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Cycling deals: Shop now or wait until Black Friday?

Black Friday cycling deals
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Here at Cyclingnews, we are dedicated to finding the best Black Friday cycling deals for our readers. No longer are cyclists around the world wondering if there will be any good Black Friday cycling deals. Instead, we're all holding fire on our big-ticket purchase, expecting to save ourselves a bit of cash.

It might feel like Black Friday is still a while away yet, but it's no longer a day-long or even a weekend-long event. For the past few years, a select few cycling retailers have launched their cycling deals right at the start of November, turning Black Friday into a month-long event. Here at Cyclingnews, we predict the same will happen in 2020, which means the Black Friday cycling deals are almost upon us. 

So should you buy now, or wait until the official Black Friday date of November 27th? In our opinion, it depends on what you're shopping for. 

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1. Top Deals USA
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3. Accessories
4. Bikes
5. Cameras
6. Clothing
7. Components
8. Electric Bikes
9. GPS Computers
10. Helmets
11. Kids' bikes
12. Lights
13. Power Meters
14. Shoes
15. Smartwatches
16. Turbo Trainers
17. Wheels
18. Other

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Shop now or wait for Black Friday?

Using our crystal balls, we can predict what is likely (and unlikely) to be discounted this Black Friday, to help give you an idea of whether you should pull the trigger now, or wait it out. 

Products that have high demand are unlikely to be discounted, and worse still, they might not be available at all come the end of November. We're talking things like turbo trainers, commuting gear and bikes. 

For turbo trainers, we don't expect there'll be much stock around at all. As the Northern hemisphere heads into winter, demand will increase naturally, but added to that, Europe and North America look to be heading towards new lockdown measures, which could close factories and halt production. Therefore, if you find a discounted model that matches your needs, snap it up quickly. The stock situation of bikes will be similarly scarce. Deals will probably still be available, so just be sure you're not getting sucked in by the percentage discount, and ensure you're actually getting a bike you'll enjoy (and ride). 

Conversely, judging by what happened on Amazon Prime Day, we expect to see huge Garmin deals, especially on older models like the Edge 1030 and 520 Plus. The same can be said for action cameras, and smartwatches. If you're looking for this sort of product, then we recommend holding fire. If you're in desperate need and can't wait, we've put a few of today's best deals in the roundup below, but if you're in no rush, then waiting until the end of November is likely to save you money. 

We'll be sure to bring you all of the best cycling deals as well as great Black Friday bike deals when they become available, but if you don't want to wait, keep scrolling for today's best cycling deals. 

Top Deals USA

Continental GP5000 twin pack | 54% off at ProBikeKit
Was $157.49 | Now $72.50
Some of the best road bike tyres available, these GP5000 are the clincher tyres (non-tubeless). They're supple, fast and offer great puncture protection. You can get a pair of them at over half price, in sizes 23c right up to 32c. View Deal

Giro Empire ACC | 65% off at Jenson USA
Was $300.00 | Now $104.99
A great deal on the Empire ACC shoes, with the silver colour option having sizes ranging from EU39 to 41. View Deal

Oakley Sutro Prizm | 30% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $166 | Now $116.20
Just as stylish on the bike as off, the Oakley Sutro has taken the cycling world by storm. With a big shield on the front, the O-Matter frame stays well out of your range of view, and the Unobtanium on the nose keeps them stuck to your face — even when your pouring with sweat. Grab a deal on the polished white with vented lens colourway. View Deal

Prime RR-28 carbon - Disc | 43% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was $699.99 | Now $399.99
A carbon clincher wheelset in disc-brake guise. Available with both black or white labels, and Shimano/SRAM freehub compatibility.

