The best mountain bike pedals will give you a secure connection to your bike. The best options will provide maximum power transfer and a secure bike-to-rider connection thanks to the 'clipless' clip-in mechanism built into the pedal body. That said, the type of riding you enjoy will dictate which style of the best mountain bike pedals is best suited to you.
For most riders, the latest evolution of the original Shimano SPD design still sets the standard to beat in terms of cost-effective reliability. Nukeproof’s Horizon and Ritchey’s WCS offer interesting twists on the Shimano template if you’re after a tough trail pedal or a featherweight foot connection. Crankbrothers’ Mallet and Time’s ATAC show it’s worth setting foot outside the world of Shimano if you’re after a different, potentially more knee-friendly feel, too.
That’s just a select handful from the shoe-grabbing selection you’ll find when seraching for the best option So how do you work out which gives the best foothold for your budget and your style of riding, and which should you avoid?
If you prefer to ride without clipping in, our guide to the best MTB flat pedals is worth a browse. Alternatively, you can skip to the bottom if you want to know how to pick the best mountain bike pedals.
Best mountain bike pedals: XC / trail
Shimano’s entry-level M520 can be bought ridiculously cheap and is as near to indestructible as you’ll find. It might not have the fancy coatings or lighter materials of posher Shimano SPDs, but the actual on-trail operation is indistinguishable. From experience, they often last longer than their more sophisticated siblings too, and the bearings are fully serviceable if they do start to develop play. The axles are heavier than the 8mm Allen key shafts on 540 and above but it means you can fit and remove them with a garage spanner if you don’t have an 8mm.
The ‘toe-in’ engagement is easy once learned and connection and release are clearly communicated. Spring tension is adjustable, they shrug off rock strikes very well and Shimano cleats last longer than any others, too. The ‘Multi-Release’ cleats let you pull out upwards as well as sideways if you’re scared of being trapped but premature ejection means we generally stick with the standard cleats.
It’s the relentless reliability and price of the 520 that makes it the ‘no brainer’ cost-effective choice though and means there are about a dozen pairs of these roaming free in the northern Bike Perfect workshop as the default pedal for any test trail bikes that come in.
Crankbrothers makes three versions of its Candy pedal and the 3 sits right in the middle, offering a full range of tuning features in a relatively wide one-piece, three-color-option body design. The mechanism is the classic X-Wing Eggbeater design which rotates freely in the center of the shoe to give all angle release and engagement whatever filth is on your shoe. While the medium spring tension is fixed, float and release angle can be altered by switching cleats left to right or choosing from premium, standard or easy-release options that give 0-10 degrees of float and 10-20 degrees release angles.
Clearance between shoe and pedal can be tuned with shims under the cleat and the Candy 3 also comes with clip-on ‘traction pads’ for the body. That means with a bit of fettling you can get just the right amount of foot support and connection for your riding tastes. The extra body support also reduces shoe wear from the stainless steel wings compared to the skeletal Eggbeater design. Protection is improved too but they are 75g heavier than a pair of Eggbeater 3s.
As well as having the traction pads included as standard the 3s get a Hex key end cap and double seal system protecting the Enduro cartridge bearings and Igus bushings inside. Reliability of recent pedals has been excellent too and they’re covered by a five-year warranty if you do have problems.
This makes them a great trail option for riders who want a softer release feel and more tuneable support than Shimano with a similar level of reliability and weight.
The 540 takes the 520 body and ‘upgrades’ it with a lighter, sculpted axle to save 11g of weight from each pedal. That’s not a massive amount considering they generally sell for around £10 more. While the 8mm Allen key axle looks slick you can’t use a 15mm spanner to fit/remove the pedals either. You do get a metal bearing collar rather than the plastic one on the 520s though which means you don’t need the matching collar removal tool.
If it seizes in place (which they can do) there’s no option to melt it out and fit a new one like there is on 520s. Otherwise, the bearings are the same user-serviceable, relentlessly reliable arrangement. Despite having used far more of them we’ve definitely had fewer issues with 520 and 540 pedals over the years than pricier XTR units so, in comparative terms, they’re still a total bargain.
As the mechanism sits on top of the body rather than embedded, there’s more sideways wobble and play between shoe and pedal than larger platform options. The mechanism is also more exposed and there are fewer cleat options than some competition as the ‘multi-release’ is a lot less predictable than a simple increased float design.
Ritchey has a reputation for lightweight racer friendly components and even its entry-level Comp pedals are significantly lighter than most. The gram shaving mostly comes from the minimalist cold-forged body with a bolted-on front catch. There’s still enough side support for stiffer shoes though but with no shim system the tightness of that connection varies on shoe tread design/depth. There is a ‘trail’ version with extended front and rear cage if you want more cage under your midfoot though.
It’s worth noting that they normally come with tension set to minimum. That’s a nice touch for beginners but you’ll need to add some clicks if you don’t want your feet to fly off too easily.
Ball bearings inboard and outboard give a decent run life and they can be regreased and serviced if they do start to get dry or wobbly. The WCS version uses needle bearings, bushings and a cartridge bearing to drop another 35g. If weight isn’t an issue for you though they both look expensive compared to the indestructible Shimano competition.
