The DealCatcher not only has three cracking cycling deals for you today, one of them is totally exclusive to you, our road.cc readers.
That exclusive deal comes in at the top of the list today; a buy-one-get-one-free offer from Science in Sport. All you've got to do is follow the link, make your choice of two 500g tubs of GO Energy mix, GO Electrolyte mix, or REGO Recovery Protein mix, pop the code '2X500TUB' into the coupon box, and you'll get your cheapest selection free.
After the excitement of the road.cc exclusive deal, you've got two more options of bargains. First up is a great deal on a Colnago AC-R road bike. Running a Shimano 105 groupset it's a hell of a bargain - actually, it's the cheapest we've ever seen it.
Finally, get your hands on a pair of 2016 Easton EA90 clincher wheels from Chain Reaction Cycles. We reviewed a very similar pair recently, so that should give you a good idea as to the quality you might be about to invest in.
That's right, another road.cc exclusive offer ready for you to take advantage of over at Science in Sport.
The code for this one, as you can see above, is '2X500TUB' and as you'd expect, it'll get you two 500g tubs for the price of one.
The range of 500g tubs features GO Energy drink mix in a number of flavours, GO Electrolyte mix - also in a number of different flavours - and REGO Rapid Recovery Protein mix - you guessed it, also available in different flavours.
Check out our range of SiS reviews for a little more info about each offer:
Back in 2013 our tech editor Dave Arthur took the AC-R for an extended spin which resulted in a very respectable 7/10 score.
Dave called the bike "fast and comfortable," adding that "it's an ideal bike everyone from new cyclists wanting a very sporty ride to more experienced riders wanting to make the leap to a carbon road bike."
Running a Shimano 105 groupset, the 2015 AC-R bears a number of similarities to its 2013 counterpart. It retains Colnago's in-house Artemis wheelset, which have been upgraded to the CW28 iteration, which are functional if a little on the heavy side, while the in house saddle's been replaced with Selle Italia's X1.
The 2015 bike is electronic groupset ready, too, so you can look ahead to upgrades galore in 2016, should you be that way inclined.
If like to show your bike a good time, you know, take it out on the town, give it a good spin, bash out a couple of vertical kilometers and leave nothing behind on the descents, these wheels could be everything you're looking for.
The fact that they bear a strong resemblance to the pair of EA90 XD cyclocross oriented Easton wheels we recently reviewed should give you some idea as to what these wheels can handle - that's a hell of a lot for those of you who are uninitiated when it comes to the wears and tears of cyclocross racing.
The wide 17.5mm inner rim will facilitate slightly bigger tyres if you're that way inclined, the slightly higher than usual number of spokes on front (20) and rear (24) wheels will keep the wheels feeling strong and stable too.
If you want a bit of an idea what to expect from these heavy duty, yet not hugely heavy (790g), wheels check out our review of the XDs below.