The DealCatcher's been hanging out with the friendly folks over at French sport retail giant Decathlon today, and he's come back with deals coming out of his ears.
That's right, we've got the cheapest bike bits on the market for you guys, including tools, jerseys, bike racks, wheels, tyres, saddles, track pumps, workstands, and shoes.
So, without further ado, let's plunge into our deep Decathlon deal pools!
Mavic's baseline level aero wheels have just become even more accessible to riders looking for a taste of aerodynamism without breaking the bank.
Mavic's much loved Ksyrium road wheels are where the Cosmic wheelset gets most of its inspiration - these essentially share the same material base as entry level Ksyrium wheels, just with big aero flavourings.
Michelin's Pro4 Service Course tyres are the perfect summer riding tyres. They're grippy, durable, plus they've got a fast and consistent roll.
We should know, we reviewed them back in 2013, and our tech editor Dave Arthur called these pro level road tyres "surprisingly comfortable," and "confidence inspiring."
Selle Italia's range of Gel Flow have a range of different riders covered.
If you're expecting long days in the saddle there's the Max Flite saddle, which we reviewed here at road.cc.
If you're after comfort though, the C2 is for you.
It's the silicone gel that helps, and the C2 has plenty of it cased in breathable full grain leather for added comfort.
With the Giro on the horizon, now's as good'a time as any to throw of those rule-based shackles and embrace your Full Kit W****r-dome.
You can currently get a full FDJ kit for £100 over at Decathlon, this is the current kit which the French team will be wearing at the Giro later this week.
Of course, if you're totally against wearing team colours, you can get the same unbranded aerofit kit for a penny less, here.
Shimano launched their new Road Performance shoe range in July last year. We covered the launch, in which the RP3s featured, and picked up on some of the stand-out features of the set.
The RP3s are comfortable, high performance road shes with a ratchet strap and Dynalast sole and toe spring technology for perfect fit adjustment and consistent power transfer.
We've never reviewed an SKS floor pump lower than an 8/10. They're quality, consistently.
So, when you've got the chance to get your hands on one at a 40% discount, you shouldn't hesitate; it'll sort your pump problems out for years.
The Rennkompressor features an accurate analogue gauge, a 1.25m long hose, and inflates to a pressure of 16 bar.
If you've still got some spring bike cleaning to do, or you fancy fettling and switching up some of your bike's components, you'd be making your life considerably easier by investing in a work stand.
We reviewed this particular stand last year and discovered that it's perfect for travelling or those who live in smaller flats as it packs down into an unbelievably small and light unit.
If you're looking to update your toolkit, look no further than the ridiculously densly packed M&V Bisiness Relati Super B 97900 Pro Tool Set.
This 37 piece set has everything you could need to fettle, play with, and replace bits of your road, hybrid or mountain bike.
And finally, how's your summer holiday planning going? Have you considered going away with the bikes?
This Thule Sweden bike rack will make any sort of bike travelling plan considerably easier.
We reviewed the EuroClassic G6 rack back in 2013 and loved it. Check out the review below: