Whether you’re an urban commuter or an avid mountain biker, you can find a host of cycling gear to meet your cycling needs at REI this week. Until August 8, REI is offering deep discounts (some items are over 50% off) on select cycling gear – including bikes, shoes, apparel and more – as part of the big sale brand bikes. We’ve combed through the items on sale and highlighted some of the best deals, all at their lowest prices in at least three months. Some of the products on sale, including those we feature below, may be discontinued, so grab them while supplies last.
These mountain bike shoes use two straps instead of laces to secure your foot in the shoe and have reinforced toe caps for extra foot protection while you ride. They are also 2-bolt SPD compatible and can be attached to 2-bolt bicycle pedals. Each pair of shoes weighs just under 2 pounds and has an upper – the upper part of the shoe above the sole that covers your foot – made of rubber, plastic and textile and a rubber, nylon plastic and steel outsole. . The shoes have an average rating of 4.2 stars from 17 REI reviews.
These nylon pants (available in men’s and women’s versions) have a 34-inch inseam and are waterproof and windproof even at 60 miles per hour or more, depending on the brand. Their exterior has reflective detailing on the pants which REI says can help you be seen when cycling at night. The pants have an average rating of 4 stars out of 25 REI reviews.
This odor-resistant cycling jersey (available in women’s and men’s versions) is made of double-knit polyester that wicks away moisture and has a UPF rating of 50+ for sun protection, says REI. The jersey is fully zipped and has reflective material on the lower back and sleeves for cycling at night. It has an average rating of 4.7 stars out of 11 reviews on REI.
This GPS device collects data from your bike rides and displays it on a 2.7-inch color screen that mounts on your bike. You can better navigate your route while having access to your speed, trip distance, trip times and more. It also has features like a pressure-based altimeter – which can measure your elevation – included. The device also pairs with a companion app to track and analyze ride data. It has an average rating of 4.4 stars out of 450 reviews on REI.