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Last minute Science in Sport sale & voucher + a bargain pair of bib tights, 30% off a Giant Defy 3, and overshoes

Seeing as the rain is holding off, here are a few deals that'll keep you warm in the drier conditions over the next few weeks - including a 13-hour Science in Sport flash sale!

On top of the three smashing deals that the DealCatcher has for you today, he's also spotted a flash sale over at Science in Sport. The deals end at midnight tonight and the stock on offer is limited, so hurry!

Leading the way on the other deals is a road.cc special third-off of this year's Giant Defy Advanced 3 from the guys over at BuyaBike.

Following that there's 20% off a superb pair of bib tights from Castelli, and an unbelievably cheap pair of overshoes from Decathlon to finish us off.

 

Science in Sport

An extra 20% off of clearance items with code CL20

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You better be quick with this one. Not only do you have very limited time, there's very limited stock too - according to the guys over at Science in Sport.

The sale covers a bunch of their best selling clearance items. So, here's your chance to fill any gaps in your nutrition cupboard.

There are six categories of product on sale here: bars of the protein and energy variety, a mixed gel bundle,  two flavours of 500g tubs of energy drink mix, two 18-packs of 50g energy sachets,  two 18-packs of 40g electrolyte sachets, and a 500g tub of carb loading drink.

 

 

BuyaBike

30% off Giant Defy Advanced 3 2015 Road Bike
WAS £1199.00 | NOW £850.00

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The Giant Defy Advanced will bring comfort, performance, and reliability to your bike rides in a way few sub-£1000 bikes can.

Obviously, it's the road.cc special discount from BuyaBike that puts the Defy 3 into this price category, but that's no reason to overlook its value.

For your money you'll be getting a Shimano Tiagra-fitted road bike, TRP Spyre mechanical disc brakes, all hung on a fantastic entry-level carbon composite frame with beautifully comfortable geometry for those all-day rides.

 

Chain Reaction Cycles

20% off Castelli Sorpasso Bib Tights
WAS £140.00 | NOW £111.49

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It's getting cold, we've established that.

If you want to be comfortable, not only on your bike, but in your day-to-day life over the next few months, you're going to need to protect your knees from the cold.

You've got a couple of options, but a number of us here at road.cc prefer bib tights to knee warmers.

We reviewed the extra thermal wind stopping Sorpasso bib tights in February last year. Our reviewer Stu Kerton's major reservation was the bib tight's lack of tummy protection.

These don't appear to suffer from the same restrictions. Snap 'em up if you're feeling chilly.

- Read more: Castelli Sorpasso Wind bib tights review

 

Decathlon

69% off B'Twin Lycra Cycling Overshoes
WAS £12.99 | NOW £3.99

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Here are another option if you're feeling chilly at the moment.

We've covered significantly more expensive overshoes over the last couple of weeks in our DealCatcher articles. Sure, they offer some heavy-duty protection for when the weather gets really really miserable, but they're always more expensive than these Lycra overshoes from B'Twin.

For just under £4, you're getting an extra layer of wind and splatter protection, plus an extra layer of insulation.

So, here you go, cut down on your washing time and your toe defrosting time for £3.99. No brainer, right?

 

 

 

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.