Online Deals - Black Friday 2018

Nov 23, 2018
by Pinkbike Staff  



$3,299.00 USD // $4,199.00 CAD // $4,999.00 AUD
Was: $3,599.00 USD // $4,599.00 CAD // $5,149.00 AUD
META AM V4.2 BC EDITION
Sold by Commencal
USA // Canada // Australia
$4,999.00 USD // $5,999.00 CAD // €4,799.00 EU
Was: $5,299.00 USD // $6,499.00 CAD // €4,999.00 EU
META POWER 29
Sold by Commencal
USA // Canada // Europe

$2,999.00 USD // $4,499.00 CAD // €3,499.00 EU
Was: $3,499.00 USD // $4,999.00 CAD // €3,799.00 EU
FURIOUS BC
Sold by Commencal
USA // Canada // Europe
$2,999.00 USD // $3,999.00 CAD // €2,999.00 EU
Was: $3,299.00 USD // $4,399.00 CAD // €3,299.00 EU
SUPREME 27 ESSENTIAL
Sold by Commencal
USA // Canada // Europe



Jenson USA Logo

$33.99 USD
Was: $40.00 USD (15% off)
SDG BEL-AIR STEEL SADDLE
Sold by Jenson USA


$22.99 USD
Was: $28.95 USA (21% off)
ODI ELITE PRO LOCK-ON GRIPS
Sold by Jenson USA



$59.99 USD
Was: $139.95 USD (57% off)
ROYAL MATRIX CYCLING RAIN JACKET

Sold by Jenson USA


$39.99 USD
Was: $99.99 USD (60% off)
WELLGO MG21 MAGNESIUM PLATFORM PEDALS
Sold by Jenson USA







$41.99 USD
Was: $87.90 USD (52% off)
IXS Flow Evo+Knee Guard 2018
Sold by Chain Reaction Cycles


$83.99 - $180.00 USD
Was: $180.00 USD (Up to 53% off)
Five Ten Hellcat Pro MTB Shoes 2018
Sold by Chain Reaction Cycles



$335.99 USD - Includes free tires!
Was: $519.99 USD (35% off)
Nukeproof Horizon MTB Wheelset
Sold by Chain Reaction Cycles


$143.99 - $283.49 USD
Was: $372.00 USD (Up to 61% off)
Crank Brothers Highline Dropper Seatpost
Sold by Chain Reaction Cycles






Up To 60% Off
evo Black Friday Sale

Sold by evo


$47.99 USD
Was: $74.99 USD (36% off)
Leatt 3DF 5.0 Knee Guard
Sold by evo



$191.20 USD
Was: $239.00 USD (20% off)
Troy Lee Designs D3 Fiberlite Bike Helmet
Sold by evo


$47.99 USD
Was: $99.95 USD (52% off)
Fox Sergeant Shorts
Sold by evo






20% Off

2018 Fox Suspensions

Sold by Dunbar


$704.95 CAD
Was: $938.95 CAD (25% off)
Stans Flow MK3 / Hope Pro 4 Hubs Wheelset
Sold by Dunbar



30% Off
Maxxis Tires

Sold by Dunbar


40% Off
All Troy Lee Designs D3 Helmets

Sold by Dunbar





Images for December 2016 s Online Deals.

$63.00 CAD
Was: $119.95 CAD (47% off)
Maxxis Minion DHR II 27.5 x 2.4" WT 3C MaxxTerra EXO TR Tire
Sold by TBS Bike Parts


$749.00 CAD
Was: $1,499.99 CAD (50% off)
RockShox Lyrik RCT3 27.5 Dual Position 160mm Fork
Sold by TBS Bike Parts



$55.00 CAD
Was: $133.95 CAD (59% off)
Schwalbe Magic Mary EVO ADDIX Soft 27.5 x 2.35" or 2.6” SnakeSkin Tire
Sold by TBS Bike Parts


$55.00 CAD
Was: $104.95 CAD (50% off)
Maxxis High Roller II 27.5 x 2.5 WT 3C MaxxTerra EXO Tire
Sold by TBS Bike Parts







$399.99 USD
Was: $599.99 USD (33% off)
Performance Wheelhouse - Stan's NoTubes Arch MK3 Mountain Bike Wheelset + EXTRA 30% OFF Lowest Price & Totally Free Shipping!
Sold by Performance Bicycle


