If you scroll down to the bottom of today's DealCatcher you'll be able to take advantage of an offer of free Science in Sport gels, but that's not all that's on offer in today's DealCatcher.
First up we've got a bargain 2017 Eastway road bike from Wiggle Cycles. The Shimano 105-running Emitter R3 is quite the looker as well as being an absolute bargain.
Liv's Signature Jersey is up next over at Cycle Surgery. The super soft women's jersey balances breathability with compression for quite the attractive package.
And as we already mentioned, our final deal of the day is Science in Sports' offer of free gels. Scroll down to find out what exactly is available and how to get your hands on it.
30% off Eastway's 2017 Emitter R3
WAS £1600.00 | NOW £1120.00
The first of today's deals is the Eastway Emitter R3.
The R3 is a wonderfully affordable racer. Shimano's 105 drivetrain, which, as we all know around here, is a great piece of hit, will be the propulsion unit for this excellently light full carbon frame and fork.
A Mavic Aksium wheelset is what you'll be rolling on, while Fizik's Antares saddle'll keep you comofortable.
40% off Liv's Signature Jersey
WAS £99.99 | NOW £59.00
Liv's Signature Jersey is, like the Eastway above, built for speed.
The tight fitting nature of the jersey will keep your aerodynamic profile clean, while the full zip and TransTextura fabric will keep you cool in the heat.
Science in Sport
FREE Team Sky Tour Pack
WAS £12.00 | NOW £0.00
Finally, Science in Sport is running a limited offer on its Team Sky Tour pack of gels. That offer is so generous the folks at SiS are literally giving the gels away.
All you've got to do is sign up via the link above to receive a code that'll allow you to redeem your pack.
You will have to shell out the £3.99 in postage fees if you're not spending more than £10 on other SiS goodies.
The RRP for the pack is £12 and it features SiS's two new WHEY20 flavours alongside 5 gels.
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His balance was found on a Y-framed mountain bike around South London suburbs in the 90s, while his first taste of freedom came when he claimed his father's Giant hybrid as his own at age 16.
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