There's currently an extra $20 off with code CLEAR2020View Deal

3T Discus C35 Team Stealth Wheelset | 66% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was $1,919.79| Now $661.99
These wide 25mm IRD carbon wheels from 3T are a perfect wheel upgrade for both road and gravel riders who are looking for a wheelset with more performance.View Deal

FSA Powerbox Power Meter Chainset | 49% off at Pro Bike Kit
Was $1,506.49| Now $754.99
Having access to power data is a huge advantage for structured training and Pro Bike Kit has discounted these FSA dual-sided power meter cranks by 43%. Compatible with Shimano or SRAM systems and connect with either ANT+ or Bluetooth.View Deal

Elite Drivo Turbo Trainer | 32% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was $1,199.99 | Now $819.99
Getting ready for your winter training or interested in exploring the world of Zwift, CRC has a great 32% off the Elite Drivo trainer. Get on this one quickly as they will likely get snapped up quickly.View Deal

Top Deals UK

UK: Garmin Edge 130 | 42% off at Amazon UK
Was £169.99 | Now £99.00
Save big on a feature-packed Garmin Edge 130 GPS-equipped bike computer in this deal from Amazon.View Deal

3T Discus C25 Pro Wheelset (with WTB Tyres) | 65% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was £849.99| Now £296.99
For those looking for a second set of 650b gravel wheels or to go road plus for extra comfort need to check out this 3T/WTB bundle from CRC. Pairing 3T's tubeless Discuss wheelset with a set of 47mm WTB Horizon for comfortable riding on gravel and broken road.View Deal

Prime RR-28 carbon - Disc | 48% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was £599.99 | Now £309.99
A carbon clincher wheelset in disc brake guise. Available with both black or white labels, and Shimano/SRAM freehub compatibility. 

There's currently an extra £10 off with code CLEAR2020View Deal

3T Discus C35 Team Stealth Wheelset | 65% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was £1,449.99| Now £506.99
These wide 25mm IRD carbon wheels from 3T are a perfect wheel upgrade for both road and gravel riders who are looking for a wheelset with more performance.View Deal

Elite Drivo Turbo Trainer | 28% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was £999.00 | Now £719.00
Getting ready for your winter training or interested in exploring the world of Zwift, CRC has a great 28% off the Elite Drivo trainer. Get on this one quickly as they will likely get snapped up quickly.View Deal

Accessories

Cinelli Gel Cork | 41% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $21.95 | Now $12.99 
With three colours (black, white and blue), this cork bar tape is a great budget option for freshening up your front end. View Deal

Selle SMP Grip bar tape | 64% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $49.00 | Now $17.49
You probably never would've spent $49 on white bar tape, however easy-clean it may be, but $17.49 is a little more doable. Luckily, black is also available.View Deal

OrangeSeal tubeless rim tape | 51% off at ProBikeKit
Was $49.99 | Now $24.49
If you're a tubeless convert, then this tubeless tape from OrangeSeal is one for you. With 60 yards of the stuff, you'll have enough tape to convert around 15 pairs of wheels.  View Deal

SKS P45 Longboard fenders | 50% off at Rei
Was $50.00 | Now $24.93
Another winter-friendly addition to your ride, the SKS Longboard is one of the best fenders we've ever used, and would recommend it at full price, so to get it at half price is even better.View Deal

Oakley Sutro Prizm | 30% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $166 | Now $116.20
Just as stylish on the bike as off, the Oakley Sutro has taken the cycling world by storm. With a big shield on the front, the O-Matter frame stays well out of your range of view, and the Unobtanium on the nose keeps them stuck to your face — even when your pouring with sweat. Grab a deal on the polished white with vented lens colourway. View Deal

Oakley Jawbreaker Photochromic | 40% off at ProBikeKit
Was $268.99 | Now $160.99
The Photochromic lens is perfect for dusky days, and paired with the Jawbreaker frame, they're removable, so you can just swap your lenses in and out as the conditions change. View Deal

Oakley Radar EV| 46% off at Pro Bike Kit
Was $203.49| Now $111.49
Sometimes simple is best, and that exactly what the Oakley Radar EV offer. The simple blade sunnies see the frame raised above the nose piece to prevent it from entering your field of view, and the Prizm Road lenses are vented to stymie would-be condensation. The frames are made from O-Matter and the nose piece and ear stocks from Unobtanium. Better still, the Matte Black with Prizm Road lens currently has a whopping $92 off the list price. View Deal

Bikes

Retailers are often offering road bike deals to clear out their old stock with new bikes arriving all the time. Below, you'll find a few of today's best deals, but if you're looking for more, check out our roundup of the best road bike deals, where we have the best available prices for some of the most popular road bikes. We've also put together a guide to the best Specialized bike deals.

