Bikes, bikes, bikes, that's why you're all here, isn't it? You like bikes.
Well, the DealCatcher likes bikes too - especially massively discounted bikes - which is why he's got one and a half for you in today's deal round-up.
'One and a half bikes?' You ask. Yep, one full bike - a Scott Addict from Hargroves Cycles for 41% less than RRP - and half a bike, kinda' - a Cannondale Synapse Hi Mod Disc Frame at a 61% discount from Evans Cycles.
Rounding off today's DealCatcher is a cracking deal on a handy little button rear light from CatEye. A 52% discount means you can get your hands on this incredibly useful number, that packs a surprising punch, for just £5.99.
Are you weighing up an upgrade? Looking for a little bit of a carbon fix, or perhaps something pretty to hang your Shimano Di2 groupset?
The Cannondale Synapse Disc is one of our top picks last year. Our tech editor David Arthur took to reviewing it back in June 2015; the bike rolled away with a massive road.cc 9/10.
Check out the review below, but here's what he had to say about the frame:
"Where the Synapse really succeeds is in balancing the frame and fork stiffness demanded by a cyclist who likes to ride everywhere as fast as possible and stomp up hills, with the comfort and compliance that ensures it is a bike that will satisfy those cyclists wanting a comfortable bike for any adventure you might have planned."
The second carbon frame of the round-up, but the first one that comes as an actual functioning bike.
For this reduced price you'll be getting your hands on a Shimano 105 groupset, a sleek looking superlight Addict HMF carbon frame, and Shimano WH RS11-A wheels.
The ride is quick and nippy and will see you off to a good start if you're exploring the idea of giving racing a go this season.
Finally, Cateye's lights usually do very well here at road.cc. We're also big fans of button lights, having seen Lezyne's and Knog's entries into this catagory walk away with top marks from our review deprtment.
We've got recent experience reviewing rear lights from Cateye. Their Rapid X3 walked away with four stars - you can read that review below - and we expect the Nima to do a good job too.
For under £6 the investment isn't much in the way of a risk, but it is fantastic value, and a great option for last resort dark commutes.