Ready to ride? Wherever the road may take you, you’re guaranteed to get there in comfort, speed, and style when you take advantage of one of REI’s unbeatable Cyber Monday deals on classic and electric bikes. So whether you’re cycling to work, taking yourself on a solo adventure or going for a relaxed afternoon trip with the family, you’re sure to find something to fit your cycling specifications — but you want to act fast. These deals won’t last long.
Co-op Cycles ARD 1.4 Bike — $1,800 (was $2,400)
If you’re looking for a great deal on a bike that’s as steady on the road as it is on bumpy gravel, then the Co-op Cycles ARD 1.4 bike is 100% the right choice for you. Designed to take the shock out of riding on bumpy roads thanks to the custom-designed full-carbon construction frame and fork, front and rear thru-axles are there to give you extra control on every journey.
Thinking of cycling in bad weather but worried about the bike’s braking power? Well, your safety is in good hands when you choose the Co-op Cycles ARD 1.4 bike. Thanks to the Shimano hydraulic mechanism, the brakes deliver unbeatable and reliable stopping power both on and off-road.
Fitted with a total of 22 gears, the Co-op Cycles ARD 1.4 bike is perfectly designed for smooth and precise shifting across steep climbs and long straight journeys, thanks to the unbeatable quality of their Shimano 105 2 x 11 drivetrain and 105 shifters. Styled in an ultra-convenient weight, the 700c tubeless wheels are also designed by Shimano, while the frame is crafted from monocoque carbon.
With a total weight limit of 300 pounds, including the rider and the gear, pedals for the Co-op Cycles ARD 1.4 bike are sold separately.
Cannondale Quick NEO electric bike — $2,770 (was $3,365)
Feeling the buzz? If you’re in the mood for something other than a classic bike, why not choose a Cannondale electric? At an amazing discounted price of $2,770, the Cannondale Quick NEO electric bike with class 1 pedal assist is perfect for those looking to save.
Equally silent and powerful, you don’t need to worry about making a scene when you arrive on your Cannondale Quick NEO electric bike. With Bosch generation 3 active line plus features and a lightweight frame, experience almost zero drag when you switch off the motor. In the mood for something a little more ambitious than usual? Thanks to the 500Wh PowerTube battery that integrates effortlessly into the down tube, this lithium iron powered design packs a punch wherever it is you’re headed.
Just because you’re riding an electric bike, doesn’t mean you can’t feel like you’re in control of a more classic design. With OutFront geometry features, the bike provides you with unbeatable stability and a speedy road bike feel at speeds of up to 20 mph. As equally ideal for commuting as it is for taking in the scenery, a removable fender bridge, rack mounts, and pre-wired light cables mean it’s easy to quickly ride and go whatever part of your journey you’re on.
Finally, onto how it feels and looks, because what’s the point of riding a bike with added power if you’re uncomfortable while you’re doing it? Well, there’s no need to worry about feeling fidgety when you choose the Cannondale Quick NEO electric bike. Styled in a classic design that all cyclists know and love with a classic kickstand, the bike features flat handles for upright comfort and easy control.
Pedals for the Cannondale Quick NEO electric bike are sold separately.
Ghost Hybride SLAMR s2.7+ Electric Mountain Bike — $4,200 (was $6,000)
Sometimes we just fancy the best of both worlds, which is why the Ghost Hybrid SLAMR s2.7+ electric mountain bike should be at the very top of your wish list this Cyber Monday.
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