up the heat with some hot hot hot deals on inner tubes. How exciting! In all seriousness, pretty much all road cyclists need inner tubes whether you're tubeless or not, so if you do an annual stock-up or are just running low it's probably a good time to take advantage of some offers.
First up is one for the weight weenies, with Sigma lopping 51% off a pack of five Continental Supersonic road racing tubes to bring the price down to £32. That's still over six quid a tube I hear you say, but these ones weigh just 62g and while that's not Tubolito light, it's a far more affordable way to save weight on your bike.
If what you're after is just cheap cheap cheap, then we've got you covered too. The Maxxis Welterweight 700c tube with a 60mm valve is 57% off at Wiggle at just £2.99 a tube, and if you have a Brompton Wiggle also have the Continental Compact 16 on sale for just a quid each!
You can also grab Specialized standard 700c road bike inner tubes with short 40mm valves for just £2.99 a pop (57% off the RRP so we're told) and if you have race wheels that require long valves then Alpine Trek have a very good deal on Continental Race 80mm valve tubes - just £2.87 a pop, which is a whopping 65% off RRP.
Well apologies for the very late start today folks, nursing an epic gin hangover following a very depressing game of football last night... anyway, while you might have missed out on some Black Friday deals like 80% off everything at MyProtein (you can still get 50% off everything with the code CYBER at checkout though) there are plenty of good ones from yesterday that are still live and still pretty damn good bargains.
Just don't go buying things you don't need, and in return we will do our very best to only bring you deals that - to our knowledge - are genuinely better than you would get at other times of year... a sneaky thing some retailers do when trying to whip us all up into a bargain-hunting frenzy.
Without further ado, here are some great deals to start you off!
Sigma Sports has the Muc-Off Pressure Washer Bundle for £100 reduced from £169!
The bundle includes a Pressure Washer, three lances, two bottles of Bike Cleaner and Bike Protect, and a waterproof storage bag.
Muc-Off says, the "Pressure Washer is suited to cleaning both bicycles and motorcycles." All you need is a power source and water supply and you'll be able to get your pride and joy shining again.
To celebrate the launch of ICON3, we are making Black Friday truly special with 25% off ICON3 Rears and 30% off ICON3 Sets, as well as offering an £80 saving on BEAM+!
Just use the discount code BF2022 at checkout for ICON3 Rears or SETBF2022 for ICON3 Sets! Use BEAMBF at checkout for BEAM+
Madison Stealth Sunglasses are 60% off at £28 on Cyclestore, and come with 3 different lenses - Smoke Mirror + Amber + Clear.
Madison says, "the frameless Stealth offers a huge range of vision and maximum coverage. The sleek design works great for all types of riding."
Alé are offering big discounts on Wiggle across both men's and women's cycle clothing.
One of the biggest discounts can be seen on the Men's Green Speed Short Sleeve Jersey at 80% off for just £23.
You can grab an Alé Women's Gradient Jersey for a similar price, at 80% off for £22.
For a limited time, buy a Karoo 2 and receive a bundle valued at £460 for just £359. Only available now until December 21st, while supplies last.
The exclusive Holiday Bundle includes:
- FREE 60-Day Strava Subscription Trial
- FREE 60-Day Komoot Premium Trial
- FREE Hammerhead water bottles x2 (Inventory Low)
- Limited edition 'Solstice' colour-changing Karoo 2 Shell (Inventory Low)
Merlin Cycles has a collection of Kask road and MTB helmets on sale with big discounts to be found.
The Protone is one of Kask's best-selling models as it combines a supposedly aero shell with great ventilation. We just think it looks good.
If you're looking for a full-face MTB lid, the Defender offers the biggest saving at 60% off.
Take your ride further than before, with assistance from the Calibre Kinetic E-Bike. Constructed with a 250W hub motor, the Kinetic E-Bike can give you a top speed of 15mph. A handy LED display includes both a speed sensor and data panel that keeps you in control, whilst a heat sync downtube ensures the battery is both cool and safe.
Buy one now for just £999 before stock runs out!
To use Strava or Google Maps when you ride, or so you don't have to balance your phone on your stem when trying to use Zwift, Quad Lock says their bike mounts are the "lightest, strongest and most secure smartphone bike mount on the market."
Options are available to fit all iPhones, Galaxy, Pixel, and Huawei devices, as well as a universal fit bike mount.