Cannondale Topstone Ultegra RX2 gravel bike | 15% off at Rei
Was $3,300.00 | Now $2,804.73 
One of the best gravel bikes we've tested, the Topstone Ultegra RX is set up with 700c wheels, tan wall tyres, an Ultegra groupset and Cannondale's clever Kingpin suspension.View Deal

Cannondale Synapse Neo 1 Electric Bike | 24% off at Rei
Was $5,000.00| Now $3,799.73
One of the best electric road bikes available, and now you can get it in sizes S, M, L or XL with a handsome 24% off. View Deal

Merida Scultura Limited | 21% off at Tredz
Was £2,800.00 | Now £2,200.00
Available in sizes S, SM, ML and L, this Scultura from Merida is a great all-rounder. With a carbon frame, Shimano Ultegra components and easy-to-maintain rim brakes, it's ideal for anyone looking for a traditionally designed road bike with modern technologies. View Deal

Giant TCR Advanced SL 0 Disc | 15% off at Cyclestore
Was £8,998.99 | Now £7,649.14
Giant recently released the 2021 TCR, and, as such, the outgoing models are quickly given discounts. Here's your chance to save over £1,000 on a WorldTour level bike. Choose from sizes M or L.View Deal

Cameras

Whether you fancy yourself as the next YouTube vlogging sensation or you simply want evidence in the event of driver-aggravation, a GoPro is likely to be your first choice action camera brand. Our GoPro needs will be different to other sports - battery life, low-light quality and mounting options are likely to be more important than dive depth, for example - so we've considered that when finding deals for you.

Our roundup of the best GoPro deals will provide you with the tools to decide which GoPro you need, along with the best deals available today. 

DJI Osmo Pocket | 25% off
Was $399.00 | Now $299.99
The DJI Osmo Pocket is a great tool for shooting video, thanks to its auto-gimbal stabilisation and 4k footage. You can have it at under $300, although for Prime Day, Amazon threw in a charging case, so maybe hold fire to see if they repeat that on Black Friday. View Deal

DJI Osmo Action | 35% off
Was £329.00 | Now £213.52
Taking on the market domination of GoPro, DJI makes it into our guide to the best action cameras. It was given 41% off for Prime Day, so it might be worth hanging fire on this one. View Deal

Clothing

Alpecin Fenix cap | 40% off at ProBikeKit
Was $24.99 | Now $14.99
Sadly, this cap won't make you as fast as Van der Poel. But that doesn't mean you won't look as cool. At 40% off, in a style that will complement most kits, why not treat yourself. View Deal

Defeet Wooleator 6in Sock | 27% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $21.95 | Now $15.99
The image might be a little small to notice, but that's a snowman on cycling socks... if you're not already sold, then how about a 27% saving and a range of other colours available. View Deal

Sealskinz Hydrostop Sock | 20% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $42.45 | Now $33.97
If you're looking to keep your toes warm, then SealSkinz has long been a go-to choice. While $34 might still be big bucks for a pair of socks, you can't put a price on warm, dry feet after five hours of cycling in sub-zero temperatures... trust us on that. View Deal

Rapha Overmitts | 70% off at Wiggle USA
Was $130.00 | Now $39.00
When temperatures get really low, these Rapha Overmits will feel like the best purchase you have ever made. Available in 2XS.View Deal

Castelli Prosecco R women's base layer | 40% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $74.95 | Now $44.95
This women's base layer is available in sizes XS and L. Even though it'll probably be hidden beneath other layers (except perhaps on the turbo trainer), it's better than the traditional boring black or white base layers. View Deal

Santini Vega overshoes | 53% off at ProBikeKit
Was $98.49 | Now $45.99
Sadly, winter is coming, so if you're riding outside, you'll want to wear somethign to keep the chill off toes. This is limited to size XS, but if that suits you, then you can enjoy 53% off. View Deal

45NRTH Nokken Gloves | 20% off at Rei
Was $65.00 | Now $51.93
Remember back before the times of Zwift when winter meant getting cold and wet? If that's still you, then luckily you don't have to suffer your choices, as these are some of the best winter cycling gloves available and you can now have them at 20% off. View Deal

Santini US national champs women's jersey | 44% off at ProBikeKit
Was $104.99 | Now $57.99
Some might baulk at the idea of wearing a national champs jersey without having won the race, but let's be honest, you'll look bloomin' cool rocking this Trek Segafredo stars and stripes jersey. View Deal

