The January sales are coming early! While you unwind from the Christmas insanity, why not peruse the goods that are currently available to you at discount prices from the deal doctors over at Cycle Surgery!
We've picked out four bikes for different styles or riders - racers, commuters, and roadies - alongside a bunch of clothing and a women's mountain bike.
So, if you've still got space, tuck in and fill your life with some festive cycling offers!
Our first deal of the day is Giant's excellent carbon-framed Defy Advanced 3. It runs Shimano's brilliant Tiagra groupset, hydraulic disc brakes and Giant's SR 2 Disc Wheels.
It also put in a strong showing when it came in for road.cc review. It left with an 8/10 rating from our tech editor Mat Brett.
Whyte, known for naming bikes after southern English counties and cities, has seen its commuter bike - the Cambridge - undergo a decent 37% discount over at Cycle Surgery this post-festive season.
Featuring SRAM's Apex 1 road groupset to give you plenty of flexibility for both slow and fast riding, a comfortable mountain bike-esque geometry, Tektro Auriga disc brakes and internal cable routing for a clean look, this bike should be high on your list if you're looking for a new commuter in the new year.
Not to be confused with a cyclocross bike, Scott's Sub Cross is specifically designed for easy inner-city riding.
The bike's versatile female-specific geometry lends itself to comfortable riding on an easy-to-manoeuvre bike that's perfect for days out on busy city streets.
Where our first Giant was best suited for racing, the Revolt is much more of a tourer.
Specifically set up for long days in the saddle, from geometry right the way through to the wheel choices, the Revolt's talking comfort and performance.
The ALUXX SL aluminium frame has space for 700x50c tyres, lowered seat stays, and Connect XR Ergo handlebars that are all specifically designed to provide you with a comfortable roll and streamlined yet sustainable riding position.
We doubt, this deep into the winter, we need to talk to you about the benefits of gloves.
These ones, while also being nice and cheap, are the perfect road mitt. The glove's inter-finger mesh keeps things ventilated, while the lycra back will keep you warm without getting you all sweaty.
Castelli's Gabba jersey is one for the ages. Stories of pros using the jersey despite having sponsorship deals with other brands is about all the legend you need to hear to convince you that this bit of kit is something special.
Now in its third iteration, this golden waterproof jersey is still the world class bit of kit it always was.
On the cheaper end of the spectrum is Gore's fantastic Element Jersey.
At this price, you're getting some serious bang-for-buck. Reflective elements, a silicon waistband and even more wonderful features make it well worth this paltry £35 price tag.
Again, in the bang-for-buck department, Altura's Nightvision range already does the business before any discounts are applied.
At this price, arguably the best heavy-weather waterproof, is an absolute steal.
Finally, for those of you who have considered moving away from the road stuff to the messier stuff, we advise you take a look at Cycle Surgery's selection of bargain mountain bikes, and head over to our sister site off-road.cc for all the riding advice you could ever need.
Elliot joined team road.cc bright eyed, bushy tailed, and straight out of university.
Raised in front of cathode ray tube screens bearing the images of Miguel Indurain and Lance Armstrong, Elliot's always had cycling in his veins.
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.
When Elliot's not writing for road.cc about two-wheeled sustainable transportation, he's focussing on business sustainability and the challenges facing our planet in the years to come.