Get Your Cycling Kit up to Snuff With the REI Co-Op Sale

If you’re dusting off your old road bike to help you get out and about, you can update your full rig with REI Co-op’s Spring Sale.

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Spring is here. And while we may be staying indoors more than usual, you may be able to get out for solitary pursuits like cycling. If you are dusting off your old road bike to help you get out and about, you can update your full rig with REI Co-op’s Spring Sale. The time-honored outdoor retailer is having its Spring Sale and has a full range of cycling accouterments to get your kit fit as a fiddle. Here are a few of our favorite cycling bits that are up for grabs.

Osprey Tool Roll

Let’s start with the basics. This tool roll will help you keep your ever-important tools organized and accessible so you can ride easy.

BUY NOW: $8

Topeak Mini Morph Bike Pump With Gauge

This mini pump is perfect for long rides to help give you peace of mind. It’s the smallest Topeak Morph pump you can get with a fold-out foot pad that provides stability while pumping. Perfect to keep you rolling along.

BUY NOW: $26

REI Co-op Link Cycling Wind Jacket

Cycling isn’t only for fair weather. If you’re riding right into it the wind, you’ll need some good rip-stop nylon protection — it can even help keep a few sprinkles at bay.

BUY NOW: $75

REI Co-op Link Seat Pack

Perfect for longer treks, the Link Seat Pack can stow all you could need for a multiday cycling adventure. The roll-top design also keeps your goods dry from any passing showers.

BUY NOW: $60

REI Co-op Link Pannier

Like a modern-day saddlebag, the Link Pannier has room for the camping necessities, from sleeping bag and pad to a designated sleeve for tent poles.

BUY NOW: $60

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