In today's DealCatcher we're bringing you carbon fibre performance, wonderful winter tyres, and a pair of rollers that top our buyer's guide!
First up is the carbon fibre performance we previously mentioned. Today it comes in the shape of Cube's Agree C:62 disc-equipped race bike.
Secondly the DealCatcher found a pair of Continental's excellent all-weather Grand Prix 4 Season Folding Tyres at a bargain £58.00 over at Radial Cycles.
And, finally, Minoura's Live Roll 700 rollers complete today's DealCatching endeavors. We found them at 25% off over at Halfords.
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If you've got a itch that can only be scratched by 8.55kgs of Cube Advanced Twin Mould Aero carbon road bike, running Shimano 105 and Fulcrum Racing 77 wheels, you've come to the right place.
The Cube C:62 is innovative as it is quick. It runs X12-based quick release axles, flat mount brake calipers, and chassis siffness enhanced by aero features like the tapered head tube and Press Fit bottom bracket.
At a pinch over £1200, we're sure you'll... agree... that the Cube Agree is well worth the money.
Now that winter is kind'a almost here, your tyres might need updating. You know, for safety and that.
The Continental GP4 Seasons feature a Duraskin mesh and two Vectran anti-puncture layers that'll keep those naughty fallen branches from spoiling your fun. The tyres' max grip silica rubber compound will also give you plenty of grip, so slippery surfaces won't spoil your fun either.
Finaly, if you live in a flat, or your partner's not keen on the idea of you literally riding your bike indoors, then these Minoura rollers might be for you.
They take a big dent out of one of the big arguments against rollers: noise.
Our very own Steph Mann reviewed these last year and said "the rollers themselves are smooth and very quiet."
Steph also said that they're "a great addition to any cyclist's hoard."
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