Have you found yourself recently looking at your pedals thinking 'Oh I really need to replace those'? Well now is the time. These Shimano pedals are probably the most popular among Shimano users and are 50% off. Trust me, your shoes will thank you for this purchase.
The modern day version of rose-tinted glasses. Although these Oakley's won't stand out compared to the loud and flashy options available, but are a pro-cyclist favourite, as well as mine. They do their job very well with the Silicone arms that mean they won't budge when on your face, or even when held in your helmet.
They're one of the few cycling sunglasses that you can get away wearing off the bike, be it for hiking, running or even some DIY! The Prizm lens feels like you've upgraded your eyesight and is a game changer for rainy and overcast days.
There isn't enough room to list all of the features here, but all you need to know is that it's perfect for the active tech obsessed person in your life. Most Smartwatches have around 1 day of battery life, whilst this can last up to 9, or over a month on battery saver mode.
Gravel bikes have been with us for at least few years, but show no signs of fading away. With gravel events popping up more and more, this is the sign to get one. Some say they're a 90's MTB with road bars, but I disagree; it's the bike that does it all. Gravel bikes come with a gear ratio for any slope and are comfortable off road, but also allow you to ride on the road with few drawbacks.
Our BEAM range was launched in February 2021 and there are now well over 1000 units in the wild. The BEAM+ is designed as a 'to see' light and delivers 1500 lumen, plus has all the smart sensors and features you have come to know with See.Sense lights. To get it on offer for £99 you just need to trade in some working lights that we then deliver to our charity partners Adsum, who distribute bike lights in Madagascar to those in need.
At it's RRP it was already one of the best value smart trainers on the market, but it's currently reduced by over 50% and is fully Zwift compatible. I know what you're thinking; Will it handle my 1950 watt sprint? Yes, why of course, it can handle up to 2000 watts.
The cheapest and most reliable folding bike you can get. This one is on offer at 50% off and can be collected from any Decathlon store whilst stocks last. It solves the problem of asking if you can fit another bike in the house? Yes, just fold it up and hide it where ever there aren't anymore bike parts taking up space.
Normally, kids bikes are given very poor quality components and it makes no sense, as they'll give the bike the hardest time. This kids bike comes in 20 or 24" sizes and has high quality front suspension and hydraulic disc brakes. It's at the higher end of the price range, but it's currently 40% off. And you'll save time and money not having to repair and upgrade lower spec components.
Rondo make beautiful bikes and this is right up there in my opinion. Colour matched mudguards is a very nice touch. And it comes with 37mm tyres for a comfy and smooth ride. So whilst it's a winter bike out of the box, you could remove the mudguards, get some off-road tyres, and voila; you've got yourself a gravel bike my friend.
Garmin are facing competition from Wahoo in the head unit market, but this can only be a good thing, as it will push wither company to offer new features at a competitive price. This 530 is one of the most common head units on the market and is nearly 40% the RRP.
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