Time has been using its twin-loop ATAC mechanism for years, gaining foul-weather fans from the fact the forward hoop forces out muck as it engages. They float easily and disengage very smoothly, too, so they’ve always been a favorite of riders with knees that don’t like a fixed foot position or a hard click-in or out. All those things hold true in the latest range of Time mountain bike clipless pedals which covers every use from DH and Enduro to XC.
It’s in the lightweight XC realm where Time really excels though with the mud-shedding design, low weight and high-mileage durability giving them a cult following particularly among racers and cross riders. The XC6 uses a tough but lightweight composite body to add relatively wide side support and protect the mechanism. The XC6 is also one of the few ATAC pedals to come with adjustable spring tension. A hollow cro-mo steel axle keeps it competitive in weight terms with less protected and supportive ‘skeleton’ pedals.
While the unslotted design means no sideways adjustment in the shoe, the broad hoops mean your foot can slide from side-to-side anyway. That’s either a big plus or a minus depending on your personal pedaling taste but it can definitely make disengagement slightly less consistent than other pedals. It’s so smooth and mobile you can’t always tell whether you’re clipped in or not either. The fact the tall, short body tends to roll forwards or backwards can also complicate connection.
Look's take on an SPD-compatible pedal carries over the brand's expertise in road bike pedals. So there's a robust build and the bearings are rock-solid, even after thousands of miles of use in the usual muddy/dusty/wet mix of conditions. The black anodizing on the standard pedals tend to wear over time, but the metal bodies cope well with bashes and abuse.
The platform is a bit wider than more minimalist pedals like the Ritchey's and the Shimano models, so there's decent shoe support from the gridded side areas. That does mean that there's a bit more tendency to clogging though, although it's not any worse than other designs.
Like other SPD pedals, there's easy adjustment of release tension. and the open springs continue to work well. Look supplies its own cleats, which are durable and give six degrees of float and there's an easy release version available with multiple release directions, rather than just the side-to-side of the standard cleats.
The more substantial design means that the Look X-Track pedals are a bit heavier than some XC/trail pedals, although you can shave a bit off by opting for the pricier carbon bodied and titanium spindle models.
Best mountain bike pedals: enduro
Hope has been CNC machining mountain bike parts for a long time, yet the Union pedal range is the first clipless pedal range that the brand has offered. This isn't completely new territory though, Hope already has its F20 flat pedal which is well proven on a durability front. The Unior pedal uses the same heat-treated and plated cro-mo steel axles and triple cartridge bearing, single Igus bushing internals.
What is completely new is the clip-in system, rather than use Shimano's SPD format Hope has developed its own which uses proprietary cleats, of which two are included in the box. The double-sided cleat retention mechanism can be stamped into with a flat foot rather than a forward hooking motion. The clip action is light but positive and the pedal provides a broad platform for a really planted and secure feel.
Find out more about the Hope Union TR pedal in our detailed review.
The 530 takes the same bombproof mechanism and axle system as the 520 and imbeds it into a mid-sized platform cage. Because the mechanism is actually inset into the body not perched on top that also means proper ‘grounded’ shoe support on either side. The cage drops away front and rear so there’s no toe/midfoot support but it still makes it easier to flip kick round to engage. It also provides a bit of impact protection in front of the mechanism. This all makes the M530 more suited to aggressive trail use with flatter soled trail/DH shoes than the 520 but they are significantly heavier as a result. Engagement and release are potentially slightly tighter and 3D ‘float’ reduced as well depending on the shoe you’re using - but it’s always a positive click-in and out when it happens.
Otherwise, the 6mm Allen Key/15mm wrench axle and serviceable bearings hidden behind the plastic axle collar are as relentlessly reliable and user-friendly as ever. The adjustable mechanism is utterly consistent in use as long as you don’t let your cleats wear too much and they work just as well in mud as the 520/540s. Cleat/float options are limited though and aggressive/dynamic riders likely to be drawn to the bigger body should definitely stick with the default four-degree cleat rather than the less predictable easy-pop-out ‘multi-release’ option.
Nukeproof’s Horizon CS is the smaller platform Enduro/Trail version of its big, 100g heavier CL DH pedal. You still get a decent amount of sideways and mid-foot shoe support as well as two grip pins front and rear (the CL has three each end). The pins are adjustable to suit different tread/soles and they’re well placed to offer extra twist input when you’re clipped in, unclipped grip if you want it or screw out of the way if you don’t.
The double-sprung SPD design works in the same ‘toe-in, twist-out’ way as a genuine SPD. The slightly raised mechanism makes hitting the target easier than most pedals though, without impacting the level of support on several flatter-soled trail shoes (Icon, 5:10, Specialized and Giro) we tried them with. There are 4- and 8-degree float cleats available to tune feel and release and it’s a clean ejection when you get to the right angle. The raw and anodized design is available in several colors and they’ve proved impressively durable when battered through rocks. The bearings have held up well on all the samples we’ve used. Add keen pricing and they’re an outstanding option if you want an SPD feel with more connection/support adjustability than average.
