The DealCatcher's been over to Cycle Store today to check out their wares. Amongst those wares are some pretty spectacular bargains, including a 70% discount on some slightly out of season jackets.
Those slightly out of season - and thus fantastically discounted - jackets are Altura's Raceline range of water repellent and windproof jackets which we reviewed very positively here at road.cc - check that review out below.
CatEye's Stealth Evo cycling computer follows, another product we reviewed positively here at road.cc. Over at Cycle Store it's seen a 30% price drop.
Following that we've got a 63% discounted pair of Specialized gloves, 40% off Specialized's fantastic S-works Prevail Helmet, and a pair of Tifosi Lore sunglasses at a 44% discount.
As far as the road.cc review of the Altura Raceline jacket went, the only question mark we really had over it was the price tag.
With Cycle Store having completely blown that stumbling block out of the way, what's stopping you from adding this totally windproof cool weather jacket to your wardrobe?
If you get a bit toasty, which would be understandable should you decide to use this jacket to keep out biting early morning breezes before somewhat warmer afternoons, it does a good job at wicking away sweat.
That said, this jacket will really come into its own later in the year, so this isn't so much an investment for the next few months as it is for the few months after.
We reviewed the Stealth back in 2014, before this upgraded version hit the market. Now you can measure your maximum and average power outputs, your heart rate and cadence measurements, and your power balance with the device.
Even before the introduction of the features above, our man Steve Worland, had plenty of positive things to say about the device. It's fair to say in its current incarnation, and at its current price the Stealth would score even better than the 7/10 it received from Steve.
There's something incredibly classy about leather cycling gloves. A long way from the occasionally tacky feel of lycra and synthetic materials, Specialized have bagged a good looking leather winner here, especially at this discounted price.
Of course, if you've been wood by a more expensive pair in the past, like the Rapha Grand Tour Gloves - the review of which you can read below - these are a fantastic alternative at a tiny fraction of the price.
If you're looking to upgrade your helmet game to professional levels, look no further.
We reviewed the Specialized Prevail S-Works helmet back in 2012, and our tech editor David Arthur loved it.
It walked away with an 8/10, and David called it "Specialized's best ever helmet," and a "seriously light, well ventilated, and comfortable helmet with easy adjustment."
Sure, we started off this DealCatcher on a wintry note, but we're certainly ending it with an eye or two on the incoming days of sunshine!
Tifosi's Lore sunglasses are super lightweight and incredibly durable, and thanks to their framelessness won't suffer from the same problems that their similarly priced Tifosi Dolomite brothers suffered from when we reviewed them last year.
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.