Thursday, December 16, 2010

Hot Deals for Cold Days #4 - Stocking Stuffers!

Voyager 3.3 Headlight/Mars 1.0 Taillight Combo
$16.49 (reg. $32.99)
Flea 2.0 Headlight/Taillight USB Combo
$27.49 (reg. $54.99)

Chamois Butt'r
8-ounce tube: $7.99 (reg. $15.99)
10-pack Pocket Packs: $4.99 (reg. $9.99)

BONUS: Free Chamois Butt'r Water Bottle with Hot Deal
Chamois Butt'r purchase, while supplies last!

Half-off prices valid Dec. 16-29, 2010 only.

Our hottest Hot Deal is back, plus we've added two more great stocking stuffers to the offer! The Blackburn Voyager 3.3 Headlight/Mars 1.0 Taillight Combo is our most popular Hot Deal and our best-selling light set -- a terrific choice for cyclists of all ages and bikes of all kinds. The headlight sports three super-bright LEDs with flash and steady modes, plus it easily attaches to all handlebars without tools. The Mars 1.0 taillight has four ultra-bright red LEDs with mounts that can attach to your bike, pack, or rack.

We've spotted the Blackburn Flea 2.0 Taillight/Headlight USB Combo on a few top 10 holiday gift lists this season and we agree it's a cyclist's favorite - it's easy to mount, boasts brilliant light, and has a lithium-ion battery that can be conveniently charged in a USB port.

The Chamois Butt'r will certainly put a smile on their face when they dip into their stockings on Christmas morning, but it's also a really practical gift that is the #1 skin lubricant choice for cyclists. Even if you've never had problems with chafing or saddle soreness, you won't believe how a little butt'r can make any ride better. Buy a tube to keep at home (and to use when you ride your trainer) and take the portable packs on the road or trail for reapplication (or to share with friends who are complaining about their butts!).

Patti The Buyer's Tip O' The Day

A chamois (pronounced "shammy") is the fancy term for the padding in cycling shorts. Chamois cream is specially formulated to help reduce chafing while riding, because we don't wear underpants when we wear our cycling shorts. It can be applied either to your skin or to the short's chamois - it ends up in the same place either way! Chamois cream can also be applied anywhere that friction is an issue or concern - toes, leg bands, etc. Clean up is easy with simple soap and water, which reminds me to emphasize that hygiene is critical whether you use a cream or not. Never wear the same chamois twice between washing. When you're done riding for the day, change out of your cycling shorts as soon as possible. And wash your hands before (and after) you apply the cream.

The Fine Print
This Hot Deal is good only December 16 - 29, 2010 while supplies last. In-store purchase only; no online or phone orders accepted. No coupon necessary.

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