Cyber Monday mountain bike deals 2023 – savings still live on all the best MTB and off-road cycling deals

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Cyber Monday is over for another year, but some of the best deals and discounts are still very much alive as Amazon and the big cycling retailers continue to try and tempt us into a purchase. So below we've checked and updated the best deals we could find on plenty of great mountain bike goodies, tech and kit. 

Chain Reaction and Wiggle are also both offering an extra 10% off certain sale items for Cyber Monday week by using the code EXTRA10. Remember, it's only on certain products at though, so make sure you check the price after adding the code at the checkout.

Recent updates

Deals checked 16:45, Tuesday Nov 27th

Where are the best Cyber Monday mountain bike deals?

Lots of retailers are getting involved with the Cyber Monday mountain bike deals, here are some of the online outlets offering decent discounts...

Amazon US:  Cyber Monday discounts on cycling clothing and tech 
Wiggle US: Over 60% off a huge range of bikes and cycling kit
Competitive Cyclist: Huge savings on MTBs, e-MTBs and gear
Jenson USA: Celebrating 20 years with a huge sale
Mikes Bikes US: Savings on bikes, shoes, clothing, helmets, and more
Amazon UK: Offers on all things cycling plus Garmin devices
Chain Reaction UK: Huge savings, plus an extra 10% off certain products
Wiggle UK: Savings on loads of kit, with an extra 10% off selected products
Sigma UK: Big savings on bikes, shoes, clothing, helmets, and more
Tredz UK: Up to 50% off bikes, shoes, clothing, helmets, and more
Leisure Lakes UK: Massive discounts on Specialized bikes and more
Cycle Store UK: Discounts on hundreds of bikes and clothing

Our top picks US

Our top picks UK

1. US deals $30 and under

Fox Flexair Syndicate Gloves:$39.95

Fox Flexair Syndicate Gloves: Was $39.95, now $27.99 at Jenson USA
Unleash your inner Greg Minnaar with the Fox Syndicate gloves. These limited-edition gloves are designed in conjunction with the Syndicate World Cup team and feature a textured TruFeel palm for increased bar feel and increased bar/lever control. The gusseted stretch mesh finger webbing encourages airflow and keeps your hands cool and dry.

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DHB Omicron Triple Lens Sunglasses: Was $66, now $33 at Wiggle
These glasses are built with both running and cycling in mind and come with three lens types. The white/blue, yellow, and mirror options gradually reduce light transmission, making these shades useful across a range of conditions.

Race Face Chester Composite Pedals $60

Race Face Chester Composite Pedals: Was $60, now $39 at Jenson USA
The popular Race Face Chester Composite Pedals are tough and lightweight and one of the best flat pedals around. Made from a burly nylon composite body that provides a large platform with a superior grip thanks to their 8 hex traction pins. It features a fully sealed and 100% serviceable bearing and bushing system. This pedal offers great performance for a wide range of riders and at this discounted price well worth checking out.

Endura Singletrack Women's Lite Shorts $99.99
80% off

Endura Singletrack Women's Lite Shorts: Was $99.99, now $19.94 at Jenson USA
Endura’s lightweight Women's trail shorts feature a four-way stretch main fabric that is both breathable and lightweight for maximum comfort on the trails. Exterior waist adjusters allow you to tailor the perfect fit around the waist. Currently with an 80% discount.

Fox Racing Main Stray Goggles $34.95

Fox Racing Main Stray Goggles: Was $34.95, now $14.53 at Jenson USA
The Fox Main Stray Goggle brings the famous Fox Racing performance to a more accessible price point. With Fox’s VLS (Variable Lens System), the Main Stray Goggles allow for easy swapping of lenses from the standard lenses to injection molded lenses (sold separately) without fuss. With triple-layer foam and a fleece inner liner providing comfort, the Main Stray Goggles are ideal for all-day wear.

