Black Friday 2019 has now been and gone, but fear not bargain hunters for Cyber Monday 2019 is happening now.
Black Friday 2019 is here and the deals are spilling out of cycling’s biggest and best online retailers faster than rim brakes are becoming obsolete.
As part of the madness, Rutland Cycling is offering huge deals on vast swathes of its inventory, and we’ve rounded up a few more of the very best discounts for you to drool over.
Don’t forget though, this is just a minuscule selection of all the Black Friday deals available, so if you’re after something specific that we haven’t mentioned here, check out Rutland Cycling’s full range of offers.
As well as all the great deals on sale items, Rutland Cycling is also offering significant discounts on full price items across its ranges of bikes, clothing and wheels:
These codes are only active until the end of Cyber Monday, so you’ll have to move quick if you want to grab a bargain.
Up to 53% off 2019 Cannondale bikes
Rutland is offering some truly astonishing deals on current model year Cannondale road, mountain and electric bikes right now, they sure won’t be hanging around for long.
We weren’t expecting to see such huge savings on bikes like the 2019 SystemSix Rutland
Heavily discounted 2019 Cannondale bikes at Rutland
Flat 15% off all full price bikes at Rutland
Rutland is leading with an impressive 15% off the retail price of all bikes without discount. It’s the perfect way to get hold of a discounted 2020 road, mountain or gravel bike before anyone else.
Rutland is offering 15% off any bikes that are at their full RRP
Up to 40% off select Focus Paralane and Mares models
Rutland is offering up to 40% off select Focus Bikes models. Rutland Cycling
Rutland is offering a discount of up to 40% off a number of select gravel and cyclocross bikes, including alloy and carbon models of the Paralane and the cross-focussed carbon Mares.
Up to 40% off Giant bikes
There’s a whole range of Giant bikes on offer, from aero road bikes to full suspension MTB’s. Giant
There’s something for everyone in Giant’s bike range, and Rutland Cycling is offering discounts across the whole gamut – from the Propel, its aero road machine, to the Reign, its full suspension MTB.
Up to 40% off Liv bikes
Liv is Giant’s brand of women’s specific bikes. Giant
Liv is Giant’s women’s specific brand, and like with the men’s range, Rutland Cycling is offering up to 40% off a massive section of the range.
There are race bikes, MTB’s and even town bikes on offer, so whatever kind of bike you’re looking for, there ought to be something to take your fancy.
Gazelle CityZen electric bike –
The Gazelle CityZen e-bike could well replace your car for commuting. Rutland Cycling
It’s on the pricier end of the scale for a commuter bike, but, realistically this could replace a car for a lot of people – and once you factor in that you don’t have to pay for petrol, insurance and parking, it starts looking very attractive with its 30 per cent discount.
Rutland Cycling says the Gazelle CityZen has a lightweight aluminium frame and it has Shimano’s well regarded Deore groupset, in a 1X setup. More importantly, though, it has a Bosch motor and a 500Wh battery that could potentially see a range of over 100 miles – surely more than enough for most commutes?
Up to 50% off Fast Forward wheels
The only thing road cyclists like more than carbon wheels are carbon wheels at a discount. Fast Forward
On top of the F4D carbon clinchers we already pointed out (see below), Rutland now has a range of deals on Fast Forward wheels – with up to 50% off some models.
The F3R 30mm carbon clinchers, for example, have DT Swiss 350 hubs and 27mm wide rims. They also weigh a claimed 1,390g – making them potentially an ideal wheelset for climbing, especially at such a hefty discount.
CycleOps M2 Trainer –
The CycleOps/Saris M2 one of the best wheel-on smart trainers. Saris
CycleOps was recently rebranded as Saris, and the M2 is one of our favourite wheel-on smart trainers.
When we recently reviewed it, we were impressed with its simplicity, price and power accuracy. So with 40% off it represents even better value and is a great way to get into interactive training.
Up to 80% off Scott clothing
Rutland Cycling has a huge range of Scott clothing on offer at crazy discounts. Rutland Cycling
That’s right – up to 80% off Scott clothing.
There’s a huge range of clothing on offer, for men, women, kids and all types of disciplines, so if you’ve been looking to refresh your cycling wardrobes, look no further.
Up to 60% off bike lights
Good quality lights are a hugely important addition to any bike. Rutland Cycling
Good lights are essential at this time of year, so if you don’t have any then Rutland Cycling might have just what you need.
There’s a massive range of choice to suit a multitude of uses, mounting options and charging styles, so there’s no excuse for not being lit up like a Christmas tree anymore.
Fast Forward F4D Carbon Clincher DT350 Disc Wheelset –
The Fast Forward F4D disc wheelset looks like a smart, modern wheel upgrade. Rutland Cycling
Hand-built in Holland, these wheels from Fast Forward feature a modern rim shape that’s 45mm deep and 19mm wide (internal). They’re also tubeless-ready and, at a claimed 1550g, they’re reasonably light for aero disc brake wheels.
