Today's DealCatcher comes to you by way of Evans Cycles, Decathlon, and Cycle Surgery with deals on bikes, jackets, and cycling computers.
They're not bad deals, either. Take Sir Chris Hoy's Hoy Alto Irpavi .003 for example, it's had a 15% discount over at Evans Cycles.
The deal merchants over at Decathlon are leading the pack once again with an enormous 36% discount on Garmin's fabulous little Edge 25 GPS unit.
Our final offer of the day comes from Cycle Surgery. If you're a frequent visitor to Cycle Surgery's website you'll notice they've made one or two tweeks to their website's layout, plus they're offering Castelli's Misto Jacket for 40% less than normal.
Sir Chris Hoy set the 500m flying start track world record at the Bolivian Alto Irpavi velodrome. To commemorate that career embellishing achievement Sir Hoy named his new range of disc brake-equipped all-round road bike line up after the high-altitude track.
The lofty name appears to be backed up by lofty scores in the spec department.
The .003 model sits second in the range's heirarchy. It sports Shimano's excellent 105 chainset alongside a full carbon fork, Alex ATD470 28H wheels, and Shimano's RS505 hydraulic disc brakes.
We could very easily make a good things and small packages joke here, but we won't. The Garmin Edge's performance and sheer usability deserves more than that.
Decathlon say that this is the cheapest Garmin Edge 25 in the UK, and they might just be right.
Our man David Arthur gave it a stonking 9/10 when he reviewed it, and at £89.99, you might have been looking at an illusive road.cc 10/10 had the device released at this price.
The final deal of the day is Castelli's Misto Jacket which is designed to keep you dry in those surprise autumnal showers that sneak up on you despite early blue skies.
The Misto is made from Torrent 2.5 layer stretch fabric which is both waterproof and breathable. You'll be getting fully waterproofed seams, a tight stretch fit, a high collar for extra protection from water seepage, as well as reflectors on the all 360 degrees of the jersey and it'll fold into it's own pocket.