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The DealCatcher has eight of the best deals from around the web + an exclusive road.cc discount

The DealCatcher has had another busy, busy week. Among the eight deals that will make your bank balances both smile and weep, are massive reductions in Castelli clothing, a cut-price Calibre road bike, some Science in Sport goodies, and an exclusive road.cc discount on an already reduced jersey.

So, without further ado, let's get saving!

Hargroves

Up to 40% off Castelli clothing

 

There's an enormous sale going on over at Hargroves. Their entire Castelli range has seen massive reductions of up to 40% off of cycling jackets, bib shorts, jerseys, and hats.

The Castelli Mortirolo Due Jacket pictured is one of the many 40% reductions, seeing its £175 price tag reduced to £104.99.

 

Go Outdoors

32% off Calibre Progress Road Bike
WAS £319.99 NOW 215.99

 

From retailer Go Outdoor, the Calibre Progress road bike offers you a double cut price aluminium road bike. A Stiff fork and down tube, coupled with a 24-speed Shimano transmission and Tektro dual pivot brake calipers, make this quite the bargain.

Getting your hands on this one iss a little more complicated though. To secure this discount you'll need a Go Outdoors discount card, which will set you back £5. It will however give you access to the retailer's discounts for a full calendar year.

 

Science in Sport

50% off SiS GO Energy Gel 30 pack
WAS £53.99 NOW £26.95

There are a huge range of gels available to you for half prive via sports nutrition experts Science in Sport. Just whack the code '3DAYTDF' in during the checkout process on their website, and just like that you can buy two lots without worrying your concience.

Bear in mind though, that the deal expires on Thursday at midnight (that's July 9).

 

Wiggle

52% off Shimano SPD cleats
WAS £17.99 NOW £8.69

 

We hear from road cyclists from all over the place who don't ride in road cycling shoes. This bizarre practice has little to do with performance and a lot to do with comfort and convenience.

Your MTB shoes, with their recessed cleat, will make your off-the-bike life much easier. So, if you're a MTB shoe wearer, here's a deal for you. Check your cleats, are they worn out, a bit rusty? Why not invest now in a replacement set?

 

Tweeks cycles

53% off Shimano Ultegra 6800 11-Speed Groupset
WAS £999.98 NOW £469.49

Tweeks have slashed the price of the revered Shimano Ultegra 6800 groupset.

We reviewed the set back in March last year. Our man Dave Atkinson loved it. His first words of the review were "Hot Damn."

He did go on to elaborate that "for the serious fitness rider or privateer racer, as a package, this is as good as a mechanical groupset has ever been."

 

A Cycles

32% off Mavic Yksion Comp Folding Tyre 2015

WAS £25.89 NOW £17.68

Mavic have been in the wheel and tyre systems game for the last four years. Their single rubber compound tyres can also be bought seperately, as you can see here.

The foldability of these Yksion tyres make them perfect spares to pop into any long ride kit, while the compound provides fantastic grip. We've reviewed a pair of Yksion tyres before. David Arthur seemed to like them.

 

Radial

27% off Radial Melio 14-in-1 folding multi tool
WAS 14.99 NOW 10.99

Hex keys, Torx screwdrivers, chain tools, Phillips and flathead screwdrivers, even a bottle opener: you name it, this Radial Multi Tool has it.

Plus, it's had a massive discount. Don't hang about.

 

Bike Shed

Exclusive extra 10% off RH+ Prime Yellow Jersey
Was £50.00 NOW £27.00 with exclusive road.cc coupon

This jersey featured in last week's DealCatcher. However, Bike Shed have offered road.cc readers an extra 10% discount on the already heavily discounted jersey.

You have untli the end of the Tour de France, and all you have to do is use the coupon code: ROADCC. Hopefully you won't be the only Brit in Yellow this summer.

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.