Welcome to the second of your two, weekly editions of the road.cc DealCatcher. Today, 10 fantastic deals are being served up for you road.cc readers to take advantage of including brands like Mekk, Castelli, and Mavic.
Other deals include two brilliant bike bargains, a set of cheapest-on-the-market tubs of hydration powder, and a free CatEye cycling computer with the purchase of a bike.
Science in Sport
3x SiS 500g Electrolyte tubs - £18 - SAVE 40%
Deal available with code: HYDR18
Expires midnight Friday 3rd July
The SiS Electrolyte hydration tubs, which come in four flavours - blackcurrent, lemon and lime, raspberry, and tropical - will prevent cramp, give you an energy boost, and keep you hydrated on those long summers ride.
SiS, the sports nutrition supplier, is offering an exclusive deal with the HYDR18 code to pick up three of the tubs at a 40% discount. After plugging the code in, these tubs will shoot up to the top of the value-for-money market. However, the offer expires at midnight on Friday, so you better be quick.
Mavic Infinity Bib Shorts - £79.99 - SAVE 50%
Designed for hot weather wear, the Mavic Infinity Bib Short offers fantastic optimal comfort, fit and wicking, especially at this time of year.
Morvleo Stout Short Sleeve Jersey - £39.99 - SAVE 44%
If you like beer, and you like cycling, then this could well be the jersey for you. Morvelo Bicycle Apparel have a history of collaborating with breweries, and while this one might not be an official collaboration, it does have a striking resemblance to a pint of its namesake. Plus, it's a bargain.
rh+ Prime Jersey - £30 - SAVE 40%
It's that time of year! The Tour de France starts on Saturday, so of course we're seeing discounts on all things yellow. This rh+ jersey has seen a 40% discout and now resembles excellent value for money. Remember, it's an Italian brand though, so you'll have to order a size above.
Pearl Izumi Road Race 2 Shoe - £50 - SAVE 55%
The Pearl Izumi Road Race 2 cycling shoe is built for power and pace, and is now discounted to under half of its initial value.
The 1:1 Power Plate in which the cleat sits is designed to transfer every joule of energy from your legs to the forward motion of the bike. Make sure you're clipped in, because by the looks of things you'll be flying.
Cannondale SuperSix EVO 105 - 2015 Road Bike - £1274.99 - SAVE 15%
In case you missed last weekend's big Cannondale reveal, here it is again. Our editor Tony was over in Austria for the launch of the new Cannondale SuperSix Evo.
If you can't wait for the 2016 model, this year's edition has had a price cut over at Hargroves. Not only will they deliver you the bike free of charge, they'll offer you it on finance too. Lovely.
FREE Gabba 2 Jersey with any road bike over £1,500
FREE Cateye Strada Computer with any road bike between £1,000 - £1,499
If you're in the market for a new bike and you're willing to shell out more than £1,000, look no further than Tweeks this week.
In return for your custom, they're offering a free Cateye Strada Smart Cycling Computer With Speed & Cadence Sensor, which we reviewed here, or the widely revered Castelli Gabba 2 Jersey, depending on your price point.
Altura Progel Mitt - £8.99 - SAVE 55%
Looking for a comforting ride? Leisure Lakes are offering a great deal on Altura Progel Mitts.
The gloves feature large gel-protected areas which will help protect your hands from most of the bumps you experience on any day-to-day ride. They might struggle with cobbles though.
Mekk Poggio 1.6 2015 - £824.99 - SAVE 25%
Mekk are well known for making solid all-round road bikes, especially in their Poggio range. In 2014 Mat tested the Poggio 1.5 and liked it enough to give it four stars.
This is the following year's incarnation and it comes with a full carbon frame and fork, Shimano R500 wheelset and Shimano Sora gearing. Not bad for just over £800, right?
Birzman Zacoo Maha MTB Track Pump - £30 - SAVE 50%
Our final entry to this monster DealCatcher is Birzman's Zacoo Maha MTB Track Pump. We're fans of Brizman pumps here at road.cc - we've seen quite a few of them pass over our desks, and we've generally been impressed.
You could do a lot worse in the pump-stakes for £30, that's for sure.
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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.