Chain Reaction Cycles have infiltrated the DealCatcher defenses once again in the name of bicycle bargains and summer savings!
Today they're pushing their new round of savings in your general direction, highlighting the fact that they've also got an extra £10 off your order if you spend over £75. Which shouldn't be difficult.
The selection is huge. We've got Fuji frames, Giro d'Italia-themed jerseys, Garmin computers, Giro helmets, plus wheels, shoes, saddles, and tyres!
This is the very same frame that was part of the Fuji Transonic we took a close look at a while back.
Our tech editor David Arthur paid special attention to the frame in his review. He said the SST 1.1 frame "clearly has the presence of a bike designed for slicing through the aero cleanly, and saving you energy out on the road."
If you're looking for a race frame that's both comfortable and very quick, this is the badger.
It's pink season. The Giro d'Italia's just come to an end, the flowers are blossoming, and the sun's coming out. If there's ever a time to invest in a pink jersey now's the time.
Alternatively, the De Marchi jersey comes in blue and grey, and represents fantastic value since 53% of its RRP's been sliced off.
Check out our review of a slightly less summery jersey of theirs if you're after an idea on their build quality. Spoiler: it's great.
The second jersey of the day is the perfect springtime jersey, or for those of you in northern areas where even those summer mornings are chilly.
Adaptability is what you need in spring, and up north, and that's exactly where Skins' cycle Gorttardo Short Sleeve Jersey excels.
The jersey's moisture management wicking technology, which keeps you cool when the sun's beating down on your back, is only the beginning of the technical features in this jersey.
Carbon fibre underarm areas to reduce friction and battle bacteria-caused ouders, SKINfit anatomical design means it'll hug you in all the right places, and partial compression support in the arms wll help you keep complete control no matter how long you're sat in the drops.
The Garmin 500 should be your got-to do-it-all bike computer. Not only is it fantastically cheap, it'll give you all the speed and distance data alongside you need, plus gradient, total ascent/descent, lap times and averages, speed, cadence and heart rate data.
Our man Dave Atkinson reviewed it and loved it. Check out what he had to say below:
We often find ourselves with bargain performance helmets in the DealCatcher which can often be as ugly as they are great value.
Today though, we've got arguably Giro's best looking helmet for you.
The Aspect is designed for urban cyclists looking for a lid that's not fluorescent, or doesn't look like some kind of extraterrestrial hive.
As it's not totally performance focussed the helmet has plenty of function and comfort features we're not used to seeing.
Check out the heathered webbing, removable soft visor, and ultrasuede - yes ULTRAsuede - padding on the chinstrap. Yep, sounds comfy.
Unfortunately we're without an Accelero wheel review here to give you the complete idea about what your money saving antics will get you here. However, we have had a very close look at 3T's Discus wheelset which performed fantastically on review - rolling away with an 8/10.
These carbon Accelero wheels come with a significantly lower price tag than the Discus wheelset and offer a fantastically comfortable roll, aero performance, and dependable strength - apparently.
If you're looking to upgrade those god-awful wheels that your new road bike came with, or you're after a pair of training wheels, this deal could sort you out with a new pair of rims to play with.
The Vision Team 25s weigh in at under 2kg for the pair, so they're not disastrously heavy, and the 25mm-deep alloy rims should give you a slight aero boost.
If you want a bit more advice on upgrading your wheels, check out our buyer's guide below.
If you're looking to get your feet into your first pair of clipless-compatible shoes, look no further.
The Phantoms are Diadora's entry level pair of road shoes, so they'll make a fantastic first pair for you to find your balance on.
They're comfortable, and offer a great fit thanks to the moulded heel cup, while the reinforced composite sole offers decent rigidity and power transfer.
Bare with us, this isn't simple. The Fizik Volta is the result of four years of saddle development at Fizik.
You can read all about their design reasonings in our coverage of the saddle's launch below, but what you need to know is this:
The Volta is a classically-styled saddle that Fizik have researched thoroughly, the result of which is the conclusion that this saddle will look fantastic on performance road bikes, is light and stiff enough to out perform its competitors, and is brilliantly comfortable to boot.
Cycling's not just about practicality, it's also about style, which is why Continental's Ultra Sport range of tyres are such fantastic sellers - they tick both boxes.
With the choice of four colours - which has unfortunately been reduced to two since Chain Reaction have sold out of red and blue - you can get a pair of fantastic tyres that match your bike's paint job.