After issues with early versions of the Candy, the Mallet helped save Crankbrothers' pedal reputation by becoming the gravity footholder of choice for a ton of high-profile riders. The Mallet E uses a slightly smaller platform but all the same adjustable pin and shim features to create an outstanding, fully tuneable lightweight Enduro/hardcore trail pedal.
As with all Crankbrothers pedals, the mechanism at the center is the brilliantly simple and effective stainless steel X-Wing Eggbeater design. That means easy, soft clip-in at all angles, no matter the amount of dirt on your foot. Spring tension is fixed but choosing different cleats or switching them left to right gives between 0-10 degrees of float and 10-20 degrees release angles making them (and other CB pedals) the most adjustable around. Shoe-to-pedal clearance can be tuned with shims under the cleat or changeable ‘traction pads’ slotted into the two-tone anodized body (four colors are available) alongside the mechanism. Foot connection when clipped or unclipped can be further modified by screwing the six steel grip screws in or out of the body. This means you can have your feet locked down or skating around as you want but still get great impact and pedaling support at a reasonable weight. The LS (Long Shaft) axle gives a 57mm (rather than 2mm) extension for more leverage and crank clearance if you’re duck-footed.
The reliability of recent Crankbrothers pedals has been excellent and they’re covered by a five-year warranty. With eight different versions of Mallet from the entry-level E11 to the limited-edition ‘Super Bruni’ DH World Champion version there’s an option for most wallets and preferences.
HT’s T1 looks very similar to Shimano’s XT 8020 pedal but actually works very differently and that’s obvious in the on-trail feel. The first difference is that they use a specific cleat design with a broad rear shelf and won’t work with SPD-compatible cleats. While the toe-down step-in feels similar to SPD both front bar and rear jaw are spring-loaded with a very firm and clear click into place. While tension is adjustable, the overall range is much higher than average, with the medium being similar to tightest on Shimano and tightest on HT being almost immovable.
The release feel is very different, too, with increasing spring resistance right through the float, rather than nothing and then a quick clip out as normal. That can be scary at first and they’re not best suited to novices but our more aggressive testers really liked the progressive release once they’d adjusted to the feel.
The 68mm wide cage gives decent side and some mid-foot support and they come in 11 different anodized colors. Reliability from the mix of bushings and needle bearings is not too bad and there’s a Ti axle version that reduces the low weight even further.
When DMR introduced a clipless system to its legendary flat-pedal line-up, clip-in DH fans everywhere started salivating. The V-Twin has some great contact and connection features but durability hasn’t matched up to DMR’s previous bombproof reputation. The chunky alloy cage offers reasonable side support and comes with plastic bumpers at either end that can be shimmed higher to tune foot gap. They also have seven (four front, three rear) grip pins that can be screwed in/out for more bite whether you’re clipped in or not. The central ‘SPD’ style mechanism pivots within the body so toe-in engagement is easy. Float and clean release are comparable to Shimano (presuming you’ve not locked your shoe down with the pins) and they work fine with SPD cleats.
We’ve smashed the front ‘hook’ of two sets of V-Twins on rocks in relatively quick succession. Our third set has survived better but the body is now slightly loose inside the cage and the bearings need to be adjusted regularly to combat looseness.
How to pick the best mountain bike pedals
There are a few questions you need to ask yourself before buying clipless mountain bike pedals but they’re all pretty straightforward. What isn’t so predictable are the answers.
What size pedal should I use?
The larger the pedal, the easier it is to find with your foot. Bigger pedals like the DMR V-Twin, Nukeproof Horizon CL, Crankbrothers Mallet DH, HT X2 and old Shimano DX also give more support under your shoe. Adjustable grip pins screwed into the platforms increase foot security whether you’re clipped in or not. Bigger pedals are heavier though, so really big platforms are generally just used by gravity riders.
That’s led to the development of the latest category of medium or ‘enduro’ sized platform pedals like the Crankbrothers Mallet E, HT T1, Shimano 9120 XTR/8100 XT and Nukeproof Horizon CS. These use a smaller, lighter platform but often keep grip pins so they’re still useable unclipped.
Small platform pedals - like Crankbrothers Candy and Shimano 530 - offer a bit more contact area and mechanism protection than a trail pedal but without the extra front and rear support of a caged option.
Trail pedals - Shimano M525, Time ATAC, H2 M1 and Ritchey - have enough body to give some support under your shoe on either side and protect the clipless mechanism from impacts.
Finally 'skeleton’ mechanism-only pedals like Crankbrothers Eggbeaters are super light and basically impervious to mud clogging. With no support platform or protection around the mechanism though they’re best suited to very stiff shoes and more careful riders.
How much can I expect to pay?
How much you’ve got to spend is always a significant factor, but with pedals the gains aren’t always in line with the investment. Spending more does get you more choice. The cheapest pedals are all minimal platform ‘trail’ platforms and then price tends to increase as pedals get bigger.
Features like adjustable pins also cost more and some pedal systems use different coatings on mechanisms to potentially improve performance.
Changes in axle material - better quality steel or titanium on really fancy pedals - and more sculpted bodies reduce weight but push the price up further.
