Online Deals - May 2020

May 8, 2020
by Pinkbike Staff  


Jenson USA Logo

$26.99
Was: $45
Fasthouse Fastline Slash SS Jersey
Sold by Jenson USA



$21.98
Was: $54.95
WTB Speed Pro Gel Saddle
Sold by Jenson USA




$134.99
Was: $179
PNW Rainier Gen 2 Dropper Post
Sold by Jenson USA



$67.50
Was: $150
Bell Sixer MIPS Mtn Bike Helmet 2019
Sold by Jenson USA










$299.99
Was: $400
100% Aircraft Carbon MIPS Bike Helmet
Sold by levelninesports



$3,699
Was: $5,550
Cannondale Trigger 2 Bike
Sold by levelninesports





$122.99
Was: $305
Oakley MTB LS Tech Tee w/ Oakley MTB Bibs and MTB Shorts
Sold by levelninesports


$159.99
Was: $400
RockShox Reverb Dropper Seatpost
Sold by levelninesports










$5,799
Evil Offering GX Eagle Complete Mountain Bike
Sold by Evo



$219.00
Was: $295.00
Troy Lee Designs Stage MIPS Bike Helmet
Sold by Evo



$80.00
Was: $100.00
Five Ten Freerider EPS Shoes
Sold by Evo



$99.95

Evo Tailgate Pad
Sold by Evo










$4,545.95 CAD
Was: $6,199.95 CAD
2019 Devinci Spartan Carbon 29 GX
Sold by Dunbar



$4999.95 CAD
Was: $6399.95 CAD
2019 Devinci Spartan Carbon GX 27.5
Sold by Dunbar



$159.95 CAD
Was: $179.95 CAD
Race Face Tailgate Pad (Black S/M only)
Sold by Dunbar


$749.95 CAD
Was: $2699.95 CAD
2017 Devinci Wilson 27.5 Frameset (Small)
Sold by Dunbar









$25
Was: $49.95
iXS Progressive 6.1 Youth Jersey
Sold by Gravity Cartel



$25
Was: $95
iXS Carve Knee Pads - Kids
Sold by Gravity Cartel




$25
Was: $79.90
iXS Carve Elbow Pads - Kids
Sold by Gravity Cartel



$40
Was: $79.95
iXS Asper 6.1 Youth Shorts
Sold by Gravity Cartel








Images for December 2016 s Online Deals.


$59.00 CAD
Was: 119.95 CAD
Maxxis Minion DHF 27.5 x 2.5″ WT 3C MaxxTerra TR EXO Tire
Buy 4 or more = $55.00 CAD each
Sold by TBS Bike Parts



$59.00 CAD
Was: $109.95 CAD
Maxxis Minion DHR II 27.5 x 2.4″ WT 3C MaxxTerra EXO TR Tire
Buy 4 or more = $55.00 CAD each
Sold by TBS Bike Parts




$63.00 CAD
Was: $109.95 CAD
Maxxis Assegai 29 x 2.5″ WT 3C MaxxTerra TR EXO Tire
Buy 4 or more = $58.00 CAD each
Sold by TBS Bike Parts



$75.00 CAD
Was: $114.95 CAD
Maxxis Minion DHR II 29 x 2.4″ WT 3C MaxxTerra TR EXO+ Tire
Buy 4 or more = $70.00 CAD each
Sold by TBS Bike Parts









$4,499.99
Was: $5,999.99
Trek 2019 Slash 9.7 19.5 Matte Gravel
Sold by Calgary Cycles



$1,399
Was: $2,099
Santa Cruz Reserve 30 Wheelset SRAM XD 27.5
Sold by Calgary Cycles





$6,999.99
Was: $8,999
Juliana 2019 Furtado CC 3.0 X01+ Pinot
Sold by Calgary Cycles



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Must add all items to cart - discount will be applied at checkout
Automatic Discount: MAY-ONLINE-DEALIOS
Sale ends: May 31, 2020 at 11:59pm Pacific Time