Sportful Bora TDF jersey | 36% off at ProBikeKit
Was $111.49 | Now $70.49
Peter Sagan and co unveiled a new jersey at the Tour de France. Here it is, available for sale, at a sizeable 36% off in all sizes. View Deal

Specialized SL Air jersey | 40% off at Jenson USA
Was $120.00 | Now $71.95
A well-fitting aero jersey that is available in size XL. 40% off is a great deal, and the yellow is a good choice for the safety-conscious. View Deal

Assos LS.SkinFoilSpring/Fall_s7 base layer | 25% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $99.00 | Now $74.25 
One for the XS riders, this Assos SkinFoil base layer is designed for spring/fall time of year, but we've found it comfortable down to minus five degrees Celsius. View Deal

Castelli RoS Shoe Cover | 20% off at Backcountry
Was $99.95 | Now $79.96
With sizes ranging from S to XL, there should be sizes for most. However, be aware that Castelli's overshoes size up very small, so check the size chart.View Deal

Sportful Fiandre light NoRain jersey | 51% off at ProBikeKit
Was $157.49 | Now $80.49
A short sleeve jersey designed for those wet and warm autumn days. Now at over half price in sizes S and XL. View Deal

Assos SJ.BlitzFeder Jacket | 55% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $189.00 | Now $84.95 
One of the best waterproof cycling jackets available, this one from Assos is available at half price. It's limited to people who wear size extra small, but if that's you, enjoy this premium kit at a budget price.View Deal

Castelli Vela Vest | 40% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $199.95 | Now $119.97
While it might look as though you're dressing for a spaceman fancy dress party, this Castelli vest uses Dyneema to offer absolute warmth on the coldest of days, while packing down to the size of a lime. View Deal

Sportful Bodyfit Pro Jacket | 40% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $249.95 | Now $149.96
One of the best cycling jackets we've tested, the Bodyfit Pro is great for when the temperatures drop. It's available in all sizes with a huge 40% saving. View Deal

Endura Deluge II | 59% off at Wiggle
Was £49.99 | Now £20.00
If like us, you hate getting cold and wet hands when out on a ride, then the aptly named Deluge gloves from Endura are a must. They're limited to those with smaller hands, though. View Deal

dhb Aeron Tempo Waterproof 2 Jacket | Up to 20% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was £80.00 | Now from £64.00
With waterproof properties that can shake it with jackets twice the price, this is an excellent jacket with 20% off in black or green.View Deal

Components

Schwalbe Pro One tubeless tyre | 60% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $85.60 | Now $34.34
Schwalbe's Pro One is renowned as one of the best tubeless road tyres, and while it used to be a pretty expensive choice, you can now pick them up at under $35 in either 23c or 25c. View Deal

Shimano 105 shifter/brake set | 35% off at Jenson USA
Was $310.00 | Now $199.99
If you're going to update the disc brakes on your bike to a quality, budget, hydraulic system, then there's no better place to look than Shimano's 105 range. And if you can get it at 35% off, even better!View Deal

Tyre twin packs | View more at ProBikeKit
ProBikeKit has taken the best road bike tyres and bundled them into pairs in order to save you money. You can get a pair of Continental GP5000 for $72.50View Deal

Electric Bikes

Love them or loathe them, E-bikes are here to stay. For as long as they increase the number of time that people spend on bikes, the Cyclingnews team think e-bikes are a positive addition to the world of cycling. That said, not all e-bikes are made equal, a cheap e-bike is unlikely to stand the test of time and ultimately cost more in the long run. Taking advantage of an electric bike deal is a good way to get a quality product without paying the full asking price. Below we've highlighted our favourite deals of the moment, but head over to our roundup of the best electric bike deals for more. 

