If you can't find some great cycling deals hiding away on the world's biggest online bike shop, we doubt you'll find them anywhere. Fortunately, you don't even have to go looking today because Chain Reaction Cycles have taken over the DealCatcher and are bringing the deals straight to you!
Seven cycling deals grace the DealCatcher today in the shape from Northwave's Mamba jersey, turbo trainers from Kinetic and Minoura, lights from Topeak, Lezyne, and Exposure, plus a Vitus Razor road bike.
The discounts range from 33% off to a massive 71% off - so what are you waiting for? Tuck in!
When it's hot out you want to be comfortable, which is where the Northwave Mamba comes in.
The jersey's made out of 100% polyester, features mesh panels on the back and side, and is super lightweight, making it perfectly suited to warmer rides.
Northwave has a good history in our review department with its selection of jerseys. A number of which, like the Sonic jersey featured below, rolled away with 8/10 ratings.
Turbo trainer season is almost upon us. Those of you who've spent the year looking forward to a bit more roller action - especially with the growing options of virtual living room environments to keep you entertained - will be keen to get back to it.
Those of you who've never tried it, now's as good of a time as any to get up to speed.
Below is our Buyer's Guide to turbo trainers which has plenty of info on what to look for.
But before then, a little info on the turbo frame above.
It should be noted that this is Kinetic's Rock and Roll Frame - not a full ready to roll turbo trainer - but the price is exceptional for what you're getting. The whole set-up received an 8/10 from our main man Dave Atkinson when he reviewed it.
From a frame to a fully functional turbo trainer bundle. Minoura's B60-R Bundle offers a sturdy frame and decent resistance levels for a great price.
We've reviewed a Minoura training system before, and it performed very well.
Check it out below:
It may seem a little early to be saying this - but winter is coming.
Well, darker evenings are - sooner than you might think.
September sees the return of autumn, and also the return of the road.cc light comparison tool.
While that's on its way, you can use last year's to help you out on everything you need to know about bike lights.
This Topeak Whitelite has a two watt LED and a Li-ion battery that fits on top of your bike stem. Perfect for countryside use with its powerful wide beam.
On a significantly more affordable end of the spectrum, Lezyne's Hecto Drive offers an excellently adaptable USB charging rear light.
Check out our review of the full set below - don't be deterred by the score, the review actually speaks very highly of the capability and adaptability of the light.
The Joystick from Exposure is a fantastic piece of kit for off road and countryside use.
Great for gentle countryside rides or off-road jaunts after dark, the Exposure is a high powered light with a really wide beam.
Here you've got an entry level, insanely affordable, all-round road bike that's as at home on daily commutes as it is on long winter rides.
For your money you'll be getting a fantastic lightweight 6061-T6 aluminium alloy frame with a carbon fork, Shimano's entry level Claris groupset and a HG-50 8-speed cassette, with Vitus' own alloy wheelset.
The whole ensemble weighs in at 9.06kg, which is pretty reasonable for a bike at this price.