If cycling isn't your only sport of choice you might be a little down in the dumps today - if you're English at least. So the DealCatcher's gone looking for some bargains to brighten your day.
He thinks he's been reasonably successful too.
First up is a 42% discount on a stunningly aero Mavic jersey. Mavic say the CXR Ultimate Jersey is the "first aerodynamic cycling jersy desgned to increase your riding speed whilst providing total comfort." High praise.
The next deal comes to us from Crumpler and Wheelies. Wheelies have sliced an enormous 66% off of their asking price for the Free Wheeler Messenger Bag. You'll also be pleased to know we've reviewed it, and we liked what we saw.
Finally, Boardman's endurance Elite SLS 9.0 road bike is available at Hargroves Cycles at a smashing 32% discount.
What are you waiting for?
If you're after an aero jersey for some of your summer riding adventures, look no further than this number from Mavic.
As we stated earlier in this article, Mavic talk very highly of their CXR Ultimate Jersey - as you'd expect - but their praise and excitement isn't unfounded. Especially at this price.
The CXR Ultimate was developed in the wind tunnel, Mavic say it took 35 prototypes to strike this balance between aerodynamism and comfort
The jersey's CX Shell bonded membrane will save you 20W compared to a standard jersey - or 55 seconds per hour if you're traveling at 40km/h.
The back material is Coldblack, which is specifically designed to reflect heat and keep you nine degrees cooler than standard fabric.
All in all, it seems to be up there with the best performance summer jerseys on the market.
Whether you're a bike messenger or not, carrying things around when you're in the saddle is sometimes convenient and often essential.
Doing it in convenient style can often be difficult too.
Not with the Crumpler Free Wheeler. Our man Jo Burt called it "Good-looking, comfortable, [and] compartment-laden."
You can check out his full review below:
Finally, Boardman's Elite SLS 9.0 is a women's endurance road bike that focuses on speed and comfort.
The 'female-informed' racing geometry, shock absorbing seat stays, and one piece carbon bottom bracket and chainstays not only maximise power transfer, they offer an incredibly comfortable riding experience.
The bike is kitted out with Shimano's full 105 groupset, Mavic's Aksium wheelset, Continental Ultra Race tyres, and a Fizik Vesta saddle.
For just over £1200 you'll struggle to find better value in the women's road bike market.