However, as with many components more expensive/complex doesn’t always mean more reliable. The prime example here is Shimano’s SPD (Shimano Pedalling Dynamics) range. XTR (and to a lesser extent XT) are built from fancier materials and treated to smarter coatings than entry-level pedals to reduce weight and improve performance. You’d be hard-pressed to notice any difference between them and the basic £36.99 M520 model under your feet though. More importantly, Shimano’s cheapest pedals outlast pretty much any pedal from anyone, despite sometimes being sold for less than a spare pair of cleats (that they come with as standard).
Which clipless system should I use?
As well as weight, platform size and price, the ‘feel’ and operation of some pedals can make them particularly suitable for some riders. All the Shimano-compatible designs feel broadly similar and have adjustable release-spring tension. Those tension ranges and clip-in/out action can vary though and there’s no way to adjust shoe-to-pedal spacing. Time and Crankbrothers pedals use hoop-based mechanisms that give a very smooth, quiet, mud-proof engagement and disengagement. In contrast, H2 pedals come from a BMX background and use double-sprung mechanisms with a very obvious and secure feel.
Crankbrothers pedals don’t have spring-tension adjustment but use pedal and cleat shims to tune the gap - and therefore connection/movement - between your shoe and the pedal. DMR uses different pedal shims and rubber bumper heights to do the same job. While some riders like a fixed foot connection, more rotational movement before the cleat unclips from the shoe (float) can reduce strain on your knees. Float varies between pedal designs but it can also be altered from 0 to 20 degrees by using different shapes of cleat or switching the cleats from left to right. Crankbrothers currently offers the widest range of options.
We've tracked down the best Cyber Monday cycling clothing deals this year, with top picks for mountain bikers in the US and UK. Cyber Monday is a great time to find deals on all things cycling, MTB clothing not excepted. Often retailers will have surplus summer stock left over that they'll be looking to shift before next year's warm weather MTB clothing arrives in store.
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We know better than anyone that mountain biking can be hard on clothing so we've done the hard work. In our bid to find the best Cyber Monday mountain bike deals, we've compiled the best Cyber Monday cycling clothing deals currently available for mountain bikers.
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While mountain bike kit is getting better and better, it is hard to ignore that high-quality kit can be expensive. Luckily you are never too far away from a sale in the cycling retail world. Bike Perfect thinks that everyone should ride in the best kit possible which is why we have been on the search to bring you what we think are the best Cyber Monday cycling clothing sale products available today.
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Was $149.95 | Now $112.46
The Ion Shelter jacket offers DWR surface treatment and 4-way stretch for comfort when out riding. There's a helmet-compatible hood and waist drawcord to help keep you warm and dry.
Endura Hummvee Flipjak | Up to 29% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was $189.99 | Now from $135.00
A clever design means that the Flipjak is reversible, giving you two color options in one jacket. It's showerproof and windproof and filled with Primaloft Silver insulation to keep you warm on your poor weather excursions. There are more options at Jenson USA priced from $151.99.
7Mesh Northwoods Windshell | 20% off at Jenson USA
Was $170.00 | Now $136.00
Made from 100% nylon and with a close-fitting hood, the Northwood windshell is perfect for cold day rides. You get reflective elements and two zipped pockets to keep you and your valuables safe.
Specialized Deflect Reflect H2O jacket | 61% off at Jenson USA
Was $249.99 | Now $97.95
Coming in black or hi viz yellow, the Deflect Reflect is made of a pixilated fabric that's retroreflective in car headlights. You get waterproof zips and zip-up cuffs to help keep the rain out and there's a single rear pocket. It's available from Jenson in women's cut too.
Endura Singletrack One Piece | Up to 31% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was $299.99 | Now from $208.00
For ultimate foul weather protection, a one piece suit will keep you drier and warmer than separate top and bottom. The Singletrack One Piece is made from a three layer fabric with high waterproofness and breathability values, so you'll stay comfortable and dry while riding.
Gore Wear C5 Women's Gore-Tex Active Trail Hooded Jacket | 25% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $280.00| Now $210.00
Gore is at the forefront of waterproof materials so you know you're getting a quality jacket. This is the trail version and is available in men's fit too, however there is also a slimmer fitted C5 Gore-Tex Active Jacket.
Cyber Monday MTB shoe deals USA
Five Ten Freerider Pro Shoes | 34% off at Jenson USA
Was $149.90 | Now $99.00
A comfortable flat pedal shoe from Five Ten, combining all the knowledge Five Ten have learned about flat pedal riding to keep you glued to your pedals
Five Ten Kestrel Lace Shoes | 20% off at Jenson USA
Was $149.95 | Now $120.00
Five Ten also make SPD shoes for those that prefer to clip in when riding.
MooseJaw actually has a better discount but only has sizes US9.5 and up.
Five Ten Hellcat MTB Shoes | 25% off at MooseJaw
Was $00.00 | Now $112.46
Apparently, Five Ten's Hellcat MTB shoes are the most winning-est shoe on the world-cup downhill circuit. We think the 25% discount is a bit of a win too.
