You're pushing it if you're still on the look out for Christmas presents for the cyclists in your life, but the DealCatcher's here to throw you a couple of last minute bones.
First up is Evans Cycles. If you order a bike from them today, you'll get it before Christmas. Possibly the best deal on the site is this Charge Plug 3 which you can get your hands on at a 30% discount. What are you waiting for?
Our second stop on this pre-Christmas tour is Decathlon. It might look like a weird clothes hanger byt the deal we've got for you today is BTwin's bike stand. It's a bargain at £2.79 and will give you plenty of upright storage options.
Today's final deal is one we know you'll like. How do we know? Well you voted it in your top five multitools during our People's Choice awards. Topeak's Alien 2 is a great bargain at £25.99 and will meet plenty of the cyclist in your life's needs.
Charge's range of Plug bikes span road bike disciplines, and do it in an incredibly cost effective, and generally effective manner.
The Plug 3 is the perfect commuting companion. It features a lightweight 6061 butted aluminium frame, carbon fork, Alex DRAW tubeless-ready rims, and wide 400x42c Maxxis Roamer Tyres.
It'll get you through muddy days, snowy says, and dry warm days with equal speed and success.
Plus you can rest safe in the knowledge that you're getting a well-rounded and compelling package; we've reviewed enough Charge Plugs to say that with some conviction.
If you're tired of resting your bike against the wall in your garage, or you want to be able to do a bit of fettling without worrying about your bike toppling over, BTwin's SV 101 bike stand is proabably your cheapest and most ingenious option.
While it looks like a clothes hanger, it doesn't really hang anything. The triangular base rests on the floor while the hook wraps around your down tube and your bottom bracket rests on the flat bit below the hook.
It's an absolute bargain for £2.79.
Finally, one of your favourite mutitools has made it into the DealCatcher.
A substantial 9% of you claimed that Topeak's Alien II Multitool is your favourite multitool.
In a competition dominated by Topeak, the Alien represented the option with the most... well... options. The 26-tool... tool... features a myriad of options, going as far as providing a bottle opener and knife for your post-ride or post-fettle celebratory beers and/or cakes.