The DealCatcher's back, but still reeling from Thursday's early Black Friday extravaganza over at Chain Reaction Cycles.
Fortunately, he's so well versed in the language of deals, that even when he's dazed he can still sniff out the best deals going.
Speaking of which: Wiggle have slashed away half of the price of the NeilPryde Nazare 2015 road bike, JEJames Cycles have 58% off their softshell Specialized SL Pro Winter Jacket, and Hargroves are flogging their CatEye Volt light sets on the cheap too.
BMW were collaborators in the construction of the NeilPryde Nazare. They say makes it's the perfect racing bike, and at the measly price of £999 that's quite the bargain, if the claims are true.
The tubing is where the BMW influenced action happens, but the rest of the bike is fairly solid too. It runs on Shimano 105, sits on Shimano RS10 wheels, and feels rigid and stable, even when you're flying at high speeds.
Whether or not NeilPryde's audacious claims are true, this is one helluva bargain.
As you may have discovered this weekend, staying dry is far from the only thing you should be worrying about this winter.
If the last couple of winters are anything to go by, there are going to be loads of days when a waterproof jacket is overkill.
So, you'll need something that'll keep you warm, but remain breathable so that you're not suffocating in your own sweat.
This 3-layer softshell jacket from Specialized will see you right this winter. It's got a windstopper membrane, a warm inner layer, and a soft water resistant outer layer.
It'll see you right in almost anything the winter climate can throw at you, apart from serious rain storms - but there are other bits of kit for those.
It's getting darker and darker, so if you're planning on doing any riding at all this winter, it really is time to get some lights.
This set of CatEyes have not only received cracking reviews from us (note that actually we reviewed the slightly dimmer Volt 300), but they're also at a more than reasonable price over at Hargroves Cycles.
Have a read of the reviews below, they should make up your mind:
Much of your review might as well be writtten about your own review: I give it 6/10, and no, your style doesn't appeal to me.
Nissan Micra seized for parking on same Sheffield pavement twice in six months...
As per other comments, it's all out of sync with model years isn't it at the moment. Some bikes are still full price but still lots are discounted...
I rarely think about Trump and until this reply, haven't mentioned him. Are you sure you're not confused by reality again?...
Highway Code Rule 59 is unusual...
JRA Monitors are 25mm deep - how's that 'deep section'?
not least because it's a special edition - chromed mirrors and black wheels. There can only be a few hundred of those at most.
I'm not sure you fully understand ALARP. It's not about the cheapest method. It's about reducing risk as far as possible, until you get to a point...
She could buy a bike manufacturer and have the firm build her a series of different bikes to suit her mood.
Wot no Furry of the Mountain?