The DealCatcher's got some excellent deals on road bikes and cycling shoes in today's deal round-up straight from Chain Reaction Cycles.
We've got two road bikes in today's round-up. Fuji's Sportif 1.1 D road bike gets things moving with a 40% discount, while Cube's 2016 Attain GTC Pro Disc Road Bike has had a 20% price cut.
In terms of footwear, Shimno's R241B road shoes lead the way with a massive 66% discount, Gaerne's Bora road shoes have had a 50% price cut, and Northwave's Torpedo SRS road shoes close the DealCatcher with a 40% discount.
Fuji's Sportif 1.1 cyclocross-ready road bike's seen a pretty hefty discount over at Chain Reaction Cycles.
We reviewed this model, and our man Dave Atkinson called it a "really good multi-purpose road disc bike that's well specced and comfortable."
Dava also gave the bike a solid 8/10, and that was at its full price of £949.
Cube's 2016 carbon Attain GTC Pro Disc Road Bike has had a solid 20% discount over at CRC.
The 9kg bike carries Shimano's 105 drive train and Fulcrum's Racing 77 disc wheels.
Cube say that the Attain GTC is all about comfort and speed, with the frame having been updated this year to focus on reducing fatigue on long rides.
Shimano's R241B road shoes offer a no-compromise attitude towards performance and premium-quality materials, at least, that's what Shimano say.
The R241Bs use premium micro-fibre leathers and multi-layered moisture control mesh to keep your feet comfortable and cool.
Heat moldable custom-fit technology is ready to give you the perfect fit, and the low-profile micro-adjust buckle and dual straps will ensure the shoes are perfectly secured for power transfer and comfort.
Accorrding to Gaerne "all Gaerne shoes provide excellent breathability and a perfect climate." If we're to believe what they say about the Boras, these are no different.
And why wouldn't we believe what Gaerne have to say? Last time we reviewed a pair of the Italian brand's shoes our man John Stevenson gave them a 9/10.
The Boras you can see here include ingenious comfort features like a perforated shoe tongue to allow for better air flow, micro-perforations on the toe of the insole, and plenty of vents.
Our final deal of the day sees Northwave's Torped SRS shoes sitting prettily on a 40% discount.
The shoes are said to make you faster and more efficient on the road thanks to their Carbon Light sole which Northwave says is extremely stiff and as well as being incredibly light.
The slim ratchet system (SRS) from which the Torpedo SRS shoes get their name is Northwave's new micrometric buckle that offers maximum closing precision while saving plenty in the weight department.