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Cyber Monday cycling shoes: Save on Shimano, Fizik, Giro and more

Cyber Monday cycling shoes deals
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Cycling shoes are an entirely personal item and, due to fit requirements, what works for you might not work for the next person. However, to really decide what works for you, you need to use them, and to use them, you need to pay for them. This makes finding the right pair a potentially expensive endeavour. Luckily, by shopping for Cyber Monday cycling shoe deals, that expense can be cut drastically.

As part of our efforts to bring you the best Cyber Monday bike deals, we're rounding up the best Cyber Monday cycling shoes deals below. In the lead up we already found a great deal on some Shimano S-Phyre RC902 shoes, which has sadly now returned to the full price, but as of our latest update, there are savings on kicks from Specialized, Fizik, Sidi and more. We've got road and mountain bike shoes for readers across the USA and UK, and below that, we round up some of our favourite budget cycling shoes, just in case the Cyber Monday cycling shoes don't check all the right boxes. 

Investing in a pair of the best cycling shoes nowadays requires a lot of cash, so when Cyber Monday comes around it's the perfect time to grab yourself a bargain. Scroll down to see what we've found. 

Quick Cyber Monday deals

Today's best deals: USA

Today's best deals: UK

Cyber Monday cycling shoes: Road shoes USA

Popular deal

Fizik R1 Infinito Cycling Shoe | Up to 35% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $399.99 | Now from $260.33
Fizik's R1 Infinito shoe is a class-leader, with exceptional power transfer and an ultra-lightweight of 232g. You can currently save a bundle on them if you're quick.View Deal

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Shimano SH-RC901 S-Phyre road shoes | Up to 25% off at Backcountry
Was $425.00 | Now from $318.75
Since the RC902 was launched a couple of months ago, it's only right that the previous model has some serious discounts this Cyber Monday. If you like blue shoes and wear size 46, grab a pair of the previous generation Shimano S-Phyres for up to a third off the price from Backcountry.View Deal

Popular deal

Shimano S-Phyre RC9 road shoes | 25% off at Jenson USA
Was $425.00 | Now $318.75
It may be the same deal as that listed above, but unlike Backcountry, Jenson USA has the S-Phyre RC9s in Black and White, and in a range of sizes between 38 and 47, so there's a lot more choice.View Deal

Fizik Tempo R5 Powerstrap | Up to 25% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $119.00 | Now from $104.21
People have been snapping this deal up, and Competitive are only showing stock left in the reflective upper in size 38.5, 40.5 and 44. View Deal

Fizik R4B Road Shoe | 43% off at Wiggle
Was $200.00 | Now $114.00
Fizik's R4B road shoes are designed to be a go-to for race day, thanks to the laser-perforated Microtex upper that's light, durable and breathable, and the Boa IP1 and Micro Straps closure system for a precision fit. Only the black shoes remain in size EU 41 and 41.5.View Deal

Fizik R5 Artica Road Shoes | 33% off at Jenson USA
Was $200.00 | Now $134.99
Prepare your feet for the worst of the weather with Fizik's winter road cycling shoes, which feature its internal Speed Lacing system and a tough and lightweight carbon outsole. Most sizes are currently available.View Deal

Giro Empire ACC | Up to 50% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $299.95 | Now from $149.97
While the price is far cheaper at Jenson USA, the availability of sizes is much greater here, with a choice of three colors and all sizes, these lace-up shoes are as much a style icon as they are a great cycling shoe. View Deal

Sidi Genius SR7 Shadow Women's | 20% off at REI
Was $260.00 | Now $207.93
Stock is starting to get quite low, and the only sizes remaining are between 37 and 40, with half-sizes available in between. The Sidi Genius SR7 Shadow shoes are lightweight, with carbon soles and ratcheting buckles for a precision fit. Constructed with a women-specific last, it's been designed to support a narrower heel and a more tapered foot shape.View Deal

Pearl Izumi P.R.O. Leader v4 | 30% off at REI
Was $350.00 | From $244.73
These lightweight, stiff and breathable performance road shoes from Pearl Izumi feature seamless uppers that minimise pressure points for a comfortable fit. Discounts available in black and yellow and there are lots of sizes still in stock.View Deal

Bont Helix Road Shoes | Up to 44% off at ProBikeKit
Was $438.99 | Now from $246.49
The Bont Helix is available in an array of sizes, with discounts varying. Currently, the biggest reduction is 42% off size 43. Grab yourself a lightweight and stiff carbon race shoe while the going's good.View Deal

