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Another batch of affordable cycling products coming to an Aldi near you later this month

Aldi’s latest Special Buys cycling bargains are coming to a store near you this month, with online pre-orders available from 23rd September and in shops on the 30th. Aldi’s cycling sales are always popular as they combine decent performance with very low prices, and this latest sale looks to have some stupendous bargains.

The range this time includes clothing aimed at the autumn and winter weather, equipment and accessories from turbo trainers for avoiding the rain to pumps and saddles.

Smart Helmet (3)

The Livall Mt1 Smart Helmet (£79.99) not only offers protection and ventilation, but integrated Bluetooth speakers let you listen to music or take phone calls without having to stop pedalling. There are also LED turning signals to help you stand out.

Indoor Bike Trainer (5)

Indoor training has gotten really popular in recent years, and the Indoor Bike Trainer (£49.99) is a good entry-level option. It has six resistance levels on the magnetic flywheel and the steel frame should ensure its stable and it also folds away with storage.

Speed Cadence Sensor (3)

If you want to track your speed when cycling the Speed and Cadence Sensor (£19.99) does that whilst also monitoring your pedalling cadence. It connects to Aldi’s own Crane Connect App so you can track your ride distance, speed, altitude and calories burned.

Rechargeable High Power Bike Lights (3)

If you cycle through the winter you need some good lights, like the Rechargeable High Powered Bike Lights (£14.99), and if you’re commuting you’ll be interested in the U-Shackle Bike Lock (£9.99) to ensure your bike is where you left it.

Dressing for bike rides at this time of year is a tricky old business, but the versatile Convertible Cycling Jacket (£19.99) doubles up as a gilet with its zip-off arms to help you deal with whatever the weather throws your way.

Mens Ladies Cycling Wind Jersey With Merino (2)

The Hooded Cycling Jacket (£24.99) is waterproof and windproof but designed for really wet days is the aptly named Cycling Rain Jacket (£19.99). You can combine with Waterproof Over Trousers (£14.99) for the daily commute.

Cycling tights (2)

A merino base layer is a favourite option with many of the road.cc team, so the Cycling Wind Jersey With Merino (£19.99) and the Merino Sports Base Layer(£16.99) look like a really good foundation for your cycling outfit. It’s soft next to the skin and works well to regulate your temperate, and doesn’t pong between rides making it ideal for commuting to work.

The clothing range also includes all the essentials like arm warmers, socks, overshoes, waterproof socks, headbands and neck warmers.

Here’s the full price list:

Product Description

Price

Livall Mt1 Smart Helmet

£79.99

Cycling

Product Description

Price

Indoor Bike Trainer

£49.99

M/L Hooded Cycling Jacket

£24.99

M/L Convertible Cycling Jacket

£19.99

Speed & Cadence Sensor

£19.99

M/L Cycling Rain Jacket

£19.99

Floor Bike Stand

£16.99

Rechargeable High Powered Bike Lights

£14.99

M/L Waterproof Over-Trousers

£14.99

M/L Cycling Tights

£13.99

High Performance Bike Lights

£12.99

U-Shackle Bike Lock

£9.99

Reflective Cycling Set

£8.99

Folding Bike Stand

£8.99

Saddle Bag Tool Set

£8.99

Memory Foam Saddle Assortment

£8.99

M/L Seamless Cycling Base Layer Top

£6.99

Weatherproof Cycling Gloves

£5.99

Muc-Off

£3.99

Bike Saddle/ Tail/ Dual Bike Lights

£2.99

ERGONOMIC Cycling Socks (Watres)

£2.99

Cycling Merino Collection

Product Description

Price

M/L Cycling Wind Jersey With Merino

£19.99

M/L Merino Sports Base Layer

£16.99

Sports Accessories With Merino

£5.99

Merino Blend Cycling Socks

£4.99

Cycling Pro

Product Description

Price

Heavy Duty Overshoes

£14.99

Waterproof Breathable Socks

£12.99

Neoprene Cycling Gloves

£9.99

David has worked on the road.cc tech team since July 2012. Previously he was editor of Bikemagic.com and before that staff writer at RCUK. He's a seasoned cyclist of all disciplines, from road to mountain biking, touring to cyclo-cross, he only wishes he had time to ride them all. He's mildly competitive, though he'll never admit it, and is a frequent road racer but is too lazy to do really well. He currently resides in the Cotswolds.