The road.cc DealCatcher's been busy again today. Trips to Evans Cycles, Decathlon, and Chain Reaction Cycles have been fruitful, especially if you're in the market for women's jerseys, bargain bib shorts, and wheelsets.
Evans Cycles arguably have the best deal of the day in the form of the 60% discount that's been attributed to their range of Louis Garneau Course Windpro Women's Jerseys.
The guys at Decathlon have the perfect trans-season pair of bib shorts at a stunning 44% discount. Their BTwin Aerofit 700 3/4 length shorts will see you right in both cold and mild conditions.
Finally, Chain Reaction Cycles have a great deal on a set of Vision Team 25 Road wheels. They're a great pair of wheels for training, winter commuting, or as a first upgrade to a first road bike.
First up is the Louis Garneau Course Windpro Women's Jersey. Perfect for the transition between deep winter and spring, the Windpro will keep you protected from chilly breezes without going over the top on the insulation.
The Windpro balances it's biting wind protection, and breathability fantastically, so you should be comfortable riding in it from now until May time, when hopefully summer'll start to rear its head.
Louis Garneau have a good record in our review department. While we haven't reviewed the Windpro Women's Jersey, we took a look at it's Course family sibling in the men's Course Superleggera Jersey, which performed very well.
Check out that review below.
BTwin have recognised that at the moment, with the completely unpredictable nature of the weather we're having, you're going to need kit that performs in a number of different environmental situations.
This massive discount on the highly adaptable BTwin 700 Aerofit 3/4 Bib Shorts represents exactly that foresight.
Our man Shaun Audane reviewed the 700 Bib shorts, and said that he was inclined to agree with BTwin's claim that the shorts are "perfect for long and intensive road cycling."
Now, you can read Shaun's review below, but remember between now and summer your rides are likely to be less than comfortable, and 3/4 length bib shorts might be the perfect solution to a number of your potential problems.
Finally, maybe it's time to upgrade the wheels that came with your first road bike, the one you got for Christmas. Perhaps you're after another pair of winter training wheels, you know, a pair that are resiliant and won't break the bank.
These could be the wheels for you.
At under 2kg for the pair, they're not heavy, and the 25mm deep alloy rims will give you a nice little aerodynamic boost over most budget wheelsets.