Mavic Allroad Pro Shoes | 50% off at Jenson USA
Was $275.00 | Now $137.49
Great set of lace gravel and gentle XC with a classic look and a stiff carbon sole.
Specialized Recon 3.0 MTB Shoe | 20% off at Jenson USA
Was $225.00 | Now $179.95
Specialized Recon range is the American brand's XC shoe, the Recon 3.0 features an L6 Boa and a carbon sole for excellent power transfer.
Cyber Monday MTB gloves and accessories deals USA
Oakley Ellipse Beanie | 24% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was $20.99| Now $16.00
Made from double layer acrylic, the Ellipse beanie will keep you warm when you stop for a rest between your runs.
Fox Flexair Gloves | Up to 47% off at Jenson USA
Was $34.95 | Now from $18.50
Fox's gloves use internal silicone dot grippers to help keep your hands in place within the gloves, paired with external silicone grips to ensure a really secure bar hold. The design is lightweight, with an unpadded palm and highly breathable materials.
Giro Rivet Gloves | Up to 44% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $35.95 | Now from $19.97
A durable, lightweight glove, the Giro Rivet uses compressive gradient woven fabric on its back, with a microfiber palm and without padding for great bar feel and low bulk.
Oakley Warm Weather Gloves | 22% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was $29.49| Now $23.00
For hot weather rides, the Oakley gloves are designed to keep your hands cool and dry, with a firm grip on your bars thanks to the silicone print palms and non-slip lycra and elastic closure.
Ion Scrub Amp Gloves | 25% off at Jenson USA
Was $44.95 | Now from $33.71
With an inbuilt knuckle pad to protect you from branches and synthetic leather palms with silicone grips, the Ion Scrub Amp gloves keep you in control on the steepest downhills. Other features include touchscreen fingers and a one piece thumb for durability.
POC Resistance Enduro gloves | 20% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $54.95| Now $43.96
POC's gloves feature a non-padded palm with printed-on silicone grips and a highly breathable, lightweight upper. They have touchscreen fingers and wipe surfaces on the thumbs.
Smith Squad XL goggles | Up to 40% off at Jenson USA
Was $85.30 | Now from $51.00
The Squad XL has a larger lens format for all-around vision and comes with Smith's Chromapop lens tech, which is designed to enhance color definition. The standard lens size Squad is also available with a clear lens priced at $42.
Dakine Syncline pack | 40% off at Competitive Cyclist
Was $124.95| Now $74.97
With 12 liter capacity and including a 3 liter lumbar reservoir, the Syncline keeps its center of mass low. There's a high flow hose with a magnetic clip and the Syncline includes internal an organizer to keep your tools organized.
Camelbak M.U.L.E. 3L Hydration Pack | Up to 29% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was $134.90| Now from $96.00
Excellent bag for big days on the trail. Combining Camelbak's excellent bladder system with a comfortable backpack that has 12L of storage for jackets, tools and snacks.
Smith Pivlock Arena sunglasses | Up to 37% off at Jenson USA
Was $189.00 | Now from $119.99
Smith's minimalist frameless sunglasses get easy-change sidearms so you can quickly swap lenses to match the conditions. They also have Smith's Chromapop tech to increase contrast and help you spot trail features.
Cyber Monday cycling clothing deals UK
Cyber Monday MTB jersey deals UK
Madison Roam | 20% off at Cyclestore
Was £32.99 | Now £26.39
A bargain riding jersey from Madison, the Roam is made from a high wicking, antibacterial fabric that's comfortable for longer rides. Other MTB features include a slight drop to the tail for coverage when riding.
Endura Hummvee | 25% off at Tredz
Was £39.99 | Now £29.99
Available in a range of colors and sizes, the Hummvee is a comfortable choice with a half zip front and three rear pockets, including a zipped valuables pocket. There's a media port to allow you to run cabled headphones through the jersey.
O'Neal Pin It | Up to 25% off at Tredz
Was £40.00 | Now from £29.99
Mesh panel underarms, laser cut vents and flatlocked seams are designed to improve riding comfort with the O'Neil Pin It tee. There's a hidden zipped pocket in the side seam too.
Fox Ranger DriRelease Henley | 40% off at Leisure Lakes
Was £50.00 | Now £29.99
The Ranger Henley comes with a button down front opening, dropped tail for riding and is made of recycled yarns. It's made from DriRelease fabric that's claimed to wick four times as fast as cotton. Chain Reaction has the tee style Ranger from £24.00.
Raceface Trigger | 35% off at Cyclestore
Was £46.95 | Now £30.52
Designed for lightweight, comfortable trail riding, the Trigger tee comes with fade-free sublimated graphics on a lightweight wicking fabric for comfort off and on the bike.
Fox Flexair SS jersey | 30% off at Leisure Lakes
Was £50.00 | Now £34.99
The Fox Flexair includes abrasion-resistant sleeve and shoulder panels to prevent damage from trees, brambles and branches as you ride. There's a slit side seam for extra airflow and the seams are flatlocked for comfort.
Nukeproof Blackline Thunderbolt | 30% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was £50.00 | Now £35.00
A limited edition, this Thunderbolt pattern sees Nukeproof add a little color to its Blackline jersey. You can buy the standard grey fade colorway and the women's Blackline (which isn't black) for the same price or the long sleeve for £40.
