We really try not to leave you high and dry here at road.cc. Although, if we're speaking literally, that's exactly what we're trying to do at this time of year.
We want to see you out on your bikes, climbing hills and staying dry whatever the weather, and we're using the DealCatcher to help.
Today's selection of cycling deals should keep large portions of you dry, while also keeping you safe.
Raleigh's Maverick Comp cyclocross bike gets things rolling, followed by an incredible discount on a high-powered headlight and a bargain Pearl Izumi cycling vest.
Chain Reaction Cycles
Our man Jo Burt - or Vecchio Jo as you may know him - put the Maverick through its paces last year.
It's safe to say he enjoyed his time with the bike on both the tarmac and the dirt.
He said the bike's punching above its price tag looks-wise and will see you through the slippery winter months ahead beautifully.
If you live out in the sticks you'll know that the majority of bike lights just won't cut it if you want to survive your commute.
There are dangers both from wildlife and other road users that are best avoided with a big light up top.
Normally, though, you'll be spending a fortune on getting a light that'll see you through those pitch black nights in the countryside.
Not here. This bargain is astronomical.
Finally, these Pear Izumi vests will do a great job of both keeping you seen and safe as well as keeping you dry - and by extension warm.
Protection from biting winter winds can't be underestimated at this time of year; sometimes your big wooly fleece won't cut it, especially if you're descending for any period of time.
The vest has an elasticicated hem and arm openings to keep things comfortable, while it's also super compactible and easy to carry.
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