Best Bike Maintenance Black Friday Cycling Deals

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Tools, bike stands, lube, cables, pumps - whatever you need to keep your bike rolling; we've got it.

Ah, maintenance. Quality time tinkering in the shed, with no one to bother you or ask you needless questions like; "What are all these bike parts doing in the kitchen?" and "Where's all our holiday money gone?". Good maintenance will save you money on repair work and also make your components last longer. 

The deals below should also help you to build the perfect tool box for your bike. After all, Black Friday is the perfect time to add that workstand you've been looking at!

Realign your bike for only £21.99

X-Tool Pro Gear Hanger Alignment Tool
£21.99
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As one of the main reasons for gears not working smoothly, a tool to adjust you hanger alignment should be a staple of your tool box. Black Friday provides again, with 37% off this X-Tools beast.

We've got a few mechanics here in the Deal Clincher offices. If someone's shifting is out, the first thing they do is check the hanger's alignment. At this price, the X-Tools Hanger Alignment Tool should be in every tool box.

Turn it up to 11! Rock N Roll lube down by 22%

Rock N Roll Extreme Lube
£5.39
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Heading out in the grottiest of conditions? This Black Friday deal on Rock N Roll Extreme Lube will look after your drivetrain.

The thing with suffering through inclement weather is that your mind plays tricks on you. You suddenly begin to hear every little squeak that your bike, and knees, are making.

This waxy PTFE lube gets right into your chain's rollers, making sure that the only noise created will be from you.

47% off Shimano's 6800 Brake Cable Set

Shimano 6800 Brake Cable Set
£15.79
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Your poor, poor brakes. Not only are your neglected cables limiting the lengths you can push your Strava times - for safety's sake - they're dangerous for other road users.

But, we're not looking to shame you. After all, we've seen the lot here at at Deals HQ: rusted up cables, bent inners and frayed outers. The lot.

Shimano's 6800 brake cable set gives you everything you need to fully refresh your braking.

30% off Feedback Sports' Sprint Stand

Feedback Sports Sprint Stand
£209.99
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If you are looking for a stable workstand, then the FeedBack Sports Sprint Workstand is the creme de la creme.

The Sprint stand has some great standout features including 360° rotation with fully adjustable fork and bottom bracket positioning.

The lightweight andonized tubing firstly keeps weight down to 5.9kg, making this portable, and secondly weather proofs it. We would however, recommend looking after such an investment.

50% off LifeLine's AirBlast Tubeless Track Pump

LifeLine AirBlast Tubeless Tyre Track Pump
£34.99
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Those of you who already run tubeless tyres will know that inflation can be a pain, which is why pumps like this one from LifeLine are all the rage right now.

The option to pressurise the internal cannister and release it one go makes inflation so much easier whether you're running tubeless tyres or not; but especially if you are.

Brand X Home Mechanic Prep Stand cleans up at 40% off

Brand X Home Mechanic Prep Stand
£53.99
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For the incredible price of £53.99 you too can channel your inner mechanic.

Getting your bike up off the ground can revolutionise your maintenance routine. This awesome Black Friday deal makes it cheap to do so.

For £53, you might be expecting a flimsy, difficult to use stand that breaks after a few uses. Whilst the guys over at road.cc haven't reviewed this, here in the Deal Clincher office, we've got personal experience with the Prep stand. Its excellent.

34% off Park's PFP8 Home Track Pump

Park PFP8 Home Mechanic Track Pump
£22.99
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Over on the Black Friday blog Elliot mentioned that he was on the lookout for a new track pump. Well, he'll be happy with this deal. 

Park Tools is renowned for thits exceptional quality, and so we're presenting this deal with exceptional confidence.

Leave Bike Cleaning Woes Behind - 45% off Mobi Pressure Washers

Mobi V-15 Portable Bike Pressure Washer
£54.99
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Mountain bikers and cyclocrossers rejoice!

We have a few CX fans here at Deal Clincher HQ and they are big fans of playing in the mud. When it comes to getting the bike back in the car, however, the mud is no longer welcome.

Mobi’s V-15 stores 15 litres of water and can be run via battery or a 12V power outlet. It’s not the most powerful washer out there, but it puts out up to 130.5psi, enough to get the mud and grime out of that expensive new groupset.

45% off Shimano's Grease 650ml Tub

Shimano Grease 650ml Tub
£19.09
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this Shimano Grease is the same stuff they use in their full range of components from Claris right up to Dura Ace.

Designed for use on headsets, hubs, cables, and a huge number of other bike parts, the grease will seal out water without damaging or corroding rubber seals.

It looks and smells good enough to eat, too, if that makes any difference to your buying decision... You're also unlikely to get the stuff at a better price all year.

 

 

The deals listed on this page are the best deals on the best cycling products we can find. If you purchase anything as a result of clicking on a deal, Farrelly Atkinson Ltd may earn some commission: on some we do, on some we don’t. Any money that we earn goes in to paying for road.cc and its sister sites off.road.cc and ebiketips.