Endura MT500 Burner II | 20% off at Cyclestore
Was £49.99 | Now £39.99
Endura's Burner II long sleeved jersey is designed to be compatible with body armor and includes details like silicone grippers on the shoulders to hold your pack in place. Mesh side panels aid ventilation and there's a zipped side pocket included.
Troy Lee Designs Skyline| Up to 23% off at Tredz
Was £55.00 | Now from £42.25
The TLD Skyline jersey comes with a casual look hiding its tech features, including mesh underarm panels and stretch, wicking, Bluesing-approved fabrics. There's a wide range of color options, although Tredz doesn't have them all in stock.
Fox Ranger DriRelease Mid | Up to 20% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was £55.00 | Now from £44.00
The Ranger Mid is designed for ride comfort, with the DriRelease fabric wicking fast to keep you cool and odor-resistant to keep you nice to know. The antibacterial properties are built into the fabric, so they won't wash out over time.
Giro Roust LS | 25% off at Tredz
Was £59.99 | Now £44.99
The Roust comes with mesh side panels and back for ride comfort and is made from recycled yarns. It's UPF 20 rated for sunny conditions. You can also buy the short sleeved Giro Roust for £29.99 or the women's short sleeve for £27.49 from Chain Reaction.
Troy Lee Designs Ruckus 3/4 sleeve| Up to 31% off at Tredz
Was £60.00 | Now from £44.99
For all mountain and enduro riders, with high durability and a longer cut, the Ruckus includes rear venting and mesh side panels for comfort on hot days. Its polyester knit fabric is Bluesign approved.
100% Celium | 26% off at ProBikeKit
Was £54.99 | Now £40.49
With 100%'s signature look, the Celium is every inch the technical jersey, with wicking antimicrobial fabrics, a dropped tail and 100%'s shockcord waist. It includes reflective elements to up your visibility on the road home.
dhb Trail Merino LS | 37% off at Wiggle
Was £80.00 | Now £50.00
For a bit more warmth out on the trail, the dhbMerino long sleeve uses a 50% merino blend that's comfortable, wicking and odor resistant. It's designed to be abrasion resistant too and includes a zipped side pocket.
Red Bull Rampage LS | 15% off at Hargroves Cycles
Was £59.99 | Now £50.99
With a Red Bull Rampage logo and technical fabrics, this long sleeved jersey shows off the Rampage with a unique design including large lettering on the rear. You can get the long sleeve tee shirt for £30.99 from Hargroves too.
Troy Lee Designs Drift LS | 40% off at Sigma Sports
Was £85.00 | Now £51.00
Available in a good range of sizes at Sigma Sports, the TLD Drift jersey mixes a lightweight nylon chest panel with a knit lower section for a very light weight and extra ventilation and breathability.
Cyber Monday MTB shorts deals UK
Endura Clickfast Mesh Liner | 35% off at Cyclestore
Was £24.99 | Now £16.00
If you have Endura shorts, the majority are compatible with the brand's clip-in liner short, allowing you to get some extra padding on your saddle. It's always useful to have a second pair, especially with 30% off at Cyclestore and they'll work as well as a standalone liner with other brands' baggies.
Fox Ranger Water | 46% off at Leisure Lakes
Was £65.00 | Now £34.99
A waterproof three layer rear panel in the Fox Ranger Water shorts helps keep wheelspray away, while a stretch ripstop front ensures fit and comfort as you ride. With a 12" inseam, there's good leg coverage, while the waistband is designed for easy adjustability.
Altura Allroads Lite shorts with liner | 30% off at Cyclestore
Was £59.99 | Now £41.99
With a relaxed fit and removeable liner shorts with seat pad, these Altura shorts are designed for comfort. They include belt loops and are ventilated to help keep you a bit cooler as you ride. There's a women's version available too.
Ion Traze AMP | 46% off at Tredz
Was £84.95 | Now £45.95
There are triple stitched seams, reflectives and an anti-odor treatment to the Traze AMP shorts for comfortable all-day riding. The four-way stretch fabric improves fit and there are laser-cut ventilation holes for improved airflow.
Madison Alpine | 25% off at Cyclestore
Was £64.99 | Now £48.74
With a mix of stronger seat fabrics and lighter materials on the leg, as well as a DWR coating, the Madison Alpine shorts are designed to take a lot of abuse. They include mesh panels and are cut to fit over body armor.
Endura MT500 Spray | 39% off at Leisure Lakes
Was £79.99 | Now £49.99
The MT500 Spray baggies are made with stretchy, breathable DWR coated front panels and waterproof 3-layer laminate back panels to combine superior water resistance with ride comfort. There are zipped pockets and you can fit Endura's Clickfast liner for increased ride comfort.
Gore C5 Trail Light | 40% off at Tredz
Was £89.99 | Now £53.99
Available in this acid yellow color, the C5 Trail Light shorts are designed for XC riding, with mesh panels on their outer sides and water resistant crotch and inner thighs. The extra-stretchy waistband makes for a comfortable fit as you ride.
