Best Black Friday cycling deals from Garmin, Wahoo, Specialized, Oakley and more!

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Best Black Friday cycling deals
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'Tis the season for... big cycling discounts! Black Friday is here, and with it came a deluge of amazing cycling deals from a range of top-notch retailers and manufacturers, including Wiggle, Freewheel, Hammerhead, Garmin and more. Here, we collected the best cycling sales, plus a few hand-picked deals selected by our expert cyclists. 

For even more offers, head over to T3's best Black Friday deals page or check out our thematic roundups, including the best fitness deals, the best cheap Fitbit deals and the best cheap Garmin deals. Now, let's get going!

Best Black Friday cycling sales

Best Black Friday cycling deals

Watbike Atom: Was £2,400 (opens in new tab)

Watbike Atom: Was £2,400, now £2,149 at Wattbike (opens in new tab)
A firm T3 favourite, the Wattbike Atom is one of the best indoor bikes for cyclists. Take your training to the next level this winter and get £250 off the Atom!

Hammerhead Karoo 2 'Solstice' Bundle: £359 at Hammerhead (save you £132) (opens in new tab)

Hammerhead Karoo 2 'Solstice' Bundle: £359 at Hammerhead (save you £132) (opens in new tab)
Get a limited-edition ‘Solstice’ Karoo 2 Shell Kit, two Hammerhead Water Bottles, a 60-day Strava Subscription, and a 60-day Komoot Premium Trial for free with the purchase of Karoo 2, saving you £132 (which is how much it'd cost you to buy all items included in the bundle individually).

Garmin Varia RTL515 Tail Light/Radar: Was £170 (opens in new tab)

Garmin Varia RTL515 Tail Light/Radar: Was £170, now £130 at Garmin (opens in new tab)
See and be seen with the RTL515. This rearview radar pairs with a Garmin Edge bike computer or compatible smartphone to alert you of vehicles approaching from behind. Easily mount it on any road bike seatpost. Battery life up to 16 hours in day flash mode. 

Lazer Compact Helmet: Was £30 (opens in new tab)

Lazer Compact Helmet: Was £30, now £20 at Freewheel (opens in new tab)
Freewheel described this helmet as "style and performance on a budget", and that's exactly what it is. Lightweight and compact, the Lazer Compact Helmet features 20 air vents to keep your head cool. And, obviously, it'll help you keep your skull intact in case of a fall.

Oakley Radar EV Matte Black PRIZM Dual Lens Sunglasses: Was £215 (opens in new tab)

Oakley Radar EV Matte Black PRIZM Dual Lens Sunglasses: Was £215, now £107.50 at Wiggle (opens in new tab)
Everyone wants Oakleys! The Radar EV Path sunglasses are engineered with a tall lens that delivers an extended range of vision. PRIZM lenses also boost your vision-enhancing colour, contrast and clarity. The O-Matter half-rim frame is lightweight and durable. Now 50% off!

Elite Suito T Direct Drive FE-C Mag Turbo Trainer: Was £649 (opens in new tab)

Elite Suito T Direct Drive FE-C Mag Turbo Trainer: Was £649, now £459 at Sigma Sports (opens in new tab)
Turbos don't get much better than the Elite Suito, which can simulate slopes up to 15% with ± 2.5% accuracy, delivering up to 1900 watts of resistance. It comes pre-assembled out of the box, so you can start riding straight away, plus, you can store it easily thanks to the folding design.

Matt Kollat
Fitness Editor

Matt is T3's Fitness Editor and covers everything from smart fitness tech to running and workout shoes, home gym equipment, exercise how-tos, nutrition, cycling, and more. His byline appears in several publications, including Techradar (opens in new tab) and Fit&Well (opens in new tab), and he collaborated with other fitness content creators such as Garage Gym Reviews (opens in new tab).