Well, don't say we never treat you! Today the DealCatcher has an entire website of exclusive sale items for you guys!
That's right; if you're after some bargain bike bits, some cheap cycling clothing, or ridiculously good value road bikes, head on over to Cycle Surgery today to get an exclusive day-early peak at their sale.
The link below will take you to the exclusive road.cc early access landing page for the sale - where you'll get a chance to buy 777 discounted items ahead of the general public.
After that, we take a quick look at some of the items that are available, to give you an idea of what is available.
First up in our selection of these fantastic exclusive cycling deals is Trek's lightweight carbon Emonda S 6.
Running a full Shimano Ultegra groupset, the Emonda S 6 offers pretty great value, especially at this price.
The wheels are Bontrager's Tubeless Ready alloys, the frame is Trek's Ultralight 300 Series OCLV Carbon with a tapered head tube. To finish there's an Emonda carbon fork, and a Bontrager Paradigm saddle.
The whole setup weighs in at 8.72kg for the 56cm model, which is mouthwateringly light for a bike that costs just £1100.
Giant's TCR Advanced Pro bike range is pretty well liked around these parts.
Our tech editor Mat Brett had an in depth look at the slightly more expensive TCR Advanced Pro 0, which he gave 9/10 and called an "an exceptionally good race bike."
There's plenty more detail about what you can expect from the TCR Advanced range below, but first let's look at what you get for your money with the TCR Advanced Pro 1.
A full Shimano Ultegra 22-speed groupset keeps things ticking over, Giant's SLR 1 WheelSystem will keep you rolling, and a Giant Advanced-Grade Carbon Composite frame is what all of this is hung on.
Top quality technical cycling jerseys for non-performance oriented cyclists can be illusive, especially for decent prices.
This Mavic Askium Jersey however, strikes an excellent balance between clean, traditionally styling, comfortable relaxed fit, and technical features for a very reasonable price.
From clothing for the non-performance oriented cyclists to race wear from Gore Bike Wear.
Gore's Power 3.0 bib shorts have had their seams moved to reduce chafing, the POWER Man seat insert is developed for medium distance rides.
It'll give you a lining of comfort while not restricting your movement.
Gore Bike Wear shorts have a history of success on the road.cc review table, if that helps steer your decision. The company's Xenon bibs got a 9/10 back in 2014.
Lezyne's incredibly well-equipped Stainless 20 Multi Tool is a pure bargain at under £20.
We reviewed it back in 2012 and it got an 8/10. It hasn't changed much since then, and it hasn't needed to.
We called it an "excellent multitool with most features you'll need on the road plus a few more, just in case."
You can read the full review below:
Finally, if you're after a saddle, check out Cycle Surgery's entire range of half price Fizik saddles.
There's a huge selection for riders of all preferences, so we'd advise you to follow the link above and check out their full range.
If you're feeling lazy though, the Gobi XM Manganese Saddle is perfect for those of you who like total comfort, a little bit of off-road action, or are planning on an autumn of cyclocross.