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Ribble has joined forces once again with the road.cc DealCatcher to bring you some stellar savings!

In case you hadn't heard, Ribble Cycles are back on road.cc with some more incredible cycling deals. What's more, they're exclusive to road.cc readers!

We're fairly sure at this point if we were standing in front of you explaining things you'd be itching to push us out of the way so that you could sink your teeth into the deals.

But you're not, so we'll waffle on for a little longer.

The deals are as follows: Time's excellent Xpresso 4 pedals are available at a 29% discount; Look's Keo Blade 2 pedals get some 40% discount treatment; ITM's Aries Superlight Carbon Handlebars have seen a 41% discount; and all of the locks that you can find on Ribble Cycles' website can be yours for an extra 10% off their listed price.

The catch is, you've got to use the correct code for the correct product. Fortunately for you guys, we've listed the relevant code with each product.

No need to thank us.

 

29% off Time's Xpresso 4 Pedals
WITH CODE 'ROADCC-XPRESSO'
WAS £59.99 | NOW £42.99

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First up are Time's impressive Xpresso 4 pedals. They've received an added road.cc saving of 10.4%, which is free money as far as you're concerned if you were in the market for a new pair of pedals anyway.

If you weren't in the market for a new pair of pedals but you think you could be swayed, here's what we know about the Xpresso 4s and our most recent Time Xpresso review of their 15 pedals below.

The Xpresso 4s look to make clipping in and out easy with a system that enables the engagement mechanism to pre-open automatically; the steel axle and composite body allow the package to stay as light as 224g for the pair, and the oversized pedal platform (700mm2) will do wonders for your power transfer and comfort.

- Read more: road.cc's Time Xpresso 15 pedals review

 

40% off Look's Keo Blade 2 Pedals
WITH CODE 'ROADCC-KEO'
WAS £139.99 | NOW £84.98

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Look's confusing naming strategy can sail over the heads of even the most up-to-date cyclist, but fortunately the quality within the French manufacturers pedals doesn't.

The Look Keo Blade 2 pedals weigh in at 288g for the pair, can be customised with three different clipping in resistance options, and have some serious aero features going on.

The integrated carbon blade spring allows for quick and secure clipping and unclipping while maintaining the pedals' aerodynamic integrity, while the whole outfit completely integrates all the bells and whistles into a sleep aerodynamic carbon shell.

- Read more: road.cc's Look Keo 2 Max Blade review

 

35% off ITM's Aries Superlight Full Carbon Bars
WITH CODE 'ROADCC-SUPERLIGHT'
WAS £214.99 | NOW £139.99

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The biggest saving and the biggest exclusive discount of the day (18.6%) comes in the shape of ITM's Aries Superlight Full Carbon Handlebars.

We've not reviewed this specific pair of bars, but we have reviewed a pair of ITM bars as recently as April. They - the X-One Carbon Handlebars - performed incredibly, receiving a road.cc 9/10, so we know ITM have the chops for quality handlebars.

These bars weigh in at 198g, use special EPS technology to perfectly distribute the carbon fibres and resin to make a completely strong and secure product, and absorb shocks fantastically.

- Read more: road.cc's ITM X-One Carbon Handlebar review

 

10% EXTRA off all Ribble Cycles Locks
WITH CODE 'ROADCC-LOCKS10'

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If you're after a new lock to secure your bike you've come to the right place.

If you use a combination of our bike lock guide below and Ribble's full list of massively discounted bike locks, you're sure to come up with a winner!

- Read more: road.cc's Best Bike Locks guide

 

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.