If you're in the market for a new set of wheels, you've come to the right DealCatcher today!
Deals on RIbble, Orbea, and Eastway bikes feature in today's deal round-up from the internet's top retailers.
Specifically we've got Ribble's Special Edition Evo Pro Tiagra road bike, which is currently experiencing an excellent 25% discount on an already heavily discounted set of components.
Following that the discounts keep going up. Starting with Orbea's Avant M20 Team Disc road bike which has had a hefty 34% of its asking price sliced away.
Finally the biggest of the day's discounts comes from Wiggle and Eastway's Emitter R4 road bike which has had a price-cut of 40%.
25% off Ribble's 2017 Evo Pro Tiagra SE Road Bike
£934.00 | NOW £699.00
Ribble's entry-level carbon sportive bike is sitting here today as our top deal. Not because it's had the biggest discount, not because it has the most spectacular components.
It's sitting atop our list today because what Ribble's bike offers always represent is incredible value.
Shimano's excellent Tiagra 4700 10-speed groupset, Selle Italia saddle, Superleggera seatpost, and Deda's Zero Bar & stem sit aboard an excellent carbon frame.
34% off Orbea's 2017 Avant M20 Team Disc
£2399.00 | NOW £1599.00
Orbea's 2017 Avant M20 Team has had plenty of praise from across the industry, and rightly so, by the looks of things.
Shimano's Ultegra 6800 groupset and Mavic's Aksium wheelset get things moving, while Shimano's RS805 disc brakes will keep things under control, no matter what the conditions.
Those components sit aboard Orbea's excellent Avant carbon OMP monocoque frame.
The Avant range has had some pretty good feedback from road.cc. When we took the top level Avant M10D out for a spin our tech editor gave it an 8/10.
40% off Eastway's 2017 Emitter R4 Tiagra
£1400 | NOW £838.99
Our final deal of the day comes from Wiggle, and also sees today's biggest discount.
The R4 is an excellently affordable carbon racer. Shimano's Tiagra groupset also adorns the Emitter, while the the carbon frame also carries Mavic's Aksium wheelset and a Fizik Antares saddle.
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