The Tour de France is on the horizon, and if you're fully against wearing team jerseys or pulling on a winner's jersey without having 'earned it,' but you really want to get into the spirit of things, we may have the perfect deal for you!
Our first deal of the day comes to you from Merlin Cycles. A pair of Jawbreakers - Oakley's spiritual successor to the groundbreaking Greg Lemond-pioneered Eyeshade Spectrum glasses from the 1980s - are available at a massive 37% discount.
What's more, they bear the Tour de France logo in the bottom left hand corner of the lense - which is great if you're into that sort of thing.
Second up is a Castelli jersey that's perfect for summer climbs up Alps in the south of France or the north of Italy. If you're planning a holiday this summer, or you're just planning on getting out in the British heat, when it's hot, then this jersey - which has seen a 35% discount - could be right up your street.
Finally, Radial Cycles have a 25% discount on their Shimano 105 totting Radial Revere 1.1 road bike. We took a look at their SRAM Apex version of the Revere 1.1 and we liked what we saw. We also really really like Shimano's 105 groupset, so as far as we're concerned this deal is a winner.
Oakley Jawbreakers are a mainstay of the professional peloton, they've been shielding champion's eyes for years - and now they could offer you their services for a significantly reduced price.
We reviewed the Jawbreaker Prisms back in November, and our tech editor Dave Arthur really liked what he saw.
He said that the larger lens provided a less obstructed field of vision than most other cycling glasses, while also offering sensational clarity and UV protection.
You can read more about his experience with the Oakleys below:
Summer climbs can be a sticky affair if you're not dressed in appropriate clothing.
As the name suggests, the Castelli Cimber's 2.0 Jersey is designed for climbers, specifically for those who like to climb in hot conditions.
The jersey's Strada Pro 3D fabric provides UPF 16 protection from harmful UV rays, weighs an incredibly light 75g per square metre, and has mesh arm grippers to avoid uncomfortable sweaty chaffing.
Castelli claim that in the performance stakes this jersey posted the same wattage scores as their Aero Race 5.0 jersey, which we reviewed incredibly positively - giving it an 8/10 on review in 2014.
If you're a relatively new cyclist looking to up your game this summer, getting your hands on a reasonably priced carbon bike running something like Shimano's 105 groupset could be a very good idea - especially if those Strava KoMs still feel out of your reach.
Radial have a few options in the well-priced carbon market, their Revere range being one that we've had a look at - and one we very much like the look of.
We took a look at their SRAM Apex version last year, here's what we thought:
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