2010 Black Friday and Cyber Monday Deals!

If you’re looking for a great deal on cycling gear — and these days, who isn’t? — you should check out this list of online retailers offering great discounts to kick off the holiday season:

Amazon
Amazon may not be the first online retailer you think of for cycling gear, but they have a surprisingly wide selection, most of it at great prices and reasonable shipping costs (usually free!).

And, of course, if you don’t know what to get someone, or you need to get it to them quickly, you can’t go wrong with an Amazon Gift Card. You can get it in pretty much any denomination, and it’s redeemable for millions of items on Amazon.com, with no fees and no expiration. You can even email the gift to someone, or post it to their Facebook wall for immediate delivery!


CycloCampingCycloCamping
The weather may be frightful, but there’s no reason we can’t start dreaming about bicycle touring, and the holidays are a great time to stock up on the touring and camping gear you need! Save on bicycle touring and camping equipment at the #1 stop for bicycle travelers and outdoor enthusiasts. CycloCamping carefully chooses the most reliable and most efficient bicycle-touring gear and camping equipment the industry has to offer.

RealCyclistRealCyclist
RealCyclist believes cycling is less a sport, more an addiction. Every lactic-acid-fueled pedal stroke and white-knuckled descent only heightens your cravings for more. The bike gear you need to feed the two-wheeled monkey on your back.

JensonUSA
JensonUSA is your online supplier for mountain bikes, road bikes, bicycle parts, and accessories. Be sure to check out their outlet store, closeout center, and scratch & dent items for some great deals!

Other online shops offering great deals on bicycles, gear, and accessories:


eBayAnd, of course, if you’re looking for a great deal on cycling gear (or pretty much anything else), it’s hard to beat the selection of new and used products at eBay.

Personally, I get quite a bit of my cycling gear from eBay. There’s always a deal to be found, especially if you’re not too squeamish about wearing used clothing.



Note: We recommend that you purchase bicycles, components, accessories, and other gear from your local bike shop. If we don’t support our local businesses, they can’t support us. But if there is no bike shop nearby, or if they don’t carry the items you need, an online purchase is entirely appropriate. And sometimes the online deals are just too good to pass up!


About The Author

By Randy Rasa, editor/webmaster at Kansas Cyclist, the web's premier Kansas cycling information site, featuring authoritative guides to Kansas cycling clubs, bike shops, organized bike rides, touring, trails, and much more. [learn more]

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