DHB Merino Long Sleeve Base Layer: $65

DHB Merino Long Sleeve Base Layer: Was $65, now $28.99 at Wiggle
The DHB Merino long-sleeve base layer is constructed from the highest quality Australian wool spun into fine yarns for a soft, luxurious and irritation-free feel. Merino is the ideal first layer for comfort during cold-weather mountain bike rides and can also be worn as a single layer in mild conditions too. Available is a selection of colors sized from XS-3XL.

2. US bike deals

Specialized Stumpjumper EVO Elite Alloy: $6,100
Save $2,600

Specialized Stumpjumper EVO Elite Alloy: Was $6,100, now $3,499.99 at Specialized
The Specialized Stumpjumper EVO Elite Alloy is a stunning-looking bike, and it's built to get gnarly, plain and simple. Packed with a top-end spec the lightweight alloy frame has an adjustable head tube angle, 150mm of performance-tuned travel, and SWAT storage integration. It has a SRAM GX Eagle 12-spd drivetrain, Roval Traverse 29 Alloy wheels, Rx Tuned Fox Float Factory suspension, and a Fox Float 36 Factory Kashima coated front fork with 160mm of travel. The Stumpjumper EVO Alloy is a trail mountain bike ready for anything, there's also a huge $2,600 Cyber Monday discount at Specialized and is available in all sizes S1-S6.

Trek Marlin 7 Gen 2$899.99

Trek Marlin 7 Gen 2Was $899.99, now $799.99 at Trek
Trek recently updated its ever popular Trek Marlin hardtail mountain bike and the Gen 2 version is now at a reduced price. This aluminum framed no-nonsense hardtail is specced with a RockShox Judy 100mm fork, a Shimano Deore 10-spd drivetrain, and Shimano MT200 hydraulic disc brakes. Available in 3 colorways and sizes from S-XXL at Trek.

Vitus Substance Carbon Apex: $2,599.99

Vitus Substance Carbon Apex: Was $2,599.99, now $1,799.99 at Wiggle
The Vitus Substance is a lightweight gravel bike ready for the best bikepacking adventure. The carbon frame and fork are tuned for comfort on long days and across varied surfaces, aided by big volume tyres that soften the bumps and add traction over rutted or loose tracks. With compatibility for 1X or 2X drivetrains and either 700c or 650b wheels. It features a SRAM Apex 1X groupset and a WTB 650b aluminum disc wheelset. Available in all sizes XS-XL and a whopping $800 discount at Wiggle.

Santa Cruz 5010 C S: $6,499

Santa Cruz 5010 C S: Was $6,499, now $5,099 at Evo
The Santa Cruz 5010 C S is a more than capable trail MTB with dialed geometry. It sits between the brand's Tallboy and Hightower, offering 140mm of travel up front with the RockShox Pike Select+ fork, and 130mm to the rear. Constructed from C carbon, this bike delivers a stiff ride feel, with an MX wheel setup, and at this price offers great value. Available in all sizes and Gloss Red and Matte Nickel colorways.

Orbea Laufey H10: $2,599

Orbea Laufey H10: Was $2,599, now $1798.99 at Evo
Orbea has recently updated its Orbea Laufey, and the outgoing 2022 H10 Laufey is now at a bargain price, but not to be overlooked, as this no-nonsense hardtail is just as precise and quick as any carbon hardtail. The Laufey H10 is stable at speed, easy to control, and even easier to push, encouraging you to seek out more aggressive terrain. Now just available in all S-XL and colorways in Raw Alloy or Golden Sand.

Santa Cruz Megatower 2 C S: $6,499

Santa Cruz Megatower 2 C S: Was $6,499, now $4,899 at Evo
The Santa Cruz Megatower 2 C S is a monster long-travel and tough carbon fiber framed beauty that delivers all the high-speed traits of the best downhill bikes. The relatively steep seat angle and size-specific geometry maintain the Megatower's pedaling ability, elevating its reputation as the perfect choice for big gravity rides and DH park laps. Available in sizes S, L and XXL in Translucent Blue

Bianchi Impulso Pro GRX 600: $3,200

Bianchi Impulso Pro GRX 600: Was $3,200, now $2,249.94 at Jenson USA
The Bianchi Impulso Pro GRX 600 has a carbon fiber frame and fork, features internal cable routing, flat mount disc brake mounts, a press-fit bottom bracket, and is compatible with up to 700x38mm tires. Shimano GRX 600 1x11-speed drivetrain, hydraulic disc brakes, and Velomann disc wheels with WTB Riddler Comp tires complete the build. Comes in the classic Bianchi Celeste colorway.

