Get your hands on Gore Bike Wear's striking range of Element X-Road jerseys at a 41% discount in today's DealCatcher alongside some slamming deals from Science in Sport and Wheelies.
The first deal, though, comes to us from the folks over at Cycle Surgery. Gore Bike Wear's Element X-Road Jersey comes in three good-looking designs, and at £35 it's quite the bargain.
Following that, Wheelies have Ridgeback's Flight 04 Road Bike for under £600, a 37% discount. We reviewed the 2009 version of the flat bar road bike, and really liked what we saw. Have a little scroll down to learn more about both incarnations of the bike and the fantastic deal you've got infront of you.
Finally Science in Sport are still running their 12 free GO Energy gels offer, they've also got 37% off their fantastic Whey20 protein gels. Those protein gels are perfect for recovery and mass building - whether you're chasing those personal best times and Strava segments, or you're really putting in the training hours ahead of a big summer ride.
Gore's range of jerseys are always technical and fashionable, they're usually a whole lot more expensive than this, too!
The Element X-Road Jersey you have before you here is one of three designs available at Cycle Surgery right now.
The 100% polyester jersey's classic close-fit collar, full length semi-lock zip, elastic hem, reflective details, and slim fit style add up to a great jersey.
Gore Bike Wear have history here at road.cc for performing well on review - we reviewed their current season-inappropriate Power Thermo jersey a few years back - it got a solid 8/10.
This Ridgeback here could be your new best friend, especially if you're after a quick, fun, low maintenance option for inner-city riding.
Set up with Shimano's 8-Speed Alfine Hub, the Ridgeback is the ultimate no hassle riding machine.
If you're after a bike that'll get you to and from the office, up and down town, to the shops and back, then this no nonsense machine is for you.
Shimano's M395 hydraullic disc brakes'll keep your stopping distances right down, reliably, and Continental's CX Speed 35mm tyres will keep you upright, even in the wet.
We reviewed the Flight 04 in its 2009 incarnation and we really liked it. Check out our review here for a little more information about the range:
What's the best way to start your end-of-ride routine? A lot of people'll tell you to jump in an ice bath, others will advice you to devour a plate of pasta to get your energy levels back up, the nutrition experts over at Science in Sport, on the other hand, advise you to pop one of their Whey20 Protein Gels into your body.
We reviewed these gels back in April. Our man James Whateley liked them for their convenience and expedience.
Check out his review below - and if you're put off adding protein to your post ride routine because of the hassle of protein shakers, and powder, and water, and mess, and washing up, then these could be the perfect option for you.
In regards to the free energy gel deal all you have to do is head over to their website by following the link above. Fill in the form they've got for you, and wait patiently for an email.
Now, you may have to wait a while before the code is sent your way, but once it has been, all you've got to do is whack the gels into your basket, go to the checkout, pop the coupon code into the appropriate coupon code box, and 12 free energy gels will be on their way to you.
The only catch is this: you'll have to pay for delivery if the items in your basket don't add up to £10, which they won't if the only thing you've put in there are these gels.
So, if you want to avoid paying around £4 in delivery, just pop the Whey20 gel deal above into your basket and you're onto a winner.