The internet is awash with fantastic cycling deals these days, and on such choppy waters it's important that you find yourself a guide to lead you to the best deals around.
Here at road.cc we believe that the best thing you can do to avoid drowning in the dealy depths of the internet is to take our DealCatcher's hand and listen to what he has to say.
For example, rather than heading out and exploring the uncharted world of cycling retail, check out the deals we've found for you today.
Starting at Cycle Surgery, we've got a fantastic option if you're looking to upgrade your ride over the coming summer months in Specialized's Roubaix SL4 road bike.
Alternatively, if you're looking to use the sunny weeks ahead to give your training a boost, why not try out Science in Sports's range of Whey20 Protein Gels - the pack we've featured at a 37% discount is the perfect way to try them out.
Finally, if you want to ride in comfort this summer, Santini's Tempo short sleeve jersey is a great option. Plus, it's had a 52% discount!
You'll be pleased to know that the DealCatcher doesn't endorse products based off of wild speculation alone. The selection of deals you see in front of you four days a week comes together via years of experience and expert advice - experts like our tech editor David Arthur.
Mr Arthur included the 2016 Specialized Roubaix SL4 in his buyer's guide to sportive and endurance bikes - and that was before it had seen a 25% discount.
While we've not had the Roubaix in for test, its mere inclusion in a buyer's guide indicates that the componentry - by way of the Shimano Tiagra groupset, AXIS 1.0 wheelset, and Specialized FACT 8r carbon frame - make for very attractive reading to a man who's seen many, many bikes over the years.
Science in Sport
If you're put off adding protein to your post ride routine because of the hassle of protein shakers, powder, water, mess, and washing up, then these could be the perfect option for you.
SiS's Whey20 protein gels offer expedience and accessibility that's difficult to find in a very bloated protein market.
They'll aid you in recovery and muscle gains. You'll feel stronger and faster, and you won't have to faff around with protein shakes, washing up, and that horrble post-ride bloated feeling.
Finally, Santini's Tempo short sleeve jersey is made from a combnation of Santini's lightweight, breathable, and UV resistant 'Carezza' fabric over the vulnerable shoulder and sleeve areas, while a totally breathablbe polyester 'Rewind' fabric layer covers the front and rear of the jersey.
The result is a top that'll keep you incredbly cool on sunny days.
The jersey also features reflective piping and reflective logo features to help keep you seen if you stay out a little past your bed time.
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