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This is Deity’s new version of the award-winning Copperhead stem we featured in our Best Mountain Bike Stems grouptest. Now, it comes with the oversized 35mm bar clamp. It’s CNC…

£94.95
Score 8

Deity Deftrap pedal

Most flat pedal manufacturers now have a more affordable nylon option in their range and the latest with a placky-platform is Deity.

£45.99
Score 9

deity copperhead

Deity Copperhead stem is now available in a 35mm bar bore. It’s lightweight and has a very low stack height of just 30mm, which can be a lifesaver if trying…

£89.99
Score 9

Deity Skywire 35 carbon

Deity has only recently offered bigger bore, 35mm diameter, handlebars. The range includes two carbon options, with the Skywire here the lighter weight enduro/all-mountain model.

£134.99
Score 8

Deity Knuckleduster

Deity’s Knuckleduster blends three patterns in one. Offset chevron ridges comfort the outer palm, fine ribs damp the thumb and forefinger, and a deeper waffle-pattern underneath adds extra finger hold.…

£18.99
Score 8

deity tmac

Red Bull Rampage rider Tyler McCaul’s Deity TMAC pedals are on the bigger side of the spectrum. Well-positioned sharp pins keep shoes totally locked down.

£129.99
Score 9

Deity Speedtrap

Flip the Deity Speedtrap over and you’ll see SDG written there. It's collaboration between the two – SDG designs shell and rails, Deity does the rest.

£54.99
Score 7