Black Friday is about to rear its ugly head once again, and just like last year and the year before, retailers have already kicked off their sales early. It’s irritating on one hand, but on the other, it’s actually a pretty awesome way of getting something new and for far cheaper than you would normally.
We’ve already seen popular 2019 bikes receive hefty discounts due to the model year coming to an end, but with Black Friday we’re seeing those bikes discounted further still and even brand new 2020 bikes seeing heavy reductions.
Below we’re going to run through 10 Black Friday mountain bike deals that you don’t need to wait until Black Friday to take advantage of. We’ve got a mix of 2019 and 2020 bikes listed below with everything from e-MTB’s to enduro full-suspension bikes listed, and there should be something in this list to suit you.
Included in the below information are the sale prices, any Black Friday promo codes that you can use, and a link to where you buy. Some of the links will be affiliate links meaning which just means that you’ll be helping to support us if you end up choosing to buy but it won’t cost you any extra.
2020 Vitus E-Sommet VRS E-Bike
- Was: £4299.99
- Now: £3399.99 with discount code: FLASH
The latest version of the Vitus E-Sommet VRS released only last month but the Black Friday sales see the retail price of this bargain e-MTB plummet by £900. The E-Sommet VRS is a Shimano STEPs e-MTB with Fox suspension front and rear, and a 1 x 12 Shimano XT drivetrain. This electric enduro bike packs 170mm of wheel travel, 27.5in DT Swiss wheels and aggressive geometry.
DMR Sled SLX Full Bike
- Was: £2750
- Now: £1599.99
The DMR Sled is a UK designed enduro race-ready full suspension bike, the very same bike that YouTube sensation Ben Deakin rides. The Sled features offset shock bushings, modern geometry and a solid build that includes parts from Shimano, X-Fusion and Rockshox. For more details on this 160mm travel, bike read our review here.
Marin Wolf Ridge 9 29
- Was: £5999.99
- Now: £2699.00
The Marin Wolf Ridge is one of the most unique looking full-suspension bikes on sale today. The full carbon bike uses Marin’s clever Naild R3ACT 2 Play suspension platform giving riders 160mm of rear-wheel travel. Suspension on this build of the bike is top-notch with a buttery smooth Lyrik RCT3 fork handling the bumps up front and a Monarch R Debonair on the rear. SRAM takes over the 12-speed gearing and brakes, so you’re looking at top end kit for not top-end money!
Nukeproof Mega 275 Alloy Pro
- Was: £3699.99
- Now: £2399.99
This Mega deal sees the price of the alloy Nukeproof Mega 275 dropped to £2399.99, but you’ll have to be quick as there are only limited numbers in certain sizes. This alloy bike rolls on 27.5in wheel shod with Michelin tyres, there/s a 12-speed GX Eagle drivetrain and RockShox suspension front and rear. It’s everything you need to ride just like Sam Hill (well, except the skill).
Saracen Myst Pro
- Was: £3899.99
- Now: £2599.00
If you have a thing for recreating your favourite pro’s ride then how about jumping on a Saracen Myst? Sure this alloy bike isn’t the same as the one Danny Hart races on but it’s similar enough and costs a lot less. The alloy version of the Myst features 27.5in wheels, a Shimano Zee 1 x 10 drivetrain, Fox Van RC rear coil shock and a Boxxer upfront.
Cube Stereo 150 C:62
- Was: £2999.00
- Now: £1999.00
Cube tends to build bikes that represent excellent value for money, but when you take those bargain and pop them in the Black Friday sale you get some excellent bargains. Take this modern carbon enduro bike with 150mm of rear-wheel travel, 160mm up front, Fox suspension and Shimano XT drivetrain now all for just £1999.00!
Mondraker Foxy SE 29
- Was: £3899.00
- Now: £2899.00
Take Mondraker’s award-winning Forward Geometry, and proven rear suspension and build it on to a quality alloy frame and you have a match made in heaven. Now add 29in wheels and chop £1000 off the retail price and you have a bike that is going to sell faster than it’s going to be ridden. This alloy Foxy 29er comes with Fox suspension, GX 1 x 12 drivetrain, Shimano XT Brakes and even a carbon handlebar.
Specialized Turbo Levo Comp FSR
- Was: £4999.00
- Now: £4199.00
Possibly the most popular e-MTB on sale today, the Specialized Turbo Levo was one of the first e-Bikes to ship with hidden integrated battery, powerful motor and modern geometry. This latest edition of the Levo comes with a Brose custom-tuned motor, 500Wh battery and M5 alloy frame. The bike also comes built with RockShox suspension, SRAM drivetrain, and 29in wheels.
Trek Roscoe 6
- Was: £675
- Now: £510
The Roscoe is built around an Alpha Gold Aluminium frame with tapered head tube and internal gear and cable routing. The low-slung frame runs on 27.5in wheels with large 2.8in plus tyres for a little added bounce when the trails become rough. A modern 1×10 drivetrain maintains a clean look while a Tektro brakeset brings the Roscoe to a safe stop.
Orange Stage 6 Pro
- Was: £3910.00
- Now: £2995.00
The 2019 Orange Stage 6 Pro is an award-winning single-pivot enduro bike designed for the roughest EWS stages but playful enough for your local trails. This Pro build spec comes with Fox Suspension front and rear an SRAM Eagle 1×12 drivetrain and Shimano SLX disc brakes. Like all Stage bikes, the Stage 6 comes with 29in wheels for even faster terrain taming performance.
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Am I the only one not getting the review hyperlink or links on where to buy, or am I being dumb here?!
Very good, now can we have a black friday deals for bikes with sub 130 travel please? 🙂
@ljs78 The review hyperlink was missing, fixed now. For where to buy, click the ‘Now’ prices.