3. US tech deals

Shokz OpenRun Pro Headphones: Save 31% at Amazon$179.95

Shokz OpenRun Pro Headphones: Save 31% at Amazon
Was $179.95, now $139.95
Shokz make some of the best headphones for cycling, and these OpenRun models featured in our Gear of the Year lists last year. What makes the Shokz so good for cycling is they use bone conduction and leave your ear canal open, so you can listen to music while riding, but still hear your surroundings clearly. The sound quality is great too, and the battery last for around 10 hours. 

Apple Watch SE: $249
Save $70

Apple Watch SE: Was $249, now $179 at Walmart
The Apple Watch SE has all the essentials to help you be motivated and active, keep connected, track your health, and stay safe. The Smart Stack and redesigned apps in watchOS 10 help you see more information at a glance. The watchOS 10 update also came with crash detection, new metrics and workout views, and new additional cycling workouts. Third-party cycling brands have also started developing specifically for Apple watches, with 4iiii recently announcing a partnership with Apple to launch the world's first power meter integrated with Apple Find My technology, which also came alongside a new ‘Ride’ Apple Watch app. With a $70 at Walmart, the Apple Watch SE is better value than ever.

Garmin Edge 830: $399.99
Save 33%

Garmin Edge 830: Was $399.99, now $269.99 at Amazon
Garmin's Edge 830 is a responsive, convenient, and compact touchscreen GPS cycling computer that is packed with useful features for the best gravel bike riding and MTB. You can use the Edge 830 to create routes directly on the device with advanced navigation capabilities that help you ride like a local with off-road maps and route recalculation. Additional safety features have also been added and there are a whole host of customizable options that can be accessed via the Garmin Connect IQ Store.

Price check: Walmart $299.99

4iiii Viiiiva Heart Rate Monitor: $49.99

4iiii Viiiiva Heart Rate Monitor: Was $49.99, now $39.99 at 4iiii
The 4iiii Viiiiva is so much more than a heart rate monitor. The Viiiiva can act as an ANT+ to Bluetooth bridge so you can broadcast your ANT+ devices to your bluetooth devices all through your Viiiiva heart rate monitor. The Viiiiva also records every second of your workout, including data from paired ANT+ devices. If something happens to your head unit or smartwatch the Viiiiva will keep your data safe, up to 65 hours of it.

Apple AirPods with Charging Case (2nd Generation)$129,

Apple AirPods with Charging Case (2nd Generation): Was $129, now $99.99 at Walmart
The lowest price we've ever seen for the AirPods, which offer solid noise cancellation, adjustable silicone ear tips, and a handy charging case.

Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Solar $749.99
Save 38%

Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Solar: Was $749.99, now $462.40 at Amazon
Loaded with the latest state-of-the-art technology the Fenix 6 Pro Solar is a high-performing smartwatch option for athletes seeking serious data and the highest level of GPS accuracy. Get a battery boost from the sunlight, so you can go longer between charges, and a host of other features like Advanced Sleep Monitoring, Respiration Tracking, Recovery Time, Daily Workout Suggestions, and Pulse Ox Sensor make this a powerhouse of a watch.

Price check: Garmin $799.99


Wahoo Elemnt Roam Bundle$399.99

Wahoo Elemnt Roam Bundle: Was $399.99, now $299.95 at Mikes Bikes
Get everything you need for the best bikepacking adventures with the Elemnt Roam GPS bike computer. It features powerful, on-device navigation on an excellent color screen. Super easy to set up and customize with the free companion app and features dual-band technology, wireless connection, and pre-loaded global maps and routes. This bundle includes the Tickr HRM, along with speed and cadence sensors.

