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Great cycling deals on Herschel, Oakley, Fuji, 3T & more in the Wiggle DealCatcher Takeover

Big style brands like Herschel and Oakley make it into today's DealCatcher alongside Fuji bikes, 3T wheels, and Giro shoes...

We're fighting those post-Bank Holiday blues here at with a bit of retail therapy. The folks over at Wiggle are helping out too!

Today's DealCatcher's been taken over by those bike-loving people over at Wiggle and as a result we've got some great cycling deals just for you guys.

We kick things off with a huge saving on entry to the Birmingham Bikeathon, followed by a set of 3T Orbis wheels and a bargain Fuji cyclocross bike.

Knog follow the Fuji up with a great set of lights, while Giro, Oakley and Herschel close the DealCatcher off with deals on shoes, sunglasses and bags, respectively.


77% off Wiggle's Birmingham Bikeathon U16 entry
WAS £35.00 | NOW £8.00

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If you know any folks within easy reach of Birmingham who are under 16 or know some very excitable under 16 year old cyclists, then you better let them know that a fantastic day out is available to them for a very low price.

The Birmingham Bikeathon features three rides of varying difficulties across some of the area's most beautiful countryside as well as full riding support and event photography.


50% off 3T's Orbis II C35 Pro Clincher Wheels
WAS £499.99 | NOW £249.99


The Orbis II wheels are 3T's entry level clincher wheelset.

They're not the flashiest wheels the brand offers, but they're an excellently stable and durable option for those of you who are considering making the switch to tubeless.

Unsure what to expect from tubeless wheels? Check out our Buyers Guide:

- Read more: Buyer's Guide to Tubeless Wheels


30% off  Fuji's Altamira CX 1.5 Cyclocross Bike
WAS £2139.99 | NOW £1497.99


If there's ever a time to grab a cyclocross bike bargain, it's at the end of cyclocross season.

Fuju's Altamira is race ready and provides both strong pedalling power and a lightweight frame to make it perfect for race days and nippy commutes alike.

The bike runs SRAM's Rival groupset and SRAM hydraullic disc brakes alongside Oval Concepts finishing kit and Challenge Grifo tyres.


26% off Knog's Blinder Mob Four Eyes Twinpack
WAS £71.99 | NOW £52.58

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We really like Knog lights here at The brand's small, good-looking and incredibly accessible range of lights have serviced almost all of our bikes at one point or another.

The Blinder range are some of the most convenient, too. Both small enough to stow away when not needed but big enough to keep you seen on the road, they strike an excellent balance.

The Blinder MOB Mr Chips is the closes thing to these lights that we've reviewed, and it got an 8/10.

- Read more:'s Knog BlinderMOB Mr Chips review


25% off Giro's Republic LX Reflective Shoes
WAS £159.99 | NOW £119.99


We were somewhat blown away when we saw Giro's Republic LX Reflective shoes at their launch back in 2015, and we're still just as impressed by them now.

The shoes might not look as reflective as the lime green flourescants we're used to, but like Volvo's Life Paint, they pack a punch.

Check out our coverage below:

- Read more:'s Giro Republic LX Reflective Shoes launch coverage



25% off Oakley's Drop Point Iridium Glasses
WAS £100.00 | NOW £75.00


Not all of us want the Oakley Jawbone look when we're riding. The single lense, shark-like form factor really isn't for everyone, especially not largely urban riders.

But, if you want a pair of specs with all the functionality of a pair of cycling glasses without the look, you're often stuck.

That niche, though, is being filled today by Oakley's Drop Point glasses.


25% off Herschel's Packable Duffle Backpack
WAS £25.00 | NOW £18.75


Finally, if you're sick of carrying your kit around the office in a plastic bag, or you want a more stylish way to keep your spare pare of pants, socks and lights by your desk, this packable duffle bag could be perfect for you.

Herschel make great bags, and this convenient little number doesn't look to be a divergence from that theme.

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