Prime Day is here, check out my favourite deals from Amazon, and other brands including Fox, Muc-Off, Garmin, 100%, Maxxis and more

Amazon Prime Day 2024 looks set to be a real bonanza for mountain bikers this year – there’s still a glut of stock out there and brands are looking to sell which means a slew of great deals for us.

With so much gear on offer though it’s hard to pick the great deals from useless tat, so let me be your search engine. I’ll be continuously updating this page over the Amazon Prime Day period so keep looking.

Amazon Prime Day July 16-17 2024

Amazon runs two of its Prime Day sales a year, although really of course each of those cover two days not one!

You have to be an Amazon Prime member to get the deals, but there is a 30 day free trial period you can get into here. If you don’t think that you’ll take advantage of Prime’s free delivery or you know that The Boys, Reacher or Jack Ryan aren’t to your liking, then just remember to cancel or it’ll roll over into a paid membership.

OK, so Amazon’s not everyone’s favourite brand to shop though, but you can salve that conscience with the great deals on offer. Last October we saw big discounts on Peaty’s, Altura and Crud XL mudguards and Worx pressure washers, to name just a few.

And while Amazon owns the rights to the Prime Deals Day, other retailers will be almost certainly be piggy-backing the event with sales of their own. We’re thinking the likes of Chain Reaction Cycles, Jenson USA, Competitive Cyclist, and Tredz.


The best Amazon Prime Day mountain bike deals in the US

52% off Maxxis Minion DHR II 29in! Was $93, now $45
The Maxxis Minion DHRII is hands down one of the best and most versatile mountain bike tyres out there, it’s great on the rear but it also works well on the front for trail riding or enduro use. Jenson’s deal is for an OEM tyre, which means it once came on a built bike, but with the magical 3C compound for grip who cares if it doesn’t come with any packaging? Read our review of Maxxis Minion DHRII

View Deal at Jenson USA

50% off 100% Teratec kneepads! Was $69, now $34.50
The 100% Teratec is a great kneepad for long legged riders, or those who hate the idea of that thigh gap showing. It’s super long, comfy to wear and the softshell kneecap does a great job protecting you in a crash. At just over $30 it’s an absolute steal. Read our review of the 100% Teratec kneepad.

View Deal at Competitive Cyclist

15% off Fox Union Flat mountain bike shoes! Were $149.95, now $127.99
Lightweight, easy to clean, quick drying with great fit and excellent grip – that was our verdict on the Fox Union Flat shoes when we reviewed them last year. They’re only available in ‘mocha’ at this price, so if you like chocolatey coffee take a look.

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Garmin Edge 1030 Plus bundle! Was $699.99, now $389.99
The Garmin Edge 1030 Plus is one of the most highly rated GPS bike computers out there with easy navigation, a 3.5″ color touchscreen display, training guidance and structured sessions if you wish, and every metric you’ll ever need. Read Cycling Weekly’s five star review here.

View Deal at amazon


The best Amazon Prime Day mountain bike deals in the UK


44% off Muc-Off Punk Powder! Was 26.99, now £14.99
Muc-Off Punk Powder is the brand’s signature Nano Tech cleaner in powder form. Add water to a sache and make 1L of the stuff, meaning get this deal and you’ve got your hands on  4L of soapy suds… just enough to see you through this drizzly summer. Not only is it cheaper to buy Muc-Off this way, it’s better for the environment too as you’re not wasting plastic.

View Deal at Decathlon

Up to 35% off Fox Transfer dropper post! Was £379, now from £246.59
Fox’s Transder post is one of my favourites because it’s just so reliable. Air loss is kept to a minimum thanks to its brilliant sealing, and you can rebuild the entire thing at home, unlike plenty of dropper. And, come on, the gold looks dope too. The Sigma deal here is for only a few of the smaller diamter sizes, but that’s easily fixed with a shim to make it fit any frame.

View Deal at Sigma Sports

57% off VEL floor pump! Was £30, now £12.89
The VEL floor pump costs £12. Twelve pounds. That’s it. It’s not a cool brand, most of us will never have heard of it, but at this price it’s just terrific value. The dial looks enormous, the hose plenty long enough, and you get a smarthead to instantly switch from Presta to Schrader.

View Deal at Sigma Sports

16% off M-Part Torque Wrench! Was £59.99, now £49.99
A torque wrench is a vital part of my toolkit, in these days of T-type mechs, carbon bars and dinky little bolts for your cockpit controls it pays not to over-tighten anything on your bike. The M-Part has everything you need, M3, M4, M5, M6, M8, M10 and T25 sockets.

View Deal at Leisure Lakes

35% off Worx WG620E.4 Hydroshot Cordless Portable Pressure Washer! Was £199.99, now £129.99
We’ve rated the Worx Hydroshot as one of the best mobile pressure washers on the market as it’s powerful, lightweight and easy to use. And with a £70 reduction it currently offers pretty good value too!

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Save £150 on a Garmin Fenix 7 smartwatch! Was £499.99, now £349.99
Garmin’s Fenix 7 is one of the best smartwatches for mountain bikers currently available. The version currently with 30% off on Amazon has all the features of Fenix 7 Sapphire Solar we rated highly. The only thing missing is sun-powered battery!

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27% off SIS energy gels! Was £51, now £38
Running out of energy mid-ride is no fun, to avoid running out of steam the quickest way to fuel up is via a gel, like the SIS Beta Fuel. Why this one? Bang for buck, there aren’t many gels to touch this one for the sheer quantity of carbs it delivers, with 40g of the stuff per gel. Our sister site Cycling Weekly named SIS its best gel for quick fuelling. Read Cycling Weekly’s review of the SIS Beta here.

View Deal at amazon

30% off Bryton 420 Wireless Computer! Was £99.99, now £69.54
The Bryton 420 is absolutely spot on if you’re looking for a bargain way to log your rides, navigate the trails, or track your fitness. It’s easy to set up, a doddle to use, looks great with a clear screen, and the battery life is impressive too. Read Cycling Weekly’s review of the Bryton 420.

View Deal at amazon

Bookmark this page! Because come the big day we’ll be bringing you the very best mountain bike bargains we find.