Garmin HRM Pro Plus $129.99

Garmin HRM Pro Plus: Was $129.99, now $99.99 at Amazon
The Garmin premium chest-based heart rate monitor delivers dual transmission and compatibility with Garmin devices, fitness equipment, and third-party training apps such as Zwift. Additional features include the ability to store your data when you're out of range or have forgotten your device. It stores heart rate, calories, and intensity minutes and syncs data when back in range.


GoPro Hero 11 Black: $349.99

GoPro Hero 11 Black: Was $349.99, now $299.99 at GoPro
The GoPro Hero 11 is one of the best action sports cameras, and is perfect for capturing all of your best mountain bike rides, featuring incredible footage quality with a 5.3K video. The Hero 11 Black also boasts a new image sensor for photo resolution up to an incredible 27MP. Grab it now with a $50 discount.

Garmin Instinct Solar$349.99

Garmin Instinct Solar: Was $349.99, now $229.99 at Amazon
Garmin's Instinct is a tough smartwatch perfect for not only recording your mountain bike rides but all your other outdoor activities. It records lots of other health states too which all sync with Garmin's Connect app so you can keep track of your stats.

Garmin Enduro: $899.99,
Save 57%

Garmin Enduro: Was $899.99, now $389.99 at Amazon
A super rugged body, solar charging, and ultra-long battery life make this Garmin Enduro watch a great option for long-distance cycling events. It's packed with advanced features too.

4. US helmet deals

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Fox Speedframe Pro Helmet: Was $189.95, now $132.99 at Jenson USA
The Fox Speedframe Pro Helmet boasts impressive pro-level features and top-level protection in a highly-ventilated open-face helmet. The Speedframe Pro is constructed with Fox’s Varizorb EPS, a dual-layer EPS foam that spreads out impact forces and disperses energy in the event of a crash, while MIPS technology helps to greatly reduce rotational impact forces.

Fox Racing Proframe Full Face Helmet$289.95

Fox Racing Proframe Full Face Helmet: Was $289.95, now $231.96 at Competitive Cyclist
The Fox Proframe Helmet is the original full-face trail helmet and still one of the best full-face helmets around. Designed to meet the needs of all-mountain riders and the best enduro bike racers, it packs MIPS technology and a dual-density EPS liner into a superlight shell along with its patented, fully integrated chinbar.

Oakley DRT5 MTB Helmet: $200
55% off

Oakley DRT5 MTB Helmet: Was $200, now $89.99 at Jenson USA
The Oakley DRT5 Helmet is in collaboration with 3x world downhill champion Greg Minnaar and for the DRT5 Oakley decided to integrate MIPS technology into it which helps to reduce potential damage in the event of an impact. There's an integrated eyewear dock to keep your sunglasses locked in place and easily accessible. The X-Static brow padding reduces bacteria growth and prevents odor. At this price, it's a no-brainer and you'll have yourself a top-notch helmet.

Troy Lee Designs D3 Fiberlite Full Face Helmet: $249.99

Troy Lee Designs D3 Fiberlite Full Face Helmet: Was $249.99, now $187.49 at Jenson USA
The Troy Lee Designs D3 Fiberlite features a lightweight fiberglass shell construction crafted following the Troy Lee Designs blueprint, ensuring safety and flaunting style. It has an adjustable visor position and specially-sized contoured cheek pads for the ultimate comfort. A great entry-level option in the best full-face helmet market, packed with safety features like a density shock pad system and an impact-absorbing EPS liner.

5. US clothing and shoe deals

Five Ten Sleuth DLX$120

Five Ten Sleuth DLXWas $120, now $75.60 at Evo
I've been wearing the Five Ten Sleuth DLX flat pedal MTB shoes by Adidas almost every day since I bought them in last year's Cyber Monday deals. On and off the bike they have performed brilliantly and are still in great condition a year later. The Sleuth DLX Shoes are more than a nod to the classic Adidas Samba's, and the result is a low-profile and sleek shoe that you can easily wear on or off the bike. Performance on the best MTB flat pedals is spot on with the Stealth Phantom rubber sole sticking like glue to even the most blown-out pedals. 

