The GoPro HERO11 Black hits its best ever price in this Cyber Monday GoPro deal

GoPro HERO11 Cyber Monday deal
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GoPro HERO11 Black, save 36% at GoPro
US: Was $549.98, now $347.98 (opens in new tab)
UK: Was £549.98, now £347.98 (opens in new tab)
The official GoPro site had already cut the price of it's latest flagship camera, but are now chopping another 15% off the RRP for Cyber Monday. This deal also includes a year's GoPro subscription.

We reckon the GoPro Hero11 Black is the best MTB action camera currently available and now you can buy it for less than lower specced rivals in this Cyber Monday GoPro deal.

The official GoPro website (opens in new tab) is offering 15% off everything for today only, which you can combine with another deal that gives 25% off the Hero11 price when buying a annual GoPro subscription (which gives you an extended warranty, cloud storage and discounts) for $/£49.99.

The net result of these two offers is that you get the Hero11 and a GoPro sub for $/£347.98. For comparison, buying the action camera without the GoPro subscription offer is $/£424.99.

GoPro are offering an even better deal on the (opens in new tab)Hero11 Black Mini, plus there's loads of other discounts on cameras and gear across their store.

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GoPro HERO11 Black Mini, save 42% at GoPro
US: Was $449.98, now $262.48 (opens in new tab)
UK: Was £449.98, now £262.48 (opens in new tab)
The more compact sibling of the Hero11 Black, the Mini version is ideal for shooting POC (point of view) footage. This deal price is dependent on taking out a year's subscription to GoPro .

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GoPro Hero10 Black, save 32% at GoPro
US: Was $449.99, now $304.98 (opens in new tab)
UK: Was £449.99, now £304.98 (opens in new tab)
No prizes for guessing that the Hero10 Black was GoPro's previous flagship model until the Hero11 knocked it off it's perch. Despite not being quite the latest model, the Hero10 is still a top camera well worthy of your consideration. Like the other offers here, this price requires taking out a GoPro annual subscription.

Where are the best Cyber Monday mountain bike deals?

Essentially all the bike retailers are getting involved with the Cyber Monday mountain bike deals, here are some of the bike retailers already offering discounts.

  • Amazon (opens in new tab) (opens in new tab): Cyber Monday discounts on Garmin devices and a range of bike kit
  • Wiggle (opens in new tab) (opens in new tab): Over 60% off a huge range of bikes and cycling kit
  • Tredz (opens in new tab) (opens in new tab): Up to 50% off bikes, shoes, clothing, helmets, and more
  • Chain Reaction Cycle (opens in new tab)s (opens in new tab) (opens in new tab): Discounts on hundreds of bikes
  • Jenson USA (opens in new tab) (opens in new tab): Huge sale with up to 50% off helmets
  • Competitive Cyclist (opens in new tab) (opens in new tab): MTB wheels with up to 50% discount
  • Backcountry (opens in new tab) (opens in new tab): Up to 60% off bikes, shoes, clothing, helmets, and more
  • Rei (opens in new tab) (opens in new tab): Discounts on cycling and more in other categories
  • ProBikeKit (opens in new tab) (opens in new tab): Predominantly a road retailer but also sells MTB gear
  • Eastern Mountain Sports (opens in new tab) (opens in new tab): Up to 80% off cycling products

If you're looking for more deals, you'll probably be interested in our dedicated Cyber Monday mountain bike deals article, where we've dug around for the best off-road cycling deals already available from across the internet.

If you're specifically looking to upgrade your bike, then our Cyber Monday mountain bike wheel deals article may well be of interest. We also have a dedicated round-up of all the best Cyber Monday electric mountain bike deals, and Cyber Monday MTB helmet deals to help you find those bargains.

And if you're after more tech, then check out our dedicated Cyber Monday Garmin deals article.

Richard Owen
Editor, Bike Perfect

Richard has worked as print and internet journalist for 22 years. He's the editor of the Bikeperfect.com team, having previous been editor of What Mountain Bike magazine and written for Bikeradar.com, MBUK.com, Off-Road.cc, Mountain Biking UK, Cycling Plus, as well as many other magazines and websites. Rich has been riding mountain bikes for over 30 years and mostly likes hitting flowy yet technical trails that point downhill. A jack of many trades, Rich has competed in cross-country, enduro and long distance MTB races, not to mention also now adding gravel to his riding repertoire. A resident of North Devon, he can mostly be found pedaling furiously around his local trails, or slightly further afield in the Quantocks, the Mendips or Exmoor. 


Current rides: Canyon Spectral:ON, Jamis Faultline A1, Vitus Substance VR

Height: 176cm

Weight: 70kg