Raceface Trigger | 25% off at Cyclestore
Was £86.95 | Now £65.21
The Trigger shorts are lightweight, comfortable and breathable, with a raised back panel, zipped fly and belt loops for great fit.
Troy Lee Designs Skyline | 40% off at Sigma Sports
Was £110.00 | Now £66.00
A Coolmax/lycra mix provides great on-bike comfort when coupled with TLD's included liner short with seat pad. There's an easy-adjust waistband and mesh back panel to add to all-day rideability.
O'Neal Mud waterproof | 36% off at Tredz
Was £110.00 | Now £69.99
Mixing durability and low weight these shorts from O'Neil are made of three-layer waterproof laminate with taped seams to help keep you dry when out riding. The slightly longer leg length is designed to fit comfortably over protection as you ride.
POC Resistance Enduro | 40% off at Sigma Sports
Was £140.00 | Now £84.00
Tough Vecran side panels provide durability and abrasion resistance to POC's shorts. That's paired with water resistance and pre-bent knees, so that they're ready for whatever the trails throw at you.
100% Hydromatic | 36% off at ProBikeKit
Was £119.99 | Now £75.99
Made of a waterproof, breathable laminate and with fully taped seams, the 100% Hydromatic shorts will keep you drier on damp trails. Their close fit will help prevent windflap too. For the same price you can also buy the Celium shorts.
Cyber Monday MTB Trousers deals UK
Endura Hummvee II | 5% off at Tredz
Was £54.99 | Now £52.24
Made with mini-ripstop nylon, the Hummvee trousers are built to take abuse. They're DWR coated and come with loads of pockets, plus you can add Endura's Clickfast liner for extra protection from the saddle.
Leatt Exclusive Trail 2.0 | 40% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was £79.99 | Now £47.99
A close fit to the Leatts is designed to avoid wind flap and increased drag as you ride. They're made from 4-way stretch fabric that's comfortable when you're riding and is resistant to dirt, water and staining.
Endura Hummvee Zip Off | 20% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was £69.99 | Now £56.00
With zip off legs, it's easy to regulate your temperature as you ride in these trail pants. There are two rear, two front and a cargo pocket, so there's loads of room to carry your gear. Plus they're compatible with the Clickfast liner shorts.
Fox Flexair | 32% off at Leisure Lakes
Was £110.00 | Now £74.99
With a lightweight design that includes laser cut inner thigh and behind-the-knee vents, the Fox Flexair pants are comfortable even when it's warmer. The fabric wicks sweat away and is DWR coated to help keep the pants cleaner. They're also available in black priced at £89.99.
Troy Lee Designs Skyline | 20% off at Leisure Lakes
Was £110.00 | Now £88.00
Modeled on the Skyline shorts, but with extra coverage, the TLD Skyline pants are made of a stretchy fabric for on-bike comfort and include a mesh rear panel for cooling. There are velcro waist adjusters and inner silicone grips on the waistband to ensure a comfortable, secure fit.
O'Neal Legacy | 20% off at Tredz
Was £125.00 | Now £99.99
Designed in collaboration with Greg Minaar, the Legacy downhill pants have useful details like a chainring protector sewn into the right side lower leg and abrasion resistant seat. There's padding in the rear of the waistband to add comfort and pre-curved legs for a good fit when riding.
100% R Core X | 20% off at Cyclestore
Was £139.99 | Now £111.99
The R Core X downhill pants have an articulated knee for freedom of movement and are made of lightweight fabric with stretch and laser cut venting to help keep you comfortable. 100% says it's the lightest weight riding gear it's made. You can also find the standard R Core pants priced at £67.99 at Tredz.
Endura MT500 Freezing Point | 15% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was £149.99 | Now £127.49
With Primaloft Gold insulation, the MT500 Freezing Point trousers will help keep you warm however cold it gets. They're made of softshell fabric, come with crank protection and have zipped thigh vents for if things do warm up on your ride.
Cyber Monday MTB jacket deals UK
Endura SingleTrack Durajak | 25% off at Leisure Lakes
Was £79.99 | Now £59.99
Endura's super-lightweight Durajak windproof jacket provides two hand pockets and a rear pocket, into which it stows away when not in use, for a really small package that's easy to carry.
Endura Hummvee Hooded Waterproof | Up to 20% off at Tredz
Was £99.99 | Now from £79.99
A 2-layer fabric with separate liner helps keep you comfortable and the Hummvee jacket includes pit zips if you need added ventilation.
O'Neil Cyclone | 21% off at Tredz
Was £140.00 | Now £109.99
A hooded softshell with high water resistance, the O'Neal Cyclone jacket comes with pit zips and an internal pocket for media.
Endura Pro SL Primaloft II | Up to 21% off at Sigma Sports
Was £150.00 | Now from £119.00
With a front panel filled with Primaloft Gold insulation, this Endura jacket keeps your core warm, while the stretch panels elsewhere avoid overheating. There are three rear pockets and underarm vents for comfort.