$108.97 USD
Was: $139.99 USA (22% off)
Camelbak M.U.L.E. NV 100 Hydration Pack + EXTRA 30% OFF Lowest Price & Totally Free Shipping

Sold by Performance Bicycle



$59.99 USD
Was: $79.99 USD (25% off)
Performance Exclusive WTB Rocket Elite Saddle + EXTRA 30% OFF Lowest Price & Totally Free Shipping
Sold by Performance Bicycle


$89.99 USD
Was: $129.99 USD (31% off)
Forté Clutch Carbon Flat MTB Handlebar + EXTRA 30% OFF Lowest Price & Totally Free Shipping
Sold by Performance Bicycle





$90.00 USD
30% Off Sitewide with Promo Code: blackfriday-18

Was: $130.00 USD (30% off)
Seventh Photochromic antiFOG
Sold by RYDERS EYEWEAR


$105.00
30% Off Sitewide with Promo Code: blackfriday-18

Was: $150.00 USD (30% off)
Pemby colourBOOST
Sold by RYDERS EYEWEAR


$168.00 USD
30% Off Sitewide with Promo Code: blackfriday-18

Was: $240.00 USD (30% off)
Roam FYRE
Sold by RYDERS EYEWEAR






Up to $600 Off

Up to $600 off select Fezzari Bicycles
Sold by Fezzari Bicycles


$2,399.00 USD
Was: $2,999.00 USD (20% off)
Cascade Peak 29er
Sold by Fezzari Bicycles



Free Shipping and Tubeless setup *US only. $185 value
2019 Fezzari La Sal Peak
Sold by Fezzari Bicycles


$1,749.00 USD
Was: $2,199.00 USD (20% off)
Fezzari Kings Peak Carbon Fat Bike
Sold by Fezzari Bicycles






£34.99
30% Off Sitewide with Promo Code: PINKBLACK

Was: £49.99 (30% off)
Nano EVO Pedals
Sold by Superstar Components


£160.99
30% Off Sitewide with Promo Code: PINKBLACK

Was: £299.99 (46% off)
Switch Boost Wheelset
Sold by Superstar Components



£20.99
30% Off Sitewide with Promo Code: PINKBLACK

Was: £29.99 (30% off)
UK Made Raptor Chainrings
Sold by Superstar Components


£195.99
30% Off Sitewide with Promo Code: PINKBLACK

Was: £279.99 (30% off)
24" Kids Performance Wheelset
Sold by Superstar Components




Images for December 2016 s Online Deals.

Save up to $4500
Santa Cruz Sale
Sold by Cambria Bike


Save up to $4600 off
Juliana Sale/Demo Bikes
Sold by Cambria Bike



Save to 45% off
Raceface SALE to 45% Off
Sold by Cambria Bike


Save up to 25% Off
Niterider SPECIAL
Sold by Cambria Bike





Spend $50 and get a free Calendar
Sold by PINKBIKE





MENTIONS: @evo // @jensonusa // @ChainReactionCycles // @RydersEyewear // @COMMENCALbicycles // @RydersEyewear // @dunbarcycles // @Fezzari //


Don't forget to check out all the sale stuff in the PB Store and head to the Buy and Sell page to find more great deals and cool gear.

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96 Comments

  • + 92
 How about this for Black Friday: Get away from the keyboard and go for a ride.
Save money and have some cheap thrills.

(I will live precariously through those who do, as I'm stuck in the office today.)
  • + 39
 Vicariously...not precariously. K enough grammar policing, gonna go for a ride.
  • + 40
 @matts67: Hahaha, of course. That's what I deserve for my precarious command of idioms.
  • + 10
 Scholars maintain the translation was lost many years ago... until Tool tittled one of their songs “vicarious” and now we use that word ever other day.
  • + 8
 @billfingmurray: F@#% black friday and all the shit with it.
  • + 9
 Minus 2F presently at my location, so I think I'll stay near the wood stove and drink more coffee...
  • + 14
 @matts67: so how's your German ?
  • + 2
 Va rouler! (the Sunn slogan)
  • + 3
 @billfingmurray: i love it when tools tittle stuff
  • + 4
 Best Black Friday deal is donate or buy your membership to your local trail association!! - nsmb.com/articles/mountain-bikings-best-black-friday-deal

