Wiggle Black Friday Deals - Week 1

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It's here! And Wiggle are building up to the main event with three weeks of massive deals.

The first week starts off with big savings on Tacx, Garmin, dhb, SRAM, Shimano, Under Armour and more!

Remember, these deals won't be around for long and we expect stock to run out rather quickly at these prices.

Tacx Neo Direct Drive Smart Trainer

RRP: £1,199 NOW: £879.99
SAVING: 26%

Getting a smart turbo before the winter really kicks in is a great way of actually doing some training through the week.

Now that the clocks have gone back, it feels more difficult to head out after work. The Neo allows you to ride on Zwift and Trainer Road with a great realistic road feel.

The apps can even control the resistance to give you the most immersive experience. 

Tacx Neo Smart Trainer
£879.99
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Garmin Edge 520 GPS Cycle Computer

RRP: £239.99 NOW: £149.99
SAVING: 37%

The relatively compact unit gets all the connectivity that you need for connecting up a Power Meter, HRM, the Varia Radar system and much more.

We've been using this unit for a few years now and it provides easy to read data and great mapping.

You can see Strava Live segments, download workouts from Training Peaks and allow family and friends to track you live.

Garmin Edge 520
£149.99
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dhb Merino Long Sleeve Jersey

RRP: £80 NOW: £48
SAVING: 40%

Staying warm on the bike in the winter can seem so hard. But really, all you need to do is keep your core warm. The rest is then so easy.

This dhb Merino base layer is perfect for such a task.

It features a midweight 200gsm merino wool and a super fine grade 18.5-micron merino yarn to prevent any itchy feelings.

dhb Merino LS Jersey
£48.00
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SRAM Red eTap 11 Speed Groupset

RRP: £1,278 NOW: £899.99
SAVING: 27%

If you're fed up of wires cluttering up the lines of your bike then eTap is the cleanest solution.

This deal gets you everything you need to swap your shifting over to eTap. You get both mechs, the shifters and the battery charger.

SRAM Red eTap Groupset
£929.99
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Shimano Dura-Ace R9100 11 Speed Groupset

RRP: £1,874.99 NOW: £1,049.99
SAVING: 44%

If mechanical is more your thing then you do get a bit more for your money.

This is a full groupset with crankset, brakes, cassette and chain included. If you're building up a new bike then we can't think of a nicer groupset to work on.

Shimano Dura Ace R9100 11 Speed Groupset
£1049.99
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Under Armour HeatGear Armour Long Sleeve Comp Top

RRP: £30 NOW: £16
SAVING: 40%

While this isn't a cycling-specific base layer, we have used them in many cold cyclocross races.

That's because they offer a little extra muscle support to arms and shoulders that are working more than they do on the road.

UnderArmour HeatGear LS Base Layer
£15.70
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Fuji Transonic 2.3 Road Bike (2018)

RRP: £2,599.99 NOW: £1,299.99
SAVING: 50%

If you're looking for a out and out race bike then the Transonic 2.3 should be on your list, especially at this super-low price!

The frameset was designed in the wind tunnel and it's finished off with Shimano's Ultegra R8000 for fast and crisp shifts. 

The bargain price leaves plenty of room for a wheel upgrade at a later date.

Fuji Transonic 2.3 Road Bike
£1299.99
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