Furthermore, the hubs are DT Swiss 350s, and the wheels have been laced with a sensible 2:1 spoke ratio which should help with durability.
Continental Gator Hardshell Folding Tyre 28mm –
The Continental Gator Hardshell folding tyre focuses on puncture resistance and durability. Rutland Cycling
The Continental Gator Hardshell tyre isn’t going to break any rolling resistance records, but if you’re after a tyre that’s tough as old boots, for commuting or logging big winter mileage, the Gator Hardshell could be just the ticket.
Taking a standard Gatorskin tyre as the base, Continental hs added a wider Poly-X puncture breaker belt and a third polyamide layer which apparently provides even greater puncture protection.
Specialized Epic Comp Evo 2019 Full Suspension MTB –
The Specialized Epic Comp Evo offers much of the performance of the carbon Epic, but at a fraction of the cost. Rutland Cycling
With its dropper post, 2.3” tyres, wide 750mm bars and a fork with 120mm of travel, Specialized says the Epic Comp Evo is the kind of frankenbike everyone in their office is riding.
The bike is built around an aluminium frame, featuring the company’s Smartweld technology. We really liked the carbon Epic, and the alloy version appears to offer more of the same at a fraction of the cost.
Rutland Cycling 2020 Hybrid Bike –
The Rutland Cycling Men’s Hybrid bike offers a complete package for everyday riding. Rutland Cycling
Everyone deserves a good town bike, and at just £174.99 for a bike kitted out with mudguards, a chain guard and a front basket, this could be a great option for scooting around town or popping to the shops.
The package even includes lights, pedals and a rear wheel lock integrated into the frame, so it should be good to go right out of the box. It’s single speed, so perhaps won’t be suitable for those living in hilly areas, but for everyone else, it could be a reliable, low maintenance bike for everyday riding.
Elite Rampa FE-C B+ Mag Turbo Trainer –
The Elite Rampa FE-C B+ Mag Turbo Trainer is a Zwift compatible smart trainer at a good price. Rutland Cycling
Direct-drive smart trainers are getting all the attention at the moment, but a wheel-on trainer can still do the job if you want to train inside through winter.
The Rampa is FE-C compatible, so it can be controlled wirelessly by third party apps like Zwift and TrainerRoad. It also uses an ‘enhanced drive unit’ that Elite says offers 50% more power than Elite’s Qubo Digital. It also handily includes a six month subscription to Elite’s My E-training app.
More Black Friday deals from Rutland Cycling
Giant TCR Advanced SL0 Dura-Ace 2019 –
The Giant TCR Advanced SL 0 is one of our favourite race bikes. Rutland Cycling
One of our favourite all-round race bikes, and weapon of choice of our in-house hitter Joe Norledge, the Giant TCR Advanced SL 0 comes fully kitted out and ready to race. If you’ve been inspired by our Hill Climb Diaries series, this could be the perfect bike for taking on the climbs next season.
Not only do you get full Dura-Ace Di2 9150, with Shimano’s R9100-P integrated power meter, but you also get Giant’s top of the range 42mm SLR-0 tubeless-ready carbon wheels and carbon finishing kit. It’s also got a very beautiful paint job.
Yes, it’s still very expensive, but this is a true superbike, and at 33 per cent off there’s never been a better time to get your hands on one.
Plus, if the TCR isn’t to your taste, Rutland Cycling is currently offering up to 35 per cent off all Giant and Liv bikes.
Scott Sub Active eRide 2019 Electric Crossbar Hybrid –
The Scott Sub Active eRide is fully kitted out for commuting. Rutland Cycling
We’re big fans of e-bikes here at BikeRadar, and the Scott Sub Active eRide looks like a very tidy package indeed.
It’s got a 400Wh battery to power its Bosch Active 250w motor system, which should be more than enough to get you around town or out into the hills.
It’s commuter-friendly straight out of the box too, with mudguards, a pannier rack, front and rear lights and an integrated wheel lock all included.
If you’ve got a bit more money to spend, Rutland Cycling has offers across the Scott e-bike range, with savings up to 46 per cent on RRP!
Continental Grand Prix 5000 Tubeless tyre 25mm –
Continental’s GP5000 TL tyre is one of our favourite tubeless tyres. Rutland Cycling
It feels like road tubeless has come of age in 2019, and part of that is the fact that Continental has finally jumped on board, with the recently released Grand Prix 5000 tubeless tyre.
When we reviewed a 28mm version of this tyre a few months ago, the only criticism we could really level at it was that it’s quite expensive. Our tester loved them so much in fact that he said they “could be the new tubeless benchmark”.
