This week’s CoronaDays Deals and Discounts come from GoPro, REI, ROKA, Thesis, The Sufferfest, and more, with savings on action cams, smartwatches, all-road bikes, training plans; plus more Alchemy, Knight Composites, Kogel, Magura, Moots, Ocoee, Wahoo & Wattbike deals…

Many cycling industry businesses are taking this pandemic head-on to push through hard times by offering deals & discounts to keep us consuming. Each week now, in addition to our regular end of week news roundup, we’re compiling a ‘best of’ selection of those Mega Deals. Check back every weekend for fresh deals from your favorite brands!

Mega Deals on Bikes, Gadgets & Gear

  • Save up to $1000 on a Thesis OB1 all-road bike – Thesis has announced a major, but limited-time offers on their OB1 and OB1 AXS bikes. They had invested heavily in preparing for the riding season not expecting a pandemic. In order to maintain support of their team, partners & community through this period, they need to clear stock and are running some killer deals on their OB1 builds… The OB1 now starts at $2800 (or $4000 w/ the double wheelset package) “when you bring a friend” (down from normal $3300+). The OB1 AXS now starts at $4000 (down from $5000+). More info is available on their blog.

GoPro Hero 8 Black more powerful POV action camera

  • How about an extra $100 off a GoPro! – Some pretty sweet solo & bundle deals are goin on now over at Save $100 / 100€ off either a HERO8 Black or HERO 7 Black. And if you pick the discount off the regular bundles, they’ll throw in some extras too… like a Shorty grip, Head Strap, a 32GB SD card AND a spare battery saving you even more.

  • Take $80 off a Garmin Vívoactive 4 & 4S smartwatches – No through April 14, you can save $80 on Garmin’s smaller, more compact GPS smartwatch that looks more like a regular watch rather than a cycling computer strapped to your wrist. The vivoactive 4 and 4s smartwatches still feature built-in sports apps, activity & heartrate tracking, contactless payments, music, plus all-day health monitoring.
  • Save 25% off and stay focuses with ROKA eyewear – As Roka searches for what they say will be their ‘new normal’, they are giving us a chance to save on some fancy new shades. Use code ‘MOVE25’ to save a quarter off on almost every product available on their site.

  • Save big at the REI April Outlet event – OK, so who doesn’t love a deal over at REI. In this month’s garage sale, you can save up to 60% on new markdowns at REI Outlet until April 14.

  • Free 4 weeks of The Sufferfest training – Wahoo Fitness wants those of you stuck inside to stay fit, no matter if you buy a new device or trainer apparently, so they’ve been hyping us to the expanded Sufferfest training trials – instead of the standard two weeks, it’s now pushed out an extra 30 days with promo code ALLINSUFPLAN for new subscribers (it seems that should actually add up 14+30!) It all comes down to new 4-week training plans they’ve developed, and The Sufferfest wants everyone to get free access to see how these new plans work.

Returning Deals…

  • Quarq DZero power meters are still 1/2 their old price – More affordable power meters are the new norm. Quarq modular spider-based DZero power meters are now  $400€ (down from $780€) for those who already got a bike with a compatible Quarq-ready crank or existing S-Works cranks. There are versions to work with 1x or 2x, regular rings or Shimano 4-bolt rings, plus arms & bottom brackets to fit any bike.

  • Get $50 / £49 Cash Back on a new Wahoo Elemnt Roam this month – Buy a new Elemnt Roam GPS (or a bundle of one) anytime in the month of April in the US or UK, and Wahoo fitness will give you back fifty bucks. To get the $50 Cash Back (or £40 in the UK) you have to buy the GPS, use it & keep the receipt for a month, then after 30 days is up (and up to 45 days after the purchase date) you can submit your claim online to get a cashback reward sent directly to your bank account. The delay looks to be a safeguard against people gaming the system with returns, and will give the qualifying retailers a cash influx in the short-term. Full details at:

  • Buy a Kogel ceramic BB, get matching ceramic pulleys for free – In Kogel Bearings’ spring sale they are offering a killer ceramic deal. “Buy any bottom bracket $119 and up. We will send you a set of pulleys to complete your ride for zero dollars. Just select your preferred set in the pop up window or in the store and add them to your cart.” All ceramic derailleur upgrade pulleys up to $130 are included. That means you are gonna buy a ceramic BB, and get a ceramic pulley upgrade for any derailleur on the market, that likely costs more than the BB… for free. (The discount will appear automatically in your cart.) Tons of options are available. Time for a low-friction upgrade.