Patagonia Dirt Roamer | 41% off at Sigma Sports
Was £220.00 | Now £130.00
The Dirt Roamer offers stretch and breathability for lightweight comfort as you ride. There's a wicking lining, a zipped interior pocket and a single rear stowage pocket that doubles as a stuff sack.
Five Ten All Mountain | 20% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was £170.00 | Now £136.00
An inner phone pocket keeps your electronics dry, while the All Mountain jacket is made of 2.5 layer waterproof fabric to repel rain.
Specialized Trail Series Alpha | 21% off at Sigma Sports
Was £190.00 | Now £151.00
Made from Polartec Alpha fabric, the Trail Series Alpha jacket is designed to keep you warm and protect you from cold winds as you ride. The soft inner surface and relaxed fit work well and there are vents you can open if things start to warm up.
Fox Ranger 3L | 15% off at Tredz
Was £200.00 | Now £169.90
With fully taped seams and breathable waterproof fabric, the Ranger jacket is designed to keep the rain out as you ride. There are multiple waterproof pockets and drawcorded waist and wrist closures.
Cyber Monday MTB shoe deals UK
Bontrager Flatline MTB Shoes | 44% off at Signa Sport
Was £124.00 | Now £69.00
We rated the Bontrager Flatline shoes 4.5/5 with their great grip and pedal feedback impressing us.
Lake MX238 Mountain Bike Shoes | 45% off at Sigma Sport
Was £265.00 | Now £147.00
Lake has established a reputation for making ergonomic shoes that are popular with bike fitters. The upper is made from leather and breathable mesh and the sole is stiff carbon.
Giro Ventana | 37% off at Sigma Sport
Was £159.00 | Now £100.00
Low profile trail shoes with a Giro's Synchwire upper design and convenient Boa closure to easily get them on and off.
Fizik Gravita Versor | 37% off at Sigma Sport
Was £129.00 | Now £81.00
Fizik might have just released its new range of gravity shoes but they are already getting a great discount. There's a good mix of colors and sizes available too.
QUOC Gran Tourer Gravel Shoes | 35% off at Sigma Sport
Was £219.00 | Now £142.00
These Quoc Gran Tourer gravel shoes are an endurance gravel shoe ready to take on everything from general gravel riding to long-distance bikepacking trips. Sigma has a couple of colors to choose from too.
Cyber Monday MTB accessory deals UK
100% Celium gloves | 42% off at Sigma Sports
Was £24.00 | Now £14.00
100%'s slip on style and perforated Clarino leather palm, paired with a lightweight mesh back and finger gussets, give the 100% Celium gloves a barely there feel and great bar presence to enhance your ride.
100% Brisker gloves | 24% off at Tredz
Was £28.99 | Now £21.99
A single layer Clarino palm ensures a secure grip on the bars, aided by silicone printing, while the backs of the 100% Brisker gloves provide light insulation for cooler weather comfort.
Fox Ranger Gel gloves | Up to 37% off at Tredz
Was £35.00 | Now from £22.00
There's a velcro closure to the Fox Ranger Gel glove for a secure fit. The palm includes gel pads placed to cushion your hands on the bars and a stretchy back ensures a good fit.
Dakine Thrillium gloves | 29% off at Leisure Lakes
Was £35.00 | Now £24.99
A leather palm and stretchy back give the Thrillium gloves a great on-bike fit and bar feel, while a slip on cuff and odor-control help keep you comfortable as you ride.
Endura Strike waterproof gloves | Up to 20% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was £39.99 | Now from £31.99
Waterproof, breathable and insulated, the Endura Strike gloves will keep your hands comfortable in wet conditions. There's gel padding, a synthetic leather palm and high cuff to complete the deal.
Troy Lee Designs Raid elbow guards | 40% off at Sigma Sports
Was £90.00 | Now £54.00
Lightweight, low profile protection combines with silicone grippers to keep the TLD Rail elbow guards comfortably in place. They're made with D30 T5 EVO X impact protection, which is soft until needed, but hardens up instantly in a crash.
USWE Airbourne 9 hydration pack | 42% off at Chain Reaction Cycles
Was £129.99 | Now £75.00
With a 2 liter bladder and a total of eight storage pockets, there's plenty of room for all your kit in the Airbourne 9 pack. Also available with a discount are the 3 liter, 12 liter and 15 liter packs.
Oakley Jawbreaker sunglasses | 41% off at ProBikeKit
Was £185.00 | Now £107.99
Oakley's classic Jawbreaker design comes with easy swap lenses, so you can tailor your view to the conditions. ProBikeKit has the Jawbreaker at this price in white with Prizm snow lens and yellow with Prizm road lens as well as this matt black Prizm road option. It's also got the Prizm trail torch lens with black frames priced at £112.99.
Even more Cyber Monday deals
So you are now fully kitted out in new MTB clothes, but why not finish off your look with some more deals? We have hunted through the Cyber Monday sales to bring you the best options.
- Cyber Monday mountain bike deals: The best deals on mountain bikes, components and clothing
- Cyber Monday bike helmets: Today's best deals on mountain bike helmets
- Cyber Monday cycling shoes: Today's best deals on cheap MTB shoes
- Cyber Monday wheel deals: Today's best deals on cheap mountain bike wheels