Sister cycling-specific store Cycle Republic is also due to launch its own line of Black Friday deals, but these aren’t expected until Black Friday itself on 23 November.
We’ve only covered a handful of deals, so be sure to check out Halfords’ Black Friday page for the full scoop.
Tacx Flux smart trainer —
The Tacx Flux Smart trainer is one of our favourite connected direct-drive trainers on the market. It sacrifices some of the features of the top-end Neo model (primarily packability) in favour of a more reasonable price.
Mongoose Stance Elite stunt scooter —
Scooters are the new N+1 for 2018... right?
Garmin Edge 25 —
Garmin's are rarely discounted, so finding this Edge 25 with a £32 discount from Halfords is a rare find indeed.
The diminutive unit is one of our favourites and a compelling buy at well under £100.
Voodoo Agwe —
If you’re looking for a simple and well-equipped commuter for riding around town, you could do far worse than the Voodoo Agwe.
Fitted with an easy-to-maintain 1x drivetrain, decent brakes and nice finishing kit, the bike is a steal at just £400
Voodoo Bizango —
The much-loved Bizango is now available with a healthy £130 off, bringing the well-equipped bike down to a very affordable £520. If you’re feeling generous, this could be a great option for the beginner mountain biker this Christmas.
Halfords Advanced 170 piece socket and ratchet set —
If you’re looking to expand or start building a home bike workshop or just need a general toolkit, you could do much, much worse than this heavily discounted ratchet and spanner set.
Taken from Halfords’ Advanced lineup — which offers a lifetime guarantee on all tools — this 170-piece set has a whopping £195 saving for Black Friday.
Voodoo Nakisi —
The Voodoo Nikasi is built around a nicely finished 7005 alloy frameset, which features a number of gravel-friendly tweaks. Skinny-ish seatstays and flattened chainstays should help to improve comfort on rough terrain, with a slack 71-degree head angle and long-ish 425mm chainstays improving stability.
Better still, all of this off-road capability is currently available for just £440.
Voodoo Bantu —
If you prefer your off road adventures to be a bit more singletrack-flavoured, the Bantu should be right up your street.
The spec sheet isn’t going to set the world alight, but at just £360, this could be a great option for someone starting out.
This article was last updated on the 22nd of November 2018