Bargain bikes from Specialized, Raleigh, and Giant, plus loads of nutrition bargains from Science in Sport

This week the DealCatcher has unearthed some spectacular deals on bikes. You want the choice of three brilliant bikes for under £600? Well, it's your lucky day, because that's exactly what we've got.

Chain Reaction Cycles, Tredz, and BikeShed are the discount culprits this week - offering ridiculous deals on a Raleigh Revenio 1, a Giant Defy 5, and a Specialized Sirrus Comp respectively.

Away from the brilliant bike bargains, we've got a raft of outrageous reductions from the guys over at Science in Sport too; plus a superb Specialized Pro Racing Jersey which Wheelies have on sale too.

So, without further ado, there's only one thing left for you to do: get shopping!


Chain Reaction Cycles

25% off Raleigh Revenio 1 Road Bike 2015
WAS £549.99 | NOW £409.99

Whether you're after a bike that'll see you right on a lunchtime whizz around town, or a long bank holiday weekend century, this Raleigh's custom butted alloy frame shifts your weight further back on the bike, reducing fatigue and giving you a comfortable powerful ride no matter what you're doing.

Shimano Claris, and Raleigh's own C1 carbon bladed fork, ensure you'll get up those hills quickly and in total control of your bike.

For very close to £400, we doubt you'll be disappointed with your investment.



29% off Giant Defy 5 2015
WAS £499.00 | NOW £349.99

Boasting both versatility and speed, the Giant Defy 5 is this week's second DealCaught endurance bike. The Defy's frame, which has been designed to reduce fatigue in the arms and in the back, will keep you significantly more comfortable than an all-out race bike.

Anything that helps make it easier to bash out the kilometers, eh?

The aluminium frame has also been engineered with a focus toward comfort; it will absorb road vibrations like a sponge, while remaining uncompromised on stiffness. Like the Raleigh above, the Giant is running Shimano Claris 16 speed gearing, so those hills and inner city sprints will be well within the reach of your legs.



25% off Specialized Sirrus Comp - 2013
WAS £800.00 | NOW £599.00

If you're more interested in the city streets than those countryside climbs, the Specialized Sirrus might suit your tastes more than the first two bikes in this week's DealCatcher.

That said, the Sirrus handles hills fantastically well too!

This urban-leaning set of wheels combines Specialiazed knowledge of some of the world's best race bikes, with a flat-bar urban-friendly form. This gives you incomparable versatility to hit the hills over the weekend, and sail through traffic on city streets during the week.


Science in Sport

2 for £10 on Variety Packs, Intro Packs, and 500g drink tubs
+ more great SiS deals

There are loads of deals over at Science in Sport this week as they celebrate the bank holiday weekend in style.

The stand-out selection for us is are the 2 for £10 on Variety Packs, Intro Packs, and 500g drink tubs - featuring electrolyte, energy and carb loading drinks.

There's plenty more on offer too, click the link above to check it out.



40% off Specialized Pro Racing Long Sleeve Cycling Jersey
WAS £90.00 | NOW £54.00

Finally, Wheelies' offer on the Specialized Pro Racing Long Sleeve cycling Jersey will see you get your hands on a comfortable jersey that'll keep you warm as the summer starts to wane.

Sandwiched between a polyester lining and an outer shell is a waterproof and breathable membrane that'll keep you warm, in the cold, but cool in the heat. The back's made of moisture absorbing hydrophilic treated SL 200 fabric that'll help keep you dry in those awful autumn showers.

It's a fantastically versatile jersey, it's easy on the eye, and it's a steal for £54.

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.