The DealCatcher is serving you up another helping of wonderful deals today, specifically this batch comes to you straight from Canyon's website.
The German bike manufacturer is fittingly efficient with its deals.
The heftier - in terms of percentage discount - of the deals today come in the shape of tools and handywork accessories.
But, if you're looking to save more pounds than bigger proportions, the phenomenal offers currently available on Canyon bikes are where it's at.
Grab a discounted bike regardless of the kind of riding you do. For the speadsters out there Canyon's Aeroad range has seen discounts, those of you who like longer days in the saddle should check out the Endurace offerings in today's DealCatcher while those of you who like to race cross: the Inflite's had a nice discount.
What are you waiting for?
Canyon is pretty proud of its Aeroad CF SLX Disc 8.0.
'Why?', we here you ask. Well, it's phenomenally specced for a bottom-of-the-range bike.
The 8.0 carries the same stiffness into its riding style as the more expensive Aeroads, while the Shimano hydraulic disc brakes, Reynolds Strike Carbon Clinchers, and the full assortment of Canyon's aero features make this a machine to be reckoned with at this price.
What's more, the Shimano Ultegra 6800 groupset that'll help you propel this monster is excellent too.
Those of you who fancy a racer but aren't quite so keen on the super aggressive geometry - or those of you who are worried about your backs - the Ultimate range might be for you.
Canyon has specifically specced the Ultimate to give you a race-ready position without the feeling that you're overextending.
The specs show that this machine is just as interested in speed as the Aeroad above, though. Shmano's Ultegra 6800 groupset and Mavic's Cosmic Pro Carobn wheels scream speed.
Endurace sounds a lot like endurance, don't you think?
Believe it or not, that's no coincidence. Canyon's Endurace is specifically designed to tackle all sorts of rides, on rought terrain and smooth, both quickly and comfortably.
The stand-out features aren't limited to Shimano's Ultegra Di2 groupset.
Canyon's H31 Ergocockpit which is a carbon fibre integrated stem-handlebar will optimize your position and aerodynamism and Canyon's S15 VCLS 2.0 seatpost will see you over all sorts of bumps comfortably while carrying an incredible aerodynamic profile.
Canyon's do-it-all Endurace range is so popular and Canyon has so much faith in the bike that the female-specific geometry model has seen a hefty discount too.
This model, however, is the 9.0 which carries shallower DT Swiss RR21 Dicut wheels, Shimano's non-electronic Ultegra 6800 groupset, and a non-integrated stem-headset.
The savings in price are considerable while the performance drop is not quite as drastic.
Where we tackled an Ultimate model that sits quite high on the Canyon hierarchy earlier, the AL SLX 9.0 sits somewhat lower and is aimed at those of you starting your journey into road cycling.
Canyon says that the entry level tag on this bike is something of a misnomer as the bike's spec is phenomenal.
Mavic's Ksyrium Elite wheels, Fizik's Antares R5 saddle, and Shimano's wonderful Ultegra 6800 groupset are not components we're used to seeing on an entry level beast.
So, if you're after a bike at this price range that'll do a bit of everything, look no further.
Our final bike of the day fits into the same price category as the Ultimate above.
The Inflite, however, is a racer through and through, just not a road racer.
If you're looking to delve into the world of cross racing, or you're sick of your rural, bumpy commute, this bike may well be the answer to your prayers.
Wider 33mm DT Swiss R23 Spline DB wheels carrying Schwalbe X-One Tubeless tyres will see you over the poorer terrain, while Shimano's ST-RS685 Hydraulic disc brakes will help you stop even in the worst conditions.
Finally, Shimano's Ultegra 6800 groupset will keep things moving.
If you're into your fettling, the final section of today's DealCatcher should be up your street.
The first item up is Park Tool's TW-5 1/4 ratcheting click-type torque wrench.
It'll help you keep the right amount of torque in all of the nuts and bolts your bike carries.
If you're in need of a little more than just a torque wrench, The PRO Toolbox should sort you out.
22 tools ranging from chain tools and chain bolt wrenches right through to Phillips or flat head screwdrivers and Spoke wreches, if you need it for your bike, chances are it's in here.
And today's final deal ties all of this together.
Elite's Workstand Race Pro will happily hang your brand new Canyon as you use your brand new PRO toolbox to fettle away.
The aluminium components here are strong, rustproof and spectacularly light.
It'll fold away neatly and quickly too.
And your seal of approval? It's used on the pro tour by several pro teams.