Orbea Gain M20I Ultegra Di2 2019 | 36% off at Jenson USA
Was $5,799.00 | Now $3,699.99
Despite its unassuming aesthetic, this is a fully-fledged performance road e-bike with a carbon frame, Di2 and disc brakes. Available in XL across three colours.View Deal

Pinarello Dyodo Gravel Ultegra | 30% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $8,000.00 | Now $5,600.00
Boasting Grand Tour-winning pedigree, the Pinarello brand is one of the most sought after. So when they launched a gravel e-bike, we were excited. The aero carbon frame and Ultegra groupset suggest this bike will be no slouch both on- and off-road.View Deal

Raleigh Centros Tour | 15% off at Leisure Lakes Bikes
Was 2,550.00 | Now £2,167.50
Raleigh is one of the longest-serving brands in the bike industry so it's safe to say it knows a thing or two about making great bikes. The Centros Tour is designed for city riding and comes with a 500WH battery for maximum rangeView Deal

Orange Surge 29 | 20% off at CycleStore
Was £7,500.00  | Now £6,000.00
A long-travel enduro or downhill bike with electric assist that will happily keep up with the best bikes on the downhill, before showing them its dust on the climbs. Size large only, and at £6,500 it's not cheap, but it does see a saving of £1,500.View Deal

GPS Computers

USA: Garmin Edge 130 | 16% off at Amazon USA
Was $199.99 | Now $167.95
This budget computer is a great entry point into cycling data and staying connected while on the bike. Amazon has been steadily increasing the price over recent weeks, and it saw half price for Prime Day, so hold fire as we expect another huge price drop when Black Friday hits. View Deal

Garmin Edge 1030 | 25% off at Amazon
Was $599.99 | Now $447.02
The Edge 1030 was given a huge 50% off in the USA over Prime Day, so we expect a similar discount on Black Friday. If you're in the market and can wait until then, we suggest doing so, it could save you hundreds of dollars. 

Garmin Edge 1030 reviewView Deal

Garmin Edge 130 | Buy now from Halfords
Was £169.00 | £99.00
Garmin’s Edge 130 packages an attractive list of features, for a very fair price. Training programs can be sourced and synched from Garmin Connect or Training Peaks, whilst physiological parameters such as VO2 Max and heart rate can be integrated and viewed, too. Although the display is not in colour, its graphics have crisp contrast and are easily readable – even in direct sunlight. Enjoy exploring? This Garmin device can also create a breadcrumb map when you are doing that, enabling easy navigation back home.View Deal

Helmets

If you're trying to save some money on a cycling helmet, you should never do so at the expense of quality, and Cyclingnews would advise against buying second hand or from an untested brand. Therefore, buying a discounted brand-name helmet is a good way to ensure safety while saving money.

If you're looking specifically for a helmet deal, we have a dedicated Cheap bike helmets page where we've collated the best deals. 

Bern Brentwood 2.0 helmet | 21% off at Rei
Was $70.00 | Now $54.93
If you're one of the millions of people who have taken to two wheels for the commute this year, then this Bern helmet might be up your street. Designed with street style and maximum safety in mind, it's available in a range of sizes and colours.  View Deal

Giro Synthe MIPS helmet | 20% off at Jenson USA
Was $225.00 | Now $179.99 
Don't scrimp on your bike helmet. If you're looking for safety and a saving, then this Giro Synthe might be just the ticket. Available in size small at 20% off. View Deal

Lazer Bullet aero helmet | 30% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $259.95 | Now $181.97
Given this is the same helmet as worn by Jumbo Visma and Team Sunweb, it's safe to say it's a top-quality helmet. If you wear a size large, then you're in luck and you can have it at 30% off. View Deal

Giant Rev Comp | 22% off at CycleStore
Was £49.99 | Now from £38.99
The Rev is designed by Giant as a helmet for everyday road riding. Available in size 53-61cm in a choice of black or white. View Deal

Specialized Airnet Red/Black - 2019 | 12% off at Hargroves Cycles
Was £75.00 | Now £65.99
The Specialized Airnet is an impressive mid-priced helmet high on comfort and with good ventilation. Size large in red/black only but representing a great value deal for this quality helmet.View Deal

Abus Aventor | 51% off at ProBikeKit
Was £130.00 | Now from £74.99
The Abus Aventor is available at ProBikeKit in all sizes and four colours, The highest you'll pay is £89.99 which is still a saving of over 30%.View Deal

Kask Mojito X Road Helmet | Up to 20% off at Wiggle
Was £119.00 | Now from £95.20
The well-revered Kask Mojito helmet is available in a range of options at Wiggle, where the choice spans various sizes across 12 different colours.View Deal

