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Take a closer look at the Chain Reaction Cycles sale with the DealCatcher!

Roll up to the Chain Reaction Cycles DealCatcher Takeover! We've got fantastic cycling discounts on lights, clothing, bikes, backpacks and sunglasses to see you through these summer months and on into the cooler rainy days to come!

First up are Lezyne's Power Drive front light, Vaude's Path 18 backpack, and NorthWave's Zeus sunglasses.

We take a quick break from the bike bits to admire Vitus's Vitesse 2016 road bike, before plunging back into some clothing deals; specifically Craft's Storm jersey, and Endura's Photon waterproof jacket.

 

50% off Lezyne's Power Drive Y8 Front Light
WAS £94.99 | NOW £47.49

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Decent bike light's aren't usually cheap. In order to get your hands on a decent light that'll see you safely to and from your place of work and work in lightless rural locations, you'll often end up shelling out three figures.

Lezyne's Power Drive is one of those lights. Usually priced at £95, the Power Drive XL comfortably manage subrurban and urban riding.

Our man Shaune Audane reviewed it and said just that.

This one over at Chain Reaction's seen a sizable discount. So if you're looking to upgrade your cockpit, here's the offer for you.

- Read more: road.cc's Lezyne Power Drive review

 

33% off Vaude's Path 18 Backpack
WAS £89.99 | NOW £59.99

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Bike backpacks have to carry all sorts. They've got to be convenient, lightweight, and weatherproof too.

We've written entire features on the things that you should be looking for in a biking backpack depending on the type of riding you'll be doing. This Vaude, for example, suits those of you who are looking to undertake longer journeys in the saddle.

The Path 18 contains space for 18 litres of fluid, and the capability to include a delivery system. It's got a helmet holder, compression straps, padded hip wings for added comfort, a safety light attachment, and reflective elements.

- Read more: road.cc's 10 best cycling rucksacks

 

20% off Northwave's Zeus Sunglasses
WAS £84.99 | NOW £67.99

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Northwave's Zeus Sunglasses aren't just great at repelling those damaging rays of sunlight, they'll keep the water away too.

The Zeus's water repellent lenses make this set of sunglasses perfect for summer riding as well as autumn and winter riding too.

- Read more: road.cc's 18 best cycling sunglasses

 

32% off Vitus Bikes's Vitesse Evo 2016 Road Bike
£1899.99 | NOW £1299.99

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We took Vitus's Vitesse out for a spin back in 2013. Sure, it was a little different back then, but a lot of the features remain, so we reckon we still hold some authority when it comes to discussing the bike.

Back then our man Stu Kerton called it a "high performance, good looking, lightweight race machine."

 He did say that it was let down slightly by average brakes.

You'll be pleased to know, then, that the 2016 edition of the Vitesse is running Shimano's very highly rated Ultegra 6800 brake set, alongside a mixture of Ultegra and 105 components.

- Read more: road.cc's Vitus Vitesse review

 

40% off Craft's Storm Jersey
WAS £90.00 | NOW £53.99

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Our final two items may seem a little unseasonal, but as we've discussed many times on the DealCatcher, unseasonal items often hide the best bargains.

Craft's Storm jersey is rather bizarrely designed for gentle cool weather conditions.

Whether you're looking ahead to a breezy autumn or a full on stormy October/November, adding a slightly more insulating jersey to your wardrobe isn't a bad idea.

 

57% off Endura's Photon Waterproof Jacket
WAS £69.99 | NOW £29.99

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Finally, rain.

It's going to rain. It's going to rain a lot more.

So, when you spot a top quality brand like Endura flogging their stuff at 57% discounts, you really aught to pay attention.

After all, Endura are part of a very select batch of brands that have secured a road.cc 10/10, especially in the waterproof jacket department - check out its review below:

- Read more: road.cc's Endura FS260-Pro SL Shell review

 

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.