Wiggle Easter Cycling Deals - dhb, Vitus, Prime and more

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A huge range of deals on brands like Vitus, Garmin, Shimano dhb and more.

If you're looking for a bargain upgrade then the Easter weekend is perfect for picking up a deal.

Wiggle has a huge sale on across a number of different brands. We've been looking through it to find our picks, but if you want to see the full sale, click here.

One of the best discounts is on this Vitus Energie VR Cyclocross bike, reduced by 23% to £999.

If you're looking for even more of an adventure, this Vitus Substance CRS-1 Apex Gravel bike is down to £1,699.99.

There's up to 50% off dhb clothing.

And an extra 10% off a huge range of wheels. Just use code WHEEL10

Wiggle Easter Cycling Deals
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About Wiggle

Wiggle has always taken pride in being more than just a retailer; it works with brands, individuals and of course customers; to develop the best range, delivery and services in the tri-sports market place.

The passion for sport, and for delivering the best, is reflected perfectly by Wiggle’s own-brands: dhb, Vitus, Nukeproof, LifeLine, Prime Wheels, and X-Tools. These products are designed, tested and developed in-house, by Wiggle staff. Each brand continues to be market leader in terms of quality and price.

Being active in the great outdoors is a great way to get people together, create a sense of fulfilment and enjoy life. Wiggle’s aim is to give as many people as possible the choice to access cycling and tri-sports.

Wiggle believe in being the kind of company that we would want to deal with, if we were you.

You have our absolute commitment as fellow active sports enthusiasts that you will be satisfied with Wiggle.

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.