The DealCatcher is back in town to give you your lunchtime dose of cycling bargains.
Check out the web's top retailers dishing out some of their best kit for completely cut prices - including Probikekit's massive 50% cut on the carbon fibre Moda Molto road bike, Evan's slashing the price on men's and women's Jamis bikes, as well as Hargroves and Leisure Lakes weighing in with a wheelset and a helmet respectively.
Wheelies have also sliced 25% from their Sram Rival HRD hydraulic disc brake-donning Cannondale Caad10 road bike.
Get out your wallets.
If you're after a carbon fix this summer, you needn't look much further than Moda's high-end Molta road bike.
Perched headily at the top end of the Moda range, and weighing a solid 12 grams under the 8kg threshold, the Molta might just be the cut-price carbon miracle you've been waiting for.
Now you can look and feel like you ride for Team Sky for 25% less; the very same Kask helmets that Chris Froome and Geraint Thomas are bombing around France in at the moment.
We're well aware that many of you follow those Rules religiously, and the idea of donning team kit is almost sacreligious, but the Infinity's a good helmet, and you don't have to buy it with that classy blue stripe.
Black's cool, isn't it?
These limited edition Mavic wheels were produced last year as part of the French company's 125th anniversary.
We covered these extensively when they were announced - you can read about that here - but it's safe to say they'd be a decent edition to any build. Especially at this price.
This Sram heavy Cannondale represents fantastic value. Sporting 22 speed Sram Rival gearing, Sram Rival HRD hydraulic disc brakes and Fulcrum Racing Sport Disc wheels, the sub-£1500 price tag makes it a market leader.
Evans is all about equality it seems. Rather than just cutting the price of this year's Jamis Ventura Comp road bike for men or women, they went the whole hog and discounted both.
You could even get one for you and your partner - cute idea eh?
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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.
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