Available in Core Black or Grey in most sizes with a nice discount. There is also a canvas version of the Five Ten Sleuth shoe with an equally good discount.

Rapha Trail Shorts: $158

Rapha Trail Shorts: Was $158, now $126.40 at Evo
The Rapha Trail Shorts are durable, and breathable with a flexible construction and all the best features you would expect from Rapha. Complete with zippered pockets (including an internal phone sleeve), a built-in waist adjustment belt, and an ergonomic cut for use with or without knee pads, the Rapha Trail Shorts let you focus more on riding and less on garment-related setbacks.

Specialized 2FO Roost Flat Canvas Shoes: $120
Half price

Specialized 2FO Roost Flat Canvas Shoes: Was $120, now $60 at Jenson USA
The Specialized 2FO Roost Flat Canvas shoe is an expansion of the popular 2FO lineup. Featuring a more casual, breathable canvas upper, and the same level of performance you have come to expect from the best Specialized MTB shoes. With the velcro-like grip of the SlipNot ST rubber sole and a low-profile toe cap keep you protected while maintaining off-bike comfort.

DHB Aeron Thermal Jersey$100

DHB Aeron Thermal Jersey: Was $100, now $59 at Chain Reaction
Just in time for winter, the DHB Aeron Thermal Jersey is the wardrobe essential that will keep you pushing the pedals in the coldest of weather. The fleecy fabric delivers exceptional thermal performance, trapping air close to the skin, it creates a micro-climate around you to keep the chill out while remaining breathable so there is no compromise on comfort. Available in a host of color and sizing options.

Shimano SH-GR903 MTB Shoes: $170
69% Off

Shimano SH-GR903 MTB Shoes: Was $170, now $52.99 at Jenson USA
The Shimano SH-GR903 shoes are designed for riders using the best flat pedals, and who love the thrill of the descent. The GR903 features exceptional pedal grip on flat pedals, due to the Ultread GR rubber compound and flat-pedal optimized tread design, giving you the confidence to hit the biggest obstacles at the highest speeds. Packing a whopping 69% discount, grab them while you can.

Endura MT500 D3O Gloves: $49.99

Endura MT500 D3O Gloves: Was $49.99, now $42.90 at Amazon
The MT500 D3O Gloves from Endura help keep you charging by not compromising on bar feel while providing much-needed impact protection for your hands. Designed to be durable yet dexterous, they further complement Endura's market-leading D3O protection range. The 4-way stretch, breathable, ripstop backhand, and synthetic leather palm with zero padding conforms perfectly to your hand giving you maximum connection with your bars.

DHB Dorica MTB Shoe: $109

DHB Dorica MTB Shoe: Was $109, now $55 at Wiggle
The DHB Dorica is a classic laced MTB shoe, a versatile shoe that can be used on the trails, for commutes, or even for indoor cycling. Grab a 50% discount while you can because these are well worth snapping up.

Northwave Celsius XC Arctic GTX Shoes: $250.49

Northwave Celsius XC Arctic GTX Shoes: Was $250.49, now $151.99 at Chain Reaction
The Celsius XC Arctic GTX Mountain Bike Shoes from Northwave will keep your feet cozy and warm this winter. Using an insulating Koala Gore-Tex membrane. With windproof properties and a lightly fleeced inner, even when the mercury shows temperatures creeping well below freezing point, they'll keep your feet warm.

Fasthouse Fastline 2 MTB Pants: $140
59% discount

Fasthouse Fastline 2 MTB Pants: Was $140, now $56.99 at Jenson USA
The Fasthouse Fastline 2 MTB Pants are durable, stretchy, and great-looking pants that you’ll feel right at home in when you shred the bike park. Constructed of 400D polyester on the body and 600D polyester on the seat area, these pants were built to be durable. A zippered thigh pocket also allows you to take along a couple of essentials on your shred sesh.

