The folks at Ribble Cycles are back at road.cc towers with more exceptional and exclusive cycling deals for our esteemed readers.
If you're one of them - which we must assume you are if you're currently reading this - you're entitled to today's exclusive offer of 10% off every single pair of Assos bib shorts you can find on Ribble's website.
Don't worry too much, we've made that search very easy by providing you with a link to the page that contains all of those bib shorts below.
Bib shorts aren't the only thing on offer today. We've got Ribble's fantastic Bike of the Week offer, which comes in the shape of an R872 Shimano 105-equipped road bike this week.
Alongside the bike and bib shorts deals are offers on helmets, bike lights, and mudguards.
Bike of the Week deal
Unbelievably fast, and fantastic on steep inclines, the Ribble R872 is one hell of a road bike - and in its stealth black 2016 skin, it looks the part too.
At the moment it's on the receiving end of Ribble's Bike of the Week treatment which sees it's price slashed spectacularly.
The R872 currently sits under the £1000 mark, which is phenomenal value for a bike that rruns Shimano's 105 groupset, carries Deda finishing kit and a Selle Italia Q-Bik saddle.
Exclusive road.cc discount
Assos bib shorts: high in quality, but often high in price too.
Not so much at Ribble Cycles today - especially for you lot.
Ribble is offering road.cc readers an exclusive extra 10% off its entire range of Assos bib shorts.
We've included a couple of 9/10 road.cc Assos reviews to give you a taste of what they offer.
If you don't know much about MIPS you will soon, Rapha has just introduced its own range of helmets that embrace the new safety technology.
MIPS provides protection against rotational forces in collisions, keeping the helmet in one piece
Cateye's hybrid EL-020 light uses the power of the sun - as well as the power of an internal rechargable battery - to light your way home.
Fantastic for the forgetful among us, the light's ability to self charge, is very handy. Our reviewer Shaun Audane said that the "sophisticated solar technology backed by a single AA contingency cell signals an end to sudden, unexpected and potentially fatal blackouts."
Finally, the summer's on its way out, and the showery months look like they're upon us.
But, while the weather's still largly good, it's very easy to get caught out by showers and end up rolling home with a muddy bum.
Save your ass with an Ass Saver.
Seriously, they're great. We reviewed 'em here:
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