Best Commuter Bike Black Friday Cycling Deals
Whether you want to start commuting or you're looking to upgrade your commuting game, check these cheap commuter bike deals out!
Riding to work is not only a great way of saving money, it'll also keep you super fit. You'll arrive at work fresher and more awake, mostly from dodging traffic, but the gains are plentiful.
Firstly you'll need a bike. If you've already got one, a dedicated commuter will not only be more suitable for the poor road surfaces found in towns and cities, but it will also save your nice bike for the weekend cafe rides.
One look at the range below will show that there's a bike for every situation.
40% off Creme Molly Ladies 3 Speed
This beauty is no racer. But what you trade in pure speed, you gain in style, comfort and savings.
With just 3 gears, this is one for flat city rides. Just think. Popping across town to meet a friend at the cafe for a coffee and a patisserie in the spring sun. Bit of a dream now in November, but we need something to cling to!
This Dahon is train ready for only £404.99
Here at Deal Clincher HQ, we know that the folks at road.cc and off.road.cc love to use the train to get from Bristol to Bath in the morning. For most, there's a mile at either end to get from door to door.
The perfect bike for such occasions is a folding one. You can ride to the train, hop on, then ride to work. Simples.
This Dahon is perfect, with 8 Shimano Atlus gears to keep things simple.
Bad Boy gets badder with 15% savings
Ok, lets get over the funny name. The Cannondale Bad Boy is a true Urban commuter. The rigid Lefty fork looks awesome if nothing else. The range of gears is massive with a tiny 26-32 to make sure you can leisurely up any climb.
The 650b wheels are shod with 35c Schwalbe Kojak tyres for comfort on broken surfaces.
Cube's SL Road SL down to £999
If you're after a lightweight commuter, few will beat the Cube SL at this price point.
Even with hydraulic discs, the bike comes in under 10kg, thanks in part to the Ultegra 6800 groupset.
Keeping it simple - The Charge Plug 0 is down by 30%
Whats the easiest way to make sure nothing goes wrong? Have fewer things.
The Charge Plug is a brilliant single speed bike. It has both front and rear brakes, which are cantilevers should you wish to do a spot of CX.
It's the cheapest bike on our list so far, but we'd argue that it's also one of the best commuter options out there.
Felt's excellent F95 down to £439
For those of us with a longer commute to deal with, a road bike is the best option. They'll eat up the miles much easier than a hybrid, saving you valuable time which can be better spent in bed.
There's little fancy kit here, just good dependable Shimano Sora 3500 gearing and 25mm Schwalbe Lugano tyres.
Ribble 7005 Winter Audax down by £100
Ribble's bright blue 7005 has been a winter training staple of veteran cyclists for years now. For us though, it also makes for a brilliant commuter bike, especially if you've not got space or money for multiple machines.
This build is customisable, but comes with Tiagra 4700 gearing, Continental tyres and mudguards as standard for only £599.
If you want a do it all bike for the winter months and beyond, this is it.
There are plenty more deals coming so check back HERE over the weekend
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