6. US eyewear deals

Fox Airspace Rkane Goggles: $64.95

Fox Airspace Rkane Goggles: Was $64.95, now $38.97 at Jenson USA
Get yourself some Fox Racing DNA at a bargain price with the Fox Airspace Rkane goggle. These have a wide viewport, ready for any high-speed riding, with Fox’s own VLS (Variable Lens System), the Airspace Rkane Goggles allow for easy swapping of lenses quickly and easily. A triple-layer face foam has an inner fleece liner that provides supreme comfort and sweat absorption on all-day rides. 

Oakley Jawbreaker Dual Lens Photochromic Sunglasses$329
46% discount

Oakley Jawbreaker Dual Lens Photochromic Sunglasses: Was $329, now $176.99 at Chain Reaction
Enjoy extra clarity and a clear view with the Oakley Jawbreaker Dual Lens Photochromic Sunglasses. This exclusive bundle comes with both a PRIZM lens and a Photochromic clear-to-black lens. These give you lenses to suit almost any riding condition. The Triple Stealth Black frame also looks incredible.


Sweet Protection Ronin RIG Reflect Sunglasses: $150

Sweet Protection Ronin RIG Reflect Sunglasses: Was $150, now $99.99 at Evo
The Sweet Protection Ronin RIG Reflect sunglasses feature 2.2mm Toric lenses that offer 100% UV protection in an unrestricted, unblocked field of vision. They also look super stylish and right up there with the best mountain biking sunglasses. You can quickly exchange one impact-resistant lens for another which also have an anti-fog coating. Available in a host of color options with a big $50 discount.

DHB Vector Revo Lens Sunglasses: $93
Save 49%

DHB Vector Revo Lens Sunglasses: Was $93, now $47 at Wiggle
The Vector Revo Lens Sunglasses from DHB come with a rugged, full-frame design that’s perfect for on and off-road. The huge lens provides a wide field of vision and plenty of face protection alongside integrated vents that stop the lens from fogging up. Best suited to bright lighting conditions, the nose piece is also fully adjustable for a comfortable and stable fit.

7. US component and accessory deals

Fox Suspension Transfer Elite Dropper Post: $369.99
Save 50%

Fox Suspension Transfer Elite Dropper Post: Was $369.99, now $184.99 at Chain Reaction
Looking for one of the best dropper posts around this Cyber Monday? Then look no further than the Fox Suspension Transfer Performance Elite, currently priced with a massive 69% discount in this outstanding Cyber Monday mountain bike deal from Chain Reaction. This deal comes in the most popular 31.6mm diameter option with a choice of travel from 124mm, 150mm, and 175mm. At this incredible price, they won't hang around for long so I recommend you grab yours now at Chain Reaction.

Garmin Varia RTL715 Rearview Radar/Camera/TailLight: $399.99

Garmin Varia RTL715 Rearview Radar/Camera/TailLight: Was $399.99, now $349.99 at Amazon
You'll wonder why it took you so long to get the Garmin Varia RTL715 Rearview Radar, Camera, and Tail Light. This is without a doubt one of the best lights for night riding on the market. The Varia works with most Garmin bike computers or smartphones and provides sound and vibration alerts, plus bold graphics to inform you of the speed and position of any vehicles that are approaching. Its sensor stretches to 140 meters and has a visibility range of up to a mile. It also records superb high-quality footage and saves footage automatically if it detects an incident. 

Garmin Varia RTL515 Rearview Radar and TailLight: Was $199.99, now $149.99 at Amazon

Garmin Varia RTL515 Rearview Radar and TailLight: Was $199.99, now $149.99 at Amazon
The Garmin Varia RTL515 Rearview Radar and Tail Light is the little brother of the RTL715 above. It's almost identical in operation except it doesn't have the camera recording capability. All the other features are there so it connects with best Garmin bike computers or smartphones and provides sound and vibration alerts, plus bold graphics to inform you of the speed and position of any vehicles that are approaching.

Crankbrothers Mallet DH Pedals: 179.99

Crankbrothers Mallet DH Pedals: Was $179.99, now $134.99 at Evo
The world’s most successful downhill pedal from Crankbrothers features dual-chamfered edges to reduce costly rock strikes combined with proven traction pad technology. The Mallet pedals also have a double-sided open design allowing for quick and reliable engagement with minimal mud clogging. A two-piece body keeps the weight down whilst providing a strong and durable platform.

