The road.cc DealCatcher got word from Wiggle HQ today that there are some stunning cycling deals hiding away in the depths of the company's website. He explored, and the fruits of his labour can be seen below.
If you're a fan of cycling bits, today's DealCatcher should give you a nice little boost.
We've got bikes from the legend Eddy Merckx himself and Italy's finest Colnago, jerseys from Alé and dhb, a jacket from howies, lights from CatEye, and a smart turbo trainer from Tacx.
Of course, if that's not enough to get your dealy juices flowing, Wiggle are also offering one lucky customer their order for free every day if you buy your gear from the Wiggle app.
For more details on that, follow this link. For more deals, start scrolling.
40% off Eddy Merckx's 2016 Mourenx 69 Road Bike
WAS £2399.00 | NOW £1439.40
When we covered the Mourenx 69's launch back in 2015, our tech editor Dave Arthur noted the endurance-specific features of the bike that gives it its endurance/sportive classification.
Sporting Shimano's fantastic 105 groupset, the Mourenx69 balances stiffness and compliance in a really compelling package.
15% off Colnago's 2017 A1r CX Road Bike
WAS £1499.95 | NOW £1274.95
Colnago's A1r CX also sports Shimano's 105 drivetrain alongside FSA's Omega chainset.
This 2017 road bike also carries Colnago's in-house Artemis 24 wheelset, a Selle Italia Qbik saddle, and Shimano disc brakes aboard a carbon fibre frame.
50% off Alé's PRR Bubbles LS Jersey
WAS £115.00 | NOW £57.49
As the weather improves you'll be wanting to throw off your winter training gear. It's going to get warmer, trust us, so you'll need a wardrobe update.
What better way to give your spring training a boost than adding a bargain road.cc 9/10 jersey to your wardrobe?
Alé's PRR jersey achieved just that when we had it in for review. Granted, that one was the warm weather version, but with the long sleeves here, this number is exactly what you'll need as the weather improves.
50% off dhb's Aeron Jersey
WAS £50.00 | NOW £25.00
If long sleeve jerseys aren't your thing, dhb's Aeron performance jersey gives you another, equally well discounted option here.
The Aeron Rain Defence version of this jersey which we reviewed below did a great job on the performance side of thing, but was a bit sticky. Without the waterproof technology here, this Aeron jersey won't suffer from the same problems.
59% off howies' Hoodless Helium Jacket
WAS £39.00 | NOW £15.95
With milder conditions in our sights, your winter waterproofs will be a bit too stuffy. Lightweight options are where it's at in the springtime.
This howies jacket gives you extra protection from these impending April showers, and it weighs less than a banana, apparently.
Probably not a really small banana though...
32% off Cateye's Volt 800 Front Light
WAS £99.99 | NOW £67.99
If you want to actually be able to see where you're going down your dark roads at night, then you'll need a bright light.
They're often pricey, and not always bright enough. Fortunately, Cateye's Volt 800 doesn't suffer from either of them.
Our reviewer Ash Quinlan called it "blingingly strong." Plus, it's something of a bargain right now too.
25% off Tacx's Vortex Smart Trainer
WAS £399.99 | NOW £298.74
Smart trainers aren't the future of turbo training, they're very much the present.
These days, turbo training isn't a winter-only pass time, with apps and programmes that connect with smart trainers, you can have all sorts of cycling experiences - both solo and social - from your living room.
The Vortex features an electro brake, has a maximum resistance of 950 Watts, and can connect to a PC, tablet or smartphone.
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Raised in front of cathode ray tube screens bearing the images of Miguel Indurain and Lance Armstrong, Elliot's always had cycling in his veins.
His balance was found on a Y-framed mountain bike around South London suburbs in the 90s, while his first taste of freedom came when he claimed his father's Giant hybrid as his own at age 16.
When Elliot's not writing for road.cc about two-wheeled sustainable transportation, he's focussing on business sustainability and the challenges facing our planet in the years to come.