The Greatest Black Friday and Cyber Monday Bike Deals

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The Greatest Black Friday and Cyber Monday Bike Deals

Black Friday and Cyber Monday are two of the biggest shopping days of the year.  Whether you're buying for yourself or another cyclist on your holiday list, you can take advantage of some significant price drops and doorbuster specials.

I've compiled a list of some of the biggest and best Black Friday bike deals out there for your shopping convenience.  I'll update these links as necessary to keep your deals up to date and current so you get the best deals possible!

Tailwind Coaching Cyber Monday Discount Code

Take 33% off any of my downloadable training programs with the code “BFDEAL17“.  *Starts Thanksgiving day and runs through December 1st*

Want to save more?  Check out these tips to make the holidays even more profitable:

  • Before you buy: Get some money back on your purchases!  Enroll in Ebates to save nearly everywhere you shop. Ebates costs you nothing to sign up but automatically pays you cash back every time you shop at many popular merchants. Check the Google Chrome web store for an Ebates browser extension that will detect any place Ebates is affiliated with! You complete your purchase and the cash back accumulates while you shop. Then you're sent a “Big Fat Check.”  Pretty nice, eh?
  • Sign up for Amazon Prime – You'll have earlier access to the Black Friday/Cyber Monday deals and free 2-day shipping on most orders. If you don't want to commit to a full membership, you can enjoy a free 30-day trial membership, which still entitles you to the best prices and you'll be first in line for Prime-only special discounts and Early Access Deals.

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Wiggle has been promoting their Black Friday deals page since early November.  They've got some great deals going on, which will save you a considerable amount of money.

Chain Reaction Cycles Black Friday Deals

Chain Reaction Cycles has been running Black Friday since the first week of November.  They also have some incredible deals which can cut your bill in half.

Computers and GPS Units

Garmin Edge 1000 GPS Cycle Computer – $373.99 (45% off)

Garmin Edge 520 GPS Cycle Computer – $226.49 (41% off)


Component Groups

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Shimano Dura Ace R9100 11 Speed Groupset – $1,635.48 (29% off)


Bikes and Frames 

Eddy Merckx Milano 72 Womens Road Bike (Ultegra – RS010 – 2017 – $1,449.57 (53% off)

Cube Agree C:62 Disc Road Bike 2017 – $1,494.99 (35% off)

Cube Litening C:62 Pro Road Bike 2017 – $2,399.99 to $2,799.99 (Up to 40% off)


Trainers and Rollers

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Tacx Satori Smart T2400 Trainer – $262.99 (34% off)



Shimano – Dura Ace 9000 HollowTech II Double Crankset – $342.51-$389.99 (37%-45% off)

Shimano Ultegra R8000 SPD-SL Carbon Pedals – $117.80 (36% off)

Shimano Dura Ace R9100 Carbon SPD-SL Pedals – $149.78 (45% off)

Crank Brothers Candy 3 MTB Pedals – $87.99 (41% off)

Look Blade Carbon Road Pedals – $114.99 (40% off)


Power Meters

PowerTap P1 Pedal Powermeter Set – $1,078.49 (24% off)

Garmin Vector 2S Power Meter – $640.49 (25% off)

Garmin Vector 2 Power Meter – $1,030.99 (24% off)


Cycling Clothing, Glasses and Accessories 

POC DO Blade AVIP Sunglasses – $128.49 (48% off)



Fizik R1B SPD-SL Road Shoes 2017 – $269.99 (33% off)


Tools and Pumps

X-Tools Bike Tool Kit – 37 Piece – $45.49 (50% off)


Wheels and TiresBlack friday bike deals reynolds Rsix wheelset
Easton EC90 Aero 55 Road Tubular Wheelset – $1,701.48 (33% off)

Easton EC90 SL Road Clincher Wheelset– $1,617.48 (50% off)

Fulcrum Racing 3 Road Wheelset 2017 – $401.99 (38% off)

Easton EC90 SL Disc Clincher Wheelset – $1,617.48 (50% off)



Zoot Ultra Tri Bag – $84.65 (50% off)




Moon Merak Set – $13.09 (47% off)


Recovery Tools 

2XU Accelerate Compression Tight – $54.50 (50% off)

About the Author:

After graduating from Ithaca College with a degree in Exercise and Sport Science/Pharmacology, I continued my education with a doctorate of Chiropractic from New York Chiropractic College. As I progressed through my education, I was able to apply the concepts I learned in the lab to my own daily workouts and goals. At the time, I was following some of the principles of traditional coaching and getting mediocre results. Frustrated, I realized that if I could apply all my physiology, chemistry, nutrition and training knowledge, I could “build a better mousetrap” not just for my own training, but for other athletes. With this goal in mind, I started Tailwind Coaching, to help cyclists [with busy lives and limited training time] become stronger, faster, fitter and healthier. And while I may not be a ex-ProTour rider, an Olympic Coach or even a prolific race winner, I am something that most coaches are not: a regular guy just like you who has a job, a family and a desire to be a stronger cyclist.