Topeak JoeBlow Pro X Floor Pump: $149.95

Topeak JoeBlow Pro X Floor Pump: Was $149.95, now $74.95 at Evo
The Topeak JoeBlow is one of the best floor pumps going and the Pro X model has everything you want from a bike pump, with a super steady base, comfy handle, and dependable chuck. The big gauge is easy to read, and this pump will handle everything from low-pressure MTB tires to rock-hard road slicks. Blowing in with a massive 50% discount.

Race Face Next R Cranks: $429.99

Race Face Next R Cranks: Was $429.99, now $209 at Jenson USA
The Next R is designed to meet the needs of the modern Enduro MTB rider whose pedal-heavy outings with rowdy all-mountain shredding can be very demanding on cranks. That’s why Race Face has taken elements from their SixC designs and incorporated them with the best of Next to make an aggressive ruckus-ready for the EWS podium. Light and strong where it matters most, currently half-price and in a choice of colors.

NiteRider Adventure Pro 320 Headlamp: $80

NiteRider Adventure Pro 320 Headlamp: Was $80, now $39.99 at Jenson USA
Get your winter rides lit up with this 50% discount on the NiteRider Adventure Pro 320 Headlamp. The NiteRider features nine light modes with up to 320 lumens of trail-illuminating power. It's also lightweight, USB rechargeable, and waterproof. 

Osprey Savu 2 Hydration Pack: $55

Osprey Savu 2 Hydration Pack: Was $55, now $30.77 at Mikes Bikes
The Savu 2 from Osprey is a winner in the best MTB hydration pack game. The Savu 2 can carry an extra bottle to keep you well-hydrated on your favorite trails. It also has storage capacity for ride essentials, such as a spare tube, CO2, multi-tool, and snacks. Constructed with high-quality bluesign-approved recycled high-tenacity nylon with a PFC-free DWR coating.

UK Deals

8. UK deals £30 and under

Muddyfox Buzz Hydration Pack: £69.99

Muddyfox Buzz Hydration Pack: Was £69.99, now £25 at Evans Cycles
The best hydration packs are essential items for the big days in the mountains, and this Muddyfox Buzz hydration pack is a steal right now at Evans Cycles. It comes with an impressive array of features including 3L bladder with two large storage compartments for food and tools. There is an additional soft pocket for valuables like your phone, and a padded back panel.

Restrap Rear Top Tube Bag: £34.99

Restrap Rear Top Tube Bag: Was £34.99, now £27 at Wiggle
Restrap is famous for making some of the best bikepacking bags and its rear top tube bag comes with all the Restrap handmade in Yorkshire quality you'd expect. Designed to be an easy way to bring your important essential items with you, it's 100% waterproof and has a simple zip closure allowing easy one-handed access. There are two double-sided velcro straps for easy attachment to your bike.

CamelBak Crux Reservoir: £45

CamelBak Crux Reservoir: Was £45, now £28 at Tredz
If your Camelbak Reservoir is past its best then nows the time to grab a reduced price replacement. The CamelBak Crux Reservoir delivers 20% more water per sip, with an ergonomic handle for easier refilling, and an on/off lever that makes it easy to prevent leaks. This 2l version is ideal for the best MTB adventures, keeping you hydrated longer.

Topeak Pocket Shock Pump: £51.99

Topeak Pocket Shock Pump: Was £51.99, now £29.99 at Tredz
The Topeak shock pump is a compact suspension fork and shock pump that features a bleed valve and a gauge for added precision. It easily fits into a jersey pocket or seat bag and inflates to 300psi with ease. Weighing in at just 170g it also has a 360-degree rotating hose for ease of use.

Knog Plugger Front Light: £36.99

Knog Plugger Front Light: Was £36.99, now £29 at Wiggle
The Knog Plugger Front Light is a powerful, small and dependable front light that has a run time of up to 180+ hours on Eco-Flash mode and weighs only 85g but for its compact size it delivers a powerful 350 lumens.