Cyber Monday cycling shoes: Road shoes UK

Best budget deal

dhb Dorica Road Shoe | 30% off at Wiggle
Was £85.00 | Now £59.50
Add a touch of class to your cycling wardrobe with the lace-up dhb Dorica shoes, available in black, white and grey, and with a full range of sizes in stock and on sale. There's also a carbon sole version available that's also 30% off right now.View Deal

Specialized Torch 2.0 Road Shoes | 21% off at Cyclestore
Was £165.00 | Now £129.99
These shoes are all about comfort and performance, designed to carry the necessary stiffness for efficient power output, while also cupping and supporting your foot in a way that's comfortable and sustainable over a long day in the saddle. Combining Body Geometry sole construction and the medium-stiffness FACT carbon sole, the Specialized Torch 2.0 road shoes are currently a bargain.View Deal

Specialized Torch 3.0 Road Shoes White | 22% off at Cyclestore
Was £220.00 | £170.00
If you found yourself baulking at the idea of spending over £200 on a pair of road shoes, now you can rest easy. The Specialized Torch 3.0 is the next level up from the deal listed above and comes with similar innovations while also featuring two Boa dials for on-the-fly micro-adjustment, a thermobonded mesh TPU and synthetic upper with specific zone comfort, and a Stiffness Index rating of 8.5.View Deal

Specialized Torch 3.0 Road Shoes | 22% off at Cyclestore
Was £220.00 | Now £170.00
Save £50 on a pair of Specialized Torch 3.0 road shoes, feature-packed with a FACT carbon sole for efficient power transfer, a comfortable and supportive synthetic upper, and Body Geometry sole construction with ergonomic footbeds.

Specialized S-Works Exos Road Shoes | 22% off at Cyclestore
Was £449.99 | Now £349.99
Weighing just a mere 150g, these S-Works Exos road shoes are the lightest ever to don a Boa dial. They may be light as a feather, but they also come packed with all the features you'd expect from some premium S-Works shoes: a specially-engineered carbon outsole, space-grade Dyneema mesh with CubicTec reinforcement, and a Warp Sleeve vamp in place of a toe box. WorldTour-level, and now £100 off.View Deal

Black Friday cycling shoes: MTB shoes USA

Pearl Izumi X-Alp Peak MTB Shoes | 30% off at REI
Was $150.00 | Now $104.73
These shoes were made for walking, according to Pearl Izumi. The X-Alp Peaks are designed to help you tackle both on- and off-bike sections. Currently sizes 39-41.5 are discounted at REI in Black/Shadow Grey.View Deal

Ride Concepts TNT Mountain Bike Shoes | 30% off at REI
Was $160.00 | Now $111.73
Ideal for riding outside your comfort zone, the TNT MTB shoes from Ride Concepts provide all the grip, protection, durability and comfort needed for most off-road riding.View Deal

Giro Empire VR70 Knit | 53% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was $275.99 | Now from $115.01
Giro's iconic knit fabric finds its way onto an off-road shoe, with high breathability and an ankle cuff for warmth. All sizes from 40-48 are currently in stock, with prices varying throughout the range, and some options low in stock.View Deal

Bont Riot+ MTB Shoe | 32% off at ProBikeKit
Was $219.49 | Now $149.49
The Bont Riot+ is an entry-level carbon composite MTB shoe that's heat moldable. All sizes from 39-48 are currently in stock, with prices varying depending on your choice of size and color. View Deal

Black Friday cycling shoes: MTB shoes UK

Giro Empire VR70 Knit SPD MTB Shoes | Up to 43% off at Tredz
Was £229.99 | Now £129.99
Nothing seems as cozy as a pair of mountain biking shoes with knit technology and a snug ankle cuff to keep the cold, the wet and the dirt out. With several colours and all sizes currently available, now's the time to get a great deal on these shoes.View Deal

dhb Troika MTB Shoe | 30% off at Wiggle
Was £80.00 | £56.00
The Troika is currently available in all sizes in both Black and Grey, so there are plenty of deals to be had here. They're designed to be comfortable, durable, and most importantly versatile, ideal for anyone heading off-road, whether it's on gravel paths, mountain bike trails, or the cyclocross course.View Deal

Specialized Tahoe Womens Bike Shoes  | 60% off at Cycle Store
Was £75.00 | Now £29.99
For any woman planning to take up mountain biking in the near future, you can't ask for a better deal on a pair of entry level MTB shoes. The Specialized Tahoe shoes are just a third of their original retail price, and are still available in sizes 36, 37, 38 and 40. Grab a bargain before they sell out.View Deal

Looking for more than shoes in the cycling sales?