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60 Comments

  • 85 1
 So no deals then?
  • 10 0
 Just that reserve wheel set. Everything else is super standard or something I don’t think many people would want to buy
  • 9 0
 This is the last place to look for good deals. Gotta do your own googling to get the best deals.
  • 10 1
 @bulletbassman: C'mon that reverb will have everyone scrambling for the buy now button
  • 2 0
 @DoubleCrownAddict: it used to be a good place when it first started out; like, bought some crap I didn’t need because of how cheap it was type deals. Now it has just turned into a monthly advertisement for the retailer more than a list of bargains for the reader.
  • 5 0
 I just bought a TLD d3 helmet for $140 on jenson.
  • 2 1
 I'm fine with this segment. There are plenty of consumers without the infinite wisdom of the PB gallery who want to get on the net, grab a discount and get back to making way more money than you and I. And if it helps a mountain bike website pay the bills, do it. Do it. . . . Do it.
  • 2 0
 we are now at the point where retailers expect us feel 6k for a Mtb is a good deal ON SALE WOW. Ohh and if you can't afford it don't feel bad we can help you get in debt over it.
  • 2 0
 @onemind123: hahahahahahahaaha you think people would scramble for the old reverb that thing had so many flaws
  • 44 0
 That reverb is about $150 overpriced
  • 19 1
 You’d have to pay me to install a Reverb on my bike.
  • 3 2
 I’d ride a reverb but wouldn’t touch any dropper which the cable attaches at the top of the post
  • 13 0
 TBS, best place to buy rubber. Usually arrives in three days. I buy 3 at a time(1 front,2 rear) with free shipping so I'm paying under $70 a tire and I always have fresh tread!
  • 1 0
 Their warehouse is located in my city, Kelowna bc
  • 14 1
 Wouldn't an EU centric version of the Online Deals posts be interesting?
  • 4 0
 The Shimano prices would drive me further into Covid depression.
  • 1 0
 @dsellinger: That and the Magura, Schwalbe, Continental, DT Swiss, etc. prices as well.
  • 1 0
 @gus6464: what is wrong with them in the usa?
  • 2 0
 @Uchwmdr: double to triple the price.
  • 2 0
 @gus6464: well i guess it is transcontinental marker.. in eu, for me it is much cheaper to buy european brands than american. Just spent 900 euros on the new fox shock which is barely 660 usd in america, sooo
  • 8 0
 Fix the Santa Cruz Reverse 30 Wheelset image. I got excited when I saw these with i9 hubs. They do not come with these.
  • 1 0
 Got me too!
  • 4 0
 So much Reverb hate. From what I hear, it's warranted. Maybe I got lucky. 2K plus singletrack miles and zero maintenance other than wiping down and a bit of stanchion lube now and then. That said when it does need a rebuild, I'll probably just get one of the new, lower-priced options, I got my son a PNW. Brilliant post for the price and 3-year warranty. The lever is so nice.
  • 2 0
 Yeah, SRAM is alright with warranty. But the trouble is every time you need to warranty something you are left without that part for weeks. And failure rate has been VERY high on some parts. That means a lot of time off your bike. I know a few people who have had issues with posts, brakes, and fork, all on the same bike and all SRAM parts. Several months off a bike in the first year of ownership - you can understand why people might start hating. People want a good warranty for sure, but parts that just work sort of supersede that.
  • 2 0
 Maybe I got lucky, too, but I’d say my old reverb was just as reliable as any part on my old bike. Nine seasons with maybe one or two rebuilds. The worst thing about it was the remote, which I bent or snapped on a couple occasions. Finally mounted under the bar — problem solved.
  • 2 0
 @TheR: lucky you. My girlfriends Kona Hei Hei CR DL came with one, and the entire inside assembly basically ejected itself I to her seat tube cavity, oil and all, within a year of ownership. Pretty fantastic mess. Her SRAM guide RS brakes both suffered heat lockout as well, and her Pike damper spewed oil from the compression assembly from day 1. She also has a hardtail that came with Reba and Level brakes - first week of ownership the air spring blew up and a brake on that bike suffered head induced lockout. At the time, SRAM would only warranty one brake at a time, so as soon at #1 came back, #2 locked out. Needless to say, that's all a lot of time without fairly new bikes because of failing parts. And never mind the safety concerns about exploding air springs and brakes randomly looking out. I've warrantied my fair share of Reverbs for sag issues also, and forks for creaking CSU's. We're pretty much sworn off all things SRAM - quality control is abysmal, and safety seems to be a secondary concern for SRAM.
  • 1 0
 @privateer-wheels: I’m by no means a SRAM guy. I do not like their drive trains. I’d rather roll XT. But I just never had a problem with the Reverb. I also had no problem with Elixir brakes when everyone was talking about how awful they were. My 2010 Lyrik forks were beasts, but I had to warranty the charger damper on my new Pike in 2019. They uprgraded to the new damper for free, which was nice. I’m not saying people can’t have issues, but based on my experience, I can’t write them off as the worlds worst component company.
  • 1 0
 @TheR: Unfortunately for me, I'm in an entirely different boat.