Kask Protone Grand Tour | 50% off at Wiggle
Was £199.00 | Now from £99.00
This semi-aero helmet from Kask is one of the most popular helmets available, and for good reason. It's one of the best road bike helmets we've tested and it's now available at £139.00. There are three Grand Tour colourways to honour the Tour, Giro and Vuelta.View Deal

Giro Aeon | 44% off at ProBikeKit
Was £169.99 | Now £110.99
A super-airy helmet with low weight and extreme comfort, it's easy to forget you're wearing it. With a saving from £59, this Giro Aeon is available in a range of sizes. View Deal

Abus Gamechanger | 53% off at ProBikeKit
Was £179.99 | Now £117.49
The Abus Gamechanger is one of our favourite aero helmets, even at full price we consider it a worthy investment, but now you can get it in a choice of four colours across three sizes. View Deal

Kids' bikes

USA: Strider 12 Pro | 18% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $169.99  | Now $138.99
Starting the kids off with a balance bike is one of the best ways to teach them how to use a bicycle, getting them used to steering before they're ready to pedal. This Strider Pro is a great deal at 18% off.View Deal

Cannondale Trail 12 Kids' Balance Bike | 20% off at Rei
Was $200.00 | Now $159.73 
Available in two colours, this Cannondale balance bike comes with 12 inch wheels, and alloy frame and a lefty fork... because why not. View Deal

UK: WeThePeople Prime 12 | 28% off at Tredz
Was £230.00  | Now £165.00
Balance bikes might be considered a little bit boring at times, but not this one! Designed to replicate a BMX, this model from WeThePeople is possibly the coolest we've seen. View Deal

Lights

Brighten up your day with some great deals on bike lights. No matter the time of year, or even time of day, if you ride on the roads, it's recommended that you ride with a bike light. It will never be a detriment to your ride, and a flashing LED has been proven to increase your visibility among traffic - which will undoubtedly increase safety. Here's our roundup of the latest deals on bike lights. 

Lezyne Micro Drive 600XL / Strip lightset | 36% off at ProBikeKit
Was $104.99 | Now $66.99
For safety on the city streets as the nights draw in, you should definitely be using a set of lights. 600 lumens is more than bright enough to keep you visible on gloomy days, and the 150-lumen Strip rear light will ensure you're seen from behind, too. View Deal

Cateye Volt 1700 front light | 11% off at Wiggle
Was £179.99 | Now £159.99
One of the brightest road-going lights available with a wide beam that won't simply blind your road-going peers. Buying a light this bright might be considered overkill, but buying a Volt 1700 can be considered an investment in your safety. View Deal

Power Meters

You don't need to be chasing that Cat 1 license to warrant buying a power meter. We've all heard the claims that a power meter is one of the most beneficial training tools, but they can be equally useful for finding imbalances between legs, prevent overworking in physiotherapy and rehabilitation, and can even be used when comparing the difference between the aerodynamic efficiency of two positions.

Avio Powersense Power Meter | 38% off at ProBikeKit USA
Was $260.99 | Now $159.99
This unit requires a bit of effort, but it can save you money. It's a strain gauge that you'll need to fit onto your own bike's left-hand crank to convert it into a power meter. Compatible with Hollowtech II Shimano cranks. View Deal

Pioneer Left-Arm Power Meter Installation Kit | 38% off at Clever Training
Was $499.99 | Now $310.49
This single leg power meter is designed as an installation kit for your existing cranks. You ship your crank off to Pioneer, they professionally fit it, then send it back.  View Deal

Shoes

Need a new pair of cycling shoes? Well, you're in luck! With new innovations being added to cycling shoes every year, there are some great discounts on a huge range of cycling shoes.

