The big Black Friday deals aren't stopping, and with one week to go we've got more retailers than you can throw a stick at wanting in on the action.
It's Tweeks's turn here, as they've reserved a spot on the road.cc roster to show off their best wares.
From crackling deals on bikes like their offer on Cube's 2017 Litening C:62 Road bike right the way through to stonking 71% discounts on Arundel bar tape, there's bound to be something for you in this haul.
The deals don't stop there either. Before we get into the featured deals on today's Deal Clincher Takeover Tweeks have also thrown this bunch of deals out very very recently. Check 'em all out below.
> Tweeks Cycles Black Friday Bonanza
If the only thing you can criticise in a bike is the brand's misspelling of the word lightning, then you're probably on to a winner.
While Cube's bizarre naming choice may raise some question marks, the company's range of Litening carbon race bikes has been doing the complete opposite.
Back in September last year we reviewed the Litening C68 Pro and our man Ed Mason loved it. The bike rolled away with a 9/10.
The carbon frameset carries Fulcrum's Racing 55 wheelset, Shimano's fantastic Ultegra 6800 groupset, Cube finishing kit and Schwalbe One tyres.
Thinking about spending your winter Zwifting?
It's all the rage at the moment, don't ya know?
The smart trainer deals will be flying off the shelves over the next couple of weeks, so don't hesitate if you're thinking about dabbling in the world of virtual cycling.
We gave the Bkool Smart Go Trainer a very very respectable 8/10 when it came our way for review, so you'll certainly be getting quality here.
The winter can be really tough for some cyclists. Those of us with particularly high metabolisms especially.
Loads of us are prone to overheating aboard our bikes. Winter jerseys are too constricting even in cold conditions, and summer jerseys are far too light.
The Perfetto finds a... 'perfett'... balance between the two. Removable arms allow you to shed some extra layers if it's getting a little too toasty for you, the mesh back allows heat to escape if you don't want to lose your sleeves while also providing you with ample protection from the elements.
We loved it. It rolled away from road.cc review with a 9/10!
Following on from our previous deal, the Endura FS260-Pro is also designed for those of you looking to put the training hours in during cold spells this winter.
Specifically designed to keep wind and rain off while being supremely breathable, the FS260-Pro also offers a reliable dose of insulation.
We reviewed the long sleeved Classics version of this jersey.
Our man Mike Stead gave it a wonderful 9/10.
We've been talking versatile jerseys, now let's move on to versatile jackets.
If recent winter trends are anything to go by we may very well see a mild winter this year.
If that's the case you'll be looking for cycling gear that is suited to autumnal weather, like this number here from Madison.
The Stratos Jacket is one of those ultra-thin yet surprisingly rugged micro models. In the road.cc review our man Shaun Audane described how it's designed to pack unobtrusively into jersey pockets. He also observed how it offers "decent defence against rain and chill when required. It does the job very nicely."
The last thing you want while you're out on the bike is to be carrying unecessary weight.
Sometimes, though, it's unavoidable. Sometimes you have to carry something with you, whether it's a change of clothes, some lunch, or another thing that this sad journalist can't imagine.
So, if you have to carry some weight, don't be dragged down by the thing that's helping you carry that weight.
Deuters' Race Bag is "super lightweight" according to Deuter. Weighing in at 520g, the bag is incredibly light and aerodynamically aware.
If you're looking for a decent track pump the most important thing is that it gets the air into your tyre in an efficient manner, right?
When we last had a Truflo track pump here at road.cc HQ we were astonished at the manufacturing quality. Sure, the model we were testing had a questionable digital display, but the actual act of pumping was flawless, according to our man Stu Kerton.
Check out his review below, and snap this deal up if you're looking for a new pump.
We've had Challenge Strada tyres in for road.cc review before.
Our main man Dave Atkinson put the Bianca version through their paces, and whaddya know? They rolled out of road.cc HQ with an exemplary 9/10.
Dave called them "comfy in all conditions."
High praise indeed.
If you've had enough of your bland bar tape, now's the chance to change all of that.
This deal and the one after come from the magical kingdom of Arundel... We mean, the bike bit manufacturer Arundel. *note to self, we're not in a children's Pixar film*
The Synth Gecko tape here is made out of 100% Silicone Foam and doesn't need any additional adhesive to stick to your bars.
...meanwhile the Geckos are made out of EVA Foam and Ventilated Polyurethane Layered Construction.
The idea being these are a little thinner and less absorbent than cork tape.
Elliot joined team road.cc bright eyed, bushy tailed, and straight out of university.
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.