Amazon Prime Day 2019 starts on Monday 15 July and runs through to Tuesday 16 July. It’s 48 hours of big discounts for Amazon Prime members, and non-members can gain access by signing up for a free 30-day Prime trial.
We’ve rounded up some of the best cycling deals on offer ahead of the two days of discounts, but there will be thousands more products to choose from next week.
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What is Amazon Prime Day?
First launched in 2015 to celebrate Amazon’s 20th anniversary, Prime Day is an orgy of discounts across all categories. For 2019, Prime Day actually lasts for two days and, in the run-up to the event, Amazon staged a live concert, which you can watch here featuring Taylor Swift and Dua Lipa, among others.
What deals are available now?
Official Amazon Prime Day deals won’t be available until Monday 15 July and Tuesday 16 July. We’ll put the best deals on this page but, in the meantime, we’ve dug out some other offers in the build-up.
Make sure you bookmark this page for Prime Day.
The best cycling deals on Amazon
Continental GP 5000 road tyres
Available in both standard clincher and tubeless variants, the GP5000 builds on the success of the do-it-all GP4000S II, one of our favourite tyres.
POC Do Half Blade sunglasses
The stylish Half Blades offer great coverage and an easily changed lens.
Kask Protone helmet
The Protone road helmet combines aero design with everyday usability, and has real pro credentials as one of Team Ineos’ (formerly Team Sky) chosen lids.
Garmin Edge 130 GPS computer
The dinky Edge 130 packs a lot of tech into a small package and has a great screen and good battery life. It’s an appealing option for riders who don’t need full-fledged mapping.
Now superseded by the Edge 830, the older 820 still packs a lot of features in and offers full mapping via its touchscreen.
Wera hex key set
We all love good tools, but these colour-coded hex keys from Wera are particularly convenient because it’s easy to tell which size is which at a glance.
Cleaning bikes is a chore but it’s made a whole lot easier with the help of a proper cleaner. Muc-Off is designed to be safe on all components including disc brake pads.
Cateye Omni 3 light
Rear lights are hugely important, and while we’d tend to favour USB rechargeable ones, this little CatEye is so cheap that it’s worth picking up as a spare. Claimed runtime is up to 200 hours depending on mode, and it runs on two triple A batteries.
- £12.99 — Deal price: £6.45
Shimano R540 SPD SL pedals
Thinking of dipping your toes in the waters of clipless? If you want 3-bolt road pedals, Shimano’s R540s work well and are about as cheap as they come. Check out our buyer’s guide to road pedals if you need some guidance.
Matthew is an experienced mechanic and an expert on bike tech who appreciates practical, beautifully-engineered things. Originally a roadie, he likes bikes and kit of every stripe, and he’s tested a huge variety of both over the years for BikeRadar, Cycling Plus and others. For a long time Matthew’s heart belonged to the Scott Addict, but he’s currently enjoying Trek’s lovely aluminium Emonda ALR and having a torrid affair with a Giant Trance e-MTB. At 174cm tall and 53kg, he looks like he should be better at cycling than he actually is, and he’s ok with that.