The 'deal'iciousness doesn't stop here at road.cc. The DealCatcher's back again with some more spectacular savings on top quality bike bits for you.
Today's selection features Specialized's Allez E5 Sport 2016 Road Bike which has seen a quarter of its asking price sliced away over at Hargroves.
Following the Allez we've got Shimano's road.cc rated 8/10 RP5 Road Shoes at a 27% discount over at Evans Cycles.
And finally, Cycle Surgery are offering Gore Bike Wear's Oxygen Jersey with a rather tasty 45% off for one day only.
If it's made our list of the best bikes money can buy - between the prices of £500 and £750 - you know it's gunna be good.
And that's exactly what Specialized's Allez E5 Sport has done.
Our tech editor Dave Arthur has included it in his 2016 list of the best bargain road bikes for a few reasons. He says the the Allez "would make an ideal weekday commuter" and the E5 Premium aluminium frame and Specialized Espoir Sport tyres and excellent Shimano Sora groupset means it'll handle Sunday morning leisure rides just as comfortably.
A road.cc 8/10 is high praise, as far as we're concerned; and high praise is exactly what the the Shimano RP5 shoes received when they came in for test.
They're built for endurance events, according to Shimano, which indicates they'll be comfortable, and they look the part too - the synthetic leather upper giving the shoes a polished look.
Our man Jez Ash thoroughly recommended these shoes when he filed his review of them earlier this year.
He called them"very comfortable and smart-looking road shoes for a decent price."
Well, Jez, the price of these shoes just got even more decent. What do you have to say about that?
Finally, we've got a stunningly priced summer jersey that's only available at this price for one more day.
Cycle Surgery's sale is due to end today, so if you're after a top quality windstopper summer jersey, you better hurry.
There's no denying the quality of Gore Bike Wear's Oxygen line. We've already reviewed the Oxygen jacket here at road.cc and it jacketed away with a stunning 9/10.
While we haven't got our mitts on the jersey yet, from what we've read it's got the same caliber of design features as its shell layer counterpart.
The jersey's lightweight mix of materials will keep you cool and fresh, while windstopper inserts will give you a bit of protection should the weather turn while you're on your ride - as it probably will, we're in the UK after all.