We’re on the tail end of summer, which means the pools will be closing, the days’ll be getting shorter, and kids are going back to school.
But it’s not all bad.
The end of summer also means fall is getting nearer, which just so happens to be my favorite season.
Leaves changing, pumpkins, scary movies, Thanksgiving… so much fun stuff to look forward to.
Anyway, Labor Day has become the unofficial end of summer and even though it’s nice a lot of us get the day off to squeeze in one more bbq, it can also be a great day to do some shopping.
Yup, Labor Day has become one of the biggest sales holidays, giving folks a great chance to save some money before the real shopping season begins.
So, if you’re in the market for a new exercise or electric bike, check out the following deals!
Sole’s a great home fitness brand and they offer some of the best stationary exercise bikes around.
They aren’t having a super aggressive Labor Day sale, but several of their bikes are $100 off for the holiday.
NordicTrack’s one of those brands that doesn’t need an introduction. They’ve been a leader in the home fitness game for a long time and they’re still going strong.
And they’re having some great deals for Labor Day.
You can expect to save $200 – $300 off select treadmills and bikes, as well as up to $500+ off some of their closeout and older equipment.
If you’ve had your eye on a NordicTrack product, it’s a good idea to see how it’s priced over the holiday.
Like NordicTrack, ProForm is offering $100 – $200 off select products, but more interestingly, they’re cutting the cost on their Studio Bike Pro 22 to $799.
That’s $500 off the full asking price.
Schwinn has a great selection of reasonably-priced exercise bikes and you’ll find their products on most bloggers’ “best of” lists each year (myself included).
Their lineup isn’t huge these days, but they’ve got a little bit of everything to choose from.
This Labor Day, expect to see up to $200 off select bikes, including their popular IC4 which is going for $799.
If you’re looking for a new electric bike or your first, now’s a good time to find some great deals.
And with fall right around the corner, it’s prime riding weather in a lot of areas. Personally, I can’t think of a better way to experience the upcoming foilage.
Anyway, Aventon’s one of the top e-bike brands in the game and they’re offering $200 – $500 off pretty much every bike in their lineup.
They’re Soltera is even going for $799… excellent deals.
Ride1Up’s another favorite e-bike brand that’s known for using top-notch components while keeping their asking prices low.
They’ve got a little bit of everything to choose from, ranging from lightweight road bikes to powerful, moto-inspired bikes that’ll give you a real thrill.
I’ve actually got their Turris in my garage now as we speak and it’s a fun ride.
For Labor Day, they’re dropping anywhere from $100 – $300 off most of their e-bikes.
Rad Power Bikes
The name says it all.
Rad Power Bikes has a great selection of unique e-bikes and trikes and you can rest assured whatever you buy from ’em will be well made and built to last.
I have their RadRunner 3 Plus in my garage and it’s become my go-to cycle of choice.
They have sales going on throughout the year, but this Labor Day, they’re offering some aggressive price cuts.
Expect up to $700 off select e-bikes as well as significant reductions on select accessories.
If you’re looking for powerful, high-speed electric riding, Juiced Bikes is worth checking out.
They’re known for their 1,000W hub motors and large capacity, 52V batteries and they’ve got several bikes to choose from, including cool moped-inspired options as well.
I’m not sure if the sale they’re having right now is exactly for Labor Day or not, but they’re are having an aggressive sale nonetheless.
You can expect to see up to $600 off select models.