Chain Reaction Cycles Black Friday discounts: Half price Castelli Gabba and great deals on Garmin, Shimano and more
The finest Chain Reaction Cycles Black Friday discounts, including clothing, components, bikes and much more
The Black Friday cycling discounts have already begun, and for 2017, Chain Reaction Cycles are making their already great discounts even better, with four weeks worth of deals in the run up to the big day on November 24.
The first deals were revealed on November 2, and for your ease we’ve put together this page, which we’ll be updating every week with a new pick of great deals.
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The best Chain Reaction Cycles Black Friday discounts:
- 50% off the Castelli Gabba 3 jersey, now £75
- 25% off the Tacx Satori T2400 smart trainer, now just £194
- 39% off Look Carbon Blade pedals, now £84
- 42% off Shimano 105 rear derailleur, now £30.99
Castelli Gabba 3 Jersey was £150, now £75
The Castelli Gabba 3 is largely considered to be the winter jersey to end all winter jerseys. It is seriously waterproof, windproof and excellent at keeping the nasty weather at bay. Even better, it is now half price, making it the best upgrade you can buy.
Buy now: Castelli Gabba 3 Jersey for £75
Tacx Satori T2400 smart trainer, was £259, now £194
Jump into the world of smart training at a discount rate with this Tacx smart trainer.
It uses both ANT+ and Bluetooth to connect to devices, has a magnetic resistance unit which are quieter and can simulate 10 different sloping positions so you maximise your training.
Look Blade Carbon Road Blade pedals was £139, now £84
These carbon Look pedals are stiff, with no flex through the body and they’re light weight, weighing a claimed 288g a pair. Plus, 4.5 degrees of float make these comfortable to clip in for long periods of time.
Shimano 105 rear derailleur was £52.99, now £30.99
Cheap as chips Shimano parts are always something to be celebrate and this would make the perfect spare part or upgrade for any bike, but especially a potential winter bike build. This particular version is the medium cage model, which means it can accomodate 32t cassettes
The Shimano 105 groupset is known to be one of the most bombproof groupsets out there, so you know you’re buying a part with longevity.
Garmin Edge 1000 was £499.99, now £274.99
It may have now been superseded by the Garmin Edge 1030, but that doesn’t mean the Edge 1000 isn’t still a great cycling computer. In fact, it just means that you can buy it for even less
Buy now: Garmin Edge 1000 for £274.99
Selle Italia C2 Genuine Gel saddle was £54.99, now £19.99
With overwhelmingly positive reviews, this Selle Italia saddle promises to be a comfortable perch whatever your bike or type of riding.
Endura Windchill II jacket was £89.99, now £44.99
With winter beginning to set in, now’s the time to buy a decent jacket, and this Endura model promises to keep you warm and dry through to spring.
Cube Agree C:62 Disc road bike was £1799.99, now £1299.99
Complete with a Shimano 105 groupset and hydraulic disc brakes, the Cube Agree C:62 Disc promises a ride equally suitable for long sportives, or shorter, faster rides
Shimano Dura-Ace R9100 pedals was £224.99, now £119.99
The brand new pedals to go with the latest Dura-Ace R9100 groupset, Shimano’s top-end pedals have been the choice of the pros for years.
X-Tools 37-piece bike tool kit was £69.99 now £34.99
Every cyclist has to do the odd bit of home maintenance now and again, and this X-Tools tool kit has all the spanners, Allen keys, and chain breaker that you’ll need for any messy job
Met Rivale helmet was £120, now £59.99
One of the lightest helmets around at just 230g, the Met Rivale is available in both men’s and women’s versions and in a range of different colours to match any kit.
Campagnolo Athena carbon crankset was £259.99, now £119.99
Every bike could do with a carbon crankset from Campagnolo, and thanks to the big discount on this mid-range Athena model, it could be cheaper than most aluminium cranksets.
Mobi V-15 Portable pressure washer was £99.99, now £54.99
If you lack the motivation to scrub your bike down after every ride, then a pressure washer is a good alternative to remove the worst of the gunk and grime. Just stay away from any bearings!
Zipp SL Sprint stem was £245, now £139.99
You might not think stems are sexy, but this particular model is the stem of choice for some of the world’s best sprinters, with Mark Cavendish and Peter Sagan among the riders to use it whether they’re sponsored by Zipp or not.
This page will be regularly updated in the run-up to Black Friday with the latest and greatest deals from Chain Reaction Cycles as soon as they’re released.