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Cyber5 holiday sale: How it works

By Spencer Powlison

For years, savvy cyclists have sold their bikes to The Pro's Closet and bought Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) bikes to upgrade. Our loyal customers have helped make us the largest, most trusted source for pre-owned bikes in the world.

But beyond complete bikes, every cyclist eventually finds themself looking for components and gear, right?

Fortunately, TPC also sells components, accessories, and apparel. A lot of it is brand-new — but it doesn't come with brand-new prices. We always give you killer deals on bike gear.

For the holidays, we're taking it a step further with the five-day Cyber5 sale. This is the best way to score huge discounts on premium cycling gear.

Cyber5 holiday sale

How Cyber5 works

We have spent months creating an inventory of the best bike upgrades. But for now, it's all a secret!

Starting on Thanksgiving Day, November 26, there will be a daily reveal at 9 a.m. Mountain Time of the new selection of sale products. We'll keep announcing Cyber5 deals daily through the weekend and Cyber Monday. Five days of sales leading up to Cyber Monday — Cyber5, get it?

Want to be the first to know about the deals? Sign up for our emails and you'll get notified every morning when the latest crop of bike gear drops.

Here's the catch: Quantities are limited. When products sell out, they're gone for good. That's why you should sign up for our email notifications and jump on it if you see a piece of kit, a component, or an accessory that's on your wish list.

Remember: Savings start on Thursday, November 26 at 9 a.m. Mountain Time. Don't miss out!

Expect deals from these brands and more:

Cyber5 brands


2 comments


  • Hi Ride Alongside, all products that will be featured in Cyber5 are new product.

    Bruce Lin on

  • Will the deals for Cyber 5 be applied only to new equipment or pre-owned items too?

    Ride Alongside on


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