Alright, alright, alright, we're sorry for the pun-heavy headline. But Easter only comes around once a year, and if we didn't use up all of our egg-related puns this long weekend, when could we?
If we promise that the majority of the puns are now in the past, do you think we could interest you in some fantastic Easter weekend cycling deals directly from Boardman Bikes, Evans Cycles, and Cycle Surgery?
If you've found it in your hearts to forgive us for such criminally awful comedic activity, we've got a treat for you. Boardman are flogging their ranges of 2014/2015 bikes at a 30% discount, as well as their frames for a 40% discount, directly from their website.
On top of that, Evans have got an extra 20% off their range of already discounted cycling clothes, including two road.cc approved jerseys from Hoy Vulpine.
Finally, our friends over at Cycle Surgery have got a fantastic deal on a set of Lezyne lights - they're 43% off, and we gave the rear light an 8/10 when it came our way to be reviewed.
30% off Boardman's Air 9.2 2014/2015 Road Bike
WAS £2599.99 | NOW £1819.99
Did you know that you can get your hands on Boardman's massive range of road bikes - road bikes that we have consistently loved here at road.cc - directly from the men behind the bikes?
Well, you can. Boardman's Factory Outlet functionality on their website gives you the chance to buy directly from the manufacturers themselves, saving on all sorts of added costs that often get passed onto the customer when they buy from other shops.
Their range is substantial and cheap too, especially their non-current selection of bikes from last year and the year before.
The Air 9.2 which you can see pictured above is one of those bikes - this one's last year's model that's been replaced by the Elite Air 9.2 2016 model which we reviewed in January and gave a 9/10 to.
The carbon frame is a product of Boardman's state of the art AiR Aerodynamic Racing technology, which includes internal cable routing to keep the airflow consistent and the looks sharp.
The bike runs Shimano's 11-speed Ultegra groupset, Mavic Cosmic Elite rims, and Continental Ultra Racce tyres, so you'll be good to go right out of the box.
Check out this link for even more of Boardman's range of Factory Outlet bikes, we'll be checking back in over the next few days for even more bargains.
50% off Hoy Vulpine's Akita City Jersey
Women's Jersey | Men's Jersey
WAS £54.99 | NOW £27.49
From one British champion to another.
Sir Chris Hoy has been branching out into bike manufacturing over the last few years, but we're focusing on his collaboration with British clothing brand Vulpine today.
The brand looks to give everyone who rides bikes something classy to wear - from the urbanite who flies round busy city streets in short sharp bursts, to the audaxer who's planning to spend half the day in the saddle pottering through country lanes.
This jersey in particular is aimed at the former.
Currently on sale in both the men and women's cut, the Akita City jersey - as you'll discover if you read our glowing review below - is equally at home on the bike as it is off of it.
It's made from super-soft and stsretchy brushed jersey fabric, it's got anti-bacterial properties to help battle odours, and the flatlock stitching avoids itchy patches and keeps the stylish fabric consistently comfortable.
43% off Lezyne's Macro and Zecto Light Set
WAS £79.99 | NOW £45.00
Finally, Cycle Surgery's selection of bike lights is vast. It's almost overwhelming at times, but let us assure you, you'll struggle to find a better deal on a light set better than this over there.
Lezyne have some serious history here. The two lights that are featured in this light set have both come in for test at road.cc and both of them have performed extraordinarily well.
Check out both of the reviews below if you're still umm-ing and ahh-ing.
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.