Current Promotions from Recommended Stores

If you need some kit or just want a discount, check out Competitive Cyclist which is offering:
-- 20% or more on Castelli, Giordana, POC, Pearl Izumi, Troy Lee Designs, Giro, Sidi, Sram, Shimano, Campagnolo, Continental, Fizik, Mavic, Fox Racing Shox, Stan's, Santa Cruz, Colnago, GT
-- Spend $150, Save $20. on Saturday 11/28

A HED wheel in the hot road disc market on sale at half it's retail price? Hard to believe the HED Cycling Ardennes Plus SL Disc TLR Wheelset, the only alloy road disc wheel I recommend is available for only $620 (normally $1150) at Amazon.

Wiggle is offering $20 off when you spend $170 (code Wiggle1) and $60 when you spend $330 on clothing, shoes, helmets, and glasses (code Wiggle2) through December 14.

ProBikeKit is offering 5% off on your first order with code FIRST10xx where xx is the country or region code like US, UK, CA, EU, AU, etc. of the PBK site you are on.

Cyclestore will take 10% off all orders over £50 with code BF10 from Friday 27th through Sunday 29th November.

Art's Cyclery is offering at least 20% off apparel & accessories and 10% off wheels and components.

Finally, I don't quite get how triathletes compute things but TriVillage will give you 22% off regularly priced items storewide through Monday 11/30 and 7% off discounted items storewide through December 5.

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Wheels and Tires

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What tires should I get? It seems like a pretty easy question. Actually, it’s not. In addition to what tire to get, what width, what tube and what pressure are all questions I’m hearing.

Groupsets and Components


Where to Get Your Cycling Gear

Where to Get It


While In The Know Cycling’s motto is “What cycling gear to get next and where to get it,” most of what I write about is the “What cycling gear to get” part. It’s pretty clear that you also care about the “where to get it” part too.

Power Meters

My Take