Shimano SH-XC5 shoes | 70% off at Jenson USA
Was $150.00 | Now $44.99
With limited sizing of EU36 and 37, they're restricted to those with smaller feet with a penchant for gravel or mountain biking. View Deal

Giro Empire ACC | 65% off at Jenson USA
Was $300.00 | Now $104.99
A great deal on the Empire ACC shoes, with the silver colour option having sizes ranging from EU39 to 41. View Deal

Giro Empire ACC | 58% off at Jenson USA
Was $275.00 | Now $114.99 
While the deal doesn't cut the same mustard as the other Giro Empire deal, this one is for a pair of white shoes, and many would argue it's white or nothing.View Deal

Shimano RP9 | 20% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $300.00 | Now from $240.00
With availability spanning three colours and a full spectrum of sizing, there's sure to be something here for all of us.View Deal

Giro Factor Techlace - Men's| 30% off at Backcountry
Was $349.95 | Now $244.95
Not content with one or even two closure systems, the Giro Factor Techlace mixes it up with no fewer than three: Velcro, laces and Boa-style dials. It turns out this is a good idea, as it features the best of both worlds: the shoes are super comfortable and allow for lots of fit adjustment. They're also at a very, very good price with this deal.View Deal

Bont Vaypor + | Up to 38% off at ProBikeKit
Was $471.99 | Now from $311.99
The best price is limited to a few colour variants, but the majority still see a saving of 25%. There's good stock available, with sizes ranging from EU39 to EU48, and six colours available.View Deal

Giro Empire ACC Women's shoes | Up to 56% off at Wiggle
Was £259.99 | Now from £114.39
Here's a great offer on some women's Giro Empire ACC shoes. Sizes are limited, but you can't ignore a well-over-half-price deal. View Deal

Smartwatches

Garmin Forerunner 35 | 42% off at Amazon
Was $169.99 | Now $99.00
Designed for runners, yes, but that doesn't mean there isn't a crossover into cycling. It can connect to Garmin connect, control your music, measure your heart rate and more. The 'Frost Blue'
colour gets the best deal, but four colours exist with savings. View Deal

Garmin Vivomove 3 | 28% off
Was $249.99 | Now $179.10
This smartwatch from Garmin retains the timeless analogue display while offering the functionality of a touchscreen display. It can track your usual metrics like steps and heart rate, but can also offer things like sleep tracking and stress levels. It's now yours with 28% off. View Deal

Garmin Fenix 5 Sapphire | 40% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $749.99 | Now $449.99
For those that are looking for a durable smartwatch to not just record bike rides but take on a variety of activity tracking, perfect for those with multiple hobbies that require fitness tracking.View Deal

Garmin Forerunner 45 | 14% off at Amazon.co.uk
Was £169.99 | Now £146.90 
This one went as low as £109 over Prime day, so if you're in the market for a Forerunner, we'd recommend holding your horses until then. View Deal

Turbo Trainers

Turbo trainers have seen a huge explosion in popularity due to COVID-19, so deals are very rare at the moment. If you're shopping for a turbo trainer, head over to our cheapest Zwift setup page, where we've ordered available turbo trainers by price. Alternatively, if you're unsure which to go for, check out our full roundup of the best turbo trainers.

Blackburn Fluid | 25% off at ProBikeKit USA
Was $299.95 | Now $234.00
A fluid trainer with a progressive resistance curve. The Fluid is slightly quieter than the equivalent mag trainer and has unlimited levels of resistance. View Deal

Elite Drivo Turbo Trainer | 28% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was $999.00 | Now $719.00
Getting ready for your winter training or interested in exploring the world of Zwift, CRC has a great 28% off the Elite Drivo trainer. Get on this one quickly as they will likely get snapped up quickly.View Deal

Wheels

The best road bike wheels can be a pretty hefty investment, so it makes sense to save yourself some cash and take advantage of retailers' cycling deals, here's our roundup of the best. 

Prime RR-28 carbon - Disc | 43% off at Chain Reaction
Was $699.99 | Now $399.99
This disc-brake wheelset is available with black or white labels to best match your bike.View Deal

Other

Blackburn Bottle Opener | 38% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $11.95 | Now $7.39
Not everything that cyclists do has to be serious, aero, lightweight, watt saving and leg shaving. Sometimes, we too just sit down and enjoy a cold one. View Deal

Foundation BB tool | 35% off at Jenson USA
Was $29.99 | Now $19.50
Foundation Tools might not have the brand reputation of Park or Unior, but if you're a home mechanic looking for a decent tool at a brilliant price, then you can't go wrong with this deal. View Deal

Theragun G3 | 25% off at Clever Training
Was $399.00 | Now $299.00
Whether you're pushing your body to its limit with your cycling, or simply want a massage without a trip to the spa, then a Theragun might just be the answer. They're a great way to loosen up stubborn knots or stiff necks after spending all day every day at the office. View Deal

When is Black Friday?

