The Good Deals Guide
These are the best deals on the net! (And only the best of the best deals are listed!)
Here is a guide to online clearance sales for cyclists. If you are wondering what sales are going on right now, this page will tell you. New sales are added constantly so bookmark this page and keep checking back!
Pro Bike Kit
PBK, being based in the UK, is a lesser known retailer here in the USA - but you can score some sweet deals nonetheless. Especially when they offer free shipping to the USA! Sometimes they offer special "10% off all orders for a limited time" deals, too.
Overall I see a lot of items at 25-50% off the MSRP, but if you add in no tax and free shipping it gets even better.
Start shopping: www.ProBikeKit.com
Nashbar always has a wide selection of cycling gear and manages to get quite a few clearance deals. They also stock some hard-to-find items that you won't see at other retailers.
To top things off, they regularly offer coupon codes for up to 20% off your entire order.
Start shopping: www.Nashbar.com
Sierra Trading Post
Sierra Trading Post is an outdoor gear retailer with the best deals in the business. Just about everything is a closeout price, so you can expect to find name-brand gear for 35-70% off. Sometimes the gear ends up in the Bargain Barn and goes for 80% off or better!
The cycling section has a great selection of gear - I've purchased shoes, jerseys, bibs, and more from them and I keep going back for more.
Start shopping: www.SierraTradingPost.com
Price Point is my favorite online cycling retailer. They have a fairly wide selection and great deals all the time, with some blowout sales thrown in for good measure.
I've purchased countless chains, cassettes, tires, tubes, and other goods from them. The prices can't be beat (except by Sierra Trading Post, mentioned above.)
Start shopping: www.PricePoint.com
eBay really needs no explanation. It's the top online auction site, full of new and used cycling gear.
If you can't find what you want at one of the previously mentioned retailers, your best bet is eBay.
Start shopping: www.eBay.com
The special "outlet" from BackCountry.com, where the bike gear is heavily discounted. Look for 50-70% off!
Start shopping: www.BackcountryOutlet.com
An outdoor gear retailer that sells cycling gear.
Start shopping: www.rei.com/outlet