I just did... represent SIMBS (South Island Mountain Bike Society)!!
  • + 19
 Those commencal deals are a joke
  • - 1
 The price differences between US an AUD are so off. Not even a similar price at all after conversion. @COMMENCALbicycles How do you explain this?
  • + 14
 Royal matrix jacket at Jenson still the same price as past 3 months..
  • + 14
 Remember a few years ago when there were real deals to be had?
  • + 5
 Back when a decent bike was pretty much only available through a bike shop?
  • + 12
 Oneup has a 20% off and free shipping over 70$ CAD. Use the discount code: WORKLESS20
  • + 4
 Cheers! 170mm drooper pole/remote for just over $200!
  • + 1
 @lubes17319: you can get the 9p8 for 230.... I have had them both, 9p8 is another level.
  • + 1
 @RedRedRe: Where is this 9x8 for $230?
  • + 1
 @jbling: black Friday blem sale
  • + 6
 These are pretty much the prices you can find all year around - if you know how to shop. Actually lower. The only deal I have seen are the mavic carbon wheels for usd 480... including tires and conversion caps, 27.5 and 29ers models. And the answer carbon bars for 20.
  • + 1
 @redredre where did you see that deal?
  • + 1
 The Highline for $142 is a deal. I was shopping that same post last month and the prices were all well into the 200s.
  • + 1
 @ninjatarian: I bought that post a couple days ago because of the Black Friday deal. I thought it was a good deal too.
  • + 10
 Hey @ibiscycles, where's my $999 Ripmo?!
  • + 5
 20% OFF the entire site over at www.offsetbushings.com Smile [code: blackfriday]
  • + 1
 This especially benefits Trek owners.
  • + 1
 @nyhc00: the reducers in my Session are not thick enough to make an offset version.
  • + 3
 @Rubberelli: When I had a Remedy using an offset bushing allowed me to run different shocks.
  • + 5
 Who stole the free 3D glasses from the movie and listed them on deals day?
  • + 4
 That Nukeproof wheel / tyre offer is superb!
  • + 1
 Worldwide Cyclery is having a sale that's actually good. 15% off orders $200 and up, 10% off $125 and up, and 5% off $25 and up for the whole site. Plus, no discount code needed. It applies it automatically.
  • + 3
 Hmmm I wonder which place the Mk3/Flow wheelset is gonna be bought most from...Dunbar for 704CAD or performance for 399usd.
  • + 1
 You had me legitimately worried about the Canadian dollar. One thing I noticed lately, I worked at a grocery store forever, and if I don't wear eyewear nowadays, prices be damned.
  • + 3
 Correction, those the Arch wheelset, not the Flow..26 mm internal width vs 29 mm for the Flow.
  • + 3
 @Hammer48: ah right you are good sir. It's what I get for checking pinkbike at 330am.
  • + 1
 how strong are MK3 rims compared to something like EX471s or MTX33's?
  • + 4
 The Dunbar one has Hope hubs, the Performance one has Stan's hubs. Now, I am a big fan of Stan's rims, but I wouldn't recommend Stan's hubs to my worst enemy, you will end up hiking out.
  • + 4
 EX471s are stronger by a lot.
  • + 0
 dunbar is out of stock, just checked the site
  • + 2
 Thanks to our joke of a president, tariff's are a real consideration...
  • + 2
 @littermac: back in stock now
  • + 0
 Lol I just bought the SDG bel-air yesterday at my LBS. I usually ride xc/aggressive xc, it's a very good saddle with it's width and slightly higher back-end that 'swoops up' which superbly aids in climbs. It's got a comfy material (leather or imitation leather like) you almost feel like you're 'sunk in' the saddle a bit because of the downward facing nose and wide body. Great saddle for xc but not so much enduro or downhill Oriented riding
  • + 3
 20% off everything at OneUp componenents
Promo WORKLESS20
  • + 3
 End this feature on PB seriously, it's a farking joke..
  • + 2
 Does Pinkbike get royalties for that PINKBLACK discount code? The regular code Superstar provides is BLACKMAGIC...
  • + 4
 Superstar run a discount so often anyway (like many others do) that 'black friday' is hardly worth bothering with - it will all be on sale again in a week anyway.
  • + 3
 Hope they do seeing as it'll help keep the site going that provides us with free content.
  • + 4
 @hairy1976: free content, maybe...

If you knew how much PB charge for prime advertising space I'm not sure you would worry about keeping the site going.
  • + 2
 @justanotherusername: lol. yeah 15k is really just rolling in it…capitalist pigs!
  • + 1
 @lyophilization: I dont follow you?

