Looking for the best Amazon Prime Day deals on bike gear, components, action cameras, GPS cycling computers and more? We’ve been scouring Amazon all morning to find these deals, and we’ll keep adding more as they pop up!
Keep checking for the latest deals on cycling related gear, and grab these while they last…Prime Days are October 13-14, 2020, only, and when Wednesday ends, so do the deals! (PS – these deals are for Amazon Prime members only, but you can join before adding anything to your cart and get the deals. Click any link to go straight to that product’s deal page.)
2020 Amazon Prime Day Deals
GPS, Lights, Cameras, Watches & Electronics
Jaybird’s X4 Wireless Bluetooth Headphones are on sale for the surprisingly low price of $49.99. As far as workout earbuds go, these are some of our favorites.
Route your way to big savings on the Garmin Edge 1030 for 50% OFF at $299.99. It’s a big, 3.5″ screen GPS Cycling computer with navigation and connected features that work across numerous Bluetooth and ANT+ sensors. (UPDATE: This deal is already gone!)
While we’re on watches, Garmin’s Rugged Outdoor Watch with GPS is 50% OFF at $149.99 – only in black, though, the other colors will cost you more.
DJI has four of their most popular items on sale, with crazy low prices on their action cam, gimbals and the ultra-light Mavic Mini “Fly More” bundle deal. Here’s the prices:
- Omso Mobile 3 smartphone gimbal – $104.99
- Osmo Action Cam – $199.99
- Osmo Pocket gimbal action cam – $299.99
- Mavic Mini Combo w/ 2x spare batteries – $399.99
Massage, Nutrition & Self Care
Bump up your nutrition easily with these Amazing Grass green drinks. They’re chock full of all the stuff we should be eating every day, and they’re a helluva good deal compared to some other brands that spend a ton on advertising. We really like the “purple” (aka “sweet berry”) flavor, but that and the “red” (aka “berry”) flavor are on sale for just $16.49 (reg $22.99).
Sports nutrition is expensive, but here’s a few treats we found to help you recover quickly after those big rides. Note: There’s a lot of bars, gels, and drinks on sale, too much to list here , (check the full category list here) but we picked some highlights from brands we know and trust to delivery quality goods. Here they are:
- Orgain Plant-Based Protein powder – $20.01 (reg. 28.59)
- Vital Proteins Collagen Peptides – $25.46 (reg. $49.99)
- Core Power protein shakes – $22.31 (reg $35.88)
The Lifestraw Personal Water Filter weighs virtually nothing and is no larger than a hand pump, making it a great addition to any deep woods mountain bike outing. Because, you know, just in case. It’s currently half off, on sale for just $9.99 (reg. $19.95.)
We’ve been using the VYBE Percussion Massage Gun for a couple months and really like the wide range of speeds and rock-solid build. it’s not technically a Prime Day deal, but it is 25% off for Prime Members right now, and worth a look if you’ve been wanting a percusson massage tool without breaking the bank!
Want something simpler? Try the Ativafit Yoga Foam Roller, on sale for only $19.19, which has been proven to work as well as stretching (if you do it a few times a day) for keeping muscles limber. Because we all know cyclists have tight hips, hamstrings, and, well, everything else…so use this to loosen up a bit and start driving more power to the pedals!”
It’s almost scary how inexpensive these are, but we’ve been using a set for almost a year now and they’re great. The LetsFit resistance bands give you up to 150lbs of “weight” by interchanging 10, 20, 30, 40 and 50 pound bands onto the handles. Just make sure you have a secure hook to attach them to, then get after it…because you know we still need to workout that upper body. They’re on sale for just $15.96 (reg. $19.95).
Gear, Bags & Accessories
Osprey has a few different packs and accessories on sale, including their Packing Cube Set for 20% off at checkout (reg. $37.95). Packs include their Porter 46 ($69.99), which is an excellent crossover backpack/duffel with tuck away straps for easier carrying and carry-on usage; plus their Ultralight Stuff Pack (20% off at checkout, reg. $35)
Pumping is for chumps when you’ve got a pocket-sized inflator like the AirXwills Portable Tire Inflator for just $36.79. While it probably won’t seat a tubeless tire back onto the rim, it’ll keep things topped off with minimal effort.
Oakley has selected sunglasses 20% OFF. Mostly lifestyle shades, there are a few cycling models in the mix, with tons of lens shapes and options for anything you’re gonna be doing outside.
Camping & Outdoor Gear
The Coleman Montana is a popular item for car camping…and it sleeps EIGHT people. Or, two people and bikes and gear with room to move. It’s a great home base for those long weekend road trips to killer trails. And it’s cheap, at just $111.64 (reg. $219.99).
Actually, Coleman has a TON of tents, camp stoves, air mattresses and more on sale for Prime Day 2020. Check out the full list here.
UCO has their mini camp grill on sale, which is cool (and folds completely flat!!!), but we really love their fiber-reinforced nylon utensils. Not only are they ultralight and super tough, but we’re pretty sure that bolt pattern will fit your water bottle mounts. They’re not on sale, but they’re so cheap, it kinda doesn’t matter. Lots of colors to choose from, too!
Bicycle & Garage Security
Let’s face it, if we have expensive bikes sitting in our garage, we want to make sure they’re safe. We’ve researched the best combos of equipment to create a simple home security setup, which we’ll outline in a future post. For now, here’s the equipment we’re setting up, all of which is on killer deals for Prime Day.
The Ring Video Doorbell 3 is on sale for $139.99 (reg. $199.99), but select the bundle with the Echo Show 5 and you get both for $149.99. This creates the foundation that gives you a smart screen that can show you what’s on every camera you’ll add for just $10 on top of the already massively discounted Ring 3.
Next, go with the Ring Indoor Cameras. Unless you store your bikes outside (please, no), the indoor models are less expensive without giving up any features. And they come in white and black, so you can hide a black one in a darker corner of your garage so it goes undetected. They’re $44.99 each (reg $59.99), and you can add as many as you need, then sync them all into your system via the Ring app.
From there, if you want to record the footage when they’re motion activated, you’ll need to subscribe to Ring Plus ($10/mo, unlimited cameras). Without that, you’ll still be able to view the footage from anywhere you can get online or cell data service, but it won’t record it for playback to the authorities.
There are other options out there, but if you’re still reading this, you’re likely a Prime member, and these are the easiest way to build on that ecosystem and take full advantage of Prime’s benefits.
Want more deals?
Stay tuned, we’ll add more as we find them…new items will be added to the TOP of the each category in the post.
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