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The first Deal Clincher Takeover of the year takes us to Cycle Store! Get up to 66% off Specialized gear, Poc glasses, 300-lumen lights & Endura Jackets

The Deal Clincher's starting the new year off right. With a whole host of spectacular Specialized sale items and other great savings from the team over at Cycle Store.

In today's Deal Clincher Takeover we haven't just got Specialized products, although they do lead the way. We've got a front light bargain from GT, waterproof jackets from Endura, and a pair of specs from Poc. No matter what you're after, there's bound to be something for you here.

So, without further ado, here's Cycle Store's Deal Clincher Takeover!

Specialized

66% off Specialized's 2017 Women's Riva Saddle
£9.99 | WAS £29.99

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Specialized Womens Riva Saddle.jpg

First up is arguably the bargain of the set.

Specialized's Riva Saddle offers unrivalled support and comfort at this price point. £10 for a £30 saddle is a great deal, and for the commuters out there among you, this one's waterproof, so don't worry about leaving it out in the rain if you have to!

 

37% off Specialized's 2017 Power Pro Team Saddle
£108.99 | WAS £174.99

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Specialized Power Pro Saddle.jpg

Significantly more on the pricey side than the saddle above, Specialized's Power Pro Team Saddle is designed for both men and women who want to ride in a more aggressive position.

The geeks over at Specialized have used computer pressure mapping software to ensure that the elongated Body Geometry channel allows for all-day comfort even when you're pushing yourself to your limit.

 

25% off Specialized's 2018 S-Works Prevail 2 Helmet
£129.99 | WAS £174.99

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Specialized S-Works Prevail Helmet.jpg

The 2018 version of Specialized's S-Works Prevail Helmet is the "most complete lightweight race helmet" that Specialized has ever made.

The unmatched ventilation system, coupled with incredible aerodynamic design and comfort, provides cool and quick performance alongside top of the range safety standards.

 

GT

55% off GT's All Terra 300 Lumen Front Light
£19.99 | WAS £44.99

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GT All Terra 300 Lumen.jpg

GT's All Terra front light is flexible. Performing equally well as a see-me front blinker and a light-the-way front beam, the 300-lumen light is perfectly designed for winter riding.

With a big easy-access operation button on the top, you'll be able to operate the different modes, and the multi-position bracket gives you endless options for where in your cockpit you place the light.

 

Endura

50% off Endura's Singletrack Jacket
£56.98 | WAS £114.99

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Endura Single Track Jacket.jpg

On what's been a particularly damp start to the year, some of you will be thinking about new waterproof options.

If that's you, look no further than these rigorously tested jackets.

If these jackets can handle the muck and wet of a windy welsh trail, they can certainly keep you warm and dry on your commute.

 

Poc

38% off Poc's Doc Flow Unobtanium Sunglasses
£79.99 | WAS £130.00

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Poc Doc Flow Sunglasses.jpg

Finally, now you can obtain some unobtanium.

The bizarrely named fictional element is infact very obtainable here, and for a fraction of its normal price, and in the shape of some pretty good-looking sunnies.

Jump at this deal if you're looking ahead to some sunny spring riding and want to grab an offer like this before the prices go up again when the sun comes out!

 

Deal Clincher Takeovers are paid-for content by the retailers involved. All of the deals featured in this article are vetted by the Deal Clincher team who help retailers steer their content towards the best deals for readers of Farrelly Atkinson Ltd. publications.

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