If your are implying I am moaning about them charging for advertisment, I am not, its their business and they can charge what they like, if you are implying that PB's owners will be poor, I imagine not, contributors probably get paid pennies, if anything though and do it for the love.

Anyway, well of topic from the OP - long and short of it is the items advertised above are here as they have paid PB as sum of monies (or will from conversions) to be here. They provide the billboard and the shops provide the product / advert. All is well.
  • + 2
 Probably just more of for marketing tracking... how many people came directly from Pinkbike vs. other..
  • + 5
 To answer the question no we dont do affiliate kickbacks. Pinkbike is a Paid advert The unique code lets us see which advertisers have the best return on investment. Its very rare we offer such a large amount off EVERYTHING on the site, fill your boots and get a great value UK made product for sensible money direct! hope that helps, Neil - Superstar PS to those complaining that retailers always have promotions.... i bet your one of those endless emails asking for an offer code!
  • + 1
 Will shipping to the US ever be available? Uberbike doesn’t it and they seem to have similar products to you. I would love to get my hands on about 70% of what you sell! @SuperstarComponents:
  • + 1
 @SuperstarComponents: serious question, if you get endless emails about discount codes do you not think it's because you are constantly between discounts?

Your potential customers are always anxious that if they purchase at RRP, it will be at a discount before it's even been dispatched to them.

I wouldn't dream of buying your pedals at RRP, they are almost constantly on offer - i am sure the business model mathematically makes sense though or you wouldn't do it.
  • + 1
 @Colson217: most small places outside of the USA can't get insurance to sell into you, every other country is fine but the USA has a fairly extreme litigation culture which makes insurers hike up pricing (we are talking a huge increase)

Many small business just continue to sell into the USA regardless making a calculated risk - it would be harder to sue outside of the USA being realistic so is unlikely unless a serious case.

I can't talk for superstar but it's likely seen as too expensive for insurance, not worth the risk sending without it and overall not seen as worth perusing in any regard.
  • + 1
 To sell to the US would QUADRUPLE our entire company insurance bill. We manufacture parts for motorsport and aerospace and they don’t bat an eyelid but USA sales they get freaked by.

So unless we sell millions to a place which would cost a fortune to service and ship to doesn’t make sense for us. Most companies set up a subsidiary there so when they get sued it only takes that part of the company down. @Colson217:
  • + 1
 @SuperstarComponents: Surely though a 3x increase in insurance is easily worth it, I expected it to be more like 10x or higher.

Say insurance is £2kpa currently, or £8k inc USA insurance why would you need to sell 'millions' to make it worthwhile? - Royal Mail ship to the USA economically and relaibly, it works fine for CRC and countless others (I know you will tell a story about how absolutely everything goes missing but that is complete tosh, a company I work with sends 1000 items per week to the USA with a tiny loss rate)

Comparing shipping to the USA to making aerospace / motorsport parts isnt relevant, insurance for a CNC shop covers all components manufactured (at least ours does).
  • + 0
 @justanotherusername: add a nought to that insurance figure....

royal mail loses things effectively, so much so we dont use it outside of europe. the majority of those losses are fraud by the customer from experience (maybe your customers are more honest!), but if it aint tracked you get ripped as a business. I worked out a few years back if we refund your order and threw the part in the bin it would be more profitable than royal mail to Austrailia....

unfortunately you cant beat the truth, if it was different we would do things differently. if it was that cheap and lucrative we would be banging out millions of parts to the USA tomorrow.
  • + 0
 @SuperstarComponents: You pay £20k for your insurance and expect it to be £80k if you sell to the USA? Have you actually thought about what you have just written? E.g. the insurance industry in the UK cites the average accross all types of business in the UK is less than £800pa, we do pay much more than that here due to the value of our machinery and required level liability insurance but we dont pay cose to £20k (You cant include buildings insurance if you own property either, its just not relevant)

Royal Mail just dont lose things effectively though, as I say a company we work with / supply sends over 1000 items per week via Royal Mail signed for to the USA alone, around double that to other locations - the loss rate is tiny overall and the items are tracked and signed all for around a tenner - were you using a non-signed form of airmail? (why would you, if charging the customer for the service?) Are you saying your overseas customers are all theives?

Yould be banging out 'millions of parts' to the USA tomorrow? - Does the entire cycle industry of the UK even send a million parts to the USA? - At an average price of £40.00 for one of your parts that would be 40 million quids worth a year and if there was any truth in that a paltry £80k for insurance would be more than worthwhile.

