Your bike's probably getting a bit mucky now that they weather's on the turn. Here at road.cc those of us who are asthetically proud of our bikes have had to up our cleaning game, and having the right kit has certainly come in handy.
Muc Off, as their name suggests, specialise in keeping your bikes clean. At this time of year it's especially important to stay on top of it, or else your bicycle will be a husk of its former beautfiul self come spring.
Our top deal in today's DealCatcher is a five-piece premium bike cleaning from the guys at Muc Off which has seen a 70% discount over at BuyaBike.
That bundle will come in especially handy if you're planning on getting involved in the cyclocross scene this winter.
We've got a pair of bargains from Hargroves and Tredz - specifically a Ridley and a Gensis - which will give you the platform you need to go and get mucky on a the full spectrum of cyclocross courses.
Muc Off's five-piece premium bike cleaning bundle has everything you could possibly need to keep your bike clean this winter.
The bundle contains three different types of brush which will give you access to each and every filthy crevasse of your bike, a circular brush for your frame and tyres, a tapered brush for those nooks and crannies around your brakes and spokes, and a stiff brush so you can give a really deep clean to the really mucky bits.
The MO-94 wonder spray does everything. It'll penetrate dirt deeply, lubricate moving parts, and leave a lasting protective film so next time you won't need to work so hard to get your bike sparkling.
Finally, the bundle comes with something to help you out with one of the toughest cleaning jobs; your bike's chain.
The little device just needs clipping into place, pour some cleaning fluid in, and turn the pedals. Hey presto, you're clean.
Cyclocross bikes are not only completely necessary to effectively race and ride on cyclocross tracks, but they also make the perfect commuting machines.
Lightweight, sporty, and ready to tackle the worst weather, you'll get all the protection from the elements that you'll need over the winter months, without losing out on any of the performance that you're used to when you're riding your summer bike.
This Ridley comes running Shimano Sora, Avid BB7 mechanical disc brakes, and Ridley's X-Bow alluminium frameset. There's plenty of room for mudguards, and the mounts for those, and a pair of panniers are already waiting for you.
This bargain from Tredz will set you up very nicely for the winter of high performance and low maintenance.
Sporting Shimano's Alfine Di2 8-speed hub gearing, which sits very nicely on an aluminium chromly frameset, the Day One's a steal at £1199.