Cyber Monday & even more Black Friday deals

The cycling deals are still going strong, and the DealCatcher has his finger on the pulse

Cyber Monday is Black Friday's younger - somewhat more tech-savvy brother. Traditionally, the Monday after Black Friday was when you would take to the net to find the best online deals - hense the "cyber".

These days, as you all discovered last week, Black Friday has made huge strides into the virtual world. So much so, there are still hundreds of incredible cycling deals still knocking around today.

Whether you call it Cyber Monday, or Black Friday's leftovers, there are some stellar deals out there today - and here are some of the best ones:


44% off B'Twin 300 Women's City Jacket
WAS £24.99 | NOW £13.99

Decathlon are one of the very few online cycling retailers to have embraced Cyber Monday this year. If we overlook the irony there, we will notice that they're offering free delivery on items purchased before midnight.

What are you waiting for?

Also, it's very rare that BTwin clothing - or BTwin anything for that matter - does poorly when we review it here at

And, while we've not specifically reviewed this Women's City Jacket, we have reviewed the BTwin 500 High Visibility Waterproof Cycling Jacket. While it's not the same jacket, it does do a similar job - admittedly a lot less stylishly.

- Read more:'s B'Twin 500 Hi-Vis Waterproof Jacket review



58% off Gore Bike Wear Xenon Race Bib Shorts
WAS £179.99 | NOW £75.00

Here's a bargain and a half from Wiggle.

The money that they've sliced off these classy bib shorts is great and all, but what's saying they're actually a decent investment, even at that price?

We are.

They got a 9/10 when we reviewed 'em.

- Read more:'s Gore Bike Wear Xenon Race review



59% off Shimano Ultegra 6800 Groupset - 50/34
WAS £999.99 | NOW £414.99

Another bit of cheap kit, another stellar review.

Evans Cycles has slashed the Shimano Ultegra 6800 Groupset down to a market leading £414.99. If you're unsure about the investment, check out our review below:

- Read more:'s Shimano Ultegra 6800 review


Vanilla Bikes

27% off KNOG Blinder 4 Front Light
WAS £29.99 | NOW £21.99

While we haven't reviewed this precise pair of lights here on before, we have reviewed their younger - somewhat more circular - brother.

Back in 2012 the Knog Blinder front light got a well-earned 7/10 from our reviewer Shaun Audane. Read more below:

- Read more:'s Knog Blinder Front Light review



Hargroves Cycles

30% off Boardman Elite AiR 9.2 Fi 2015
WAS £2599.99 | NOW £1819.99

Up until midnight, you can get an extra 10% off everything at Hargroves.

Including this stellar Boardman bike.

Built for aerodynamism, speed, and winning races, the Boardman Elite Air is a fantastic machine which we've not had the pleasure of reviewing yet at

Back in 2012, we did take a look at the Elite Air 9.2's younger brother, the Air 9.4. Here's what we thought then:

- Read more: First look: Boardman Air 9.4


Chain Reaction

54% off Easton EA90 SLX Road Wheelset 2016
WAS £969.99 | NOW £449.99

There wasn't a whole lot of 2016 gear amongst  the Black Friday sales this year, but over at Chain Reaction, you can get your mitts on this pair of Easton EA90 SLX Road Wheels. 

These are a top-of-the-range pair of aluminium wheels which are not only obscenely light, they're outrageously fast too.

We reviewed a pair of Easton EA70s a while back - take a look there if you think that'll help you make up your mind.

- Read more:'s Easton EA70 wheelset review


Cycle Surgery

40% off Giro Atmos Helmet
WAS £129.99 | NOW £77.99

Finally, Cycle Surgery have a whole host of Black Friday helmet deals  still live and waiting to be taken advantage of. 

When we had a Giro Atmos through our doors we loved it. The helmet walked out of Towers the proud owner of a 8/10 review badge.

Check it out below:

- Read more:'s Giro Atmos Helmet review

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Raised in front of cathode ray tube screens bearing the images of Miguel Indurain and Lance Armstrong, Elliot's always had cycling in his veins.
His balance was found on a Y-framed mountain bike around South London suburbs in the 90s, while his first taste of freedom came when he claimed his father's Giant hybrid as his own at age 16.

When Elliot's not writing for about two-wheeled sustainable transportation, he's focussing on business sustainability and the challenges facing our planet in the years to come.

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