I also had Elixir Carbon brakes that gushed oil out the levers before long! Still have the levers in my tool box. They were okay after downgrading the levers.

I've just grown tired of all the reliability issues. If I can avoid SRAM, I will.

Sincerely I hope your good luck continues. Please send some my way Smile
  • 1 0
 @privateer-wheels: I’ve been told the lower- level elixir brakes were ok — that’s what I had. As I said, I’m not a SRAM guy. Other than my fork and shock, I don’t think I have a single SRAM product on my current bike. But I do have XT brakes, which I am told have an inconsistent bite point I have yet to experience.
  • 3 0
 The Oakley kit is actually a pretty good deal for 120$. Too bad the shipping, taxes and exchange rate kinda screw it up for us Canadian folks
  • 2 0
 I ride commando with a Goodwill custom kit. Cost about $10 plus my shoes/helmet
  • 1 0
 doesn't look like the bibs have back side pockets..?
  • 6 2
 Just bought a bike with a reverb on it.. worst dropper post ever!!
  • 2 2
 I just ran a Reverb for a year (then sold the bike), best dropper I've had so far.
  • 1 1
 @islandforlife: maybe it's because it's youre first one. Try an other brand and you'll see
  • 1 1
 @Mathhhh: Haha, reverb was the forth of the five brands I've used.
  • 2 1
 Level 9 Sports has insane deals right now, all new bikes come with free water bottle, cage and pedals. I just bought one of their demo bikes at a killer deal and it's practically brand new.
  • 1 0
 And that Trigger 2 is about $300 above wholesale.
  • 2 0
 Anybody know if those IXS knee pads are any good? cause I kinda need some and thats a pretty solid deal.
  • 1 0
 Not bad
  • 4 0
 Get the 7idp Sam Hill Knee pads and dont look back!

www.levelninesports.com/7idp-sam-hill-knee-pads
  • 1 0
 I like mine a lot, and they were the only ones I tried on that felt like they’d stay in place. That said, the sale is only on kids sizes.
  • 1 0
 @melanthius: Oh, didn't see that hahah thanks
  • 1 0
 @wandrer: agreed. the sam hills are rhe benchmark for 'soft' knee pads. theyll eventually have a stictch or two that fails tho...they get worn and washed a ton so stitching always weak link in mtb goods..especially troy lee stuff lol
  • 3 0
 Santa Cruz "Reverse" wheels... LOL!!
  • 3 0
 I thought it said FISTHOUSE, chuckled and then put my glasses on.
  • 2 0
 Yes I want reverse wheels
  • 2 1
 Things that pertain to mountain biking that costs a certain amount of money!!
  • 2 0
 The L9 Oakley MTB Clothing Kit is a crazy deal!!!!! OMG Thank you!
  • 1 0
 I have been stoked on L9's kits and prices recently. It seems like they have way more gear this year.
  • 1 0
 What is that suspension layout on the Devinci 27.5. Not what's in the link or anything I've seen before from them?
  • 1 0
 REVERSE wheels for the win
  • 1 0
 No discount on t-shirt when purchasing socks....???
Coupon doesn't work
  • 1 0
 Hey! I just tried the discount on my end and it worked out. The discount appears once you go in to check-out, choose shipping, etc. Shoot me a DM if you have further issues and I can help.
  • 1 1
 OH, SO NOW DROPPER POSTS ARE REASONABLY PRICED. AFTER I SPENT 1 BAJILLION ON ONE. EFF RIGHT OFF.
  • 1 0
 Anyone have feedback on the Bell Sixer Helmet deal?
  • 1 0
 So no one bought a Wilson then? That’s a crazy deal.
  • 2 1
 I don’t need any of this crap.
  • 1 0
 Socks!

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