With the seasons turn here in Europe we’ve found some great deals on bike lights and a heavily discounted Castelli jacket. For those looking to upgrade their bikes there’s an absolute bargain to be had on SRAM’s Force eTap AXS groupset as well as a set of Mavic climbing wheels.
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The excellent SRAM Force eTap AXS groupset is on a whopping discount. It does think a little differently, using smaller chain rings and moving more gears on to the rear it’s able to have a smaller progression and more even spacing between gears. AXS is SRAM’s electronic gearing which offers smooth shifting, and this particular deal is for SRAM’s rim brake model.
This powerful front light has up to 1000 lumens of output, which is plenty for urban riding and should see you right if you ride rurally at night, too. It has 8 output modes, including a daytime flash mode.
The rear light offers 270 degrees of visibility and up to 75 lumens output.
The 2020 versions of Mavic’s classic climbing wheelset are on a hefty discount. The lightweight carbon wheels weighs just 1445g. They’re tubeless ready as standard and use Mavic’s iTgMAX carbon braking technology to avoid heat build up and improve reliability.
Perfect for base miles in the autumn and winter, the Castelli Elemento uses synthetic down to add insulation and a slightly looser cut for greater comfort on the bike.
Schwalbe G-One Evo Microskin 35mm tyre was £59 now £38.99
That’s it for this week, we’ll be back next Sunday with more great deals.
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