You cant beat the truth no........
  • + 1
 @justanotherusername:

Yes i have thought about it because i actually know what im talking about.

wow if business insurance was £800!

bet your not expecting to send wheel boxes for a tenner signed for!

You clearly know nothing about what your talking about so i will decline to take your advice.
  • + 1
 @SuperstarComponents: for somebody who 'knows what they are talking about' most of what you write publicly is complete made up believe.

Who said anything about your insurance being £800? I just stated the nationwide average across all types of business.

Who said you could send a wheel box for £10? Do you only sell wheels?

I'm not asking for you to take my advice, carry on in your world of fantas...£80k insurance policies and the shipping of 'millions' (and millions and millions..... Donald, is that you?)

You show yourself up time and time again in public forums, when will you learn?
  • + 1
 I purchased that highline seatpost from CRC, I never thought I'd purchase another CB product again but the reviews were glowing, wish me luck!
  • + 5
 Good luck.
  • + 3
 Good luck. Mine would never stay down. They sent me springs to replace in it to no avail. They said it doesn't work in certain frames. A OneUp 170 for $250 works great though. Never had a problem with the shorter Reverb either.
  • + 1
 I've got about 400 trouble free miles on mine and love it! I did run in to an issue where it wouldn't stay down, the cause for me was spinning the seat around when I put my bike on my buddies 4 place rack. I just had to reclock the actuating mechanism.
  • + 1
 I’m giving the Highline a go as well. I considered it before, and after seeing the sale price I decided it’s worth the risk.

If this one doesn’t work out I’m just going to blow my wallet on a BikeYoke Revive and call it a day.
  • + 1
 Hopefully it last a couple of seasons until the electronic ones start hitting the market at reasonable prices.
  • + 1
 @ninjatarian: bought my revive for total of $230.
Won the post in a eBay auction for $180
Bought the triggy remote off pb classifieds for $45.
Had to buy the keeper nut that attached the cable to post for $5.

Revive is money can't find a bad review if it needs bled it takes 10 sec.

I honestly don't know why another post.
  • + 1
 @reverend27: no 200mm option.
  • + 1
 CBO is the home of the crazy Santa Cruz deals... scored a closeout Stigmata there last year. Top notch.
  • + 1
 Santa Cruz is offering 20% off a full price item on their apparel, parts and tools through their webstore... really neat
  • + 1
 Anyone still seriously think about those so-called "blackfridays" and other "discount deals"??
  • - 5
flag stinkbikelies (Nov 23, 2018 at 6:55) (Below Threshold)
 These deals are about as pathetic as the content on this site anymore
  • + 6
 @stinkbikelies: if only there was a way to NOT goto a website and comment on the 'pathetic' content…
  • + 1
 @lyophilization: the logistics to do that would be overwhelmingly difficult.
  • + 1
 Chain reaction has a sale on all year round, nothing new here, it's all complete BS
  • + 3
 Plenty of things I have looked at on online are more expensive today than they were outisde of 'black friday' - Its almost like they realise the customer gets caught up in bargain / spending mode.....
  • + 2
 And.......nothing that I need.
  • + 1
 those $39 magnesium pedals are water-reactive when they burn. ..."don't try this at home kids"
  • + 1
 They throw lots of sparks if you clip a rock at high speed in fading twilight. And you can use them to help start a fire in an emergency! Just shave off some metal and hit it with a lighter...
  • + 1
 Perfect for California mountain biking.
  • + 1
 @Pinkbike staff may you all get e mopeds for Xmas
  • + 1
 This is whack, only 1 motorcycle on sale for Black Friday!
  • - 1
 @drivereight -- Hit up munn racing
  • + 1
 Modern-day moped motorcycles are still cool and get respect please do not confuse the two
  • - 3
 Love online deals. Purchased a Camelbak for a great deal awhile back, couldn't be happier. Tons of stuff to like here. 40$ magnesium pedals, WHAT!? How do you even procure magnesium!? I feel like a, "make a wish" foundation kid.
  • + 1
 What???
  • + 8
 I'll have what he's having thank you Smile
  • + 1
 Yobros, I was going to buy one of these (www.oneskee.com/eu/mens) so I can bicycle in the winter, what's your opinion? They're super expensive.
  • + 2
 @Kramz: my opinion is that you are right. They are super expensive.

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