As it's Thursday, the DealCatcher's got a little bit extra for you to round off your week, especially now that we're looking ahead to an uncertain couple of months weather-wise.
First up is a bargain that'll keep you warm while you're cycling. No, this time it's not a jersey, a jacket, or a pair of gloves, it's a hugely discounted turbo trainer from Elite.
The Volare model, which has seen over half of its RRP sliced away by the guys over at Chain Reaction, uses the mysterious force of magnets to provide you with the resistance you'll be missing from hills and tarmac.
Just after that we've got three bikes: a Bianchi Vertigo from Wiggle which you can get your hands on for £900, that's a 40% discount; a Giant Defy 3 from Rutland Cycles which has seen a 34% discount; and the final bike in today's piece is a fantastic deal on a Cannondale SuperSix EVO from Tredz.
We round the DealCatcher off with a pair of lights that have seen such a massive discount that you'd be foolish not to pick them up as a back-up pair to keep in your desk drawer at work.
'Tis the season to try and keep warm by whatever means necessary. Well, it nearly is.
There may come a point over the next few months where you wake up to frozen rain lashing down. You'll look at your bike, and you'll convince yourself that getting the train to work is probably the better option.
We're not here to argue over your sense of conviction, or your steel, or your metlle, we're here to keep you cycling no matter what.
If you still fancy cycling, but not through the rain, you'll need one of these. We've created a buyer's guide to turbo trainers, so if you're at a complete loss go and have a look at it.
If you know you want one, but can't face the outlay of several hundreds of pounds, this number from Chain Reaction is for you.
Get your hands on a great value sportive bike for even more value.
The Bianchi Vertigo, which we reviewed last April in its Campagnolo Xenon incarnation, carries itself on a carbon frame and has a lot to say for itself in the long distance sportive market.
This one runs on Shimano Tiagra and a Shimano R501 wheelset and our man Stuart Kerton said it had beautiful handling and stable geometry - which you can read in the review below.
Rutland have currently got a market leading deal on their 2015 models of the Giant Defy 3, so if you're a new cyclist thinking about getting in on the road bike action, here's your chance.
At under £500, this Giant Defy gives you plenty of options. Regardless as to whether you're looking for a first road bike, or something relatively cheap but still quick and satisfying to get you through the winter, you can't really go wrong with this lightweight and nimble aluminium, Shimano Sora sporting road bike.
Also, if you head on over to Rutland you can also grab a bunch of money off of your order if you use one of their many voucher codes.
If your order amounts to more that £100, pop in the HAVE6 code to get £6 off. If you're buying clothing as well as a bike, you can get £5, £10, or £15 off of orders of £50, £100, or £150 or more respectively by popping in the code CLOTHING5, CLOTHING10, or CLOTHING15, depending on the price bracket you're order fits in.
Peeking just over the £1000 threshold, this discounted Cannondale SuperSix EVO is quite the bargain.
Dave Arthur gave the Cannondale SuperSix EVO RIVAL's Shimano 105-sporting brother a glowing review when he climbed into its saddle last year.
He called it a stunning ride, for the full £1699 price tag. Over at Tredz they've slashed about £650 off of that price, which makes this a no-brainer, right?
Finally, Smart's basic level bike light solution might not light up your country lane route home, but it will certainly keep you seen and safe on a night when you've been caught out by the early evening.
We've all been there, especially at this time of year, where we've left the house in morning sunshine and the idea that we'd need lights for the way home hasn't even crossed our minds.
That's where a set of lights as cheap as this will be invaluable to you. Buy two, keep a pair in your desk at work and keep another pair by your front door at home. That way, if you've left your normal set of lights at either end and you're caught short, you can still get where you need to be safely.