Sure, some of you might say the DealCatcher's getting pessimistic with his selection of bike bargains today, but we'd like to focus on the rather enjoyable alliteration within today's deals.
It's a tough pill to swallow, accepting the weather's deterioration. Here at road.cc we're not only trying to look on the bright side, we're trying to help that bitter pill taste a little sweeter.
Bikes, buffs, and baselayers are available for you today at discount prices from top retailers like Wheelies, Cycle Surgery and Decathlon.
First up is Felt's carbon fibre F6.
The bike runs Shimano's excellent Tiagra 10-speed groupset and has been on the receiving end of a stunning 31% discount from Wheelies.
That brings this carbon racing machine under £900, which is frankly incredible given the slick setup you're getting.
Felt's own in-house RSL3 tubeless ready wheels, handlebars, and seatpost, alongside Schwalbe Lugano tyres give the bike its finishing touches.
As we've already mentioned, the temperature is dropping. Fast.
It's better to be prepared than caught out when you step into the unknown one morning to discover your thin summer jersey will no longer cut it on its own.
Save yourself a miserable commute by buying a new base layer ahead of time.
This baselayer from Mavic - who have a great record in the road.cc review department when it comes to clothing to keep you warm - will not only keep you warm, it'll do it for very little money too!
The discount is big, so what's your excuse?
Finally, when it gets really cold, there are a number of kit options you'll have to consider; a buff being one of them.
As far as value goes, you'll struggle to beat BTwin whether you're buying a new bike or filling out your wardrobe.
This neck warmer is no exception. Under £2 for an item specifically designed to keep your face and neck warm while allowing you to continue breathing effectively?
Sign us up.
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