Black Friday takes place the day after Thanksgiving. For 2019, this means Black Friday will be held on November 29th, with Cyber Monday following on December 1st. Both will undoubtedly deliver the best cycling deals you're likely to see all year. 

How long do Black Friday cycling deals last?

The Black Friday cycling deals are usually available until the end of Cyber Monday - which this year is on November 30th. However, each individual deal will be subject to available stock, and with this year's increased demand for cycling products, we don't expect deals will last very long at all.  

More cycling deals

If you're not specifically after a new bike, but you're still looking for cycling deals, then we've got you covered. 

The list below overviews our ecosystem of articles dedicated to finding the best deals available. We've got deals pages tailored to road bikes, electric bikes, clothing and more. As well as retailer-specific deals pages such as Wiggle and Evans Cycles. We've even got a page dedicated to GoPro cameras. 

Where to find your own cycling deals?

Competitive Cyclist is one of the largest cycling retailers in the US. Their cycling sale is ongoing and there are deals aplenty. 

ProBikeKit often slashes prices on Castelli clothing, Scicon bike boxes, and an abundance of accessories including power meters and lights. 

BackCountry, the US outdoor sports retailer, is one of the United States' go-to online retailers for bikes, components, clothing and accessories. It doesn't limit itself to cycling though, with fishing, skiing, and even yoga in the range of sports catered for.

Jenson USA is another USA-based retailer and always has thousands of offers available.

Rei is an outdoor retailer based in the USA. There's always a sale, and you can currently get up to 64% off cycling products and even more in other categories.

Gear sells a whole host of outdoor gear, but its cycling offering is what's interesting to us, such as these Smith Optics Flywheel glasses on sale.

Gear Coop has a huge cycling section within its sale, including Giro shoes and Look pedals with handsome discounts. 

Seshday has up to 80% off in its sale. It's not all cycling, but there's a good portion of tech that cyclists of both road and mountain bike disciplines will get excited about. 

Clever Training is the go-to place for all-things fitness training. With everything from turbo trainers to track pumps, the Clever Training sale has discounts on brands such as Garmin, Suunto, Topeak and more.

Moosejaw isn't a dedicated cycling retailer, but it sells a range of venerable brands. There's a heap of bikes on sale, including gravel, road, and electric commuting bikes. 

Eastern Mountain Sports is another outdoor retailer that also sells cycling products. You can save up to 60% on cycling gear, although they don't sell bikes. 

Tree Fort Bikes has a range of road, gravel and mountain bikes on offer, including a number of bikes from Salsa, Surly and Giant. 

Alchemy Bikes currently has its 'roll into summer sale' and with it comes $1000 off select bikes and $1500 off the ARKTOS 27.5.

Walmart might be a left-field inclusion in this list - even with the Walmart family buying Rapha. We certainly wouldn't recommend a typical supermarket bike, but Walmart has a huge range of electronics, a lot of which are useful to us cyclists - such as GoPro cameras, iPads or laptops for Zwift, Garmin computers, or even some new clippers to keep your legs silky smooth.

Wiggle is one of the world's largest online cycling shops, supplying over 70 countries with cycling deals. 

Chain Reaction Cycles is owned by Wiggle, and therefore shares many of the same cycling deals as well as an international audience.

Evans cycles is one of the oldest cycling retailers in the world, it is a British company that services the world via its online store. For even more deals, check out our Evans Cycles deals.

Amazon isn't exactly the first retailer you think of when shopping for your bike but there's little the world's largest retailer doesn't sell, such as tablets for Zwift or Garmin computers.

Tredz is another British retailer with international delivery options and a range of great cycling deals.

Rutland Cycling is yet another British retailer that operates internationally.

Tweeks Cycles is more UK-focussed, but there are still some great deals worth checking out. 

Hargroves Cycles is a retailer based in the UK and regularly discounts road and gravel bikes.

Cyclestore, one of the UK's lesser-known retailers, often has Specialized products at the best available price. 

Leisure Lakes is another UK retailer. With 11 stores, it's a relatively well-known franchise, and will happily ship overseas.

Halfords is discounting all sorts of cycling products. We'd recommend against their bikes, but for electronics and tools, you can't go far wrong. 

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