This week's top cycling deals: NiteRider, Garmin, Moon, Louis Garneau
Friday, October 13, 2017 - 14:32
This week, we're seeing plenty of great deals around the web. Here's a collection of all of those top deals and a little bit of information about each.
Wiggle's in-house Eastway brand is often home to some fantastic cycling deals.
For a full write-up of this deal, check out the standalone article here.
Recently reviewed to high acclaim over at, the NiteRider Lumina OLED 1100 Boost will brighten even the darkest of commutes. A 1100 lumen light, with a super fancy OLED screen that reviewe Ash Quinlan said revolutionised his on-bike light experience. Check out the deal below and the full Dealcatcher insight article below:
Alternatively, check out the bundle deal on Amazon that includes a NiteRiderSolas 100 rear light.
The lights deals don't stop there this week.
Take this Moon Meteor Storm Pro. With a 1,200 lumen output it's plenty bright enough for any kind of riding, even along the darkest of country lanes. And it has a new safety mode: once the battery level falls below predefined level, it selects the brightest mode that guarantees 1 hour run time to get you home. Clever, eh?
The RRP for this light is £124.99, but you can have one for just £79.99 from Tredz, a saving of 36%. Don't be left in the dark!
One of the main man over at, Mr Dave Atkinson, called the Garmiin Edge 1000 the "best dedicated GPS unit yet" when it went in for review.
And now, since the launch of the new Garmin Edge 1030, we've seen a nifty little price drop on the old Edge 1000s.
If you're after a full performance bundle, check out the Wiggle deal below:
Bargain long fingered gloves alert! You might want to buddy up for this one. Evans has these Louis Garneau Gloves reduced from £20 to £7.99. They also have the ladies version reduced to £5.99. However... they are also in a three for two offer. Meaning you will get three pairs of gloves for £15.98! The ladies are £11 for three pairs! Baaarrgaaain. Assuming you have a glove fetish... kinky.
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