  • Save 25% off Knight Composites carbon wheels & more! – Knight Composites just awarded a new pair of Knight All Road/Gravel wheels to the winner of their Dirty Kanza Wheel Contest. But they don’t want all those who didn’t win to miss out. So, from now until April 30, use coupon code: ‘DKCONTEST25’ to take 25% off your entire order of any regular priced products on their site.

  • Save 20% off a pro-level Wattbike Icon to train indoors – Following the UK Government’s steps to slow the spread of coronavirus, “all UK gyms and leisure centres have closed their doors”. Watt bike understands the importance of social distancing, and how taxing they can be on both cyclists’ physical training and mental health. So, to support UK Wattbikers during this time, they’re making the brand new Wattbike Icon available for just £2499 (a 20%, £620 savings). Built for commercial use, the Icon can be purchased for a limited time only, with the option of 6 months 0% financing.

  • Save 20% off Magura brakes – Need a break? Magura is giving you one. Upgrade your stoppers this month to prep for when all the trails open up again, and get 20% off all Magura products, plus free shipping for order over $100. Get out and love your trail! Magura USA wants to help you get geared up for spring riding so they’re offering a brake upgrade discount. Use code ‘GETOUT20‘ at checkout.

  • Buy one of Moots’ photo, press & demo bikes at discount – Moots titanium doesn’t often get discounted. But as they have been shutdown by the CO ‘Stay in Place’ order, Moots is selling off their fleet of pre-built photo, press, and demo bikes that have been used to promote new models. Some have light use as demos, some photo bikes have never been ridden. Stock is limited, but all the builds are premium, and this could be a good chance to get on some fancy Colorado ti.

  • Still save $1000 of an Alchemy road, gravel or mountain bike – All current Alchemy complete bikes are still being offered with a $1000 discount, making their premium rides more accessible than ever. Qualified customers can also choose to finance for up to 12 months at 0%. And new signups to their newsletter as an Alchemy VIP will also give 25% off your first softgoods order.

  • Still save 10% on Ocoee all-road, gravel or MTB carbon now – Ocoee’s Spring Sale is still chugging along, offering 10% off many of their already affordable carbon gravel, road & mountain bikes. Even their frames are on sale. Complete bikes start at $2250, framesets from $1525, all with the option for 0% financing and free shipping. Order a new bike online, and they’ll deliver it to your door fully-assembled in 14 days.


  1. Tom on

    yeah, I’m going to be that guy – headline shot has 4 people, two of whom are riding the yellow line. This SHOULD not be encouraged. I catch enough grief from motorists, riding the yellow line just makes drivers more hostile.

    • Kyle Jordan on

      Maybe they’re riding in California, where there are often signs that say “Cyclists may use full lane”. Or maybe it’s a marketing photoshoot, on an empty road. Or maybe it’s on a closed road during coronavirus quarantine.
      Point is, you don’t have to be “that guy”.

    • patrick on

      It’s straight from the Thesis website where it’s obviously a marketing picture to cram a bunch of smiling people on Thesis bikes into one picture. You must be way too bored.

    • Marc Smith on

      ever take the full lane on the pacific coast highway ? Yeah OK, get over yourself. Driver cyclist runner. Stop telling cars to go faster and not pay attention to the road. This is an empty road.

      • Tollers on

        It is California. Actually….the guy in orange is the founder of Thesis. It’s clearly a marketing shoot….and its in the middle of nowhere. The smiles are likely real!

        PS…Motorists don’t hate cyclists here. In California, motorists are cyclists and cyclists are motorists.


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