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The DealCatcher has caught six great deals including a Sigma computer, Cateye lights, and a Cube Agree bike

Well done, you've come to the very best place on the internet for your biweekly dose of discounted bike-themed retail therapy.

Here at road.cc the DealCatcher has been busy collecting great discounts on a huge range of procuts for you from all over cycling retail's portion of the world wide web.

Starting with Merlin Cycles, we've found a great deal on SPD pedals, Science in Sport are once again on the discount trial with their GO Isotopic gels, and a deal we're sure you'll agree is fantastic on a Cube Agree road bike. There's a set of CatEye lights from Hargroves Cycles, Wheelies have a great deal on Mavic base layers, and we finish off with a Sigma computer from Decathlon.

Merlin Cycles

41% off Shimano M540 SPD Pedals
WAS £44.99 | NOW £26.50

If you've never ridden clipless before - whether that's because you're a little bit scared of the intimacy of becoming one with a macine, or the prospect of falling off - perhaps now's your time.

Shimano's SPD mechanic is used most commonly in clipless pedals, and they work fantastically well, hense the market saturation.

If you're a seasoned clipless pedal user, now might be a good time to go and give yours a look over, maybe it's time for a replacement pair.

 

SiS

Buy one, get one free - 6 Pack of GO Isotonic Gels
WAS £16.80 | NOW £8.40

SiS continue their Tour de France-themed sale with a buy-one-get-one-free offer on their well recieved GO Isotonic Gels.

This isn't your standard discount, so you'll have to buy two packs to save yourself money, but with the range of flavours they've got on offer, why wouldn't you buy two?

Also, think of the combinations. Apple and strawberry: delicious.

 

Wheelies

42% off Mavic Echelon Thermo Long Sleeve Base Layer
Was £45 | NOW £25.99

It's always worth remembering that most of us live in the UK. The summer, if it really arrives at all, tends to last for a fraction of the time we're expecting.

So, while it's fun to enjoy your one-layer rides while you can, thinking ahead to late October/November, when the Summer really is getting to be a distant memory might stand you in good stead. Especially if you're making savings like this one.

 

Hargroves

33% off Cateye Volt 300/50 Light Set
WAS £89.99 | NOW £59.99

We're big on bike lights here at road.cc. If you missed our big lights test at the end of last year, here's your chance to check it out. While two Cateye lights featured in the big test, the 300 didn't. However, we did manage to test it on its own - where it recieved a highly commendable 9/10.

Thanks to Hargroves's discounts, you'll not only get a great front light for this price, you'll also get a Cateye Volt 50 rear light - which we also tested on the road.cc.

 

Chain Reaction Cycles

38% off Cube Agree GTC Triple Road Bike 2014
WAS £1199.00 | NOW £748.99

I'm sure you'll agree that the best cycling deals are bikes, right? Who wouldn't agree that getting your hands on a decent carbon road bike for under £750 is an absolute bargain? We're all in agreement here at road.cc and it seems that Cube Agree too.

If we leave the puns behind for a moment, and take a look at the Shimano Tiagra-sporting, Fulcrum 77 wheel wearing, Cube bike, you'll come to the same conclusion that we did; £748.99 is a steal.

 

Decathlon

29% off Sigma Rox 10.0 GPS Cycle Computer
WAS £139.99 | NOW £99.99

This all-in-one data tracker, GPS navigator, cycling computer is perfect for amateurs looking to get a little more insight into their riding habits and abilities, as well as professionals looking to make improvements.

At £99, Decathlon's 29% discount makes the Sigma Rox 10.0 and absolute steal

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.