It's that time again. Whip out your wallets if you're looking for a deal and tuck into the selection that the DealCatcher has conjured up for you.
Today we've got a cracking 1/3rd off of the Cube Axail women's bike from the deal doctors over at Cycle Surgery.
That tasty treat is followed by a stunning deal on a long sleeve jersey that we absolutely adore here at road.cc. Evans Cycles are running a brand-wide 20% discount on their range of FWE bits and bobs. The highlight being the FWE LTR Long Sleeve Jersey which we gave 9/10 when we reviewed it.
Finally look no further than the Altura Night Vision City Overshoe for your cold feet needs, as the folks over at Leisure Lakes are currently selling them at a 42.5% discount.
If you're after an entry level women's bike for yourself, your daughter, your significant other, or a friend who's oohing and ahhing about joining this crazy club, look no further than the Cube Axial on sale at Cycle Surgery right now.
Running Shimano's entry level groupset and an Alex Race 28 wheelset, all together on an Aluminium Superlite frame with internal cable routing, this is quite a steal at under £400.
The Cube Axail made an appearance in our round up of great road bikes for under £1000. The write-up there talks about the version which runs Shimano's slightly improved 105 groupset. But what you're missing out on in performance you're more than making up for in price here.
Evans Cycles are currently running a massive deal on their range of FWE cycle clothing. It's an across-the-board 20% discount which covers a large range of their fantastic gear.
If you follow this link you'll find your way to their entire range of FWE kit, but if you're looking for a real bargain, look no further than the LTR Long Sleeve Jersey pictured and linked above.
Our wise and hugely experienced reviewer Stuart Kerton gave the jersey a 9/10 and he reviewed it. He said the LTR had " Boutique-brand looks with a quality feel, topped off with an exceptional price tag."
That exceptional price just got even more exceptional too.
Finally, in case you missed it, it rained a lot this weekend. That was pretty clear in our #mycyclingweekend round-up.
If you went out with dry warm toes but came back with frozen nubs instead, let us tell you, that's not the only way.
Overshoes are a fantastically cheap way of keeping your toes warm if you're not in the market for a winter pair of cycling shoes.
This pair from Altura will not only keep your feet warm and dry, they'll also keep you visible. Covered in reflective features and providing protection from wind and water, these overshoes should fit all but the most obscurely shaped cycling shoes.