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Our favourite deals from the Sigma Sports sale: bargain bikes, pedals, tyres and more

Serious savings on bikes, clothing and components

UK retailer Sigma Sports is currently offering impressive discounts on some of the most popular bikes and cycling products.

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We’ve sifted through the Sigma Sports shopping pages to bring you the cut-price bikes and kit we think you’ll be interested in the most.

Otherwise, head to the clearance section on the Sigma website for more deals.

Save up to 52% on cycling sunglasses from Oakley, Smith and Sweet Protection

If you’re looking for some new eyewear then Sigma’s sale shouldn’t be missed.

Peruse Sigma’s stacked sunglasses clearance section and you’ll find discounted eyewear from all of the names above. There’s everything from limited edition Tour de France shades to technical sunglasses for trail riding.

Standout deals:

Save up to 50% on socks from Gore, Sportful, Castelli, SIDI and more

The Sigma sale is full of discounted socks from big name brands.

With premium cycling socks from the sort of brands that are not normally discounted, Sigma’s clearance sock section could have your legs and feet looking and feeling comfortable for less.

Standout deals:

Trek Emonda ALR Disc frameset (2021) £1,150 £999

This stunning Emonda ALR Disc frameset could be the start of a very special build.

Framesets are rarely more eyecatching than this lovely red/yellow fade version of Trek’s aluminium all-rounder.

Seeing this bike takes us back to the days of when ex-staffer Matthew Loveridge set out to build his dream Trek Emonda ALR.

Unlike Matthew’s build, this one is for disc brakes only. Just a couple remain at this price, so act quickly or miss out.

Knight Composites 35 tubeless aero carbon clincher rim £700 £175

Sigma is offering a huge 75 per cent off these carbon rims.

Sigma Sports is offering a massive 75 per cent off of these Knight Composite rims, taking them down to just £175 per rim. Could these be the perfect starting point for a new lightweight hill climb wheelset?

Topeak Dynawedge Micro Seatpack £33 £17

Topeak’s minimalist Dynawedge seatpack fits a handful of spares.
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The Topeak Dynawedge seatpack is as slimline as the best saddle bags come but still has room for an extra tube, small multitool and a pair of tyre levers at a squeeze.

This frees up space in your jersey pockets for a pump, phone and snacks for long summer road rides, where overloaded pockets can lead to a sweaty back. What’s more, the Dynawedge’s sleek, aero profile won’t clash with the best road bikes.

We’ve scored the Topeak Dynawedge 4.5 stars, so it’s a good deal at 48 per cent off.

POC Omne Air Spin helmet £140 £82

This is a lightweight lid with plenty of ventilation and POC’s patented SPIN technology.
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The POC Omne Air Spin scored 4 out of 5 stars in our testing back in 2020.

Reviewer Robin Wilmott praised the POC Omne Air Spin helmet for performance and comfort that matched its attractive looks.

The lightweight shell of this helmet features plenty of ventilation, a clever retention system and POC’s patented SPIN technology, which uses a special membrane to try to reduce rotational brain injuries.

The Omne Air Spin helmet is a great buy at its £140 retail price, so with almost 40 per cent off that price, we don’t think these will hang around. There’s just one caveat – black is the only colour available.

Bontrager Ion Pro RT £99 £84

You won’t find a better front light for less than £100.
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The Ion Pro RT from Bontrager is quite simply our favourite front light for less than £100.

During our comprehensive test to find the best bike lights, the 1,300-lumen Ion Pro RT provided a 90-minute run time at maximum power and we were impressed by its warm-coloured and well-shaped beam pattern.

It’s also very simple to operate, with a single button controlling the light and cycling through its five different settings. There’s Bluetooth integration, which enables you to control the light via a Garmin or Di2 shifter.

Its simple and secure band-on mount is another major positive and makes this light suitable for almost any type of riding.

Read our full Bontrager Ion Pro RT review for more – or save 15 per cent in the Sigma Sports sale.

Shimano Ultegra R8000 pedals £160 £115

Shimano’s Ultegra R8000 pedals offer nearly all of the performance of the brand’s top-tier Dura-Ace pedals.
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It’s no surprise that Shimano’s Ultegra R8000 pedals are as popular as they are.

These SPD-SL pedals are a top-performing option – you can read our Shimano Ultegra pedals review – with a combination of low weight, adjustability and a secure pedalling platform.

The only trouble is they’re a little pricey – which is where Sigma’s 28 per cent discount saves the day.

Serious savings on Castelli clothing

There are big savings to be had on a swathe of Castelli kit at Sigma.

Sigma is slashing prices on some of Castelli’s most popular cycling threads. Discounts vary depending on colours and sizing, but there’s everything from bib shorts to jerseys, jackets and gloves included.

We’ve outlined a few of the hottest deals below, but we’d recommend checking out the full Castelli brand page on Sigma to give you the best chance of finding what you want.

Kryptonite New York Fahgettaboudit chain lock £150 £101

This serious lock and chain combo is currently available at a chunky discount in the Sigma sale.

Badged as the ultimate Kryptonite lock for high theft areas, the New York Fahgettaboudit consists of a 100cm chain and maximum security disc lock. It’s a combination that’s backed up by Sold Secure’s Gold level protection.

The chain is constructed from 14mm six-sided links made of triple heat-treated boron manganese and features narrow inner widths to defend against leverage attacks. It’s also covered by nylon to prevent you from scratching your pride and joy.

The New York disc lock features a 14mm hardened steel shackle and double deadbolt locking.

It comes with three keys, one of which is illuminated for night-time visibility.

Skip the queue with priority-delivery bikes

Sigma has outlined exactly which bikes you can get quickly through its priority service.

Many of you will be aware that getting hold of a new bike right now is no joke, with limited stock and long delivery dates being the norm.

Sigma’s collection of priority-delivery bikes bucks that trend because they aim to be with buyers within two to three working days. Listed in the priority section, you’ll find everything from road and gravel bikes to mountain bikes, hybrids and electric bikes.

Discounted bikes from 2021 feature alongside new 2022 bikes – if you’re sick of waiting, then it’s well worth a look.

Continental Grand Prix 4 Season clincher tyre £66 £39

Why not stock up on winter tyres now in time for next winter?

Continental’s Grand Prix 4 Season road tyre is well established as a tough and reliable all-round choice for riders who don’t want to sacrifice too much speed.

These clinchers aren’t normally a cheap option, but Sigma is offering at last 35 per cent off in 23mm, 25mm and 32mm widths.

Science In Sport Rego Rapid Recovery sachets (18x 50g) £40 £22

Bulk buying always gets you the best price on sports nutrition.
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It makes sense to buy in bulk when it comes to nutrition products and SIS’s Rego Rapid Recovery drinks are some of the most popular recovery drinks out there.

Each sachet contains a blend of carbs, protein and electrolytes to aid your recovery after a big ride. They’re suitable for vegetarians and coeliacs, and contain no gluten, wheat or nuts. Choose between chocolate, strawberry or banana flavours.

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