Now, though, you can get the 25mm version at a very healthy 37 per cent off from Rutland Cycles, making them a much more palatable proposition for everyone.
Scott RC Women’s Road Shoe White / Gloss Silver, Size 38 –
With an ‘Extreme’ stiffness rating, the Scott RC Women’s Road Shoe is a full-on race shoe for female riders. Rutland Cycling
There are only size 38 shoes remaining, but Rutland Cycling is offering a humongous 89 per cent off the Scott RC Women’s Road shoes, in white/silver.
We reviewed the men’s version a few years ago and found them to be an excellent set of road racing shoes.
Designed for the requirements of elite female racers, the Scott RC Women Road shoes have a HMX carbon sole, with a stiffness rating of 10 (for ‘Extreme Stiffness’).
They also have a women’s specific design, with adjustable arch support and dual Boa closure dials that allow for on-the-go adjustability and a highly tunable fit.
If, sadly, you don’t have size 38 feet, Rutland has more great offers across its range of Scott clothing.
Lazer Blade+ Road Helmet Matte Black –
The Lazer Blade+ borrows a lot of features from the pro-level Z1, but comes at a bargain price. Rutland Cycling
The Lazer Blade+ is based on Lazer’s top-end Z1, but comes at a fraction of the price.
Now available with almost a third off at Rutland Cycling, you can get your hands on a helmet that scored 4.5 out of 5 stars in our testing.
It features 22 vents, with good internal channelling, so it easily keeps you cool. It uses the same ARS (Advanced Roll System) adjuster as the Z1, and at just 230g in a size small, it’s also very lightweight for a helmet at this price point.
There’s also an optional shell cover available separately to increase aerodynamic efficiency or, more usefully, keep your head dry on wet days.
And if black’s not your favourite colour, Rutland Cycling has offers on other colours available too.
Cycleops Basic Mag Kit –
The Cycleops Basic Mag Kit has everything you need to get started with indoor training. Rutland Cycling
The winter is very much closing in here in the Northern Hemisphere, so it’s time to start thinking about how you’re going to maintain all that hard-earned fitness.
Smart trainers might be all the rage right now, but standard ‘dumb’ turbo trainers still work just as well as before – they’re also vastly cheaper.
If, for example, you’ve already got a power meter on your bike, you can still connect to Zwift or do power-based workouts with a turbo trainer such as the Cycleops Mag turbo trainer. You won’t be able to replicate the virtual terrain, but it’s a great way to get into Zwift on the cheap.
Furthermore, if you’ve never owned an indoor trainer before, this kit could be the perfect introduction because it has everything you need to get started; the trainer, a trainer mat, a riser block and a sweat towel.
Up to 40% off Focus Paralane and Mares bikes
Big discounts on Focus adventure road and cyclocross bikes.
Focus bikes always come out well in our reviews, with the German brand’s engineering resulting in lightweight, responsive machines. So if you’ve got your eye on a Focus adventure road or cyclocross bike, with up to 40% off at Rutland Cycling now’s a great time to buy your next steed.
The Paralane is designed to give you all weather/multi-surface rideability. When it designed the Paralane, Focus made sure that there was clearance for tyres up to 35mm wide. Plus, all Paralanes ship with custom-designed full mudguards, so they’re ideal for winter conditions.
Focus Paralane 5.9 GC Rutland Cycling
The alloy Paralane 5.9 GC is well specced too, with Shimano 105 shifting and hydraulic disc brakes, its 50/34 chainset and 11-34 cassette giving you the range to tackle just about any terrain. The Mavic Aksium Disc wheelset comes with 28mm Conti Contact Speed tyres and runs on Focus’s RAT Evo quick release thru-axle system.
Rutland Cycling has the Paralane 5.9 GC priced down from £1759 to just £1049 for Black Friday, available in sizes 54cm, 56cm and 58cm and the rather cool Desert colour scheme.
Or step up to the Paralane 8.9 GC, now priced at £1499.99, down from £2459. Your extra cash gets you a carbon frame instead of alloy and the extra-compliant Focus CPX Plus carbon seatpost. The spec includes a SRAM Apex 1 single ring groupset, while the tyres are 32mm Conti Speedking. Rutland Cycling has the Paralane 8.9 GC available in sizes 51cm, 54cm and 56cm.
Focus Paralane 8.9 GC Rutland Cycling
Finally, the carbon Mares 105 cyclocross bike is priced down from £2149 to £1299.99. It’s equipped with the classic 46/36 cyclocross chainset, an 11-28 cassette and hydraulic disc brakes. Tyres are 35mm Conti Cyclo-X King and there’s full internal cable routing.
Rutland Cycling has the full range of sizes available from 48cm right through to 60cm.
Focus Mares 105 carbon cyclocross Rutland Cycling