9. UK bike deals

Whyte 909 X: £3,500
42% discount

Whyte 909 X: Was £3,500, now £1,999 at Leisure Lakes
I've been testing Whyte's top-end best trail mountain bike lately, and absolutely love it. This Cyber Monday deal makes it under £2,000 and with features like SRAM's GX AXS Eagle Wireless 12-spd groupset, RockShox's superb Pike Ultimate fork, WTB ST i35 rims, and Maxxis tires make the Whyte 909 X hardtail an absolute bargain.

Santa Cruz 5010 Carbon C R: £5,299
Save £2,650

Santa Cruz 5010 Carbon C R: Was £5,299, now £3,179 at Stif
The Santa Cruz 5010 C R is a superbly specced trail mountain bike, capable of delivering super-skills at your fingertips. With a dialed geometry and a 140mm RockShox Pike Select+ fork, and a FOX Float Performance DPS with 130mm of travel to the rear, the Santa Cruz 5010 is ready to handle anything you can throw at it. SRAM NX Eagle, 12-spd delivers fast and precise shifting, and the SRAM Guide T braking delivers stopping control when you need it. The RaceFace AR Offset 30 wheelset in MX (Mullet) wheel setup is wrapped in Maxxis Minion DHR tires making the 5010, at this price, incredible value for money. Available in a selection of sizes and either Gloss Red or Matte Grey colorways with a whopping £2,650 discount, I'm adding to basket.

Vitus Venon EVO-GR Rival: £2,999.99
Save £1,200

Vitus Venon EVO-GR Rival: Was £2,999.99, now £2,399.99 at Wiggle
We scored the carbon-framed Vitus Venon EVO-GR 5/5 on review and this fast and versatile gravel beauty is one of the best gravel bikes we've ever thrown a leg over. Featuring a SRAM Rival 11-spd groupset and Prime Attaquer V2 wheels, it's ready for the best gravel bike adventures, and Wiggle currently has all sizes from XS to 2XL with a huge discount.

Jamis Faultline A1: £2,350

Jamis Faultline A1: Was £2,350, now £999 at Go Outdoors
The Jamis Faultline is a serious contender for a superb all-rounder mountain bike and is currently under £1,000 at Go Outdoors in this seriously epic Cyber Monday deal. We scored the Jamis Faultline A1 highly when we reviewed this full suspension mountain bike, giving it 3.5/5 based on the full price of £2,350. We said it was, for the price, a superbly specced bike, with a premium paint job, and an excellent set of wheels. The aluminum framed bike has suspension from Rockshox with a Deluxe Select+ RL at the rear, and a 35 Gold RL fork up front. Wheels are from Stan’s No Tubes and shifting is taken care of by Shimano SLX, 12-spd. The Jamis Faultline is available at Go Outdoors for £999 but now only in S and XL.

Cube Reaction C62 Pro: £1,999

Cube Reaction C62 Pro: Was £1,999, now £1,238.99 at Wiggle
The Cube Reaction C62 is a race-ready XC mountain bike built and equipped for dominating the toughest cross country. Weighing in at just 11.5kg the Cube Reaction C62 has an agile geometry and race-proven pace. The drool-worthy component spec is built around the advanced Monocoque Carbon Fibre frame and includes a RockShox Judy Gold RL Air fork, Shimano Deore/XT, 1x12-spd gearing and XT Hydraulic Disc Brakes. Availble now with a 33% discount in sizes L-XXL.

Specialized Stumpjumper Evo Comp:£3,900

Specialized Stumpjumper Evo Comp: Was £3,900, now £2,350 at Leisure Lakes
The Stumpjumper name is synonymous with mountain biking and goes way back to the early days of the sport. The Stumpjumper has evolved and the Evo Comp version is a beauty, a far cry from those first models. Featuring a SRAM GX Eagle 12-spd drivetrain, 30mm-wide alloy wheels, and an RX Fox FLOAT Factory suspension, there’s no trail too rowdy for this machine.