It's not quite over. We thought it'd be cut and dried, but the Brexit is rolling on, and thanks to the DealCatcher you can get your feet involved in all the political chatter - especially cheerily if you were a 'Leave' voter.
The DealCatcher's got a lot of other cycling bits for you today, and you'll be pleased to know that they're significantly less politically tongue-in-cheek.
First up is a Bell helmet with a clip-in-able visor, down 50% in price over at Ribble.
Then there's the Orbea Orca M-Ltd road bike which has seen a 29% discount over at Cycle Surgery.
And finally we've got a Quad Lock phone mount system available for 11% less than usual over at Evans Cycles.
It's all most of us can talk about at the moment - so why not let your feet do the talking.
If you voted leave, or you're a big fan of the independence movements, these socks are for you.
Alternatively, if you're just really patriotic, or you like the patterns, you might also find use for these fantastic bits of footwear.
They're more than just pretty/provocative designs, these are Endura Coolmax socks. They tend to perform well in review here at road.cc. Hell most Coolmax-infused socks perform well, just like the Prendas ones below.
When we reviewed the Bell Star Pro Shield we found it to be excellently comfortable. There was an issue with the older model's ventilation, but the company seem to have amended that problem in the 2015 model here.
The Star Pro Shield also features a removable tinted Zeiss Shield visor to protect your eyes from spray and UV rays, plus it'll make you look a little like a super hero.
Back in 2014 we reviewed this Orca's little brother, the B M10. We really liked that incarnation - and you can read more about it directly below this paragraph - but what you've got here is an entirely different beast. And by calling it 'beast' we mean 'beast' - this thing is a monstrously well equipped road bike.
A full Shimano Dura-Ace 9000 groupset, Vision's Metron 40 carbon clincher wheelset, Vittoria Open Corsa tyres, FSA K-Force handlebars, a Prologo Scratch 2 Tirox saddle, and Orca's carbon OMR, internal cable routed frame makes this bike a sight to behold.
And a dream to ride, we imagine.
We're going to start with an apology here. If you're an android user or you're a fan of bigger or smaller iPhone models, this deal's not for you.
Who it's for is the large number of iPhone 6 users out there who want an "excellent kit for mounting your phone like a dedicated GPS unit."
That quote came from our man Dave Atkinson's review of the Quad Lock, which you can read below.
He gave it 9/10 - which means it's bloody fantastic.
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.