Amazon Prime Day bikepacking and camping deals: Save up to 40% for US adventures
Gear up for your next bikepacking adventure or car camping trip with water filters, tents, first-aid kits and more!
Amazon Prime Day is in full swing and runs through Wednesday. There are plenty of great deals to be had across all categories. If you’re gearing up for your next bikepacking trip, or have plans to camp and ride around your favourite cycling destination, then it’s worth checking out the Prime Day deals on camp gear. You can save up to 40% on water filters, tents, first-aid kits, and more.
To enjoy the savings, you’ll need an Amazon Prime Account. However, you can sign up via a 30-day free trial, and cancel at any time.
If you’re looking for yet more cycling deals then have a look through our list and see more big savings over the two-day sale on Amazon. The deals available online are pretty endless, but we’ve done the leg work and clipped it down to some of the best we can find on Amazon and other sites as well.
Amazon Prime Day deals: quick links
- Giro Empire SLX Road Cycling Shoes was $349.99 now $174.95
- Garmin HRM heart rate monitor was $69.99 now $56.50
- Garmin Edge 520 Plus was $279.99 now $230.34
- Oakley Radar EV Advanced Rectangular sunglasses were $206, now $169.95
- Garmin Edge Explore – was £219.99 now £129
- Kryptonite Evolution Mini-7 Lock with Flex Cable and Bracket – was £59.99 now £39.99
- Apple iPad Air (10.5-inch, Wi-Fi, 64GB) – was £479 now £406.80
- Nespresso Pod Coffee Machine – was £ 179.99 now £62.99
- GORE Wear C3 Men’s Cycling Jacket – was £169.99 now from £81.99
- Up to 30% off on SealSkinz gloves and socks – view all the deals here
- Up to 34% off Fitbit Versa 2, Inspire & Inspire HR – view the deals here
Amazon Prime Day bikepacking and camping deals
Sawyer Squeeze Water Filtration System was $34.99 now $29.99
This light and compact portable water filter removes harmful bacteria, protozoa, cysts, sediment, and 100% of microplastics. It’s a great choice for ultralight bikepacking adventures. The Sawyer Squeeze bottle includes two reusable 32-oz, BPA-free collapsible pouches that roll up tightly for easy packing, drinking straw, one set of Sawyer Inline Hydration Pack Adapters for the filter, and a mesh storage bag. View here: Sawyer Squeeze Water Filtration System was $34.99 now $29.99
Finish reading Simon Collis's full list of prime day gear deals here.
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