If you're shopping for something specific and haven't found it here, don’t worry, Cyclingnews has loads of great cycling buying advice. We also have a number of deals roundups, where you can find deals on road bikes, e-bikes, helmets, turbo trainers and more:

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Best budget cycling shoes

Cheap cycling shoes: Bontrager Circuit

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Bontrager Circuit

Best for beginners

Cleats: Two-bolt, three-bolt | Retention: Boa, Velcro | Sole material: 85% Nylon, 15% Fibreglass

Two and three-bolt cleat compatibility
Only two colours to choose from

With its two- and three-bolt cleat compatibility, the Circuit shoes from Bontrager are great for beginners who might prefer the easier clipless action of two-bolt SPD pedals (mountain bike) vs the more secure hold of three-bolt SPD-SL (road).

The two colour choices might be a little limited, but both offer a stylish aesthetic at what is a reasonably affordable price point. The fibreglass-and-nylon-mix sole will offer a combination of comfort and stiffness, and the velcro strap combines with a Boa L6 dial to provide a secure, yet comfortable fit. 

Cheap cycling shoes: Fizik Tempo Powerstrap R5

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Fizik Tempo Powerstrap R5

Best for style

Cleats: Three-bolt | Retention: Velcro | Sole material: Carbon reinforced nylon

Comfortable multi-wrap velcro
Only two colours to choose from

Trickling technology down from the type of shoes worn by Fizik's sponsored team Movistar, the Tempo Powerstrap R5 shoes offer a great deal of that premium aesthetic at a surprisingly affordable price. Looks aren't everything though, so it's reassuring to know that, thanks to the wrap-over velcro straps, the Fizik shoes are super comfortable for most foot shapes. 

These cheap cycling shoes are anything but cheap when it comes to build quality, and the only shoe in this lineup to use carbon fibre in the sole, it's unsurprising to see the Fizik shoes tip the scales at just 255 grams. Not the lightest here, but not far off. 

There are four colours to choose from, and sizes range from a dainty EU36 to a plenty-big-enough EU48. 

Cheap cycling shoes: Mavic Cosmic

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Mavic Cosmic Boa

Best for light weight

Cleats: Three-bolt | Retention: Boa dial | Sole material: Nylon and fibreglass

Weight of 250g (claimed)
All four colours are nice
Narrow profile

Tipping the scales at a meagre 250 grams, the Cosmic Boa is a lightweight, narrow shoe with a well-ventilated sole and a breathable upper. 

Retention is actioned by a single L6 Boa dial, which operates a lace-like closure across the forefoot for increased comfort. This comfort is complemented by an Ortholite insole and a roomier toe-box to prevent squashed toes.

The outsole is constructed from a mix of nylon and fibreglass, which combine to offer a comfortable platform without a loss of power transfer. 

Available in four colours to satisfy all style requirements. 

Cheap cycling shoes: Shimano RC5

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Shimano RC5

Best for comfort

Cleats: Three-bolt | Retention: Boa dial, Velcro | Sole material: Nylon and fibreglass

Weight of 250g (claimed)
Lots of cleat adjustability
Comfort

Shimano really knows how to make a great pair of cycling shoes. The Japanese components brand may be better known for its groupsets, but it came out on top of our recent gravel shoes grouptest, and received a strong 4.5 stars in our recent Shimano S-Phyre RC9 shoes review

The RC5 features plenty of trickle-down technology from the upper echelons of the range including a Boa dial and Velcro strap for closure, the highly adjustable cleat positioning, and specifically placed padding for improved comfort. 

Cheap cycling shoes: Specialized Torch 1

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Specialized Torch 1.0

Best for stiffness

Cleats: Three-bolt | Retention: Boa dial, Velcro | Sole material: Injection-molded nylon

Body Geometry comfort considerations
Reflective heel

Makers of some of the most popular shoes in the WorldTour and amateur scenes, Specialized sure knows what it's doing when it comes to footwear. The Torch 1.0 road shoes offer an injection moulded sole for increased stiffness and efficient power transfer. The Boa dial is paired with a velcro strap like a few of the other shoes featured here, and the heel cup features reflective detailing for increased low-light safety. 

Rated at 6/15 on the stiffness index, the Torch 1.0 shoes are plenty responsive when it comes to jumping on the pedals, yet the slight flex and Body Geometry sole and footbeds will combine to offer increased comfort for longer days. 

The older Torch 1.0 shoes - which feature three velcro straps instead of the Boa dial - are still sparsely available, often with huge discounts, so if you're not sold on the Boa dial for retention, a discount might be available. 

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