Now live and ready to roll. Due to production lead times returning to normal, we’re stocked up early for next season and offering deals now to help keep our customers riding. Save up to 20%, plus a free gift on HUNT Wheelsets.
Be quick, as we've only a limited number of deals available. Don't see what you want right now? New deals will be added regularly so check back Monday.
See lots that you like? Great news - an extra £30 savings are available when you buy two or more qualifying wheelsets using code BLACKFRIDAY30
BLACK FRIDAY IS HERE & & you don’t want to miss it! To celebrate the occasion, Scribe Cycling has partnered with Hutchinson to giveaway a set of FREE FUSION 5 All Season Tyres with any in-stock Élan or Core Carbon Road Wheelset.
*Simply enter the promo code “SCRIBER22” to your order notes at checkout & the tyres are YOURS!! Offer ends 30th, November 2022 at Midnight GMT*
Switch to a tubeless ready set-up with this bundle from Prime. It includes a Prime RR-50 Wheelset, two Vittoria Corsa tubeless ready tyres and Lifeline sealant 150ml for £449.99 reduced from £799.99.
The Carbon Clincher equivalent Wheelset is also discounted at 33% off, priced at £399.99.
If you're looking for one of the best Black Friday sales then MyProtein have got up to 80% off across their site which includes loads of great nutrition products.
It's not all protein powders either. There are some great carb drink mixes, energy bars and gels too which would be ideal for fuelling those long winter miles that we've got to come. As well as gym clothing for those off the bike sessions.
Just use code BLACK
For those who didn't know we actually have a whole separate site for cycling deals called Dealclincher, but as it's Black Friday and we all love consumerism so damn much we've rounded all the best deals up on road.cc for you today through till the awfully-named Cyber Monday as well.
There's currently a takeover from the cycling retailer Merlin over at Dealclincher, where you can bag 30% off an Orro Terra C gravel bike (down to £3,500) and a whopping 64% off a De Rosa King Carbon frameset (down to £1,299).
The dependable Wilier Jareen gravel bike is also sneaking in at under the £1,000 price point, which is pretty extraordinary value considering you're getting a Shimano GRX 2x10 speed groupset on there. It's like Brexit and a pandemic never happened!
Elsewhere at Merlin, you can get 55% off the Castelli Nanoflex 2 bib tights, down to just £99, 48% off the Abus Aventor road bike helmet, down from £114.99 to £59.99 and you can also get this bench or wall-mounted bike repair stand for just £22.50. Bargain-in 'el!
"A day that is all about consumerism and buying things that we might not need. So what better juxtaposition, than to offer people free rides on our Brompton Bike Hire bikes."
Yep, you can get a free hire from Brompton's folding bike hire scheme today...
Using the promo code BLACKRIDEDAY new and existing customers can hire a Brompton for free from locations nationwide. Simply download the Brompton Bike Hire app and register your details (have a card and form of ID handy), apply the promo code and then hire from a locker that's convenient to you and return when finished. Beyond the day, bikes can be kept for 24 hours, a week or longer, depending on the need at just £5 a day.
Applying the promo code: Hit the settings button (top right) and select 'Redeem code'. Simply enter BLACKRIDEDAY and hit enter. Credit will automatically be applied to the account.
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With winter well and truly here in the UK it's dark, it's cold, it's wet and it takes an increasingly long time just to get dressed to go out on the bike... so maybe you're in the market for an indoor trainer?
Well, one (expensive) option is the previous gen Wahoo Kickr Smart Trainer, which is slightly less expensive — 35% less, to be precise — with Wiggle today...
When Dave reviewed the Kickr V5 a couple of winters ago, he concluded: "Wahoo's Kickr is one of the benchmark direct drive smart trainers, and this incarnation builds on previous versions with improved accuracy, no need for spin-down calibration, and Axis feet that provide a bit of side-to-side motion that makes the bike feel a bit more active underneath you."
There are only minor differences in the brand new V6 Kickr and that's still over a grand, so if you wanted a Kickr anyway it's unlikely they will drop much cheaper than this.
Getting us started... Chain Reaction has 60% off the Lezyne Macro Easy GPS cycling computer...
Admittedly when we tested the Macro Easy back in 2019 the £100 pricetag wasn't too appealing, but for £32... GPS devices don't come much cheaper.