The Best Early Labor Day Sales on Bike Gear to Shop Now
Labor Day is on the horizon but the deals have already kicked off. When it comes to bicycling, you can expect deep discounts now through Labor Day weekend on pieces from brands like Nike, Pearl Izumi, Gore Wear, and Rad Power Bikes. From cycling shoes and apparel to full-blown bikes and e-bikes, check out these great Labor Day sales before these items sell out.
The Best Labor Day 2022 Bike and E-bike Sales
The Best Labor Day 2022 Shoe and Apparel Sales
The Best Labor Day 2022 Cycling Accessories Sales
What kind of sales can we expect on Labor Day 2022?
Although Labor Day is officially on Sept. 5, most retailers will begin their Labor Day sales events a week or more in advance. We’ve rounded a slew of cycling pieces on sale right now, but you can expect to see several more deals surface starting Aug. 26, one week before Labor Day weekend.
What kind of Labor Day cycling deals can we shop right now?
Several brands and retailers are expected to offer Labor Day-specific sales on sporting goods and equipment, including Amazon, REI, and Backcountry. Right now, you can expect clearance items hitting end-of-summer sales as retailers make more inventory space for the fall and winter seasons.
If you’re looking for a bike to shop, right now you can take advantage of Rad Power Bikes’ end-of-summer sale and save up to $400 off a brand new e-bike. You can also save up to 30 percent off select accessories. Hurry, though, because this sales event ends on Aug. 28.
Meanwhile, Charge is having its own sale on e-bikes. While its current promotion gives $300 off all bikes, the company has offered a specific coupon for Bicycling users: use coupon code BICYCLING350 to get $350 off any E-bike at Charge. This includes the Comfort 1, the improved Comfort 2, the all-terrain XC, and our favorite, the City.
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